“Democracy has succeeded despite Tamil Nadu’s concept of the nation and Punjab and Jammu Kashmir nursing their own ideas.
The session was adjourned after Congress staged day-and-night protest in Vidhana Soudha demanding RDPR Minister KS Eshwarappa’s dismissal for his saffron flag remark.
He felt that this was the need of the hour, claiming that he had held a month-long deliberation in this regard with dignitaries from various fields including education and politics.
The Bill, which was tabled in the House on Tuesday, is expected to kick up a storm when it is taken up for discussion.
Kageri said he was yet to receive the Bills to be tabled in the winter session from the government. “None of the Bills have been sent to us so far by the government.
A heritage enthusiast felt that instead of converting Balabrooie into a legislators’ club, the government can build it on open land elsewhere.
In a letter to the CM and the Law Minister, Kageri pointed out that many ministers take time off to visit their constituencies even while the session is on.
Having been a member of the Rajya Sabha for 19 years, I never saw a Speaker of one House commenting on another House,” he said.
Speaking to the media, Kageri said the conduct of a few Opposition members was abominable.