WHAT THE DEADLOCK?
The second part of parliament sessions are continued to adjourn till 20th day amid great disruption in both upper and lower houses. It’s very pity that both Rajya sabha and Lok sabha members can’t conduct session in constitutional manner. The overall productivity hours of both houses are mere 10% as of now.
‘No confidence motion’ is a very fine constitutional act against any ruling government by its opposition members in the houses. A ruling government should face this stand off after majority of house members raised their concerns. Then, 10 days window will be opened for the ruling party to prove their majority in the houses. Untill there should be no bills can’t pass in parliament. It’s our rule of constitution.
NOW CONCERN IS
As of now, there are various party members who protesting inside houses forgot the ‘Code of conduct act’ which drafted on 1960 which barred to come,shout and misbehaviour in the well of house. Every minute of parliament session is invested huge amount of national citizens. However, the elected MPs get their respective pay and allowance and basic amenities as per article 70(5) without any delay once they selected. But, the concern now is they should think of out side citizens who sown trust on them and elected as members. Atleast, they have to co-operate for healthy session to pass crucial bills.
BILLS WITHOUT DEBATE
However, the government extends special session for pass bills which are pending. With this mere time frame, we can’t expect adaquet debate on bill passing. Ruling party now in the position of pass the bills in a war footing manner. The opposition parties are intentionally shouting at house for their political gains. Now, there are main issues pending without debate like PNB SCAM, CBSE PAPER LEAK, SSC PAPER LEAK, ANDRA PRADESH SPECIAL STATE STATUS, IMPLEMENT THE SUPREME COURT VERDICT ON CAUVERY DISPUTE BETWEEN TAMIL NADU AND KARNATAKA.
Both ruling party and oppostion parties are two wheels of a cart. Both wheels should be in same harmony inorder to spin the cart forward. To address this concern, both ruling and opposition parties need to sit back and speak up on various disputes amid the country. Period..!
– VIGNESH SEKAR