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Doubt on Speaker’s impartiality

Senior Congress legislator Anjan Dutta questioned the impartiality of Assembly Speaker when he walked out of the House in protest against the seat arrangement.

Dutta, who felt insulted to be seated in the rearranged row alleged that the dissident legislators, irrespective of age and experience were allowed to sit in the front row.

“I am in this Assembly since 1991. Sir, why suddenly my seat was rearranged? There are junior MLAs sitting in the front row. Those doing dissidence will be rewarded with a front row seat. Speaker sir, are you impartial?,” an angry Dutta told Speaker Gogoi. /

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