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We now witness public glorification of convicted corrupt individuals: PM Modi

Addresses All India Presiding Officers’ Conference | Pays tributes to members of Constituent Assemblies
01:37 AM Jan 28, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
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New Delhi, Jan 27: The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi addressed the All India Presiding Officers’ Conference via video message today.

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Emphasising the significance of the conference as it comes in the wake of the 75th Republic Day celebrations, the Prime Minister said, “This conference holds added significance as it takes place immediately after the 75th Republic Day, marking the 75th year of our Constitution,” while expressing his tribute to the members of the Constituent Assembly.

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Reflecting on the importance of learning from the Constituent Assembly, Prime Minister Modi stated, “There is much to learn from our Constituent Assembly. Constituent Assembly members had the responsibility to form a consensus among various thoughts, subjects, and opinions, and they lived up to it.”

Highlighting the role of the attending Presiding Officers, Prime Minister Modi urged them to draw inspiration from the ideals of the Constituent Assembly once again. “In your respective tenures, strive to leave a legacy that can serve as a heritage for future generations”, he emphasised.

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Speaking on the need to enhance the functionality of legislative bodies, Prime Minister Modi stated, “Enhancing the efficiency of legislative assemblies and committees is crucial in today’s scenario where vigilant citizens scrutinize every representative.”

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Addressing the issue of maintaining decorum within legislative bodies, Prime Minister Modi remarked, “The conduct of members in the house and the conducive environment therein directly impact the productivity of the assembly. Concrete suggestions emanating from this conference will be instrumental in enhancing productivity.” He added that conduct in the House by the representatives decides the image of the House. He lamented the fact that parties instead of curtailing the objectionable behaviour of their members come out in their support. “This is not a good situation for either the Parliament or the Assemblies”, he said.

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