India’s Parliamentary Attendance: An Analysis

The Parliament is the supreme legislative body of the Republic of India. Matters are debated, discussed and decisions are made, with consensus voting. However, the MP’s we put into power, prefer sitting back and enjoy life after being voted to help this country grow. The Policy Times takes a look at the attendance levels of certain ministers and how India needs to change this problem.

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India’s Parliamentary Attendance An Analysis
India’s Parliamentary Attendance An Analysis
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The Bharatiya Janata Party can be proud of its MP’s, four of them whether they are healthy or not have attended the parliamentary discussions at an attendance level of 100%.

Bhairon Prasad Mishra Uttar Pradesh Banda Bharatiya Janata Party
Gopal Chinayya Shetty Maharashtra Mumbai-North Bharatiya Janata Party
Niranjan Jyoti Uttar Pradesh Fatehpur Bharatiya Janata Party
Ramesh Chander Kaushik Haryana Sonipat Bharatiya Janata Party

 

Each of these MP’s is 50 years plus but as active as ever. A round of applause to them, as they say, ‘No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.’

What The Policy Times found out, was the Chief Minister of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh attended the parliament only 6%. Wonder what he is so busy doing other than to listen to the outcry from the state of Punjab.

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The Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is busy with undertaking the whole country’s issues and traveling the world to mend foreign relationships has attended the parliament 67%. This is outstanding and shows the hard work that the Prime Minister of India puts in.

When analyzing which MPs question the most, The National Congress Party stands out from the rest.

Supriya Sule Maharashtra Baramati Nationalist Congress Party
Dhananjay Bhimrao Mahadik Maharashtra Kolhapur Nationalist Congress Party
Vijaysinh Shankarrao Mohite Patil Maharashtra Madha Nationalist Congress Party

 

“The key to wisdom is this – constant and frequent questioning, for by doubting we are led to question, by questioning we arrive at the truth.” – Peter Abelard

The three ministers who ask the most questions belong to the Opposition, Nationalist Congress Party. This is great news when trying to solve the country’s issues by questioning and not just going against it by riots and strikes.

Supriya Sule, Sharad Pawar’s daughter is very attentive in parliament and had asked questions 960 times. Intelligence is questioning, and hence this popular family from Maharashtra is all about bringing development to the country.

Although Bharatiya Janata Party boasts of good attendance, the least questions go out to many of their MPs. Many have asked no questions at all.

Rahul Gandhi, the President of the Indian National Congress has asked only 11 questions so far and the ex-President his mother Sonia Gandhi has asked only 6.

Active participation is required in a democratic country like India, as discussions and debates lead to great results. A policy on attendance and participation should be enacted so that MPs don’t just work for their votes but also in developing their cities, states and the ever-beautiful country called India.

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