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Before every session of Parliament, the Lok Sabha speaker gets the heads of the various parties together and tells the media that they have agreed not to disrupt the proceedings of the House. This is made out by the media [and the politicians] to be some great achievement. Yet, the moment the session begins, it becomes abundantly clear that neither the government nor the opposition have any interest in maintaining dignity. There is some issue or the other for the two to go at each others' throats. If it isnt the Sankaracharya's arrest, it is the the volley of allegations and abuse being hurled by two cabinet ministers in public. I cannot for the life of me understand why the opposition should be bothered about a spat between two ministers.
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