A Committee to be made to prevent uproar in Parliament and Assemblies!
A Committee to be made to prevent uproar in Parliament and Assemblies!

NEW DELHI: Ruckus and uproar in the country's Parliament and state assemblies have become commonplace. Parties or Members, even on petty things, start disrupting the proceedings of the House. Now, a legislative code of conduct will be put in place to put a stop to it. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has decided to set up a committee of state assembly speakers to prepare a code of conduct. The speaker has categorically said that shouting slogans and shouting slogans is not an expression.

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The LOS President made the announcement at a press conference after the Indian Parliamentary Union meeting. He said, of course, democracy cannot be imagined without the Opposition. But shouting slogans or shouting placards in the well is not an expression. This disrupts the House and hence reached a consensus on the formulation of a code of conduct in a meeting held on Wednesday with the Speakers of the Legislative Council and the Chairman of the Legislative Council.

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The Speaker said that the committee set up for the Assembly will submit its report in November at the Conference of Presiding Officers of Dehradun and a decision on the code of conduct will be taken on this basis. The LOS report will be prepared for better and effective use of government funds, the LOS president said.

A committee of Presiding Officers is also being set up for this purpose. He said, most of the Speakers were of the opinion that not only the Parliament but also the Assembly session should be more and more meaningful. The ATR will suggest a way out and its report will also be placed at the Dehradun Conference.

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