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9.130.155
 : Sir, I move:     "That in entry 28 of List II, the words 'and-oil-fields' be deleted."
9.130.112
  Sir, I would like to tell the House that the provocation for this amendment was an amendment of which Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava had given notice, in respect of improvement of the wording and adding to the wording of entry 30 which is an entry designed to legislate for the protection of wild birds and animals. He had brought in the idea of Pre...

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11.157.77
: Mr. President, Sir, under article 394, article 366 will come into operation the moment this Constitution is passed. But it is not necessary to vest the Governor-General with the powers of the President in regard to this particular article because, as you have yourself mentioned, there is no function for the Governor- General to exercise cont...
11.157.28
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10.151.458
As regards the question raised by Mr. Kamath about Maharajpramukh, I would only like to say that there is no mention in this Constitution of Maharajpramukh although one such person exists. We have not constitutionally recognised the existence of such a person. This definition arises out of the fact that we had to make mention of the name Up-Raj...
10.151.410
: I am advised that if the amendment proposed by Mr Santhanam is accepted the meaning will not be clear. The real fact is this that there is no need for the definition of an Indian State in so far as the Constitution after it comes into operation is concerned. It only has to refer to those States before the commencement of the Constitution. Th...

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10.153.153
: May I request, Sir, that you take up the first item afterwards, at the end?
10.153.416
: I am afraid we have committed another mistake in another article if I should accept the argument of my honourable Friend Mr. Santhanam. We have committed the mistake in 303 clause (1) item (II) sub-item (2). It says in the definition:--"any other court in the territory of India which may be declared by Parliament by law to be a High Court fo...

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: We have used the word India as we have used it in other placed in the Constitution. "314. This article and articles 5, 5A , 5AA, 5B, 303, 311, 331A and 312F of this Constitution shall comeCommencement.into force at once, and the remaining provisions thereof shall come into force on the twenty-sixth day of January, 1950, which date is referr...
10.154.160
 : May I suggest that we pass over the next item for the time being and take up Schedule III-A ?

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7.80.203
     Sir, the reason for this amendment primarily was different; but now, in view of the fact that article 2 has undergone a change and also in view of the fact that my honourable Friend Mr. Govind Ballabh Pant is going to move amendments numbers 87 and 88, this will be necessary in order to clarify the position, because the words that are now ...
7.80.60
   Sir, I move that the question be now put.

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10.150.315
Mr. President, Sir, I quite agree with Mr. Santhanam that article 67 was very carefully worded and it was intended at that time that there should be no mitigation of the conditions which are covered by clause 5, sub-clauses (b) and (c). I did tell honourable Members of this House that we had a specific purpose in view in bringing this amendment ...
10.150.271
Sir, this refers to article 92 which incidentally deals with the subject of the annual financial statement and here it is a matter which deals with pensions payable to judges and this amendment is considered necessary in view of the present circumstances. Therefore, Sir, I move.

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7.81.172
     This, I think, will not necessitate the House accepting the amendment of Dr. Ambedkar. Dr. Ambedkar's amendment seeks to explain why and wherefore the limit should be raised from 300 to 450; the logic of it is explained along with the manner how it is to be computed, but this is not necessary in view of the fact that there will be a body c...
7.81.88
     Sir, it may be open to question what is a fundamental principle and what is not. For instance, if we had said that a President is not necessary for this Constitution, that would be going against a fundamental decision made by this House on the report of the Union Constitution Committee. Similarly, if we say that a Governor is not necessary...

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11.165.241
     : I would ask my honourable Friend to look into article 366 clause (21) which provides the answer. I did want to deal with this aspect but I do not think I have got time. Mr. Sarwate raised the point in regard to the position of a Rajpramukh who misbehave against which he felt there was no provision, whereas we have a provision against pos...
11.165.214
     Sir, I would like to go into a few fundamental objections because as I said it would not be right for us to leave these criticisms uncontroverted. Let me take up a matter which is perhaps partly theoretical but one which has a validity so far as the average man in this country is concerned. Are we framing a unitary Constitution? Is this Co...

