Train legislators in IAS Academy: Sagar
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Feb 12: The Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar today recommended training for Legislators in premier institutions like IAS Academy Mushoori and other such establishments.
He said no adjournment or demonstration should be allowed during the question hours and adequate measures should be made for preparing replies to the questions.
Speaking at the three-day Whip Conference held at Chandigarh, he said the Government had initiated the process of adjudging the best legislator award for outstanding contribution in the House. He said certificates were also given to the Legislators maintaining decorum in the house and participating in the deliberations. He said “We have more than 15 sittings of the House and due assistance is provided to the Whips. As per the directions of the Chief Minister, facilities are being provided to the legislators so that they are well acquainted with the happenings Nationally as well as Globally,” he maintained.
He said Youth Parliament competition should be increased at gross root level and the Government of India should release adequate grants for the same.
He said the State would support the centre in implementing the recommendations which may evolve during the conference. The Conference was also attended by CM’s Advisor Mubarak Gul, MLA G A Mir and Secretary Law, G H Tantray.
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