The best way to know the self is feeling oneself at the moments of reckoning. The feeling of being alone, just with your senses, may lead you to think more consciously. More and more of such moments may sensitize ‘you towards you’, towards others. We become regular with introspection and retrospection. We get ‘the’ gradual connect to the higher self we may name Spirituality or God or just a Humane Conscious. We tend to get a rhythm again in life. We need to learn the art of being lonely in crowd while being part of the crowd. A multitude of loneliness in mosaic of relations! One needs to feel it severally, with conscience, before making it a way of life. One needs to live several such lonely moments. One needs to live severallyalone.

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

THE REPRESENTATIVE ACTS: HEROIC ACTS IN INDIAN PARLIAMENT AND LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES

The filtered alphabetical list

Breaking and throwing microphones
(Multiple times - in many legislative bodies including the Parliament)

Climbing on the desk, of other fellow members, of Speaker, of other House officials
(Multiple times - in many legislative assemblies)

Creating din in the Well of the House
(A regular event – in Parliament as well as in state assemblies)

Grabbing collar
(In Parliament in 2009; and in some state assemblies)

Hurling broken furniture and sound-boxes
(In West Bengal Assembly in November 2007)


Hurling pedestal fan towards the Speaker
(In J&K Assembly in October 2011)

Manhandling/Fist-fighting/Scuffles causing physical injuries
(Overall a regular event - in Parliament; in West Bengal Assembly in December 2012; and in other state assemblies)

Punching Assembly Marshals and others
(In J&K Assembly in February 2014; in Punjab Assembly in March 2013; and in some other state assemblies)

Slapping others including fellow members
(As in J&K Assembly in February 2013; and in some other state assemblies)

Smashing computer screen and glass panes
(In Parliament in February 2014; in Gujarat Assembly in March 2005) 

Snatching papers from other fellow members
(A regular event – in Parliament as well as in state assemblies)

Taking off clothes/Tearing others’ clothes
(In UP Assembly in February 2014; in Tamil Nadu Assembly in March 1989 - Jayalalitha was attacked that left her disheveled and her sari torn)

Tearing and throwing legislative documents
(A regular occurrence - in many legislative bodies including the Parliament)

Throwing chairs
(A regular event - in many legislative assemblies)

Throwing paper-missiles
(A regular event - in many legislative assemblies)

Throwing slipper at the Speaker
(In Bihar Assembly in July 2010)

Upturning and breaking furniture
(Multiple times - in many assemblies)

Use of pepper spray
(The glorified event of Indian Democracy - in Parliament in February 2014)

Use of un-parliamentary and abusive words
(A regular occurrence – in Parliament as well as in state assemblies with the scale taking acerbic hues there)

Waving currency notes
(The hallowed event of Indian Democracy - in Parliament in July 2008)

Waving knife or a broken microphone that resembled a knife
(The hallowed event of Indian Democracy - in Parliament in July 2008)

These are just representative acts and representations here. Each category, barring few, has multiple of trend-setting examples. The categories that lack on count are expected to gain numerical strength in the days to come if we go by the developments happening now and the credible history they follow. 

**Please feel happy to add to the list (I apologise for my ignorance on missing such points).

Related post (extended from)
HEROIC ACTS IN INDIAN PARLIAMENT AND LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES


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