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Who lays the report of the CAG in the Parliament?

edited May 11 in Polity & Governance
CAG report is laid down in the parliament by WHO????? President or speaker???? Explin?? Dont just say it is done by prez coz its written in luxmikanth...(explin)
My argument: a/151 ..................prez,who shall CAUSE them to be laid b4 each house of the parliament.... Here prez is not a member of either house and doesn't sit in the parliament to attend meetings ( even though he is integral part of prez).... If he doesn't attend meetings and doesnt sit in parliament den how he laid down the report in the parliament????????

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  • He sends the report to parliament after receiving it from cag .The parliament secretariat does the rest like circulating the report and speaker asks PAC to examine the report.

    Though prez is not a member of parliament but he is an integral part of parliament.
  • Mona18 said:

    CAG report is laid down in the parliament by WHO????? President or speaker???? Explin?? Dont just say it is done by prez coz its written in luxmikanth...(explin)
    My argument: a/151 ..................prez,who shall CAUSE them to be laid b4 each house of the parliament.... Here prez is not a member of either house and doesn't sit in the parliament to attend meetings ( even though he is integral part of prez).... If he doesn't attend meetings and doesnt sit in parliament den how he laid down the report in the parliament????????

    If you are talking about who actually lays it on the table. It is a grade 4 employee of the Lok Sabha.

    For all Polity questions, stick to Laxmikant. It is not an early edition of the book. It is pretty refined and corrections are made as new editions come. It should be at least in its fifth edition by now.


    If you doubt everything, you will make the exam more confusing for yourself.

    There are more confusing things than this to worry about.


    Where there are established sources, do not waste time in

    A) Original Research
    B) Ripleys believe it or not facts. (exceptions)


    I am a small time contributor to Wikipedia because I like to write. ( You should read my published book in your lifetime, except that you won't know I am it's author :P)


    It hugely discourages original research. By which I mean, you can cite established and authentic sources in public domain to write things.

    However what is not allowed is publishing articles where you do not refer to accepted resources in public domain. For example, just because you have read privately through letters written by your grandfather to you, indicating nehru killed bose, you cannot write a wiki entry on it, no matter how much you believe in it.

    So, unless you plan to focus on the researching topics, stick to Laxmikant and whatever it says for Polity. As far as possible.

    It's enough to clear Prelims.

    Do not go beyond it unless you are seeking an alternative career as a Constitutional expert.
    *No good deed goes unpunished*
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