Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly Speaker Satish Mahana has said that the more time the MLAs give to the House, the more benefit they will get. Mahana said that before accusing others on any matter, one should introspect on that matter. He said that if the society has given responsibility, then we will also have to fulfill our responsibility honestly. He said that the MLA may be of any party but he is our MLA. If any MLA is insulted, it is an insult to the assembly.
Assembly Speaker Satish Mahana said this during an interaction program with law graduate MLAs. He said that when the work of the legislature is better then everything will be fine. We all have to do this together. We are all attached to the prestige of the legislature. The Speaker said that there should be a good debate in the House. During the debate, the MLA should display his intellect so that the society can benefit from it. Although all the MLAs have their own agenda, but how well we can convey our point of view. This should be attempted. Mahana said that now a positive sentiment is being created towards the members of the UP Vidhan Sabha.
On this occasion, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna said that MLAs should show more interest in study work. If we come prepared in the house, then the executive will not be able to put pressure on us. It is the responsibility of all of us to live up to the criterion with which the people have sent you to the Assembly. He said that the people of the area from where you come after contesting elections send you to this respected house by giving 4-5 lakh votes, then they also have the expectation that our elected leader is service, dear to justice and join in happiness and sorrow. Will be But when we do not live up to their expectations, then gradually a negative image starts forming in his mind towards us. This does not happen in a day, so we have to make our work behavior similar in the assembly. When we keep the information in the mandate received and after studying all the literature, then no officer can easily mislead. Reiterating his point on public service, he said that if we have been selected for public service, then we should only talk about it, it is not written in any religion.
Minister of State (Independent Charge) Ravindra Jaiswal said that we all have to rise above party politics and work for the betterment of the legislature. He said that the executive is holding the legislature. But if we use our talent, we can do more work for the betterment of the people. Appreciating the dialogue program of Assembly Speaker Satish Mahana, he said that his efforts would definitely bring a change one day.
On this occasion, senior member Shahid Manzoor, while sharing his experiences, said on the condition of former and present MLAs that we are all responsible somewhere for this. We should always keep in mind the dignity of the legislature. Smt. Anupama Jaiswal said that when the legislature talks about making laws, it needs ideas. It is a happy coincidence that this time many members have brought law degrees. He said that such a cell should be constituted in the Legislative Assembly where their views can be included. On this occasion, MLAs Anil Parashar and Rishi Tripathi said that we need to learn from our seniors. Apart from these, about 40 members of the Legislative Assembly, including Shri Ziaur Rehman, Amit Agarwal, Ram Ratan Kushwaha, Dinanath Bhaskar, Minister of State (Independent Charge) Dayashankar Singh, all shared their experiences.
Assembly Speaker Satish Mahana assured all the MLAs who came at the end of the meeting that they should consider all the issues seriously, while assuring them of fruitful cooperation and experimentation. On this occasion, Principal Secretary, Legislative Assembly, Pradeep Kumar Dubey thanked all the law graduate MLAs who came in the program and the ministers involved in the meeting.