Just imagine with no business in both the houses of the parliament being transacted how much public money has been wasted with no result in the political impasse, which created a bad image of India in other countries.
The Opposition Party was bent upon the Prime Minister’s resignation since he was the then Minister of Coal and Mines. But this was clever, as how can the opposition give its judgment without going into the details of the CAG’S findings!
Once the Government appoints a Committee to go into the details of an issue - its facts and figures, and finding should be studied and discussed before any such drastic action is taken.
Now, all the parties are criticizing each other and even blaming CAG for its report who are not at all at fault. They did what they were asked for to do. Let the Reviewing Committee pin point the mistakes of CAG before blaming them for nothing.
In fact though we are considered as one of the largest democracies in the world
- unfortunately the system is being misused by our Parliamentarians and the political parties. Discussion in both the Houses would have been an ideal solution subject to the willingness of all the political parties.