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8.102.219
     Again there might be some objection to put the speaker below the Chairman of the council because that might involve a question of rivalry between the two House as to which House takes the first place. It is a very delicate and difficult position, and I think the Drafting Committee has solved the position by eliminating the Chairman of the C...
8.102.194
    I have only one word to say in regard to the last amendment moved by Professor Saksena. He wants to cut out the initiative of the executive which has been preserved right through in these articles dealing with the financial provisions so far as expenditure and taxation are concerned. Actually it is a tradition which we have been following in...

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11.156.223
     : Sir, I beg to move:      "That in article 9, after the word and figure 'article 5' the words 'or be deemed to be a citizen of India by virtue of' be inserted."
11.156.360
    : Because the honourable Mr. Kamath wills it otherwise!

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11.155.321
 : May I tell my honourable Friend that it is contemplated to change, with the permission of the House, the words to 'under the Government of an Indian State'.
11.155.331
 : If my honourable Friend will move amendments 394 and 395, first alternative, that more or less finds a repetition here--we will accept his amendments.

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9.128.346
     : It has already been shifted in the Government of India Act.
9.128.242
     : It fits in with his requirements.

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9.143.374
    Sir, will YOU take up amendments 203 and 204 together?
9.143.344
    I may mention, Sir, that the word usually used in respect of Government securities is 'stock' by the British Parliament.

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7.63.186
 : That is a matter for the House. But I suggest to the House that we can be impartial in this matter. We shall deny Mr.Jaspat Roy Kapoor the right to put in `residence' and we shall deny ShriAlladiKrishnaswamiAyyar the occasion to bring in an explanatory sub-clause which would whittle down the concession given as much as possible.
7.63.240
Even so, in consonance with the definition of State in article 7, the University becomes a State and no one in the House can say, that the University is something completely divorced from State. So much so, the titles granted by Universities or academic institutions have to be provided for as one cannot completely exclude it from the scope of cl...

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10.147.121
    There is one argument I would like to anticipate in view of the fact that certain amendments have been tabled. It has been suggested in these amendments that Parliament should do these adaptations. Well, if Parliament should do it, or Parliament should ratify the action taken by the President in their behalf then Parliament can undertake thi...
10.147.174
 Mr. President, let me, at the outset apologise to my honourable Friend, Mr. Kamath, who is not here I see, who took objection to a slip of the tongue on my part when I referred to those honourable Members who moved amendments as people who moved amendments.

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8.99.136
The House has expressly excluded reference to State in Part III of the First Schedule all along and therefore this article may not be necessary. You can formally put it to the House so that the House can negative it.
8.99.159
This amendment (No. 1964) has to be moved formally in order to enable the other amendments to be moved of which notice has been, namely, 42 and 43.

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8.95.76
One word more, Sir, in regard to some of the remarks of Pandit Hirday Nath Kunzru. I quite agree that the remarks made by him are out of genuine misgivings because, he felt doubts. I would only say this. In regard to the articles as they appear further down in this Draft Constitution, I have no doubt it is the intention of the House to change an...
8.95.72
I agree with one point made by my honourable Friend Mr. Sa'adulla that the argument that is being advanced, that the election of a Governor will be an expensive matter, is certainly beside the point. Democracy is an expensive affair. If this House wants a democracy, it has got to go through the expenses of an election, once, twice, thrice, as ma...

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8.94.20
: There is another amendment to 1975.
8.94.232
: Control is no responsibility, whatsoever.

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10.152.171
     No. 122 need not be put, Sir. It is only a consequential one.
10.152.98
     One point made by Mr. Kamath, in spite of the fact that with your permission I intervened and explained when he was speaking, I am still unable to comprehend. As I told him, what we contemplate here is that, if you are good enough to commit the whole thing to the Drafting Committee to make a fair copy and make the necessary consequential am...

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7.76.228
  May I point out, Sir, that if sub-clause (2) of article 62 remains and is not being omitted, part (3) of amendment No. 1303 cannot be moved. Sub-clause (2) of article 62 says: "Ministers shall hold office..........., etc." If that remains, part (3) of the honourable Member's amendment, cannot have any place in it.
7.76.30
Sir, they say--     "We think the solution is to be found in drawing a distinction between subjects in the Concurrent List which on the one hand relate, broadly speaking, to matters of social and economic legislation, and those which on the other hand relate mainly to matters of law and order, and personal rights and status. The latter from the...

