How Parliament controls executive by Censure and No-Confidence Motion

Question: Discuss, how Parliament controls the executive through Censure Motion and No-Confidence Motion?

Answer: Censure Motion and the No-Confidence Motion: Censure Motion may be moved against the Council of Ministers or an individual Minister, expressing a strong disapproval of their policy or some deed. Adoption of the Censure Motion would result in the resignation of the Government. But a Vote of Censure against a particular Minister has no such effect. No-Confidence Motion is moved by a Member or Leader of Opposition, if the Motion is carried, the Government has to resign.


The Union Legislature

The Union Parliament consists of the President and two houses—The House of People commonly known as the Lok Sabha and the Council of States known as the Rajya Sabha. The Parliament is a body of people’s representatives who have the supreme power and authority of governance in a democratic country. Read more

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