BENGALURU: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Saturday said it was normal to object to the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP).

He was speaking to the media here on Saturday. Responding to a question on the strong objection of the Congress to implement the NEP, he said the government would implement the NEP only after discussions and after considering the advantages and disadvantages.


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Birla said that nowadays there is a lack of discipline and decency in the Parliament and the Assembly. Good message must reach the people. He said the people’s representative program should be taken up by the legislators and the media should play an active role in strengthening the democratic roots. In Kovid’s time, it was difficult to disclose parliamentary functionality, nevertheless, the activities were conducted successfully, he stressed.

He said verbal fights, shouting in the session is ok but members should not exceed the limits of decency.

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee, the centenary celebrations will be held in New Delhi on December 4-5, he explained.

Om Birla refused to answer a question to the Congress about boycotting his joint session speech which was held on Friday.

However, Karnataka Legislative Assembly Speaker Bisweshwar Hegde Kageri recalled that on June 2, 2002, Lok Sabha Speaker Manohar Joshi addressed the same Legislative Assembly and SM Krishna was then the Chief Minister.

He added that similar events are being held in Gujarat and Rajasthan.

“On the authority of the speaker, the decisions we make are final. The objections are not acceptable. Those who oppose it should understand this,” Kageri said.

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