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9.129.366
 The position really is that entry 52 expressly puts the fees, taken by the Supreme Court in List I and if we accept the amendment of Mr. Raj Bahadur, the power to levy fees by the High Court will be left in the air.
9.129.382
: I might mention, Sir, that there are special armed police in the provinces. They are recruited under the powers given under the Police Act. They are considered to be a police force even though they are on a quasi military basis.

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8.101.61
    With these reservations, Sir, I support the amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar.
8.101.54
    : Mr. President, Sir, as a layman who has been listing to the dissertations on law by the lawyer Members of this House for a number of days past, I feel that the time has come when a word of warning has to be uttered against the manner in which amendments are moved, changes are made, jurisdiction is being extended to cover cases which are p...

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8.93.199
    : That covers the entire proceedings so far as this article is concerned.
8.93.148
    Sir, I shall with your leave move amendment No. 124 in List VI. Sir, I move:     "That with reference to amendment No. 1883 of the List of Amendments, in clause (1) of article 106, after the words 'Chief Justice may' the words 'with the previous consent of the President and' be inserted."

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7.49.111
Sir, one other recommendation of the Expert Committee is, I am afraid, rather mischievous. That is, they have suggested in regard to Sales Tax - which is item 58 in List 2 - that the definition should be enlarged so as to include Use Tax as well, going undoubtedly on the experience of the American State Use Tax which, I think, is a pernicious re...
7.49.114
Then I come to a new provision that has been made in the financial sections of this Draft Constitution, viz. Article 260. Article 260, Sir speaks of a Finance Commission. In fact, Sir, in the terms of reference that you had sent to the Expert Committee you yourself made that suggestion, but I do not know if it is at all necessary for us to incor...

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8.103.156
   Perhaps we might even choose to drop article 245. When we have not decided on article 243 and 244 this might also be held over.
8.103.6
     and     "That in clause (3) of article 217, after the word and figure 'Part I' the words and figures 'or Part III' be inserted."

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9.135.95
    : If the honourable Member refers to article 282, he will find what he wants there.
9.135.263
     There are two sets of arguments against these articles that this House his had to face. The first is by my honourable Friend, Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava, who has moved a series of amendments, the main purport of them bring to whittle down the limited discretion that is given to Parliament, or to the Legislature of a State as the case may be...

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9.108.12
I would like to explain why this has been necessary. The Amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar to Article 172 is a variation of the Amendment in List I, No. 10. If honourable Members will scrutinise No. 10 they will find that in sub-clause (b) of clause (1) and sub-clause (b) of clause (2), the period that is allowed to lapse after the Bill had return...
9.108.87
If my honourable Friend understands that the Governor cannot act on his own, he can only act on the advice of the Ministry, then the whole picture will fall clearly in its proper place before him. It may happen that the whole procedure envisaged in Article 172 also goes through and then again something might have to be done in the manner laid do...

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8.97.308
: Sir, quite a similar article--article 79-A has been tabled and it is being held over, and conditions relating to this new article 163-A are more or less the same as those of article 79-A.
8.97.315
: The Chair has on previous occasions permitted Dr.Ambedkar to move such amendments, and I think the same practice may be continued and it may be move formally.

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7.65.130
Actually the economic significance that attaches to any enumeration of Fundamental Rights, such as the rights conceded in the Bill of Rights in the American Constitution and the addition to these in the Fourteenth Amendment, finds no place so far as this particular Constitution is concerned, and I am able to say that that is one of the bull feat...
7.65.279
Sir, on a point of order. Can any Member of this House move an amendment referring to an enactment made by a legislature subordinate to this House? I am afraid the amendment itself is out of order.

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9.127.4
     Mr. President"That with reference to amendment No. 6 of List I (Sixth Week), in the proposed entry 7 of List I of the Seventh Schedule, for the words 'local self-government' the words 'local government' be substituted."
9.127.306
      Sir, I move:     "That for entry 50 of List I, the following entries be substituted :-'50. The incorporation regulation and winding up of trading corporations, including banking, insurance and financial corporations but not including co-operative societies.'50A. The incorporation, regulation and winding up of corporations, whether tradin...

