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Rajya Sabha MPs’ voting rights may be suspended if making ‘these mistakes'

Friday - February 21, 2020 4:18 pm , Category : INDIA
The upper house of Parliament is called the Rajya Sabha
The upper house of Parliament is called the Rajya Sabha

'Strictness' to be imposed on the Rajya Sabha MPs if they create ruckus

FEB 21 (WTN) - As you know, India is the largest democracy in the world, and the upper house of the Parliament of the world's largest democracy is called the Rajya Sabha. For your information, let us know that the Rajya Sabha is a permanent house, and it is never dissolved. One-third of Rajya Sabha members retire after every two years. It is said that Rajya Sabha MPs have seriousness, and there is less uproar than the Lok Sabha. But with time, there is a ruckus in the Rajya Sabha. But in view of the increasing uproar in the Rajya Sabha, a big decision can be taken soon, in which the members of the Rajya Sabha can be suspended from the right to vote on the bill.

Actually, for your information, let us know that a committee of Rajya Sabha has made some recommendations that the voting right of the Rajya Sabha MPs may be suspended if they create ruckus in the Rajya Sabha after the implementation of the committee’s recommendations. Let us know that the General Purpose Committee of Rajya Sabha has proposed the amendment of 77 rules along with the implementation of 124 new rules to run the proceedings smoothly. Now, this committee will submit its proposals to the committee attached to the rules, after which they will be considered for implementation.

According to the information, if the new rules are implemented in the Rajya Sabha, the MPs who commiserate in the veal, like the Lok Sabha, can be suspended from the proceedings of the House. Not only this, they may have to stay out of the proceedings of the house for five days if they create a ruckus in the well. This means that now, like the Lok Sabha, in the Rajya Sabha, the rules of strictness can be applied against the MPs who are committing uproar during the proceedings.

In fact, during the tenure of the Modi government, more ruckuses are seen in the Rajya Sabha than the Lok Sabha. The biggest reason for the deadlock in the Rajya Sabha is that there are fewer MPs from the ruling party and more MPs from the opposition. In such a situation, there is more outrage in the Rajya Sabha these days against the policies, laws, or instructions of the government. Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu has periodically advised the MPs and appealed for the peace to ensure smooth functioning of the Rajya Sabha. But even after this, there has been the constant uproar by the opposition MPs.

Let us know that the leaders of 23 political parties attended the meeting of the General Purpose Committee headed by Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu. The committee was constituted by the Chairman in May 2018 to review the Rajya Sabha rules. The committee also included former Rajya Sabha General Secretary Vivek Agnihotri and former Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Law Dinesh Bhardwaj. After almost 51 meetings, the committee has proposed new rules. According to the information, the current rules have been reviewed by the committee, and a thorough consideration has been given to implementing them and their consequences. 

Now, after the recommendations have come, Chairman Venkaiah Naidu and Deputy Chairman Harivansh have put forward the proposed suggestions before all the political parties, and they can be implemented after everyone's consent. Explain that this is considered to be the biggest review in the last 50 years regarding Rajya Sabha rules. Earlier, the General Purpose Committee has given 13 reports, out of which many suggestions have also been implemented. It remains to be seen whether political parties accept these recommendations. It can be said that if these recommendations are implemented, there will be less chances of a ruckus in the Rajya Sabha, and the Rajya Sabha will be able to run smoothly.