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B. Pattabhi Sitaramayya

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11.165.194
     All that remains for me to say is that this Constitution is a good enough Constitution for us to begin with. Work it, work upon it : work at it : work it out for all that you are worth and as the great Parliamentarian said in the seventies of the 19th Century when the franchise was developed, in the British House of Commons, say to yoursel...
11.165.184
     When all is said and done, we must realize how much we owe to the half a dozen men that have fashioned this constitution and given it a shape and form. Our friend, Dr. Ambedkar, has gone away, else I should have liked to tell him what a steam-roller intellect he brought to bear upon this magnificent and tremendous task : irresistible, indo...

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10.154.436
: May I request that that amendment may be disposed of first before we take up anything else?
10.154.350
: You said before that if there are alternative amendments and one of them is moved, the other one would be blocked.

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10.149.303
When this is done, the whole of India will have been placed upon one common foundations and the achievements which are visualised in the Haripura Resolution will have been completed. I, therefore, offer my thanks and congratulations not merely as an individual but also as the Officiating President, as the Substitute-President and now as the Pre...
10.149.300
One point I would like to mention and that is the privy purse. When a palace is built especially in a clayey and slushy area which makes the foundations weak, more bricks are thrown into the foundations than are visible in the walls or on the façade. It is the façade that draws attention it is façade that I worked artistically, but the bricks a...

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4.25.66
Mr. President, a sudden impulse has overtaken me as, I have been following the debate with great interest and I am particularly glad that our reverted old friend from U.P., Mr. Aziz Ahmad Khan has inaugurated this discussion. He has given us an opportunity for a full-dress debate upon the question of responsible government versus fixed executiv...
4.25.74
We shall have new conditions to deal with and we shall not be influenced by our unfortunate experiences in the past. I would therefore suggest that this question should be looked at altogether from a new angle of vision. It will then be possible for us to see how we can form political parties on purely political principles without any communal ...

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10.152.91
     It says--     "..........and such revision and completion of the marginal notes thereof as may be necessary, and to recommend such formal or consequential or other necessary amendments to the Constitution as may be required."
10.152.90
     In this view, I have examined the wording, and coming to paragraph (1), I feel that there is a little change necessary.

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2.16.4
I shall explain to you the Resolution in Hindustani. The Resolution seeks to appoint a committee consisting of three elderly persons. The function of this Committee is to consider and recommend the order of business of this Assembly and to submit its report before he commencement of the next session of the Assembly.  
2.16.3
Mr. President, I read out the Resolution which I am going to move in English, first     "This Assembly resolves that a Committee consisting of--       1. The Hon'ble Sir N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar,       2. Mr. K. M. Munshi and       3. Sri Biswanath Das,       be appointed to recommend the order of the further business of this Assembly in framin...

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7.82.33
     When I was President of the Andhra Provincial Congress Committee--an office which was thrust upon me--during the regime of the first Congress Ministry, we came to an understanding with the Ceded Districts or Rayalaseema on certain principle and on a very good basis. There it was a question of give and take. The people of the coastal distri...
7.82.31
     : Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I am sorry to have to intervene in this debate which has proved to be a somewhat controversial one. But, as one intimately connected with that part of the country around which the controversy has centred, I feel it my duty to say what we all exactly feel in the matter. There appears to be little more in the contr...

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11.155.219
 : We do not want to put a premium on idleness and inertia.
11.155.219
 : We do not want to put a premium on idleness and inertia.

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1.6.74
The Hon'ble Dr. Jayakar's amendment being in the nature of an adjournment motion of the consideration of the Resolution, it should gain priority both in discussion and in decision over the other amendments which are amendments of a substantive nature to the proposition.
1.6.7
May I take it, Sir, that this is a motion for adjournment of the consideration of the Resolution, as I make it out to be?

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3.18.199
I suggest that in addition to three lawyers one man of common sense may also be added.
3.18.54
Sir, I now move for closure being applied to the discussion.

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3.19.185
It will be a fuller resolution because the strength of the Committees has to be mentioned.
3.19.183
That will come up as a separate resolution.

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9.107.2
     : I thought it had been understood that whenever any Member wanted to raise a point which was not on the agenda, he should speak to the President in the Chamber. May I know whether such a procedure has been gone through in this case.
9.107.4
     : To spring such a subject upon the, audience all of a sudden and to make a long speech is against all order and procedure.

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9.113.45
     May I know whether Shri Biswanath Babu considers that the wording of the article as it is, prevented the participation in jute duties, if Madras or Travancore were to grow jute in the future?

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4.22.127
To say that two Vice-Presidents will be elected is not opposed to the Rule. We may proceed to do that.

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8.93.37
     I wish to raise a point of order, Sir, at this stage. The reference to the plebiscite and to the United Nations Organisation has nothing whatever to do with the representation proposed to be given to the Kashmir State in this motion. I think this amendment should be ruled out of order.

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4.27.121
Sir, I think 'mutatis mutandis' means with the necessary changes.
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