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8.96.2
: This Article cannot be moved in view of the decision that has been made earlier.
8.96.91
: May I suggest that the Honourable Dr. Ambedkar might vary the wording in clause (1a) of Article 144 by the addition of the words "Of ministers" to the words "The Council"?

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9.134.334
     I submit it is very unfair because if the House is willing to finish the work on the Order Paper before the day after tomorrow, we can assure the House that we will have enough work on Friday, but the question is whether the House will be prepared to complete the work on the Order Paper.
9.134.162
     : It will read like this :     "Clause (d) of sub-paragraph 2 of paragraph 10, be added:"

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9.115.88
: May I suggest that it should be held over?
9.115.58
The idea of the Finance Commission is a very restrictive one. If the idea of the Finance Commission is something like what I had at one time envisaged and tabled amendment which I did not move, namely, that in the first instance it ought to be a sort of Tax Investigating Commission, then I quite agree to all the propositions contained in the am...

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7.66.45
    No, Sir, the Noes have it.
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    The Noes have it.

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7.59.204
The learned Doctor must have known that some provinces have already taken some steps in the matter of separating the judicial and executive functions. I think three major provinces have moved in the matter. Actually they have not made much progress, probably for various reasons, either other preoccupations or finance, or whatever it may be. I do...
7.59.203
The learned Doctor said that this has been practically one of the basic demands of the Congress ever since it was founded. I believe it is so; I do not want to deny it. I also remember that an eminent Congressman, who was Prime Minister of one of the major provinces in this country, once said that ideas about the separation of the judiciary from...

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9.124.58
     Mr. President, Sir I move:     "That in amendment No. 38 (List I) to the proposed article 285A the following proviso be added:-'Provided that nothing in this article shall affect the representation in the House of the People or in the Legislative Assembly of a State until the dissolution of the then existing House or Assembly as the case ma...
9.124.61
     So far as the Anglo-Indians are concerned, it is doutless true that they are not large in numbers. It is also true, as pointed out by Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava, that special provision has been made in articles 297 and 298 in regard to the services and in regard to the educational facilities of this community respectively. That being so, h...

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4.34.181
Sir, it might be said that the wording of this particular amendment of mine is not appropriate. Actually, I have gone a little further than the wording of this section in the Australian Constitution as I have added the words: "and generally for adjudicating in similar matters as may be referred to it from time to time by the President". My reaso...
4.34.177
The object of my moving this amendment is that in the matter of regulation of trade and commerce, so far as this Constitution is concerned the only reference we have come across so far is Clause 10 in the Fundamental Rights which this House accepted in a previous session. Clause 10 says:     "Subject to regulation by the law of the Union, trade ...

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8.87.70
Mr. President, Sir, I move :"That after article 78, the following new article be inserted :-'78-A. At any sitting of the House of the people, while any resolution for the removal of the Speaker from his office is under consideration, the Speaker or while any resolution for the removal of the Deputy Speaker from his office is under consideration,...
8.87.35
Sir, the reason for this new article is that in the event of proceedings being taken against the Chairman or the Deputy Chairman for their removal, the Chairman or the Deputy Chairman might be present in the House to answer the charges against him; and if he is present, unless it is expressly stated that he will not preside, the Chairman or, wh...

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8.98.76
   Article 172 relates to joint sittings and unless the composition of the upper House is decided, we will not be able to decide on the question of joint sittings. The articles following article 172 are much the same as those we have held over. But it is entirely left to the Chair to do what the Chair thinks fit.
8.98.92
    May I clarify the position, Sir? The position is that this article 109-A stands on its own. It is entirely unrelated to any article that comes thereafter. Therefore, the danger that the Chair visualises will not happen and it will not become infructuous by reason of later articles being passed; the subject covered is a new subject. If the Ch...

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7.77.196
 : Mr. Vice-President, may I suggest that the House do take up article 67 in view of the fact that it is the desire of a number of Members of this House that these articles which relate to elections should be disposed of first, so that the election machinery might be got ready?
7.77.60
  Personally, I have no objection, though I do not think it will make any material difference.[Amendment No. 1327 was not moved.]

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9.109.69
 : Sir, the question may now be put.
9.109.283
The other section of this part will be discussed later on because the emergency provisions fall into two parts; one is, when a grave emergency threatens the whole country the President has to take action in order to protect the Constitution; and the second is, another part which ought to be perhaps part (b) of this particular part that relates ...

