Central Govt Constitutes a Committee On Computerisation Of Assembly: Telugu Speakers Find Place
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has constituted a committee to prepare the guidelines to ensure the computerization of assemblies across the country.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has constituted a committee to prepare the guidelines to ensure the computerization of assemblies across the country. The ordinances were issued Wednesday by forming a committee comprising seven state assembly speakers. Telugu states Assembly speakers found the place in the committees. Speaker of Assam, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha and Puducherry, along with AP Speaker Tammeneni Sitaram, Telangana Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy. The Committee will study the performance of the legislatures and the services provided to members.
The Speaker's Office released a bulletin on Wednesday, also appointing several committees on Parliament. Telugu states have appointed MPs as chairmen of the Subordinate Legislation Standing Committee and Library Committees. Narasapuram MP Raghuramakrishnan Raju as Chairman of the Subordinate Legislation Standing Committee and Khammam MP Nama Nageswara Rao as Chairman of the Library Committee. It is interesting to note that all three members from the Telugu states are in the 15-member Legislation Standing Committee.
Nama Nageshwar Rao has been appointed as the Chairman of the Parliament Library Committee which consists of nine members including the President. MP Vallabhaneni Balasouri as a member of the Moral Values Committee, MP Talari Rangiah as a member of the House Committee, MP BB Patel as a member of the CommitteeCommittee for parliament attendance committee and Maloth Kavitha and Vanga Geetha are the members of Women Empowerment Committee. MPs Galla Jaydev and Raghuramakrishnam as members of the Rules Committee.