A new booklet by the Lok Sabha Secretariat was released on Wednesday informing about the words to be considered ‘unparliamentary’ in the Upper and Lower house of the parliament.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Saturday chaired a meeting with leaders of all political parties ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament that is set to begin on July 18.
Mr.Birla briefed them on the preparations related to the Session.
Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, DMK MP TR Balu, Union Minister, and BJP MP Pralhad Joshi attended the meeting.
BJP MP Arjun Ram Meghwal, YSRCP MP PV Mithunreddy, RLJP MP Pashupati Kumar Paras, and other parliamentarians from other parties attended the meeting.
After the meeting, Mr. Birla appealed to all party leaders to hold discussions on key issues currently faced by us, in the interest of the country.
If media reports are to be believed, discussions were held on issues that will be taken up during the session and allocation of time for discussion on different bills.
Other issues such as the recently issued list of parliamentary words, which caused a lot of outrage from the opposition may also come up for discussion in the meeting.
A new booklet by the Lok Sabha Secretariat was released on Wednesday informing about the words to be considered ‘unparliamentary’ in the Upper and Lower house of the parliament. Terms like ‘jumlajeevi’, ‘baal buddhi’, ‘Covid spreader’ and ‘Snoopgate’ and even commonly used words like ‘ashamed’, ‘abused, ‘betrayed’, ‘corrupt’, ‘drama’, ‘hypocrisy’ and ‘incompetent’ featured in the list of words to be banned in both houses.
The booklet, which lists out unparliamentary words and expressions, says words like ‘anarchist’, ‘Shakuni’, ‘dictatorial’, ‘taanashah’, ‘taanashahi’, ‘Jaichand’, ‘vinash purush’, ‘Khalistani’ and ‘khoon se kheti’ would also be expunged from the record if used during a debate or otherwise by the parliamentarians.
As per the booklet, the Lok Sabha secretariat has also listed terms like ‘dohra charitra’, ‘nikamma’, ‘nautanki’, ‘dhindora peetna’ and ‘behri sarkar’ to be unparliamentary.
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