Tax-payers’ money wasted

unnamed (2)The tax-payers’ money worth crores has gone into the drains as the Opposition chose to disrupt the session seeking the resignations of the ministers in connection with Lalith and Vyapam scams and the scheduled transactions could not go on as stipulated. Every minute on the Floor of the House costs Rs 2.5 lakhs If the Parliament expenditure is taken into account. The monsoon session was held as of to promote a wordy war between the Opposition and the ruling party over the controversy on resignations of the minister Sushma Swaraj. On an average the House runs for 80 days. Most of the time in both the Houses was lost due to disruptions. The just ended monsoon session was said to be one of the least productive sessions in the last 15 years. One Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha while Rajya Sabha drew blank and the question hour was held with great difficulty. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkiah Naidu said that they would conduct an awareness programme to highlight organized disruptions by the Opposition to stall the sessions.

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