New Delhi: The monsoon session of parliament is not far away. Ahead of the parliamentary session, the latest order has been revealed in which it is mentioned that no dharna will be allowed in Parliament.
According to the latest order by the Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha, PC Mody, members of Parliament cannot use its precincts for any dharna or strike.
The order by PC Mody read, “Members cannot use the precincts of Parliament House for any demonstration, dharna, strike, fast, or for the purpose of performing any religious ceremony.”
Dharna during parliamentary sessions is a common affair. Political parties, especially the opposition, sit on strike or try to do some religious work in parliament to raise their voices. It creates difficulty in running the parliament smoothly.
It is a good decision to ban this activity during the parliamentary session. Several members come to parliament to stage a dharna and make parliamentary work difficult