Ban on Indecent Language: Assembly speaker Girish Goutam says that the indefinite words used in the local language of the state, including Hindi, English and Indian languages, will be treated as unparliamentary and will not be used in the proceedings of the House. .
Under the constitution article in the Legislative Assembly Secretariat, it is known that the legislators do not have such freedom in the assembly to use any kind of unparliamentary words and jumalo to break the discipline during the action. In the debate, it is instructed not to use derogatory unparliamentary, insensitive words. Despite this, its members are seen moving ahead of each other in using dirty words. Later these unparliamentary words have to be annihilated by the proceedings of the House. Now the MLAs will be told which are such words, which should not be used during the discussion in the House.
Document will be prepared on the lines of Lok Sabha
The Legislative Assembly Secretariat will create a new document to ban the use of new words and slang in addition to the words already fixed. The use of words which have been banned in the Lok Sabha, likewise, the use of unparliamentary words in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly is also prohibited. Will be appliedSenior leaders will teach lessons, training class to be held soon
Assembly Speaker Girish Gautam says that the indefinite words used in the local language of the state, including Hindi, English and Indian languages, will be prohibited from being used in the proceedings of the House by considering them as unparliamentary. For this, the Legislative Assembly Secretariat will gather the complete information and provide the list to the legislators. The assembly speaker says that soon there will be a training class of legislators in the assembly, in which senior leaders of the house will teach legislators the lesson of parliamentary decorum. The legislators will also be informed about which word jumals should not be used inside the assembly. Words like Pappu, retarded and false will also not be used inside the assembly. The MLAs will have to take care of this.
New opportunity for new legislators
Assembly Speaker Girish Gautam said that the MLAs elected for the first time in the Vidhan Sabha will be given an opportunity to speak on March 15. On March 15, the new MLAs will be given full patronage of the posture and will be given a chance to ask questions. MLAs will also be able to ask supplementary questions.