The lines that differentiate the house of the Parliament from a group of street-fighters were recently blurred by a can of pepper spray that created ruckus in the Lok Sabha. This house has always been a battlefield but was intended for a constructive argument to corrective decision making than the unfortunate incident.
They say the civilization was discovered first time when a man
carved a word instead of throwing a stone. It seems that our own
elected representatives have gone back to the stone age. Pepper
spray, brandishing a knife, fisticuffs, smashing table-tops and
uprooting microphones was all that was seen in the recent adjourned
session of the Lok Sabha.
The ministers of this country have carved stout bellies, they
enjoy an unquestioned 'positional-immunity' and their actions are
often brushed under the carpet with consequences escaped. A harsh
disciplinary action is required to ensure the fundamental essence of
An engaged dialogue leads to solution and special measures must be
taken to school the ones who've gone back to the early stone ages.
The members must ensure highest of parliamentary decorum to maintain
the societal equilibrium of communication and information at large.
Violent surges only increase the gap of communication and create
an information deficit. This void by its very nature has a tendency
to grow. It is only with constant efforts that a proper balance can
be established and democratic processes saved.
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