Brilliant debates rare, disruptions frequent: Karan Singh

NEW DELHI: Widely respected Rajya Sabha veteran Karan Singh today appealed to parliamentarians to introspect why briliant debates are becoming rare and disruptions frequent, as the Upper House bade farewell to the Congress leader along with two other members.

Besides Singh, two other Congress MPs Janardan Dwivedi and Parvez Hashmi were given farewell. In his speech, Singh said Parliament has evolved over the 50 years since he came to Delhi, but not all the changes have been positive.

“I used to remember when I went to the Lok Sabha first there were brilliant debates by Hiren Mukherjee, Madhu Limaye, Nath Pai, Atalji (Atal Bihari Vajpayee) and here Bhupesh Gupta. Those were the debates now seem to me becoming rare, and disruptions are becoming more frequent. (AGENCIES)



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