PREVIOUS HOUR

RG/SCH/2.30/1F

The House reassembled after lunch at thirty-one minutes past two of the clock, the VICE-CHAIRMAN (PROF. P.J. KURIEN) in the Chair.

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: Now we take up Private Members' Business (Resolutions). Shri Shantaram Laxman Naik...(Interruptions)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: It is Private Members' Business now...(Interruptions)

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS (RESOLUTIONS)

RE. COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF ALL INSTRUCTIONS/ORDERS ISSUED BY ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA UNDER ARTICLE 324 AND TO INCORPORATE MATTERS AS LAW IN REPRESENTATION OF PEOPLE ACT, 1951 AND CONDUCT OF ELECTION RULES, 1961

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SHRI SHANTARAM LAXMAN NAIK (GOA): Sir, I move the following Resolution:-

"That this House urges upon the Government to make a

comprehensive study of all the instructions/orders issued by the Election Commission of India purportedly under article 324 of the Constitution for the purpose of regulating various aspects related to Assembly and Parliament Elections and all other elections under the Constitution and make necessary amendments to article 324 to spell out the limited scope of the said article as far as exercise of powers by the Commission is concerned and further incorporate matters covered by such instructions/orders as are required to be implemented as an effective law, in the Representation of People Act, 1951 and in the Conduct of Elections Rules, 1961."...(Interruptions)

 

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN (PROF. P.J. KURIEN): It is time for Private Members' Resolution...(Interruptions)

DR. V. MAITREYAN: The Prime Minister has made a statement outside, when Parliament is in Session...(Interruptions)

THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: Only if all of you take your seat, can I listen to what he says...(Interruptions)

DR. V. MAITREYAN: The Prime Minister is not listening to the Opposition...(Interruptions)

THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: Ahluwaliaji, what do you want to say?(Interruptions) I have given a chance to Ahluwaliaji...(Interruptions)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: Now you take your seat...(Interruptions) You have made your point...(Interruptions)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: Please sit down. You have made your point...(Interruptions) Please conclude...(Interruptions) Mr. Ahluwalia, you have made your point...(Interruptions)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: You please stop now...(Interruptions) Nothing more will go on record...(Interruptions) Kindly take your seat...(Interruptions) I have heard Mr. Ahluwalia. This is a point which you raised in the morning also. I was sitting there. Kindly note that this is time for Private Members' Business...(Interruptions) Nothing will go on record...(Interruptions) (Continued by 1G)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN: This is Private Members' Business. This has nothing to do with the Government. (Interruptions) This has nothing to do with the Government. (Interruptions) You are a senior Member. (Interruptions) This is Private Members' Business.

...(Interruptions)...

This is not good. (Interruptions) This is nothing against the Government (Interruptions) This is Private Members' Business. (Interruptions) You are a very senior Member. (Interruptions) Why should the hon. Member be penalised? He wants to discuss a very important thing. (Interruptions) You can also make a statement outside. Who is objecting to you? (Interruptions) This is not the occasion to raise this. (Interruptions) This is not the occasion to raise this issue.

...(Interruptions)...

Nothing is going on record. What is the point of your saying this? (Interruptions) Ahluwaliaji, ... (Interruptions) Nothing is going on record. (Interruptions) You have registered your protest. Now, let them also have their chance. (Interruptions) Please, don't do that. (Interruptions) No, no. Please, don't do that. (Interruptions) This is Private Members' Business.

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Go back to your seats please. (Interruptions) Please. Go back to your seats. ...(Interruptions)... (Followed by 1h/tdb)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN (PROF. P.J. KURIEN): Nothing will go on record, except what Shri Shantaram Laxman Naik is saying. ...(Interruptions)...

DR. V. MAITREYAN: *

SHRI SHANTARAM LAXMAN NAIK: ...(Interruptions)... Sir, I think the Opposition has to cooperate in reforming the electoral system. ...(Interruptions)... They are not interested in it. ...(Interruptions)... Sir, I propose to read article 324 of the Constitution of India. ...(Interruptions)... It says, "The superintendence, direction and control of the preparation of the electoral rolls for, and the conduct of, all elections to Parliament and to the Legislature of every State and of elections to the offices of President and Vice-President held under this Constitution shall be vested in a Commission (referred to in this Constitution as the Election Commission)." ...(Interruptions)...

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* Not recorded.

THE VICE-CHAIRMAN (PROF. P.J. KURIEN): Go back to your seats. ...(Interruptions)... It is Private Members' Business time. ...(Interruptions)... Please go back to your seats. ...(Interruptions)... Mr. Pany, please go back to your seat. ...(Interruptions)... Mr. Pany, please go back to your seat. ...(Interruptions)... Mr. Pany, I will name you. ...(Interruptions)... Mr. Pany, I will name you. Go back to your seat. I will name you. ...(Interruptions)... Please go back to your seat. What is the sense? You are disturbing the Private Members' Business. ...(Interruptions)... Please stop this slogan shouting. ...(Interruptions)... Please stop this slogan shouting. ...(Interruptions)... Now, please stop it. ...(Interruptions)... Please stop it. ...(Interruptions)... You ask him to stop. ...(Interruptions)... Ask him to stop. ...(Interruptions)... Please stop this slogan shouting. Let me say something. ...(Interruptions)... Now, please allow me to say something. ...(Interruptions)... Please stop it. ֯ ׮֋ ...(־֮֬) ֯ ָ ׮֋ ...(־֮֬) Let me say something. ...(Interruptions)... Please listen to me. ...(Interruptions)... Please allow the Chair to say something. ...(Interruptions)... (Followed by 1j-kgg)

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THE VICE-CHAIRMAN (Contd.): Let me make my observation. (Interruptions) Let me say something. (Interruptions) You should allow me to say something; otherwise, I will not adjourn the House. (Interruptions) If you do not allow me to make my observation, I will not adjourn. (Interruptions) I will name you, Mr. Pani...... (Interruptions)

If you are very particular that the House should not run and it should be adjourned, well, I am to do that. You should, at least, allow the Chair to speak. (Interruptions)

SHRI S.S. AHLUWALIA: We want a solution, not adjournment. (Interruptions)

THE VICE-CHAIRMAN (PROF. P.J. KURIEN): Mr. Pany, please go back to your seat. (Interruptions) I want to make an observation. It is not good to disturb the Private Members' Business. (Interruptions)

With this comment, I adjourn the House. The House will meet at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, the 5th September, 2007.

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The House then adjourned at forty-eight minutes

past two of the clock, till eleven of the clock

on Wednesday, the 5th September, 2007.

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