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Keishing goes down memory lane

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NEW DELHI, May 13 � Taking MPs down the memory lane, Congress member Rishang Keishing, who has the rare distinction of having been a member of the first Lok Sabha in 1952, today recalled the high standards of Parliamentary democracy then and urged members to follow in the footsteps of national leaders, reports PTI.

Speaking in Rajya Sabha at the end of the day-long special session to celebrate 60th anniversary of the first sitting of Parliament, he recounted the healthy Parliamentary tradition earlier when members of treasury and opposition respected each other.

The 92-year-old leader from Manipur, who is serving his second term in Rajya Sabha now after being elected to the state Assembly seven times, said in those days nobody used to troop into well or shout at each other.

During his speech, he was greeted by members from treasury as well opposition by thumping of desk.

�Speeches in Parliament used to be peaceful and constructive...Intervention used to be very cordial....That was the best time of Parliamentary democracy,� Keishing, who started his Parliamentary career as an opposition member from Socialist Party, recalled.

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Keishing goes down memory lane

NEW DELHI, May 13 � Taking MPs down the memory lane, Congress member Rishang Keishing, who has the rare distinction of having been a member of the first Lok Sabha in 1952, today recalled the high standards of Parliamentary democracy then and urged members to follow in the footsteps of national leaders, reports PTI.

Speaking in Rajya Sabha at the end of the day-long special session to celebrate 60th anniversary of the first sitting of Parliament, he recounted the healthy Parliamentary tradition earlier when members of treasury and opposition respected each other.

The 92-year-old leader from Manipur, who is serving his second term in Rajya Sabha now after being elected to the state Assembly seven times, said in those days nobody used to troop into well or shout at each other.

During his speech, he was greeted by members from treasury as well opposition by thumping of desk.

�Speeches in Parliament used to be peaceful and constructive...Intervention used to be very cordial....That was the best time of Parliamentary democracy,� Keishing, who started his Parliamentary career as an opposition member from Socialist Party, recalled.

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