No work No pay does not apply to Members of Parliament in IndiaMembers of Parliaments are Public Servants. The MP's draw a salary of Rs.190,000 pm [Salary 100000+Constituency allowance :Rs. 45000+Parliament Office Allowance : Rs.45,000). In addition to this they also draw Parliament session allowance : 2000/- per day. The MP's will also eligible for pension of Rs.25,000/- pm. Further they are will also be eligible for additional Rs.2500/- per month for every year in excess of 5 years.
The salary of an employee working private or Public , Govt sectors are linked to their attendance. In the event of their absence they are not eligible to draw salary unless the same is authorized leave. Whereas MP's draw their salary even without attending any session.Generally parliament sessions held thrice a year i.e Budget, Monsoon, and winter. The 16th Loksabha functioned less than 2000 hours.
Is it morally correct on the part of MP's to draw salary when they absent themselves during the Parliamentary sessions.