|Need to frame policies, laws for good governance: MPEJ|
|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, July 18: The Movement for Peace, Equality & Justice (MPEJ) said that there is an urgent need to frame policies and laws in the monsoon session of the parliament so that the country could avail good governance.
A statement issued by Kuldeep Kumar Rao, a member of MPEJ, has stated that after attaining the independence in 1947, the constitution of India was framed and adopted with the aim and object to provide good governance to the people of India.
It was established in the sense that Parliament will function to discuss the problems of the people and frame the laws accordingly but that happens less as can be seen from the way the MPs behave in the House. It seems that political parties are fully aware of the misdeeds of each other but befool the public.
Expressing grave concern over the deterioration of values and standards in the parliamentary democratic set up, Rao said that in the last session of the Parliament only tit for tat policy was adopted by the opposition parties.
Congress has been behaving with the BJP in the same way as the latter did towards former, during the UPA regime. Pressing for debates, demanding resignations from tainted ministers involves wastage of time and precious money of tax payers, yields nothing in the end. Where has gone the significance of a strong Lokpal, he asked?