Improve the quality of the questions: Lok Sabha Speaker tells the members
NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla asked members on Monday to improve the quality of their questions, shortly after a consultation arose about the renovation and construction of an approach road to a local temple in.
During it, BJP member Guman Singh Damor asked about the restoration of ancient temples in Madhya Pradesh.
After the culture minister presented the answer in writing, Domar expressed his dissatisfaction with the answer saying that he felt like a girlfriend going to his in-laws' house and discovers that there is no bathroom.
Subsequently, Damor also asked a complementary question about the renovation and construction of an access road to a local temple in the state.
After the minister's response, Birla said the quality of the questions should be improved and mentioned that if a member wants a touch at a local temple, the central government cannot do so.
Patel said that conservation work on protected monuments, including ancient temples, is regularly attended by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) according to the requirements of the different sites and the availability of resources.
For a question about whether the government is likely to include temples of more than one hundred years that add more than 500 in Ratlam for restoration, the minister said there is currently no such proposal.