Saturday, May 1, 2010

Sonia missed three days question hour


Three days

By R Rajagopalan

Sonia Gandhi is not present during question hour for the past three days.
She is busy in Congress Parliamentary Party office where she interacts
with the Congress MPs and leaders. Maneka Gandhi whispers this absence
of Sonia to her  party MPs in Central Hall and keen to know was it all about
Harsimrat Kaur Badal speech on sikh riots that made many Congress leaders
to skip Lok Sabha including Sonia?
Sharad, Lalu and Mulayam Singh the three Yadavs who opposed 
Womens Reservations Bill are now fallen out. Sharad Yadav 
at times ignores Mulayam and Lalu which is visible from Sharad
body language. When enquired Sharad said that Mulayam and Lalu Prasad
walked out of Parliament on cut motion, they should have defeated the
UPA2 on the floor of house. That is why I am angry with them said Sharad.
continued to say that never three yadavs never walk together, that is the
fate of the community.
Meira Kumar Speaker of Lok Sabha on Friday ruled that she would 
from Monday onwards provide opportunities to the first time MPs
and especially who occupy the last row. There has been a practice
that frist two or three rows receive the attention of the Speaker. But
with Meira Kumar observations, first timers thumped the desks
and hailed her.This was a set back to Lalu Prasad, Mulayam Singh and Jagadambika Pal
who always stand up to put one supplementary or the other, not providing
occasions to backbenchers.
Jyoti Mirdha Congress MP from Rajasthan asked a supplemetary
question, by looking at her iphone. where she might have composed
the question.She stood up and read the question from her mobile phone.
many  suprised on this new style. Pramod Mahajan as Union Minister
shought permission from GMC Balayogi to bring Laptop computer 
to the House. It is a privilege of the speaker not to allow a walking stick
Kripan and flagpost.without the prior permission of the speaker.
BJD MP Prasanna Patsani with speaker's permission brings
the stick covered by the flag of Lord Puri Jagannath. Patsani wears
saffron gown, with the permission of speaker.

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