Ask your Question

Parliament Members have a right to ask questions on matters of public importance within the special cognizance of the Ministers concerned. To enable your Member to represent your queries, you are invited to post your questions which would be raised by Hon'ble Member of Lok Sabha Sri Anantkumar Hegde, in the ongoing 17th Lok Sabha period. There are basically 4 types of questions which are categorized as follows-

1. Starred Questions: A Starred Question is one to which a member desires an oral answer from the concerned Minister in the house and is required to be distinguished by him/her with an asterisk. Answer to such a question may be followed by supplementary questions by members.

2.Unstarred Questions: An Unstarred Question is one to which written answer is desired by the member and is deemed to be laid on the Table of the House by the concerned Minister. Thus it is not called for oral answer in the House and no supplementary question can be asked thereon.

3.Short Notice Questions: A member may give a notice of question on a matter of public importance and of urgent nature for oral answer at a notice less than 10 days prescribed as the minimum period of notice for asking a question in ordinary course.

4. Questions to Private Members: A question may also be addressed to a Private Member (Under Rule 40 of the Rules of Procedure & Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha), provided that the subject matter of the question relates to some Bill, Resolution or other matter connected with the business of the House for which that Member is responsible.