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Assembly Proceedings 

Official Report 


West Bengal Legislative Assembly 

Nineteenth Session 

(P'ebruary-March, 1958) 

(From 17th February to 31st March, 195S) 

The 17th, 18th, 19tli, 20th, 21st, 24th, 25th, 2<rth, 27th and 28th 
February, 1958 


LlSRARY. 

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Published by authority of the Assembly under Rule 134 of the 
West Bengal Legislative Assembly Procedure Rules 




GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL 

GOVERNOR 

Sreemati Padmaja Naidu. 

MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL OF ItflNISTERS 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chanbba Roy, Chief Mijoister ai^ Miniater-m-ohajrge o 
the Home Department except the Police and the Defence Branches, Depart 
ments of Finance, Develofment, Co-operation and Cottage and Small-Scah 
Industries. 


The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen, Minister-in-charge of the Dep^ment o: 
Food, Relief and Supplies and the Department of Refugee Relief and 
Rehabilitation. 

♦The Hon'ble Kali Pada Moukerjee, Minister-iii-charge of the Police and Defend 
Branches of the Home Department. 

The Hon'ble Khaoendra Nath Das Gupta, Minister-in-charge of the Departmeni 
of WAks and Buildings and the Department of Housing. 

The Hon’hle Ajoy Kuhar Mukhebji, Minister-in-charge of the Department oi 
Irrigation and Waterways. 

The Hon'ble Hem Chandra Naskar, Minister-in-charge of the Department ol 
Fisheries and of the Forests Branch of the Department of Agriculture, Animal 
Husbandry and Forests. 

The Hon’ble Syma Prasad Barman, Minister-in-charge of the Department oi 
Excise. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Rafiuddin Ahmed, Minister-in-charge of the Department oi 
Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fordits except the Forests Branch. 

The Hon’ble Iswar Das Jalan, Minister-in-charge of the Department of Local 
Self-Government and Panchayats. 

The Hon’ble Bimal Chandra Sinha, Minister-in-charge of the Department of Land 
and Land Revenue. 

The Hon’ble Bbitpati Majumdar, Minister-in-charge of the Department of Commerce 
and Industries. 

The Hon’ble Siddhartha Sankar Roy, Minister-in-charge of the Judicial and 
Legislative and Tribal Welfare Departments. 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar, Minister-in-charge of the Department of Labour. 

♦The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Cmaudhuri, Minister-in-charge of the De- 
partment of Education. 


* Member of the West Bengal Legislative Council. 



MINiSTEB OF STATE 


The Hon’ble Pubabi Mukhopadhyay, Minister of State for the Jaill ’Branch of 
the Horae Department and for the Department of Refugee Relief and 
Rehabilitation. 

The Hon’ble Tabun Kanti (^osh, Minister of State for the Department^ of Deve* 
lopment and Refugee Rehabilitation. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy, Minister of State m charge of the Depart- 
ment of Health. 


DEPUTY MINISTERS 

Sj. Satish Chandra Ray Sinoha, Deputy Minister for the Transport Branch of 
the Horae Department. 

Sj. SouRiNDRA Mohan Misra, Deputy Minister for the Department of Education. 

Sj. Tknzin(+ Wanodi, Deputy Minister for the Department of Tribal Welfare. 

Sj. Smabajtt Bandyopadhyay, Deputy Minister for the Department of Agriculture, 
Animal Husbandry and Forests. 

Sj. Rajani Kanta Pbamanik, Deputy Minister for the Relief and Supplies Branches 
of the Department of Food, Relief and Supplies. 

♦Sj. Chittaranjan Roy, Deputy Minister for the Department of Co-operation, 
and Cottage and Small-Scale Industries. 

Janab Sykd Kazem Ali Meerza, Deputy Minister for the Department of 
Commerce and Industries. 

Janab Md. Zia-ul-huque, Deputy Minister for the Department of Health. 

Srijukta Maya Banerjee, Deputy Minister for the Department of Refugee Relief 
and Rehabilitation. 

Sj. Oharu Chandra Mahanty, Deputy Minister for the Food Branch of the Depart- 
ment of Food, Relief and Supplies. 

Sj. JagannATH Kolay. Deputy Minister for the Publicity Branch of the Home 
Department and Chief Government Whip. 

Sj. Naebahadub Oubcng, Deputy Minister for the Department of Labour. 


'Member of the West Bengal Legislative Cotinoil. 




WEST BENGAL LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 


PRINCIPAL OFFICERS AND OFFICIALS 
Thi Sptaktr The Hon'ble Sankardas Banerji. 


Otputy Sptakar . . Sj. Ashutosh Maluck. 


SECRETARIAT 

Secretary .. .. Sj. Ajita Ranjan Mukherjea, m.sc., b.l. 


Special Officer . . . . Sj. Chart; Chakdfa Chowdhuri, b.l., Advocate. 


Deputy Secretary . . . . Sj. A. K. Chunder, b.a. (hons.) (cal.), m.a., ll.r. 

(CANTAB.), ll.b. (dttbun), BarriRter-at-law. 

Asaistanl Secretary , . Sj. Am ya Kanta Niyooi, b.sc. 


Registrar . . Sj. Syamarada Banebjea, ll.b. 


Legal Assistant .. .. Sj. Bimalendu Chakravarty, b.com., b.l. 


Editor of Debates . . 


.. Sj. Khaoendrakatu Mukhebji, b.a., ll.b. 



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ALPHApETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 
A 

(1) Abdul Hameed, Hazi. [Hariharpur— Murshidabad.] 

(2) Abdulla Farooquie, Janab Shaikh. [Garden Reach — ^24-Pargana8.] 

(3) Abdus Sattar, Janab. [Ketugram — Burdwan.] 

(4) Abdus Shokur, Janab. [Canning — 24-Parganas.] 

(5) Abul Hashem, Janab. [Magrahat — 24-Parganas.] 

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(6) Badiruddin Ahmed, Hazi. [Raiganj — West Dinajpur.] 

(7) Badrudduja, Janab Syed. [Raninagar — Murshidabad.] 

(8) Bandyopadhyay, Sj. Khagendra Nath. [Kajnagar — Birbhum.] 

(9) Bandyopadhyay, Sj. Smarajit. [Haringhata — Nadia.] 

(10) Banerjee, Dr. Dhirendra Nath. [Balurghat — West Dinajpur.] 

(11) Banerjee, Sjkta. Maya. [Kakdwip — 24-ParganaH.] 

(12) Banerjee, Sj. Profulla Nath. (Basirhat — 24-Parganas.] 

(13) Banerjee, Sj. Subodh. [Joynagar — 24-Pargana.s.J 

(14) Banerjee, Dr. Sure.sli Chandra. [Chakdah— -Nadia.] 

(15) Banerji, Sj. Sankardas. [Tehatta — Nadia.] 

(16) Barman, Sj. Syama Prasad, [Raiganj — West Dinajpur.] 

(17) Basu, Sj. Abani Kumar. [Uluberia — Howrah.] 

(18) Basu, Sj. Amarendra Nath. [Burtolla South — Calcutta.] 

(19) Basu, Dr. Brindaboii Behari. [Jagatballavpur — Howrah.] 

(20) Basu, Sj. Chitto. [Bar.sat — 24-Pargana8.] 

(21) Basu, Sj. Gopal. [Naihati — 24-Pargana8.j 

(22) Basu, Sj. Hemanta Kumar. [Shanipukur — Calcutta.] 

(23) Basu, Sj. Jyoti. [Baranagar — 24-Pargana8.] 

(24) Basu, Dr. Monilal. [Bally — Howrah.] 

(26) Basu, Sj. Satindra Nath. [Gangarampur — West Dinajpur.] 

(26) Bera, Sj. Sasabindu. [Shyampur — Howrah.] 

(27) Bhaduri, Sj. Panchugopal. [Serampore — Hooghly.] 

(28) Bhagat, Sj. Budhu. [Mai — Jalpaiguri.] 

(29) Bhagat, Sj. Mangru. [Mai — Jalpaiguri.] 

(30) Bhandari, Sj. Sudhir Chandra. [Maheshtala — 24-Pargana8.] 

(31) Bhattaoharjee, Dr^ Kanailal. [HowTah South — Howrah.] 

(32) Bhattaoharjee, Sj. Panchanan. [Noapara — 24*Pargana8.] 

(33) Bhattaoharjee, Sj. Shyamapada. [Jangipur — Murshidabad.] 


itaads for Srijut, and Sjkta. staadi for Srijukta. 




ALFHABETICAL LIST OF MSltBEBS 


<34) Bhattlwharjee, Sj. Shyama Prasanna. [Sankrail— Howrah.] 

(35) Bhattaoharyya, Sj. Syamadas. [Panskura West^BCidnapore.] 

(36) Biswas, Sj. Manindra Bhusan. (Bongaon — 24-Pargana8.] 

(37) Blaj^che, Sj. C. L. [Nominated.] 

(38) Bose, Sj. Jagat. [Belighata — Calcutta.] 

(39) Bose, Dr. Maitreyee. [Fort — Calcutta.] 

(40) Bouri, Sj. Nepal. [Raghunathpur— Punilia.] 

(41) Brahmamandal, Sj. Debendra Nath. [Kalchini — Jalpaiguri.] 

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(42) Chakravarty, Sj. Bhabataran. fPatrasayer — Bankura.] 

(43) Chakra vorty, Sj. Jatindra Chandra, [Muchipara — Calcutta.] 

(44) Chatterjee, Sj. Basanta Lai. [Ithar — West Dinajpur.] 

(45) Chatterjee, Dr. Binoy Kumar, [Ranaghat — Nadia.] 

(46) Chatterjet‘, Sj. MihirDl. [Suri — Birlihum.] 

(47) ChatCbpadhyay, Sj. Bijoylal. [Karimpur — Nadia.] 

(48) Chattopadhyay, Sj. Dhinuiclra Nath. [Chhatna — Bankura.] 

(49) C'hattopadhyay, Dr. Hirendra Kumar. [Chandcrnagore — Hooghly.] 

(50) Chattopadhya}'. Dr. Satyendi'a Prahanna. [Mekliganj— Cooch Behar.] 

(51) Chattoraj, Dr. Radhanath. [Labpur — Birbhum.] 

(52) Chaiidhuri, Sj. Tarapada. [Katwa — Burdwan.] 

(53) Cliobey, Sj. Narayan. [Kharagpur — Blidnapore.] 

•(54) Chowdhury, Sj. Beuoy Krishna. [Burdwan — Burdwan.] 


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(55) Das, Sj. Anariga Mohan. [Mayna — Midnapore.j 

(56) Das, Dr. Bhusan Chandra. [Mathurapur — ^24*Pargana8.] 

(57) Das, Sj. Diirgapada. [Rampurliat — Birbhum.] 

(58) Da.s. Sj. Gobardhan, [Rampurhat — Biibhum.] 

(59) Da.s, Sj. Gokul Behari. [Onda— Bankura.] 

(60) Das, Dr. Kanailal. [Ausgram — Burdwan.] 

(61) Das, Sj. Khagendra Nath. [Falta — ^24>Pargana8.] 

(62) Das, Sj. Mahatab Chand. [Mahisadal — Midnapore.] 

(63) Das, Sj. Natendra Nath. [C’ontai North — Midnapore.] 

(64) Das, Sj. Radha Nath. [Dhaniakhali — Hooghly.] 

(65) Das, Sj. Sankar. [Ketugram — Burdwan.] 

(66) Das, Sj. Sisir Kumar. [Patashpore— Midnapore.] 

(67) Das, Sj. Sunil. [Rashbehari Avenue—Calcutta.] 

(68) Das Adhik«*y, Sj. Gopal Clumdra. [Sabong — Midnapore.] 

(69) Das Gupta, Sj. Khagendra Nath. [Jalpaiguri — Jalpaiguri.] 

(70) Dey, Sj. Haridas. [Santipur— Nadia.] 

(71) Dey, Sj. Kauai Lai. [Jangipara — ^Hooghly.] 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBlBfi' 


(72) Dey, Sj. Tarapada. [Domjttr — ^Howrah,] 

(73) Dbar, Sj. Dhireiidra Nath. [Taitola — Calcutta.] 

(74) Dhara, Sj. Haiwadhwaj. [Kulpi*— 24-Pargaiia8.] 

(75) Dhibar, Sj. Pramatha ^ath. [Galsi — Burdwan.] 

(76) Digar, Sj. Kiran Chandra. [Vishmipur — Bankura.] 

(77) Digpati, Sj. Panchanan. [Khanakul — Hooghly.] 

(78) Dolui, Dr. Harendra Nath. [Ghatal — Midnapore.] 

(79) Dutt, Dr. Beni Chandra. [Howrah East — Howrah.] 

(80) Dutta, Sjkta. Sudharani. [Raipur — Bankura.] 

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(81) Elias Razi, Janab. [Harishchandrapur — Malda.] 

F 

(82) Fazlur Rahman, Janab S. M. [Nakashipara — Nadia.] 

G 

(83) Qangub, Sj. Ajit Kumar. [Bongaon — 24-ParganaB.] 

(84) Ganguli, Sj. Amal Kumar. [Bagnan — Howrah.] 

(85) Gayen, Sj. Brindaban. [Mathurapur — 24-Pargana8.] 

(86) Ghatak, Sj. Shib Das. [Asansol — Burdwan.] 

(87) Ghosal, Sj. Hemanta Kumar. [Hasnabad — 24*Parganas.] 

(88) Ghose, Dr. Prafulla Chandra. [Mahisadal— Midnapore.] 

(89) Ghosh, Sj. Bejoy Kumar. [Berhampore — Murshidabad.] 

(90) Ghosh, Sj. Ganesh. [Belgachia — Calcutta.] 

(91) Ghosh, Sjkta, Labanya Prova. [Purulia — Purulia.] 

(92) Ghosh, Sj. Parimal. [Beldanga — ^Murshidabad.] 

(93) Ghosh, Sj. Tarun Kanti. [Habra — 24-Parganas.] 

(94) Golam Soleraan, Janab. [Jalangi — Murshidabad.] 

(95) Golam Yazdani, Dr. [Kharba-Malda ] 

(96) Gupta, Sj, Nikunja Behari. [MaWa— Malda.] 

(97) Gupta, Sj, Sitarara. [Bhatpara— 24-Pargana8.] 

(98) Gurung, Sj. Narbahadur. [Kalimpong— Darjeeling.] 

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(99) Hafiziir Rahaman, Kazi, [Bhagabangola— Murshidabad.] 

(100) Haidar, Sj. Kul)er Chand. [Jangipiir — Murshidabad.] 

(101) Haidar, Sj, MaHknanda. [Nakashipara — Nadia.] 

(102) Haider, Sj. Ramanuj. [Diamond Harbour— 24-Parganas. ] 

(103) Haider, Sj. Renupada, [Joynagar— 24.Pargana8.] 

(104) Hamal, Sj. Bhadra Bahadur. [Jore Baiigalow— Darjeeling.] 



iffiPHABETICAX UOT OF MEMBEM 


(105) Hansda, Sj. Jagatpati. [Gopiballatpur— Midnain re.] 

(106) Hansda, Sj. Turku. [Suri — Birbhum.] 

(107) Hasda, Sj. Jamadar. [Bihpur — ^Midnapore.J 

(108) Hasda, Sj. Lakshan Chandi*a. [Gangarampur — West Dinajpur.] 

(109) rfazra, Sj. Parbati. [Tarakeswar — ^Hooghly]. 

( 1 ] 0) Hazra, Sj . Monoran j an . [Uttarpara — Ht)oglily j 

(111) Hembram, Sj. Kamalakanta. [Chhatna — Hatikiira.] 

(112) Hoare, Sjkta. Auiina. [Kalchiiii — Jalpaigiiri.] 

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(113) Jalan, Sj. Iswar Das. [Barabazar — Calcutta.] 

(114) Jana. Sj. Mrityunjuy. [Klmragpur Iiocal— Midnapore.] 

(115) Jehangir Kabir, Janab. [Haroa — 24-Parganas ) 

(116) Jha, Sj. Benarashi Prosiid. [Kulti — Burdwan.] 

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(117) Kar, Sj. Bankim Ch indra. (Howrah WVst — Howrah.] 

(118) Kar Mahapatra, Sj. Bhuban Chandra. [Egra — Midnapore.] 

(I ltd Kazem Ali Meerza, Janab Syed. [I^algola — Murshidabad.J 

(120) Khan, Sjlita. Aijali. [Midnapore — Midnapore.] 

(121) Khan, Sj. G.irupada. [Patrasayer — Bankura.J 

(122) Kolay, Sj. Jagannath. [Kotulpur — Bankura.j 

(123) Konar, Sj. Hare Krishna. [Kalna — Burdwan.j 

(124) Kundu, Sjkta. Abhalata. [Bhatar — Burdwan.) 

L 

(125) Lahiri, Sj. Somnath. [Alipore — Calcutta.] 

(126) Lutfal Hoque, Janab. [Suti — Murshidabad.] 

M 

(127) Mahanty, Sj. Cham Chandra, [Dantan — Midna}H>re.J 

(128) Mahata, Sj. Mahendra Nath. [Jhargram — Midnapore.] 

(129) Mahata, Sj. Surendra Nath. [Gopiballavpur — Midna]K>re.] 

(130) Mahatu, Sj. Bhim Chandra. [Balararapur — Panilia,] 

(131) Mahato, Sj. Debendra Nath. [Jhalda — Purulia.] 

(132) Mahato, Sj. Sagar Chandra. [Arsha — Purulia.] 

(133) Mahato, Sj. Satya Kinkar. [Man bazar — Purulia.] 

(134) Mohibur Rahaman Choudhury, Janab. [K»ilia(‘hak-~Malda.] 

(135) Maiti, Sj. Siibodh (’handra. [Xambgram North — Midnaporc^.J 
('I3t'0 Majhi, Sj. Budhan. [Kashipur — Purulia.] 

(137) Majhi, Sj. Cliaitan [Manbazar — Purulia.] 

(138) Majhi, Sj. Jamadar. [Kalna — Burdwan.j 

(139) Majhi, Sj. Leclu. (Kaishipur — Purulia.] 



M«rBA15J!iTiU4JLi 245:X' m 


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<140) Majhi, Sj. Niahapati. [Rajanagar*— Birbhum.] 

(141) Majhi, Sj. Gobinda Charan. [Amta East — ^Howrah.] 

(142) Majumdar, Sj. Apurba Lai. [Sankrail — ^Howrah.] 

<143) Majumdar, Sj. Bhupati. [Chinsura— Hooghly.j 

(144) Majumdar, Sj. Byomkes. [Bhad^eswar — Hooghly.] 

(145) Majumdar, Dr. Juanendra Nath. [Ballygunge — Calcutta.] 

(146) Majumder, Sj. Jagannath. [Kriehnagar — ^Nadia.] 

(147) Mallick, Sj. Ashutosh. [Onda — Bankura.] 

(148) Mandal Sj. Bijoy Bhusan. [Uluberia — Howrah.] 

(149) Mandil, Sj. Krishna Prasad. [Kharagpur Local — Midnapore.] 

(150) Mandal, Sj. Sudhir. [Kandi — ^Murshidabad.] 

(151) Mandal, Sj. Umesh Chandra. [Dinhata — Cooch Behar.] 

(152) Mardi, Sj. Hakai. [Balurghat — ^West Dinajpur.] 

(153) Maziruddin Ahmed, Janab. [Cooch Behar — Cooch Behar.] 

(154) Mazumdar. Sj. Satyendra Narayan. [Siliguri — Darjeeling.] 

(155) Misra, Sj. Monoranj.in. [Sujaporo— Malda.] 

(156) Misra, Sj, Sowrindra Mohan. [Ratua — ^Malda.] 

(157) Mitra, Sj. Haridas. (Tollygunge — (-alc^utta.] 

(158) Mitra, Sj. Satkari, [Khardah — 24-Parg mas.] 

(159) Modak, Sj. Bijoy Krishna. [Balagarh — Hooghly.] 

(16(») Modak. Sj. Xirnnj.-.n. [Nithadvvip— Nidia ] 

(lt)l) Mohaniinad Afa(pu‘. fFanal) Choudhury. |''niopra — We.d ])ioaj])ur,] 
(162) Mohanunad (rias id(li!i. Janab. [Farakka — Murshidabad.] 

(I6.‘i) Mohammed Israil, Janab. [Naoda — Murshidabad.] 

(164) Mondal. Sj. Amarendra. |Jiimuria — Burduan.] 

(165) Mondal. Sj. Baidy.iii.ith. [Jamuria — Bunhwin.] 

(166) Mondal, Sj. Bhikan. [ Bliagabanpur — Midnap-ae.] 

(167) Mondal. Sj. Dhwajadhari. [Ondal — Bnrdwan.j 

(168) Mundal. Sj. Haraii (Chandra. (Sandeshkhali — 24-PHrgana8.] 

(169) Mondal. Sj. Kajkrishna. [Hasnabad— 24-Paipinas ] 

(170) Mondal, Sj. Sislviram. [Bankura — Bankura.] 

(171) Muhammad Ishaque, Janab. [Swarapnagar~24-Pargana8.] 

(172) Mukherjee, Sj. Bankim. [Budge Budge — 24-Parganas.] 

(173) Mukherjee, Sj. Dhirendra Narayan. [Dhaniakhali — Hooghly.] 

(174) Mukherjee*, Sj. Pijus Kanti, [Alipurduars — Jalpaiguri.] 

(175) Mukherji, Sj. Ajoy Kumar. [Tamluk — ^Midnapore.] 

(176) Mukh<«padhyay, Sj. Ananda Gropal. [Ondal — Burdwan.] 

(177) Mukhopadhyay, Sjkta. Parabi. [Vishuimpur — Bankura.] 

(178) Mukhopadhyay, Sj. Rabindra Nath. [Behala— 24-Parganas.] 

(179) Mukhopadhyay, Sj. Samar. [Howrah North — Howrah.] 

(180) Mulliok Chowdhury, Sj. Suhri^. [Sukea Street — Calcutta,] 

(181) Murmu, Sj. Jadu Nath. [Raipur — Bankura.] 

(182) Murmu, Sj. Matla. [Malda — Malda.] 

(183) MoEaffar Hussain, Janab. [Goaljiokher — ^West Dinajpur.] 



ALPHABSnCAL UST OF IfFMSBRS 


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^184) Nahar, Sj. Bijoy Singh. [Chowrinj^iee — Calcutta.} 

<185) Naskar, Sj. Ardhendu Shekhar. [Magrahat — 24-Pargana8.] 

<186) )faskar, Sj. Gangadhar. [Baruipur — 24-Pargana8.] 

<187) Naskar, Sj. Hem Chandra. [Bhangar — 24-Pargana8.] 

<188) Naskar, Sj. Khagendra Nath. [Canning — 24-Pargana8.] 

(189) Noronha, Sj. Clifford. [Nominated.} 

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(190) Obaidul Ghani, Dr. Abu Asad Md. [Entelly — Calcutta.] 

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<191) Pakray, Sj. Gobardhan. [Raina — Burdwan.] 

<192) Pal, Sj. Provakar. [Singur — Hooghly.] 

<193) Pal, Dr. Radhakrishna. [Arambagh — Hooghly.] 

(194) Pal, Sj. Ras Behari. jOontai South — Midnapore.] 

(195) Panda, Sj. Basanta Kumar. [Bhagabanpur — Midnapore.] 

(196) Panda, Sj. Bhupal Chandra. [Nandigram South — Midnapore.] 
(li^7) Pandey, Sj. Sudhir Kumar. [Binpur — Midnapore.] 

(19S) Panja, Sj. Bhabaniranjan. [Daspur—Midnapore.] 

(19!)) Pati, Dr. Mohini Mohan. [Debra — Midnapore.] 

(2(K)) Pemantle, Sjkta. Olive. [Nominated.] 

(2()1) Patel, Sj. R. E. [Nominated.] 

(202) Poddar, Sj. Anandilall. [Jorasanko—Calcutta.] 

(203) Pramanik, Sj, Rajani Kanta. [Panskura West- -Midnapore.] 

(204) Pramanik, Sj. Sarada Prasad. [Mathabhanga — Coooh Behar.] 

(205) Prasad, Sj. Rama Shankar. [Beliaghata— Calcutta.] 

(206) Prodhan, Sj. Trailokyanath. jRamnagar — Midnapore.] 

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(207) Kafiuddin Aluned, Dr. [Deganga — 24*Pargana8.] 

(208) Rai, Sj. Deo Prakash. [Darjeeling — ^Darjeeling.] 

(209) Raikut, Sj. Sarojendra Deb. [Jalpaiguri — Jalpaiguri.] 

(210) Roy, Dr. Anath Bandhu. [Bankura — Bankura.] 

(211) Ray, Sj. Arabinda. [Amta West — Howrah.] 

(212) Ray, Sj. Jaineswar. [Mainaguri — Jalpaiguri.] 

(213) Ray, Dr. Narayan Chandra. [Vidyasagar — Calcutta.] 

(214) Roy, Sj. Nepal. [Jorabagan — Calcutta.] 

<215) Ray, Sj. Phakir Chandra. [Galsi— Burdwan.] 

(216) Ray Chaudhuri, Sj. Sudhir Chandra. [Bortala North — Calcutta.] 

(217) ^oy, Sj. Atul Krishna. [Deganga— 24-Farganaa.] 

<218) Roy, Sj. Bhakta Chandra. [Manteswar — Burdwan.] 

<219) Roy, Dr. Bidhan Chandra. [Bowbaaar — Calcutta.] 

<220) Roy, Dr. Pabitra Mohan. [Dam Dorn — 24>Pargaaas.] 



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A£PHAmTi€AL iffiT OF mumm 


(221) Roy, Sj. Pravash Chandra. [Bishlltipur — 24-Parganafi.j 

(222) Boy, Sj. Kabindra Nath. [Biahnupur— 24-Parganas.] 

(223) Roy, Sj. Saroj. [Garbettar—MidiM^ore.] 

(224) Roy, Sj. Siddhartha Sankar. [Bhowanipur — Calcutta.] ^ 

(225) Roy Choudhury, Sj. Khagendra*^ Kumar. [Baniipur — 24-Pargana8.]; 

(226) Roy Singha, Sj. Satish Chandra. [Cooch Bohar — Cooch Behar.] 

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(227) Saha, Dr. Biswanath. [Jangipara — Hooghly.] 

(228) Saha, Sj. Dhaneswar. [Ratua — Malda.] 

(229) Saha, Dr. Sisir Kumar. [Nalhati — Birbhum.] 

(230) Sahifl, Sj. Nakul Chandra. [Puruliar— Punilia.] 

(231) Sarkar, Sj. Araarendra Nath. [Bolpur — Birbhum.] 

(232) Sarkar, Dr. Lakahman Chandra. [Ghatal — Midnapore.] 

(233) Sen, Sj. Deben. [Coaaipore — Calcutta.] 

(234) Sen, Sjkta. Manikimtala. [Kalighat*— Calcutta.] 

(235) Sen, Sj. Narendra Nath. [Ekbalpur — Calcutta.] 

(236) Sen, Sj. Prafulla Chandra. [Khanakul — Hooghly.] 

(237) Sen, Dr. Ranendra Nath. [Manicktola — Calcutta.] 

(238) Sen, Sj. Santi Gk)pal. [English Bazar — Malda.] 

(239) Sengupta, Sj. Niranjan. [Bijpur — 24-Parganas.] 

(240) Shukla, Sj. Krishna Kumar. [Titagarh — 24-Pargana8.] 

(241) Singha Deo, Sj. Shankar Naraj^an. [Raghunathpur — Purulia.] 

(242) Sinha, Sj, Bimal Chandra. [Kandi — Murahidabad.] 

(243) Sinha, Sj. Durgapada. [Murahidabad — Murahidabad.] 

(244) Sinha, Sj. Phanis Chandra. [Karandighi— West Dinajpur.] 

(245) Sinha Sarkar, Sj., Jatindra Nath. [Tufanganj — Cooch Behar.] 

T 

(246) Tah, Sj. Dasarathi. [Raina — Burdwan.j 

(247) Taher Hoaaain, Janab. [Mirapur— Burdwan ] 

(248) Talukdar, Sj. Bhawani Praaanna. [Dinhata — Cooch Behar.] 

(249) Tarkatirtha, Sj. Bimalananda. [Purbaathali— Burdwan ] 

(250) Thakur, Sj. Pramatha Ranjan. [Haringhata— Nadia.] 

(251) Trivedi, Sj. Goalbadan. [Bharatpur — Murahidabad.] 

(252) Tudu, Sjkta. Tuaar. [Garbetta — Midnapore.] 

W 

(253) Wangdi, Sj. Tenzing. [Siliguri — Darjeeling,] 

Y 

(254) Yoakuh Hoaaain, Janab Mahammad. [Nalhati — Birbhum.] 

Z 

(255) Zia-Ul-Huque, Janab Md. [Baduria— 24-ParganaB.] 



^4-^1) — 5 p.m.] 


JOINT SITTING 

Monday, the 17th February, 1958 


JoinU Sitting of the West Bengal Legielative Assembly and Ifie West 
Bengal L^islative Gotmeil, assemblea together under the pfoelifons ef 
the Constitution of India. 

The West Bengal Tiegislative Assembly and the West Bengal Legislative 
^'oinicil liiei in the liegislative Chumher of the Legislative Buildings, 
Calcutta, on Monday, the ITth February, 1958, at 4-30 }).ni. 

Present: 

Mr. Speaker (the Hou’ble Sankardas Bank«ji), Mr. Chairman (the 
Hon’ble Dr. Suniti KrM\u Cn.m'KRn) and Meniheis of both Chambers were 
present, excepting the ()j>position Members. 

r^fr. Chairnian and Mr Speaker received the (lovernor in the centre of 
the inner square under the small dome in the vestibule where a procession 
tormed in the fo1!(»\\ing cu-der: 



Morshall 


Special Officer 

1 

Secretary 

Deputy Secretary 

Chaiiiiian 

Governor 

Speaker 

Secretary to the 

Governor 

A.D.C. 


All present then rose as the procession entered the C’harnber and remained 
>t. Hiding until the Goveinor took her seat. 

The (lovernor then ascended the dais by the steps on the right and the 
(diairman and the Speaker occupied seats to the right and left of the 
Governor, lespectively. ] 

The Governor addressed tlie meiubers of the Legislature as follows: — 
‘’Members of the West Bengal Legislature, 

In welcoming you to the first session of the year J offer you niy cordial 
grc(‘tiiigs. The year 1957 that has gone by was not without its share of 
natural calamities and tribulation for our people, and the year that is 
unf(dding before us may hold further ordeals. I am, however, confident 
tliai \(»u, in whom tlie jicople have reposed their trust, will be able to meet 
file challenge and that your wisdom will guide the nation in the right path, 

^luch has been said in recent weeks ahour our food problem and I 
propose to start my address today by placing before you the facts of the 
f'^od situation. Last year there was a drought of unusual severity. The 
monsoon came late and wlien it did come it was totally inadequate. The 
drought damaged the standing Babi crops like wheat, gram, pulses, etc. 
The winter rice crop (Aman) also suffered a severe set-hack both in acreage 
and yield this year. According to the final forecast, the net outturn of 
Aman rice is 34.92 lakh tons. To this may be added the expected net 
production of 3.51 lakh tons of Aus and Boro rice and 1.0*2 lakh tons of other 
cereals like wheat which are harvested later in the year. Thus the total 
net production of cereals in the State available for consumption in 1958 rill 



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[ITth Feu., 


be S9.5 lakh tons. The population of West Bengal will reach almost three 
crores this vear and its consumption fe(|iiiimn«nt at the rate of 15.3 oz. per 
capita per aay comes to 46.45 lakh tons. There will, therefore, be a cereal 
deficit during 1958 of nearly seven lakh tons. My Government have asked 
the Centre for a supply of 5.6 lakh tons of rice during 1958, but in nil 
probability we shall get only a part of this quantity. We expect to meet 
^e balance r^uiretneut of cereals^by wheat which the Centre can %upply 
without any difficulty. If people Would only alter their food hahib slightly 
and eat niofe wheat and less rice, there should be no difficulty in tiding over 
the situation. 

Meanwhile, my Government have undertaken and propose to undertake 
a number of measures to meet the food situation, the more important ones 
being as follows: 

{a) To start with, surplus areas were brought under movement control. 
Bice and paddy were allowed to move out of these zones on a 
permit system to feed deficit areas. Deficit areas were alsa 
brought under movement control in order to prevent rice and 
paddy moving out of these areas. Siuh cordons have now been 
done away with recently and free movement is now permitted 
throughout the State subject to two qualifications. One is that 
export of foodgrains from West Bengal has been banned. The 
other is that while the flow of foodgrnins into Calcutta will be 
free, no export of these from Calcutta will be permitted. 

(b) Under the Essential Commodities Act, 1955, rice mills in certain 

specified areas have been directed to sell to the State Government 
one-quarter of their production at prices fixed by the Govern- 
ment of India. The mills are free to sell the balance to the 
public. My Government expect to procure two lakh tons of rice 
during the year, and, for this purpose, the Government of India 
have been approached for an immediate advance. Meanwhile, 
procurement has been undertaken with a cash-credit account 
opened with the State Bank of India. 

(c) Modified Rationing has been introduced in Calcutta as well as in 

other deficit areas of the State covering thirty lakhs of people. 
More than nine thousand Modified Ration Shops are selling rice 
and wheat at controlled prices on family ration cards at the rate 
of one seer of rice and one seer of wheat per adult per week. 

My Government are anxious that the food problem should not be looked 
at from the point of view of party politics. Accordingly my Government 
have constituted a broad-based “Food and Relief Advisory Committee” with 
my Chief Minister as the Chairman and thirty other members including 
representatives of all parties in the State Legislature. 

T^ prolonged drought last year to which I referred affected a large 
area in the State. My Government undertook extensive relief measures in 
the afflicted areas. During the current financial year about Rs. 1.3 crores 
have been advanced to the cultivators of those areas as agricultural loans. 
Distressed population were given doles of over Rs. 94 lakhs. A large 
number of relief works was undertaken giving employment to 1.11 lakh 
people per month. This eased the situation considerably. 

During 1957 the rate of influx of displaced persons from East Pakistan 
inlo West Bengal abated considerably. Taking the whole year a little over 
nine thousand such persons came to 'West Bengal as against about two and 
a half lakhs in 1956. My Government are reviewing the entire position of 
relief and rehabilitation in West Bengal. The number of refugees in camps 



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is now 265.600, and the majority of them are agriculturists. The settlement 
of a very larffe proportion of them k not possible in this State because of 
the paucity of land which can be accmired for resettlement purposes. The 
Union Ministry of Kehabilitation had accordingly arranged to rehabilitate 
as many campers as possible in other States. During 1957 nearly five 
thousand such refugees were sent to diffeivut States such as Madhya 
Pradesh, Bihar, etc. A suitable area has I'ecently been located in Mysore, 
and the Mysore Governnient are preparing u scheme for the settlement of 
about 600 refugee families there. The Dtmtlakaranya Scheme of the 
Government of India has been given a start and tlie project has been placed 
under the charge of an experienced ofiicer from the Punjab. 

For better supervision of rehabilitation work, tlie State has been divided 
into six zones. It is proposed to place eacli zone under one Zonal Officer 
whose primary duty will be to implement and exi)edite all schemes for the 
economic rehabilitation of the displaced families. Two such officers have 
already joined their posts. 

The problem of the material and mental rehabilitation of refugees is an 
extremely complicated one, and, 1 am sure, you will agree that it should 
not be looked at from a narrow political angle. Economic rehabilitation 
is only a part of the task; far more difficult is their psychological rehabilita- 
tion as to reawaken in them self-confidence, courage and hope so as to 
Tnake them useful citizens of the future. I appeal to all the parties, 
irrespective of their political creed, to co-operate in finding a satisfactory 

If we are to achieve our goal of a higher standard of living for the com- 
non man, the successful implementation of the Se(‘ond Five-Year Plan is a 
paramount necessity. We are now at the fag-end of the second year of this 
Plan. Its total estimated outlay for five years is Rs. 167.7 crores. One of 
tiie major difficulties in the execution of the Plan has been the considerable 
shortfall in the assistance promised by the Centre. However, my Govern- 
ment are making vigorous efforts to narrow the gap. 

Many and varied are the schemes formulated in the Second Plan cover- 
ing all aspects of our national life and I have time to refer to only a few of 
tliese. Ope of the most important of these schemes is the Community 
Development Project which has considerably expanded its sphere of owra* 
tion. Two-fifths of the rural area as well as of the population of this State 
is now covered by it. As you are aware, this project aimg at improvement 
in all the important sectors of rural life. Thus the work of educatinjf the 
villagers in improved methods and techniques of agriculture was continued 
and considerable quantities of seeds and fertilizers were distributed. 
Assistance was given to village arts and crafts through the provision of loans 
and training facilities. A large number of w^ells and tube-wells were sunk 
for the sup^y of pure drinking water, and medical aid and care were render- 
ed through health centres and mobile medical units. To provide facilities 
for adult education, a number of Social Education Centres were established 
during the year. These centres serve as forums for the villagers to meet 
a ad discuss their current problems and development plans. Under the 
local development works scheme, Rs. 41.86 lakhs are being contributed by 
the local people and an equal amount has been allocated by Governmenl for 
the purpose during the current financial year. This scheme is designed to 
inculcate the spirit of self-help. 

There has been substantial expansion of electrification during 1957. 
More loan a hundred centres were started during the year for the purpose of 
supplying electric energy to the undeveloped rural areas. The North Grid 



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AssEMBwr moQmDims 


[17th Feb., 


distended further to Murahidebad district. The Kharagpur-Jliargram 
TimmisBioB Line is almost complete. A number of towns sucli oe Kandi, 
Tamlnk and Ohatal have been electrified. 

My Government recognise the fact that agriculture is still the core of 
our economy. It is, therefore, gratifying to note that considerable 
progress has been recorded in the field of agriculture. Steps being 
taken to supply the State with inmroved seeds. With this object in view 
ii has been decided to establish 200 Thana Seed Farms. It is expected 
that >6 such farms will be in production before the end of the Kharif 
season of 1958. About a lakh and a quarter inaunds of improved seeds and 
twenty-two lakh maunds of fertilizers were distributed last year. About 
one lakh cultivators have been supplied with packets of Dhaincha seeds for 
raising their own green manure seeds for use next year. 

During the last year eft'orts were made to increase the area under the 
•Tapaiiese inethod of paddy cultivation. Mention may also he made of the 
l,0(J0-acre Sisal Farm at Rajanagur in Birbhum district. The work there 
!s progressing satisfactorily. Trials <*arried out have indicated ihat the 
‘‘Ramie” plant c-an he siu'cessfully grown in North Bengal. Fibres from 
this plant have been cottouized and yarn of (It) counts has been spun from 
the Anihar Charka. This fibre appears to have a great potentiality in 
textile industry. 

Special attention is being paid to livestock development. There has 
been free distribution of improved bulls for breeding. The total number of 
artificial insemination centres is now 90. A new poultry multiplication 
centre has been started at Kalimpong. Thirty veterinary hospitals are now 
functioning in the State. 

The Greatei’ Calcutta Milk Supply Scheme is now in the third phase of 
its deveiopuient. The volume of milk handled has now reached 52,000 lbs. 
a day. For the disposal of increased output of milk, distribution depots 
In the cit,v have been increa.Hed. The execution of this milk scheme has 
been of immense benefit to the people of Calcutta where the supply of pure 
liiilk at a cheap rate has ahsays been a difficult problem. Nearly three 
thousand animals liave been evacuated from the Calcutta khatals and 
ac'‘oinniodated in the Milk (‘olony. 

M\ Government continue to take steps for the conservation and ipaprove- 
meal of the forest wealth of this State. Aftorestation of about six 
thousand acres of land has ]>een effected during l95t>-57. 

Tlie ])rogramme of road construction in the Second Five-Year Plan 
covers a total length of 4.0(H1 miles. During 1950-57 , 425 miles of new 
roads were completed, and a furtlier length of 400 miles will he completed 
l y the end of the present financial year. 

We are now reaping some benefits from our completed irri^tion schemes 
and more are in the proi ess of execution. During tlie last Kharif season, 
the Mayurakslii Reservoir Project irrigated about three and a half lakh 
.‘icres of land. The new area brought under irrigation by the Damodar 
Valley Project is about a lakh acres. Sonarpur-Arapanch and Bagjola 
Drainage Scliemes have reclaimed half a lakh acres of water-logged area 
where cultivation was not ]m*vioualy possible. As regards the Kangsahati 
Project, technical details such as alignment and design of the dam are about 
to be finalized in consultation with the Central Water and Power Commis- 
si(m. The work of rerlamatign of the Etuberia and Kalaheria Khals in 
Miduupore district is progressing well and will benefit more than eighty 
tlioiisaad acres of land. 



GOYERNOR'S SPEECH 


5 


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As fish is an important article of diet of the people of tliis State, tke 
augmentation of tisbi production is very necessary. Steps have been taken 
t.> e^tpand the inland fisheries of the State. The target under the Second 
Plan 18 production of 14 lakh maunds of fish per annum. Loans are being 
given to fishermen's co-operatives to purchase boats and fishing nets. 

Thert was further expansion of medical facilities in the State during 
1957. The number of beds in Government hospitals now stands at 16,57v 
as against 13,47'.2 in 1948. The Development Schemes for the expansion of 
district and subdivisional hospitals are being pursued. Compared to only 
three health centres in 1948 there are at present about three hundred such 
centres. The Infectious Diseases Hospital in Cahmtta has started function- 
ing. The construction of the new Dhubulia Tubereiilosis Hospital with 
].()()() beds has siaited. The total nuinher (d’ ehest clinics now functioning 
is 36. Government sam tinned tlie cstahlishiueiit of 18 new Family Plau- 
ning-cum-Maternity and Child IVelfare Centres during the year. Malaria 
control work was carried out h\ a uumher of Malaria Control Cnits, and the 
incidence of malaria is now ^^ell under check. 

My Government aie iakitm- ,s^ep^ to improve the water-supply and sani- 
tation of the State. \Va1<‘r->uj)pl> schemes are being prepared in eleven 
municipal areas. Tvo thousand atul seven hundred water-sui)ply sources 
\;erb (amstrueted in niial area>. relief eamps and colonies last year. 

ICducation has made l)aLim‘Ci] progress during the year in all the sectors 
— 'piimary, set'oudaA, iiniversiix and technical. The niimher of students in 
ilie institutions of all these sectors is now more than double of what it was 
in 1947-48. The salary scales of teachers in primary sehool.s have been 
impioved ahhougli not t(» llie desired extent due to financial difficulties. 
Hcorganisation of secondary tMlucation has proceeded according to the 
National Plan ajiproved In the Government of India. So far, 97 high 
s(diools have been ujigraded into 11-year .schools, and diversified courses 
have been introduced in 'JVJ schools. The salary scales of teachers in 
Secondary schools have aKo been improved. The average salary of a teacher 
in >f\de.s hitlierto ajiproxed has been doubled in .some cases and increased by 
f'ne and a half times in other ca.ses involving an additional annual expendi- 
ture by Government of Rs. ^2 lakhs. Moreover, (iovernment liave agreed 
t f hear the (Mitiie cost of the training approved teachers in aided secondary 
liools. 

With the help of the Ministrv of Rehabilitation, Government of India, 
si.\ new colleges were* set up last year. Three new colleges have been 
saiiclioned in the current \ear, on<* of which will be exclusively for women. 
My Government have also set up four new college.s on a sponsored ])a.si8 — 
two for women and two for men. 

There has also been a significant exjiansion of technical (ulucatiou 
facilities. The annual intake at the Tadavpur Gollege of Engineering and 
Tecitnology and Bengal Engineering College has been doubled, and certain 
n-nv cour.ses of study have lieen introduced. Besides these training courses 
for degrees and diplomas, (iovernment have started technical training of 
trade school standard, and certificate.s are given to successful candidates. 
The total number of trainees for the degree, diploma and certificate courses 
will be nearly twenty-five thousand. With the helf» of a munificent 
donation an Engineering College for training junior e.vecutires has been 
t tken up at the premises known a.s ‘Tiiiierald Bower^’ on Barrackpore Trunk 
Hoad. 

I am happy to observe that there ha.s been great improvement in labour 
luitnagemem relations during 1957. Disputes there have been, but, there 
has been an indication of a growing tendency to settle .such disputes through 
A-2 



6 


ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS 


[17th Feb., 


conciliation or adjudication. As a result, tlie number of man-days lost 
declined from 18.1 lakhs in 1956 to 10.3 lakhs in 1957. The coiUmercial 
bank employees’ strike in September last created a crisis resulting in great 
ilUK>nvenience to the public. Fortunately it was called off at the interven- 
tion of the Chief Minister. The question of rationalisation of jute mills 
became prominent last year. It is true that unless the mills modernise 
their machinery and technique, they will not be able to meet world 
competition. At the same time it is equally obvious that a considerable 
body of workmen may be thrown out of employment following such 
rationalisation. My Government attach importance to the human aspect of 
the matter, and have decided that rationalisation can be permitted only to 
the extent that it does not throw workmen out of employment. A 
Committee has, therefore, been set up to ensure the implementation of this 
policy. 

A notable development during last year was the formation of the 
Tripartite Labour Advisory Board with the Labour Minister as its Chair- 
man. This will provide a high-level forum for discussion of all important 
matters concerning labour in the State. 

Thirty Labour Welfare Centres are being run by Government to provide 
educational and recreational facilities to the workers and their children. 

