Puducherry: A host of issues including the financial crunch faced by the union territory government and strike by ministerial staff are likely to be raised by the opposition during the short duration winter session of the territorial assembly which is to begin from Saturday.
The issue of civic elections is also expected to figure in the assembly in the backdrop of delay in the proposed civic polls following a court directive on delimitation of wards.
Opposition parties would also raise the lack of response to their pleas for reinstatement of retrenched 4,000 odd employees and workers in public sector undertakings and also chaos in availability of the Aadhar cards.
DMK has strongly attacked the government's "silence" over the demand for opposing the Centre`s move for a Common Entrance Test for admission to medical courses.
CPI Puducherry unit’s secretary R Viswanathan told newsmen today that although there were several deficiencies in preparation of the aadhar cards the territorial government has welcomed the implementation of the Direct Cash transfer scheme of Central government with effect from 1st January.


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