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Members of Parliament or MPs are the people who get elected through the Lok Sabha election which is held in once in 5 years. As the country is divided into different constituencies, from each of these, one person is elected to the Parliament. The elected candidates belong to the different political parties and become the Members of Parliament or MPs, Political party should have half of the total elected members (543) in Lok Sabha which is 272 members or more. They together form the Parliament and then Parliament has to perform various functions for which it was created such as to choose the National Government, to control and guide and to keep the government informed.
The leader of the ruling party is Prime Minister who chooses the elected MPs to work as part of the executive to implement laws. They then work in different departments like education, finance, and health, etc.
During the question hour session, MPs put forth all the information about the working of the government in Parliament. Through such a questioning process, the parliament is able to control the executive and the way they function. When questioned the ruling party know about the fault or shortcomings and also the demands of the population through their representative in the Parliament (MPs). For MPs, this time period is the critical one as they have to discuss the way they function.
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