1 may point out that there has been a considerable improvement in the 
earnings of the workers as a result of the decisions of the Labour Tribunals 
and Minimum Wage Committees appointed from time to time by my 
Government. It is estimated that the average earnings of a factory worker 
per annum now are about double of what they were in 1947. Nevertheless, 
18 it equally true that in many industries there is a wide disparity in the 
amenities enjoyed by the managerial class on the one hand and the work- 
men on the other. This is not conducive to a feeling of solidarity and 
co-partnership by which alone can production be maximized in an industry. 
I appeal to the employers in their own enlightened self-interest to bridge 
this gulf between plenty and penury. 

As most of the big industries are being controlled by the Government of 
India, the State Government have been left mainly with the responsibility 
of developing cottage and small-scale industries. My Government have 
planned an expenditure of Rs. 4.4 crores on these in the Second Five-Year 
Plan. Numerous schemes relating to the production of improved silk 
cocoons, silk yarn and fibres, hand-made paper, mats, cutlery, ceramic 
products, sports goods, locks, etc., are in operation. A sports goods train- 
ing-cum-production centre, a toy making centre and a training-cum-produc- 
tion centre for coir industry have been opened. A brass and bell-metal 
rolling plant, three wood industry units, two pottery unitg and several 
“Ghani” oil units have been established. 

As regards large-scale industries, I may mention that the construction 
of Durgapur Coke Oven Plant is nearing completion, and it is expected to 
go into production by October this year. Land for a cotton spinning mill 
at Kalyani has been purchased and an experienced Works Manager 
appointed. The Government of India recently decided to establish an 
oprioal glass manufacturing plant and a mining machinery plant at Durga- 
pur. Of the six industrial estates projected in the Second Plan construc- 
tion work has been taken up in Kalyani and Baruipur Estates. 

My Government realize that the resuscitation of rural economy lies 
mainly through co-operative effort and are, therefore, encouraging the 
co-operative movement in all possible ways. During 1957-58, a sum of 
Bs. 1 15 lakhs has been distributed through co-operative societies as crop 



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7 


[(MB and 250 primary credit societies are expected to be organised. 
Fnnrteen Land Mortgage Banks have been planned, out of wbicb eWen 
b4ve started functioning. 

Tlie mounting pressure of population and tlie large number of young men 
wbo are getting qualified every year from our educational institutions have 
aggravated the unemployment problem. Although new schemes under the 
Second Five-Year Plan have created new avenues of employment, their 
number fall far short of the requirements. Various steps are being tak^ 
by the Government to solve this unemployment problem. I may refer in 
this connection to our State Transport organization which has given 
employment to 6,350 persons, most of whom are refugees. It has a fleet of 
534 vehicles and carries 68 lakhs of passengers every day. A briok 
manufacturing scheme is in operation at Durgapur and 1,600 young men 
have found work there. More than a crore and a half of bricks have mready 
been manufactured. 

My Government are making great effort to relieve the housing shortage 
in Calcutta and elsewhere. Under the Subsidized Industrial Housing 
Scheme, 780 tenements have been completed as a State undertaking; 
private employers and the Calcutta Improvement Trust have so far constniot- 

600 and 660 tenements respectively. Two projects for the construction 
of 1,184 tenements under the Slum Clearance Scheme have been sanctioned 
by Government of India and are expected to be completed by March, 1969. 
Five hundred houses have been completed under the Kalyani Housing 
Scheme. Under the “Build Your Own House” Scheme villagers them- 
selves have manufactured 12 crores of bricks and have completed 8,OOiD 
houses. Ten thousand more houses are being built. Under the Low 
Income Group Housing Scheme, loans amounting to Rs. 1.20 crores have 
been sanctioned for building more than 2,000 houses. 

Schemes for the welfare of the Scheduled Tribes and Castes and Backward 
Classes are being pursued with vigour. Numerous such schemes under 
variou.. heads such as education, agriculture, health, arts and crafts, etc., 
are in operation. It has been decided to set up a separate Directorate of 
Tiihai Welfare to look after the execution of these schemes. 

The new]y-( rented Social Welfare Directorate ig taking steps for 
establishing a number of institutions for vagrants, orphans, juvenile 
delinquents and girls and women exposed to moral danger. 

Survey and settlement operations are in progress in the State including 
the transferred territories of Bihar. For the convenience of all persons 
concerned, the date of the final publication of record-of-rights is proposeil 
to he extended by one year. Payment of final compensation to inter- 
mediaries wiil consequently he delayed. In view of this, steps have been 
taken to liberalize further the rates of ad interim compensation payable to 
low income group intermediaries. Up till now the amount of ad interim and 
special compensation paid by Government is Rs. 1.2 crores. The West 
Bengal Land Reforms Act has been amended to protect Bargadars from 
illegal eviction and to provide for restoration of their lands. A Sunderhans 
Developmnt Committee has been constituted for examining and suggesting 
Development schemes for the Sunderhans area. Meanwhile, Government 
are maintaining and repairing zamindary embankments in the estates that 
have ve.sted. 

A scheme for separation of the judiciary from the executive hag now 
been finalized. Preliminary instructions necessary for its implementation 
are being issued to all distnet officers. 



s . ASSEMBLf i^OCEEBINGS [ITth Feb , 

in the sphere of law and order, the situation in the State was on the whole 
peaceful. There were welcome signs of growing co-operation between the 
police and the public. In pursuance of the policy of humane treatment of 
prisoners, whipping was abolished as a form of jail punishment. 

Supplementary estimates for the current financial year as well as the 
ifudget estimates for the next financial year will be laid before #you tlds 
session. Two Appropriation Bills in ibis connection will be , brought 
forward for enacdment by you. 

Several important Bills will be placed before you for consideration 
(hiring this session. One of the most import ant of these measures is the 
Calcutta Slum Clearance Bill which was already introduced during the last 
session. The Select Committee has considered all its provisions. The Bill 
is intended to improve the sanitary condition of the city of Calcutta. 
Associated with such development is also tlie scheme for removal of all 
kliatals to Haringhata. The process of removal has already started. 

To improve the condition of the city, various other measures are under 
active consideration of the Government, such as the reorganisation and 
development of sports grounds and the construction of a stadium. It is 
hoped that these measures will be implemented very soon. 

Of tlie other measures that will be placed before the House, one is the 
comprehensive West Bengal (/hildren Bill whicli will affect children up to 
the age of eighteen. At the present moment various Acts relating to 
juveniles passed by the Legislature from time to time are in operation in 
We,'t Bengal. It is felt iiecessary to have one comprehensive Act to 
consolidate the provisions of the existing Acts. 

The Board of Secondary Educativni Bill as passed in the Council will also 
be placed before you for .Nour consideration. Other Bills, such as one for 
ihe amendment of the Estates Acquisition Act may also be placed before the 
House. 

I have now come to the end of my address. Many difficult problems face 
this State. Differences of opinion may exist as to the best method of 
tackling them. I can assiirt* you that m> Government will consider care- 
fully all points of view and with the combined wisdom of all of you will 
Succeed in solving these problems and reaching our goal — the creation of a 
Welfare State. 


TAT HIND.” 

[The Governor then left the Chamber in procession in the same order as 
slie came in.] 



PiMeedings of the West Bengal Legislative Asseinbiy assemhkd 
under the provisions of the Constitution of India 

The Assembiy met in the Assembly House, Calcutta, on Monday, the 
17th Febhiary, at 5-30 p.m. 

Present; 

Mr. Speaker (The Hou’ble Sankikdas IUner-h) in Ihc Chair, Hi Hon’ble 
Miiiistei-s, 12 Deputy Ministers and 214 Members. 

[5-3t) — 5-40 p.m.] 

Panel of Chairmen 

Mr, Speaker: Tn accordanee with the provisions of rule 7 of the West 
Bengal Leprislative Assembly ]*ro(‘edure Buies, T nominate the followinff 
Members of the Assemhly to form a panel of four Chairmen for the current 
se^‘-MOD r — 

(1) Sj. Bankini Chandia Kar, 

(2) Sj. Bankiiji Mukherji, 

(3) Sj. Dhirendra Narayan Mukherji, and 
(4> Dr. Suresh Chandra Banerjee. 

Hnicss otherwise arraiijred, the .senior Member amon^^ them present in 
the above order will preside over <he delib(*ration.s of this Assembly in my 
jihscnee and in the absence of the Deputy Speaker. 

T li^re a]«o to acquaint the lionourable members of the Assembly that 
the (lovernor was pleased to deliver a speech this day to the two Houses of 
the Legfislature of which, for greater accuracy, I have obtained a copy, and 
thfc same has been laid on the table for the information of the lionourable 
members. 

!!Cow, motions, if any, may be moved. 

Motion for an address in reply to the Covornor’s Speech. 

8J. Bimalananda Tarkatirtha: Sir, I beg to move that a respectful 
Address in reply be presented to the Governor as follows; — 

“Sii, 

Wb, tbe members of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly assembled 
in this session, beg to oher our humble thanks to you for the most excellent 
sj)eech 'i\liich you have been pleased to deliver to thin House.” 

8i. Profulla Nath Banerjee: Sir, I second it. 

Mr. Speaker. Any member desiring to move any amendmentB to this 
motion may send in such amendments to the office up to 5 p.m. tomorrow. 

Notices of Adlournmeiit motions 

8]. Jyoti Basui 

sRSTO pRi? 'snh 5iT*Hra sric® 

w. 'snsrai arsn fjisBTjqTra «rr*pn?t ws OTTO-iia jsnSVi 

I PR? J7I, trcsw ^ 

^ ^ f'W’Pm 5!T*nra i iv =TOf 

I ’SfURIT WIOTISR f.'ist't)? oili'StwiW 

WWR I ^ fiR »isi?i w fiRi ?rr?r i 



10 


ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINUS 


[17th Feb., 


tj. IMMi Smi 

tirnTO, 'aii i gcari«fw*i} wm 

5t*ir Tflcw^tiJvsi ^ c^fr *ti^ i ^ pidt 

RRi*® ’TOR ^iw«i a»^ Rif^i 

8J. Hemaiita Kumar Basu; 

Rifsio RjTOCsfR^ cam aaaa^ »nfe?ifa-CT^ pf'sar ?caii 

f? ar wwfc's *nf?r fa i rw a>f5 acnwa, ca faaca ri^ptr a^ia^ warcaa i 

8J. Jatimlra Chandra Chakravorty: 

Rifa Rri®c9Fia'ca»6 cam fewacaa 57 m ©»ra facafai wfa 

facw iflca cactfiJulfl aaca faca cafa 1 ca^ a;a1« acaca fas at ca->p’7!?F' faFaiil 
wac® *tifa fai 

Or. Ohirandra Nath Banerjee: 

atta. anfa cam facafa, ®ia cm aaa *nt fa 1 

8j. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

’"rtaaa aaraa, Rifa ri^c^ i^iJia aaa aiTi®cai5fca*& catm Rfaa-4 faca 
facafa— atmt art ftf ftof— ca a*ac*a Rtma wfaa csica cm aaa 
■ai^ fai 

8j. Chitto Basu: 

® 7 Ftaaca ^ar'^jcaa ca Renata m acaca ca-faaca Rifa >iias^ 
'uii®cotw'w*0 cam facafam. ca-faaca cm fa^a:^ ®Tfa at 1 

Mr, Bpaaker: As far as I can see, five adjournment motions have been 
tabled on the question of hunger-strike by the teachers. 

8J. Memanta Kumar Ohosal: 

. Mra Speaker: I inusl continue as I wish. When I think that it is 
necessary to talk in Bengali, I will do so in due course. Meanwhile, please, 
hold your patience. 

However, Mr. Basu, it is a very important thing and I have no doubt 
whatsoever that it is causing considerable mental anxiety to those honour* 
able uieinbers and their supporters who have tabled these adjournment 
motions. What I feel i>^ that this dispute has been going on tor a long 
time, regarding the appearance of the teachers before the Public Service 
Coniniissiou for interview, and if I am not mistaken, on that score, they 
hav3 gone on hunger strike for this. Government is insistent that they 
should go up before the Public Service Commission and, on the other hand, 
tbi' tea\‘hers are ec^ually of the opinion that they do not want to do so. 
Now what 1 was thinking is this. This very question is going to be debated 
tomorrow when the Governor’s speech will be debated upon and if you so 
like I u'ish to do this. I do feel the same with you. It is a matter which 
is wiusing us some amount of concern and mental excitement. Would it 
do if you start the Governor’s Debate tomorrow first thing in the morning? 
I think by that the ends of justice will be met, A difference of a few 
hours would not matter mil!^h. I think the House ought to agree. 
Perhaps it m^ be said that, in the absence of the motion, there cannot be 
any debate. I will treat these adjournment motions as amendment motions 
as a special case. You can go on debating. The debate will continue for 



1968 .] 


NOTICES OF ADJOURNMENT MOTIONS 


11 


foViX Jays. So far as other subjects are concerned, we will be receiving the 
auiendnient motions in due course. There will be no technical difidculty 
tonrards that. So far as the question of hunger-strike is concerned, I ahatl 
treat these motions for that purpose. 

8J. dlnMli Ghosh; 

csim 

Mr. Spookor: It can be done if .the House agrees. I shall allow the 
debate to proceed tomorrow. 

8J. ilyoti Basu; 

csTPTO ^snm ^ w?{ 

C'f'e?n ^ ^TTi JR. ^sncsT'O ^ 

^ ym 57 :^ ; ^ wro 

^ ^JTO "MM l^PT'^fTOT?! ^ C'Rft ^ 

vsTOT kw'w OT* cwrr ^ntsr ^ ^ tov 

WflS^n tol ^ «f|SllC*f^ S[C5f ^ STT 

UP^ OTT^ f3fC*WTOy 

w^, ^ ?rr5?T'^sT3!P)^ sTfOT snfTOf c?!T, ’OTXst «fic^ 

5TTI i5nf3f ^5pp«n ?n c'ri ^ ^ 

^ ^ w 5 Uri 

^sfmr ^ sm TOf 

mm 57 :^ <£i?t srn?? f^? ^ m ws 

^5nOT5??‘T ^ I 

Mr. Speaker ■ Presentation of Budget. 

8j. Jyeti Basu: 

3nilf — <piqt,4 <l(C'Sfl^ C21C’S?4CU“I;*T'il 'il'^IIC^ 

ym 5050 m, ^oVt ym^ jo tot ^snsi^ w 

I ^ ^ ^smm i 

illJlW dl^^b C.HMH JO v£|$I^ 1 

[')- 4 i* — .5.45 p.in.] 

Mr. Speaker; Mr. Basu, I think there is something in what you say. 
Supposing I do thi.s — immediately after the presentation of the Budget we 
will have some time before us and .supposing you discuss this very Question, 
which you are raising, tomoirt)W immediately after the budget at least for 
an hour and let us see bow it goes on. If it takes a longer time, I will 
consider it. Do not think Hiat the matter will be slurred over. It is a 
matter of some importance, and 1 am very glad that the Chief Minister has 
agree i to the proposition suggested by me. So this will be done. No 
furlluu’ discus.sion is needed. 

S|. Bankim Mukherjee; 

si^T^nr. v£i^ ^ ^'iJr ^ii jsit^ >fSRr 

C>!erd) 'SJWTW^ <RPTI? I C5tP*IH-^?f vfl^p^T 


wm. 

iiTO TO 



12 ‘ ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [17ih to., 1958J 

csrrw-^fj^ 

C?| 'srwm tffe nT«?l7 TOT I ^ « 

STHOT CTO C5IPTO ^ I 

Mr. Speaker: That is why I suggested the other procedure because 
from the Opposition side certainly you will talk against the Govemihent and 
this is one of the subjects on whiqh you will talk. So as I have said, even 
tomorrow you can discuss this very matter. 

SL tankmi Mukherjeei 

iflTOi ^ ■sii’^csr'T-fcv^'J 

^ifT «nC^ s5|JtC«1 ^ '£>^ Uf'Q?lT 51^ I 

Mr. Speaker: We will leave it there. 

SJ. ilatimlra Chandra Chakravorty: 

5n*tK^i 5r^n- 

si^TTOi ^snWci I v£)#T f?icnii5" ufhrn^ c^, wti 

Wi 'STSTO TO»n^ Sff TOC^, CTO 

^ ^ilvi 5I^*tC5RI <Piii C^IC^ 5]^ I 

^ ii^Ts^r toc^ c^i, ^ to 

fTOCTRI srfwm TOC^ ^ TOC^ 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: I have ascertained there is no 
truili in it. 

Mr. Speaker: There are some other adjournment motions regarding 
stopping doles, assault by Police, and so on. I have not allowed them. 
Thase can be debated when the Governor’s Address is debated. 

The llouae stands adourned till 3 p.m. tomorrow. 

Adjournment 

The House was accordingly adjourned at 5-45 p.m. till 3 p.m. on 
Tuesday, the 18th February, 1958, at the Assembly House, Calcutta. 



Proceedings of the West Benpi Legi^ti^ As^My assembled 
under the provisions of the Constihidon of India 

Th!E Assfmblt met iu tlie AssemMy Htmse, C'alfuUii, on TihsiIuy, tlie 
18tli lekruary, 1958, at -3 p.m. 

Present: 

Mr. Speaker (The Hou'ble Saxkakdas .Bamauj t in tlie Chair, IG Hon Tile 
Mini-Tors, 11 Dopiit}* Ministers and t?15 Meinhors, 

p.m.] 

Message 

S^retary: (8j. A. R. Mukherjea): Sir, tlie followiiiir mess!is>‘e low 
hoen foeoTved from the AVest Jteuyal Legislative ('ouiu i! : 

“The West Bengal Board ot Seoondary Eduoatioii Bill, 1957, us passed 
by the West Bengal Legislative Council at its moetinu lield on tlie 
23rd December, 1957, has been duly signed by me and is annexed herewitb. 
The conciirreme of tbe West Bengal Legislative Assiuiibly to tlie .Bill is 
requested. 

SILNITI KHMAB CHATTERJI, 

Calctita, Chairnunff 

Hit* 2Sth Janvari/, 1958. ITevt Henifal Lrf/i'<Jnti tY Coimdi.'^ 

Point of Privilego 

Mr. Speaker: The Hon'ble Dr. Boy will now present tin- Budget. 

8J. Bankim Mukiierjee: Mr. Speakei, Sir 

8j. Sisir Kumar Das: Sir, I ri.^e on a ])oiut of order legarding the 
presentation of the Budget. 

Mr. Speaker: I do not know what Dr. Boy will speak. 

Th« Hon’ble Or. Bidhan Chandra Roy: That is not so. Nothing in 
done before this. After this you may raise your point. 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

Mr. Speaker: 

8j. Bankim Mukherjee: Regarding Banel <if Chairmen. 

^xm t ^ csTirawra siw ^rnrs, 

0. 8 I wm mK 

z^^ ctxsi^siiTOT z^ ’TTO ^ wsri ^ 

efifiii it -'iwf fwjOTR ^ 

fraClR. ^ Ri? I 

Mr, Speaker: This is correct, I will discuss that with you. 



14 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[18th Feb., 


Potnt of ofilor 

$J« Bankifii Mukfiorjoo: 

TOT fro W I 

Mr, Spoikor: Unless you know what the budget is, how can you raise a 
point of order? 

8J. tlyoti Boras 

<3*?r i ^ ^tc¥?r 

mr wm ^ ^ ^ cw 

— CTfW ^I'Sr 5X^, t^l^, <11^\ vil^ ^PTW 

c»w ^ fsTi wwi c5wTi?9frsj c^iJr c»m to ^sn^Rn 

?Tfw I ^ ^fTf?r t?? I 4^1C^ »H45 i '^•inWi< 'STTC? C^, 

?fi[5pf4i W, ^<C4Sf1Cv5 bl^lCHI ^M, ’4JIW4I 

TOT '5||>|T^ P[, 5MR I n4I 

5R ^ I ’SPOT op^|r|^l4 ^i«f ^\5T1?[ 6i^H I '$7?J 'STOTT 

’STT^ff^T ^<5TI?r WiW I 

^STOTT 3TCaTff5TR-f5T5T OTf^R 5TO 

OTTf?5T f^^TjfsT ^^W'Srlc^ ^U5 ^(TC?T, ^<5n?T ^514 'OT^ f^OT ^ZA, 

'STOTOT 5TT^, TO«T OT C?>Gm I ^KZ^i^tUS ^<5TT?T OT 

^STOTT 5I$I 

SIT^ vfl^pi^ CTl^r^ TfSTOT OT^OT OTP*^ »TT — 

mm m\ f?rc^ z^ wrt mm ^ ^ 6i$^htt^>q 

OT <!f>l'ST ^W?l '^fRR!^ »TT — ^STTOTT '*11^ •fiJ'OT 

Mr^ Sooaker: I think I have discussed this with the Secretary ot your 
party ana I have promised him that I will look into it. I will have to 
consider it before coming to a decision. 

8]. Jyoti Basu: 

W^rf^T I OT*I^ ^nfs[ 41^^ I 

*f^rT*0?T 2fW W5R <3*^ <{0^6 C>f5l JOT ^Slpn^ 

5TT\STT vS'S?^3kII Pf'QTTT I JT'GWT ^fOT '5(,®1;| ; 

^ »TT 5[?T TOT CHMH I '*11^ CTOT^ *n^ ^fOT I 

^t*T JOT ^$TJOT ^STRIOT ^nSDOT^ ^(TRR I 

8j. Ananda Copal Mukhopadhyay: Is this a point of order? It is a 
tact i (‘8 to stop the Leader of the House to place the Budget. 

8J. Canaoh Ghpoh: 

TOf, TOf^ RMW ^STTSTIOT 571^1 5f5r^ mzm, ^STlfsT *f;-OTf& W 

CSrrefW ^FTO*f ^TO$ 6T^ I C^TTOBT ITT C^fTSTR TO OTC5 Z^ ^STWTOT 

I ztxmm wr mm 

^ Z^ CTO ^STIOTOT TOR f^TI 

Tflo Hon’kle Dr. Bidlian Chandra Roy: What is he talking about? 



ms.] 


STATEMENT BY THE FINANCE MINISTER 


II 


SJ. CuMsb Chosh: 

carawto af® 'smsTRt "fiK ^ «rrsrii airot sm is#r sR-'siW’rem 
I® c*raff I 

Mr. Sp»kw: I promised you, Mr. QliusL, tlint I will look into it. 

8J. Cameh Chosh: 

^0 ?nOT[ I 

The Hon’bla Dr. Bicthan Chandra Roy: 

I won’t say anything until the Budget is finished. 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: On a point of order regarding the presentation of 
tile .Budget. 

Mr. Speaker: Until the Budget is presented I do not think any point 
ol order arises. 

Yes, Dr. Roy. 


BUDGET FOR mMB 
Statement by the Finance Minister, 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Sir, 1 rise to nreseut the Budget 
K^ti mates of the State of West Bengal for the financial year 1958-59. I 
I'ave also got my speech translated into B'engali which will be circulated. 

Point of Ordor 

8]. Sisir Kumar Das: Sir, I have a point of order. 

Mr. 'Speaker: lentil the budget is presented I do not know whnt the 
shape of the budget will be. What is the point of order 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: Regarding the presentation of the budget I raise 
an objection. 

Mr. Speaker: Are you objecting to the presentation of the budget)^ 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: Yes. 

Mr. Speaker: On what ground? 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: That is what I was going to say. A circular 
Ha^ i.ssued to the meniber.s of the Assembly under the signature of the 
Secretary to the West Bengal .Legislative Assembly that in the present 
session the programme of business for today is ]»resentation of the budget 
and then no discussion of Ihe budget, but on Tuesrlay next ‘Vote on Account’ 
and then on Thursday ‘The Mest Bengal Appropriation (Vote on Account) 
Bill* (introduction, consideration and passing), and there is no mention that 
the budget will be discus.sed this session. No date has been allotted for 
this. My first objection is this. 

The Hen’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: What is the iK>int of order? 

Sj. Sisir Kumar DaS: The point of order is this. The budget cannot 
lie presented in this House unless the budget discussion takes place during 
this session. 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS 


[ 18 th Feb., 


16 * 


Mr* Speakor: On authoiify? 

8J« Sisif Ktiniar Oas: The authority is article 20G of the Constitution. 
Article 206 says, ‘^iSTotwithstanfling anything in the foregoing provisions 
of this (Ijapter, the Legislative Assembly of a State shall have power to 
make any grant in advance in respect of the estimated expenditufe for a 
part of any financial year pending the completion of the procedure j^res- 
rribed in article 20-1 for the voting of such grant and the ])aR8mg of tlie 
law in accordance with the provisions of article 204 in relation to that 
expenditure.’’ 

Tlrnt means that vote on demand and Appropriation Bill must be taken 
up in the same session. Otlierwise no Vote on Account is in order. 

Mfi 8p6dk0r: I thought that the Appropriation Bill will he presented 
this session. 

8j« 8i»ir Kufliar Das: Only Vote on Account. 
pW0-~4 p.m.] 

Mr. 8poakar: I do not know what is the difficulty. 

8]. Sisir Kumar Das: The difficulty is this. The budget is Iciijg 
presented today, but no voting is taking place on the estimates comerned. 

Mr. Spsaksr: It will be. After the Ministers making the demands 
there will be voting, and an A]>j)ropriation Bill will be ])iesented. 

8]i Sisir Kumar Das: There will be Voting on Account only. 

Mr. Spaaksr: As I have said, there will be voting. 

Tha Hcm’bie Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: He has finished. Let us 
continue with the budget. 

Sir, 

I rise to present tlie Budget Estimates of the State of West Bengal 
for the financial year 1958-59. 

The index of industrial ]>roduction witli 1951 as ba^e which was 122.1 
in 1955 and Idd.O in 1956 reached 102. d in July 1957. The index dropped 
to 141.4 in the next monili but rose again to 144. 3in September. 

The general index of agricultural production in India with croji year 
ending June 1950 as base, which was 114.d in 1954-54, rose to 116.4 in^ 
1954-55, to 115.9 in 1955-50 and to 124.0 in 1950-.37. The index of total 
foodgrains production, which was 119.1 in 1953-54 and dropped to 114.4 in 
1954-55 ami 114.5 in 1955-50, n)se to 119.6 in 1956-57. The index of rice 
production, which was 118.6 in 1954-54 and dropped to 105.5 in 1954-55, 
rose to 112.7 in 1955-56 and to 118.1 in 1956-57. In West Bengal the 
production of rice which, in million tons, was 5.2 in 1954-54 and dropped 
to 3.76 in 1954-55, rose to 4.15 in 1955-56 and to 4.44 in 1956-57. 

The all-India index number of wholesale prices of all commodities with 
1939 as base, which rose to 443.5 in July 1957, droi>j»ed to 432.7 in the la.st 
week of October 1957. The all-lmlia index number of wholesale prices of 
foodgrains wdth the same base rose to 440.9 in August 1957 but dropped 
to 411.1 in the last week of (JtotoW 1957. The cost of living index in 
Calcutta for the ineome level 1 to 100, with November 1950 as base, which 
rose to 108.0 in November 1957, dropped to 104.5 on Ist February 1958. 
Index of Government and semi-Government security prices, which was 



1958.] statement BY THE FINANCE MINISTER • 17 

W.4 in Oot..Wy ]95n. dropped to 89.0 in October 1957. Index of variable 
dmdend security prices, which was 124.9 in October 1956, dropped to 
1U4.0 m May last and to in June, ajrain rose to 105.5 in Jnlv but 

agcin dropped to lO^.l in .Vagu.sl, lo 89.d in .Sepiuaber aud lo Ui'.4 in 
October. 


rbeijncture wbicli the above figures exhibit i> the piidure of an economy 
;‘rogressmg at a high pitch and subject to the stress ^ud strain of the 
impact thereof. The all-round investment, in execution of (be Plan of 
(jiiick develo]>ment, is generating demand whhdi tends to outstrii) the all- 
numd increase in production. Thi.s is inevitable in a periml of quii'k 
orowth aud calls forth from ii> the utmost effort and skill in managing the 
po-^ition and Inishamling our resources to the bivst advantage. I^rodmdion 
must be stepped up.^ Wastes must he slopped. We must have n convct 
sense of priority. We can afford nothing which generates demand without 
a commensurate increase in production. 

I shall now discuss the Revised Estimates ol the current year aud Die 
Budget Estimates of the coming year. 

Tlie budgeted ojauiiug balance of the year HriT-oS was 8 crores 75 lakhs. 
Tlie actual opening balance amounted to 5 croic> 71 lakhs. The decrease 
cf -1 crore.s 4 lakhs is the net result of a number of \arialions. First, ('en- 
tral assistance received on account of schemes of (lie Second Five-Year 
Flan fell short of tlie estimate by •> crores 27 lakhs. Secondly, the 
expenditure (ui tlu* Sc<*(md Five-Year Flan sch< ine> was smaller than tlie 
estimate by (5 eroixs F) lakhs. Thirdly, tliere vas an increasi' of 5 crores 
nt lakhs ill the net expenditure under “Sus]>ense accounts” due to nn 
investment in (Tovernnieiit ot India’s Treasury Bills. Small variations in 
ether itenm account tor the balance of the deerea'>e. 

The Revised Estimate of tlie total Revenue Receipts of the current year 
^^tands at (tO (•ioie> thS lakhs against th«‘ Budget Estimate ol 01 crores 89 
lakhs. The improvement is of the order of 8 crores 9 lakhs. Tlio improve- 
nuMit is mainly due to larger collection of Sales Tax and Entry Tax and 
larger reieipt under the recommendations ot the Second Finame 
rommifision. 

There is an improvement of 1 crore 08 lakhs under I’liion Excise Duties. 
Out of this, 72 lakhs, which is due to the recommendation of the Finance 
rommission taken with normal increases in receipts, the real increase 
under this head. The balance (d 90 lakhs is a eonipensutory payment made 
to the Sifat*' Oovernment for abolishing tlic S;ih> T;i\ on fcxfilc>, iohncco 
and sugar, in lieu of which the (Tovernment ol Imlia have levied additional 
duties of excise on these article^. Under “Other Ta\<!s niid Duties,” the 
improvement is 1 crore aud 27 lakhs, ami, including 90 lakhs received under 
Union Duties of Excise in lieu of Sales Tax, i.s 2 crores 20 lakhs. This is 
mainly due to higher reieipts from Entry Tax, Sales Tax aud new rweipfs 
from tnx on inter-St ate sale.s. 

There is au improvement of 30 lakh.s in our .share of tlie md proceeds 
of Income Tax. The iiicrease i-, due to the normal increa.se in (ollef tioii set 
off partly by the new formula of distribulion recommended by the Finance? 
(’ommission. Tliere is an improvement of 25 lakhs under* Agricultural 
Income Tax for arrear (ollections. Our share of the new C'entrnl tax (ni 
railway fares according to the recoin mendatioiis of the hint Finance ('oinniis- 
sion is 33 lakhs. There is an improvement of 45 lakhs under Excise partly 
due to the new rules issued by the Qovernmeut of India under “Meilicinal 
and Toilet Prepiirations (PJxcise Duties Act, 1955)” and partly due to 



18 


ASSEMBljY PEOCEEDINGS 


[18th Feb., 


collection from ar^s transferred from Bihar. There is an imp 
27 lakhs under Forest due to larger demand for timber and 
products. 


rovement of 
other forest 


There IS an improvement of 3 crores C lakhs under “Miscellaneous” 
mainly due to the larger grant from the Government of India on account 
of relief operations and also on account of Central assistance adjusted in 
i ” W^V”?*^******^^ *^*'**^ expenditure and expenditure on displaceil persons 


There is an improvement of 2 crores 42 lakhs under “Grants-in-aid” 
““ Government under Article 275(1) of the Constitution as a 
result of the rewimraendations ot the Finance Commission. These increases 
are partly set oft by dwreuse of SI lakhs under “Land Hevenue” on account 
^distress in certain districts. There is decrease of -32 lakhs under “Civil 
Works due to smaller transfer from the Central Road Fund on account of 
slower progress of work and smaller receipt from the Government of India 
in respect of roads of ei^onomic and inter-State importance. There is 
decrease of 49 lakhs under receipts from the Multipurpose Eiver Schemes 
due to smaller receipts from water rates mainly in the Mayurakshi Project 
area both because of the reduction of the rate and because of smaller areas 
being irrigated. 


There 18 decrease of d8 lakhs under receipts from “Roud and Water 
Transport” due to increase in the working exjienses on account of grant cf 
additional dearness allowance to the staff, increase in the price of petrol, 
diesel oil and spare parts, and also due to increased provision for deprecia- 
tion and interest charges. Variations under othei heads account for the 
balance. 


The total Revenue Expenditure for the year 1957-58 stands at 72 noics 
64 lakhs in the Revised Estimates as aga^inst 72 crores 18 lakhs in the 
Budget Estimates. This overall increase is small and b due to a number 
of lar^e increases and decreases which nearly eanciel one another. Tliere 
it an Increase of 1 crore 10 lakhs under “Education” mainly due to 
larger provision on development schemes, some in the State Plan and some 
(lentrally sponsored. There is an increase of 44 lakhs under “Pnlire” 
mainly due to increase in the rate of dearness allowance. Tbere is an 
increase of 87 lakhs under “Famine” due to larger expenditure on lelief 
operations. There is an increase of 29 lakhs under “Miscellaneous 
Contributions mainly due to payment of arrear dearuess allowance to 
Calcutta Corporation employees and payment of eontrihiition to the Govern- 
ment of India for acquisition of land for the air strips at Malda and Behala. 
There is an increase of 28 lakhs under “Extraordinary Cliarges” due to 
provision for adjustment of arrear losse.s on sale of subsidised f(>od to 
Government servants. 


Against the above increases there is a decrease of 81 lakhs under “Land 
Revenue.” Omission of provision for assessment of final compensation, 
which could not be taken up in the current year, contributes to this decrease. 
There is a det^rease of 55 lakhs under “Civil Works” due to slower prog less 
of work both on flood-damaged State roads and on roads financed from 
Central Road Fund, 

There is a decrease of 26 lakhs under C.D.P., N.E.S. and Local Deve- 
lopment works due to slower progress of work. Smaller expenditure on 
Plan sebemes, on National Volunteer Corps and on schemes for the perma- 
nent hnaprovement of Sunderkans area accounts for a decrease of 21 lakhs 
under ‘ Miscellaneous — Other Miscellaneous Expenditure.” 



STATEMENT BY THE FINANCE MINISTER 


19 


1 ^ 8 .] 


B 


Tile provision for Capital Expenditure in the Revised Estimate of the 
ar is 33 (Tores ^15 lahhs as against 26 crores 71 lakhs in the Bnd^et 
stimate. The increase is of the order of 6 crores 64 lakhs, of which 
.T.C. ac('ount8 for 4 crores 64 lakhs. 


There is an increase of 4 crores 33 lakhs under “85A — Capital Outlay 
on Stat^ Schemes of Government Trading" mainly due to provision for 
larger procurement operations. 

There is an incTease of 35 lakhs under “68-~Construction of Irrigation, 
Navigation, Embankment and Drainage AVorks" mainly due to transfer of 
expenditure on flood protection works from Revenue Account to Capital 
Account. There is an increase of 41 lakhs under “80A — Capital Outlay on 
Multipurpose River Schemes” mainly due to larger provision for payment 
of compensation to the Bihar Government for land acquired for the 
Ma 3 rurak 8 hi Project. The spill-over expenditure on the Township pro- 
gramme in the first and the second batches of C.D.P. Blocks accounts for 
an increase of 22 lakhs under ”82 — Capital Account and other State Works 
outside the Revenue Account— Community Development Project.” 

Against these increases there have been some dcreases also. Decrease 
of 70 lakhs occurs under ”72 — Capital Outlay on Industrial Development 
cut^ide the Revenue Account” due to smaller investment in the scheme of 
( o-operative Organisation. There is a decrease of 1 crore 14 lakhs under 
“^^l-_-('!apital Account of Civil Works outside the Revenue Account” mainly 
due to slower jirogress of work on Plan schemes. 

There is a decTease of 74 lakhs under ”82— Capital Account of other 
State Works outside the Revenue Account” due tn smaller expenditure on 
Mo(leI Tillage Schemes, Salt Reclamation Schemes and on some other 
Second iPlan Schemes. There is a decrease of 1 crore 36 lakhs under ”82— 
Capital Account of other State Works outside the Revenue Ae('<ounl— 
Expenditure on Displaced Persons” due to smaller exi)enditure on building 
programme and colonisation sclienies. 

Under this head are hooked two diflfereiit classes of transactions. First, 
there are the transactions under the section ”Puhlic Account” which mainly 
lecords .ransactions in monies of third jiarties in respect of which Govern- 
ment acts, more or less, as a banker, e.g., the Court deposits, deposits of 
local funds, Provident Fund deposits of Government servants, etc. In this 
class of transaction receipts and outgoings almost balance each other. 
Besides, the Suspense account, through whicli the Cash balance investment 
account passes, is included in the “Public Account.” In the Revised F>sti- 
mate, the total receipts exceed the outgoings by 6 crores 35 lakhs in the 
Public Account Section mainly due to the encashment of the treasury bills, 
purchased last year for 5 crores 91 lakhs. 

Secondly, there are transactions relating to monies borrowed or loaned by 
Government in connection with their own schemes. These are; 

(1) Loan raised in the open market. 

(2) Loans from the Union Government. 

(3) TiOans and advances by the State Government. 

The Revised Estimate for loans omitf; the provision for a market loan of 
5.5 crores originally included in the Budget Estimates. In the current year 
we did not go in for the market loan on the advice of the Reserve Bank. 

The Revised Estimate for loans from the Union Government stands at 
33 crores 39 lakhs as against 25 crores 96 lakhs. The increase is 7 crores 
43 lakhs. The collection of Small Savings in this State is shared between 



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Central Government and the State Government, the State’s share being 
loaned to us by the Government of India. A provision for a Central loan 
of H crores bS lakhs was made in the Budget for the State's share. This has 
risen to 7 crores of) lakhs in tlie Revised Estimate. The increase is mainly 
(hie to the revised formula for sharing the collection, viz., that the State 
Government would receive two-thirds of the net collection in the ^tate if it 
(lid not go in for a market loan. If, however, it did go in for a market loan, 
tlio share of the State Government would be less. 

There is an increase of 1 crore 54 lakhs on account of Central loan assist- 
aiK^e for Plan Schemes. Full provision for Central loan assistance could not 
be made at the Budget stage as the figure was not (communicated by the 
Government of India before that. 

The provision for CVutral loan for the D.Y.C. has increased hy 4 cktcs 
04 lakhs against an e(|ual increase in the provision for disbursement of loan 
to the D.V.C. 

There is an increase of 1 crore 2 lakhs for relief ojierations on account of 
flood and drought. 

These increases are partly set oft by a decrease of •'1 crores 52 luklis in the 
(Viitrul ahsistau(‘e for schemes relating to disjilaccd iieisons due to slower 
progress of work and also hecau.se some unspent balance of the previous year's 
loan was available. 

There is a jirovisioii of 4 crores in the Revised Estimates for taking (aish 
ciedit advance from the State Bank of India for financing procurement 
oix'ration. On the expenditure side, the Revised Estimates under “Loans 
and Advances by the State Government” stand at 8 crores 84 lakhs against 
the Budget Estnnat(*s of 8 crores 91 lakhs. The overall decrease is of the 
(*rder of 7 hiklx only. It is due t(» a d(‘erease of 12 lakhs under “Loans for 
Disjdaced Persons,” partly set off by increase under a few’ items including 
an increase of 4 lakhs under “Loans for f’ommunity Devel()])ment Projects”'. 

The year 1957-58 closes with a deficit of 2 crores (>0 lakhN on the Reveiuu^ 
Account and a deficit of •> crores d2 lakhs outside the Revenue Acrount, The 
overall defi('it is 5 crores 98 lakhs wdiieh is met out of the opening halanee of 
the year amounting to 5 crores 71 lakhs. An uncovered deficit of 27 lakhs 
is still left which appears a.s the negative closing balance of the year. 

The Budget Estimate of Revenue Re(’ei[)ts for the year 1958-59 stands 
at 68 crore.s 87 lakhs against the Revi.sed Estimate of 69 crores 98 lakhs for 
the current year. The d(M‘rease of 1 crore 11 lakhs is the net result of a 
number of decreases and increases. 

The arrangement under which the State Government have abolished 
Sales Tax on textiles, sugar and tolKicco to receive compensatory ]myinents 
from tile G(»vernment of India, out of the net proceeds of additional duties 
of e.\clse levied on these commodities in lieu of Sales Tax, will be in opera- 
tion (luring the whole of next year. .Budget provisions liave been made 
accordingly. Further, as fnuu next year a separate major head under the 
title of “XIIA — Stilc.s Tax” has been opened to ret'ord receipts from Sales 
Taxes which were so long being booked under “XIII — Other Taxes and 
Duties” along with receipts from a number of other taxes but which have 
now become important enougli to deserve a separate major head. 

Under “XIIA — Sales Tax" are Wing recorded receipts under (1) the 
Bengal (Finan(’e) Sales Tax A(‘L 1941, (2) the West B(*ngal Sale,-. Tax A( t. 
1954, (8) the Motor Spirit Sales Tax Act, 1941, and (4) the Central Sales 
Tax Act, 1956. 



BiAiJijiJSWT BT THE FINANCE MINISTER *1 


recorded so lonjf under “IIII— Other Taxes and 
. “XIII— Other Taxes and 

;Dutie^ ®“d “II — Fnion Excise Duties’’ have 

elided steadily and appreciably in recent years. Taking tt^ther the 
receipts undw XIIA-Sales Tax” and “Xlll-Other Ta»a a^ Duties” 
and thati»rt of the receipts under “II— Union Excise Duties” which is in 
Ueu ot bales lax, there is an increase of 1 crore 94 lakhs in the Budget 
Estimates for the next year over the Revised Estimates of the current year. 

There is an increase of about 40 lakhs in our share in the net proceeds of 
Income Tax. 


There is an increase of 29 lakhs in our share in the net proceeds of the 
tax on railway fares, which has been in operation for a part of the current 
year but will be in ojieration for ilie whole of the next year, 

Theie is an improvement of 4G lakhs under “Land Revenue” based on the 
anticipation of a better year. 

There is an increase of 30 lakhs under “Industries^’ due to larger provi- 
sion of Central assistance for Plan Schemes. 

There is an increase of 30 lakhs under “Receipts from Multipurpose River 
Schemes” on account of anticipated larger receipts from the water rate. 

There is a decrease of 17 lakhs under “Interest” mainly bw^ause the provi- 
sion for arrear collection included in the Revised is not available next year. 

There is a decrease of 21 lakhs under “Public Health” due to smaller 
Central assistance for Plan Schemes. 

There is a decrease of 52 lakhs under “Agriculture” mainly due to smaller 
receipts from the Fertiliser Scheme on account of smaller allocation of ferti- 
Ikers by the Government of India to this State and also due to smaller Cen- 
tral assistance for Plan Schemes. 

There is a decrease of 3 crores 51 lakhs under “Miscellaneous” mainly due 
to smaller provision for Central assistance for Relief Schemes, Model Village 
♦Schemes as also for displaced persons. 

There is a decrease of 13 lakhs under “Grants-in-aid from Union Govern- 
ment” due to absence of provision for Central assistance for the scheme for 
the relief of educated unemployed. 

J’he Budget Estimate of Revenue Expenditure for the year 1958-59 stands 
at 72 crores 69 lakhs against the Revised Estimate of 72 crores 64 lakhs. 

There is an increase of 68 lakhs under “Interest on Debts and Other 
Obligations” due to larger provision necessary for the increased amount of 
4lebts. 

There is an increase of 33 lakhs under “Medical” mainly due to larger 
provision on Development Schemes, included in the State Plan and Centrally 
sjionsored, and also due to revision of the cadres and the pay scales of the 
Medical Services. 

An increase of 1 crore 37 lakhs occurs under “Extraordinary Charges in 
India” due to larger provision for the arrear adjustment of losses on sale of 
subsidised food to Government servants. 

There is a decrease of 71 lakhs under “Other Revenue Expenditure 
5nanced from Ordinary Revenue” due to smaller provision for Plan Schemes. 
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4.SSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS [ 18 th Feb., 

The decrease of 71 lakhs under “Agriculture"’ is mainly due to smaller 
provision for Fertiliser Schemes. 

The decrease of 1 crore 24 lakhs under “Famine” is due to smaller provi- 
sion for relief operation in expectation of a less abnormal year. 

• 

The total provision for Capital Expenditure in the Budget Estimates for 
1958-59 is 21 crores 80 lakhs against SS crores 85 lakhs in the Revised Esti- 
mates of 1957-58. 

There is provision for a net receipt of 5 crores 47 lakhs under the “State 
Scheme of Government Trading.” This includes sale proceeds of foodgrains 
procured during the current year and the receipt by book adjustment of an ear 
fosses on supply of foodstuff at concessional rates to cei^ain categories of 
Government servants by a corresponding debit to the Revenue Head “63 — 
Extraordinary Charges in India.” 

Excluding (i) loans from the Union Government, (ii) loans raised in the 
open market, and (iii) loans and advances by the State Government, the 
receipts and disbursements under these heads almost balance each other. The 
provision for loans from the Union, Government is 25 crores 20 lakhs against 
33 crores 39 lakhs in the Revised Estimates. The provision includes 8 crores 
56 lakhs for the Damodar Valley Project, 53 lakhs for the Fertiliser Scheme, 
67 lakhs for flood and drought relief scheme, 50 lakhs for Flood Control 
Schemes, 45 lakhs for National Water-Supply and Sanitation Scheme, 
60 lakhs for Police Housing Scheme, 13 lakhs for Rural Housing — Model 
Village Scheme, 24 lakhs for increasing emoluments of low-paid Govern- 
ment servants, 3 crores 3 lakhs as Central J.oan Assistance for State Plans 
excluding the D.V.C. There is a provision of 5 crores 31 lakhs on account 
of Central Loan Assistant for Relief and Rehabilitation of Displaced 
Persons. There is a provision of 5 crores under “Ivoans from the Centre” 
on account of our share of the collection of Small Savings. The share Ims 
been calculated on the basis of two-thirds of the estimated net collections 
reduced by one-third of the market loan to he raised by the State Govern- 
ment. We have made a provision for a loan of 75 lakhs from the Reserve 
Bank of India for investment in the share capital of Co-operative Central 
Banks, large-size Primary Credit Societies and Central Land Mortgage 
Bank. 