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8.86.143
: Mr. President, Sir, I have only to say a few words, about the amendment of Shrimati Durgabai to the amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar. Objection has been taken to this amendment by my honourable friend Shri Kamath on the ground that while the qualifying age for a Vice-President who is Chairman of the Council of State happens to be 35, there is...
8.86.107
: Mr. President, Sir, so far as the amendment No. 1464 is concerned, I think the House will pass it without demur, but in regard to Professor Shah's amendment I must say that I perfectly sympathise with him in that he has taken considerable pains to visualise a contingency that might occur; but there are certain aspects of the matter which defe...

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5.45.94
The second point I would like to mention is in regard to the designation of the officer that has been suggested to preside over the Dominion legislature. I am afraid there is some conflict between the adaptation of the Government of India Act and what Mr. Munshi stated. The adaptation of the Government of India Act deals rather drastically with...
5.45.93
Mr. President, my object in speaking on this motion moved by Dr. Ambedkar and the amendment thereto of Mr. Munshi is to obtain elucidation on a few points, because as things are one feels he is in a maze of conflicting proposals. The first point that I would like to draw the attention of the House to is in regard to sub-section (vi) of Clause 1...

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9.125.42
 I hope the House will adopt that course. That is the proper course. We have very little work before us otherwise.
9.125.6
 : May I submit, Sir, that my honourable Friend is wholly out of Order in raising this point of Order, because this matter was accepted by the House. The honourable Member had two clear days' notice of it and if he is not able to understand the significance of the amendment in two days, I am sure he cannot understand it-in two months.

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9.133.209
      : Sir, I am afraid Dr. Ambedkar has already answered the question raised by amendment No.263 in dealing with the previous paragraph.
9.133.303
     : If the honourable Member will please look at amendment No. 134, which wants the inclusion of the words "including matters specified in clauses (b), (c), (d) and (e) of sub-paragraph (3) of paragraph 1 of this Schedule" after the words "autonomous districts in the State" in sub-paragraph (1) of paragraph 14 then he will find the object th...

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8.105.15
: Sir, article 209-A, 209-B, 209-C, 210 and 211 may be held over. We are still not ready with our alternative drafts.
8.105.143
: The liability is there.

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9.111.192
: We are accepting the clause as put forward by Pandit Kunzru.
9.111.171
: Pandit Kunzru who gave notice of amendment No. 196 is not in the Chamber at present. There is another amendment, No. 198, which the Drafting Committee feel may be accepted and in order that it may be accepted, this amendment No. 196 has to be moved and accepted. If I am permitted to move it. I will do so.

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9.118.1
     I have been asked by the Honourable the President to say how sorry he is that he is unable to attend the Assembly today as he has been advised medically to take complete rest. He hopes to be back on Sunday and attend the Assembly from Monday onwards. He trusts that the Members will excuse his absence. I am sure that all of us wish him a spe...
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     I call upon Shri N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar to move his Bill.GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT, 1935 (AMENDMENT) BILL

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8.106.82
: The principle is one which has been accepted by the House.
8.106.118
: As articles 292 to 295 form part of a whole scheme and article 296 also goes along with them, we might take up article 297 and leave 296 over for the present.

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7.72.235
: Sir, a proper motion may be moved that the House may be adjourned for fourteen days.
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: The next article has only one small amendment.Article 46

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8.100.12
Sir, the two amendments are more or less the same in substance except that the amendment which I have moved expressly states the words that are to be eliminated. By the elimination of these words, what will happen is that every judge of a High Court shall hold office only until the age of sixty and the object of this amendment is merely to cryst...
8.100.134
 Sir, amendment No. 2650 is covered by the amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar because it relates to clause (2). Dr. Ambedkar'samendment is substantially the same; it deletes clause (2) and only retains clause (1).

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9.126.50
: May I point out, Sir, that in regard to these three lists, the main objection can only be that a particular Entry should not find a place in list I, but should find a place in list II or list III. This is how the arguments should proceed. So far as this particular Entry is concerned, it is a matter beyond dispute altogether. It must be in the...
9.126.69
  : Generally all preparations for defence, that is the wording, Sir, and that includes everything, not merely conscription but. also something beyond that.

