Tuesday 6 March 2007

Should'nt Our Parliamentarians be fined?


I was reading this article on the net and later heard this discussion on a news channel. Anything about cleansing the dirty part of our system interests me. And I am sure it must be interesting to many of us aam Indians. Nowadays it is "aam"..."aam aadmi budget", "aam aadmi rail" etc...It is the new political "aam"(mango) to generate votes. Well..Jokes apart, this is a good question.


Industrialist and Rajya Sabha MP, Mr. Rahul Bajaj, in a letter to the Rajya Sabha chairman, has suggested imposition of hefty sum of fine to individuals or parties instigating disruption of Parliament. For any small issue, we find that the Parliament is adjourned. How much do these Parliamentarians work? Just imagine when we were back to work to our offices on Monday after Holi, our great Parliamentarians took a day off. The also took a half day off on Friday prior to Holi. These are the great leaders on whose shoulders rest the future of our country. Are these so called representatives of our country, really concerned about the progress of our country. I wish that this debate is taken to its logical end, and the Parliamentarians are fined severly for every disruption. Can we have some thoughts from our internet friends! And can we institute mechanisms to pressure the Government to listen and act positively on Mr. Rahul Bajaj's suggestion.


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2 Comments:

At Monday, 12 March, 2007 , Blogger ANIL said...

I AM OF THE OPINION THAT WHY BLAME POLITICIANS FOR ALL THE ILLDOINGS. WHY CANT INTELLIGESTIA AND EDUCATED PEOPLE BE ALSO FINED,WHY NOT BUREAUCRAT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE.THE SORRY STATE OF AFFAIR IS NOT BECUASE OF POLITICAIN BUT PEOPLE LIKE US AND OFCOURSE OUR BABUS.

 
At Tuesday, 13 March, 2007 , Blogger Indiaaa said...

Yes, true...most of us are to blame for our being in low gear. Can we have solutions. How can the system be changed? What are the practical and implementable steps that can be taken in this quest for making "India Great" and "India Best"

 

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