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T.T Krishnamachari

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10.154.170
Any alteration of the First Schedule will entail the alteration of Schedule III. The first Schedule and the Third Schedule have got to be taken together. I will move an amendment later for putting in Schedule III-A in article 4. These amendments will moved subsequently if the amendment that I have now moved for the incorporation of Schedule III...
10.154.239
I therefore suggest that we shall pass this article in the present form and if any change is necessary, we shall take adequate legal advice and the eminent lawyer members of the Drafting committee will examine it. We will put my honourable colleague Mr. Alladi Krishnaswami Ayyar against Dr. Ambedkar and Mr. Munshi and we will probably be able t...

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9.130.175
 : Mr. President, Sir, I move:     "That for entry 32 of List II the following entry be substituted:_     '32. Trade and commerce within the State, subject to the provisions of entry 35-A of List III; markets and fairs.'"
9.130.297
 : Sir, I move:     "That for entry 44 of List II, the following entry be substituted:-     '44. Theatres, dramatic performances, cinemas, sports, entertainments and amusements, but not including the sanctioning of cinematograph films for exhibition.' "

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10.153.192
: Mr. President, Sir, I move my amendment No. 417 which reads thus:      "That in the proviso to article 27, after the words 'subject to the terms thereof' the word 'and to any adaptations and modifications that may be made therein under article 307 of this Constitution' be inserted."
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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10.151.405
The reference is to page 157 of the Draft Constitution and it has reference to an item that has already been passed. In the original as we have passed already this (111) is split up into two and deals with a definition as respects the period before the commencement of the Constitution and as respects the period after the commencement of the Con...
10.151.375
 Sir, if I caused any annoyance to my friend I would like to apologise. In regard to my honourable Friend Prof. Shibban Lal Saksena's remarks I would ask him once again to read article 290. So far as the machinery is concerned the intention was that the machinery should be created and probably would be created. But at the moment we cannot say a...

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10.150.248
Sir, this is a purely consequential amendment and the words introduced here are the words 'Rajpramukh' and 'Uprajpramukh'. I hope there will be no difficulty in passing this.
10.150.281
This clause deals with the custody of the Consolidated Fund of the States, and this change is necessary in view of the House having passed Part VI-A.

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11.157.60
: Yes, all those amendments, Nos. 566 to 570 are moved.     "That in clause (1) of article 388, for the words "the President of the Union", in the two places where they occur, the words "the President of India" be substituted."     "That in the first proviso to clause (1) of article 388, for the words "mentioned in this article" the words "men...
11.157.34
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11.165.249
     Thank you very much.
11.165.234
     On the other hand, a number of my friends here, including my honourable Friend Shrimati Renuka Ray, felt that the rights conceded to property owners in article 31 went far.

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11.156.365
    : Amendment 559 is an addition. It meets the objections raised in regard to that particular article.
11.156.345
     : Sir, I do not propose to move amendments Nos. 478 and 479. Amendment No. 556 will cover both, which I move:     "That for the Explanation to clause (1) of article 288, the following be substituted:     'Explanation.--The expression 'law of a State in force' in this clause shall include a law of a State passed or made before the commenceme...

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7.63.191
 May I ask who are the backward class of citizens? It does not apply to a backward caste. It does not apply to a Scheduled caste or to any particular community. I say the basis of any future division as between `backward' and forward' or non-backward might be in the basis of literacy. If the basis of division is literacy, 80 per cent.of our peop...
7.63.202
: For the same reason as my honourable Friend had for omitting to put that word originally in the article.

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9.143.383
     : In reading it he has included that.
9.143.363
     Mr. President, Sir, I move:     "That for sub-clause (r) of clause (1) of article 303, the following sub-clause be substituted :-     '(r) 'railway' does not include tramway, whether wholly within a municipal area or not.'"

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9.135.267
    : If my honorable Friend holds that opinion I can only agree to differ. I for my part do hold that our present position in the matter of food and certain other essential commodities - the scarcity that is attached to them is a thing which it will be difficult for us to get over even in a period of a decade and over. If my honorable Friend is...
9.135.268
    I would say this in regard to the structure of this Chapter. A certain amount of freedom of trade and commerce has to be permitted. No doubt restrictions by the State have to be prevented so that the particular idiosyncrasy of some people in power or narrow provincial policies of certain States should not be allowed to come into play and aff...

