On August 11, 2014, PM Narendra Modi raised an issue to the Union ministory of law and justice in an legislative assembly of Lok Sabha. Six months and after 13 days, the inquiry yet stays unanswered.
In this way, what did he ask? According to the Lok Sabha site, the six-section un featured inquiry (No. 4604) identified with the insertion of parents’ name in documents. While Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who then held the law and justice position too alongside communication and Information Technology, did offered an explanation to the inquiry according to convention and expressed that “data is being gathered and will be laid on the Table of the House”. The question, from that point, seems to have been effectively overlooked.
According to Parliament of India site, an un featured question is one which is not called for oral reply in the House and on which no supplementary questionscan therefore be asked.
Aside from Narendra Modi, the comparable inquiry was, by chance, additionally postured by Trinamool Congress MP, Saumitra Khan. A written answer is laid on the Table after the Question Hour by the minister to whom it is tended to.