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9.107.8
     : Mr. President, may I draw your attention to an irregular act on the part of the Assembly Staff. I would like to know, Sir, whether you have given any member of the staff disciplinary jurisdiction over the Members of the Constituent Assembly so that they can punish them for what they think is non-compliance with their request. A member of ...
9.107.148
       : Sir, I am afraid the debate over. This particular article on the amendment moved by Dr. Ambedkar has taken the form of a criticism against the Drafting Committee for not having provided a ready-made solution for this problem of representation in the upper House of the provinces but leaving it to Parliament to decide this issue. I feel h...

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7.67.99
Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I am here to support the motion before the House, viz., to approve of article 19. Many speakers before me have emphasised the various provisions of this particular article and the background in regard to the framing of this article. What I would like to stress in this: Sir, we are not concerned here with compromises arri...
7.67.100
Sir, objection has been taken to the inclusion of the word "propagate" along with the words "profess and practise" in the matter of religion. (Sir, it does not mean that this right to propagate one's religion is given to any particular community or to people who follow any particular religion. It is perfectly open to the Hindus and the Arya Sama...

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8.104.125
If he is not moving, I shall move No. 65. Sir I beg to move:     "That in place of No. 2441, the following new article be inserted:- 167-A.  (2) If any question arises as to whether a member of a House of the Legislature of a State hasDecisions on question as to disqualification of members. become subject to any of the disqualification mentioned...
8.104.186
Article 175 and 176 may be held over.

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9.112.107
: No.
9.112.79
: May I mention, Sir, that the wording has borrowed practically word for word from section 138 of the Government of India Act, 1935 ? I can only say at this moment that it is sought to deal with that portion of the tax that would be collected from such Part III States as have a special arrangement with the Union Government.

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10.148.190
: Sir, I move that Schedule IV be deleted.
10.148.185
: Sir, Schedule III-A is not being moved. It can be taken out of the List. That is the idea.

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9.140.496
  : May I suggest, Sir, before adjourning the House, that you may put to vote articles 99 and 184 which this Chapter supersedes ?
9.140.471
    They have been covered by the other amendments.

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7.73.9
: May I point out that the latter part of this amendment is already barred. We have already accepted article 46 in an amended form, by which the President can be elected ad infinitum, any number of times. So the latter part of his amendment is barred and cannot be moved.
7.73.204
 : Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I move:     "That in article 49, after the words 'Chief Justice of India' the words 'or, in his absence the senior-most Judge of the Supreme Court available' be inserted."

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9.116.90
:It is not in Dr. Ambedkar's name but in Shri Gopalaswami Ayyangar's and mine.
9.116.101
: May I interrupt my honourable Friend and tell him that he knows very well why that amendment has been moved.

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9.113.74
      I move that the question be now put.
9.113.96
    When you have allowed the Drafting Committee to function, it will be its duty continually to examine the Draft Constitution and if they find that here is a lacuna, because of the fact that the Committee is in existence, it has got to take steps to fill in this lacuna. The present amendment arises out of that necessity.

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7.60.114
Why?
7.60.114
Why?

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5.42.75
I do not move it.
5.42.170
Only one thing I would like to say in this connection and it is this : My friend Mr. Ananthasayanam Ayyangar said that the Provinces develop the ports and the Centre takes them over thereafter. That was not the case in my own province. My province has a special fund for minor ports in which over 60 lakhs had accumulated and a sum of Rs. 40 lakh...

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9.132.286
 : If he reads Amendment 134 tabled by the Drafting Committee, he will find the answer to his query. It covers these.
9.132.286
 : If he reads Amendment 134 tabled by the Drafting Committee, he will find the answer to his query. It covers these.

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10.146.50
   The next article viz., 310 is linked to article 308. These two may be considered together.
10.146.46
    The new article suggested by Pandit Thakur Das Bhargava in amendment No. 3303, Volume II may, I think be disposed of.

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9.139.341
: Hear, hear.
9.139.341
: Hear, hear.

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10.149.235
: But that has not been moved.
10.149.252
 : May I point out that it is the intention of the Drafting Committee that this definition should be included in the definition clause 303 to which we propose to make amendments and if the honourable Member would wait, he will probably get an opportunity of putting these words as he wants them as an amendment to our proposal.