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7.80.60
   Sir, I move that the question be now put.
7.80.97
     This is a formal amendment, which makes the amendment moved by my honourable Friend Dr. Syama Prasad Mukerjee complete. I hope the House will accept it.

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7.76.220
 : May I point out that if parts (1) and (2) of this amendment are blocked as result of the rejection of a previous amendment, the rest of the amendment cannot be moved?
7.76.23
Sir, If we are to accept this view, we would be merely theorising in regard to Federation. I hold the view that we have no reason to take a theoretical view of the Draft Constitution at this stage. The concept of this Constitution is undoubtedly Federal. But, how far Federalism is going to prove to be of benefit to this country in practice will...

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10.152.190
     So far as the adoption of any change in the name of a State is concerned, in the draft that is before the House, we have been following one principle, namely, if there is a substantial number of Members wanting a change and that change has been approved by the Premier of the province, we have put it in one amended schedule and that is the r...
10.152.112
    I do not want to anticipate the statement that the Honourable President is likely to make with regard to Schedule I, but I would say that that and other factors that might arise would undoubtedly be covered by the words "necessary amendments". It would be made clear if the House adopts the amendment suggested by Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya. The...

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8.102.239
   May I suggest that, in continuation of these financial provisions relating to the Union which the House has considered, we may take up the consideration of the appropriate provision relating to the States? If that is done continuity can be maintained.
8.102.244
    Sir, I formally move:  "That in clause (2) of article 173, for the word 'thirty' the word 'twenty-one' be substituted."   

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8.101.56
    Attempts have been made right through the discussions in regard to the judicial provisions to extend the scope of the work of the Supreme Court. It has been said that that is the only way in which we could guarantee the liberties of the individual. On a subsequent occasion probably an opportunity will occur, when I would like to deal with th...
8.101.59
    I would like before I resume my seat to tell the House that all that we are doing today is we are running right counter to popular opinion, which does not want multiplication of litigation, and we are merely providing opportunities for more and more litigation. I do not want to claim any particular type of wisdom for having uttered on a prev...

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8.93.260
    : Sir, I would like to say a word. There is one particular point in Dr. Ambedkar's amendment to which I would like to invite the special attention of this House. I refer to clause (3) which makes the administrative expenses of the Supreme Court, including salaries, allowances and pensions payable to or in respect of the officers and servants...
8.93.142
     It is covered by amendment No. 1883 to which I shall move my amendment.

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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.
8.99.180
On a point of information, Sir, may I ask the speaker whether he has changed his mind in regard to what he said with regard to article 111 where he wanted its provisions to be subject to the law made by Parliament?

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7.81.140
  May I suggest that the House has already agreed to his moving an amendment to his amendment No. 2249 and as such he may be restrained from raising any further point of order.
7.81.87
   Mr. Vice-President, Sir, I have listened with the attention that a discussion on a matter like this deserves, to the speakers that spoke before me. Speaking for myself, I am in sympathy with many of those who opposed the idea of the introduction of a second Chamber in the provinces. It is a matter that has been debated all over the world ever...

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7.49.115
Sir, one or two other aspects I would like to touch on before I sit down is this. Sir, the Mover of the motion mentioned about the need for a strong Centre. I find that sentiment has been echoed by Mr. Anthony. Well, I think in the uncertain state of events which lie ahead of us and in view of the fact that the main objective of our having achie...
7.49.113
So I do feel that either the Drafting Committee was not competent to examine even the half-hearted recommendations made by the Expert Committee or they felt that it would be better to tread on safer ground and adopt the status quo which idea, I think, more or less dictated the decisions made by the Expert Committee itself.

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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.
8.103.152
  In any event article 244 will have to be held over because we have not considered the chapter containing the provisions governing financial relations between the Centre and the States. I am told by Shri Alladi Krishnaswami Ayyar that the language of article 243 would also require some revision so we might hold over article 243, 244 and 245.

