Political Science(GS) Parliament-Lok Sabha Revision (Page 1 of 2)

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Lok Sabha - the Lower House of Indian Parliament

Parliament is the supreme legislative body of our country.

Our Parliament consists of two houses upper house and lower house or alternatively Lok Sabha (House of the People) and Rajya Sabha (Council of States) both headed by President. The head… (80 more words) …

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Powers of Lok Sabha

Lok Sabha, only has the right to pass Motion of No Confidence against the current government stating that it should be changed as they have no confidence in the government.

Money Bill has to be introduced in Lok Sabha first… (156 more words) …

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Membership of Lob Sabha

A member of Lok Sabha should have the following capabilities:

  • He should be a citizen of India,
  • He should not be less than 25 years of age,
  • He should be mentally sound,
  • He shouldn’t have been declared bankrupt by the… (29 more words) …

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Presiding Officer in Lob Sabha

Lok Sabha elects one of its own members as its presiding officer and he is called the Speaker of the House.

Along with the Speaker, a Deputy Speaker is elected who supports the speaker. The entire proceeding of the Lok… (8 more words) …

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Tenure of Lok Sabha

The general tenure of Lok Sabha is of five years. In case of emergency, it is extended one more year and that too, the decision has to be taken within 6 months when the emergency is ceased.

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