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When elected members of the legislature and parliament fail to attend the houses for some reasons, should the government allow the public who have elected them to occupy the empty chairs so that the public can raise questions and get replies from the respective governments at the center and the states ??

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Asked by Dharmarajan, 22 Jun '12 12:16 pm
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I think Media can do a better job by exposing such elected members of the Legislature and make this constitutency know how responsible their representative is.. It is also the responsible for people to choose right candidate.
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 23 Jun '12 12:06 am

 
  
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There must be a Public Addressing and Greiviance portal managed by Govt of India where public can raise q/ns. These Q/ns must be taken up in the house for discussion(media coverage required) and a suitable answer must be sent back. No need to be physically present i the house....nobody accept politically motivated "agents" wud be intrested!!!!!!
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 23 Jun '12 11:07 am

 
  
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Interesting
thought provoking
too
Answered by anil garg, 23 Jun '12 12:28 am

 
  
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Nice thoughts..........A day may come like that soon

But as of now .........they won't allow public to do that inside Parliament.
Answered by anantharaman, 22 Jun '12 02:22 pm

 
  
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No it is not possible as per our constitution sir
Rather we can send letters or views to concerned ministry depends on the grievances if any
Answered by hitler, 22 Jun '12 12:17 pm

 
  
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