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9.108.138
 : I now move 2712 in Volume II of the Printed List of Amendments which stands in the name of the Honourable SardarVallabhbhai Patel"That in clause (b) of the proviso to clause (1) of Article 212, for the word 'wishes' the word 'views' be substituted and at the end the following new clause (3) be added :-'(3) In this Article reference to a Stat...
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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7.65.125
Sir, as the speaker that spoke before me said, this is perhaps the most important article in this Part and one which enumerates the rights for the attainment of which we in India have undergone all the troubles to obtain our freedom. Actually, Sir, it is in the manner in which the State is going to allow the people to use the rights enumerated i...
7.65.131
Sir, the future, what it is going to be none of us really know, but we almost of us--envisage that the future will be one which will be bright, the future will be one where the State is going to be progressive, where the State is going to interfere more and more in the economic life of the people not for the purpose of abridgment of rights of in...

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8.96.6
: Sir, may I suggest that the alternative might be formulated, because the original Article has no place in view of the change that has already been made?
8.96.172
: May we have the pleasure of hearing the honourable Member properly by requesting him to come to the rostrum and address the House?

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7.66.20
  Mr. Vice-President, Sir, the point I have to place before the House happens to be a comparatively narrow one. In this article 14, clause (2) reads thus: `No person shall be punished for the same offence more than once'. It has been pointed out to me by more Members of this House that this might probably affect cases where, as in the case of an...
7.66.172
     We are trying to root it out, and by putting it in the fundamental rights it will hasten legislation to wipe out evils of that kind as it will then become an obligation of the State. I would only mention to the House that let us not seek to enlarge the scope of these articles by putting in evils which can be wiped out by legislation, on whi...

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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.
9.129.362
: It is specific entry.

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9.128.370
     :  Sir, may I point out that if we talk about a provision for inter-planetary travel, it would be reducing the proceedings of the House to absurdity.
9.128.240
     : If it would help my Friend I would draw his attention to entry 26 in the Concurrent List which seems to meet his requirements. It reads: "Welfare of labour: conditions of labour : etc. etc.".

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9.136.55
: It is not so.
9.136.14
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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...
4.34.178
I find in the report that has been submitted by the Union Powers Committee that trade and commerce with foreign countries is covered by item 17 in List No. I, the Federal List, and trade and commerce with the provinces is included in item 26 in List 2, the Provincial List. Actually, these two items follow closely the corresponding items in the G...

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8.95.258
: Sir, I move:"That for amendment No. 2106 of the List of amendment, the following be substituted :-"That in article 136, for the words 'in the presence of the members of the Legislature of the State' the words 'in the presence of the Chief Justice of the High Court exercising jurisdiction in relation to the State or, in his absence the senior m...
8.95.255
:My amendment in List 2-No. 132-follows more or less the wording of article 49 which this House has passed.

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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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9.125.49
 Very unlikely.
9.125.40
 It is entirely left to you. But I think your ,original stand was the right one.

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8.94.232
: Control is no responsibility, whatsoever.
8.94.238
: May I respectfully point out that article 175 is yet to be passed by us and it is more than likely that that article will be reshaped in the light of amendment which will be tabled.

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9.111.190
: The Drafting Committee is accepting it.
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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9.134.334
     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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8.105.38
 Mr. President, Sir, I have listened with attention to the objections raised to passing this article at this stage and in the manner it has emerged, by honourable Friends in this House. I am afraid, Sir, though their objections were logical. I feel we cannot give in to those objections and postpone the consideration of this article reason that ...
8.105.198
: May I suggest that the House may take up Part XIII-the election chapter, article 289 and onwards as put in the Order Paper?

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8.106.57
: I suggest that these amendments may be cyclostyled and circulated, and they may be taken up later on.
8.106.80
: This new article is actually redundant. It may be that the Drafting Committee will subsequently have to take it away.

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7.72.187
: But actually the Congress still exists.
7.72.2
: Sir, on a point of order, may I know whether Prof. Shah can bring in again the scheme that he had outlined in one or two earlier amendments of his and which had all been negatived in this House? He is really persisting in one particular scheme in all his amendments and is the honourable Member in order in moving this amendment?

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9.127.307
     Sir, the reason for this amendment is that the existing entry 50 which is a comprehensive entry was found to be a little confusing by some Members of the House. They represented to us that the language is a little involved and it might be made to express clearly the objects indicated therein. For instance, there was doubt whether a co-oper...
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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9.115.88
: May I suggest that it should be held over?
9.115.170
Sir, I shall not explain these amendments. If necessary, Dr. Ambedkar will explain them.

