Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, A Mock- Parliamentary Session was organised by the Department of Humanities at the Bhopal School of Social Sciences. The students created the ambience of an actual parliamentary proceedings where in they performed the roles of the leaders of the ruling party and the opposition members.
The event was conducted as an awareness initiative to make the students learn their roles in maintain democracy in the country and the ways in which the ‘Temple of Democracy’ ie. the Parliament works.
The Session commenced with the Chairperson, Sambal Jha taking his Chair and the subsequent singing of the National Anthem. The prime Minister paid tribute to the Pulwama martyrs and promised the house that their sacrifice will never go in vain. He further added that both the ruling party and the opposition is standing with the families of the martyrs in unison to help them in this period of immense crisis.
After this, the Chair person directed the house for the “Question Session”. The discussions ensued on topics related to terrorism, unemployment, quality education etc. Human Resource Minister addressed the House adding that through Samagra Shiksha Abhiyaan, it is endeavoured to maintain quality in education. The opposition was not satisfied with the suggested remedial policy.
The opposition also sought clarification from the Finance Minister regarding economic policies, the price rise of LPG Cylinders etc.
The same was clarified by the H’ble Prime Minister played by Pradyuman. He, with his wonderful oratory skills, satirised the opposition with tinges of humour and said that the opposition should criticize the Prime Minister not the Country on whole. The foreign delegates were welcomed in the Special box of the Parliament house.
Dr. Pratima Yadav addressed the participants and the audience and congratulated them on such a wonderful organisation of the event in which every one played his/her assigned role in the best possible manner.
She further added that such events broaden the learning horizons of the young students. The event also came up with certain innovative ideas which may actually help in smooth governance viz. the representation of the states in the House.