Parliamentary obstruction and disruption are contrary to democratic principles, according to Jagdeep Dhankar

Dhankhar said obstruction and disruption of legislative sessions are counterproductive to democratic values . He said that the Parliament is the sole and ultimate determinant of the Constitutions structure .

New Delhi, December 7: Dhankhar, the chairman of the Rajya Sabha, said on Wednesday that obstruction and disruption of legislative sessions are counterproductive to democratic values and that the nation expects the House of Elders to take a decisive lead in reaffirming and enhancing the core values of the Republic while also ensuring scrupulous adherence to their respective jurisdictional domains.Dhankhar referred to the Supreme Court's rejection of the NJAC Act, saying that it is a terrible measure of parliamentary independence and ignorance of the people's right to exercise the law.He said that the Parliament is the sole and ultimate determinant of the Constitution's structure, stressing the importance of Laxman Rekha's character.For the first time on Wednesday, at the start of parliament's winter session, Dhankar, who was elected Vice Preisdent, presided over the House's affairs.

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