We have included in the Budget Estimates provision for a public loan 
of 5 crores to be raised during the next year to finance certain Development 
Schemes in the Second Five-Year Plan. On the Expenditure side, provision 
has been made under “Loans and Advances by tlie State Government” for 
24 lakhs as loans to Municipalities mainly for National Water-Supply and 
Sanitation Schemes, 8 lakhs for District .Boards, 6 lakhs for artisans, 61 lakhs 
as advances to cultivators, 28 lakhs for Cattle Purchase Loan, 36 lakhs to the 
Electricity Board, 13 lakhs for West Bengal Provincial Co-operative Bank 
and Multi})urpose Societies, 4 lakhs for aid to industries, 18 lakhs for Low- 
Income Groiu) Housing Scheme, 3 crores 27 lakhs for displaced persons, 30 
Jokhs under Cfommunity Development Projects and 25 lakhs for other Develop- 
ment Projects. 

The Revenue Deficit for the year 1958-59 is 3 crores 83 lakhs. There is a 
surplus of 2 crores 7 lakhs outside the Revenue Account. The overall deficit 
is, therefore, I crore 76 lakhs. These together with the negative opening 
balance of 27 lakhs give a negative closing balance of 2 crores 3 lakhs. 

A statement showing the progress of Development Schemes has been 
circulated separately. 



19i&] STATEMENT BY THE FINANCE MINISTER Sa 

, The siise of the Second Five-Year Plan for West Bengal was fixed at 
15p«7 crores includix^ 15.6 crores for the D.V.C. or 138*1 crores excluding 
the D.V.C. For territories transferred from Bihar, the Planning Commission 
has transferred schemes costing 4 crores. The siae of the Plan now is, there- 
fol^, 157.7 crores including the D.V.C. According to the pattern of fihanoing 
the Second Plan for West Bengal as settled by the Planning Commission 
in 1955, the State Government was to find 64.4 crores out of a total Plan of 
138.1 crores, excluding the D.V.C., i.e., about 47 per cent, of the total and 
the Central assistance is to cover the balance of 73.7 crores or 53 per cent, 
of the total. Although schemes costing 4 crores have been transferred from 
Bihar, the Central assistance for these schemes is yet to be indicated by the 
Planning Commission. 

For 1956-57 the Budget Estimate for Plan ex^nditure, excluding D.V,C*, 
was fixed by the Planning Commission at 23.6 crores for which the. State 
resources were estimated at 7.7 (Tores and tlie amount of promised Central 
assistance excluding the D.V.C. was 11.01 crores. Thus there was a gap of 
about 5 crores between the estimated expenditure of 23.6 crores and the esti- 
mated resources of 18.71 crores. Tt was thought at the time that this ga^) of 
5 crores need not cause any anxiety os in the first year of the Second Five- 
Year Plan the Plan expenditure might not exceed 18.7 crores. 

From the figures now available for 1956-57 it appears that the State 
Government have executed a Flan of 17.1 (Tores, excluding the D.V.C. out 
of which 6.5 (Tores only in place of 11.01 croies wa.s available by w^y of 
Central assistance. The State Government had to find 10.6 crores mstead of 
7.7 cro^c^. Thus the Central Government paid much less than what, was 
promised by them, and the State Government had to find much more than 
what was expcMded of them. 

The Budget Estimate for the Plan outlay for 1057-58 was fixed by the 
Planning ( ommission at 28.49 crores excluding tlie D.V.C. The Beyised 
Estimate is 26.41 (Tores excluding the D.V.C. 

At the time of preparing the .Budget for 1957-58 no intimation as to the 
amount of Central assistance was available from the Central Government. We^ 
expected that the Central assistance would be 53 per (’on't. of 28.49 crores, i.e., 
about 15 crores excluding the provision for the D.V.C. But according {o 
reports furnished by the different departments of Government on the liasis of 
informal consultation with the corresponding Central Ministries, we providecl 
10.64 crores as Central assistance in the Budget Estimates, excluding 4.02 
crores for Ihe D.V.C. The resources to be found by the State were estimrited 
at 11.8 crores including a market loan of 5.5 crores. Thus the iotal resourccM 
in sight were 22.4 crores for a Plan outlay of 28.40 ( rores excluding the 
D.V.C. There was thus an overall (b^ficit of about 6 crores for the imple- 
mentation of the Plan. 

According to the Revised Estimates, the total Plan expenditure for the 
current year is 26.41 crores excluding a provision of 5 crores for the D.V.C. 
The estimated State resources, according to the Revised Estimates, work out 
to 9.25 crores which is composed of 4.51 crorea available from the balance of 
the Revenue Account after meeting all normal Rei^enue Expenditure outside 
tlie Plan, and 4.74 crores as net Miscellaneous Capital llei^eipts. Central 
assistance promised for the current year is 11.2 crores and thus the total 
resources in sight is 20.45 crores for the Plan expenditure of 26,41 orpres 
leaving a deficit of about 5.9 crores for the Pbn JRudget. This aeeounts, for 
the overall deficit of 5.9 crores in the Reviseej Estra^afes. ’ 

The balance available from the Revenue Account -from the Stale 
after meeting all Revenue Expenditure outside the • Plan amouuta to 4A1 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[ 18 th P»b., 


<?rore0, Central assistance in the shape of grants for Plan schemes for the 
cnirent year amounts to 4.8 crores. Thus the total Revenue Receipts for 
the Flan expenditure works out to 8.8 crores against a total Revenue 
Expenditure of 11.47 crores for the Plan Schemes, leaving a gap of 2.6 
crores on the Revenue side. This accounts for current year’s Kevenue 
Deficit of 2.6 crores. • 

The sisse of the Plan for West Bengal as stated before is 157.7 crores 
including 15.6 crores for the D.Y.C. and 4 crores for the territories trans* 
ferred from Bihar. So excluding the D.Y.C. , the total Plan for West 
Bengal is 142.1 crores. We ex^nded 17.1 crores in 1956-57, excluding 
the expendture on D.Y.C. The llevised Estimate for the current year for 
Plan expenditure is 26.41 crores, excluding the D.Y.C. Thus out of a total 
Flan provision of 142.1 crores, we expect to spend 43.5 crores in two years 
or about 22 crores a year, leaving a balance of 98.6 crores to be spent during 
the next three years. The Planning Commission, however, decided that 
the next year’s State Plan should be limited to 21.47 crores plus 5.2 crores 
for the D.Y.C. It was also agreed that if the West Bengal Government 
succeeded in raising a loan for the Durgapur Coke Oven Project, the out- 
lay could be increased to that extent. The main reason for making such 
a low provision for the third year of the Plan is that the quantum of Central 
assistance as envisaged in the original pattern of financing the Plan could 
not be assured by the Planning Commission at this stage. 

Our forecast of resources submitted for the year 1958-59 was based on 
the assumption that the recommendations of the Finance Commission would 
be accepted. The Finance Commission framed their scheme of devolution 
with the object of enabling each State to glance its Revenue Budget. 
For this purpose tliey estimated the committed expenditure of the First 
Plan and also the Revenue Expenditure on the Second Five-Year Plan in 
each State. In paragraph 125 of their Report the Finance Commission 
have assessed that out of the Plan outlay of 153 crores in West Bengal the 
l^venue component is 53 crores. They have also calculated that out of this 
Revnnue Expenditure of 53 crores, 25 crores is to come as Central assistance 
to Plan schemes in the shape of grants and 15 crores is to be found by the 
State by additional taxation. Hence, 13 crores is to come from the Revenue 
Account of the State after meeting all the committed expenditure of the 
State Government outside the Plan, The Finance Commission framed 
their recommendations in such a way that the State could find this sum 
after meeting their present commitments. The Finance Commission stated 
that the State Governments should be able to perfonn the Plan and to 
balance their Revenue Budgets on the following conditions; 

(a) that the Central assistance provided in the Plan was available; 

(b) that the State levied additional taxation as visualised in the Plan 

(15 crores in the case of West .Bengal); and 
(o) that all the recommendations of the Commission were accepted. 

In our forecast as well as in our Note to the Planning Commission in 
Dellii, we made it clear that the State Government would be prepared to 
provide 28 crores (15 + 13 crores) in five years for the expenditure on Plans, 
the Centre should oome forward and pay 25 crores as grants in five years 
as assessed and envisaged by the Finance Commission. The Planning 
Comniiasion could give us no such assurance. 

*nLe Central assistanoe to this State as provided in the Plan is 73.7 crores 
im five years, excluding the B.Y.C. Out of this, 25 crores would, according 
to the finance Commisuoa, come in the shape of grants^ The balance of 
crores should, therefore, be available in the form of loans. In 1956-57 



bTAXJSMJJiiST BY THE FINANCE MINISTEE 85 

tb^ was paid to the State GbTernment Central assistance of 6.63 ororea 
oiw out of which 2.16 crores was in the form of grants and tie balance of 
4.So crores was in the form of loans. In 1967-58, the promised amount of 
Oi||itral assistance is 11.2 crores ont of which 4.3 crores is in the shape of 
giant and the balance of 6.9 crores is in the shape of loan. So the ba&mce 
of the Cejitral assistance payable in the form of grants during the next 
three years is 18.6 crores or 6.1 crores per year and the balance of Central 
assistance payable in the shape of loans during the next three years is 
37.4 crores or 12.5 crores per year. Thus the Central assistance for the 
next year should not have been less than 18.6 crores out of which at least 
6.1 crores should have been in the shape of grants and 12.6 crores in the 
shape of loans. We estimate that if this amount of Central 
assistance was available, and this amount is in fact admissible to 
us, we would be able to maintniu the existing level of Plan expenditure for 
1958-59 and also to balance our Revenue Budget. The Planning Commis- 
sion was not, however, in a i)osition at that stage to indicate a total Central 
assistance of more than 7.07 crores excluding the D.V.C. out of which 4.04 
crores might be available in the form of grants and 3.03 crores in the form 
of loans. With this shortfall in Central assistance, the Planning Commis- 
sion wanted the State Government to restrict the Plan expenditure for the 
next year to 21.47 crores, excluding the D.V.C. I have taken up with the 
Planning Commission the question oi making available to the State Govern- 
ment all the Central assistance that was contemplated in the pattern of 
financing the State Plan, and at least to give a firm indication of what 
would be available, instead of keeping us in a state of suspense and un- 
certainty on such a vital issue. I have budgte<l for a Plan ex;>enditure of 
24.51 crores excluding tlie D.V.C. which exceeds the target of 21.47 crorea 
proposed W the Planning Coinmi»ion by about 3 crores. I have told the 
Planning Commission that ft is not possible at this stage to reduce the 
Plan expenditure beyond the limit I have done in view of the progress of a 
large number of Plan Schemes already taken up in the first two years of 
Plan period. The total State resources in sight, according to the Budget 
Estimates, is 15.69 crores oui of which 3.54 crores will be available as the 
balance from Revenue Account after meeting all Revenue Expenditure 
outside the Plan, 5 crores has been included under ^‘Public Loan,'* 5 crores 
would be available as Central loan as our share of Small Savings Collections 
and the balance of 2,15 crores would be available from Net Miscellaneous 
Capital Receipts. Thus the total State resources is 15.7 crores and the 
Central assistance communicated by the Planning Commission is 7.07 crores. 
The total resources in sight, therefore, work out to 22.77 crores for the 
Plan expenditure of 24.51 crores. There is thus a deficit of 1.7 crores in 
the Plan Budget which accounts for the overall deficit of 1.7 crores in the 
Budget Estimates for 1958-59. 


Out of a Plan expenditure of 24.51 crores for 1958-59 the revenue com- 
ponent is 11.40 crores. The balance from the Revenue Account from the 
State sector is 3.54 crores and the amount of Central assistance in the shape 
of grants already communicated is 4.04 crores. Thus the revenue resources 
in sight work out to 7.58 crores against the Revenue Expenditure of 11.40 
^ ciores which accounts for the Revenue Deficit 

of 3.82 crores in the Budget Estimates for 1958-59. 


I haye already stated in previous anilysis that the amount of Cen- 
tral assistance admissible to West Bengal works out to 18.6 crores for each 
Of the next three v^rs, excluding the D.V.C. The State resources in sight 
are 16.7 crores. Thus if the amount of Central assistance, as admissible, 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDIKGS 


[18th Fi®., 


were available to the State Oovemment, we could impletoent a Plan 
etj^cnditure of about 84 crpres. We lia%® found in full the resources that 
Were expected of us. Our difficulty is that we did not get the amount of 
Central assistance as originally contemplated in the pattern of financing 
ihe State Plan. 

« 

The Finance Commission are concerned with sharing of Centrally levied 
tax revenue and revenue transfers from the Centre to the States. Capital 
transfers from the Union to States are outside their scope. How the Second 
Finance Commission approached their task is stated by them as follows: 

‘*In our scheme of devolution, we have sought to provide for both 
the committed needs of the States and their needs for implementing the 
Five-Year Plan, to the extent to which the expenditure has to be met 
from revenue. We have, as far as possible, tried to meet the require- 
ments of the States by giving them shares of taxes. For most of them, 
however, this devolution, on a basis common for all the States, falls 
short of their total needs and we liave tried to make good the deficiency 
.by grants-in-aid.*' (Paragraph 128.) 


For each State the Commission assessed its committed revenue needs 
and also its revenue needs for implementing the Second Five-Year Plan. 
In assessing the committed needs of States, the Commission found that the 
estimates of such need.s made by the Planning Commission are unrealistic 
and that the gap in the normal budgets of the States is much larger. The 
Commission, however, have not in their Rejiort given the figure of the gap 
as estimated by them for each State. 

The Finance Commission have asse.^'^ed that the Second Five-Year Plan 
for West Bengal involves a Revenue Expenditure of 58 crores out of which 
25 crores will be found by the Centre in the shape of grants and 15 crores 
will be found by this State by way of additional taxation, leaving a gap 
of 18 crores in five years or 2.6 crores per year. For meeting this gap as 
well as the unstated gap in the normal Budget, tlie Finance C'omniis.sion 
have rei^ommended certain additional tran.sfers of revenue from the 
Centre to this State which amount to about 4 crores. Thus only almut 1.4 
crores is recommended towards meeting the gaj) in the normal Budget. 


This is open to two obvious criticisms. First, the assumption that the 
Central assistance of 25 crores in five years would be paid in addition to the 
recommendations of the Finance Commission has already proved wrong, as 
I have stated in the ])art of my statement dealing with the financing of the 
Plan. T had strongly pleaded with the Finam'e Commission that whatever 
money is considered by the Finance rommission to be admissible to the 
State from the Centre, or in other words, whatever money, according to the 
Finance Commission, the Centre is able to spare for this State or any other 
State should be made the subject-matter of the recommendations of the 
Finance Commission and the State Government should not be made to depend 
on the variable moods and favour of the Central Government. The Finance 
Commission accepted my plea for a part of the amount and for the other part 
which is larger we are still made to depend on the Centre. As the Commis- 
sion themselves point out: ‘‘Under our scheme, the States will be receiving 
a little less than a third of the outlay and a little over a third will come by 
way of specific assistance from the Union under the Plan; for the balance 
they will have to raise theirH)wn resources.*’ (Paragraph 132). Thus the 
largest part is still left uncertain. As I have said before that it is this un- 
certain part which is the cause of our present difficulties. The second 



&i#.l STATEMENT BY TBHE FINANCE MINISTER 

trificism relates to the prap in the normal Bud^ret. The Finance Commis« 
Bion state that they have estimated the grap hut do not mention what their 
estimate is. The amount they have recommended for meeting this gap is, 
however, too meagre. That is probably the reason why they have not stated 
what this gap is, though they state clearly that they have estimated this gap 
and also wiat the Planning Commission's estimate of this gap is too low. 
Ihe Commission’s estimates of the gap are basetl on two further assumptions. 
They have assumed (11 that the revenue received by the State from the new 
tax on railway fare will be enough to meet the interest charge on the capital 
lo be borrow^ during the Second Plan period, and (2) that the revenue 
derived by the Slate from the Estate Duty will be enough to meet the 
?ommitte(l exppditure on account of the ijost-intensive community develop- 
uumt and national extenvsiou service sidiemes. (Paragraphs 9r)-9()). Both 
these aBSuiapiious are likely to prove wiong and the disbursements under the 
two items will appreciably exceed the receipts from the two sourc^es. 


The Commission’s treatment of the sharing of net proceeds of taxes is 
the most unsatisfactory part of the Report. In the case of Income Tax, they 
have distributed 90 per cent, of the net proceeds on the basis of population 
and 10 per cent, on the basis of collection. In the case of Excise Duties, 
pupulatiou is the sole basis of distribution. In the case of tax on railway 
tares, the route mileage has been made the basis of distribution. In the case 
of Estate Duties, tax collected on immoveable property is distributed on the 
basis of the location of such property and tax collecteil on other property is 
di>trihiited oil population hasi.s. This State is to receive 152. G9 lakhs a year 
as grant-in-aid under Article 27d of the Constitution, i.e., graut-iu-aid in 
lieu of jute duty and a grant-iu-aid of ;>25 lakhs under Article 275(1) of the 
C< !i dilution wliich pzovides for a gran(-in-ai«l to a State in need of assist- 
aiue. As from 19t)t)-f»l. the graut-in-aid und(‘r Article 27-1 is to merge with 
the urant-iii-aid under Artcle 275(1), so that there will then he no grant-in- 
hmI under Article 27-1, hut the grant-iu-aid under Article 275(1) will be -175 
lakbs. 


A study ot the growth and develofimeuf of federal finance in this country 
cle.iily ^ho\v^ that Imome Tax came to be di^ided to restore the fimmeial 
balaitcc wliicli was found lo have been weighed heavily against the iudusfrial 
])roviuces and in favour of the agricultural piovinces by the distribution of 
taxing I lowrer between th<‘ Centre and the States and that Jute Duty came to 
be divided to meet the special difficulties of .Bengal wliicli arose* from the 
said distribution of power. If attributability of Income Tax revenue is 
ignored as completely as the Finance Commission have done, this unbalance 
cannot be I'orrected lint is further ac<-eutuated. The First Finanee (’ominis- 
sion had .said that though in the absciu'e of consumption statistics they liad 
to divide proceeds of Pbxcise Duties on population basis, consumption stati- 
stics should be collected so tliat the Second Finance (^onnnission could con- 
sider this basis. But no such .statistics were collected and the Second Finance 
Commission also distributed proceeds of Excise Duty on population basis. 
The distribution of the net proceeds of the tax on railway fores has been the 
unkindest of all. Route mileage has no conceivable connection with either 
the collection or the incidence of the tax. A part but only a part of the 
Estate Duty is distributeil on the basis of attributability. It is the 
only point on which some regard to attributability is shown. The 
treatment of the subject of tax-sharing shows little attempt to arrive at well- 
reasoned conclusions. It almost appears that the Commission did not take 
this part of their terms of reference very seriously in view of the nature of 
their approach to the task as a whole to which I have referred l^fore. They 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[ISth Fi»., 


liave failed te reeogabe the distinction lietween the share ol a tax and a 
l^ant-in-aid. As a result, all their re^mmendations TirtuaUy boil down to 

recommendation lor one ^ant«in*aid. Self-help gets no recognition and 
all the weightage is bestowed on population increase. 

I am proposing no new taxation in this Budget. Last ITovember, 
the House sanctioned a few measures of additional taxation which have 
either just come into operation or will come into operation as from the 
beginning of the next financial year. They will be helpful during the next 
year. Further, inter-State sales, which were so long tax-free, have, after 
an amendment of the Constitution, been made liable to tax by an Act of 
Parliament. The State Government is to collect the tax and retain the 
proceeds. This tax came into operation on 1st July last and we have taken 
credit for a full year’s collection of this tax in the .Budget. Another 
important change in State taxation is the abolition of Sales Tax on textiles, 
sugar and tobacco. In lieu thereof additional duties of excise on these 
commodities have been levied by the Central Government. The net proceeds 
of these additional duties of excise will be distributed to the State Govern- 
ments to compensate them for the loss of revenue consequent on the abolition 
of Sales Tax and the balance of the net proceeds, if any, left after making 
the compensatory payments to the States, will also be distributed among the 
States but on a combined basis of population and consumption, instead of on 
consumption as originally contemplated. In estimating the loss of revenue 
to the State Government by the abolition of the Sales Tax on these com- 
modities, the revenue from inter-State Sales Tax which is a sizeable amount 
in this State has not been taken into account and to this extent the com- 
pensatory payment to this State falls short of the actual loss of revenue. 
Thus the distribution has been unfavourable to this State both in regard 
to the compensatory payments and also in regard to the apportionment of 
the balance. 

The scheme of finance ihat has been in operation since 15th August 1947 
and particularly since the beginning of planning involves grant of a number 
of specific or ad hoc loans by the Union to the States. The number of such 
loans became too many and their terms and conditions varied widely. 

We also pointed out from time to time to the Union Government that 
they were charging us rates of interest much higher than what was justified 
by their cost of borrowing. Sometimes Government of India had revenue 
surplus which went to finance their expenditure outside Revenue Account 
including loans to the States. Sometimes they obtained gifts or loans at 
low rates of interest from foreign countries which they lent to the States at 
the full rate of interest. The loans which the Government of India gave 
us to finance the Canada Dam and the hydro-electric project there is a case 
in point. Sometimes the Government of India obtained money by deficit 
financing which they lent to us at full rate. The cumulative result of all 
these was that the Government of India was collecting from the States by 
way of interest charges a sum much larger than the amount which they had 
to pay themselves. The Central Budget reflected this clearly. 

The question of revision of the terms and conditions of the Union loans 
to the States was in this background referred to the Second Finance 
Commission. 

The Finance Commission rejected our request that loans goiven to finance 
purely Revenue Exjmditure, e.g., increase of salary of teachers, should be 
treats as grants. They also rejected the requests of the States in regard to 



STATEMENT BY THE FINANCE MINISTER 


. ^ 

assistance to specific projects and money provided by deficit financ- 
ing. They stated that such foreign assistance, though meant for specific 
projects, should go to the benefit of the whole country and should not be 
passed on free to the State in charge of the project. Similarly, money raised 
by deficit financing should, in their view, go to the l^nefit of the whole 
counlry and should not be lent free to States. The Commission, however, 
agreed that the cost of foreign assistance as well as the cost of deficit financ- 
ing should be taken into account in determining the overall rate of interest 
to be charged from the States. The Commission also stated : 

‘‘The large number of loans given and the wide variations in the 
rates of interest and the terms of repayment have introduced an avoid- 
able complication in the financial relations between the Union and the 
States. It will simplify matters and save a great deal of labour and 
accounting, if these loans are consolidated and the rates of interest and 
the terms of repayment rationalised.” (Paragraph 142). 

The Commission recommended the consolidation and rationalisation of 
the terms of the loans as follows: 

(1) the balances of all loans carrying interest at 3 per cent, or more per 

annum and repayable on or after lat April 1977 be consolidated 
into one single loan at 3 per cent. per annum repayable on 
aist March 1987; 

(2) the balances of all loans carrying interest at 3 per (‘eni. or more per 

annum and repayable on or before 31st Mareli 1977 ho consolidat- 
ed into one single loan at 3 per cent, per anmim repayable on 
3l8t March 1972; 

(3) the balances of all loans carrying interest at less tlmn 3 per cent, per 

annum and repayable on or after 1st April 1977 be consolidated 
into one single loan at 2} per cent. ])er annum rej)ayable on 3l8t 
March 1987 ; and 

(4) the balances ot all loan^ carrying interest at less than 3 per cent. 

per iiiinum and repayable on or before 31st March 1977 be con- 
solidated into one single loan at 2J per cent, per annum repayable 
on 31st March 1972. 

Regarding rehabilitation loans the rommission stated that as all these 
loan< were re-lent by the State Government to displaced persons, the C(dlec- 
lion from the displaced persons should also be passed on to the Government of 
India. 

The Commission also noted tliat there were a few interest-free loans which 
the States also re-lent on the same terms to educational institutions, local 
bodies and other agencies and they were intended to finance cost of educational 
buildings, industrial housing, etc. The Commission recommended no change 
in the terms and conditions of such loans. 

Thus, besides the interest-free loans and the rehabilitation loans, there 
would, according to these recommendations, he only two rates of interest, 
viz., 2| per cent, and 3 per cent, and two periods of maturity, viz., 15 years 
and 30 years. The Commission pointed out : 

“As a result of this consolidation, besides the rehabilitation and 
interest-free loans, there will be only four loans due from each State to 
the Union in respect of the loans taken during the period I5th August 
I94'r to 3l8t March 1956. We feel that the implementation of this 
scheme will bring aboult a great deal of order and simplicity in this 
field.” (Paragraph 162.) 



so » ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINaS [ 18 th Feb., 

Begarding the principle on which the rate of interest should be based, 
the Commission stated : 

*^The Union and the States are partners in the big enterprise of 
national development, and while there is no reason why the Union 
should lend to the States at less than the true cost of its borrowing, 
there is no justification either for charging more than the tftie cost. 
In cah'ulating such cost, all factors which affect the cost of borrowing 
should be taken into consideration.*’ (Paragraph 151.) 

In justification of the rate of 3 per cent, recommended by them, the 
Commission stated: “We have estimated the average cost to the Govern- 
ment of India of all its borrowings, including treasury bills and small 
savings, during the period from 15th August 1947 to 31st March 1956. In 
the light of this estimate and taking all relevant factors into account, we 
have come to the conclusion that the reasonable rate to be (charged to the 
States by the Union should be 3 per cent, and this rate should apply to all 
loans, irrespective of the period of maturity.** (Paragraph 157.) 

For loans having interest below 3 per cent., the Commission stated: “In 
our opinion, these loans should be consolidated at an average rate of per 
cent., which we expect will enable the Government of India to recover from 
the States the same amount as at ]»resent on account of these loans.” (Para- 
graph 159.) 

Government of India issued a Press Communique accepting the recom- 
mendations, of the Finance Commission, including the recommendation 
relating to the consolidation and rationalisation of the loans. They followed 
it up by an official order giving effect to the recommendations relating to the 
consolidation and raiionlisution of the loans. But just as we were going 
to finalise the Budget, we received a telegram cancelling the letter contain- 
ing the official order. Tliis has caused considerable dislocation in our 
Budget. We ho})e the Government of India will he able to accejd the 
recommendation of the Finance (Commission in this respect, particularly aS 
non-acceptance will undermine the convention we all like to see established 
that recommendation of a Finance rommissioii sliould be accepted as though 
it were an award. The last-minute cancellation of an order issued recently 
on sucli ail important matter is unfortunate. Budgeting in the States is 
growing increasingly difficult in view of this increasing dependence on the 
(.Vntre and the increasing uncertainty about the amounts which are likely 
to be received in this area of dependence. The clear-cut division of functions 
and also of finances in relation to such functions as visualised in the Constitu- 
tion is becoming slightly different in practice. 

The House is aware how we were called upon to face a specially difficult 
situation after Partition and how we have been dealing with it. I have 
circulated to the House tliree booklets, viz., (1) West Bengal State Rupee — 
From where it comes and where it goes; (2) Statement showing the Progress 
of development schemes, etc. ; and (3) Financial results of Schemes 
involving Transaction of Commercial or vSemi-Commercial Nature. 
With the help of these booklets the Honourable Members will be able to 
study the trends in our development. The Honourable Members will find 
that though difficulties in our path have been of unprecedented complexity 
aud magnitude and they have come and do still come in never-ending 
waves, we have encountered them boldly, tackled them with various degrees 
of success and today we are quite advanced on the path of progress and the 
f?tate machine is firmly set to foUow' the path of progress with greater speed. 

The Bengali translation of the Budget Statement, 1958-59, has also been 
circulated. 



APPENDIX 


West Bengal Budget, 1M84B 



Actuals. 

1950*57. 

Budget, 
1957 58. 

(In thouBands of rupees.) 

Revised, Budget, 

1967-68. 1958-59. 

Ractiptt 

Opening Bal^iee 

17,00.17* 

8.74,86 

5,70,71 

-27,57 

Rev'enue Receipts 

67,01,17 

01,88,87 

69,98,28 

08.86.59 

Receipts from Debt Heads — 

Loans 

35,95,37 

34,38,40 

40,31,80 

30,90,29 

Receipts from Contingency Fund and 

1,07,25,24 

80.86,37 

91,16,85 

73,75,47 

Public Accounts. 

Total 

2,17,87,95 

1,85,88,60 

2,07,10,70 

1,79,30,78 


Expenditure 

Revenue Exjienditure 

71,20,08 

72,17,62 

72,64,36 

72,09,16 

Capital Expenditure 

20,35,02 

26,71,42 

33,36,19 

21,80,09 

ExjK'ii lituiv cn Debt Heads — 

Loans 

9,60,56 

11,05,77 

10,63,43 

13,79,66 

Expenditure on Contingency B'und and 

1,11,00,98 

79,35,70 

84,81,29 

73,05,34 

Public Accounts. 

Closing Balance 

5,70,71 

-3.41,91 

-27,67 

- 2,03,47 

Total 

2,17,87,95 

1,85,88,50 

2,07,16,70 

1,79..30,78 


Net Results — 

Surplus ( -f ) 

Deflcit (— ) 

(o) On Revenue Account 

- 13,58,91 

- 10,28,65 

- 2,66,08 

- 3,82,67 

(b) Outside Revenue Account 

+ 2,23,46 

- 1,88,12 

-3,32.20 

+ 2,06,07 

(c) Ket, excluding Opening B^anoe 

- 11,35,46 

- 12,16,77 

-5,98,28 

- 1,76.90 


HndudM dabit b«lMioe of B«.2*10 Ukbs from traoBforred territoriM. 



w . ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [18th Feb., 

[4-10 — 4-20 p,m.] 

Mnt at oniir 

tjf BftfifcM Mukh$rjw$t On a point of information. 

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Mr# SpMkar; If you look into Part IX of the Assembly Procedure 
Rules dealing with Budget, vote on account is dealt with in rule 117, and 
you find that rules 113 and 116 have been made applicable. There will be 
no general discussion because rule 110 has been omitted. A bulk amount 
will be asked for and a schedule has been annexed indicating what are the 
respective heads under which the demands are being made. Then there 
will be discussion. Cut motions will be admitted till the 22nd February. 
Discussion will take place on the 25th February onwards. I think this 
happened last year also. 

8J. Eankim Mukh^rjee: 

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csfRTOR K'Qm wri cr^ rrr r*^ to ri rtoti^r i 

Mfi SpMkBr: If I have to look into the rules to which rule do you 
wish me to refer? Voting on account is not embarking on something very 
new. It is a thing which is knowm. Rules have been framed in this 
respect. Rule 117 lays down what the procedure is going to be. Rule 115 
has been deliberately omitted, ond so is rule 114. Rules 113 and 116 shall 
apply vintatis mutmidis. Then after the demand is made there will be a 
discussion on the demand, and you know the nature of the demand — a lump 
sum will be asked for — a schedule has been annexed and in the schedule 
indication has been given as to the amounts demanded under different 
heads. You will be entitled to put in cut motions which will be received 
till the 22nd and actual discussion will follow on the 25th. After that the 
Appropriation Bill will be introduced in the House. 

Tht HoN’blB Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Sir, if my friend Sj. Bankim 
Hukherjee's mind is open to any rational approach to thia particular 
problem, I explained to him also privately, there are two very good reasons 
why detailed consideration of the Budget and discussion on the detailed 
items of the Budget should taje place during the rainy season, say the 
middle of June, because according to our rules we must finish the Budget 
by the 30th June. There are two reasons : first of all, that in this season 



POINT OF ORBB1I 




He {ire not Able to get proper Assessment ol the total exp^diture for the > 
1957-58 because we still have got a month and a half to go and 
papaent will have to be made up to that time. We get a much better 
picture in June /July. Seoondlv, we more time then to discuss this 
Budget in detail than if you hurry through now as usually happened. 
The totii number of days provided for in the rules for General Discussion 
is four days. You can have the four days* discussion now. Then there 
will be no discussion in the second fortnight of June. No days hav^ now 
been allotted for Geneml Discussion of the Budget because we felt that 
perhaps the members will be in a better position to discuss the Budget in 
detail when it comes up in the middle of June. 

As regards the vote on account, there is nothing secret al)out it. There 
is nothing new about it. There are many countries where it is done; in 
England it is done. There is no trick about it, if I may say sq. The real 
tiling is that we get a better picture of the financial year if you have the 
discussion of the Budget in June. So far as the Finance I)epartment is 
concerned, it would be better if you finished it off now, but 1 feel that it 
will be much better for us as well as for the members if we have an 
unfettered discussion regarding the Budget items in June. 


[4-20-4-30 p.m.] 

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H 


ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS 


[ 18 th Feb., 


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m ^RTRT 5f5?i I m^ms^ ^fsm w otrt 

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w<n? f^fpw ^ noi 

Tilt Hon’Mt Dr. Bkthan Chamlra Dty: 

T<C‘*w wiit pww ? 

tj. Bankim Mukhtrjet: 

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Tht Hofi'ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

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ij. Bankim Mukhtrjet: 

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The Hon*blt Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

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Mr, Speaker: Which point of order P 

S|. Dtbtn Sen: 

^ ^5iv5^ :rc^ *f^ci;i — ^nWTu'S^^a? ^oo 'Q 

^08 rni I 

Mr. Speaker; Mr. Dos took an objection even before presentation of 
the budifet, and as I understood him — you should point out to me if I am 
wrong— bis contention was that such vote on account is not constitutional. 
Is that right? 

8). Sitir Kumar Das: I was not given sufficient opportunity to explain 
matters. My whole point of order is this that in view of the fact that 
vote on account can take place under article 206. that can be only when 
the Assembly has got powers to vote on account, but the normal procedure 
is, as quoted by Mr. Mukherji, that the whole budget must be discussed 
this .session. The point is that today is the 18th of February; there are 28 
days more before 31«t of March, wh^n the whole budget may be discussed. 

Mr. Bpaakar: If you will not take it omiss, Mr. Das, I would like you 
taking the point of law. As a barrister of your eminence I woald like 
you to please point out the relevant rules ; make it a legal argmnent. 



POINT OF ORDEB 


1%J 


' 15 


I]. Sisir Klimir Das: Le^I argument is that, under Constitution 
— lurticles 202, 203, 204 and 200 — ^you will find the budget is presented 
under article 202 and the normal procedure is that votes on estimates will 
be taken under article 203 and tbe Appropriation Bill will be^ssed under 
article 204. This is the ^rmal procedure of the budget .Tnat must be 
done nownally, but there is only one exception made under article 206. 

Mr. Spaaknr: What are the exceptions? 

8J. Sisir Kumar Das: Exception being that the legislature shall have 
power, which gives special power to the legislature to pass vote on account. 
I am just explaining. Supposing that the budget was presented but 
could not be passed before the 31st March then in order to legalise 
expenditure from Ist April vote on account can be passed. 

The Hon'bla Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Where do you get ''normally**? 

8). 8i8ir Kumar Das: In the normalcy of things. But, what is being 
done here? You have got sufficient time now% vis., 28 days for passing the 
whole budget estimates and Appropriation Act; yet recourse is l^iug 
taken to a procedure, namely, that you are passing vote on account and 
postponing consideration of tbe budget till doom. That is not the 
normal procedure; that is against the spirit of the Constitution. 

Mr. 8f»eakar: Mr. Das, I want you to satisfy me al)out the illegality 
of the proce<lure adopted. 

8j. SiSir Kumar Da*; You are here to uphold the C/onstitution, the 
spirit of the Constitution. 

Mr, 8peaker: Leave me to my duties, what I am expected to do or not 
expected to do is another matter. 1 am trying to follow your trend of 
argument. 

8]. Sisir Kumar Das: You are to uphoM the Constitution. The spirit 
of the Constitution is this that tlie budget must be presented during one 
session. 


The Hon’hle Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Presented in one session? 
Have you got that an.A where? 

8j. Siair Kumar Das: Article 2(I2, article 203, article 204 and article 
206 envisage that. Will you kindly refer to article 206(1;? 

The Hon’hle Siddartha Sankar Roy: 

Mr. Speaker: Let Mr. Das have the satisfaction of arguing a j)oint of 
law in the House. I think he will get the judgment here and now. 

8], Sisir Kumar Das: Will you kindly look at article 206(1)? 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Das, will you kindly hear me for a moment? The 
spirit of the Constitution is to be deduced from tbe language of the 
Constitution. Article 206 envisages exceptional circiumstances — unexpe<;ted 
demands, and article 206(a; makes it abundantly clear that it can be done 
in the •aWnce of unexpecte<l demands and unu.sual circumstances. 

8J. Sistr Kumar Das: Article 206(l)(a) does not contemplate that. 
That is article 206(1 )(b) and (c). 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[18th ftB, 


m’ 


Mr. •iMallM’S Kindly try to follow me. Article 2W(l)(b) 

, tuiexi^cted demands; 206(1) (c) deals with exceptional ^ant. 206(1) (a) 
deals with expenditure under ordinary circumstances. If exceptional and 
unusual circumstances were only to be taken into consideration there was 
no reason whatsoever for introducing 200(1) (a). 

[440-440 p.m.] 

t|. Sisir Kumar Das: Article 206(1) (a) contemplates sets of cir- 
cumstances like this. 

lir. Speaker: Be brief. I have followed you. What is the spirit of 
the Constitution? 

S]« Sisir' Kumar Das: If there was no sufficient time to pass the 
budget by the 31st of March, then votes on account could be passed. The 
Assembly having been summoned on the 17th February and there being six 
weeks before the 3l8t March, in the normal course the budget could have 
been passed. There was no necessity of taking recourse to article 
206(1) (a). 

Mr. Spaakar: Unless you add a new thing to your argument, I have 
made my position clear as to what is passing in my mind. What is your 
new argument? 

SJ. Biair Kumar Das: The argument is this — that the Budget must l>e 
presented and must be considered in the same session. 

Mr. Spaakar: Where do you find that? 

SJ. Sisir Kumar Das: That is the implication of article 206(l)(a). 
Please look into it. 

Mr. Spaakar: 1 have looked into it. 

Si. Sisir Kumar Das: Article 206(l)(a) is this: ‘'to make any grant 
in advance in respect of the estimated expenditure for a part of any 
financial year pending the completion of the procedure prescribed in article 
203 for the voting of such grant and the passing of the law, etc.’*. That 
means when the year is passing then you can take recourse to this 
procedure. 

Mr. Spaakar: I am against you on this point. 

SJ. Bankim Mukharjae: 

WTO — CtoliJ WT 5^1^ TO 'OTT I 

Mr. Spaakar: One thing you will kindly bear in mind. In rule 117 two 
rules have been mentioned. Rule 115 has been deliberatdiy left out. 

SJ. Bankim Mukliarjaa: .^ules 113 to 115 will apply. This is stated in 
rule 117. 

Mr. Bpiakar: 1 don’t agree. The point of order is sruled out. 



WEcmjmmm 






^ Ji|;ailllith ICOilMS Sir, I beg to move tliat.tbid Asaembly approve 
of *lhe s^me proposed through a imtiBoation by the Goyenuneni, in view 
of Ihe yarioiM representations made to the Qovemment, for ^ipgrading die 
teachers’^ salaries which is as follows:— 

(1) All teachers who are now serving as teachers in Secondary Schools, 
except ordinary graduate teachers (not Honours) who have had less than 
10 years’ experience as teachers and are under 50 years of age, will bo 
exempted from appearing before the Public Service Commission Gomniittees 
formed to test their eligibility to be placed on a higher scale of pay. 

(2) Future entrants will have to appear before the Public Servkse 
Commission. 

The Hofi’ble Dr. Bidliaii Chanclri Roy: I owe it to the Members of 

the Assembly and to the public 

8J. dyoti Basu: 

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Mr. Speaker: That is exactly wbat be waiiltMl to do. 

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Xhat should be in Hie list of business of the House. 

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iir* SfMiktr: Permission was souglit under rule 2 <:( 2 ) and having regard 
to the importance of the matter, I have permitted that. 

•i. Sttbodh Banerjis 

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Mr, Speaker: Then it cannot be discussed except by way of a motion. 

8f. Biitiadti Banarjis 

(?p awca? ^sirf^r ^srwrrc^ c?^nwT i ^ i 

I can dood you with precedents — Statement on ^ Rehabilitation 
frMtr* — Statement on Food — Where there any motions before 

the House? There was no motion, still we discussed the Food Problem and 
the Relief end Rehabilitation Problem. Similarly the Minister can make a 
statement on the understanding he has reached regarding the teachers this 
day and on that statement we can carry on discussion. There is no need 
for moving a resolution and getting our approval. 

Mr# SpMkSr; I do not agree with that. Those were special debates. 
The point is — can a special motion be made under the rules? 

The Hon*bl6 Dr. Bidtm Chandra Roy: We need not press it to vote. 

Let us just start discussion. ^ 

Mr. Spears Mr. Bjusu knows that some orrangement has been 
arrived at in regard to this. 

ij. dyoti Baius 

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4HCT«arf»w fra ♦TR sffra fswpi, vn’Ril j^nra^i ’iw 4§i ^ 1 

TMn Hon'bl. Dr. Bidhui CItuidr. Roy: You need not preea it to Tote. 

•J. BmH Dm: 

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llr* tp i lk f I There is an end ot the matter. 

[4«4C ""-4 * 6 Q p.m.] 

Tbi Hon’iila Dr. BkBian Olmidra Roy: Sir, I owe it^ to ^he mmpbers 
af the House and the public some explanation as to wha^ 4tep8 Hie GoVem- 
aaant have taken with regard to the upgradii^ of graduate teachers iu 
I|i4e4 high schools with what purpose. Sir, some time hack» as von 
ere aware, educe tionists both in this State as well as in omai 
States and also in the Centre have been considering the 
s^eH^ of improving dducation in the schools and on one 



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of points both the Central Board of Edneaikni at nrdi at other 
ocnnadiltees and oonunkaions have agreed npon that the tolml oareer of a 
studliii should be for 11 years and not fcu^ ten years as it is today* It is 
ebvibiis, therefore, that the eleventh year would be the first year of the 
present college session and ordinarily the arrangement is that ^e college 
Ejlasses would be for three years and not for four years as it is today. 
Therefore, the teachers of tomorrow will have to deal with students who are 
DOW studying in the first year class of the ordinary colleges, and, therefore, 
t was necessary that you should have better paid tochers so that they 
oould devote more attention to the study and teaching of the different 
subjects and for that purpose we as well as other S^tes had approached 
the Centre to give us help in order to implement their programme. They 
have agreed to give us help so far as the graduate teachers of the aided 
schools are concerned. The question arose as to how to assess the teachers' 
V 4 »lue. Xol>ody would contradict this statement that there are good, bad 
and indifferent teachers and very dutiful teachers also, and it is necessaiy, 
therefore, if possible, to make some assessment regarding the value of these 
teacbers in the different schools. We considered the question of the Public 
Service Coinmis.sion being employed tor the purpose, but it was found that 
under the Constitution we have not the right to do this directly. But they, 
as representatives of the people, decided to help us in the matter of such 
assessment. I am inforine<l that in many places the assessment has been 
made by the person'^ wlio are reputed educationists. I think it is better if 
I should gi\e the tacts before the House in order to develop my argument. 
There are, eveiylnidy knows, two t\pes of schools-— one is the Junior 
High School and the other is the Senior High School. Of tlie Senior High 
Schools, there are 1,101 schools which are aided and 579 schools are 
unaided and in the aided schools there are 13,008 teachers iu the unaided 
schools there are 8,107 teachers. In the Junior High Schools there are 
1,282 aided schools with 5,230 teachers and iu the 486 unaided schools, the 
number of teachers is 1,849. The total number of teachers in the 
Seoondary Schools, botli Junior and Senior, would be in the neighbourhood 
of 28,001). It is obviou.sly difficult and almo.st an impossible task to assess 
the value of all these men, and, therefore, we hud to consider to what 
extent we can assess the value of .some of these teachers. I may mention 
for those who are not conversant the difference between the aided schools 
and unaided schools. The aided schools have got to follow the grant-in* 
aid rules. The number of students in the school would be such as one 
Headmaster could effectively and efficiently control the students. The 
number of graduate teachers in the school must be a certain proportion of 
the total number of teachers in the school; that the school teachers will 
be getting a particular scale of salary and the fees of the students would he 
of a certain type approved of by the Gfovemment. If the schools agree to 
these conditions, then all deficits of those schools would be paid by the 
Government. But any unaided school can apply and get the advantage 
of an aided school provided they agree to the conditions. Similarly, any 
teacher of an unaided school can ask the Qovemmeni to apply for getting 
an aid under the new scheme. Of the 13,608 teachers iu the aided schools 
there are 8,352 graduate teachers. There are 3,131 under-graduates, that 
is to say, I. A., I.Sc. trained — ^I.A., I. Sc. with 15 years of experienoe — 
Matriculate Kanyatirtha or Sankhyatirtha — Final Madrassah passed or its 
equivalent — Matriculate, with V.M, training and so on. Besides these 8,352 
and 3,131, there are stHl about 2,000 teachers who are of the old ty|^ 
und^-Matriculate or l A., I.Sc. trained, of which there are about 590, I 
understand, I. A., I.Sc. whose oases we are i|qt considering at ihe present 
moment. We asked the Public Service Commission to help us with regard 
to the 8,362 graduate teachers. As you are aware, the Government has 



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from to time ooBsidered tke questkm as to wkoilier we need aesees tkt 
value of all the types of teachers and we divided up the teachers of aided 
achools into six groups— *(1) M.Sc., B.T., (2) B.A., B.Sc. (Hona. ) 

and B.T., (8) M.A., M.Sc., B.A. Hons.) with five years’ experience, (4) 
B.A., B.Sc. with ten years’ experience without B.T., (5) B.A., B.Sc., B.T. 
with less than 10 years’ experience and (6) B.A., B.Sc. who is#not a B.T. 
with more than 10 years’ experience. We, after a great deal of delibera- 
tion, came to the conclusion that the teachers, who are in a school for ^ 
years, would be considered to have possessed the requisite (jualification 
which is expected from these teachers. Therefore, there are no reasons for 
us to keep these teachers on the same roll as the B.A., B.Sc. who has less 
than ten years’ experience. 


