MP: MLA will no longer be able to speak injustice, father-in-law and Khoda mountain turned out to be a mouse, know what is the matter
On the new booklet of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly, the opposition believes that many such words have been included in the list, which do not seem unparliamentary. Therefore, the list needs to be reconsidered.
New Delhi: In view of the Legislative Assembly session starting today in Madhya Pradesh, a new decree has been issued for the MLAs. He will no longer be able to utter words like injustice, father-in-law, pappu, poor, corrupt, useless, and idioms like chuhiya, bean bajao in front of buffalo, lage raho munna bhai during the proceedings of the house. Or you have to be very careful when using them. The Legislative Assembly Secretariat has selected more than 1100 such words. which is considered unparliamentary. A 38-page booklet has also been released in this regard. Which will be given to all the members of the Legislative Assembly. And they will be expected not to use these words and phrases in their statements. However, on this move of the government, the opposition believes that there are many words without using which, The failures of the government or effectively putting it in the dock will not be easy. Also, these words and idioms do not seem unparliamentary either. Therefore, it is necessary that the list be reconsidered.
These key words were considered unparliamentary
While speaking words like injustice, father-in-law, pappu, poor, corrupt, useless, thief, divided, hypocrite, goon, problem, wrong, discrimination, dude, bonded laborer, poor, their intention will also have to be paid attention to.
These idioms are also unparliamentary
In the budget, idioms like a dug mountain turned out to be a mouse, a buffalo playing bean, you swear by God, lage raho munna bhai, don't shed crocodile tears.
need to reconsider
On the new instructions, Madhya Pradesh Congress spokesperson Bhupendra Gupta said, "Look, these words have been prepared by the House by consensus. But I think there are many such words in the list, in which there is nothing unparliamentary. The list should be revisited. One thing we have to understand is that idioms and words are used to effectively explain the failures of the government. If they are stopped, the talk will not be as effective."
Contains words from 1954 to 2021
The selected words from the year 1954 to 2021 have been included in this booklet issued by the Vidhan Sabha Bhawan. On the release of the booklet, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the new booklet will help the members of the Legislative Assembly to understand things and make better use of them. In the booklet, any words which have been considered unparliamentary between 1954 and 2021 have been included. However, a separate booklet was not issued for this till now. Nor was each member given a compilation of these words.
What will happen if you speak
However, there is no mention of what action will be taken if such words are spoken. That is, it is a kind of guidelines for the members of the Legislative Assembly, which they will have to follow. But if he uses these words, then in general practice these words will definitely be considered as unparliamentary. As such, those words cannot be placed in the record of the House.