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Since MPs are not primary source of knowledge, parliament debates are based on second hand information. If the information is second hand, no amount of debate can produce the right results.
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Asked by Lucky, 10 Aug '08 09:21 pm
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R.K DHAVAN low qualified but richin knowledge
C.D. Deshmukh,
Oscar Fernandis an LIC agent
Nahim Patel
Nehru who always comes to his associates help, when they slip during any debate
Indira Gandhi who use to keep info at her finger tips
Rajiv Gandhi who picked-up with in a short time
(of course Sharada Prasad helped them)
Sushil Kumar Shinde was small leather traders lost his father at very young stage, did everything to reach top brass in Maharashtra
D. Sanjeeviah was a coolie completed BA. BL with great difficulty and was minister each time in assembly
Krishna Iyer
B.R. Ambedkar who has given Constitution
R.A Kidwai who even Nehru Dares to question
Jaffer Shariff
Ashutosh Mukherjee
K.F. Nariman, nothing to tell about him, who was almost the first C.M of Maharashtra
Do you think they depend on 2nd hand Information?
If you can get info on Subramaniyams diary that has so much on everything
They have all sorts of info, but where is the person who question them, they ...more
Answered by MASCOT CONSTRUCTIONS, 13 Aug '08 06:00 pm

 
  
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It is party power and not accepting reasoning. Party's decision becomes law. Debate is mere opportunity to tell opposite views as per law .
Answered by Dearall, 24 Aug '08 09:07 pm

 
  
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Most of them are not interested in information or debate but for their own benefits.see govinda he has never attended parliament and spoken once.is it not shameful?
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 10 Aug '08 10:19 pm

 
  
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