[4-50—5-22 p.m.] 

Secondly, we felt that those who are teachers and who are over 50 
years of age should be exempted from appearing because it is expected 
that all of them have got a fairly long period of experience in teaching. 
But it is true also that there are a certain number of teachers who are over 
60 and who are graduates but who liave not got 10 years experience. 
We have, however, thought of exempting them also from appearing for 
these tests because most of these leachers are those who have come from 
East Bengal and they have takeu to the teaching profession at an advanced 
age. So, they have reached the i»ge of 50 without getting ll)e te^iching 
experience of 10 years. The present proposition, therefore, is that all 
graduate teachers who have got les*i than 10 years’ experience of teaching 
and who are under 50 ^eurs of age will have to appear in these tests — the 
total number being 1,847. One of the difficulties, as every Ixxly mu'-t realise, 
is the dearth of facilities for getting training. It is, therefore, suggested 
that these 1,847 tt^acliers — those of them who are not appro\e<l of hy the 
committees — would be allowed to get training at Governmeiit expense ir 
one of the twelve training colleger which have been estahlishetl for that 
purpose. Today in West Bengal we have got these 12 college^ and*^ th( 
total number of students who can he admitted there is nearly 2.000. So 
these 1,847 people could be trained in the course of one year. We have al8< 
providcil that those who are not appioved of hy the coinmittees will h 
pieced in the new grade on the ini lial salary and they will have to wai 
until they get the training when they will get the full grade. So, so fa; 
as graduates are concerned, the position will be this — the ordinary M.A. 
M.Sc., B.T., B.A. and B.Sc. (Honours), who are now in the grade o 
Jls. 126 — ^250 will in future be put in tne grade of Rs. 130 — 5 — 150 — 10- 
350, This grade will be applicable to M.A., M.Sc. B.T. and B.A., B.Sc 
(Honours) and B.T, as well as M.A., M.Sc. and B.A., B.Sc, (Honours 
with certain years of experience. These will form the first grmip. Th 
second group will consist of B.A., B.T. hut with less than 10 yean 
experience or more than 10 years’ experience. Instead of Rs. 100 — 15 
which they are getting today, they will be getting Rs. 100 — 5 — 215-10- 
^5. B.A. and B.Sc. who are not B.T. but with 10 years’ experience o 
more will also get the same grade. B.A. and B.Sc. with less than 10 yean 
experience, unless their age is over 50, will be put in the grade I hav 
Just mentioned, tii., Rs. 100—5—215 — 10—225, in the beginning and, i 
^ejy ate not app^ved of after training, they will continue in that grade 
We have ndt restricted our proposal of upgrading the teachers to th 
ffiodliates Only. I. A. and T.Sc. teachers, if they are trained— and w» 
used to get R.8. 70—100 nelH in future get Rs. 70—150. SimflaH^ lilatri 
oukite Eahyeitirtlma who used to get Rs. 70 — 100 will in future get Rs. 70- 
150, and the Matnculetes with V.M. training who are now getting Rs. 60- 
8d e^ill he getting Bs. 70—100. I. A. and I.Sc. teachers who are no 



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tma«4 aud who are getting only Re, 00—80 will aleo be allowed to join 
one ojt the traininp; colleges for under-gradnates. There are four svieh 
ooilegis with" provision for 400 students. I think there are only 501 such 
teachiir^. So, they should be able to complete their training in one yeir. 
After finishing their training, they will get Rs. 70 — 150 instead of Ra. 60 — 
80 which t4iey are getting today. This finishes the teachers in the aided 
schools, Ixining the 2,0^ teachers — I mean the non^descript sort of 
teachers — about whom we have not been able to come to any decision. 

With regard to unaided schools, this subject requires further investi- 
gation. I have told Sj. Satya Priya Roy who came to see me today that 
he will be able to sit down and discuss their problems whenever it is 
suitable for all of us. Similar is the ea.'^e wdth regard to the junior high 
schools. 

Sir, we have passed through very anxious times not only b^use a 
cenain iiuniher of tea(‘h“rs thought it proper to express their dissatisfaction 
in a particular way — by fasting — but also because it upset the whole educa- 
tional system of the country. Therefore, I, on my behalf, on behalf of 
the Government, on behalf of this House as well as on behalf of the people, 
thank all those who have taken prominent ptirts particularly my friend over 
there Sj. Jyoti Basu, in bringing about reconciliation. 1 think I should 
oleo mention the names of Sj. Jatiii Chakravorty and Sj. Deben Sen in this 
connection. Really they went out of their way in bringing this about. As 
far as I understood, the teachers really did not form part of their party 
group and yet they went out of their way to try and find out reconciliation 
between the different points of view. I hope that this formula which has 
been placed before the House should satisfy all of them. 

T do not think it is uecessiiry, subject to what you may say, Mr. Speaker, 
that any votes need be taken (Ui this issue beciiuse, after all, as Sj. Jyoti 
Basu has said, there may be other points of view and there may be amend- 
meiTis and so on it you put this to v(»te. I simply wanted to place before 
the House a concrete formula on the basis of which we could discuss the 
points of diflereuce that have arisen between one group and onother. 

Sir, these are all that I have got to say. 

8]. Jyoti Basu: 

Mr, Spoakor: The Chief Mini.Nter has made a statement because the 
House was greatly concerned with what had happened. This has been 
done only to Inform the House as to the last Government dicision. There 
He no motion belore the House. 

The motion of Sj, Jaganuath Kolay was withdrawn by leave of the 
House. 

ij. Jyoti Batu: 

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Mfi 8p8ak0r: Mr. Mukberje^, you are right. The Schedule will be 
fupplied. 

Th9 Hofl’IHe Dr. Bklhafl Chamira Roy: I am told that it is bedug 
printed and will be circulated tomorrow. 

Adjoummont Motion 

Mr. Sfiaaicor: Mr. Banerjee, you wanted to moTe an adjournment 
motion. You may do it. 

Dr. Dhirondra Nath Banorjoo. Sir, I move that the business of the 
House do stand adjourned for the puipose of discussing a definite matter 
of urgent public importance and of recent occurrence, namely, the 
arbitrary decision of the Government of West Bengal to transfer the head- 
quarters of West Dinajpur district from .Balurghat to Haiganj which will 
result in serious dislocation of economic life of the inhabitants of Balurghat 
and uproot for the second time a large number of settled refugees and 
bring untold and unnecessary suffering to the people of Balurghat. 

Adjoummant 

The House was then adjourned at 5-2 p.m. till 3 p.m. on Wednesday, 
Dm 19th February, 1968, at the Assembly House, Calcutta. 



ProfBNttnp of Ihe West Bengal LegUatfve AmmUty asiembted 
raider liie proTfekMn of Ibe CrantUotkin of 

The Assehblt met in tke Assembly House, Calcutta, on Wednesday, 
the loth February, 1958, at 3 p.m. 


Present: 

Mr. S{)eaker (the Hon’ble Sankabdas Banerji) in the Chair, 15 Hon'^jle 
Ministers, 11 Deputy Ministers and 212 Members. 


STARRED QUESTIONS 
(to whicfi oral answars wart given) 

[3 — 3-10 p.m.] 

ContrilHition by 4athia Credit Co-operative Sooiety for establiahment of a 

Health Centro 

•1. (Admitted question No. *17.) SI. Niranjail Sengupta. (a) Will 
the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Health Deportment be pleased to 
state if it is a fact — 

{i) that Jethia Credit Co-operative Society of Bijpur police-station in 
the district of 24-Parganas offered a plot of lana to Government 
for setting up of a Health Centre with provisions for indoor 
heds; and 

{it) that the said Credit Co-operative Society deposited, about two years 
back, the sum of Rs. 10,000 to the (Jovernment for the purpose? 

• (6) If the answer to (a) be in the affirmative, will the Hon^ble Minister 
be pleased to state — 

{t) the reasons as to why the Health Centre has not yet been set up by 
the Government; and 

(it) what steps, if any, Government propose to take to expedite the 
establishment of the Health Centre? 

The Minlvtor vf tUtv for Health (the Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy)t 

(a) Yes. 

(h) In accordance with instructions from Government of India grant 
for building and equipment is only permissible for Health OentrM in 
N.E.S. Block areas. It has, therefore, been decided to give priority to 
those Health Centres located in N.E.S. Blocks. The question of construct- 
ing the Health Centre in question will be taken up alter it is known as to 
when a N.E.S. Block is to be opened in this area. 

SJ. Niraii}aii Sangupta: 

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Til. Hm'M. Dr. Aiwth taMMi I cannot give you the exact date. 

1 want notice. 

S]. Niranjan tingypCa: 

Tha Han’bla Dr. Anath BandlNi 


Ray: After the general election. 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDIXOS 


[19th Feb., 


44 • 


SJ|. NirMijM SMgii|it«: 

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construction works will be taken up in due course 

WIR Ui, ^ JHI OTT f*R? 

The Hoii’hle Dr, Anath Bandhu Roy: In the meantime the pattern of 
scheme has been changed and so to implement this it will take some time. 

SJ. Niranjan Sangupta: 

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Iif« Speaker: You put the question properly. 

8J.^ Niranjan Sengupta: 

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The Hon’ble Dr« Bidhan ChaiKira Roy; I want to tell him that our 
difficulty has been that we were depending upon the Government of India’s 
help so far as construction of new Health Centres are concerned. The 
Health Department of the Central Government only recently has given n 
new scheme and we must follow that pattern ; otherwise you cannot get the 
grant. As soon as we are able to do, we shall certainly take it up. 

8j. Niranjan Sengupta: 

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The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Ohandra Roy: 

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SJ. Niranjan Sengupta: 

siik 2[r^? 

Tho Hon’bia Or. Bidhan Ohandra Roy: 

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ij. mranjan Sengiipla: 

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The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: When we have the NES Blocks, 
then these wiB be taken up. 

8|. Niranjan Sengupta: 

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The Hon’hle Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: This may be completed within 
the Second Five-Year Plan Period. * 

SJ. Niranjan Sengupta: 

C3^ ofiawBr umM 



id^ Qjimnom aind amweks 

Tilt Hon’bit Dr. AntUi Bandhu Roy: It has not been 4eciM vhettier 
tkisjwiU be taken up next year or the year after. 

Dr. Surtsh Chancini Banerjet: ^ 

• 

The Hon*ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: The oripinal pattern of tlie 
scheme was that acc ordinjr to the scheme ilurinj? the First Plan Period every 
TJnion would be provided with a Health t’entre. But subsequently in the 
Second Five-Year Plan period the sclienie is that there will be one priniaiy 
health unit in a thana and aiouud that ihore will be two or three subsidiary 
centres. 

Dr. Suraah ChamNra Banor|eo: 

The Hofi'ble Dr. Anat h BancBiu Roy: 

Other units are at present without he«l. 

8j. Mihirlaf Chattorjoo: _r!.c_s^ ^ 

cww oc^ 

The Hon’bio Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: This will be decided after the 
NFS Block is taken up. 

8J. Mihirlal Chattor|oe: 

W.K] C^, Z^k ^ ? 

Mr. Speaker: I think we are depuitiiig from the (luestion which was 
with reference to only one viz., the flathia Credit Co-opeiative Society of 
Bijpur. You are now lon^( way off. 

8J. Niranjan Sengupta: 

^SITRSTRl Wmt TOT I 

Mr. Speaker: T think the Chief Minister made it perfectly clear to you 
that the orbi:inal idea has been abandoned and a new pattern is beiujr taken 
up haviii^^ rep-ard to the fart that money is ffoinjjr to come from the Central 
Oovernment. Until it is finally decided nothing will be done for tho 
present. 

SJ. Niranjan Songupta: 

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Tho Hon'hio Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: According to the new pattern 
now all part.s of Bengal should be under one iNT.E.S. Block or other by the 
end of lt>C0 or the Second Five-Year Plan 
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ASSEMBLY PROClEWm 


[19th Ite., 


•}« 0«pii imis 

TOIC5R, ^!¥r ®rfir T^cuct^ wswsr 

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Tim Hon'lilt On Aiiatli Otticniu ll«|f: 

On Mara yaii Oi iamiNi Ray; 

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•in Spaakar « Ten thousand rupees is not sufficient for a Health Centre. 
Us. 76,000 is required for a Health Centre. The money has to be found 
from elsewhere. 

On Narayan Chaitdra Ray: 

w c![w^ 

Henceforward construction of Health Centre^ are they part of the develop- 
ment plan programme? 

Tha Hon’bla On Bidhan Ctianilra Roy: Yes. 

Influenza epidamic in the industrial areas 

•SL (Admitted question No. *259.) 8]« Monoranjan Hazra: Will the 
Hon ’hie Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleased to state — 

(а) whether it is a fact that the industrial area of the State has been 

affected witlC influenza epidemic ; and 

(б) if so, what 8tei)s, if any have been taken by the Government to 

cope with the situation, specially in the factory and slum areas 
of the State? 

Tht Hon’blo On Anath Bandhu Ror: (o) Some of the industrial areas 
in and around Calcutta have been affected. 

(h) A statement is laid on the Table. 

Statement referred to in reply to clause (h) of starred question No, 2 

Influenza was declared a dangerous disease in all the municipalities of 
the State of West Bengal as well as in the City of Calcutta and so made 
notiflable. 

Ke^latious enforcing measures to prevent and control influenza were 
promulgated under the Indian Epidemic Diseases Act, 189T (III of 1897), 
in all the municipalities as well as in the City of Calcutta giving wide 
powers to the local health authorities for a period of three months. 

All in-coming passengers from the East are examined by the Health 
Pfficers of Dum Dum Ai^ort and Calcutta Seaport. Any passenger show- 
ing signs of influenza is immediately segregated and surveillance cards are 
iiatied to odntacts with instructions io report their movements to the Health 
Qfllcers of their places of stay. Disinfection measures are taken in the 
infected ship and aeroplane. 

In the Beliaghata Infectious Diseases Hospital 100 beds have been kept 
reserved for segregation of influenza cases coming by sea or air. 

Instructions have been issued so as to keep all Government Educational 
Institutions in Calcutta and in Howrah closed till Bth July, 1957, and the 
authorities of Non-Go^emment Institutions have been requested to do the 
•ame. 



QUltSTIONS AND ANSWERS 



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lEdr the Health Education of the public a Press Note has been issued 
detailed instructions. 

Apart from the treatment that is being given at the out*door and in-door 
departments of sis State Hospitals in Calcutta, Government have provided 
Mobile Medical Squad for treatment of indigent patients suffering from 
influenza in their own homes in Calcutta. Three Assistant Surgeons hava^ 
been specially appointed for this purpose. 

No special measures other than those adopted for population in general 
were taken in slum areas. 

For industrial areas of Calcutta and Howrah there are 6^6 Pane! 
Doctors under the Employees’ State Insurance Scheme who are providing 
free medical treatment in their own clinics as well as in the houses or 
patients to those who are attacked with influenza. 

All medicines required for treatment are supplied free. Serious oases 
are hospitalised free of cost. 


EsUblishment of Health Centres within Nandigram poliOMtation of 
Midnapore distriot 

^3. (Admitted question No. *278.) SJ« Bhupal Chandra Pandat 

Will the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleased tOv 
state — 

(?) ^ f? w, «tHRi »»n*«ni»TO 

Wiwfl awreRln »re' *i;?w 

(«t) ^ (?) ac»!ja 5?, » i T»BV8(int f? 

*?p«nc?*a 075 W iw fl ?sn >Rt?ra f? TO*«n ?fflOTPi? 

The Hon'lilt Dr. AntUi Bandhu Roy: 

(^) swi 

(?) a«sf ^ I 

(S-IO — 3-20 p.m.] 

t]. Bhupal ChaiHtra RmBo; ^ 

4 ?^, ill?: ori w di?i ??i cH'0?i wJin, 

»w? 

[No reply]. 

Or. Narzan Cluuiilra Ray: 

<«?icsi c?iOT»is?ifl ^ ii?u -siiwn c??? ifl?TO 

5? 5 CT SIT, -aim «?nw aiTOPi ?rR snt 

Tha HonWa Or. BMhMi OhanAra Ray: I may tell my friends here thaty 
in ^6 First Five^Tbar Plan, our aim was to have Health Centre in eaob 
Union and one bigger Health Centre in the Thana. We did not have 
money; we approa^ed the Government of India. They gave us some moner 
but we. found out two things; first of all, that the Health Centres that haa 
been constructed were not being utilised by the people for ordinary diseasee 
but only for maternity child welfare. The delivery cases came but not Din 
ordinary cases; secondly, the Government of India were not prepared to 
^ve ns as much money as we wanted for starting the Health Centre in tacb 



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muon. Therefore, they have been coneidering an alternative scheme, 
instead of having one Health Centre in each union with one or 
iwo })ecl9, there should be a Health Centre in each union which would be 
more or less like an outdoor or a Health Centre in the Thana or in a big 
pinion with more beds and have a mobile van to carry patients from one 
p!a<’e to the other. This was made possible because of the developments of 
roads and construction of roads. So, at the present moment we cannot say 
that we have finalised the scheme, but the scheme will depend firstly upon 
the help from the Government of' India and the pattern which they lay down 
and secondly upon whether they would be utilised by the people as much 
as we thouglit. We are trying to develop the mobile dispensary system 
much naore, because it appears that people would like to have themselves 
treated in their own homes rather than come to a Health Centre for ordinary 

Dr. Siiresh OhafKffa Aanarlea: 

Tilt Hon’bla Dr. Bidhan Cbandra Roy: 

_ ^ U I 

^r::s ^ i 

Dr. Burash Chandra Banerjee: 

wrnr crw, ^Tr«fRj«r 

TBo Honlilo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

RT, fiRT 

laaraity of drinking water m the flood-affeoted areas of Rampurhat and 
Moureswar po3ioe-statt(Hi$ of Birbhimi distriot 

•4. \ Admitted question Tso. ^400.) B|. Cohardhan Das: Will the 
IHon’hle Minister in cliarge of the Healtli Department be pleased to state — 

W wm ^ <irRT?r 

; 

W «rT?5KrT. 

(^) \5T^ <?5^ ^RIT ? 

The Hon*ble Dr, Anath Bandhu Roy: 

W « (^) 


Bonstniolion of the lubdivisional Hoopital at UMiorit 

*4. (Admitted question No. *471.) i], AlMMi tCnttiar BaMi: Will the 
Hon ble Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleased to state-^ 

(a)/ when the work of construction of the Subdi visional Hospital at 
Uiiiberia will be taken up; 

ib) wSether new land haslieen acciuired for the said hospital buildii^gj 
^ or whether the same will be (onstructed on the present hospital 

site; 

«) how many beds will be provided for at the said hospital; and 



hm MiimfEBs -’m 

(if) ihm will Tie « mateniity wai^ attwittd *40 tlie KutI 

lios|utai 

thf Itonnire Dr. Anttli Btricftiu Roy: (u) As early as possible* but na 
target date can be fixed. 

(/>) Steps are being^ taken to acquire new land. 

(^c) There will be 108 beds in the new hospital — 58 beds for the meinlmrtt^ 
of tne public and 50 Iwds for the insured persons under the Employees* 
State Insurance (Medical Benefit) Scheme. 

id) Yes. 

Or. Narayan Chancira Ray: 

^ 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bicihan Chandra Roy: It is combined. 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Roy: Who is footing the billl^ 

The Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Half by ourselves and hall bfyr 
themselves. 

Supply of medicines to T.B. patients through Amardah Health Centre^ 
Howrah district 

*6. (Admitted (juestion No. *580.) SJ. Sasabindu Bm: (a) Will 
tile Ilon'ble Minister in charge of tlie Hyulth Department l)e pleased to 
state — 

{i) wh(dher there is arrangement for the supply of free medicines to 
tuberculosis patients in rural areas through Union Health 
Centres ; 

ill) if so, what conditions are imposed on the patients for receiving 
such medicines; and 

{lu) whether supply of each meditdnes is available at Ainuidah Union; 
Health Centre, police-station Shyampur, district Howrah? 

(5) If the answer to (o)(m) he m the affirmative, will the Hon’blo 
Minister be pleased to state— 

(i) what are the quantities of different medicines for tuberculosis 
supplied through that Union Health CeOtre from January, 1956. 
till June, 1957; 

(t'O what is the number of patients benefited during the period; and 
(Hi) what is the number of patients, if any, who could not be supplied 
with such drugs for want of stock or for other such reasons 
during this period? 

The Honlire Dr. Anatfi Bsndhu Roy: <a)(i) and (m) iTes. 

(u) The mediciises are s^plied after proper check-up of the patients 
in the nearest Government Hospital or Chest Clinic. # 

{h){i) In Jamtary, 1956, the Health Centre was not opened. On 21sh 
June, 1957, the following medicines were supplied^. 

Inj. Streptomycih^lOO giums. 

!P. A. S. — 500 grams. 

Tihixide — i^OOO. grams.. 

(it) and 



mmmmm 


[ 19 th Wm, 




of « Q^mamm HmpiM M tmm 

*7. (Admitted juestion No. *788.) $U Nan^ iMMlfl WiU the 
fioa’ble Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleiied to state — 

(a) whether the Government is aware of the fact that the people of 

Kharagpur Town are experiencing much difficulty for the want 
of a Government Hospital with a Maternity Centre ana a Chest 
Clinic ; 

(b) if so, what steps are proposed to be taken by the Government to 

remove this long-felt difficulty of the people of this town ; 

(c) whether there is any plan to extend the Hijli Health Centre near 

Kharagpur Town and to equip the same with a phone and an 
ambulance; and 

{d) if so, when the said plan will be implemented? 

Tho Hofi’blo Dr. Aiiath Banilhu Roy: (a) Yes. 

(b) Possibilities of getting a suitable site for establishing an outdoor 
tlispensary with facilities for modern treatment by Government are being 
explored. 

(o) and (d) Yes. The matter is under consideration of Government. 

S|. Narayan Ohobay: 

** treatment by Government are being explored’^ 

(0 ^ 5^? 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Only railway lands are avail- 
able in Kharagpur. We have applied to the Railways to give us suitable 
sites. We have not heard from them. 

BJ. Narayan Ohoboy: 

5TTTO um ^ JTCTO? 

Tho Hon’bla Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: There was a proposal but that 
has been refused by the Railway Authorities. Land is not available. 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: We are still pursuing it. 

BJ. Naroyan Ohoboys 

CDW: ^ 

Tho Hon’bfo Or. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

vflftr ^ WT ^rri 

i|. Narayan Ohoboy: 

land has been sanctioned to the West Bengal Government — 9 acres of landr 

Tho Hon'blo Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: No. 

Q^vonsmOite granla to K. B. Ray T.B. Hotpltali dadavpur 

*1. (Admitted question ^ 0 . *804.) Dr. Jfianandra Nath Malumdar: 

to) Will the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Health Department be 
pleased to state whether the West Bengal Government gives any annual 
grant to K. S. Ray T.B, Hospital at JadavpurP 



QUlSflONS Am AHUWBBS 



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(A) II tlie anewer to (») be in the affimathv, will the Hon*ble Minister 
be ^teased to state— 

|i) what is the amount ; 

(fi) whether the amount is onh* for the maintenance of the free beds 
• provided by the West Bengal Government and for the treatment 
of the patients in those bi^s; and 

(tit) if not, under what categories this amount is spent? 


TKt Hoil’ble Dr. Anath Banclhu Roy: (a) and (b){ii) Yes. 

(b){i ) — 

Annual recurring — Rs. 2, 00, 000. 

Towards the cost of blood re((uired for "‘resection of lungs’* opera- 
tions — Not exceeding Rs.4,800 per annum. 

Anti-biotic drugs recpiired for the patients treated in 100 Government 
free beds are supplied in kind, the cost being treated as grant. 

(iii) Does not arise. 


Or. Jnanemira Nath Majiimdar: Who are the oersons that derive 
benefit out of these beds reserved by the West Bengal Government? 

The Hbfi’bla Dr. Anath Banclhu Roy: The hill area people and the 
refugees. 

Dr. Jnanondra Nath Majumclar: What is the procedure for admission 
to the general beds? 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Banclhu Roy: The usual procedure according 
to the necessity of a particular case. 

Dr. dnanondra Nath Majumdar: Who are the persons to decide this? 

The Hon’blO Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: Director of Health Services. 

Dr. dnanondra Nath Majumdar: That means they have to come through 

Government ? 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: Yes. 

BJta. Anima Hoaro; 

w i?i® *(51 ‘ivs Wvisf* kiwiRw wii nw CTO TOirm tot 
TOCf sir? 

Th. HM’bl. Dr. Anath BMdhu Rto: 

TO?. 'E TOCI^ smut 11I.R5 TOCf i 

BJU. Anima Haara: 

•R-f??TOPic*ra ®f*n sn ? 


Tba Hm'Ma Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 



m 


[19th fte., 


ASSEaC&I^T PBOCEMHim 

UNSTAMBSS QUE^mmS 

(answcn to wUch were Md ob tkc tobie) 

Number of trahieil nurses and Dais in the tUte 

1. (Admitted question No. 45-3.) SIktaa Manikuntala ban: * Will the 
Hou’ble Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleased to state — 

(¥) sRfTOft « « c?9w: 

Kqgitw :TO»r^ pn6 »i«5i ^ >a4t gfawsiT »R«nt 

'SirS’S 4l')ilWI ; 

(^) ^<3!^ ripf « f»Pfrar5 (trained) 

44t 5*?^: vcm ’P5sm??f Wish pwB bTjolw eiogi 

lOTK 

(rr) g Tcer^iifficei rnsf o »««(n 4iwipn ? 

The Minister of Stote for Health (the Hen'Me Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy): 

(rf) ^.btod SH I #9CT I 

(N) i.irdit 5»t <3 4is:» i or o sr T^T'fcn wph 

W I 

(tf) g fl ^ rr iT^ SR « coo ^ R^i 

SJta. Manikuntala Sen: 

RCT% cdf:?: W4T? sfR aft ^ ’ps^vt ?ipf ror 55 'sr 

snRESrr fsf? 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Boy: 

R’l' wn:;^5f vara >it<nT fisp Rti >a«Ri s>Ji ^W§®»r 

enzS, ’i'o»( t.tiln) — afrWI^Ptj[^C'5 RRI 44 »iiW I '5T 

SPCVS C^R wrt.4 t)0, RSR SrmPtra 00—4^ 44R 4nif I 

[3-20 — 3-30 p.m.] 

BJta. Manikuntala San: 

emi^e:^, ws r«r ?? at® sitr? 

The Hon'Me Dr. A nath Bandhu Boy: 

40 RRf 00, lilSRn# HMIfl WHT® gBPt R, ttofJw fotR SW W4I 

Site. Manikuntala San: 

»ra «(;Sbri C4f»i ss-infii W fJw ? 

The Hon'Me Dr. Anath Bamttiu Roy: 

«r; "t’ R’l' C4teia <rc? af^ 4S4-4i4i am ^ 'siws swti 4»rfd 1 

SJtfc Manikuntala San: 

wn 4»W 9g Mwwwa*iia aiwwza w swi* imt 4 ^ tte vro w fi*i 
SflRWl 

The Hon'Me Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

^o*k SR UR* one SR ifil I 

Sr. Abu Asad Md. ObaMnl Ghani: Among the nursea who are qualified, 
how many are employed — what is the percentogeP 



QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


Hon’bje Or. Anath Bandhu Roy: Tlie percentasre is not fixed— it 

is doae according to requirements, 

Mta. ilani kimt ala Sen: 

sjw! m ^ dnrtw ^ Wics 
— sTT^ cra'Q ?n, m fsr? 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath BaiNlhu Roy: 

SJktaa Manikuntala Sen: 

?n, TO SR OFC^ j^WT? 

Tho Hoii’bto Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

^srrSTRt 0fHT ?TF^! 

SJ. Sunil Das: 

TTPf nia cro 

’TO C 5 T^?T 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

^ R<3?n 1 

Sj. Sunil Das: 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

WlTlJ^ C'R I 

Establishment of Health Centres in Itahar and Banshihart poHoo^ations 
of West Dinajpur distriot 

2t (Admitted question No. 406.) SJ. Basanta Lai Ohatterjeo: Will 
he Ifon’ble Minister in cliar^^e of the Ifealth Department he pleased to 
'tate — 

(^) firw»i;?r wrrra ^iJnrni « sfwra >i?wRrt '^n’wproi ’R’W 

W; 

(<r) >0^ •^FUfK^wJsTil wwjijw ^ Jff?raT bed snW; 

(^) <3 ToT^tT^vo 

; 

(1^) 4 ^njcsr #(% cw •'if^wri-piT «nt? fat; 

■oat 

(«) (a) ac» 5 Rf 5Tt PFia: cana: »«ni?i cwn ^ ^aat a«R? 

The Hon'ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

(jf) »ap‘«niaps c*n®n >i*^ i 

(N) fl (FT) ai I 

W ?iti 

(«) ^Btiw >iiapf$ »f»i- » i ana,g *aT«roF»a c«nrn 5^1 ^ fn^ si^rFi 
« aifawaia f^5Jrf§ *a i » i i i )c^ cwna •»tfaasr*HT wroi at>a1?Rft urb 
f.E.s. Block ^ jmm sFwasfS «^i»^iPF ' *ff a^fnam fpsphi ancf i 





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[19th Fbb., 


•J. liMiitt Lai Cliittirjaas 

wn ^ H TO«f f^? 

riia Hoit’bla Dr. Aaath Bandhu Roy; 

m ^ jfwm— ^ ^ 2nr 

8 |. Baynt a Lai Chattorjaa: 

^i¥T pwr:^? w*n ^ fsr? 

Til# Hon’blo Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

Sm «f3n woin ^ fj? I 

8j. Baaanta Lai Ctiattar}oa: 

C^, ^ **n*8f?C^C*fiRf OfStl 5TIt^ FRT 

TO c?'©?!? ?[CTO-~pr§T ^ OTT TO 

t[?r U? 

Mr. BfMkar: I liave repeatedly requested honourable members to frame 
their questions properly. You are not delivering' a speech here. Please put 
your question properly. 

8J. Bymta Lai Chattorjoe: 

^it6?n to ra jhto to wto 

Tho Hon’bie Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: 

^ ^ ^35f5 ^ I 

8J. Baaanta Lai Chattorjoe: 

W 2ITOJ TOC^ c^, ’'=^n^'‘«ncTO cwn i toItoj sjctn cwn ^ ? 

Mr. Bpoakor: It has been already answered. If you had heard the 
earlier answers with attention you would not have put this question. Xhe 
question is disallowed. 

WatoNsupply and sanitary arrangements in 8onadah, Mirik and other 
bazars of Darjeeling district 

3. (Admitted question No. 621.) 8J. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: Will 
the Hon 'hie Minister in charge of the Health Department be pleased to 
statfr-'— 

(a) if it is a fact that Sonadah Bazar, Pokhrebung Bazar, Reshep 
Bazar and Mirik Bazar of Darjeeling district have neither any 
latrine nor any arrangement for water-supply endangering there!) j 
the health of the localities; and 

(h) if so, what steps, if any, are proposed to be taken by the Govern- 
ment to improve the sanitary condition of the ahovenamed bazars? 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Antth Bandhu Roy; (a) No. 

Sonadah Bazar and Pokhrebung Bazar have airangeinents for water- 
supply. Reshep Bazar has arrangement for water-supply and latrines l)oth. 
Mink Bazar, which is the property of Thurbu Tea Estate, has none of these 
two amenities. 

(h) Arrangement is being^iade for providing public latrines at Pokhre- 
bnng Bazar. Mirik Bazar being the property of Thurbu Te^ Estate, 
Manager of the said Tea Estate is being requested to provide water-supply 
and latrines in Mirik Bazar. 



1958. l|,t QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS » 

•J# WuMlra BabMtar Hmial: 

fmt # w*ft ^ ^ <n^ ^ «>f VC ciwnr <il W 

vt wft i w *111 fi 

Th» Hoii’M* Or. Amth ■andhu Roy : That is not a fact. Airangement 

:oT water stfpply in Sonada Bamr is quite au£Boient. 

SJ. BlMdro BdMdur Hamal: 

OOC sjtft OCIHliJi? Pf W iCT ^ fj|rt t ? 

TN Hon’ble On Anatti Bamlhu Roy: I want notice for ihat. 

8J. Bhidra Bahadur Hamal: 

awshr >1^ t ? 

The Hon'ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Boy: Re^^arcling Somnla the source of 
filter Htipply \s qnite sufficient for the area. 

8J. Jyoti Baeu: 

^ as?IC^ v£|^ W ^ ^ qdf)CO*i— '6$! ORl ’’TCW 

ft?; WT? ifuOTt ^ a wr] ^enn 

:7f$T ifsT 

The Hon’blo Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: Supply of potahle water i« 
sufficient there. 

Number of tube-wells in Domjur, JagatballavfNir and Bally polioeotalioiit 

4. (Admiffetl tpiestiou No. 668.) 8). Tarapada Do: Will the Hon'hle 
Minister in oharjjfe of the Health Department be pleased to state — 

what i.s tlie number of existing tube- wells in <‘ach of the unions of 
|)olice-HtationH of Doinjur. Jajrathalhivpur and Bally of Howrah 
district ; 

(h) how many of them are in working order; and 

(r) whether the (lovernment have any idan for free supply of drink- 
injU^ water in ruial areas of those ]>olice-stationH 

The Hon’blo Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: (a) and (/>) A statement is laid 
on the Library Table. 

(c) Yes. 

8upply of drinking water in Kharba police-station of Malda district 

5. (Admitted question No, 674.) Dr. Golam Yaidani: Will the 
Hon’ble Minister in charj^e of the Health Department be pleased to state— 

{a) the stf^is taken by tlie Government for supply of drinking water in 
Kharba police-station in the Malda district; 

{b) the numlier of tul>e-wells existing in the area; and 
(r) the number of tulie-vrells that will be sunk in 1907-58? 

Tlio Hc^’blO Dr. Anath Bondhu Roy: (a) During the last two years 
19 tube-wells were sunk in Khabra police-station and 58 more tube-wells are 
being sunk in the N.E.S. Blocks within the police-station. Moreover, all 
clerdict tube-wells have been taken up for resinking. 



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[19th Feb., 


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{b) One hundred. 

■{c) Programme tor the year 1957-98 is under considemtioit. 

Or. Coiam Yaidaiii: 

c»r TO *iwi fat f64^«ca5i ^nw? 

Tlw HonW* Or. Anatit OaiNllia Ray: Yes. Twelve tabeileils were 
Huuk in Khnrba police-Atntion during 1955-56 and three tube-wells durinflr 
1950-57. 

Or. Galiin Yaotoii: 

WRT W COTR ROT OTT 5OTI fff ^ 

wpmH fR? 

Tti0 Hofi'bia Or. Anath Banilhu Roy: I want notice for that. 


Mootion Oommittioo for admission of studonts in Medioal Golloges 

6. (Admitted question No. 689.) Dr. Narayan Chandra Roy: Will 
the Hon'ble Minister in charge of the Health Beyartment be pleased to 
state— 

(а) ' the names and designations of members of different Selection 

Boards set up by the Government for admission of students to 
each Government-managed and Government-aided Medical 
Colleges of West Bengal; and 

(б) the principle followed by the Government in selecting the members 

of vnrious Selection ftoardsP 

Ttio Hon’hfo Or. Anath Bindhu Ri^: (a) A statement is laid on the 
Library Table. The Selection Committees for Government-aided Colleges 
are not set up by Government. 

• 

(6) The Selection Committees in the Government Medical (V>lleges are 
noj-mally formed with the Principal of the College concerned, two members 
of the teaching staff, a few medical practitioners, meml>ers of Legislature, 
distinguished public men and the Bircctor of Health Services, West Bengal, 
or his representative. No particular principle is followed in constituting 
the Selection Committee of the Calcutta Dental College. 

Dr. ilimendra Nath Majumdar: With reference to answer (b) what are 
the nriuciples for selecting the medical practitioners, the members of the 
legislature and the distinguished public men? 

The Hofi’ble Or. Anath Bandhu Roy: The Prim-ijial of the College, 
Iw'o members of the teaching staff', two outside medical men and three 
members of Legislature. 

[a-e‘{0--a-40 p.m.] 

Dr. Jnanendra Nath Majumdar: Is there any principle? There are five 
thousand medical practitioners in Calcutta, On what basis are they 
selected ? 

Tho HOA*blO Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: In the contiguous districts one is 
Tepresented so in the Burdwiu Division this has been divided into three 
areas and from that we take medical practitioners. 

Dr. JnaiMNKlra Nath Majumdar: What about members of the legis- 
lature? Are there any members of the opposition? 



POINT OF INFORMATION 


67 


195BjJ 

TiMI Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan CbaiKbll A member of tbe le^^-iRlaiure 

has no special colour; a member is a member. 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

TOT TO^T, 7m- 

Who selects the Selection Committee? 

The' Hon'ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: Normally the Government does 
it. The Director first of all does it, and then it is approved by me. 

Reservation of free beds in 8. B. De T.B. Sanatorium, Kurseong, for 
refugees and hiflmen 

7. (.Admitted question No 784A 8Je Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

Will the Hon’ble Minister in c‘]iar*»e ot the Ileaitb Department be pleaseil 
to state — 

(a) what is the number of tree beds reserved by Government in the 
S. B, De T.B. Sanatorium, Kurseong*. for — 

(/) refugees, {ii) hillmen, and (ifi) non-hillmen; 

(h) wbetber the Gnveriimeut has been ap]iroache<l for assistance by tlie 
Sanatorium authorities for increasing the number of tiee IumIs 
in the above categories; and 

<r) it so, wdiat stejis have been taken by the Government in this 
eonuection? 

Tho Mon’blo Dr. Anath Bandlui Roy: (u) (i) Twenty-two beds. 

(li) Tw^enty-five beds. 

(Hi) Nil. 
ii)) No. 

(cl Does not arise. 


Point of Information 


8]. Canosh Ghosh: 

STSl'WI SI5TO, WTO WI»WTJ WwW fWTOBT WT’W'*! SRITO 5T^-<IWW 

wf«TO»H wra*® sRnwws win lawTd fsft tRi ' .t w ni 

fwrro «t^i cwwra wf«(OTCT *i;wi»5l 

■•wiH, >a^ wW.siw w?*ppwh fflcwiT 

<iwra wiwiiHi OT I wmr? Wij 

“T write to say that discussion on the Report of the Finance Commi''- 
i sion cannot take place unless we get the reiwrt itself from the 
Government of IndiiC*. 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

tiJTiiiiij TOrfiE, toct'O t 

I have not forgotten that, and I want yon to discuss that report, 

8j. Canosh Ghosh: 

Th# Hen’bio Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

C1IPTO ♦rnR ^orfir aWfs? mm i 

It you want to discuss, have another day. 



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[19th Feb., 


Sj. Cwiarii CfMtfi: 

anr*»i75w ’pfwi anjRfi *n5f? sn fv 

The Hon’bl* Dr. Bidhan diuidra Roy: 

psi fsra?, ’3W lawi ^ wsr? 

8J. Canaah Choaii: 

9J5 uHSR STTOI '4(n*tlHl 51^ I <a >0^ 

cjnsw f:?OT ^wiwa ^iwimi tor i top® TO’t 

fTOIwVCT*5 TOWIRT SOT Sts® I 

The Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

• CTO, SWOT ^ S^ 

SJ. Canosh Choah: 

la »J7&i t® CTOf t?rpR fro •tr' ?ca? 

Tho Hon’blo Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

'anta C»lii TOI^ TOts— 

We are considering this. 


Adjournment Motion 

tjo Homanti Kumar Baau: I have an adjournment motion that the 
House be adjourned to discuss an urgent matter of public importance, 
namely, the serious situation that has been created owing to stoppage of 
doles by the Government to 100 refugee families in Basudebpur Camp in 
the subdivision of Bishnupur in the district of Bankura, as a retaliatory 
measure for their refusal to go outside West .Bengal for rehabilitation. 

I have another motion — that the House do adjourn today to discuss a 
matter of public importance, viz., serious situation created owing to assault 
made on Sri Kumar Dutta, a respectable citizen of Calcutta and a Councillor 
of the Calcutta Corporation, by Shri Anil Sarkar, O.C., Shampukur P.S., 
on the last Friday night at the Police Station. 

SohudMu of Bu^ot 

BJ. Banlcim Mukhorji: 

snfFm, 

fsf vlJ<R *TT SfFVf jFjpij •?! 

Mft Bpoakor: It has come, but because the questions were going on, 
the distribution was held up so that members may not be disturbed. It 
is being distributed. 

B|. Banklm Mukhorji: 

^ ?rc8T ^ 2ff5rfe'6?r ^ siotr ^ i 

LAYING OF ORDINANCE 

Tho Wool Bongtl itloo Tox (Amemtmifit) Ordtnanoo, 19S8 

Tho Hon'blo Or. Bidhan Ghandra Roy: Sir, I beg to lay before the 
Assembly the West Bengal Sales Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 1958 (West 
Bekgttl Ordinftnce Ho. 1 of 1958), under Article 218(2) (a) of the Constitution 
of India. 



DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


59 


LAYING OF RULES 

Laying of Amendments to tiie Bengal iMotor Veliiolee Rulaiv 1S40 

The Hon*ble Dr« BiiSian Ciiendra Roys Sir, I beg to lay before the 
Assembly# the amendments to the Bengal Motor Vehicles Rules, IMO, 

Laying of Amendments to the West Bengal Prevention of Food Adulteration 

Rules, 1956. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu Roy: Sir, 1 beg to lay before the 
Ffouse the amendments to the West Bengal Prevention of Food Adulteration 
Rules, 1956. 

8j. SubOdh Banorjee: According to the rules, so far as I know, we can 
move amendments to these particular rules — the Motor Vehicles Rules as 
well as the Food Adulteration Rules. We request you to fix un a date 
within which we can submit our amendments to these particular rules 
because we want to discuss these rules. 

Mr. Spflakor: You will have to give notice of amendments. Now the 
debate on the Governor’s speech. Mr, Jyoti Basil. 

Debate on the motion of Address in Reply to Governor’s speech 

8j. ilyoti Basil: Sir, I be^^ to move that the following be added at the 
end of the address in reply, viz, — 

“But regret that the speech is unrelated to realities, and paints a com- 
placent picture of the situation in West Bengal on every issue and fails to 
indicate any departure from the old bankrupt policies.” 

Dr. Surssh Chandra Banorjoo: Sir, I beg to move that the following be 
adSed at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no clear indication has been given as to how — 

(1) deficiency in the food produce in the State can be overcome and 
the price of rice and other essential commodities effettively 
reduced ; 

(2) East Bengal refugees will be economically rehabilitated; 

(‘D the ever-growing unemployment problem among all sections of the 
people can be effectively solved,” 

8]. Manoranjan Hazra: 

Sir, I beg to move ^ 

Jiprt? awiifswRt 5^, 

wj— 

fw— 

{'») ' 5 TO? «rm sox 51^ tiT'^sr 

:r. : 

(%) fsrsranwsrt? pr(Tf>?5 onwa wr sw : 

( 0 ) ^ss'siw 

(8) wfswnft «rw sw; »RW nm «ffsi 'gf’t* 

^•Wnrt siPfl VSHt WR w Rt ; 



00 AS’SEKBLY PEOCEEDimS [19 th Feb., 

(0) 5!;aT'*sW'o ^ 

^ 'Ti^ ; 

(^) ^^fi$?rr ^3Srf wr 

SMw ^ 5?r$ ; , 

(^) f**wr*p 4^1^ c^H ^ ^ ; 

W ^*^1*5 *(,»^Vl^(.»l9 WH •ilf'Sfl ^sfT 5T«T^ 55 »?I^ ; 
w C?IT<f 

^ffw^^RRT ®fef<r5 3[^ »nit ; 

(^0) 3T*nf^ 2f^fe?l 6Tf^ iilt 2SUfZ^^ ^TTfwiOT 

C^M ^«rT Sfsi?^ 5? *111^ ; 

(b^) wma mm >rs™ 3TOT*nR?i : 

(^^) ^ ^TTO 5^5 ^ifiRm w^.:v- VT?J 

i^Twt^ ^ »TT^ ; 

(^0) rf»5W^»rnT 5r?i^ra*tei^^ fim um m 

^ ; 

(^8) 5PFI*?CT lWTT<j;ffrT? <3 tTPH W ^ ; 

(^<j) ww^j 5fi^«jsf'OT 503? Sn'yi ^?n?f ®f?i c^w >if^^ ^ipps^ 

®fwfw m ^ ; 

tja littill CtlikravOfty : Sir, I bep: to move that the followiiif? be added 
,at tbe end of the address in reply, namely : — 

“But regret that there is no mention of measures to be adopted for 
removing corruption and nepotism in the highest level of administration.” 

8). Batanta Kumar Panda: Sir, I beg to move that the following be 
added at the end of the address in reply, viz, — 

“But regret that the said s))eeeh does not contain any discussion as to 
Panchayats, and Rural Primary Education and the construction of Roads, 
excavation of the Khuls, repairs and maintenance of Embankments have 
not been propertly described and accurately given thecin.” 

