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Our Non-Working Parliament

Our Non-Working Parliament Romesh Thapar OUR non-working parliament is in session. Non-working, because it seldom has a quorum of even ten per cent of the members in both houses. Of course, these representatives of the people draw their monthly sitting fees, their various perks and privileges including subsidised housing, with telephones and electricity seldom paid for. In this socialistic society, they should observe the disciplines of the public sector, and be clocked regularly for attendance. Hut we have two standards, two nations. That's why we are where we are.

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