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Odisha Assembly Speaker directed former MLAs to vacate the quarters within three days

Bhubaneswar:19/10/19: Odisha Assembly Speaker, Surjya Narayan Patro today reprimanded former MLAs for not vacating government quarters here and directed them to vacate the quarters within three days.

According to reports, some sitting MLAs have also been asked to vacate the quarters which will be demolished for a proposed multi-storey building for legislators. After vacating the government quarters, these legislators will be rehabilitated in other places.

The construction of the multi-storey building will begin from next month, it was learned.

On September 16, the OLA Speaker had directed the former MLAs to vacate their quarters as soon as possible. However, a month have passed but the former legislators are yet to vacate the quarters. Following this, the sitting MLAs are not being able to get their accommodations.

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