Jinab Srud Badrudduja: Sir, I beg to move that the following be added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no mention has been made of the failure of the Govern- 
ment — 

(i) to check the soaring prices of essential commodities particularly 

of rice and other food articles in the State; 

(ii) to ease the distress of people in the border areas due to restriction 

on movement of paddy thereto; 

(iii) to end corruption in the administration; 

(iv) to protect the fundamental rights of citizens and implement the 

constitutional guarantees for all sections of people including the 
minorities ; 

(v) to check the growing unemployment in the country particularly 

among the educaW midale-class ; 

(vi) to tackle the problem of displaced Muslims in the State; 

tvii) to stop police atrocities particularly in the countryside, creating a 
sense of insecurity and frustration among people particularly in 
the minds of the Minority Community.” 



1900 DEBATES ON GOVEKNOH’S SPEECH ’ 61 

M, Mihir L<l Chatterji: sir, I beg to move tlmt the followiug be ncldeil 

the end of the address in reply, via. — 

regret — 

(i) that nothing: has so far been done to ]>rotect tlie agiienltniisis from 
• illegal exaetions like Dhalta, Iswar Britti, etc., collected by the 
mill-owners and big dealers; 

(ii) tliat the Government has so fai failed to enforce the ceiling price 
of rice as fixed by the Central Governineut ; 

(iii) that the water-rate fixed for irrigation acts more as a deterrent 
than ns an encouragement for growing more food." 

8j. Renupada Haidar: Sir, I heg to move that the following 1 c added 
at the end of the add^e^s in reply, viz. — 

“But regret the omission of — 

(i) large-scale mala fide transfer of land by jotedars in Snndarban to 

evade the operation of the ]>rovisions of Kstates .Ac^joisition Act 
and Land Kefors Act fixing ceiling of land; 

(ii) huge eviction of Bargadars from the lands in Snndarban; 

(iii) State acquisition of fisheries and «li8tnbntion of them to the poor 

and landless peasants and agricultural labourers; 

(iv) distribution of lands vested with the Government due to opeiation 

of Estates Acquisition Act and Land Kefonns Act t<» landless 
peasants and agricultural labourers; 

(v) development of Snndarban.” 

8J. Sllbodh Bai10fj66: Sir, I beg to m(»ve that file following lie added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

• “But regret that there is no mention of any effective measure to be 
taken by the Government in onler to — 

ii) check the deteriorating economic condition and the acute unemploy- 
ment problem ; 

(ii) lowei the cost of living; 

(iii) jnovide people with facilities of free educutjon ; 

(it) end corruption, inefficiency and wastage in different departments of 
Government,” 

Of. Rwiimfra Nsth Stn: Sir, I beg to move that the following be added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the following matters have not been dealt with by the 
(ioveriior with due em])hasis, namely, — 

(1) the se^iou^ housing shortage in We^t Bengal and the failure of 

the Government and the employer** to construct new houses for 
the low income gioup; 

(2) inade<|uacy of wages and salaries obtained in West Bengal in the 

context of high prices and increasing production due to the 
efforts of the employees; 

i>]) unsatisfactory state of affair in regard to Employees’ Htat“ 
Insurance Scheme; 

(4) high rate of retrenchment in mills and factories in AVest Bengal; 

(5) growing unemployment in rural and urban sectors iiaitimiluil.v 

among midale-cla«s ; 



««' ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [19th Eeb., 

(6) failure of the Government to give due protection to, and to promote 

cottage industries and small-scale industries; 

(7) failure of the Government to further industrialise the State where 

tremendous potentiality does exi8t*\ 

ij. Sffhriii Kumar MuiHek Oftamnifiury: Sir, I beg to move that the 
following be added at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

‘*But regret that, an unreal picture with regard to the law and order 
situation prevailing in this State has been given in the speech.’’ 

Sj. Bankim Mukharji; Sir, I beg to move that the following be added 
al the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no mention has been made about the failure of the land 
reform measures to solve tlie agrarian crisis of our State, and about the 
inadequate aid to the peasantry in the matter of agricultural production.” 

8J. H«ra Krishna Konar: Sir, I beg to more that the following be added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the seriousness of the food situation in our State has 
been totally minimised ; that there is no mention of tlie faiit that the food 
crisis is rapidly assuming a menacing character due to the failure of the 
Government to take necessary remedial mea.sures ; that the Government has 
failed to build an adequate reserve stock of rice from internal procurement 
as a result of which major portion of marketed paddy and rice has been 
cornered by hoarders and profiteers and practically no rice is supplied from 
modified ration shops; that in spite of acute distress and very high prices, 
very inadequate relief measures are being taken, on the other hand an 
exaggerated report of relief measures having no relation with the reality 
is being given by the Government.” 

Sj. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: Sir, I beg to move that the following.be 
added at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

(1) failure of the Government to introduce “Nepali” as the official 

language for administrative purposes in the Hill areas of 
Darjeeling district has not been mentioned; 

(2) failure of the West Bengal Government to urge ui>on the Fnion 

Government to implement the recommendations of the ‘Planta- 
tion Enquiry Commission Report’ in the district of Darjeeling 
and Jalpaiguri has not been mentioned; 

(f‘l) no mention has been made of the fact that the Government has no 
planned policy to improve the social, cultural and economic con- 
ditions of the Scheduled Castes, Schedules Tribes and other 
backward setdions of the community of this State”. 

8|. Sanitr Mukhopmlkyay: Sir, I beg; to move that the following be 
added at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

(1) the Governor’s speech fails to mention the fundamental change in 

Government’s policy' regarding refugee rehabilitation since 
October, 1957 ; ^ 

(2) the Governor’s speech does not deal with the decisions of the Con- 

ference of State Rehabilitation Ministers, held at Darjeeling in 
October last year, in pursuance of which Transit Camps are being 
disbanded and the State Refugee Relief and Rehabilitation 
Department is being wound up; 



DEBATES ON GOTERNOE*S SPEECH 

(3) that the speech does not mention the derision embodicwl in the un- 
animous resolution adopted the Assembly in June-July Session 
last year, in accordance with the State Government was to 
obtain details of the Dandakaranya Project f^m tlie Centml 
Government and hold a Conference of all parties in the House'*. 

Sj. Haran Chandra Mandal: Sir, I be^ to move that the following be 
added at the end of the address in replj^ viz. — 

*1^ Sfwn 

(^) 'Q JRWTOnff CTO ^ ; 

(’«0 CTO'S ®C5W ; 

(•51) 'Q !IT«T ^^tC5f*&T CTO'e feciT^r 

^ ; 

(^) 5m CTO'S 5aa^ ^ ; 

(^) bl^^ fC ^ ' ^ TO 5nw TO ^ 5TI^ ; 

(5) JftCTOCST^ WlnitlTtr^CT 5^^nC^ 51^ ^iJC^ TO 

5ppR?5P^ CTO 5^ ^ ; 

(5) 5tot c*nM*ta CTO'e 5crw ; 

(5r) 5q*WTC^ 'Q CTOstf^ <i}Vv61fl TOT 'G fTO^ ’®T^C*T C^ 

•arm 'OTRT CTO'e 5aPW sni ; 

(^) sn^TOT e fwi ?tc 5^ croe 

5ciw ; 

(lija) TOI ^ bWlC'HT SOT CTOe 

5aR^ 5TT^ I” 

8]. Somnath Lahiri; Sir, I beg to move that the following be added at 
the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the refercnres to the labour situations have been com- 
placent and unsatisfactory.*’ 

Dr. Pabitra Mohan Roy; Sir, I beg to move that the following be added 
at the end of tlie address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that there is no mention of the failure of the Government— 

(a) to stop di8<riminatiou being made among the cadre of the West 

Bengal Health Services in the matter of Salary Scales, Service 
Condition, etc. ; 

(b) to tackle the unemployment problem in West Bengal; 

(c) to tackle the labour problem properly; 

(d) to tackle the problem of congestion in traffic by State Transport 
. Service ; 

(e) to control abnormal ri.se of prices of daily necessaries of life; 

(f) to tackle the problem of East Bengal Refugee in the State; 

(g) to take adequate mefisures in helping the Municipalities in the 

State.** 



u ASSEMBLY PliOCEEDINGS [19th Ebb., 

Or* Dllir«ll<lr$ Hath Banarjaas Sir, I beg to move that the following be 
added at the eu<l of the address in reply, viz. — 

(2P) #mnf*r ms ^ 

(’^f) mv^rcm ^miU o yf;;^ yiimim vm'Q ^ ; 

©Wf *5151 r^f»T ’^a'Q^rra 

(^) mj ^ ^rarl? 3rti^ 

; ^iiiu cyf yF^ ymi^ ^*y%m snt ; 

(w) Tjj ^jsfwi 

mfy^p JTTC5I ^ ; 

(«) ap Mm 7m ^ W9m^ m ^ 

5[^?nC? ; 

(5) ?F5pr*f^ OTJT?wm CTO'S 5 t?[^ 

4cjn 5TT^ : 

(a) “fj^OTT ’fTT fro WT«f C»n5ifNl CTO'S 

TH^ ; 

(ar) 5Ttc»fTC?r?r snws 

'^T^<iW 5f?PTO^ '51^51 ^41 CAW'S Sew ; 

(A) fsfiWT S »AI»«IT «5t^?rw wnc?^ CTOS Sew 3^ : 

(<ij8) ^Sfro *^T«tf!CA»a^i;;faTO towi^ SttMatos >i^mfl 

CTOS Sew ^ I” 


8J« .Davan Sani Sir, T beg to move tliat the following b^' added at ihe 
end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“.But regret that — 

(!) no eft'eetive measures have been suggested for the solution of the 
developing food-crisis; 

(2) facts about tlie influx of displaced persons from East Pakistan 

have not been placed correctly; 

(3) no mention has been made about the introduction of Bengali 

language as an official language in West Bengal; 

(4) no suggestion has been made about the demo<'ratizatioii of the pro- 

}>osed Secondary Education Board and its status as an auto- 
nomous body“. 


8)« Ptiakir Chandri Roys Sir, I b^ to move that the following be 
adde<l at tbe end of address inM*eply, viz. — 

li%Tet that there is no mention of any effective measure to be 
taken by tbe Government in onler to check the doscontent of teachers of all 
categories, particularly of secondary teacliers and to remove waste, corrup- 
tion and mismauagenient from administration,” 



DEBATES ON GOVERNOR'S SPEECH . 66 

41 ***“* *•*« followinff be added at 

till; end of the address in reply, vii. 

regret tliat — 

(i) m the speech there is uo corre(‘t appreciation of the gravity of the 
food situation in the State which has become# more acute on 
account cd the prevailing high prices with a rising tendency over 
which the Government have utterly failed to exercise anv 
control ; 

(ii) the speech has neglected to make mention of the daily deteriorating 

economic condition of rural West Bengal especialfy of the rural 
peasantry and labour; 

(iii) the speech reveals a lack of understanding on the part of the 

Government of the actual state of education in the State and the 
utter frustration and fruitless wastage especially in the fields of 
Primary, Secondary and Social education; 

(iv) the speech does not contain even a word of symjmtby for the 

suft'ering teachers of the State; 

(v) the specc'h makes no mention of the huge wastage of public money 
in the working of N.E.S. Bloc‘ks and (M). Projects and other 
schemes of development without any appreciable results; 

(vi) the speech makes no reference to the failure of the Goveriuneni in 

rehabilitating the refugees; 

(vii) tlie speech is completely silent about the corruption and mnl- 

practi(*es in the administration in all levels; and 

(viii) in the speech there is neither any indication of the imlicy and 
programme of the Government for quick solution of the 
problems referred to above.” 

, 8j. Sunil Das: Sir, I beg to move that the following be added at the end 
of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the s])ee(Ii of the Governor neither gone into the 
basic cause of the economic, political and moral malaise from wliich the 
State of West Benual is clironically suft'ering nor has tlie speech suggested 
any definite remedy to combat the same.” 

Sikta. Labanya Prova Ghoah: Sir, 1 beg to move: 
f^rsf^TR^ vsV'iiW 

w C'f'QOT ^ 

?PfTIR IT'SIJT ; 

(^) fef mm m *rV 

mf ^jnfsRTO di cm aro 

5TT mi ; 

(0) mm wmm ?rrtTO "fm mm 

^f^RTT 5R f#PRn;Cn ^ ; 



ASSEMBLY FBOCEEDmOS 


[19th Fe8., 


«• . 

(8) wgfw mpmmi w j^rfsisTi 8 mmm 

WTO fror, TOWPR Ww CTO 

— W ^8n»F« t^c*R 

feroii TOJW ^nfw cffTO TOsrt’^iCJRi ’siOTf'sw to ; 

(a) JtWTO <lfTO TOR-TO^ fw?^, TO«fJ5, TO 
WTO BT® fents? »CTi 

W TO TTO— ^rr»fTO TOTOTO TOT? TOTO 

tow" 5:TO ; 

(^) C? ff?C¥ ^TO? ^RfTO ^ TOR 

3!rfTOciR-W^ ftwW? TOR5 f?W ^TO?[ TRppiC?? 

tot Vh" ?PTOTf*J^ TO»T? TOT! CTO ^TflCvi TOT I vf)^ 

vflit h1vi^-» ' icb i? tott ^wf'T’ic^ CTO tTTO 4cr$ %c^'© TOi«r' ^'G?n— 
vUSR ^T?T^RC?"? TOH C? CWI 5imf*IC^^ QTOOT C^, ^snWRT C^ 
WTO TO ^lt*TO TORCTC?? ^^RC?f TO TO ^ TO ^?T5[H «l*l 

^ftw? 'TOIC? r^TTOTOIC? f?TO, 9nTO*tW 5RITOr t?TOT "STTTO? 
TOTO 3!*^*!" ^TO'ST 5$aT CWRI W^«r? C^^ C?nf$ $TTOT ^feWT 
TO ; 

(q) ^sn^-*»T;»TO fw?i ^ ^-wro W5 ?t tost totc^ c^ 

,?CT?T C?3TTO !i;f§-f?pf^, 'iiT<i6i^, <3 

TOT? ?Ti??I T Cli[ , c? ?Tf¥^ ^i? ?fe?nC^, 

StoW ^ TO I” 

Ofi Prifulla Otiamtra Choali: Sir, I be^- that Ihe following he added at 
the end of the address in reply, "viz. — 

“But regret that — 

(a) no ]X)sitive stejis hare been suggested in the speech for the preven- 

tion of large-scale eviction now going on of poor peasants from 
laud and concentration of the same in the hands of a few non- 
cultivating jotedars, etc. ; 

(b) tjiere is lack of npi>reciation in the speech of the most vital problems 

of State, namely, poverty, unemployment and under-employment 
and of their solution; 

(c) there is no indication of policv regarding free and compulsory 

education up to 14 years of boys and girls; 

(d) no mention has been made of establishing a new University in 

Burdwan.” 

ij. GaiiMh Ghosh: Sir, 1 beg to move — 

^itwinw tm 'BTO'Rt aiprara w 'SiT'6'(*hh>(^I)^ jp^ 

^5i?ra rwwiw TH « t(W '« r g pin ^— 

*i3wi froi w— 

(%) iiwi*iK*i4 ®wpi ♦if^ ^•rni pi «iwpi»^ 

TORT »C*I ^ NW 5^ ^ »'4i|«,c«l ^ « 

'•(iPfRi ^p» i w i am ^saw ^pihi 5f»raiT *fR « stSpbi 

f# WB ♦rtc^K <<1^ Nwra aiRiwi ?wpri ^’ri sra^fRft 

•HR RPm RPB «WOTff 5PRI rr; OFPF ^ 

NRW >5^ ^Jswct. m}9 PfH ®aw srt ; 



195ij^ DEBATES ON GOVEKNOB’S SPEECH .«7 

i*’ 

Ww w»tra mt jrjrt »BWRrt »w *nni 

i'\ aNW aan«R*tTO «rm kaoi wwial 

w«na 5OT '«wt^»iifl awn ; 

<o) f^iia a'sifR amca am a'^caa w«n sfar aw m?w« cma 

4pw ; 

(8) am Saainws airarca cmsaw^ « afaa awi wfa mda, airw 
CT6aPi»ai, faults awa;;* aar. ®wiwa ‘^“ta'wawl aa troa aw»ai, 
?awwa waiaa a^n faa^ 5'SiiU faataa tana feua ai^ ; 

(4) af*w aiwa aa; aw snm ffaalfa tw'fta»,awa tama artapw a*a$ 
mnaipw cma Stata ai^ ; 

(4i) 'Siifaaialwa »F*lataa ^atsa aarea swa aa ta ^Ewiwa atai roaa afa 
a*6a, >a^ faataa ®tBa ai^ ; 

(q) snaraasT wifasrsT a;Ha 5ic*!( atm awjrcaia ta anaasmta afsjrsta 
"Hat atai snai'Bta >e^ ana^ a»a^ a^ ’afaaita '5ww« Stna ai^ ; 

(tf) 5 $^$^ ai^arfa faw^taa ta^ t'f'eaw anaita ta amamr 5 t»WT 
anfarota >am ta^ awmrw >iiaa'e ta aaiaia ata ar, iflaa-e aa; 
*®nta ^-0 sntaa aa *\i) ta'sa aw^ aiar rtaitw m?w $tHa ai^ ; 

(!») a'i'aia ama*^ a^ata taaa ^aarana sraa a^ a^arfaa ta^ ai-9ca 
a'i'^a aaaa arsai anaw ta mfwE awi e a® aaataa awar ta srja aai 
JTb't 'si^in'O tana Stsra ai^ ; 

(^ 0 ) aas^ta snarfaas fawa « Wwanar aaantaa tat®Ji aata smlaas Tawi 
at*aTBtaa al?«a faajtw ta waaa aa'acffa ami am ?^TOf '5 t?W 9 
tana Stwa ait : 

?fWtiaTtaa ’siatn Safa-Si faaaa^faa Staa ai snana aai awiaitaa maa 
arsp-j aiamna starts ifla? 'siataa saa a,a'«i'4it aaia ni$ait« i" 


8j. Copal Basil : Sir. I bef; to move — 

aimam aas srataa sr^nsta ta «iI'ba»Ha>i..i>ai ara^ raataa amna 

qtaico 'si^ia t*ia®ita ?a*aforf<r5 a^ aai t^ia^ — 

"fipnf •»tfa^'»ia faaa int ta- 

(i) mafsiai ail«^ afjpacaa taa^ 5 taia wwwaw aiiw>n anal 

a^aai ■aHaam aaana aiaifaw famrsitaa ?»iwar-Hwwitaa rotto 
aalim 5ifa a »fa ai CT R laat ^awI wt® tmawia « »i:;W 

^Taa i tna ; 

aHaam aawitaa vat imaitntaa faa;tw aasi af^aw anaitaw wm faww- 
fafwmmt acm aa'^ aw anaiaalnm^aiwja aiaia arm ta a^n;fl‘ 
m?na "qa; oTaa i wa , wwro mai taw wlw apq^a wfaraw »fla? aHa- 
am mwcaa taatawi « apwala ataisia faam mntsw rniai mal aif*wr 
sitar amwffaiy srtaiww caifatw aiai a;W spfaaitf i wiiaa 
awlaww^H'e i <<w awaHa^lw a artaa maw* Sirpilwm « wae^an 
waaprta apt anqa ®tma a fatwr® a^W afaaita-iiwai itm awi 
aa a^ ; 



6S 


ASSEMBLY vumEmmm 


[i9TH Ffefi., 


(^) ^ afawOT mm 

cTOJT 5T*iTit?rr W'eiT^ f*iw 

w^wPTw ?[t?nciR I a nr TOw^ 

m ufm ?4?nc? ; c^rro Tffmi ayanroRr w m to 
vii?< afS^r ^swRT <niw ^ 

^ C^TTO STT, 

w-©?! 5Rr^5 w^ ^ 5^5;^ toto 

^ ^fsrm aanto 5?1fe ^ <wi^ 

4wt-])’ w ^pW^ ?[t?ir^ ^2TO© ^sy^eg a ^ ?jtof aanff*r2r 
^wi I arrto atof^m jaym 

tod 5in^: ^srrwia^®! ^rfsrto ^ 

sr^ atow > ^ toto ai3T WH to^ atowr 

®a?r apirpT <ii^< ®?ai?PRr cro 5toOT-^?<rT ^ 

^ ; 

(0) to^5to ^WTOTJijw ar«fto tow apppRr ^ 'iiw 

few ^ ^ snt ; 

(8) flTO ^ TORI anitot toi^ ^g ynl- 

fe?iR i}^ cd*d<w"l few*5OT?i ntoto??i wwr ^mift 

fewto ^ ^ ; 

(<i) ntotoRi ^ tot ffrto?iT?r 

fear? fesK^ RT ^ptoi^ fr*^5^*ii ’ftofl^ tgro*! ai*n;< 
wi^ W atoT^®TW fe^IP^JOT ?*«5^«TT aT^lt’TRRI JW WT 

5fe^— <11 to:^ arttopd fe^ip^ <ii?r^ af^J^?*rsf;<?i^' af^^> 

flt;toi© ar®w^ RT tor &;^t*\!> ^i^pitor ^wrr Ito fesi^ mi 

m ^ : 

(.4j) '5f?rw ?»rTO © ymift ^ro^isto ^ym toic^ 

mi m toe??© few ; 

(^) ’?n?T ^Tsnrn? >ivii?T?f v£j?^ fec^ ?*? ?t?%t 5p?e*?© fe?r? 

?*?I ?r? STT^ I” 

JaiUlb A. M. 0« Ghani: Sir. T l)**g to move tlmt the following he nchled 
at the end of tlie address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

in the Governor’s address no mention has been made about the control 
of epidemics like cholera and small-pox, and such a serious 
menace as tuberculosis; that there is not a word about the fuller 
utilisation of doctors and nurses in the Health Service of the 
State, the deplorable working condition of the non-medical 
employees of the Health Services has also been completely 
ignored. I)evelo])ment of Pharmaceutical industries has not 
even been hinted at.” 

S|f HMiMiiita Kiiinar ChOMl: Sir, I beg to move that — 

flT8fi*(m «P5^ OfB wrapra arjiro pt ^ Krapra a>^ 

Wr W 'SRI? PlWPf TwW’W '5R*W;k ^ ?RT ?®R- 

“f?s»5 ??«? f???— 

(%> flwwiTaww ^RPt •*iH*t ?R»mt Ww wjot w 'sT? 'Wfi >rrcS? 

^^?CT, f?pw ?5f??r sjTiRRR 'st'kst w t^v ewr fro* 



Iflfif I DEBATES ON GOVERN<«’8 6BEECH .« 

^fTWTITCW ^ ^T'o%;*h "I?; (ItKt *W '•t IWH W 

^ »l ^ ^«?IT JRn ■ WJlWWt ’ W f'^ 

fsirws cwt ^rarc^, wh Sow ; 

(%) rafSTC® «im jRsicnr cro >ifi^ ■»tf?p?»*OT sn?*! w ^r»w 

’CT sWJSifRf « Wl»Pn *W^ 'BWW »| ,WW 

OT'6?IT 5!^8TC5, '4I5.(<1 c^w ; 

(0) Tj'b'l^ 5re»ra JR5I5 ^ 1^ ^51515 PPH 

*lf?nW!n 5?1^ ; 

(8) fwK^ ifll ifjfe'flt' ?twcr f’lfw »snw 'wn ^ '5T?ra ■’i;;^ 
•»ff?i4>»PTr« ■«wi Son snt ; 

(ft) c>i5 w«(T >i*^ c?i§ c«n$ csTC, aiflupfl^r ^ >fl»R ?f<f-'W 

sr^ wi St*fTO!w I'Kff jpnunr siftr® j^CTifronr « *rat*it<» 

WR 8ow ; 

(ft) awT'Bcsi f^, RF«n, f?ir»ra #s?t 5?t<rp(r ftt‘8t»ra gn TwT > fl « OT faw 
jpaifra 'g?jf wftsra wh w 4nw 

^ ; 

(^) Wii) tSsiiJ 5I*i)'<i'0t'si'>i\t<i Pfft?n5 WM ♦(ftrR"*1STO 'WH ddR 

s?*; 

(V) 5f^ (?FR *(??ppr»Rra »TO, w- 

<iw jf<*TOra ^«n ; 

Cb) ®R cwsrn;?! « fTsi?‘i^ ^ sm'mram Snf®* «ht 

WH wi I" 

Dr. Cohun Yaidani: Sir, I be^ to move that the following be added at 

the end of the address in reply, riz. — 

‘‘But regret that no mention has been made of the following acnte 
problems of North Bengal — 

(1) lack of proper communication between North Bengal and rest of 

West Bengal which is a result of partition of the Bengal; 

(2) food crisis; 

(3) high price of all essential commodities; 

(4) growing unemployment; 

(5) tottering condition of the silk and mango industries in Malda; 

(6) lack of adeqn^tiiHrrigation projects; 

(7) lack of n|w | i^ attention to improvement of education, both primary 

and s^roSary.*' 

8J. Pmiitht Nath Obitlir: Sir, I beg that the following be added at 
the end of the address in reply, vi*. — 

*‘But retrref that no menfinn has been made about-— 

(1) the failure of the €b)vernmeni in taking the problems of the 

. secondary teachers who have been forced to hunger-strike in 
protest against the attitude of the Government; 

(2) the failure of the Government in tackling many grievous problem! 

of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe of Weet Bengal ; 



ASSEMBLY I BfX KEDINGS [19 th Fbb^ 

(^) Ihe failure of tlie GoTonuaeut in introducing compulsory free 
primary education in West Bengal; 

(4) the failure of the Government for introducing step-motherly policy 

of secondary education system in West Bengal; 

(5) tlie failure of the Government of its food policy and redressment of 

agriculturists ; • 

(6) the failure of the Government of ifs refugee and rehabilitation 

policy ; 

(7) the failure of the Government ot its irrigation system in D.V.C. 

Command Area and differeiitiai «jttitiide of the D.V.C. Authority 
and State Gov eminent ; 

(8) the failnre of the Government for its different policy of primary 

edueatiou in lural and urban areas of the State; 

(9) the failure ot the G()veruineut in holving the various problems of 

ilie fishermen in the State'’. 


8 ]« ChittO HaSU; Su. 1 hcu n* movt* that t^ie tnllov. jUg In* addl'd at the 
end of the addre-s in re]dy. viz. — 

^‘.But regret that — 

(1) the speech does not offer any eonciete "idutiou of the elmmic food 

crisis of the country and doe'* not also reveal the dc])t]i ot th'* 
serious food crisis; 

(2) no mention lias been made about tlie tailure ('t the Government 

in guaiiiiiteeing ^‘<-onomic lebabilitation and resettlement of the 
vast mass of refugee-; 

(8) no mention ha- heeii made about the failure of the Government in 
8to])]iinu large-siale leti eiu'liment and lay-off viorkers, and 
providing ad'Hiuate relief toi the retreni bed and laid-oft' workers; 

(4) no mention ha- bei'ii made about the failure of tlie Governmeift in 

redressing the legitimate grievanee.- ot the Government employees 
ot the State and guaranteeing them fundamental Tradi' Union 
Bights : 

(5) it has failed to give the real picture of the State of today.” 


8 ]. Apurba Lai Mazumclar: Sir, I beg to move that the following be 
added at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no mention has been made about — 

(i) the failure of her Government in solving the refugee problem and 

their proper economic rehabilitation j|^bin the State of West 
Bengal by developing fallow lands anlSl||[^ industralisation ; 

(ii) the failure of her Government in impleme™|^fcbe recommenda- 

tions of the Selieduled Castes and Schedtfle^^Tribes Commis- 
sioner, in the matter of spreading education and improving the 
economic eondition of the Sidieduled Caste; ^ 

(iii) the failure of her Government to stop retrenchment in mills, 

factories and offices; 

(iv) the failure of her Government to check the growing unemploy- 

ment and under-emfrtnyment in the State; 

(v) the failure of her Government in bringing down the price level of 
food articles and other essential commodities within the purchas- 
ing capacity of the common people : 



19o8,] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


n 


( ti ) tlie failure of i»er Government in distributing lands among tbe 
peasantry and in improving the living condition of the lower 
income group; and 

(vii) the failure of her Government to reduce the burden of taxation 
•on the poor and middle-class people.’' 

8j. Ratiumuj Halcter: Sir. I beg to move that the following be added at 
the end of the adilre.ss in rej)ly. viz. — 

“But regret that there is no mention of the failure of the Government — 

(a) to take juletpmte measures for s(»lving the problems of the landless 
labourers in rural areas; 

G>) to l.dvc adc(|uatf‘ nieasuies for >olving the j)roi)h‘ms of embank- 
ment'; in Siiiiderban areas; 

(f ) to take adtapiate mea'-UTC'' for solving the i>roblems of tlouble 
crop}ung in the State; 

(•1) ijlr 'nbaniatc a; 'a^urc^ ioj -tdving the pi'oblem*' of crafts and 
Muiaue nidustne'' lu lural anais. ' 

Sj. Hemrnta Kumar Basu: sir, 1 bet:- to moxa* tbai tin- following be 
added at the • nd of the oildTc-- in re]dy. viz. — 

"But I'H^^rcf that liicie k — 

(1) no mention of any definite scheme for .soUing unemjiloynient 
pioldem in the State ; 

(‘d> :iii imiition of .my dctimti' sclitune to reclaim ami (b'seloj) the waste 
and tallow lands in the State both for the jmrposc (jf increased 
Piof] ])ro(luction and rehabilitation of refugees; 

(3) no mention of any definite scheme for separating judiciary from 
the executive; 

f4) no men! ion of aiiv tlelLiute scheme lor rootiug out goomluism from 
tht land.' 

Sj. Haridas Mitral sii, I beg to more that the following be added at the 
end of the midress in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the .speech of the Governor has not gone into the 
ueressity of economic rehaldlitatiou and real solution ot the problems of 
the displaced ]ier>ons for all-out progress of West Bengal ns a whole.” 

Dr. Kaiuil Lai Bhattactiarya: Sir. 1 heg to move that the following be 
edded at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no i^ntion has been made almut the fast deterioration 
of the general ccono|ijd|indition of the State, due to the abnormal rise in 
prices and want d^lifloyment of the youngmeii, wliicb leads to the rampant 
corruption, tendSPRe immoral and goonda activities* witliin both urban and 
rural areas of the State disturbing the normal life of peaceful citizens.” 

[*3.4(b-#3-.">0 p.m.] 

Sj. 4yoti Btsu: 

NW|S[f?r 511 ^ ^l^T? I ^*131 

<3 419 9RJ919 ^rf9l 

C9C4 ^ni91 vflJ? C9. >19^19 

4gC 9i : f^ C9 9i^'9 Wl 9TO9C9S ^5l91 iJSR '®I9N19 f!lC9 C9, 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[19th Fib., 


n 

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v2}$ ^ ^ ^ cflJR t^JS^ ^ ^ ^ nf? m 

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JRTTOW C«W WNrr^f 3P?IT?J ^1 

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wi ^<3 to;;^, Ufiv(x ^ era > 1 * 3^5 ^ 

f^wq ^ICflCTR I ^ ^tSl'Q v£|gT ttsI ^tifT W, ^ 3r’5T 'SfOTI ^*^1^T 

jrc?if?i wm *pf ^ ^ nf^r* 

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^iT^^*^»rni ^iwi^i '5n?[ 'btsk ^(.a •?!, ^f?PTT -^pw ^sn?^ wi 

^ 7{\—i£i^ ^ 8TWRJ W ^t?I 

»TOi ^«rTi 5n??m^ ^sr^ft ^p^rn 

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m <3 W1 TO5. ^ OTf^ 

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flp>|'^l •|\s<p^i ^O-l/O '®T^ t^fC^n^ • ’STRFT ^CW 5?S[ SFFIJ^ WH ^i^!^1?l 

fe?l ‘FRi:?"«f ^ 5Tfl ^!TOW ^'TOT 

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WWI fJT®! SIOTSRI^ fe?=^^?I?I TO WT, wr 

^JiJTJR', 3RI^WT <IIC^ -RTi" I 

^ ^(f?FP^^RT 4^ 1^1 'SfHi C4|T^ t4lT^ 1^141 ^tlJFCIR I ^£1^^191 ill 

4^ 4^ ^nfl^ I CWFl 9FTO WT ^Cl^HOTFlT firlH, C4iTlJ $T4T ^TFRIT 

^ 4iFi^i f4»^ ^>8 v£i^ srFg:^ w^rri v£i4^ 

4*^fT, ^^4Wil 4^ T^ffrii^, SFnf^^ ^tfli BFr*f^ 1^141 ^if^FTTRl W I^'i^lIiH, CT 

♦rfro^'Q 4FI?n C^f’^ ^n$, C*Tt4 f4^ 57T f4C[ W 4flt^ ^ I ^5(4^501 

W^ ^U{ CWTOF vfl^ 4<C5PT ^FFPFl! - 

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t4 fllt44^l 4ftr4l 

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twOlflOW I fftj 4^fRf '04 4m f9ft'4CS4 1 '^1441 W4T4 2f^ 4444^ 





DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


» 


t ^5Pr*n 'iifir wwt to »it i tow tow to to to;;^ 

WTO, ^ TO CTOH C?rfw»$TO l W CTO. WTOl C?TOW TOITO «?TOW 

vilW TOTO ^ ^TOC«f ^TOTO??, ^ TOHfr TOCf^? TO® WTO CTOW TOfftW 

TOTO ^ I ^fCTO^^ ? •?!, ^ C*6§ TO^ TOTO^, 

TO 5 TOT ^400 ^ TOC^ tTOTOR I WW fTO; ?W I CTOT« ^ >ii« 4 r 

ww pmi?i ?ni aicsw crowcw TOf^ Pfro «r^, »n?c?w ctoito 

CfTO TOT TO, ^ TO® ft^T^ JTT TO, C^ TOfTOTOT TO TOTO 
CTO vlll 5IfTO STC^n C^fTO 3TH 

wT‘'TO?r TO^ ^n*iTO 5 [jjt wtc?, f^c*w ^vs ♦ftTOjTOW 

TOT TO?TO W, TOT §CTOTO TOT iTO TOT ^JhJc»W 

^ T ^Co*l l <^ STR;;^ TOPTfTO«f TOT TOT^. ^TOW TOT T 5 TOT. C^ 

TOR I W«rT^ ^ CTO TOT?T C^TO TOCTO-^^ ^TW WWT I WTTO TO TO 
RTOT?rTOf CTO ^ C^ C^fR, t^fR »TWT ffW I CTO;; 

WCWT WTW C'*T*tfC® CTOf?. C^TR; TOR TO?TI C^T^TO RT^ 1 TOW TO TO 
f^jfR RTOR C?. C^rtWC® CTOff, TO C^f*te® ♦fT^TT^RT^I CTO^fW ^®fR 
tRCTO*T ^t!r c^f^fTC^ crofronRi ®t jt’cw ctot iw® wvj'Rlf® cro^ fro fro 
CTOT CTO ®t?n TOC® ®TR. *t?t; #rc® ^t’cr toto rr rt i 

> f ^®^ T ^ TT^ TO ?rWfT‘Wf R^TTOW C®RR ^TOi; C?<IC® C^fTO RT I 

CRTRirfwW^ ’m^TR^ii^ 2[W ? ®t^ w Rt®TTOTO ^ mvwm ®r, 

®T?T^ ^ f??! ? CR^ CRPrntwSfRvfl^ ffTWT ^ 

5 [GT CRR-TOTPW TOT ^~CR1RTT?TOR I f»TO*t? RTOltR^ R ^TOR RW 

CTOTC?WH!R CTOTO» CTOTCR ®t?n tTOfCRR, CRlj vfl?P^ SWTTO*! TO^R— 

so larjre a part as production beinpf left to the private sector and 
a small proportion drawn back through taxation laws and small 
savin^^ increased outlay of SiM-ond Five-Year Plan is likely to 
• enhance the j?ap between hi^dier income brackets and lower income 

brackets”. 

151 fw srcBWi ^ o'n' 5^5 «iipp— > 11 ^ >rff ^i»i«n ct, 

^ ?■?! ■»rf^ m?9n? «n«i' 5WC? I cww c»n? 

^^tii P i ; ^ 5X?ic5, ^<2 5:’3n5, sfswiwHra *nf»w« 

^ sR^ii^iST >r»n5*i ,im,»i— ' iiw^t ffs^sran ^cro i is* 

y ? vii ' g i! 5^ <rK^. si5'c®T c'wsr srf«o,i4i»m ^f?! 'iiu I 'Wiviwfl *iT* bWK> mt 
fspf; K?(c« I ^snsnOT i 'snwf? *rf»FJwiwia » wrt»re ^ 

^srros'®! ^TPR! TICs ? '$t ?TOrrai'5l 5Tra, ^< nig ■qviw. »ii(.4< 

W, ^ Ht6w1i>i ?n*Wt ^ 'itof? 5K« iPKirt^ra Jm 

•K^i irew»P! 5t«s, «i c^i ^sbra ^ ■biptos sn w bki'Ws bi ph i 
«K!TO ^ g ii wi«ix ( !»Rir5 55. Bn?w Jntrmfs ^bw ?b, b«^ CT 

— Ttck^ l BJPflB BBBT? BRl I lilt BIWI 'sIbTj^ I i fl gl "Q! ; 

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■w; Bn«i»^ ^ »ire 1 pphIb *rf«5*iB»»t inwim bw iTBiy-iaOT 

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sni ia5i "iTi; Bnsn® w cb:?^ b.TjiST»i»5 ^ cbi:® B»n si^i. «*bt ^b® bbkbs 



7t ASSEMBLY PRO( rEl>IYGS [19 th Feb., 

’BTTOT <^T?i 1 ^CSJPi^r 

- W ^IC'5?I; ^ 5|*'^<ii f^O 

zjrsOTSf- 

“al] available statistics 8*0 to show that inequalities in tliat last few 
years have increased instead of decreasing”. r 

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W 5T??f I 'snfsi 5l(!y^ ?ptaf fPf^ 5Tt *fttv&T?ICW, S?^PTRfRI«f 

^TTW ^5RIKn?l ?OC^, 'STRICT 'G*^ 

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TO 5n ; ^[STT^TTfsT fjfC^ ^ ^\- ^ TOTT^nfsT ^^RJC^T, ^ I C^^TC^ 

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TO^ C^ ? toI ^?C 5P! TOTO— TOf?r TO Z^ ^ 1 ilTO? 

CTO f?C^ 5TT® mK • r®T ?<p»\5 ^RTO C»TTOC^ 

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TO’TO TOI;t?T VIfH^C'<J'I TO’TOl ^'TORT 

WlC^ ?ICTO^. ^'TOIOT CTO^ toI ^RTO TOTTO ^«tTO 

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BTOTTOC«R TO»TOR G ^^TO?I W iTO I ^TO«ITO vfl^ ^ TOT RT^ »£ITO 
TOfT-TOR ^TfTO TOT W^IR cTO fTO TO 

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?ni TO 5T^ TO Sic^— ^snroi totitor--c^ to toot to SicR? otto to 
TtoR to fro CTO3T. ^ fWTTfsTTOOT TO CTO TO TOC^ Cf[^ TO— CR TO 
TO=$TO G ^flCOT TOGTOROT TOf ? TORT C?n:^ ^^ i£lR? ^ r ^lT^ TO 

tR TOW ^SWIW TO/T RIC^ ^RTOT ?n k^— TOT ^ fTO 

TO TO’RCOT TO CTO fro^R I TO TORI CTO ^ TO— CRW^TT TORT ^CaiTR^IIV OT TO ^ 
<I1TOTR TOC5TO RCR I OTTO fTOR RIRCRlJ R;; ?^CR»R TO’^RT TO 

•TTI OTTO TOFP SlOTTTOIR OT TOC^R TOT iflTOlCR Rl TOT 

TO RTfSTTOR, fTOGRTTO- TOR TO fTOTR fTOf CR^ *ITORT TO 1 ^TIR 
Rd TO TOfR RTRCRR I CRRlCd \f 1^0 5T^ RI^fOT RfTOR, G*Rlt R^rcTO, 
TOg C HRrW TO RTCRTR IotTOR RT TO^iCf OT ^RTv^TOR G TOGRTOOT RIC^ 
froro I iflOT TOT RIRRTR RC*lff— RTO^ R^flT® RRRR RCRIr fRS*^ OTTO ^ TOR CRS| 



1961 ] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOB’S SPEECH 


75 


fail 3TC«Tfl5iTW-^'e ^ (to ^9T 

^^PTiCT^ «rT^, 'QOTr ^ <n^, jrt i 

w ^5rp«r*?p[ ^ 'OTf?! <8^if<?iT4^ I ^rrar ©rt?? c^ f^P*^ c^ 

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5RPTO ^TC'Rlt ^RHTO TO ’•flWl 

5TOJ fe?R I TOT ^rspm TOc»n iii^ a^«?T ^snfsi ^ 

•?T 'i»IHllWj ‘^I**r[?n C7f froii?! v£J<iui ^VfT »IT <tC^ TOPT^? ^?jfT5 ^ I 

C*mR ?IMT^fTCTO src<l ^ TOW ^ 

'<m.w^ ^ TO! ^ 

‘ it is tluM-i'tore Ljratityiii^- tn uoh^ tliat roii'nlirnble projness has been 
itMunbn in the ht hi ut agiieultuie". 

v£i$T ^c?f pti;'] ^ I ^“if ^n?:^ 7nt![^ ^;wc6g^ > 

^ i?T i srrc^?^ faw ? 

vfl^ C^l ^eTT ^f57[';50s3T tfC5P=I vflOl f?T^' OT 'TO JH^ fTO?l^ C^*Cr 

^ ^ TO TO p:to to ?itTO-snR;OTn 

? il^ TO ^ TO f!r>iTO?r fejp 

TO:;^ 3TO CTO ? ^SfTTOT TOf^. WZ TOt^. ^ fsfC^. ^ ^ TO5 TOlf? ; 
TO TOf^ i ^TO 3i^T Caro CTO ? OTT W? TOR 

t^UCTO ^TO^CTO 5ICTO c'iTi ' >(V!?i#!'^ <}f«t T^^C^R- Tf ^’’C^ lilTO^ C^ “^FC^T TO^^ 
W»IUS aro ! TOT C^fC^ fTO^ TOt?t I TO ^TO TOT TO;;^ TO5 CTO ? 

fro^ TOTO C’SPCS ^sriTOT C^^- TOTO fTO? C^^ ! ^ TOC»*t 
TOf^i a^n^ CTOTO TOTO. sncTO w^?n cwtot ^srurf^ros 

^ 5?i I ^TCTO TO ^ vnc^p ^1 5T^ er*^ sri^?} ot 

^ W^TCe^ CTO? C^ OTT TOTO TOR ’^RTiJlf^ TOcRt ?TOTO“vfl^ C^ 

^i<y ’^iC'i 1‘TctTO troj 'iisRi c^^ c^?^& 'TOTi?! TO — '^trW^ 

TO I ^rarc^ 5T5 =to 5n<?n ?b£ fe^TOlc^ mi\ to;^ 

^TOiH J2^ TO^lf^ ?WC^ ^ I fTO;;fTO T\^ WTO—^fl^ CR7 'SIRW 
TOW TOT - 

relief* of distress caused by drought in West Ben^^ul 

<3 vsRT VlCb^ ^TCW C^ 5nC^ C^lJl CTO 5TOCW I '4-1<ia^ a^WiJRTO^ TOTOR — 

lack ot eniphiyiiierit due to restricted ayiif ulture severely impaired the 
purehasin;j' [lower of the jieojde 

^ *f;ciJT ?5r5Tcw w, \ -roc^wt ar^eTO '5 to<3 to 5C?t c^ i c?T?aJ^ci^s iifaror^iCTO 

«5n c^sTSfra la’s ;- »r,i;, ?■!?» ^ siwk^mJ i th^ awt^ 

TOW— 

under su( li (ondition of complete dependeio'e of nature a^r>t ultiiie bus 
become more an adventure than a jirofessioii. 

TOT ! TO ^^TO ^KZ'SPf\ 5C5TCW l CTO WTO a?T ^U^T 

a^wrf^Vt ahrroaR wc?icw— ar^ afTO^a^ c*tw wc^ wwtcw \ tot tot 

WW^ 'iJ^— 

more an adventure than a profession 

m a?T TOTC^T afroTORi ^ ^^^^tcto *toi >TTTOa stih^tcw m 

5T'6^ ^6 WT^ar TtCc^'T CTO ? ^STTTOT StlT'd iBTf ^TCWW ^TTCWCTO t^ai^l^CWC*'^ 

’fc*^ a^F^pro;;^ fearftwc^ ctocto ctot^tt^^ r^-ctot cwttowt^ c^t^i tw 
WCW ? CWIC^T ^5<CTO5 fro;;^ C^ tot W’^— ^^TC^T^ TO251 TOTO C5*fT WCWCf 

fTO5 >r5T c^— TO <£i^ ^rthf^TOCTO sm fwcw^ cwfticw ac^i c'swfsr to 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINQS 


[19m Feb,, 


'JTsmrair ctfTsrm i 

‘"2/5 of the rural areas as well as the population of the Stivte is 'now 
covered by Community Development Project. As you are aware 
this project aims at improvement in all the important sectors of 
rural life’\ 


[4—4-10 p.m.] 

in W ?RTOR, (OTT? ^snfsf w 

ifl ^IT®! •!?[ I Vst^ll'G ^ <C®1H I il 

•T1C?R ^ ^ 1 8 I 2^dBbj ^\sp|S1^c?ld^ 

C3rfflc««, ^isfspiTc^ 

“As rep-ards the benefits of the pro^^ramme for tlie economically handi- 
(jupped classes and the extent of the bridpin'^ of the distance 
between the better off and the worse off sections of the rural 
society, the reports do not give room tor optimism.” 

