But the procedure of nominating some people to the Parliament earlier also proved to be of no use. So the government should use their good offices in deciding the nature of the people before nominating them for such important positions.
Sachin Tendulkar was nominated to the upper House of Parliament under Article 80 of the Constitution. The President of India nominates 12 members from among people who have special knowledge or practical experience in the field of literature, science, art and social service etc.
The seat which Sachin Tendulkar occupied for six years could have gone to someone else who would have raised the issues of sportspersons in the parliament.
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Sachin Tendulkar has donated all his salary to the PM relief fund. What's a big deal here?
This could be a good motive which we even see from the Bill Gates & also the Mark Zuckerberg who spent a good deal of his fortune for the social cause. This he himself made a declaration when his daughter was born. Even myself is doing whenever I do feel that I am capable of & if there is a need.
I raise an issue to anyone appreciating Sachin Tedulkar, that what will happen if all the Lok Sabha member donate their salaries for the social cause. Is this what they are appointed for? Sachin Tendulkar is still getting the all the fascilities as a member of the constitutional body which is far more then in comparison to pay that he received.
Do you expect the PM post to be appreciated simply because he donated all his salary for the needy people. Is this enough in context of the responsibilities against which he took the oath?
I am sorry but it is more ridiculous that we end up like this.
What I feel is, if a public figure or a celebrity is made a Rajya Sabha member for their outstanding contribution in varoius areas, the individual has to do justice to the award, if not, they can give it up and make way for another person to be more productive while occupying the seat.
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