List Of Unparliamentary Words In India: What Happens If A Mp Uses Unparliamentary Words News In Hindi – Unparliamentary Words: Why did words like chameleon-shame-insult and lie become unparliamentary, what if MP used them?
Words like dictator, shame, misbehavior, betrayal, drama, hypocrisy, incompetent, rhetoric, ant-shunt, corrupt, gimmicky, thrashing, useless, will now be considered unparliamentary in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Words like Baal Buddhi, Jaichand, Shakuni, Lollipop, Chandal Quartet, Gul Khiley, Pitthu Kovid Spreader, Snoopgate, Dictatorship, Vinash Purush, Bobcat will now be considered inappropriate for use in both the Houses.
The Lok Sabha Secretariat has released a list ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament starting from July 18. In this list those words and expressions have been told which will be considered as unparliamentary in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. That is, if it is spoken in the Parliament, then it can be removed from the proceedings of the Parliament. Not only words, many common colloquial idioms have also been put in the unparliamentary list.
After all, which words were banned? What are the idioms that have been included in the list of unparliamentary words? What does the opposition have to say on this list? Why is the assembly of Congress ruled states like Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh being mentioned in this controversy? Why the ruckus now in the list released every year? Let’s know…
Which words were banned?
rhetoric, child wit, deaf government, snobbery, arrogance, black day, hooliganism, shame, chameleon, spoon, pimp, gulchharra, gulch feeding, goons’ government, double character, quartet, quackery, licking the feet, dictator, grandeur, riot, The use of words like traitor, insult, black marketing will also not be included in the proceedings during the debate in Parliament. English words such as Abused, Britred, Corrupt, Drama, Hypocracy and Incompetent, Covid Spreader and Snoopgate will also not be part of the proceedings.