“The better off classes get loans, are more easily able to adojit improved 
practices and otherwise derive larger benefits from development 
programmes. The non-owner (dasses have not got the status that 
possession of land can alone give them. Laud redistribution 
still remains in the realm of thought and di>cussion.“ 

fb*N61 ^P?RT?1 Cb'^l'G C*TT^f^ I 

“The result of all these is that while some j)eoj)le undoubtedly are bene- 
fiting from the development programmes and improving their 
economic and social conditions, these usually belong to those 
sections in the village who are already somewhat better oft’ than 
their fellow villagers. This is a matter of concern for the 
future of development programmes.” 

^ c?wr5i 

“Dalavanta Rao Mehta Committee Report” 

'35TO — 

“At the other end, the landless labourer who irets his daily wage found 
it hard to participate voluntarily. Wliere he did, his sacrifice 
was perhaps not unqualified and possibly not always of his free 
will.” 

«a^ >rf«r ^R»«fr ?af «frc¥- 5 iCT ?rr«n?R to >ii^ ^ toc? pt 

aw# an *raw Jotr totot ji^i Jic»t «roifw:»Ri 

(S^fw Ww WHwre isfii ’Rwra *ra rt^rrii wir w, ’ite ®iPRf 
«m iiwwm ¥Bi TOts I >a^ yswupw fac*#. 

fflc*nff‘i Rifii TOT toTkvir w, »nwR ’rt wr w, ■•if»OT 

isSf TOWI to < >11*111 Pf filRIP® C'rtiTOR *KV >11^6? TO I 

Rlf*[ TO ^*fll iHJt <11^ 'ST PlW’e wf*f 5^ ?T TOPR RRRT 

TO ??[ ^ TO!? ’•nifsR ?1^PR Pf W TOPR frow !RRR[ ifliR 
Wr-R*TOPR TO raWTO >a<l7TO TOCfS? ? CTO JUTOT CTO f^RS CTO^ 
fe? ; «rfsr ?TOin TO f!I TO5 TO TO TOP TOCS I il TO TO TO 



im] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOK^S SPEECH 


'77 


^ ^ I si;j?r fwfsTJf cp ^^P?i?yT ^i^c»w i 

^ fsTi c? «im^sT ^ ffrrro w fw^r 

OT mm ^’ST STT, ^5n$5? mem, ms 

m; Msr "STOTT C'ft^ CW. ^ CW ^WBT 

C^wffSfP^Vwm STfCSTT^^ CW CTO, C^FTOT ^STOTT CWlWW mfVS ^jm 
>ilC^ <J^C^ 'Sll^^l CH*(C<S ^TC^ ^p?TC^ 5T^, ^ 51^ CWIC^ 

CSW5 "STOTT cw® c"^ mm tor i 

^5T?[^ vfi^TTPT 'STN 'STTC? — iJJ^ •^HT^fO ?nWT^fT^ *I3[T*WT ^C^'IC'IH 

CT5 mm mKjK c^, 

“We are reaping: >om(* heiiehts troin our rompleteil irri^^atioii seheines 
aud more are in the i)ro(Vhs ot‘ execution. ’ 

wiWt v£i?T "5TTc^ m hm smm frofe^R m m ctf 

5OT5 1 TOTfTOR c^ ^T<f*k5^r?r sne^ *r^sm\ m fw c^rror 
»t^OT( 00 m C^ W<in TOC^ • ♦ff*lR 

^K«1t^ *r®OTT <l 0 "ST^ C>lb 3?17r ; "STltsT "5TTOT ^1*1, SPF^JIRT^ 'SRI 

WIot ^ ?7R cwc'^R. a«R ‘»ff?r^'W5T n^r'icsribOT Wb^i 

'OT ^(i0-(i8 ur^ nr^, (71^(R C5W1 STTC^ C^ OTI 'BT’T CTO bO WI 

TOC?, CTOTC^T "STT^IJTTC^ C^ f^OT CTO Ob vflC"?TOI^ m I ^ICW^ 'Snf? 
^»rf? ^ 5TT -tor "STOo CTO5T 5(TI 5?W!7in 

^flTR 5TP5 5^ ?n ^ ^TOT ^ m, 

'STTO-^st:?^ C^TOT CW f*fCTO C^TTO ’OTH Um fTOCt CWC^T <11^?WBTC? 

^ tro^ tro ^TTTOc^ cifTO ?n^ ot jtt, >r®T^ c^ 

^fW^ toT?^ C?^ ^ vij?TCTOTf"?T OTOT C’TTOT ?TOrfTOR 

^PTOf C^ ^TO**R ^TTO*t C^ TO C^ mm TOR 

Vij^ ^ 5fTOT«rBTC^ TOC?5?, C^ ^STOTT ^^OT?; C39, ^PTORH CTO 

fro^ §-TO? 5r^«T "^fto ^to jtt vd^ c^tf mm TO'O « ^*t. mm 
* 1 ^>1C^C ? d C? 'SiUS >af>lJ^«TT 2^; ^SfOTT CTO^ ^arf?, ?TOW5 i 
^TTO*t. c^t^ TOT srf»2TO»ra toc«r wi 

TO?, "STTOT TOT^ C"^*t TTO I TOT C?6 t 

femClJ" ^ ^ CTO ‘il^ - 

“About 50 per cent, ot the polt-nlinl heiiefith Ironi the major irri«ration 
projects were not l)ein^r utilised. The most iuij)ortunt factor that 
deterniiues the level ot use ut irrigation water is the wuiter rate 
chai^red. In many ea>es the basis for fixjnj: or revising these 
rates^has been arbitrary. T^nless double crop is introduced, there 
is little i)rospe( t of additional food production from the 
Mayurakslii project and the irrigation gystem of D.V.C. in 
West liengal. Such changes can be brought about only if euffi- 
cient inducement by way of conression or exemption of water 
charges for the .‘•econd crop is given to the cultivators during the 
first few years.” 

tllW C?dT =?W$ TO TOC?5T '8TOTT TOlf?, CTO^ 

^-TO TOT TOT ilTOT ^ ^!*TOf ^ ST*$ TO T 
TOf«T srfro. mmiu s ctot ^R r to »iJ?^ vn^i^^R m 
'8 rf*A4j*l;C^ vll^OTT TOr*f ^ TOT "STlf? 4TO5 FI^. C4 ^^tC OT OT¥I4^ 

TOl/^fiOT "stc^rsf to Tsto ^fim 

TO®ri?F ^45^ RR 5f«!FC^ TOT ‘flC^T CTOTC?^ i 



78 ‘ ASSEMBLY PKOCEEDINGS [19th Feb.. 

‘OTJT^ »Tr, <c®i 5Ti'® *n^, 

^doic^w c^, ^ ^ f*nw?r ^n?R^ ^ 

4^t<lH I 64^ ^fT?R 5?T ? ^IVIC^< ^T?I^Er 5K?R 

31WI<, 17!^ vfl*^ ^TWRI, C? ^ '^i»iid*T^j T<j^^ 

? ^sn^RfT ^ ’^rrfjpp rrro ? “^5im lU^ro IVn 

^ ^ ^vST^ ®n^R” f<^*^ C^<j81 

^ I 'i^i^iCHf'fl 3^ii>|ii v£i^^ lirpsrn^f?! c^rt*T c^, 

^-SIWI b^ic^ *11 1 2^ I 

WvST'Sr fe^lir CVC^l) C^f6 §T^ ^*^5 2r?[ 

^■ 5 : 'TOOT c^t 5 i;st ^ ^5^ 

f ib^ sS^? c^fi T»r?^ ^ ^ ^ fer, 

W^fTOT ^00 OTfb bl^l ’?'"Jd4I^CTO ®RI I ^sTTs 'TIOT 

5TT, TO^WOT Uvm W^li, il^OT ^ OTTOT^ m\, fllk 

f»w mm SRT ^smm 5Tt ? 

[4.ia--^-20 p.in. I 

‘^T^rfe^R C^-!H tfC?IT5R :?!?■. 7f^ <5 ^Tlftel 1 

TO5^T?ni^ 'iiTO? <7^ •?[ 

\k; mm ^ '^fir<?OTT ^ ^i<n m. 

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STTTOW'^'^ I 5'tc7 TO®TT?I TOTT^TOP liJTO TO^t^ 

^BTIOTTOT ^ =^^CTO, ^TTOT ^•lU ^ OTTO TTO I ^CTfTO 

TO ?''OT?^«n 51^ ^etiottrt ^ TOfFcrw \ 

f^qsf^ "^fTWP ^itsr^^^il ^5R5FIOT^ ^ ■®IT5f ^TOT ^TOTIOT OT^?^^ 

TOR af?l’?P5*a»?T ^ITSFin ilTOP®lt^ ■?RTOT~f^ 'vstCH^ ^STTC^ *11 

'®tlC^ SfROT W ^ I '^t^KI 5?ft^ SHOT 

^51^ »??, •TF. '^\C$R SffTOr?lf5T\ •TI^T?[ 5j^»nTO TOT 

Tirff? ^OT^TOR -^f^ 'ij’TO jr sfrt?? tr— rr'5T]![^ 

CH^T^^«1i»I ^(.®il^c®1*s CR OTTR *T>CR R^T^OT CRRRR 

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Tr^*'} '5||Tr RTO CR tR^ RRRRCRR ^3T 5jCR CW, RT fsi®^ R^RC^ fTOI 'RC^ Ca^T 
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RCRCSR 'RIRiCHR RRCR TOR I v£l CRC4^ R^ RIR ^RRRRR fRfRRTR RR, 

rTrC^ RCR RIR^TJ fir, RCR RT^ vilWR ^RRTR RT^ I 

tili^^CnCR f*r^ RTOi*R ^?R Wr, R^TR RT I RRR^^RTOT cr fR5T RiRC^ fRC*IR 
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1958*1 


DEBATES ON GOVEKNOK^S SPEECH 


• 1% 

f'TO ^ 5n— v5RlT ^1^1^ TOTOCHOTf ^ t^fCSlC^ I ?W 

lii^'oic^j ^snwT v£i?(* m f*r^ cqc^^im ? 

^ ^k> 8 Ja w«n ^ uf^ ’ra wm ^r.^m 

^ m ? TO«f c^fT^ ^ I si'J'ik^Rr 

^ t®1IC4><^ 'S^Hl, ^'5l1<IC<P '^iK'G ^T?r*N vi)^ C&C'SI 

I '5||<J v£)?PlJl \*S<!1W ^ I^cy '5]l<i'?l 

wf •n, PiRTs iJi^i 5X?i ^iw, ^^*1 fW JTi <(;5i®fX^ 

Df'6?IT 2rC^, ^ CW'Q?!! 2§X^ I <3^ ^C?!^ l^l^l 

I ^'i<1l^<7i ^517, f‘‘TO ^**1 TOS^v 

<TFS?T‘57Tc?T 5Il^I*f?JI<T SiW V^tT^PT nR 171 ?S\*^ 

?:^r 5 T?^Fm ^::::"$ rr^^R^t ^ui fe ^pm ^i-nwn 

'w<ii^i<i ^t?r^ wsff?ifi) <WT 

^ 5R:'t ITPOTT ^ 3RI^ ?7r ^ 

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‘£'5t ^-:?ri f7i f^ ^-^c^^RTf <ym 

'^'^2 'XiSt nR ^ C^ ^ ?7TO ^?»^T^»H 

c?^ 5Tf i£ii^ «n^Ti7^ ^^^<3 ^simi 

^ I C^f*W'^l >IWRr 'il^T fwTST PT 'Q^ ITl 'OTT 

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^snwf^ ^^ 4 r< ?JM C 5 [ > 1 ^ 41 ^ ^T 4 T f?W ^ ^ 

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^ v£14T^ ?n J7I f4 4^ ii)5>i;i>^ >^f?l^*ll>i»-W,^^4 ^ b^lW 

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^ 4 ri^i>i^^vi- 5 T 4 ^ I ■^TO?rr C 4 ^ fwPPi 

f<p^ ^ C4R C^ I ^ SIITP ^4T f4^ 44OT =11, 3fr$f*=R “^HRR 

4^4 ^^^C44 'C^ fel I 41^4'^ ^5imi ^Tf^PTO 

'Q*?n C2OTC^ 4n'TOI I 

^ 1^1461 4«n ^rrf^i ^»i4, 51 : 5 ^:^ ^i20*ra «rT4C5T ^ crra ^44 
TO4T4 4 ?r f^ 7 : gR. fw^T^h^^TR C4 >li4] ^4 C4 

4^^ 4;;cp=T ^sn^'-^TJrrPi itptt iti 4n4i4 ?7T^i;;t»Rr 

^tt445^ ii.C^, 'i]4^*fT 4^ '*IIC^44 I 

The Hon’ble Bimal Chandra Sinha: 

^2T4 ^4^ 7n4"4f5rflJ 4-31 i^WC^ I 

8 j. ilyoti Basu: 

*fl4^ 4I4-4 Wi5 T^ "Sry^fwtT^ ^IWI 414 f*R, 

^'4«r®rf*d4 fe?5T4 5<?f^ I 414)4^4 ^pfIT#JT 4f^TO^ 5^414 4TT‘4T4 5»!tf > 

^n4f9t4 4^W?I ^41^ 5^'4]*rn4— ^^4 Fr4f4 

b srpT -pRi ^fT4f5i4 4rip*R t^4 ‘4;t»R rOTHi 

5I4f4 f4?:4T^ 44 nW§4Tm I 4TTO^ Wmi 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINOS 


[ 19 th Fbb.j 


so • 

'STTCf I ®IS CtC^< 

f?C>S|5T? ^ ^OTK:^ ^T< Z^\ ^ ???WC9R-- 

“I hnve seen Shri Amar Ganguly (an M.L.A.) and tke youngman Shri 
Nemai Chatterjee. The enquiry regarding the candidate is made 
hy the Public Service Commission and the Governm^t is not 
asked about it. They employ their own machinery to get the 
information and I believe the young gentleman has been found 
unsuitable for service under Government.” 

'®T?r*ra ^fu otSt iwiffpis ^sfjprPTa tsrosnH la, ffi, t>n?Rr mfic? 
ssnfit W«f— 

“Please find lierewitli a copy of a letter WTitteii to me by the Chief 
Minister. Since the enquiry is made by the Public Service 
Commission and the Government is not asked about it, is it 
possible for me to know in the jpublic interest what exactly is 
the criterion for suitability or otherwise for Government service 
since independence of our country? For exactly the youngmen 
to know what political antecedents entitle him to Government 
servif-e. You will agree with me that under the cover of such 
vague words serious injustice might be perpetrated on the person. 
Is it not the duty of the Public Service Commission to lay down 
an exact code of conduct by which our youth should be guided to 
enable them to enter Government service or should w^e leave the 
fate of these people to the vague and meaningless report of 
police informers and Inspectors”. 

j;4.20— 4-30 p.m.] 

I >frf^ crtsjsitr 

CTO Csrfw^ ^ ‘TO'*»[CaR-CTO C5lt5Rr?l1 

^ cwi csfrsror ‘rc^ 

we do not enter into the merit of the report. 
fiTCnilf 

we do not enter witli into the merits of the case. 

sntR ^§^Cv 5^ CWIC^T*R>il?l CS1*TO 

I 

Therefore he is unfit for Government service. ^ ^ 

? cw^ ?n?ic^ tot 

^ 57'0 STTI TO TO 

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PTR SC^T ^nCC^ I bl4<l1 5C8^ I 

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ifur Tms «TT«f*tTO JTTO m i crom cWif^iWiTO c^ ^ i 
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1918.1 DEBATES ON OOVERNOB'B SPEECH (n 

tw tOTRTI vfl5!K ^ I C5TOT 

^ 5 T[I ^snfsi ^Tf*T »T viJTT*^ 3 F«fT TO 

?[TO^it??PPT 

in the sphere of law and order the situation in the state was on the whole 
peaceful. % 

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5i;w!5l ^mjm ^ wtata 7 t:»-5t, 

^BiTOT wrfs? sn? TO. WM 

jp^ I i\fl^ 4i5i 5TTn^, ^3f I 

Dr. Prafulta Chancfra Chose: 

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W, ^5ITR4S Wr>T CR‘4 T^f'QTO 414^ 5X41^5 \ TR^SrRI ^snf^ W^US^ 4TOrP 
fra TOfl5 ?TT I ^T55TC4 ?;sC44 4TO^ ?OT Pi Cra4 TOW TOTi 

C5^ ^4< ^ ft4TO4 ^ 44T 2^ fRI 4TSfinM SJC^Rn ^ toI Sj^ifR^in 

C^^fTC^FR SnWIC^H— ^I to ^ISr^l^CcilC^ snf^ 4>4T i ■^IC'sr^ TO* 
51'^‘I*I'W4I 4f? ^ f4ra TOf^ ^ 5T«^. ^ ^(f’WT^TO 

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4^ T:ra nTT:4 1 4W TOfsr c»r4 4S4f^ v£) 4 ^ TOra 4 TO 4 4R4T? fra 

TOf^ R ^ w;:f 4^ I 

8J. Hemanta Kumar Basu: 

Rsinr^r rtt*!?! wm] ^ ^44 to fra totort 4 ra era? 

m fsn p[ fw rara^t jr \ to^ ^asr e4SR 4i4w r^ 

<IWPST C4FR hIT^ R^, vflSR C4R (44^4 TOe®TPP R$ TO^ TOTORT »i}^ erai4 5nRJC4? 
^ fR5Tae4RRl4 WratT C4 ^STTO, C^ f4ra ^ vD4^ Jff45 TOT TOT 
WTO ♦W cwra TOt «IT4 'SIHJMI 4fT4T TOPRRTA^*4e*4 TOC^IIRI 4*^4 C^Tef^T I 

Wf ^RTO c*fra ♦fifai Rero rt fRT fR? e4ei? Re®?, tow toto rt to 



19.^.] 


DEBATES ON GOVEHNOR’S SPEECH 


87 


TO ^!5nr^, ^ ^ wfw TO Wn 5 ♦nc^ t:, i 

' ^ I W ^1 ’*nW‘PTJ C^ ^ 

src^n ^ TO wpT?[ siipri ^n?iw«i 

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f?p*^ ^SfOTI W 5M CSnf^'Q^ 5rf1^TOr?j ?pil5 TO^ 

^ »r£^ ^<i ?TOC^ ^ ^ ^*pn snf^^ vste 

I ^TOi^i WTC=T^ c^, 'h^iksi C5fi»ra f'^f^vs 

5X?n:5 f^TC^ TOT w^tv^ w fro ^ i ^ 

5t^ ^ c^TOic^" wm m ^bi 

r7l CT:^ ^ C<(.^t ^TTi:^ ‘ ?^MWI ^iT U\ ^’»rff?T 5T51 

f?PT?T CTO^ 6T^ ^<>iI^\C?I^ CTO^C^ 511W5 ^TOilf ST^^TI 

^ ypiPTn TOT<1^ ^ • 'TOi TOT <tC*>^. CSfT WIfl ^f^TSvil?! 

‘5^ftaTC®tt 5X?T TO^, ^iCTO ^'s'^rro AiL'^ ^\ i 

C^*l ^£1^I^'8 'iH^l^ll<4 ; ^^TTI'Q 5ITU^ 

TOT f?TTO«T ^AK TOI^T;!^ fTO^'^T C>TTM mWZ Sflf^lC^ 

■*^T?n '»!«1^J5i^ TO ^'Z ‘*1'ni<I ''5^t?T< I *1^*'"^ 

♦5nT^\ ?n ^'QTO ^[51^ fj'^T lii^v simto “t^r^ iti c^ c^ 
^'T^2‘TOT5 'SHelW ^U\'^ Sff^ TO *T^ I liJ’^TTC'T. 

'£i^ A''f^\^ cst'cto ^ mum ^irff'Q c>t^ f®. fz,’m m\ "imi^ 

rTO^ ’Z\^ TO! CTO C^C?I C'^C^ ^ ^C^ ^,000 fTO TO ^ !TO t^tCOT I Ww$ 

^Vi^ c«(c^ ^'Q ?ip ''ife^Tc^ ^m, $JTC(^'7f» ^^r^rtteTO kz 

^iC^ 5^ITO TOCTO, ^RcITCff*! *^?5T*n;< ^CZ W.?I C^’ST 

“^iT^Tv ^T fw ^ I TO “^TC^ ^C«T^ TO^ <T 'iJ^v ?FTT5\£i^ tfl^TOT*! 

TOT 5nC^TT??f TO 5:C?(C^ I W '^fl'G^Tl ^ I ^?^T1- 

^ TO TOC^ ZKZ TOnfJTl SfTO 5TC^ ^T^ S^mTO ?7T. 

C^ TO ^ TOTC*t^ ?^^^fTf?T ^f^*f ^C?IC5 C^T ^TO?n 

»t;;iTf fF! ^ TOTC^TT ^ f^T l ^\^I!?fC*T 'ilTO'Q ^sn:^ 5FTIC8TT ^ ?OC^ 

'GC?!^ ^fJFZ TOC^, TOTCW^. ^TC^ MI^ C^ 5TO ZKZ 

5TOTO TOT^TT^T ^ ^'TO (Tft StTSTC^ ^ICS? SITTO I C^^STC^ 

^ TOoT<T 5^ ^JTTC^ ^T^il !?n^ TOf TO, l!r[^C^ 

C'^TC^ '^??I Z(A\ C^TTO ^T^fT TO I 'STTO^ 

sunr c^ Wo Stotto ^ c^^^ c^rc^ ?jtwt5 cto ^«n$ i 

TOffTTCWC*r^ C^^RT? ^ TOT^lffr TO ^C^^CTO 

WFf^ ^ 5n?[ 00 5TTO vf]^ '5fT*!C^^ ^’[‘^I^^^iTf ’^C^CTO 

^ (il^ Sff?? ^TOC^ C^^ ^^<^{fTOT 3^®! ^^CTO f^ I W&f? I^'W1>I1 
^t5T]C?*rC^ fb^TO OllC-jy^^l CTO1?I >t<1<PlW^ sq^TTC'Wl ^ ^JT^PCIS 51?T f 

[5 — 5-25 p.m.] 

TOTO I^T^ ^n^nc'f? WI*nrTO to 3rfipPI^»T to 5Z?I 

cw?n ^Wo ^<9 ^tW^ ‘^ft^TTOfTO ^^T< ^Tce?5 c^^riw c^fc^ 
^WTT TOTO’T S?C^TOT3 ^ ^^^TTCWCTO f^-^WT 5^ I 

'^i,_^,TTOT vfl^TO TOTO % TOCW b 

f^T I ^srrfsr C't <!if»tTO ^nJc^froc^ c^^ttctt ctoIto CTO 

fefjpT 5?^ ^TT wmm wr ’SFTO I CTO^ TO ’•TO 

^‘TOT ^ ^ C^ W5 TO?T ^ 5nF SffsRT CTOC^ ^ '4>I5:W 

^m^A TOIOT 3^ ?TT1 



88 


ASSEMBLY PKOCEEDINGS 


[19th Fed., 


w CTO5 ^nwi ^T$c?r w ^ ^ c^ 

2TW 5TT ^ «RI tij^< WTO ®«?1OT ^ TO 

TO^ifT ^ nic?( I ^ 

^mm ww?r mm ??[ ^f;s^ fer ^ ^xi^ c^ro ^roni 

TOTW ^ ^TO^:«[ C3T ^ 

PTTO >IW^ CTO 3iinTO 5X^ ^ I 9t^jfC5lC»^ 'il fTO:?! C^ TO CTO 

?i^ snt TOC«i m w^n cto to stt^i 

CTOS C^TTO 3TWm TO C^l^ C^ 3T^ “^ffTOR^ 

TOT fsfTO <1^ Ts=R C^ s^SC^ ^nJlC^ C^T TOC^ 1 

CTftpy C«[C^ CTO '^ff?P|S3^^ ^BTTORf C^f^ '^flt^ ^TT 1 C*^ TOT^ C^ 

^jOdO TO crow <ir]W taCTO TO5^ TOT CTO ^ TOf TO CTOTCTO 
vij^ 5IC^^"I^ ThCC^H, CTO ^FTOR CTO^C^ TOf f^C’H TOT ^ 

^T?P^ TOT C^FC^ICTO • ^STCW TOTT 'SOC^ 5T^^t?RT ^iT?l'8 C»T^, C^TW^IC^^ 

3T;;f^*17 TOT CTO TOTC^ TO 5TT, TO^RT TO ^0-’^^ TOTo ^ C^'Q 

^siWfTOS TO I tT»3TC‘'^5^'il TOT^ ^ ^ CSTT^ sntra TO%T?ft ^STTC^ fTOJ fsTTOTO 
TO%T^ TOT#?T, spT^TO TOf? c^^ ^T^f^ ^ to:^ JTT^I 

TO l^-J5> TO TOT CW C^ w^Tlf^ ^C?TC^ TO 

^CW? CTO ’TO^f TO^, CTO ♦STTT^ >TW1C^ TOSf^ C^f^ C^TO ^TT I 
c^rf?^ CTO ?rTWTTORT TOTO ^sirfsi fi^ TO«i^ TOC^ mk ^ I 

[ At thin stage the House wa.s adjourned for 15 minutes] 

[After adjournment] 

[5-25 — r)-d5 p.iii,] 

Dr, Narayan Chandra Roy: 

TOT*I^ ^T^ITOT 5TTO?T, 3TT?T^i^ ?nWT‘'1l1^-T^ ^;^TO fTT TO 'wm 

TOT "siTTO^ ?rT^ I 9rTO;'STf^ feiro^^ro ^tstt^c^ ^t^«t mm 

TOC^ c^r^ti^^T w;;j[^ to nfro^R ^t ^ i toio^ ^tc^ cto to 
^snc^T ^ CTO 3ntn?T«T to;;^ ^c^t -to ^ ^ t^r c3tt^ ^sttc^t c^r^^ 

TOTiOT s?1to 511 I ^ ^(T’TOT ^sirt^ TOT^ C?T TO^n, ^T? w1to?T 

C^ C^ W^T^TOT C^^ >p:TOT? wm ^TOT I ‘PTS TO ^ f^, 

^RTT fe?r C^T*?!;^ TOT TTT ^PTO*T >j<T^lC^<J 

'{41C'<S' I 'WrfsT Wd^T^ 3PfSTO^ SH^TST 3*^ ^?Tf^ 'STTSTT^ 3*«^l5( C^5(*li^ ’®TTC^ 

^^TT ^5T^*T <sTiRC?l iTT ^'^ITOT C’^, C^ TO^‘^T7?T?T >l3Tt<T^^W ^^5^ CTOIT^ 
*1^*TC'^ f^C?lf’^®T^— C^C^^ JT^T— ^stel WlCdd TU 

Nsltr STPV^ICH il^s^ 'ST^ W^l, C^ '»l^li)l '{C®! ^^T*nC^ 'HfTSTRT C*iHlC<Jl I 

Wr TOTfTOR Mm wsnc^nr cw® to ^smm ^ m^, 

^5rr5|TPf?T ^ffT^TT '*iI^lC‘t<1 >11^^ I>tC?l ^®TT5RTT <P<l.<Tl I C^H Wltvs?T 

^iCdfl C^»C!r, WTl%?f f^^TO?T C’^Xff ^$TTCW f^^TT^ TO STt>v6 — 

CH^ TOlfroR I T^T^ ^^CSHR^T Sf^l^T^, *1^ ^1*1 C^C'^iW®i I 

TOltTOR C^ ’WTSTTCSRT WT^ wItoT ^ TOft? TOT SIC?! TO?^ «TWOT TR^ 
TO, ^mim tof$ ?TT^ TO CTOT ^RlC^-fl ^ fTOnC^ ’ST W^ TORT 

Cb^l ’TO^JT I Tsfd f*|r*T iitiri, C*T*r t*fC^ TOT CTOTR, ’^flfsi ^^1»TTCW ^RT 

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TOTT SINk fw*^ TO f$S^'QC53T TO ST fsfsT WS ’TTTOR ^Tf » fW?T- 
3fSm #5CfT TOTC*TRT ^^TTOC?? JTTOT ^RtI tsfs? WS '^fTTOTJT 5TT C^ CTO TOT TO 



19580 DEBATES ON GOVEENOR’S SPEECH 89 

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m '5n**T5^ fes m c^^"r?r1 mcjs t[^- 

l^I^I <5^ «£1^ (5i<p|^ v£l^ t^^'©R®T ^Rir$ vfl^ C*Tl^t^ 

^ni^ ^Ns 4^1 1 «i34^f 4TO*T4iVt ?n^®i?i ^*iil ^’•tir 

f4 <q41W*i ? ssk 4®rf <|S^R 4R tiTT® 

2^R, ^iilil'SfHi ^SRTRT T4S^ 4^1 4<iC'4 5R 1 vfl^ ^HC?1 

WRRl ^^>1)1 ^ISfl^lTs*f4l< ’«WR I ^r-S^ JTR^fTOTSR WI 

— ?iw]'^frtGT4T^ t 4«n 1 "sntsi srI*! 

I^?4R1?J 4«n 4R[f^ I ^ SRT ^^RRTI 4«n W15?? I 

R*$T?T >l^4I?l RC4M »{*IT^ il4<^ **tI[»WnE[ ^Tl I 

2JRTI1SR ^4^1 I Sri'S >1 C^MW R R^W R*^lflv£J?I 4TT^tT?l ^^4IR5 5[TC'^ •TT^ 
C4*5^ 14 4?IRR ^<3 ®rTR^ •?! I ^^RHT ^T4Rf^ 'SnrSR SHR 

fer ?n vawi ‘wfe ^sitstr 

fer m ? sriR f4^ l4^ tn^ W^risr. I4^ 'hw^ 

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tiHR SrRR »i;;f4R Vm, Ibt^Rl 5R R«?l 

SHR? R I5f4^ ^?If >IR l^, *rns41 W4^4T9m W ^ ‘^tf?lt?ilw^' 

^IIZM W4^ 71»4Ij 5OT5I SflRC^ TO 

<?[[4Rr nf'QTlT TO JTT ^ TOTO'Q ROR I4R RRj l4 

■SHtItJ tTTOT ^ TO*nR?T 4«fT ^T^^nf^lTO RW? ? 

"^TOfR C4M 4T9TR? 15-14 >R>fT14 441 Rf4T 4IC4 »n ? ^lI'SJ I^R 

I4 45^1 45r ^14 441 4rr4TOI 4TR 4T4l'5 1 4rrfsi il$ >RTO?I ^Rl^TR 

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R C^ I5®4i4l4SIs«|>|vil4 l44,R4 ^ 44R^1? ^rrfvi 

4s^f^ 4044141 TO4 4Rf4»; ^ 4||I^ '5T^F14 I5C4R W1I4 iil45l 444 4n441R4 4I4R 
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I f4^ 44414 ITO C4R ?ffi3 ?0^ ^ RPR tfCWl R»1404*l >rsr404 

WTO 4414 CTO ^ffrz ^4^ ^ TOR4 41W!4lf5T414 TOC4 JR14 C4R >T*'«T441 
il4IR C^RC^'l? ^sntsi WinM 5CT*TR4 TOOR ^4T5 i ?PR 414fl^ ^4 il45l 
OTR ^50l4 fesiRl 4Rfe]4 fT5-l4 rOR ^4 ^ Si»4*i 5Rn*t4 

vfl4$T kflRORRO fefferoi 411I4 444 TOT<R04; TOli:«I4 ^4 

f^fRferoi 4RrTWCTO M?1 ®nR4 411 fef4 ®0R4 41 R SfR;i4 TO'TOTW- 

■5tJ^C^ vfl4^ RTR Rl^ ISOR 1 R RlvS^^4 41Rf4 5W;41 *t;;4:^ I ^ofll 4ltf*!11E¥lR 
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WTO CTOl -*14^ TO 411 C45 i TOT4 ^ TOR TO S<(4 TORI 4^ 4^ 



90 


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[19tii Feb., 


Hf <£l^ ^ Uf>eWJ C^ C^ITO PT'G^ ^ 

^ snjK sr^ri^ w, ^ ^ ^ i srw1?r 

uq^t^ ^sm^ ^rfif fefj? ^rr^ft ^«!f 

2rc^'6 '®t?r c^f'Q^ STb^ 1 ^nw i ^* 0 !, 

^fff^ ^snro ^\c^t fes ^srrfsr 

mfs? iii#r ?f;^ ws ??r^nr^ C'W ?tt, c^ so ^ 

if?r^«n^ c^i3T[ sr^r ^rr f^ior w jtt c^ ^ ^]z^ ?n, ^ - 5 ^ mw 

^ >£i JTT I ii$T c?»f ti^ 1 

<lf'Brl'^l?^<Pl^l bRC®T '5nsT?rT C'TOff^ ^,000 UW, ^0 ^ STSp^ 

!5o srwr^ ?[[ f?rif^ ?rTM'^T?5T^’w ^«t ^?r ^ ^ ^ 

<j^ c^T^ ^ T^fj? C’^mM ?TT ^ ^5 r;;s[r 

^r?f ?n?r[ ott ^ ot ^?i, cct^ OTtW 

fsffror c:pf’50i 7\m, ^ ^ m-^ ^>>sy 

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fefj? S'^ 5^ ^s[o?j ^srroT ^ 

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^ifsi ^yarf^i ^mct 

str;;^ ^5[T»t[ ^ i oq ^5rp»n sir;;^ ^C?f ^ i 

srscstJ" ^»tt \£i s^wRi sr^fe ct?ii 

t^rWR: 3f?i[ sT?i^<roR c^R ^ sR^R Irc^or ? 

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fro ?iT'Q?n ^ 50 1 ^ci74Ti5 ff;fr^3^ (ri^i ^sttstri 

vuw? ^JSTffsi cwr oo c^yo '^■r ^ 

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irijjf') — r).4;') p.tn.] 

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sr^*nOT I mU fsfMTR] 4^^ t$-k frp fa? i c^ ^ ? 

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fr&frr wrWso ^ c^OR. ^n-^no ^ sot^ ^yio, "sunfrr W^ 

50^r^jor. soo^^ -5>nftei fro^ 4o uf-^ -tor i ^o^^firor 

W;C&T 50^ S^I^. 41^4 f4iR4»i3 c^vq^tT 5001 C4T^, C4T?T 

O'QfTT 5R 05 t 4n*^ ^ fro C^OR I 

^STfror 2fR M4^3TT <fO ®?004 TO ^^|5T WfrT?5ffl^^£j?r ?piin I i£l^ 
j^?:4 ojTO 5:RnT^OR 41 ^. frsfr^ 4nc$9r?1 

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fro <340 TOh 14 ^lfT4C*f4 srT4W M4^3T1 fr^ 414C'i»1~44frT STR^ C^T C^ 



DEBATES OX GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


91 


1951] 

^ ^ m I CT»§RI tIOTR ^ §PP] 

JTiT^ 5TT 1 OTH ^ TO?, 'ITiOT ij ^ 

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^ ^ I ^TW JTfTOT v£)?[-^-.il5f TO< ^JC^r C?W C^P^RT fM't 

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w <?r:^i sri?^;;;^ jiCTT ?nc^ ^f^^r^T?i ^ ^ tot ^jd^ri 

^ tot ^^riTO? mem 

^iTO? to;;^ ew em^ ^ e^ stt 

TOT. ^RT ?[wr^ ???r^T JTPT'e^. ^FWT?fc?p, f^cTT e^tei c«f «?n to ^ ?ttwt totc^ i 

fjR ^le^ 7 T 2 ^,;qr^-^-f-^ -S^l^ H. WTOI cmi ^ sJllTT 

nm 1 r I '^ii'^c^ ^rtto sri e^ fTO’t;;f8! TOre^. 

m^'Q Ti^j^ m^im 7\jm^ r ^miTTetRr ?TlfTO?i ^ ^itort sjc^i 
iisR m?F K c^TOT ^mrim ^ifi^src^RT sn^ f^e^Ri (ijS: 

^ ^^[?i ?7ir^ mtji ?r[ ^st^i ^ m^ m^r— 

^ ?:^ ^ ?Ri JTi: eTF^^^i w^-FsnmTRTi <3 ?TPf ta m 

^ 5^ I ?7i^i ii^piJr sn^^frr^ 

<f;T?iTw ^?[ ill (fnl^ TO me^. ^ ^mnc'f?! froR 

m^'^i I ^ETiTOR l?^TO e5^^.c?r*R nm ^ ^ c^rmt sn^ f^e^R. 

FiTF^Tiyf "simi F5F;FF7?T:if TO ^^fii-nsR i w ^m?n?n ^rt si;<f ?nw r| w 
^STOTI WTT JTI CTOTl 5?^eeT| 'S^ CW *TO I 

Sj. Syamadas Bhattacharyya: 

TO?i1?i i:^*T?:. c^tst S!^ e^f^ TO“Ri TOfrm^PT 

^eTOTO F^cf<T 7FTOT[5iTI fTO W5R JRT, ^fW’nJTT^ TOIC? I 

fzfjT. TOie^, TSTT^^ w ^'ecT 5 tt© mt fetfTc^?r ®rt. i?r:*Rr 

Wi ^sTgRT-'^i'TOre^ 5RI ?i?i1i 

5 iR?fhi ^s^i^TTO srrT»i?. ^rsi 5 t?* 4 to w to c^, tRie^ *\;k; 

5p-ii ^Ri I TOT vii^iJi (Tfm tac? 

—iiR fTO e^i ^^1 ^Jbt ^ I ^nfsF m^TTO >pm:^ toir 

e^. TOR^ifer c?r:^ tor1?to ewm ?itiT ^roiro 

?TT FRnF?^R, ti ^etito ^sfitorf zm^^ ^lem to<3 

3 ie?RF 7 -gsj ?<C*RrrK<r TOTO SOT^I -^^FTOR 

TOef- 'im ^e^TTi t siral? utrito fjT»Ri 

5rIC^ ill mF^ 2fTO^ CTO^ TO^tI? 

Si^^ e^ fe *11 ^ wfR— 31 ^^^ 

?,e*o*, Sl5~^ est ii^T-5!i^~''ii*?fT mrmsf 

[4 TO^s ^eTO 5?m 5’e5T c’te^ ^’e^i 5 *ft® jti^i] 

5'»F;qef ^'z;^ mvi ^r|. ’srrfir srfsr srr® ^sne?! 'STTsr:^ srra1?r 

ZTi 5iTO e«Tr^. 5^T:;fjR^ e^r^ mf^fTOP$ r ^sftoj mror "dOT sin? ero 
557 ^ ^ ^*57 ITT I ^STTTO? 5T5i TO 4ij ®RTOTOT5 TOI^ 

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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[19th Feb., 


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[19th Feb., 


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1958.1 . 


DEBATES OX OOVEHXOR’S SPEECH 


05 


WfR ^ ^ ^snfsi ^srfw w ^snroi 

?pafc%’ cTfJr ^ sn:«n 

ism TO ST? C^ TO?7< ^TOTC^RI C5^ TOT I ^ ^STITO W I 

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to«t ^Tsiii:??? »iJhci?c^'st cffcro c^ ^ >nc*sT »fi??T 

I 'tween ^5T?f 5?ST? ^1'^TOITI *fSTOW W?^ • 

SJt Sisir Kumar Das: It is to 1 h* noted with J^reat retiiet the j^radiiiil 
defeiioiation ot tlie inond lone in the legislation and administration of the 
con iTiy. I slmll cite several in'^tanees. 1‘irst of all there was (he Kstates 

A(<]uisition A( 1 passed in Htod heino' Act No. I of 19'>4. Von made there 

a solemn jiromise that tlie iniei nuMliaries who are hein.u' t‘Xi»ro])iiated will 
he jiaid eompeiisat ion attei tliiee yeais nainels from the hej^inninp' of the 
^eai 1-U)4 B.S Xon I find ti’oin ihe frovernor’s speech that >nn are ^^‘oin^i' 
not to make any payment attei I-'itl4 B.S. ami yon are hiin^in}4 a legislation 
for leitain ]nirpo>es. A I’le-s Aote came out in the newspapims that the 
Gowrnnnmt Ini" no tunds to pa\ '.in h a hnjie ( omptoisat ion. N»>w insti'ud 
nt admi1tin{4' tie lad tliat tlie (To%einment m not in a position to pay 
rompen'^at ion Asiiat tln\v an* tloinc now I" 1 In* ('overnoi s .spein h says that 
due io ceilain diiiienltie^ wi* aie not hein^ aide to pay ('om[>ensai ion this 
real. Wlmt is s;dd tli('n‘ is thi.>: bor the convenieiu'e oi ail parties 

'n»M('orjied tlie (kit.* o! final puhlnmlion <4 the Be<‘ortl ot Bights is proposed 

O) hr extended !»;, oio- yeai. BaMiimit of final eomji^msat ion to inter- 
med.aries will ( oi'i>e(jntoitl> hr delayed. Therefore yon find (hat instead of 
' t in^' the tarn that y(*n lievr no iiioiir\ t(' j)a\ to llie intermediaries yon 
inst [»ui in a lane' (‘xcii'-e that yon (ennot pay lieransi* tin* Beeord oi .Bights 
ail* }la^ing' hei‘n prepaied, I ask yen om* inieNt on. What ahoiit ])a\ment 
ot compensation lo /i*niin(h‘rs namely tlie rent leceiving interests*:' There 
is fio dispute ahoiit tlmt. No rt‘coi(l <d iiglit- is lo he prepared witli regmrd 
to tht* 1 ‘evenne r“('r’vieg interests. Idieretoii*, it is idle to -<a_\ that vse 
cannot pay for ihr* irason ot tiiat iea''on \ on aie hankrupt yon won ( 
admit that. You haM* got m* monei. \(ai (aniiot laisi^ any lurther loan 
and iheretoie >ou have got to Moji paxmenl i’nrtlnT. the moral tone of 
the ad miiiisi rat ion and legislation has gone down dm* to the lad that, you 
anil ruled the t'oiistitiit ion in Ajnil, lh>'^ tnid whal is the amendments Ihe 
amendment is tlmt you can aciiuiie any agricultural interest wit limit pay- 
ment of any coiniieiisatioii. I apjn’ehended at that time I hat J)r. Boy s 
(Toverumeiit will sooner or later take helj> ot that and will lepndiafe p:iy- 
meiit altogethei. I know tli:il tins prounosi^ is coming to he hue step hy 
stej' Now, it llie (‘ousl 1 1 iit Ion can hr aiiiendrd wtili reiiain ohjert ot 
cheiiting' certain persons, it tfie jnovisioii'. made in tin* legislation itself ('an 
he amended at tlu* ^wrel will of the party in j)ow*‘r then wiuit is the 
saiu tily of legislation Y 

I shall give another illu>t rih imi oi how ihr moral tone of the administra- 
tion is going down. Tliere lias fmen a circular ftv the Board of Bevenue to 
the Didricf Magistrates. 'I’he circular sa\s that though ])o,sM'Shion has 
not heeii taken under si^( tion 1(1(2) ot the Kslates AciiUisilion Act of all 
the Khas lands ot the intenuediaries, yet paddy will hi* taken hy the 
hargadai';^. You have taken away tin* land fd ilie intermediaries without 
any compi'iisation that yon promist*(l to he paiil thi'' year. \ on directed 
the Board of Revenue that instead iit paying < oinpensat ion to them the 
intei-mediaries will not get their share ot the produce from the hai'gadars. 
Tiiat i.s the circular I 1m\e got. 



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ASSEMBLY IMJOC'EEDIXGS 


[19xh Feb., 


Tlw Hoii’Mb Bimal Chandra Sinha: That is totally wrong. 

8/. Slsir Kumar Das: For such lanrl cultivated hy hargadars without 
any assistance from the intermediaries, the bargadar will take the entire 
crop. You may purchase a house. The property may belong to you. But 
the person in j) 08 sesi»ion is he who resides there. Therefore, youynay have 
acquired certain property. The vesting of the proprietory rights may 
he in you hut so long as you do not take pos.session, the rightful person 
who is in possession of tliat property is entitled to compensation. 

[(>-5 — f»-15 p.m.] 

The Hon’ble Bimal Chandra Sinha: What type of jmssession? 

SJ. Sisir Kumar Das: Physical. 

Therefore, there has been a constant deterioration in tlie tone of the 
administration. I have got another circular. I went to iriy constituency 
just before this session began. I had an interview with the S.B.O. there, 
and I found a cin-ular wliicli was being issued by the Pircle Officer to the 
JVesident of the Union Board to this effect : 

<iit^ 

I’' 

Who are the two persons? One is Sauatan dana and the other is 
Mr. Prodhan. I asked the S.D.O. — why are these two ('oiigressmen elected 
and not the popular representatives of that place? The S.D.O. admitted 
to me and said “I have given different sets of persons hut from the ministerial 
quarters the names have been changed, for wliich I am not responsible.” 
f ask the Hon’ble Minister in charge of this Department to give an answei 
to that (juestion. Sir, the whole thing is that the administration is being 
run only in a way so that the next election may be won on behalf of the 
(hingresa.^ Mr. Sjieaker, Sir, there is a provision in the Consfitution tljat 
the Minister takes an oath to be fair and impartial in the administration and 
is this the impartiality of the administration? 

lir. Spoaker: To the best of his ability. 

8J* 8isir Kumar Das: Yes, to the best of his ability to cut out name.s 
and to strike out names suggested by the S.D.O. and put in 
the names suggested by certain persons. Mr. Speaker, Sir, that 
the moral tone has deteriorated will be evident from the speech of 
Dr. Koy himself. In his spet'ch he has said that the loan which was granted 
by foreign countries or wlin h was given by foreign countries for a particular 
project interest is being charged on it by the Central (jovernment. There- 
fore, you see the })rocess of 42t) of the I.P.C. is being pursued not only by 
this Oovernmeut but also by the Central Government. 

