Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Jan-10-2007
Reported in : JT2007(2)SC1; (2007)3SCC184
..... constitution. 432. the other provisions of chapter ii, relating to parliament also require to be noticed. article 106 relates to salaries and allowances of members. articles 86 to 88 relate to the rights of the president, ministers and attorney general to address the houses. articles 89 to 98 relate to the officers of parliament. article 99 provides for ..... action for cessation of their membership). petitions and transferred cases disposed of accordingly. . kaul and shakhder after referring to conflicting decisions of the high courts of madhya pradesh and punjab & haryana, state; 'there are, therefore, two decisions and the position is uncertain. in the absence of a decision by the supreme court, neither decision is a declared ..... consideration, no action can be taken which would result in absence of representation of such constituency in the house. such interpretation would make statutory provisions (the representation of the people act, 1951) as also constitutional scheme (articles 84, 102, 190, 191, 192, tenth schedule, etc.) non-workable, nugatory and otiose. if a member is disqualified or has ..... matters submitted to the house or any committee thereof involves the privileges and contempt proceedings. the privilege implications apart, the committee is constrained to observe that such attempts and acts are basically unethical in nature. 45. the committee are, therefore, deeply distressed over acceptance of money by members for raising parliamentary questions in the house, because it .....Tag this Judgment!