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8.100.20
    Sir, I moved:     "That in para (c) of the proviso to clause (1) of article 193, after the words 'Supreme Court of' the words 'the Chief Justice' be inserted."
8.100.11
: Sir, I formally move amendment No. 2603 and I move amendment No. 194 of List II, which reads as follows:-     "That with reference to amendment No. 2603 of the List of Amendments, In clause (1) of article 193 the words 'or such higher age not exceeding sixty-five years as may be fixed in this behalf by law of the Legislature of the State' be o...

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7.59.205
In this connection, I would like to strike a note of warning. There are several amendments tabled in regard to this question of judiciary which are to be moved by the rump of the Drafting Committee, which are in the nature of an after-thought. For a Professor, it is all very good to envisage a complete separation of the judiciary and the executi...
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...

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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.
9.112.47
  : Mr. President, Sir, I have to move a formal amendment and it follows the scheme that the House has adopted all along, namely, substitution of the words "Consolidated Fund of India" for the words "revenues of India." I find there is an omission in subclause (c) of clause (4) of this article where the words "revenues of India" have been used....

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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...
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 ...

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9.126.26
  There is no amendment to Entry 1.
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...

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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...
7.67.133
It was a short notice amendment.

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8.104.105
While I appreciate Shrimati Purnima Banerji's suggestion, the words relating to a "joint sitting" here come only by the way, and if we decide to alter the appropriate articles in a different way, the Drafting Committee might just delete the words occurring here that relate to a joint sitting. If there is no reference to a joint sitting in the a...
8.104.186
Article 175 and 176 may be held over.

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7.77.58
     If this amendment is accepted, it will read: "from the date of his appointment, is for any period of six consecutive months" and so on. This is a very minor amendment. It makes the meaning very precise and indicates from when the six months will operate. I trust the House will accept it.
7.77.197
Mr. Vice-President, I very strongly object to the procedure suggested. As a matter of fact Members are entitled to know what is the order in which the business of the House would proceed. If all of a sudden, for the whim of any particular Member, some particular article should be taken at once, I submit, that it will put the honourable Members ...

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9.116.101
: May I interrupt my honourable Friend and tell him that he knows very well why that amendment has been moved.
9.116.78
  : May I point out that if he reads article 6 as amended, he will find the explanation for my amendment.

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8.97.385
: It only follows the saying that politics is the last refuge of the scoundrel.
8.97.397
: The other two amendments of Mr. Mohd. Tahir fall to the ground because those clauses are eliminated by the acceptance of the amendment I had moved.

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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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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?
9.110.131
: It is not necessary because the Central Government is subject to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court under all conditions.

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7.73.205
Sir, this is only making a provision in case the Chief Justice of India is not present, some other Judge should do his function, and it is but proper that the senior-most judge of the Supreme Court should do this function. Sir, I trust the House will accept the amendment because it needs no further explanation.
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.

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9.118.29
  Why, why?
9.118.255
     I move that the question be put.

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9.133.212
     : Is it necessary to put it to vote, because the principle has been negatived on previous amendments, where the House has not agreed to substitute the word "President" for "Governor" ?
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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9.140.471
    They have been covered by the other amendments.
9.140.475
    : That is covered, Sir.

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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?
11.164.67
: I am afraid my honourable Friend is completely misinformed.

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9.117.148
: If amendment No. 130 is accepted this does not arise.
9.117.197
: 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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7.56.142
What has this House got to do with the Government?
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 ?

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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.
7.70.201
:How can the article be put to the vote before the amendment is put to the vote?

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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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11.162.60
     : Hear, hear.
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?

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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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9.122.193
     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...
9.122.160
     Sir, I move that the question be now put.

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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.
9.113.74
      I move that the question be now put.

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9.119.86
The question be now put.

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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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7.71.81
    They will also be elected by the majority party.

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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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7.69.111
 : On a point of order: is the honourable Member addressing the Chair or a public meeting?

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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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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 l...

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

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7.62.158
I think the idea is to hold this over.

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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.

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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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9.139.341
: Hear, hear.
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