The state of affairs in our Parliament clearly indicates that the system of democracy is working in the best interest of the politician who have nothing to lose and many things to gain. When it comes to bills which will benefit politician and political parties get top priority in the parliament and it is good sign that the opposition parties also minimize their differences and act in unison.
The recent cases of the unruly behaviour of the parliamentarian during the debates of the issue of the Telangana statehood. The long demand of the people of Seemandhra have got what was bestowed to the people of Jharkhand, Chatisgarh and Uttrakhand.
litician and cinestar who are campaigning for unified Andhra Pradesh don't want to loose base. The parliamentarian should adopt the code of conduct which is transparent and ethical in nature.
The creation of the state will increase the number of new politicians who can come forward to vent out their demand in the parliament. The good of the backward regions will now get priority in the planning and development of the newly found state. They either sit idle or do things which is not a good sign of the good member of the legislative body of the country. The sluggish pace and the disruptive nature of the parliamentarians can be seen from the fact that the 15th Lok Sabha have recorded the worst performance in more than 50 years; productivity, which was 107 per cent in the third Lok Sabha, scaled a peak of 120 per cent in the seventh, only to crash to 61 per cent in the 15th. This is evident from the fact that the outgoing Lok Sabha passed 177 of the 326 Bills scheduled for passage.
by Shashikant Nishant Sharma