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11.162.66
    : May I point out to my honourable Friend that clause (1) of article 22 might probably cover the case he has in mind?
11.162.60
     : Hear, hear.

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9.117.155
: If amendment No. 130 is accepted this does not arise.
9.117.204
: I may explain, Sir, that my amendment was necessitated by the amendment to the wording of article 6. If necessary this matter will no doubt be examined further. I simply said I shall put Mr. Jaspat Roy Kapoor's views before the Drafting Committee. That does not mean that I have any doubts in the matter. We have provided for this contingency in...

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11.164.67
: I am afraid my honourable Friend is completely misinformed.
11.164.65
 : May I point to my honourable Friend that the Rajpramukh will hold his office only subject to the President allowing him to do so and if he commits a murder, he will be removed from the office?

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9.122.160
     Sir, I move that the question be now put.
9.122.193
     The honourable Members' amendment is closely related to the proposed article 295-A. Article is restricted in its scope. The amendment of the honourable Member of article 291-A extends the scope of these articles. It would therefore be proper for the honourable Member to move his amendment as an amendment to article 295-A. I think the sugges...

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7.74.107
     Sir, I move:     "That in the amendment No. 1160 moved by Shri Shankarro Deo, the words 'one-fourth of the total membership of the House' be replaced by the words 'one-fourth of the total number of members.' "
7.74.103
   Sir, before throwing open this article for general discussion; there is one minor amendment necessary for the amendment moved by Shri Shankarrao Deo, i.e., No. 1160, to make it read aright. As it is, the amendment speaks of substituting the words "one fourth of the total membership of the House." But the correct wording should be "one-fourth ...

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7.62.158
I think the idea is to hold this over.
7.62.158
I think the idea is to hold this over.

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7.56.163
Certain observation have been made by a member in regard to the manner the Congressmen in this House are acting I think, Sir, it is the duty of the Congressmen to repudiate this statement. May I ask you, Sir, to give us an opportunity of repudiating those charges which have been levelled against us ?
7.56.142
What has this House got to do with the Government?

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9.110.115
: What happens if the provincial government deliberately refuses to obey the provisions of the Constitution and impedes the Central Government taking action under Articles 275 and 276?
9.110.10
      :Mr. President, Sir, I am afraid if my Friend Mr. Naziruddin Ahmad will look at section 126A of the Government of India Act, he will find why Dr. Ambedkar's amendment is necessary, because 276(b) gives executive power to the Union in times of emergency, when an emergency is declared, and these words are necessary in order to make the meani...

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7.70.201
:How can the article be put to the vote before the amendment is put to the vote?
7.70.15
:It is the desire of many Honourable Members of this House that this article should not be taken up now, but taken up later, because we are really considering various amendments to it so as to arrive at a compromise and Dr. Ambedkar will bear me out in regard to this fact.

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8.90.203
     : May, I ask, Sir, if the Honourable Member's amendment can be moved, in view of the fact that amendment No. 1865 has been negatived by the House? The principle of that amendment is the same as that of amendment No. 1870.
8.90.203
     : May, I ask, Sir, if the Honourable Member's amendment can be moved, in view of the fact that amendment No. 1865 has been negatived by the House? The principle of that amendment is the same as that of amendment No. 1870.

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9.119.86
The question be now put.
9.119.1
Today we begin, with article 150. The House will remember that there was a debate on this article as it originally stood and after three amendments were moved, the article was recommitted to the Drafting Committee. Dr. Ambedkar has now given notice of a new article. I request him to move that article, amendment No. 1 of list I (Fourth Week).

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7.52.232
 May I ask,Sir, if the Drafting Committee is in existence?

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7.71.81
They will also be elected by the majority party.

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9.123.136
: Sir, on a point of order; this amendment is not really germane to the article before the House; it has nothing to do with the subject matter of article 293.

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9.141.164
:Will the honourable Member prevent a person like himself being appointed a member of the Advisory Board ?

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4.32.112
I was just going to say the amendment is not going to be moved.

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8.88.195
: There is a slight difference in language. I think Dr. Ambedkar's proposal will be the better one.

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4.35.118
Yes.
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