Now, Sir, 1 will cite another instance, Mr. Speaker, Sir, you will at 
once p(»unce upon me if 1 .say that the tone of the administration is being 
undermined by the Prime Minister himself. When he had appointed the 
Cluigla Commission to enquire into the Krishnamadhari-Mundhra affairs 
and when the investigation was going on in Bombay, what did Pandit 
Jawaharlal Nehru do? He came and delivered a lecture there that TTK 
was the best administrator in Iiu^a. Is not that a contempt of court? 

Mf# 8peAkBr: I would not pounce upon you but 1 thought it did not 
(concern the Ministers of West Bengal. It is none of our business to see 
what the Prime Minister is doing. 



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DEBATES ON OOVEBNOR’S SPEECH 


97 


Sjt Sisir KuiTiar Das: Sir, it is our business because tije whole 
iitlmiuistration is being corrupted by the Centre. That is the reason why 
I say this. I hope you remember that when the Law Commission was 
started, Mr. Siddartha Koy attended. What wa> the -jpeech delivered by 
Pandit J^waharlal Nehru there lie says that nothing will stand between 
me and the progress of the country — not even tlie law eourts. I Inipe ycm 
remember that. That is the shite of affairs in this country. The District 
Board of Midnapore was elected in January this year. You know very well 
that the persons who elect the School Board are liie members ol the Cuiou 
Board. The Cnion Boards are tunctioning for the last ten years but they 
have not been elected, and we saw the Ldueation Minister here during the 
last session and asked him what was the reason for electing the District 
School Ihjard just n(^^^ when election to the Panchayets and local boards was 
innuinent. lie said — write to the District Magi'^trate who is the proper 
authoiity — and we wrote to the District Magistiate but the election was 
held. No reply was given. That is wIia I say, Mr. Speaker, Sir, that 
the administration i.s beinp run tor the benefit (d one ])arty only. It shouhl 
not la' so in a demoi racy^ I should ]>oint out to >011, Sj]-, that democracy 
<an function only when the administrators of tin* country (‘an rise abov(? 
party [iolitiis. Otherwise the late (d the (‘ountiy is sealed. We read in 
the newspapei’s that a high-powered anti-corruption c(unmittee has been set 
u]> by the rabiuet. Hut what is tin* result ot that*' W'e do md find any 
imhcation in tlte (fovernor’s spee('h. Only theie are high-sounding words. 
1 .suggested last session that the Oaesar’s wife must be abovt' suspicion. 
Tlu'n* must be a declaiation (d projK*rty by the .Ministers of the State. 
Tliat has md been acted upon but I wish to harp ou it till this Ministry goes 
out. 


Mr, Speaker: Why tin' Mim.stt'rs alone ^ 

*Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: We aie ready to give a declaration of our 
property and we slnmld iin lnde the Speaker al-o. 


Sj. Bhakta Chandra Roy: 

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[IOth Feb.^ 


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TO, ^?n ?]? I 'ill ?f^f TOTTO c?^ 

TO ^ 5:’C6fI tii? ^ TOT'.' 'G 5rf^ TOdl? Ti^TO 'TO I il^ 

?ITOn l^'G?n W5P^ OTIT^I WTO? 31?TO ?11'TO iflfTOI 

c?T? TO^7 jp I wf^ ?m c?, w:;c?Pf ?p?? c?, ii 7 f?pij wfpi?TO? 
ififTO wn 20TW I C?TO^’ ^hic^ ^5n?TW ^ PfTO^ wrf^i?TO? 

cnc^TOT^ mffei TO^ ^ c?W ?RTOT? toiw wf ii?? ^5ir$ 'f;'a5T 
TO“5T?1 ^sffei ^nfros “TO? ^?^ ^'»h^cvi*i;v£j? ?i^ 

^‘^JTlf? ?T[^^tlC? *TOn ?T?’'TO[ 'STTO® ^l<t<i 1 ^5ff?TO? f?TOI 
QSlfe?f#® umi SR^ srfTOTO?C^ WvC?T? TO I 

^n?, ^if^i ?T^fffi?:5fC»t? TOf5i?5^^ TOPI? ^«n ?TO I ?]®n‘?ifTO5i? ^«i 

l?J?q? TOP? WI CTO CTO TOTO TO TOC^ I 5f6?f»!CTO STTTO 

fro; c?TO TOP? >wTO 2?:'c^<3 top ?]t^ ^8 ^t;?:;^ jtto rc^^ 

%jsz;^ TOm >rtto? cWt ^ ^ U\ 

WTO wf^ ?®T?. ‘»t;;?^«wr5 S*?f^ '^i^r^ito? toi ^rf»TOt«5r 
TO1T m fl??P3R TOP TOT wtf^5C?C¥ I wf^r ?TO f??C? ^l^PW? ^TSTO ^t;;?^? 

fwc? ^5P?i I ?TWi^nf?ppi ?c^ciH c?. c4iTi5 c4iTu Spft ??5 ^ f^IC?Cf I 
t?s*^ snros ^ t?J, TOiT 5!?nTO? c’pc? to ’^rif ?rc?cf «ii?? top ^rspincsRr 

?p^ ir355fcsi»$ tow;;? wr? 51 :^ c’fc?cfR ^ to?t ?7vc^ wfw jp i va^ 

inmp? af^ TOPt5R$ii? TOw;;^a;<i' ^e f?5T?»rt^ w;W wp fefro ^nfsy 
?»j^ arf? c?, TOC?s c? w«n 59rcf w® too? ac^«to wrac? 

«f«f WRC^ mm PTI WTO C?wc? OTTOBlf? ^ ffcpftw? mS CTO W^ 
iRp???l*?^ CWIT*? fPC? ?l?*vrT TOC5R C5!^??R T?T^6ifeJ W?^T1? 



im] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOK’S SPEECH 


99 


c«w 'sm 

I ^snfsi lilt si^^n >wtotih? ^ 

«(^5P^ T^tim ^^'nt I ^5 [rto 5 jffrs wxj^ 

>i^iC5TOi ^ ?nt 1 

8j« Nikunja Behari Gupta: 

5i^»f?i, sn^^Tl?n ^i 

5rra%i ?fTO''Trfci^T^ fRi ^srot vii^R 

t^*lWR:^ lilt ^ >!^lt JOT tJl, ^?5TTO*l^ ?IT 

?OT^ 

v£lt >1^ ^‘^fic^ ^tXSR 7fWI?J TOR fj? I iicnt 

^ ^[Ttr^<3 •il’W^'Q I lilW OT^t 

?I?I I >i?I^T?I ^ ^5f JTI^^WIRt TO-fl'ClW lil^Jt ^STTS 

I ^l^et gOI SRl? ! 

TT?! ^im i 

(^ Si^^s 5n?R%T ?T^wfq^T*i sri??^ 

^!«=ic^, ^T^;f'5't I ^fef iii?j 5j^tfi 7sn^ I 35T^®n> 

ii^s T!<j in S?*^ 5:<3?n 

'^{i^eiiT 'sjwicw^. ^?n z] ^ liiij? zi^ x^zs^ ^ ^ 

I TOJt^ CII. iiwij C^ 

in^^ ^“Ninc^ lilt R xzi I ^Iroi 

yra i s:t: ii^"5 Tft^cn i t®fj?iR 

iifi; 5i^i] I 1^ ?o]5?7i1?]^R itfiis !:to^ i:?^^ i^sm ^in cir 
tfi ^i?::^ ^i;i 5^Vi? JOT I 

[()-:2') — ()-«i') ]).ni.J 

^ fii®. ^ ^n?! <i a*fR inrs ^vm 

^?nwp ^fzz I C'f’iifw ii*te ?it, >n^ 

ta R (ROT w«n 2OT <2ci f^i ^»n 

WKRTW^, 'Wi ^i5TO?f 5R;;^fei ^z srf^ir f<i5^ toths i 

^SIRTOT i?cR TOT ?TOf tORR ^5^ | ^ 

^ (ROT ^ 20T5R 1 31TO1 CW'C^ ^<i ^t;;^ 

^nm\ '5n[<n'% rr in 

R<3?n TOICW I ^ ^ ^ 

CTO?T 2fp 'Q TROT tnRTSR, CWT$ CWl^ IR5 irf^f OTSH^W 

C»^'<3in ^ '^X^ I5lf*fip 5R vfllft 'iltNi IPOT TOn '5Rf 

UR?T TOTS ^nf^l ^EOTO c^yn^:i^c^ 

vii^'Q ^>pfi^ croaror pjot Tf;;f^jn ^ fs[i ottr Jw1?r ^ m»n 
iilC5TOCTT vfl^It (Rt TO^I^ ^X^ ZVS IR5 '^rf?RSV^ TO TfSfTOl'W 

^ 5;t9i'©, ttori 5R! ?cr «nTOT ^roi ^ni otir nf? 
'^W’fll ^'6 ^TO5 W^iW C4tu, ^ ^ t**fP?n (ITO^, ctt^tr 

CTOf TO. f^O 5TOT inwr TO^ I TO f^O CTO? 

^Xz no « TOTOT vflc*^ TOftfTOJ? -e jmro f?PEP^ TO:fe »to ^ n;^ 
wiic^ta ^PRT?f TO I cnt n;f?w;fn TO5 ^snsnOT sro "ft® nisf ^nm to 
wm TO ®f5^ I W«WKii9 TOO TO^n W TOT TO5 TOCTOT 

nrf^ CTffrop toiot 'fijW ?nm ^rros ottto, ^ ^toiot c^ot 



100 ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [19tii Feb., 

mr^ ^ ^ ^ cm ^<3 ^Fm mm 1 cot 

wr WPTO, wsT mj 1 ^rnro^ cot *i^ 5m ^sn^r^Q 

^Fcm wsr ^~c^^ rm\, ^ i % mcsRi 

"imi TO umi 7q:m =n ^ wt'Q 

W 5?T I il^ C^ ^5l?p^, W<iIT?r i|#T mKJ^ 5!C*’T 

^ 2 n:?n^ ^srwi ^sn^nc*?? im^ w^mi c^ mr OTC^i 

^ ^sfTwr ^tf;;?r®f?TO^ c^t^m ^1 

^®rRf i sh^pt^ 

■5rr'«i5?Br srto T^vm ^^^(.<\\^ wn; 3=pn*fR ^ ac?rrw 

ij?T sT’c^r ^5R«?n ^^srms mm. 3[c? i c^w 

^PPTTT ^fSJTiTpT ^1^1‘^fJ^ ^mJWf Ti>»\!)| Wc?lC5*i C^, 'STOTT ®*?n^ 

7OTT7?T OTC^ JTT ^fTt?r ^ C?fOT Wyni ^<3 ^'O ^;;fRif 

'*TO, 5OT5 ^^5frc^ ^^^TCOT fOT fro ^TC^ I ^TOTT OT fOT C^ ilf^TC^ 

Ml'^(ifT OTC^ JOT I 

fWT?T I f*T'3^ ®TS C^I^ ^STCJ^ W C?rf*T 

W'i 51 ^ ^Tl ^ f»PTO fOT ?lftf ^STOTT ^slfro C^rf'^. ^ ^’C^T 

C^’VC^ ^I^, ^SIPTTC?^ ^^fC^T f>WT f^tC^ ^ 

frgcT ^•’^nr 2 otc^? ^snrof? ^rt?Tf^OT s if> ' vsc^*i^ 

C^ ?:?«TC^ OTI C^T^ ^STOTT I OT*TT 

c^ tn^, wfi OTc^ ^iT?rfe •?! 1 f^fc^ ^Tf^c?i cwf^ 5^‘c^ 

C?’^ fw?l STR f^, tWT I ^ c^, 'i3^ "STOTOT 2 ^ ISTTOTT 

fOT ^nus fwc^ vST^r^ ^fsOT f^O C^ SI^T»IW c^ 

^5fTOT OTT C^ ^ fw<T STR ?T;f»tT “OT ^ 5R1 C5^ OTC^ OT I ^ fOT 

^STPHOT '^mm w^ mc^ oti 

^ 5 ?TP^ ^snT^ ^«TC^ 51^1 fw fOT ^STTOTT ^ 5 }i?fT^ 

®?Tfe STTS JR JTT^ I “^SflJR STTTJRf^ ?TT^ =?f^fC^ I smTRt^ 

wiic<*i*n *OTr "STOTT 'SiCH^ ^‘WT^ C'TOTf"^ I ‘^slyiw^ *r;^i; 5 ttic ^I<t?i i ^c* ^ i(ri 
OTC®T 5 ^OT ^TT, ^ICvi SCnJI^ C^ C^ fsT^M^'^tirf^ STT?RR ii 3 f?prr?T <3 ^ 
w^ OTC^ OT I ^®T CTO fsT&fjrf^nTiM^^ sf i fc iyiT^^i^ 

OT 1 CTOR smcs’ffen ^ rrc^ jrTot 5 n^Rl?T 5 rf> g R^i» «i c?i^ 

?]W C?'Q?T I 

STC^Tff?, SilT^^fOT OTW ^TSJfjRC*^ fOTW^ OTtf I 

^-^fTTO ^ C^<if-C>T»$T^ f?0 vil^ifTCJT ^5RR^ TO, "STJOT^ fTO; ^TCgT rf(>'>i) OTC^, 2PR 
OTCf , OTC^ I ?nWT'Wr 5 IC^I»t?ii ^ ^5T^«T TOTO ^ c glC^H C^ ^ C ss l 

n;«l^ TO OT K ^ OTC5, 

toot: ^J5>^ to otc^ jr'^trr ^ jot'^hto ctot 

OTCf, CTOCR fro ?TT I CTOIR m CTOT C^ 

fro, T*^ ^^CSTOT otIc^T ^‘*1T^T«T OTCW ^TOT 

51TOTO^?[CT^I ^ TO 2fT? C»R OT TOCfl CTOTR C^ MsT^ «TO 

JbT#^5TT CWOT OTTO TO OTCIF \ TOW TO^ WOT I ^ v£lCTOC?T t5TOTn^n:S^ 
^ f^, ^ WTTOfS TOT? ^ I WTOTI 'Wf vflta 5TR^, ^ 5?C^ 

TOTw« fro; ?ot i 

ftrcw ?f*r *f^ c^f6?rT ot, ^ 3rc*T cro ?tc? c^tto^? 

TO in^ ?nTO fro, to ifl?3f f?r otw , ^ otfi tow cto^ toot i 
TOii *nijw fro cro to?t cot^t, totot cot top®w to *fTfi^ 



1958. j DEBATES OS GOVERXOK'S SPEECH 101 

CTO ♦nf?f I ‘ii^ vntm 

<fl*E vfll CTO ■'Siisnc^fl ffsnm jsi»rs ^cfro cro 5 Pt i ^ to 

I c>B? ^ ^rwOT cron? ? ^ srt ^nci^R ^ro to • 

^ansnpnf ^nil^ c*?^, ^ TOF ^sriTO k^ ^ Pfro ^ptot ^ncw c*r ^ fro 
^PTTO wfro TO ? *rtc?r ^ijfTO cro to— crow Snf^ 

^sjTTO fro I *F;;’fT'^f7?ny ^ ^ ^ 

^ ^*\ii) i W ^ f»w TO ^5TO ^ ^^tar cwc^T c=9TkR CTO Trow to 

C'^'jrfsT 5>IVhtS|<3 5Ci^ “^(BO I v5?T C^ ^5T?r 'SH'SHDrST ^ ? 

^IHC*^ 2^*C®T C^, f^^C*f*f C^^fC^ 'STRC^ ^C<J, SFJI '^I^ICH^ ? 

<ij^ c*i?^gh ^pm ^rtto To ^^sncTORT toh 

CTO CTO ^snroi ^ancronr cfcro? »tot (ttto 

c^i#i Ti)*^i c^r^fi I 

^ ^ TO ^ ^lillC^f^ fSferf^IBTO ^ TO 5TO ^ ^ TO SR fro, 

5JRf*rPTO ^ c^-^^iwffiC's^ srwfcsr to ?to ^nf^ ^ ^t»T ^snronr §c*<r^ 

5T^ TO TO ^snro? TO 'G CTOI^ CTO TO ^ I 

il W TO 'il^ TOT^ TOClf I TOCTO 

W I TO®f ^^5^5TO TOIC'r?! C^ C^SC^^W$ 5CTO ^IC^ C*f^ ^ITC^ C$^pWs!?FR, 
TOT fro f^ITOf OT??T SC^TTO I TOITO 

^^5TTCTOT TO'Q ^ TOTC^ aC?Jl^H TO^I ^STlfsT ’^TT^ITO TO1W 

troW^T TO TOTO5T TO? TOTC^ Sto TOTO STITO: C^FTO TO5 

^?JT?rTfiT^ 511 1 ^STlfsT in^^ttf^TTO TO«T CTO S|T 

CTOf^ ^2nr5 wm sic?? totc^tit 5TO to«t c^t^ i <ii<< 'To c^ fwr 

TOCT? src*fT c^fucTO, c^n^ "SHtsi TOF «rtto 

froiT f'Tf'S^ i 

j I'J-^A— 1)-45 ]).m.] 

8]. Satindra Nath Basu: 

SItoI? >f®TTOT T^m, ?TTWT^TfTOr?r TOC«RI S'®?! TO CTO CWP'® TO«T 

c*f<35T 5CTO ^srrfir fro^ to 2ff*TTO to c’T’T;;f»T »i7^ c^ TOC»«f tort tot 

5C55 HJCTO cer»lT^<l<^ C^ =?TO?R v£j^ '5I’?C®RT TOT t'^Tn TO^SC^ CTOR ^ 
TOTO, TOTOfCTO CST TO^TT CSf^RT TO5 U^ I ^nf*r ^JSlC^ 

2jarfTf TOfrmtTORT ®1^«RT C»W fTO CTOT TOCf^ C^T^ TOT st® ^ 
TOn^«T ^IRT^fi fryf^ TOC^-“'5nhT vDTO TORT TOC«RT Sto? 5RT ^PftTCSf^ I 

?Tr^ ^ *?;?!:?: wttrt i” ^ sff® ^tHsric*^ '^«Crt ^tt 5?t '3t 

\ll^ nf^sW^^RT TO CTO ^ fwc'j ?[T:^ ^ ^snfsT ^;;f?ir I TT TO CTO TORT 
?T*I^ C^f'Q?! TORT TO^TTI TO'Q ^fCV “*???: TOTO ^T*ST;;^(1»r’ vfl^T #f 
^*1^ •?! 5C5 ^tt4 TST ^’Ca^ '®rRT ^*C?TT f'^F 5C® ^1TC?T ’'5T 'BTlfsT Vf?T 
Rl 


^ ^ 41TOT 'aR^Jrtfer niT“J«nfsT tow to 

TO TO?TT -^TC^, CT CTO ITRWT^ f^<T CTO fTOi ^ ^**'^5TO TO 
3^^ ?ic; -^'W ^RTC® 59 'JT 5^9! ^iSRTT TO ^.n&nST 

CJfTTOTO TO ^ 5CB8 9-^ 91 frgWlf^S^R— fiP'J TO9T ^ TOl 9C9 9T|R5T 
*159 TOff C9 TO?n TOCHT^ f9C*W 3Tra5"Tl»T StTO9 9nipH CTO TOT 
5C9 StoR C9C^ 91C® 51?'4c;'®IC9 v 6 ^ 59 S?TORT TOTT C9^ f>fC9J TOICW i^K 
A-8 



102 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[19th Feb., 


I ^T5Rn tfW SIC»? I '^1*1^1 ^-— 

<5wr ^ ^ ^pic«r 

ymfcn tWR ^ ^ ^ wi ^npirr i fefsr ^ ^rsm 

fso^ tf«w m»nRT «iR<j5n3iTOr wi ^^rspro M«f ^ 

3i5pm wiic^f^ w^fTjPi fw wr '*frw>i^5iTf^^ 

^ii roffi 0 OTf^ I ippn? 

fiT-~^^niR ^CRJR ^Wl?l ^ ^ 3[C?C5 1 <ijt wi 

>jw I7R ^ ? ro?[^ c^srm >rasr® ^ fsr '»ff?i^«rsi^ ^ 

^sron WT ^fspFfjRj >nm«fR ^ ^isiiw-a 

C^ Wl <3 Zn*! I^WHI f5?C^ '^l^«l il^T 5X^ 

^WlJ <JC«1 §^C>t*lJi ^Tilfu I ^TfsT'G lil'JFW 

^nf!f 'e ^snsnw? ac*«f?r c^^rrfw^'Q c^isrj i c^t^ ^nsRir ^ f^R ^ 

f<^t-i^'6iM mm^ ^ M?? ^uSh ^ 

iiiTO ^snTOR ^rf^OT^^n?! ^nwi 'Sfw? ^ lU^ ^5rw<rf 

>TO»T >WR51W C*«ini vfi^«R m[^'Q TO® 5TT SO 57® ^1 M^R <3 

^♦RRn CRTWR O W?Rr O 5lt ^TO?n ^Qwfs? I W^'SRJ 

®nSRIT TOff— C4[S15I TO«f^ 5FT C^ ^ ^ C^ ?RO TOR I 
f^fs? ^TOTOTOi srrrosr *^1^ ^oos? i ®T?r^f^, wi wnr ^icsribwi ^ 
^snsnrr Rpf ^srrro^ sfr ststo li)^ totoi 

^T®^® FC^ f^OO I CS®[^lf5ff ssjsp^ ^TSfTOJ C5*^ ‘^PO C^F5^ ■^TJPPT?!'© 

C5^ TOT— ®t?n <(?[ fjOTR 7®ITOO C? q $5? TOfl ?[i:^ CSf^Rj ^ 
^sfnmn sfsp®^ bitfi f*fc® ^trsw ^ i c^tsrit z?rf*R '®t^ ^tst i bi^ 

S'KJRt ^ I ^BflSRIT ^lt?( '5RTRI WIH^ WT^P bW 'fiR fWT® Cb^l I 
’SnWCV t#^lK TOPp]^ ^5®roR ®1^l C^ bl'^Jl 7R ®T?f fro^hsf TOI 50 ^911 I 
TO^llWC^ Vll^ TOTI TO®f^ TOTO m C’O I 

0751^ TOO SfTTOO^ TOW$ ^500—0 ^snfsf vfl^ ♦ff^WT*! 

^‘’TOR ?®rf*R TO?0 f^*RP? ^W ®T .•TOTT ^snfsj ^RHRTDT IhVI5 I 

^RWTP 070^ ^i?i si^i ^tfrorc*! 4csi f^oo I SIh tosrItkwr m ’btpbo^ 

TOTOff ^ fro— ^0 ^ fo I ^ifsj ®>JR TO?rfws[-- 

c®Fnf®’!rT^ TOHJ<i s;;;^ THii*ti*i ^?i7® ^k*^h iJfpt? ^^*11^ 'Stichh 

TOR ^ w ^snsnco mi ^ mi u^ toj 51 ?j tot tot st^to ^ ? 

^!RTfsi TOR yS^t Wr^T ^FTTO?! ^ TOT ®t?n 4 

i?rf»f I ^nroi iisR o w S^^TORTOil u\ 07®i 0 snco ^ S^-tor ^ TOf 
snro TOn ®o ^iwi9 c®o C’^pc® o i 'snro^ *51^ totoi sjjjsn 
3^0 CR ^0 1^8 ®T JT’W W ??l TOJ<3 2Rl»rff tolRT ^ I K^K 
TOTOT ^ toiRi ^ ^w‘fK’1 « ?r®Rl ®r?to sfsp^ 

SC[®TI f^T^^lf^T® O 2[CT5 TOfT^J Si^^) I TOJO TO®NT$ I RU 

♦t^bSl^l^TO TRSTO TO®T 5750 — To! ‘^rfRT«t ^ RHR TO®T^ ^rfRT*f OTI 8 51TOI 
5^1 

[6.45—6-58 p.ra.] 

5fjp3r ^(f*bOT^TOf TO®RT^ i®fO ’•nfiijfo 

♦iWsiTOTOf vm CTO?o ^ TOC® bi^ i TO?n ^ w ®Ri c»&co cro? 

^TTO ilTO c«i?^ OPSfTOf TO CTOl TOTCO »a^ 

C5, ^cnfW TO*TOr TOf® R TOW ^ s?7lTTOf W 5Clf O, TO®fTO^ TO5T 
srsifro;^, c^ ssrfsisi;^ ®jm srr to vs^^rwroTr cror ‘‘ron 5 t®, to ^'Q %»i 

^ CfT^ RTQ” CTOO TO*’! bl^TOOC^T'e ^SflTOT ^*0 TOfT ^ITO ^ • CW^TO 



1958.1 DEBATES ON 0^0 r : .voirS SPEECH |i(i^ 

^ ’’s/h ?m»T fsrw ^ 

TO ^ '5iisiiwfl ^TO'6 20iw»?1if 

^ 5PPCTO 3ipn ^ ^ ^tTTO I ^ ^snro Wf- 

tmf 5<3?1 I 5{;;tok TO5 TO? 

C^ ^r<6r TOC® 5OT C^ TO®T ®nC5, ^ C^'QC?l ^TO^ 

<llv5?ttli *niTO I C^ ?m 5TT TOC«^ C^ §^^n*R JTI ^STITOI i| PfCTO ^ 

TOC® J?TI ’fW 5? CTO C?CTO 7f?TO ®R1 SfCTOT 5C»r TO^ I 

fmt TO® HRfro;^ ^ «to c ^ ^^ y i ^5 p®tW[, ^uf^rropfro injj 

fro^ S^^fFR WTPTO ^ ^TOICW^ 71S[WW50 "ft? fTOlf^ TOC® TO ®T 
STTOT rf»5TOT?TO ^ CTO 1C® “TOR -^ff»®TOT<TO CTOR»® >rspm lilCTO 

:>r^ >RTO WTO ®^ 3!*TO TO I fro? 'f*T tor toc® 

TOCTO •?! ^ ^nror totoi to®t5i di^^fro *f^f*6wTl fro ^ncvriHi toc^ 
froqt »n® TO I c^riw TO^-mfrosi ®k ®Rc«Rr toi to^c^ji— 

“C^ ^TOl ^^>ni WTO TOR TOCR ^1® i*TO TOTO I 

froc?! c^, ^nro wro war si® sf$^®i ^toca froRi 

^fro^T WWC*R WCTO ^*5 iT 9T® TOTO WTIRI il^siTTO WfTR 
WTO *i}^ TOrrm ?n^ c^ »rfi ^snsncro tow ®i^ TOfrol 

^f?IC® ST^TO J^^CTO” I 

Jiij ^rfsi TOffii, ^nfsr TOT^^ntw sictoto ®r<ct wf^ TOff ij wi 
Rlfl^ CTT, TOf*?^ T4 C<Hi to ^ff*5W^atR W® WTOf TOT ®R srC*JT TOC? I C^ 
WTJR WTO TOC® TOT WC^ WR®®TC^ tP§T ®T TOT!? TOTO ifl^ 

lf“W<ii<ftllC^ CTOR TOPTR ^«T® TO[C® “TO? I ®ITOI ®T TOT WC«T JITO TO 

ic^T, tm wm sncTO tor cbtot Wto toc® nm i TOfiJ w 

m ^ TOR ®m CTO TOTOI 

8J.«H|ii®niira Nath Oolui: 

TOCT ^m CTO ®R«I WCR ^TC^TIRI TOC® fTO ^snfsi »TO TOC® 5T^ IR, f®f5T 
5t?r TOTO fsT^ sri^WCTO "TOT toJ TO5® TOTO TOR TOT*® ptf tTOTO 
iT^jdiT*!'© JC?l vflCTO ®R vfl^ af’jS ff3^ TOTCTO WC^T TO fTOCUH I TO TORT« 
I TOT TOTHRT TO C^, vfl CTO TO? WflR TO! ^ TOCf I 

WTFR W fro C^ TO TOC® ^ ®r CTOCl^. 'TOTT CTOff tfC®W 

WTO WTO TO TOIC® TOTC*R CTO CTO 

TO, CR^ ?nTOlr¥ TO w:j^ toc® ®r toi ^snsnDR wro 

RW ®ITOTO ®?rcf^ I ^TOTO CTO TO, f^Rf CTO TO STWR TO TO 

® ’5rfTOT^»f W? TOTCTO 5T;;t«d?T fTO ®TfTO CTO ^nsnC*R toI^ 5TO?I TO 
R®» CR^ WRIT WTO ^RTO TOI v£l^ TOC?R f®®C^ R^R^CW^ CR^TR 
f<9® TO RTCTO f®®^ ?TO Rite CRW® CRIM TOW TOT ^ ®T 

^ K:^ t?rfTO I toI^ TOICTO fro CTO TO® fTO? iJTO 7^ TO 

I*C*T fro ^C?T TO TOC® =TO ®TO RTO TOTC® ?[? ®R CR TOW ‘ gfRT CH ' ^ 

TOCWR, TOTCTO CWTO CTO TOT TOI. *ilTOT t®fR ®te ®RC*R 

:<n CTO RTTOSTIR TOTCIRI 

TORICTO WW fwC5R CR WRIT CR R*TOI« f®fR TOCS^R I 5JTCR, fw 
5?^ ^^fwCR.vflR? CTOTR CTOTR CR RR»® WWCTO5 CTOT 5XTO «ICTO ^ ^ 
^ ^ TOR^ fRW =?PCTOR— '^R 'RK^RT RTC®? RT. ftw® 
iTO ^ ^i: R?r 3p<57 TOcwR. tej ®rr5RT crrr r:;]r tucRf^ cr^ 

t:to cr, srTOPft ^sicto cr^ tow cto tern r:;tot mcsR, tot ?[rc®i Rif^ 

fTO fro CRC® TO® Rl ®1RT WWCTO»5 ^ fsfR^W TO? I ^ Ril ^yR ! H Df**t 



^ ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [19th Eeb 

vm c’icf, ^ ^ cot fer ^ c^^ c^ 

*?rPRn[ ^?RRr ^ ^f^nro c^ c^ ^c?ic^, ^ ^otot ^ 

^K8T C?IC1[H < ^TO®I^ iH4^ic<|ij 4>T<1 C^, C®f*f 

^ c^'m^i mHl?r efc^nr ^pot hU otc^ c^, wmm 
f64^'QGff»r 513^5 f?rt 'QC9^ ^ f^^'QCM ^<3^ 

^it STflft COT 5i5:ra]?j1 ut'^ ^ f$^>GC?[oT ^ f3i<-'QC?ie 

5fOT OT fOT^^ trsR W f^'QCOT^f ^ 

COT5 **IP«fT ^ 5I?fC? ^C9Rn?r ^ C<2fC?P ^SJTOT C^OTf^ I 

tww f’TOJT'G ^ ^sm OTCfST C^, f»WT?r fOT ^ TO3fC5F& ^ 
^icsfiCTW fOTCiR I »=^t«jlTO m»wmc»r si5T5n ^<ca^ 

C5TOT*r?r C^ OTT fw, BR^fTTOC^RT W COT *?;;?[ ^SOT OT, aOTi 

C^ ^COTT '^«T^ ^RTO ^ ^cm ^T?RPT?r SITW STICST Sn^ffsRF f^OT? 

fOTW WR ^COT^T C^ Sc*OTT 

C^^SW ^ wni W*n* WR 5^OT ^K9T C^l^, snrfj^ 

rTO?r ®ic*f feBR, 'stewB ^coti iai^ tOTR ^t?r wjU, c^r^ti 

^ CBW COTC'R ^STRim C^TOSRS 5COT I ^ C^ITO ^^^psrTT'G 

5WC^ f»WRf OTR'Q «ICir-^6l 5iCOT l ^<3 C»TRT 

c^, ^5C5^“R ^ C5^ ptc^i ^sitwa cot to® c^m ®ffsra 

’WOT froV R TO® srg® ^lf?ITO«T tP^ ^t® TO3 

C^I^B^HI ’OTRT f>Wi^1?®<l sr*n fOT 5TRRW5I f»f^ W^<3 OTC^J? I TO® 
COTff COTCOTBT 2fC?riW5fhff "ppr^m ^’C?I *TOf1s^®TC?l ^TO® -TORI 

CWBT wnw ^ COT ^t® TO?I. ®T?I WR f®!^ CBj^Rl f»I5^ 

’OT'l W OTCf i 

®t®f*r?^, fR;«f1t*R^ ^5nTO*f?r cro^ wmn »tOT?T 

fOT TO® ’TRRJ >iWHJ CRTOR C^-^TO^tS® f’?(76ci| 5J?W1?J^ 

Hotwb "TOT f»rW® TOs ®Rn ®p?f®Tc^ ’r Wsr t®f?r ^ro® cotcwi tot ’fcst 
TOJ ww c’!^ I^HC® ^rra^rf^TO ^ct^ ®tc® ®ic‘f^ c?nwTOBB 
COTCtt ®nTOw^ TO«fe cwf® jtcw? ®rj t®??? ®r wrc^f ? i 

c^ ®w®ic^ cwTotc^ I to^w ’rttot ^ito® ‘toit to f?? ®t® 

t®f5T OTCTR 1 ®c^ ®nTO*nr fror^rt^fc^ TO;?rr ®teT cro^i f»Rn ^t3i^ to i ®iBr 
®i»T Pl'TO*®' ®TB wr ®teRr COT TOfOT?r c®®a[ *i;?fc® nr^e?! 

TO f^l TOW^ CTOP^ fBffsR ®nTO^ TO% ^PTOC«RJ W^ i?C«f C’f^’W fBffOT^T 
TOI t^fsr Sow OTCTO I COT TO®fTO^ 'SJTOT ®k ®TO«Rr OTOT ^ I 

^TTOT Dwff TO®TTO&B ^ f®lR OTC^ t TO®1TO§B ^IC^ ^TOTOT ®TPt^ 
®wrf«f® TO TOT TOTO Wff TOC® COT R COT KJM C’T^ CTOC^T 
TO?ff 5['® tro^ vflTO c’T^ ?rp®nT ^fr?® to^i — ® i^i ^uro ^ito c*^i?f 

TOT TORT TOBf I TOW TOTCTO TO 'OTF ^ tTOlfTO *gw: 

TOITCTO ^ OTCf I H®% ^(fBTOfTO TOTO TOTICTO ?rf4 

vil^T TO^Ito tot 5OT R I TOTTCTO CTOP® TOI^ ^T 4to»d1cTO vU^qfTO ®Rr 

C*f®BT TOIf ®tTn C^ TOR TO, ®feT TO^ ctWot VT^wTot CTOCTO CTOTO TtoOT 
COTB OTRT TOTO TOC® TOR « CTOF® ^ 1®?=? TOHCTO ’TITO 

^ OTTO ®RT TOI TOfsr ®t9^POTT ^ I vl»^ TOf^ TOOT OTI CTO TOtiST i 

Mlouffwmnt 

The House was then adjourned at 6-58 p.m. till 3 p.m. on Thursday, the 
2(Hh February 1958, at the Assembly House, Calcutta. 



Proctedii^ of ^ West Bengal Le^siative Asscndily aawhlcd 
under the provirimis of flie ConstitatiQii of Indbi 

The AaeEMBLY met in the Assembly House, Calcutta, on Thursday, the 
20th February, 1058, at 3 p,m. 


Present: 

Mr. Speaker (the Rou ble S\nkahdas Bawbwi) in the ("hair, 16 Hon’ble 
Ministers, 11 Deputy Ministers and 210 Members. 

[3-3-10 p.m.] 

Statement by the Chief Minister regarding explosions at Chlnakuri 

Colliery, Asansol. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Sir, before the business of the 
Rouse ronnnences today may I have your permission to refer to a very 
unfortunate incident which has occurred in Asansol about which we jfot 
news just now'. At 0-4’» p.in. on the 1 0th instant a serious explosion Omk 
place in Nos. 1 and 2 ])its of the ( binakuri ("olliery (Bengal ("oal Ounpany 
of Andrew Yule) at 2,000 feet d»‘ep. 100 persons includinji^ one Assistant 
ManuR'er and two siipervis(»rs wen* w<>rking in the second shift between 
4 o’clock and 10 o’llock. Re>cue operations under the supervision of the 
t'hiei Inspector ot Mines of .Iliaria and Sitaranipur started immediately . 
So tar tliey have been able to bniiR' out 17 persons, 4 of W'hoin have bwn 
adniit1»‘(l to the Sanctoiia Rosjiital in si'rious eonditkm, and the others 
liav(‘ Iteen let oh utter administering^ first aid. The Rescue Party whieh 
eame out at 4 hours on the 20lb reported that the remainiriR: 170 persons 
were all dead. 'Fhe j)art\ saw dames and smoke. Even now it is 
apprfiheiiiled that another exjilosinn niiRht take place Further recovery 
of (lend bodies is suspeiidt‘d till that ajiprehension is ov(‘r. Tin* Suhdivisional 
(RHcer and the Additional Sujierintendeiit of Polic<^ nisb(‘d to the sjiot to 
watch the situation, and police jucket has been [xisted. I am sure all 
members here will join with me in expressing to the deceased families 
oui sincerest condolences for their unfortunate deutli. AVe have sent our 
own men from liere to find out exactly w'hat the situation is and 1 W'il) 
keej» tile Assembly informed as to the developments T understand that 
the Labour Minister Sliri (lulzarilal Nanda and Atulya Balm from Dtdhi 
are (’oiiiing today to make loi al encjuiries. Naturalls this colliery is a 
rentral subject, but w'e in the State have got our own responsihility with 
rt'gard to such incidents. 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

sn5R*l?i sCT*t?, 'STOTT 

OTffflOT*! ?T?T, Jqfsf'Q 

C'fTOT I ^sTOTi 'W ^ 

5TT« ^ 7{i i ‘s>ff»5?PTT?aTT 

; ^srrsTTOT ^ ^stott *=n? 

The .Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: About tin* enquiry, we shall 
certainly see that all types of relief o]ierations are started there immediately 
80 far as Bengal (joveriiment is concerned. 



100 


assemb'ly pboceemngs 


[20th Feb., 


Dr. RMMiMira NiUi 8m: 

t8i »*rt^nr, srpprt? a^wwil <f;;W ^ric® 

I wsnww '8IWWWW 5>r wi*r oariro, cwkh «i!?w 

^ hniW I ’^‘SWWT JRWIBRr ®?W C«(C^ R*»iw' w*b 1^ ’RwrapF 

_ ffWH w tR ^c»i «iww wni ®ninOT ?nt;wm a:«n <a^ m 55 

‘ «I5< 5?; 5®15® 55, 'SROT JRWIC55 Blfs^ R5, 5n5IOT5 »lH55T<JTI 

»RWK55« «il 5II5'Q ^RI5T5 51115 RT SfTTO I 

TiMHM'bla Kalipaila Mukherjae: 

<fl f55t5 ®«?»® 5015, *rf^5I<JiT 55TO ia5< ®I5® 555TOI5 550® C5*^ 

5R?WR 50151 la^ 5R;5«(H 50?5SI. a5< OTW 5f50 !?Pn5 515«iII 

50f5Sfl 5II5f05 O ilfl 5^5^, >35 055 5*515 *510 

^^^5T 515 ^71 


[Several members rose.] 

Ufa Spatkor: May I ask all of you to resume your seat. I think this 
IS no opportune moment to discuss about the past. Information about a 
Irajfic news has reached us. What enquiries are adequate or suitable or 
which of the two Governments should arrange for them is entirely a different 
matter. But we think we are over-looking one fact, to show the necessary 
amount of respect to the dead; and I would request every member of the 
House to please stand up for two minutes and show our respect for the 
dead. 

(At this stage all members stood up and remained standing for two minutes.] 

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, you may resume your seat^. 

One thing I would like to tell the honourable members of this House. 
Mot that it is within my province to .say anything on tliis particular 
matter. I do realise the sense of responsibility which is weigliing the 
mind of each of our honourable members, and the reason why the Chief 
Minister is being asked to look into the matter more closely. I also came 
to hear al)out the news a few minutes before the House assem})led here 
today. I do not think it would be very wrong on my part it I .say that 
I urn very familiar — Mr. Sen knows it — with the mines in the Asausol 
area, in fact in the whole of Bengal, Bihar and Central India. It is a 
terrible explosion which has titkeii place resulting in the death of so many 
workers, and, us you have been told, there is yet an apprehension of a 
further explosion, and people are more or less powerless at the moment 
to apjnoach the mine and go down. Mr. Dehen Sen, who is also very 
familiar, ns you know, with these mineh, uill tell you that one of the 
things that will have to be done immediately after the apprehension of 
explosion is gone, is to go inside the mine. Explosions, as you gentlemen 
all know, result both due to human ngeney, that is to say, negligence pf 
workers and/or uegligenee on the part of tho.se who are in charge of 
Bupervisiou. Explosion also follows as a matter of combustion of coal 
provided there is accumulation of gas. So far as the Mines Act and Mines 
Regulations are concerned, there is arrangement for detailed eu({uiry into 
the whole thing and a report wdll be awaited from the hands ot experts. 
But since you have made a request to the Chief Minister to look into the 
matter to the extent we in this State are responsible, I have no doubt 
whatsoever that the Chief Minister will tell you something as to what 
steps have been taken for this unfortunate incident — who is responsible 
for it, and all the rest of the information you may expect to get from the 
Chief Minister. 



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CHIEF MINISTER’S STATEMENT 


107 


At the moment so far as the members of the House are concerned if we 
go down to the sjKJt, an enquiry just at the moment will not be ]K)ssibie. 

[3-10-3-20 p.m.j 

SJ. CMMSh Choshi 

srt™ ^ ^ mm ?rf ^rr 

'aT§r ^l*J4KC*f5 <^4^1 4) I f4*V{ <il^ 

‘11^ ^6^ tfliT mcsf mm ^cffsRsr i sRn»r?CT 

2ff\5c?rw ^ M*? f4 w 

4W fefjRf 'srPTOf^ SFRIC^s? I SHCf 'Snfsj 5T^ C’^T, 

3TC®^ ^srrsRrr i 

Mr. 8p6Ak6r: I may teil you with a little knowledge about tbia parti- 
cular subject that it is not the State of West Itengal a'hich has the legal 
power to do anything. It is an expert matter which is completely controlled 
by l!.e Cunt roller oi Mines. It anything ha.s to he done steps would have 
t() ie uiLen l>y the Central (jiovernnient. We euunot suggest anything. 
T^ot ewn I tliink Dr. Hoy has tlie power to .send one of his ofKcers to hold 
an erujuiry. 

SJ. Canesh Ghosh: 

^ jTin: 

Mr. Spoaker: It ha> already been ]vointed out that Atulva Habu has 
gniiH tiiere. He ha.> no locn^ •<tafi<li. H»‘ has gime there [Uirely us a 
M- 1 a. d I have \e!N yiave d<uibi^ wlielher be would evim be admitted 
in tlie mine. As a member ot the public — us Mr. Sen is interested, as 
Mr. (iho.sii IS interested and Dr. Kaiieii Sen is also interested — any of you 
can down to find out Iroiii local talks as to what might have been 
re*'!»f-nsi);!e tor the explnsnri, 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

^srrf^ tjilc^qiAi c^. c^«^T5! snsnEwl 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bkihan Chandra Roy: 

C^, 

We are taking lull steps. 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

srrol? 'mm. ^ v£iw ww^ ^ w mmm cmr? 

Dr. Ranendra Nath Sen: 

TOT. 'S^ m ^ 

'JTTw t5?? 5jC5C?f 

mj ijtoi 

I Pf ^ CTO 4 w 1^2JT4'. C51 SI ^t: 9T 

TTc^r^-py^ r??7T^ i ^ 

WI? I 



108 


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[20th Feb., 


Mr. Speaker: 

certainly does not mean that nobody is responsible. A thing may 
suddenly hapjien due to the negligence ot one or the other. As I told 
you, you may sit on the pit-head and throw a lighted biri whiclbwill cause 
an explosion down below'. I w’ould not waste your valuable time but 1 
can tell you — I know I am not a Mining Engineer — I have eon.sideral)le 
experience in this sort of work. There may be hundreds of rea‘<ons as to 
why this explosion has taken place and I have no doubt whatsoever that 
when the report is published, or rather as soon as a copy is made available 
to this Government, to which this Government is well entitled, I shall 
see that a coj)y of the report is laid on the Library Table so that you can 
look into it and make your own stateiiient to the House as to what the 
duties of this State consist ot. Now let us proceed with the business. 

SJ. Oeben Sen: 

OTO T<t^dl. C>i^ STI ? ^$rrsi?fT 

5?r, f^ir< i 

Mr. Speaker: I think Mr. Sen you are entitled as a matter ot right. 
I have aj)peared in many enquiry matters. Y'on doii’t need i)ermi'"'iv)n of 
anybody. It should be an oj»eu enquiry, same us in a court ot law and 
I take it Mr. Sen, you are entitle<l to give evldenc'e in the mailer duiing 
the enquiry. 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

wm, mm stt i m ^ 

mvm \ 

TO? t*R ^ ^ C5TOT, I ^ 

m t i 

STARRED QUESTIONS 
(to wbich oral anewere were given) 

Primary schools in Municipal areas 

•9. (Admitted question No. *101.) Sj. Pramatha Nath Dhibar: 
Will the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Kdueation Department be pleased 
to state — 

(^) 

(^) cro scheme ;5TO ? 

Tp, Minister for EduWion (the Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath 
Chaumuri) : 



19^.] QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 109 

(ij) ■'itaBTfsra ?? i 

W 501 

tj. Jagamath Majumdar: 

jiwV jpcl sw*ra (^) ^istor. Rf i >ii^ fawBw^ftiw i?*w 

»ii?i*ii w-e^ f^? 

The Hon’Me Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

C^H C*F<3?IT ?r?f. C?'Q?n *TT I 

8J. Jagannath Majumdar: 

c?’6?n ?r?i ? 

