Privilege Motion - GS questions based on daily current affairs
What is Privilege Motions?
#It is a notice -by any member of either House (of a state legislature or Parliament), against anyone -who are accused of breach of privilege.
>Privilege- certain rights & immunities provided to MPs, MLAs and MLCs, individually & collectively.
>breach of privilege and is punishable under law of Parliament or the state legislature.
>Punishment- suspension or fining.
>In any of houses a privilege motion can be moved.
>Each of the two houses, Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha, has their separate privilege committees.
Que- A privilege motion can be moved by-
Ans- Any parliamentarian (member of parliament) against anyone accused of breaching parliamentarians' privileges.
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