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STATESMANSHIP APPROACH-NEED OF THE HOUR ON T BILL TO END STALEMATE
TR. Madhavan | 11 Feb 2014

As per the Home Ministry's not, it is clear that, Bifurcation Bill sent for consultation and not for concurrance, amended Bill need not be sent to the State Legislature for fresh views and amendments to Bill suggested by GOM "MAY" be moved in Parliament after introduction of the Bill.

It also said that, views of the Legislature has been communicated to the concerned Ministries, Departments and Planning Commission for their opinion. It is also clear that, the Bill can be bull dozed in the Parliament with simple majority or voice vote.
 
Under such circumstances, the agitating elected representatives should restrain themselves from stalling the House proceedings and see that, the amendments sought by them are placed before the house and make sincere effort to incorporate it in the Bill and get it passed.
 
I feel that, Statesmanship approach and better floor management between the pro and aggrieved parties can end stalemate and equitable justice could be got to the people of all regions in this state.
 
Hope that, the aggrieved elected representatives in the Parliament will change their stand bring amendments in the Bill and not allowing the Union Government bulldozing the Bill which neither has credibility nor any constitutional guarantee without addressing the economic and social concerns of the people of their concerned regions.
 
If the Congress and BJP is sincere in resolving the issue will definitely address concerns of the people of all regions by incorporating in the Bill necessary amendments sought by both pro and aggrieved parties in the issue and end the stalemate.