Karnataka Assembly Speaker KG
Bopaiah today appealed to the Opposition Congress and JD(S) to
cooperate him in  conducting smooth proceedings of the
session which is to  commence from January 6, as the threat of its disruption
looms large with the parties demanding resignation of chief
minister BS Yeddyurappa over land scam charges.
    The session should be used for debating issues of
public  interest .
   
"I will appeal to the opposition parties to help in
smooth conduct of business in the house
Business Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for January 6 after
Governor H R Bhardwaj addresses  the joint sitting of both
houses of legislature.   The House Committee headed by Hemachandra Sagar has been
appointed to probe into unruly scenes in the house on December
30, 2009 during election of the Speaker and it has submitted its
Report.
The Committee will also look into the logjam on
October 11 last when Yeddyurappa sought the vote of confidence
    About 10 bills are likely to come up for debate and
consideration during the session
    The question hour would start from January 10,
    JDS has already declared that it would stall the
session till the resignation of Yeddyurappa, who is facing
allegations of corruption and nepotism.
    Principal opposition party Congress is yet to take it’s stand .