Thursday, 7 June 2012

Privileged motion in Indian Parliament

A motion is a proposal by a member of the house for its opinion/decision. The person making the motion known as the mover, must first be recognized by the chairman as being entitled to speak; this is known as obtaining the floor.

Soon the mover has obtained the floor, the mover states the motion, normally prefixed with the phrase "I move." Generally, if the motion has been proposed, consideration by the assembly occurs only if another member of the body immediately seconds the motion.

Call - Attention Motion A member (after permission from Speaker) calls the attention of the minister to any matter of ‘urgent public importance’. There is no Call - Attention motion in the Rajya Sabha. Instead there exists a motion called ‘Motion for Papers’.

Will  DR. JANARDHAN WAGHMARE  move a ‘Motion for Papers’. in Rajya Sabha on NIPER during monsoon session?

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