ARTICLE 92, 93 OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA 1949

What is the meaning The Chairman or the Deputy chairman not to preside while a resolution for his removal from office is under consideration? The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People? Article 92 and 93 of Constitution of India, 1949

The Chairman or the Deputy chairman not to preside while a resolution for his removal from office is under consideration and The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People are defined under Article 92 and 93 of Constitution of India 1949. Provisions under these Articles are:

 

 

Article 92 of Constitution of India "The Chairman or the Deputy chairman not to preside while a resolution for his removal from office is under consideration"

(1) At any sitting of the Council of States, while any resolution for the removal of the Vice-President from his office is under consideration, the Chairman, or while any resolution for the removal of the Deputy Chairman from his office is under consideration, the Deputy Chairman, shall not, though he is present, preside, and the provisions of clause (2) of Article 91 shall apply in relation to every such sitting as they apply in relation to a sitting from which the chairman, or, as the case may be, the Deputy Chairman, is absent.

(2) The Chairman shall have the right to speak in, and otherwise to take part in proceedings of, the Council of States while any resolution for the removal of the Vice President from his office is under consideration in the Council, but, notwithstanding anything in Article 100, shall not be entitled to vote at all on such resolution or on any other matter during such proceedings.

Article 93 of Constitution of India "The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People"

The House of the People shall, as soon as may be, choose two members of the House to be respectively Speaker and Deputy Speaker thereof and, so often as the office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker becomes vacant, the House shall choose another member to be Speaker or Deputy Speaker, as the case may be.

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