Q. 84.0( 2 Votes )

Dolly and Sudha are debating about the efficiency and effectiveness of the Parliament in recent times. Dolly believed that the decline of Indian Parliament is evident in the less time spent on debate and discussion and increase in the disturbances of the functioning of the House and walkouts etc. Sudha contends that the fall of different governments on the floor of Lok Sabha is a proof of its vibrancy.

What other arguments can you provide to support or oppose the positions of Dolly and Sudha?

Answer :

Dolly’s statement is correct to some extent about the decline of Parliament. The meetings and time spend on debates have decreased. Sometimes entire session is passed without any discussion due to disruption between parties. This has hindered the working of Parliament.

But the important decision is still taken in the Parliament and still remains the supreme Law-making body. The recently made important laws includes Goods and Services Tax Act, law related to criminalizing Instant Triple Talaq etc. Similarly, many important discussions are still done in the Parliament.

Hence, we cannot say that the importance of Parliament has diminished it still remains the supreme Law-making body.

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