The Hon'ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I .subniit, Sir, iintf 
question does not arise out of it. 

Mr. Speaker: Yes. 

8J. Saroj Roy: 

f^, ^1^ <F»lt}*T f^? 


The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

w:^ mi 

allies <ic«id c^, 

m:^, ^ sir^ 

T<Mt)dl ’<I>W aiCIR pi af?r?P*'a^ 

^;c^i‘fd «d,>iTc< 

vfl^ 55^fC^ I '^•SIMI C^R al^J^r^RT ?d I ’®n5tH^ 

^ ^ Um z] ^5r;7tt^ mm aik r i 

^5T?rT TOif wifw TOt 

w(m TO. ^£}^<3 c^ w«n mx. i 

8J. Sasabindu Bara: 

cak af^«iicdti tot f»np?p^ tor cto^ 

Wjftort ctor? vc«r( :to t^p dr’ 

Mr. Speaker: That ({UeNtiou does not arise. 

8j. Haridas Dey: 

«p*hii-^ ^ iw\ \^iz^ (to 

ii’^R ^ mm ^ ^ mym ?Tm cro mx. 

dT? 


Mr. Speaker: That que'^tion does not arise. 

Sj. Tarapada Chaudhuri: 

5nVdl« 51^ snn»ra ^TRTPR f^, TORS f5rSf^>f->rnMfe'$ 

SfT^tfsRS f^fflT?rR|5t;;f5T ’RRl -^ff^RfsTs ^ ^TTO ^^17,2? 

C=^TOr ^fT^Rl 7T?rTO CTOR JH? 

Mr. Speaker: The question is disallowed. 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20th Ebb. 


Sj. Byomkes Majumdar: 

^HTWSr ^f3pf 4^^ 4^4Z4^ — 'ij^ 

^ I yms fxr^f^mMk 44u ^le %4 f^icaw mm 

c^ wcm ^ f^? * 

Mr Speaker: QueHtion disallowed. 

8J. Hare Krishna Konar: 

snJH% si»er*f 

WTdT^'*^rl4iiic^ 5 ]ric^ ‘sttc^ stt I ^srrfsi ^step ?ef«PTT 
jn^sTRi^t f®W# c^-ii?r ^?^&iT«sivs jsx^, mm *5tm 

’RRHOTl 5TC^ CJl-em >I54IW^ 

5;? I w^Th^((:<j fsrSW^innM^ Wm ^ mm c^ 

?Tf?IT mm J?T? 

Mr. Speaker: Tliere is no scheme. 

Number of girls’ schools in Darjoeling district 

•10. (Admitted question No. •208.) SJ. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: 

Will the Hon’hle Minister in charge of the Education Department be 
pleased to state — 

(^) CW3TT?I wm TRPPT^ 5n5T^Jfr^ 5p?f§ 

?^TO»r?I ^51TO; 

(4) i wfST^Tilf^ W:4\ ^i^-~ 

(^) wrfsr^ fwn^, 

(^) vn?ft 

(0) f^)T5T?t; 

(^) ^5R CTO sri^nfsf^ fTOM ?TO c^ Umim cro »to mmf\ mm 
m JH; 

(^) mm snmfw, 

f5?=JT-5n*fif5R5 vfl^t sfwfsi^ twF5T?i mmm ; 'S^^k 

(ts) #5fl5T^ c^^ mm m ? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

(^) mm^ 

o^-f 6 1 

W (^) Umm >>o-f$i 

(^) fTtM-TOifw Umm 8-f$i 
(0) ar^ifspp IwTO 
(’f) ?ni 

(ir> f«iwfsr^ '6 fj^-srnnfsi^ fro^r? mmR ^ i 

8^o-f$ 2jwfsf?p fro^ ^rwT^ecar TOTarf^f^ ig^yrcgi 

W Q\f,B^4 1 



QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


111 



[8^0--^-30 p.m,] 

S|. Bliadra Bahadur Hamal: 

W OTl 5;c«n ^WCns t^? 

The Jlon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I want notice. 

S]. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: 

«lf CT ^01^ sn*tTTSI^ '21^ SJWI 

^ t^? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I ask lor iir)iic(\ 

8j. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: 

ysik w ^0^ 5n*nte 21 ^ si:^ miar'Tn^ cw 

^5ITC5 ^ « 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I cannot say off-hand. 
I want notice. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

C*I 2T ^SITOTCTf 'STTCIF? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

^ I '*ll*v5sl<? f^r I 

Or. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: In lit04. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

few# 5^ 5fTfe^vS-'i)?r fewm, ^ 

i 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

^^08 <tlfe'Iai;6-a3 I 

8J. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: 

trife^5& sfj JTCOT fewi? a ' c^ i erH c^ri? 

The Hon’bie Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

(^) Sow C2T JTT'G?nt c?. O f7FJ?51T«JTfe^ WfTTO tOTSR 

^n2 JHii 

8J. Bhadra Bahadur Hamal: 

(^) S^w <iWCS?H WC5, "^nTsf 

Wl?VI<p fWTTSTOT ^«fTO : Iil2 ^ i£l^ 

few# ?n? smtW htfTTO ?TT^ 

^nf5[ fe“«!5Ti I 

Mr. Speaker: 'llmt is a niatter of opinion 

8j. Narayan Chobey: 

fJFSTOTinfsr^ lij^ 2rr*iff5l<j: ?3 Jwti^?i 



1^2 


ASSEMBLY I’KOCEEIUNGS 


[20 th FSb. 


w TOi >9^ ^ w«?n ?cac5: (^) >9!:® “sirotsw « fjR- 

JITWfiw frosTO »«nf*f$ 55” >Sf, 4®C?I5 *1131^ ^ ’TOJ 

5teTOPt— SiO^ aT«lf*W '«IT*t!?Rt ’lf?RS»*RT 'SRJSnf'TS 5^510? I 

Mfi speaker: You say that tlief answer given in (^) • 

does not meet with what has been aj»ked. You are emphasising on the 
word 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: He confuses tlie issue. 
AVhat is the existing position? 

2l»r^ (^) ®RI 5!T51^- 

^imm (^) w Wtwm 

o^fdi 

'Jdiat finishes the answer to the first part of the question. 

(^) siTtnfsi^ 

(^) Umjm 

( 0 ) 

w srcOT— 

(^) smtrfspp t^jfnro ^ 0 ?$, 

(^) etd, 

( 0 ) f^IWTlTO 

Figures are given here. The next question is 

(^) vflSJJHf t4H f^<RTn?i?l ^5[T^ fi !RT W C4IH 

^ sTf I ^ r 

All tlie scliools are aided seliools. Tlie answer is perfectly clem. The 
next question is 

(^) mT'Sr^Ici^ t,*8re1l?l ^1^?) I 

GT^ffw U^wm 

Tins is about the scheme. We have answered that in Wl 

That class of institutions does not come under the Bengal Rural Primary 

Education Act at all, and, therefore, it has been said 

Wira 8p0tk0r5 In any case, it is governed by necessity. 

Bhimpore Orphan BoarcNng 

•11. (Admitted question No. ’^204.) 8]. Jamaciar Hasda. Will the 
Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Education Department be pleased to state — 

{^) C5rfqjf|vj^ *vm^ ^TRRI Orphan Boarding ^ 

W fef boarding-^ 'mw 

W w im 

(^) ^ boarding.^ W^: 

W ^ >1^ c^, ^ pnVt-v£i?r f5i?rfsr$^TW 

WR ^ 'Q 2r?i ? 



QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


113 


The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

(^) I 

W 2^1 

(%) \^,8Sb\Wo 

(!^) o^-o-(iq h>rFr ^ >0 to ^^nf^ppri 

^ ?TT I »TOP^3Pf?r5 

W I 

8j. Narayan Chobey: 

51^ 5I5TO (;s) ^C9R:TO~-f^rsrt?I <3 

fjRR ^'QTO ^ 4i^iw<3 ^ ^ 5m 

fron^ ^<3?n <3 ?ntc^ ^ Jif? c^nfet-ti)?T v£i?r^ ^ c^r 

•n srr^TT r?i ^ 2 ^? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

Sl’^>i5TCit^ ^1 

Mn Speaker: It is no use sayiujr that. 1 know that non-Clirisiians 
were never forced to to a church. That is our knowledg-e for well (»ver 
25 years. 

8j. Narayan Chobey: 

(^) '5'S'c<t? «TT^ ^ I ?rfTf ^*n ^ ?n 2^?! 

^ 2^:^ CTO ? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

TOT ^ TOCTO ^ ^\ 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

lil^ mm sTC^fi ?rfif jfta c?<3?n to TOWfiJiro- 

*1?;^ 

discriiiiiiiatioii between student and student, 

Si>^ WrOT SIWi TO W^lfTOR STT^ TOT 5:>T in ? 

Mr. 8peaker: Now the que.stion is whether it amounts to discrimination. 
That Is a que.stion of law. 1 may point out to you that if you briiifi* all 
of them under one head, it doe.s not amount to discrimination accordinfic to 
the application of the Sujireme Court judgment. 

[3410 — 3-40 p.m.] 

Or. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

arorro ^strc^ m, trc^icro toi^ ^ cW'O^r ^ cwr fitim- 

^ ^fVi?r t?ic^ ^ »t;^ TOPmi f^fcro ^ ’•tT^R 

CfWCTO fiTO TOIf TOM fro^l Cif^ f ^ iCTCTO TOT f iT TT^ I f=T 

TOfroroR to? ^ r tot 

That i.s inspiring indiscipline. 
vO&F TOTO R? 

Mr. Spetkor; Not necessarily. Even in the St. Xavier’s institutions 
today students who do not wish to read Bihle are not forced to read It. 



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[20th Feb., 


8J. N 0 |NiI Ray: 

vhhIh sral 5^^ ^ C35r, 5i;p=iw?— 

^35m tsTO si;?!VWR fsPTO 2OT JO? 


The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

Um i^\ 


8J. Gopat Basu* ^ 

^Wi*\d)f'^^ ^ ^*T T^ 

Mr. Speaker: I think all of them live on charity. As I understand 

it, they are being renifived because perhaps they charge more for the non- 

Christian boys. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

^C41C8R, S1TO*I?I ^fT?n51T'W C?'©^ 5!^ 

5n ^snfii w® c^ceicr^ ^hi-voT^ 

5^ ’^rnsRH e^HCvs Bit i 

The Hon*ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: It is apparent on the face 
of it. ^ 

Mrt Speaker: Were the American Mission keeping children of all 
classes themselves or at the instance of the Government? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: At the instance of the 
Government when emergency arose. 

Mrt Speaker: What was the emergency? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I am not sure of it. I 
want notice. 

Mr. Speaker: You will kindly find out further particulars about it and 
tell us about them on Monday next. 


Ro-employment of rotrenohed hands of the four oloeed down Jute mills 

•12. (Admitted question No. *133.) SJ. Somnath Lahiri: (a) Will 
the Hon'ble Minister in charge of the Laliour Department be pleased t<> state 
whether it is a fact, as stated by the Union Deputy Laliour Minister in the 
Lok Sabha on the 3()th May, 1957, that with the exce])tion of only 3(W 
workers all the other workers of the recently closed down four jute mills in 
West Bengal have been employed in other mills belonging to the same 
com] rallies? 

(h) If the answer to (a) be in the afiSrmative, will the IIon*ble Minister 
be pleased to state — 

(i) names of the mills which have absorbed these workers and how many 

workers have been absorbed by each mill; and 

(ii) names of other mills of The same company which have absorbed the 

1,000 workers of the Victory Jute Products Mill? 

(c) If the answer to (a) be in the negative, wdll the Iloirble Minister be 
pleased to state whether the Union Deputy Labour Minister was apprised 
of the correct position by the State Government? 



: 1958 .] 


QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


115 


The Minister for L^r (the Hon*hle Abdus Utter): (a) No; it 

not so stated by the Union Deputy Labour Minister. 

(h) Does not arise. 

{r) Yes, as far as practicable. 

8J. Somnath Lahiri: 

CTRM fs? ^ TO 

The Hon’ble Abdus Uttar: 

^ CTO I 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

51^ «fHIC^ 7f*TO^ C®%^^ CriTO CTO 

froffCTO 5n c»rFTO5T?r? uq^ c*fwWn«r, ^ 

^^?TCSR, JR! I 

The Hon’ble Abdus Setter: The Deputy Union Labour Minister 
s])ecitically referred to two mills and said that dOO \^orkmen of those two 
mills were uneiiiido>ed and the rest in th<»8e two mills were absorbed in 
the sister concerns of the concerned mills. 


Number of workers of Hinduathan Motors Co., Uttarpara, laid off and 

dismissed 


•13. (Admitted question No. •IGO.) 8J. Monoranjan Hazra: (a) 
Will the Hon’ble Minister in charj^e of the Labour Department be 
pleased to state whether it is a fact that a large number of workers have been 
laid off and dismissed verj’ recently in the Hindusthun Motors Co at 
r ttarpara f 

(h) If the answer to {a) he in the afErinative, will the Hon’hle Minister 
l>e pleased to state — 

(/) the exact number of the laid-off and dismissed workers; and 
(ft) the reasons for laying off and disroissaL^ 


The Hon’ble Abdus Utter: (a) Yes. 

(h) (i) Between loth April and 2drd May, 1957, men have been laid 
off. In the last week of May. 1957, 48 workmen have been di.sinissed. 

(n) Eighty workmen of the Studebaker Truck Line were laid off on 
a{r<x)unt of accumulation of stocks. The rest of the workmen were laid oft 
for alleged slow-down by the workers engaged in manufacturing Engine 
Blocks for Undmasfer Body Shoii— .Jig Section. All the laid-off men were 
recalled by 2nd July, 195<. 


The Management took decisions to dismiss 48 persons for alleged Blow- 
down. The Management have filed applications before the Fifth Industri e 
Tribunal (Omnibus Engineering Tribunal) for approval of their decision to 
dismiss 80 men of the Cylinder Blot'k Section and 18 men of the Body Shop, 
making the total 48. The apfilications have been filed on 81st Mav and 27th 
May, 19o7, respectively. The matter therefore is sub jiidice 


Mr. Spuaktr: Please bear in mind that the matter 
therefore, honourable members should be careful about the 
they will put. 


18 .ci/b judice. 
questions that 



U0J ASB^aiBLY PKOCKEDINGS [20ih Fbb., 

8|. Monoranjan Hauas ... c ^ r s 

awl? wRiPR c? Scsf? 

ftr»*f7TO C5n$?PT i "snro sw ^ c?, 

fwa;" ^^v g pf tyrgT csrr^? cw jr?— wiw? 

The Hoffi’ble Abdus Sattar: ' 

8J. Monoranjan Hazra: 

vfli ?n^n?6T 3TT?-'SrJ^>i^ 5^? I 

Mr. Speaker: Can you decide whether it is suh juddce or not? Is 
there a [)roceeding pending before a properly constituted Tribunal regard- 
ing these workmen r 

8J. Monoranjan Hazra: No; there is no pending proceeding. 

Mr. Speaker: How do you know. 

Dr. Ranendra Nath Sen: 

f?: ?TT?, ilSTC® ^SRSTi? '^ic^— 1?^! tsrSIPn f^? 

Mr. Speaker: I am entitled to put a question and get clarification 
from the Ministers, from the members of the Treasury benches as w'ell as 
from the honourable members for the puriKDse of coming to a correct deci- 
sion. Now, it is being said that a proceeding is peiidiug before a properly 
constitute<l Tribunal as a result of an order phssed f)y the Hon'ble High 
Court. That is uhat has been said. Let me ])ut a (juestiou. When was 
such an order passed by the Hon'ble High Court ? 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 1 canuot give the exact date. 

Mr. Speaker: You will kindly check up from your record and find out 
and, if available, kindly bring to the House the order of the Hon’ble FJigh 
Court aud then every member wdll see what sort of an order is that. 

[;M0— d-dO i).m.] 

Dr. Ranendra Nath Sen: 

t?s '*11?!^ W) 'Srn;?, c^ot 

^fT??? 

Mr. speaker: 

T*fH5 I 

I have decided that this question aud answer will he dealt with on Monday. 
The Hon’ble Minister has been told to be good enough to bring up before 
this House all necessary records and proceedings to enable him to answer 
questions properly. Next question. 

Death from eleotrooution at Clive Jute MillSf Garden Reach 

*14. (Admitted question No. *308.) Janab Shaikh Abdulla 
(a) Will the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Labour 
]||^lk|*tme&t he pleased to state if it is a fact — 

' (i) that a fatal accident oceairred due to defective electric wiring at 
the Clive Jute Mill in Garden Reach police-station , 

24-Pargana8, resulting in the death of a coal cooly; and 

(h) that the mill authorities and the Labour Directorate of tbe Govern- 
ment had prior intimation of these defects? 



Ql’llsTlU-NS AXD AXSWKRS 11? 

(b) If the oiiswei- to {in lie in the atKrmative, will the ffon’ble Minister 
^ pleanea to state — 

ii) what ste])s wiTe taken hv the liabmir Directorate to enforce the due 
observance liy the mill authorities of the safety reKulations in 
thi^ lespect; and 

(? 2 ) what 'ite])s ha\e since been taken by the t'hief Inspector of 
l*dectri(*ity . AA evf Renjral, aft(T the accident had been reported 
to him;" 

The Hon’bie Abdus Sattar: tmt/) Yes, hut not due to chdect m 
electric winnc*. 

{it) iVo. 

ih) Atier till' accident was reported an immediate inspection and enpuirv 
was carried out by the Factory Inspector as well as the Klectric Insjiector. 
Idle Management ha\e been directcal to U'^e portable electric lamps of voltage 
not exceeding ‘^4 volts ^\hilc canyinjr on work in closed space. 

Janab Shaikh Abdulla Farooquie: 

‘‘not (Inc to (b'tect in (dectric \uiing-”. 

T’itC'si ? 

Mr. Speaker: 1 think the ends df justice will bt' propiuly nnd it the 
ilon'bli* the iaiboiii Miiiisii'? would be j^ood einm^ij to pr(*sent llie einiuiry 
KlfOit Indore tie' Iloust‘ 'Dmmi \ on will be abb* ti» ask (piestioiis. 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: I lia>(‘ luithej into] matjon. 

Mr, Speaker: Have ,\ou ijot llu* emuuiN n*po!t with you;*' 

The Hon’bie Abdus Sattar: N ot (be w hol<* ot it. 

Ml^. SpeakC*'! Is the (.UNf* ot the aeeident tnade elear ^ 

The Hon’bie Abdus Sattar: Yes. 

Mr. Speaker: I'Ikmi it to ibe Hou.>e. 

The Hon’bie Abdus Sattar: A ptu-s^.n named Samoo. Iiy oceupaiiou .» 
eoidie. met wub a iatal acenb'nt on V??ml Man b lUd? in tlo' t'live -liiti^ 
Mill in <»ard(n lt(M(*li, t'aJcutta. The w(oker concerm‘d au'iU inside the 
lioiler tine loi eleininp the ash A poi table electric hand iamj) wa'^ in ii>« 
tor liphtiuf; '.li'c intenoT. It ^vas .i-(eit.oncd that wbib' coniinj? out he 
v\ a.s elect locutfil . An Klcetio Insjicctor (‘arried out an iiiHjieclion on Mie 
same dn\ hut no detect was (onnd in the electric wiriujr. The Inspecfor 
was intormed by the union (wo or three days att«*r ^he invest i^ation that 
tlie electric cahlc which was actually in use af the time of the a(‘cident 
was replaced by another immediately after the accident. The Mami^rer of 
the factory denied the allegation. No legal action could be taken as it could 
not be proved that the electric cable wa.s defective and it was ebanged after 
the accident. 

Dr. Hiremfra Kumar Chattopaiftiyay; 

The Hofi’ble Abdus Sattar; I want notice. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay ; 

STT ft C*1 <£J?7t!i^5T5T?r^ — 

This is not complete. 

A.Q 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20ih Fbb., 


Mr. tfMMr: That u why 1 told you, let the report come. This is 
aot the whole report. You may find some useful report which would 
enable you to put questions. 

Dr, HinndrM Kumtr ChattOfiafiliyay: Sir, I am grateful to you but 

he replied to your question that the entire report was there. • 

••ft $pMkerS No, he said part of it. 

Dr. Hifondra Kumar Chattopadhyay: Therefore will you please hold 
it over ? 

Mr. Spaakar: All right, held over. 


Conttitutioii of Labour Advisory Board 

•15. (Admitted question No. *757.) 8J. Rabindra Nath 

Hukhopadhyay S Will the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Labour 
Department lx* pleased to state — 

(а) whether the Government of West Bengal has recently constituted a 

Labour Advisory Board for West Bengal; 

(б) if so, how many representatives of each Central Trade Union 

Organisation have been represented on this Board; and 

(<;) the principle and method ad(»pted by the Government tor (on- 
stituting the Board? 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: {(f) Yes. 

(h) Bengal Provincial National Trade I’nion Congress— 

Bengal Provincial Trade Cnion Con; 4 re ’''< — \ 

United IVade Union Congress — 1. 

Hind Mazdoor Sabha — 1. 

(c) The Bo.iid has been constituted on the broad i)rinciple of equal 
fepresentation from employers and ein])loyees. 

8J. Rabindra Nath Mukhopadhyay: 

Tho Hon’blv Abdus Sattar. Membership. 
i|» Rabindra Nath Mukhopadhyay: 

<«? CT. B IS fri ai|?w5i ?r5:j 

IWtjr ®nti Wisf ♦wW cf#? to 

sawinral *te«E fsii 

Hw Hon’bl. Abdus Sattar: 

<a| «R?f dw !n| 

Sj. Rabindra Nath MukhdlMiRiyay: 

dTTOt SRKJH Td? 

The Hon’bleAbdus Sattar: 

dWW dW WWE 



196^^ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 11» 

S Narayan Ghobay: 

ta wfjpt-<ii ta t»i i*5f ^4 f»r f*f fS 

^ ^ ^ f»i 'H^sR, wf;5 5i%ra ^ ?c*i >a«(TO 

can? 

The Hofi’ble Abdus Sattar: 

fisi^ «(rof, Mk at?t i 

Mr. Speaker: He say.s ou the basi.s of mem})er>hip this has been done. 
If you say that he is prejudiced aud is not applying? the principle, that 
jjoiiit cannot be decide<l. 

SJ. Narayan Chobeyj 

Mr. Speaker: AVas the principle ot projiortion made applicable h 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: Yes, Sir. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay : 

5f^ ^5^ ^ WMT?I ^lCf*l? 

Mr. Speaker: It >oii jnit a question like that, it is not ])ossih]e to 
answer. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: He made a statement that it was 
oil the streiifitli of membership. 

Mr. Speaker; He had said that the principle ot e(|ual representation 
Wiis om* ot the princijdes which was borne in mind. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: He stateil later that it was on 
tho basis ot membership; thereiore he must be cogni.sant of the number ot 

jiiembers. 

« 

Appointment of a Committee to enquire into the oonditione of Jiito Induftry 

in the State 

•ie. (Admitled (juestion No. *M}to.) Sj. Gopal BaSU: (a) Will 
th<‘ Hoirhh* Minister in charge ot the Labour Department be pleased to 
state it it is a fact tliat the (Toveriimeiit have recently constituted an 
Kmjuirv rtunmittee to encpiire into the conditions of the Jute Industry in 
West Heng'alh 

(b) If the answei to in) bi in tlie affirmative, will the Hon’ble Minister 
be pleaM*(l to state — 

(/) how many representatives of each Central Trade Tlnion Organisa- 
tion have been represented on this Committee; 

(ii) the time by which the (’omraittee is likely to finish its enquiry; 

(th) whether (jfovernment are aware that retrenchment is going on in 
almost all the jute mills in West Bengal even when the Enquiry 
Committee is conducting it^ enquiry; and 
(tv) if so, whether Government consider the desirability of taking necef- 
sary steps to maintain the status quo in the Jute Industr>^ until 
the Enquiry rommittee finishes its enquiry? 

The Hon’ble Abdus Uttar: (a) Ye^. 

(fe)(0 One enrdi from A.T.T.F.C., F.T.F.C. and H.M.S, and two from 
r.X.T.F.C. 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20th Eeb., 




(n) It rannot be definitely stated as to when the Committee will com- 
l»lete its work. I'wo meetings have been held so far and the work is being 
expedited as much as possible. 

(fi^) Cover nmeni are aware that in some of the mills modernisation has 
been proposed to be elfected resulting in the likelihood of reti;enchment. 
This lias been done in aecordance with a modernisation programme drawn 
up long before the Committee was set up. In all cases, however, involving 
retremdinient Government have ensured and are ensuring that there is no 
case of involuntary retrenchment. Those workers who wish to stay on are 
being provided with alternative employment. 

(iv) This is a inatler which is now under consideration of the Tripartite 
('ommittee themselves. Government will take appropriate action when the 
result of the Ounmittee’s deliberations is known. 

8j. Gopel Basu: 

vliw ^ ^ H ^ ^71 v£)>T, 

^ ^ R'Q?IT 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 


Mft Speaker: Mr, Hasu, ^ou waat the Mini.sti*] to iippl.v mind ,.mf 
give 1o this Bouse as accuialely as possible tjie method ado))ied toi making 
selection or giving rcpresenlation. U that your ciuestiony 

8J. Copal Basu: Yes. 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

TO v£i5^ I T<m wji trafw ^ 

Mr. Speaker: May I put a (juestion? AVas jiolitifal c<msideration 
la ken U]] in the matter of giving re])re'^eMtation ? 

The Hon’blo Abdus Sattar: No, Sir. 

SJ. Copal Basu: 

^ Y?i. ^ ^ ?n 0 m m c^:- 

Mr. Speaker: T hat (jiiestinn d\>es not arise. 

S|. Banklm Mukherioe: 

COT C5^ C^*f*t f^(o) C^ &TO ^ 

tOTCf^Il SSnCTO W v£|^ ^ C^ ^ 

•R c^nc^ Tdw^"i ^^c^ 'Qhttof strtt^s ?c5t^ 

Mf. Spoakors That is a relevant question. There is likelihood of a 
stalemate and enquiry not proceeding in the proper maner. 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: T have no such information. 



1958.] yrESTTONS A.M) ANSWEKS 121 

Mri Speaker: AVill you kiutUy make an enquiry ami whatever iutoi- 
matmn is available you will give to the members'^ 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

fjis ^ TOiw mm 

m ^ f^fsi cq? 

C5^i?nEiTR, c?c^ va^ i[m iffm? 

t>oiC<l iTT— s£l^ I CWl^'STTRC^ va^T 

SrrfRC^ I 

The Hofft’ble Abdus Sattar: 1 have done so. 

8j. Copal Basu: 

va^ sfiTi 

f^? 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

^siTOi ^ I ^m] 5^ ?pt 5? c»rfi » 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay : 

sn?Rl?i s[wi'1^»r?i <fic^ ??n»fRm ^Sf?i?RC^<3 

Wc?ic^ m r^R 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

C^!5R 1 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

The Hon’hle Abdus Sattar: 

Mr, Speaker: W’li.it the llon'bh* Miin.sler wauled 1o iuforni this 
Hou.se Is tlial not only I lu- jieopb* wIjo ar e enlilled to la* represtuiled Irave 
been given lepresenlat ion but lire idea wa.s to uee that nobody luaea liis rij^lit 
of represent a 1 ion. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: 

I il^T ^r.-^ > 

Mr. Speaker: 

2r5f**S^ ^ I ^ l^C®1'Cs v£|^R ^T<R I 

Sj. Copal Basu: 

5rwi1^»ra c^. v£i^ m f«rw ftiJiSt 

5ID5? 

Mr. Speaker: Is the Hon’ble Minister aware of it — 

W fsiC®! 5TJB? 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar; 

^ »n-~^ srrfsr \ ^ cro c^^jr fin:»T. cwno ewr^ irf^ 
^ I mm zs^ mi ^ tos efW? r 5^ i ^ 5TTO. is\ m 
mm I 



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ASSEMBLY PllOCEEDINGS 


[20th Feb., 


•j. Copal Baau; 

Iff^ ^ J?T C'f'Q?n I ^v£|?r W TOT ft^T^ 

if) h 

Mr. Speakers 

to ?t^I^ 5? f^? 

The Hoii’ble Abtfus Setter: 

?ni 

Mr. Speaker: 

OTTO c^w ft^rt tot® jts? 

Say, yes or no. 

The Hoffi*ble Abdus Setter: 

^ *TI^ I 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

<D TOW TOWTI ^^JOTOT’T tote 

^OTi c^TTO f^rtor? toRi vaS 

TOT 5X?rfw W, OTR 57*T ^ I ^TT VfTTOffl'6 

TOT®T ^5n?;e i 

Mr. Speaker: 

TOcar TO'^itc^^ to otr tot ^ \ 

Whenever Ibere is a retrenchment information, (Tovernment is expec^ted to 
act ()n the jirinciple that was followed by them. 

^^RTOTl TOTTO ThC^ •?! R, TOTTd •TI? 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

Ahnl^il A*fl*l SRTTTO A^$nf«TlCW*R R ^C^'Q ^?rRRl wWr OTTOP 

NCH OTTi^T Ctfll hiailH ? (A TJTOf TO*1 mIcii^(.'W*R <1 

TOTOT»riW*R 5^ R toI TO*I^ tor? 

The Hon’Me Abdus Setter: 

'^il^ A^ ?RQ*^ 5J^ ^*rRn^niOT*ICTO TOR^fe^^*TR?l STii? — 

AAR OTR et^l^A?! R^^’TTW ^STITOT C^fC®T TOPW TOTOTR fRCA ^ 'W TOT TO A^T? 

OTiWR TOR w 5 t crto ^^ter§-A?r drf^i^RTR-A c*t«?i 7 to i 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

ARRI? TOtelTO TOR fRS A^ ?m»TTRT»n^»R-A?l RTW %^TCR T 

CAtorate OTi^ e?n^ cro wwe ato a^ ^ ^ 'RRce ato 

ARCRT peiH? 

The Hen’ble Abdus Setter: 

^ TO^ TOffI 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

A^I f^rfR etICHR R^TOTT CJiTrW, ATO'T^OT'R RT TOA, TO$ 

stJr^ TOSCR, CRTap itui^ ero cni^ f®TO ^cjn •eie^ 5 t®ir arcrt sew^e? 
TOto TOTOPR-A to? mroro m toi>^ 5:«?n w$t pot 

ARt w;^ AsfA^te Alto RRf CAW Afroro iotr "st^Rter to? toot— 

aJt W rrSL- 



1968 *] 


QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


m 


tlM Hoii’ble Abdus Sattar: 

8J. Bankim Mukherjee: 

U( fsiW cQ^ C’tTCSicaf aC5^ KTO—OTR 

CW ^ ^ C5^ vll^^ ^ 

sfsi^ <3 snf5TOT?r wV^rsi ♦o^i 

snf^ “W fef 5]fsTc?i "srn:?!! 'rsm bmm w ? 


[4__4.10 p.m.J 

Mr. Speaker; Is it not of) the mark.^ 

8J. Bankim Mukherjee: No, Sir. 

Mr. Speaker: The question is regarding tlie appointment of a 
coniniittee to enquire into the conditions of jute industry in the State and 
if questions were asked for an expeditious euipiirv or if a miestion wai 
asked that it woud he good if the (foveruinent w’oud be good enough to 
finish the eiujuirv as early as possible that would have been unite right. 
Rut if you ask other (juestions regar<liug general retrenchment tne Mimsiar 
jnight say that he is not aware of any large measure of retrenchment. 

Sj. Somnath Lahiri: 

SJ. Subodh Banerjea: Sir, the question hour is over and let this ques* 
tion be held over. 

Mr. Spoakor: As some time was taken up in the colliery accident affair^ 
the question time has been extended. 

SJ. Somnath Lahiri: 

modernisation has been proposed 

has been done in accordance with a modernisation programme 

^®rffsi fwirwi tiii csrsrw wr^- 

cjfrsTR ^ i ^ to 

afRTC^ f^? 

The Hon'ble Abdus Sattar: I ask for notice. 

SJ. Bankim MukherJae: 

TOt. WSv ^ tacf I 

I submit that this question be held over as the question time is over. 

Mr. Spoakor: My zealous Deputy Sj>eaker is always anxious to 
protect the rights and privileges of the members and he says that as some 
time has been taken in discussing the accident in the colliery we shtt!l 
get a few more minutes — up to 4-lo p.m. — for questions and answers. 

ij. Bankim MukharJae: 

strrI? ^ i 

Mr. Spaakar: Ask him to make enouirr 



124 


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[20 tii Fm., 


8J. Bankim Mukherjee: 

?nT*rRr- 

I ^ ^5TO pr 

-iiitt* Knqiiir^ ( ojiiinitlt*e to enquire into the condition of the jute iiidustrv . 

WWr-m J?\ ^ OT^ fefTT ^ felt ^ fefe^ 
w*TT?n«TT^**R-’^5 SRI >i<cbc^ spr 

^*lHI<^]$C'5r'R bC^TO lil^ *Tlfe SR;”®! 

No retrenchment without tears, 

OTJ?t ?PTO I spr i w^ 

Slit I 'iT^I ^TRC^ I 

Mr. Spaakar: Mr. Mukherjee, I want some clarification. Let us 
examine the answer given in (iii). It says “(itovernment are aware that 
in some of the mills modernisation has been proposed”. So it is at the 
jiroposal stage now. You may ask this question whether as a result of 
this mfidemisatiou any retrenchment has been effected and nothing more. 

8i. Bankim Mukherjaa; 

iiNTR 2PR 1 r ^ f^rd'scsi^^ 2^^ i 

retrencliment in the name of rationalisation 

Mr. 8paakar: Vnu ma.\ ask “Is the Hon'ble Miiii^t(*r aware lh.it 
although modernisation has not been res()rted to yet. sfiH on the pretext 
of that having been done there is retrenchment.” 

Tha Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

?R5St ^i5hI ^]5I’?Tf?l I ^ '5?^ 

R f^<bR[ 5RI il^RR ^R 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: 

5rTRR RR 

?R3R 7^^ SfTR^T fel ^ ^ ! 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Mukherjee, this (juesliun is not allowed. 

UNSTARRED QUESTIONS 
(answers to which were laid on the table) 

Shyamsunder College, Raina police-station, Burdwan district 

8. (Admitted (juestion No. oi.) Sj. Cobardhan Pakray: Will 
the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Education Deiiartiuent Iw pleased to 
state- 

(^) ^T^k)lT*1vs TORI liTHTO ■fimjWfiff 

'TO TOTO ^ 

(’^) ^'iBbW 4 rW^ ^Slt^STOWTO ^ 

R*fRi s^*r ^ ? 

The Minister for Education (the Hon’ble Rai Harendfa Nath 
CliaiNttiuri: 

(^) »rnRR7*f?t Rrofir R?rTO ^ff?TOR7tflR RJR', TO RTter?! rr 

RTTOlJfr^T (sponsored) I 



Qrr.STfONS AM> AJVSWERS 115 

(^) ai^OT^ s[^;?iTO. ^3i-ji. v£i^-i£i5r. (;^) imimm 

I “^fiwJST^ flfsifsiCvS 5fS5 


Formation of District School Board for Darjeeling 
^ 9. (Admitt»Ml (luovtion No. SI.) 8J. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

Will ihe H<Jii i)l(' Miiiistt^i' iu I’liarg’e of il>e Kd\iciil loii l)t*|)artiiUMit bt) 
plnaved to .slate — 

(</) when the Di.slilcj Schmd Hoar<l t<»i Darjeelinir was foriiied ; 

(h) whether ihe Hoard has ioinpleted the .sni\e\ ot t!je piiiuary sohooli 
iu the district; and 

{() whethei' the Hf)ai‘d has fixed the scale of {»a\ of tiie priinarv teacher'^ 
and di.iwii up any s<dienie for the develorunent of priniarv educa- 
tion in t he distri< t )" 

The Hon’bie Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: lo) To H)'>4. 

{In and {o Yes. 

Sj. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

2 cC<ic^ Wf 

The Hon’bie Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri; 

(vfl) (17?) I (C) crrraTi'TT^T ^Tst 

^qilo il<t (i ^ 

Sj. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar; 

CS' 3 i;'< Sl^ TMrA’ 5 ]^^ ^ TI 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri; 

Sj. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar; 

■si'^ ^ vfir)] sttot 

The Hon*bte Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri; 

rW 1 z^> 

Sj. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

’j’iR v£ii^ 5t,nR 'SrjgsrR 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri; 

Sj. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

z^ ^TT ryr^ ttp?? 

The Hon’ble Rat Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 



1S6 ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS [20th Fct., 

S|. Narayan MaimiMiar: 

tilt arsrfsw ’W ww t’lmWH w? 

The Hoit’ble Rai Haremira Nath Ghaudhuri I want notice. 

f 

SJ. Satyendra Narayan Mttumdar: 

f»»rsT ^ whtc^ f^? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

080f$ ^ ^ »=fST^ ^sncf ; ^ 

8^ot$ I 

•J. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

The Hon'hle Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

c^rrfd*! 51^ i 

S). Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: 

t£)J: »^-v£i3? VIK] f5TOl«t <3 ^ Uf'Q^ ^ ? 

The Hon’hle Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: I .^ubinit. Sir, that that 
question does not arise. 


Number of iirimary schools in Birbhum district for the trihals 

10. ^Admitted oueMnoi 417.) S|. Turku Hansda: Will the 
Hoirble Minister in charji’e of the Kduration l)e])artineni he pleased to state — 

(.!) ^^11 csfSTO ^ snsifw? [^wtmoRi nt«m ^ >a^t in^ 

famrsTOi ’ a ii fn^ml frs « 5«n?Rsi 

W i cw*n?i ■'S(i[»Rr»fl ’R«m ¥5; 

(<I) Jf r«f*r™ ’re'snp? siWlTsw (Secondary School) on$ 

arnm 

(i[) ^ cewra oiqW^j ^trtwi *0^ ? 

The Hon’hle Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

(^) (^) C^RfRTlt TOfjfTOT ORt C^ISR ^>t?T 

JfTvrfsp^ f^JflTOI fHfOT eRt CWTT 5^lfTCf — 

^5WS 

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19M0 


QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


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mi ... 


8j. Mihirlal Chatterjee: 

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^pTfffT!I% *nff ^.<i(i^> BR, WC»t JfT^rf^P? *SfOTI TO' 

^ 5fOT^ f5p? 

Mr. Speaker: 

^iw 

8j. Mihirlal Chatterjee: 

^sriTOR ^5R;?T?ft bs iniwirtm sn^itsr^ fwi 

^«fT 'Strew I ^8 ^ TO5 ^ ? 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: That ({nestioit doas not 
arise out of this. 

8J. Mihirlal Chatterjee: 

^.sb'.ooo ij^] mb ^ 5T.Trcw wiuwnftw 

c?'Q?n ^,46 'll I 

. 

The Hon’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: 

^’^fie^r ut<i^ JOTCW \ 

8j. Mihirlal Chatterjee: 

vij^ ^0 »[PR ^T3TRT?r srm ^,(i(kcj 5R 'srrfwWi wrawm^ fw fro 

**Tfe^ I ^ 5:*c«T C5n$ wiroal?! ^ iii 

WR OTT ^ 

The Hon*ble Rai Harendra Nath Chaudhuri: That question does not 
arise because it relates to population as gjven in the census. 


Malda College 


[4-10—4.20 p.m.] 

11. (Admitted que.stion No. 435.) 8J. Ellas Razi: Will the Hon’ble 
Minister in charge of the Education Department be pleased to state — 

W W— 

(^) ^fsp^ am? usFm 'mx umj{ B.Sc. class cw wi 

(^) W'rRPRT SRI ^ ^eesfeCT R; 'W 



128 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20ju Feb., 


(^) ^ (^) Sir?r Jot 1^. srf»?s'sr^ fei 

c=to nf?r5is»^ ^rptori 

^5TO f^RT? 

The Hofi’ble Rai Harendra Nath Chautfhuri; ' 

W '.(^) ^ ^«fT3TO^ SfltW 

JTT 5V?n wr U ^ 2^ ?ni 

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Oismiesaf of security guards by Indian Iron St Steel Co., Bumpur, in 

May, 1957 

12. (Aflinitted queMtion No. 328.) SJ. Taher HossainS AVill ihe 
Hon’ble MiruMter in (•hur^»-e ot the T^rthour Deparimeiit he j)]ease(l to state — 

(a) w liether 11 secinil.v quaids ot Indian Iron & Steel (7),, Burninir 
Works, liave )»een dismisstd in the last week ot May, 1957, on 
the oharj?^* of organisinf*- a meeting in quailers No. 11 of the 
Seeuritv Barracdc on the 12th May, 1957; and 

(h) i( so, the reason therefor 

The Minister for Labour (the Hon’ble Abdus Sattar): i<i) Ye.. 

{h) The 11 security ^'•uanls were dis<diar^ed hy the M iUJiieneuit for 
orjji’ani'«.in^>' and lioldino- meetinjJTs in t)ie (‘ompanv's })ari‘ard«s ayainst their 
service coialitions. Tlieir cases were taken up toi rf)iK‘iliatio]i h\ the loe^j 
Conciliation Ottieer and stnen ot them Inne already hetm reinstated and' the 
reTuaining* four aie t‘xpeetetl to he taken hn<*k soon. 

Application of the provisions of Bengal Shops and Establishments Act, 

1940, on big commercial establishments at Daihausie Square, 

Calcutta 

13* (Admitted question No. 31(1.) Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 
(a) M'ill the Hon’hle Ministei in charge of the Labour Department be 
p]eiise<l to state whether Government are awai(‘ ot the faet that the owiier.'^ of 
a huge mimlMU of big etunmercinl establishments in the Dalhousie S(juare 
area of Caleiitta. do not observe the provisions of Bengal .Shop.s and Estab- 
lishimuits Act, 1940. and rules made theieunder with regaid to the hour.s of 
attendance of tlieir employees and require the employees tn wu)rk us long as 
they likey 

(h) if the answer to {it) be in the atiirmative, Avill the Hon’ble Minister 
be pleased to state what action, if any, has been taken or is propo.sed be 
taken by (iovernment in the matter P 

The Hon'blo Abdus SatUr: (a) There is no pruvisiou in the Bengal 
Shops and EstahlishmeutvS Act, 1940, by which the working hours in respect 
of the employees engaged in cfMumercial establishments can he controlled 
by this Government. 

(h) Does not arise. 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Roy: 

^5m#« •♦wh'w.i ^ ? 



1958^] 


questions and answers 


Tll« Hon’bte Abdus Sattar: St-Ctiou 8(1) oi ike Act only provides tor 
one and a halt days’ holiday in a week and unlike shops and establish meuts 
for public eutertaiiimeiit and auiuseiaeiit, no restrictions regarding work- 
ing hours of the employees of commercial establishments have bet*u laid 
down in this Act. 

Dr. Harayan Chandra Roy: 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

1 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Roy: 

If the answer be in the negative, 

The Hon*bte Abdus Sattar: 

i) ?|r5JTT»f ?rf^ ^ ^ I 

Or. Narayan Chandra Roy: 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: 

rt. 1 

Number of industrial disputes within Dum Dum area since 1SS5 

t4. (A.iimiicd (lue.siion Xo. dis ) 8j. Rabitra Mohan Roy: Will 

(he Ffoirhie Miiii'^icT in charge oj tic* Tvnboiir 1 )(‘pai ( Mieiil be pli-nsed to 
state-- 

'a\ !t()v\ many disputed (uses (d «litlerent factories in Ihiiii Dum during 
and ntdti-oT ha\e hi'cri relcrreil to the 1/ahoin Diiectorate 
tor conciliation; 

( // ) how many cases havi- l)eeii settled; 

(c) how many cases haye been reterred to the Tribunal; and 
{(I) liow many cases are remaining outstanding 

The Hon’ble Abdus Sattar: u/) No sejiarate figures in respect of Dum 
Dum only are available. This is only a pari of North Ualculta Region 
which includes ('ossipore and Haranagore (up to Dunloj) Dridge) besides 
Jluiii Dum. Figuiev for ilie entire North (’ahntta Itegion are given 
below — 

Numbei of ca-^es recei\ed. 

^ ^ ^ 

1950, 19i")(). 195? (up to tlie end o! October). 

(o) 879 774 953 

{h) 185 153 375 

(O 155 112 145 

id) 397 419 418 

S]. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

(fe) 

How many cases are remaining outstandii*g? 



ISO 


ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDIMOS 


[20th Feb., 


TIm Hon’iito AMus Sattar: 

TO ^ • 

Mr. Spaakar: Question time over. 

1 allowed the Hon’ble Chief Minister to make a statement tod^' because 
I considered it very important and I thought the House was entitled to be 
informed about it straightaway. Leave was asked for and was given, but 
not necessarily this is going to be a precedent. 

SJ. Jyoti Basu: 

VCH 

Mr. Spaakar. You are right. This was asked for and I allowed it 
because 1 thought it was a ver> important matter. Some members mav 
feel like going or some members may be interested to know facts about 
the tragedy and so on and that is why I allowed it. 

Debate on the motion of address in reply to Governor’s Speech. 

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z^l^^szzz 51?:^ •'iT^fsTi zzz wi^;) 

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134 


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[20th Feb., 


^sf 51^ asfai ^srsnnoT 

d!i?w ^ 2n:?n^ ac<?f ^sfrfsr ^\ tnfw ^ 

^ (iia^ acwija ^ 2[? vstTh^i ^ar m i 

iiJf w«n wm a^aaia ®R3 ^snf^ '«rH^ww asfa i 

ifirTOi aiai 'SiiC'Sfi >t^ic^^i ^^4iji®f 

'BrH) i vaij ausrij ^ijsj *RPr^ 'SO’TO 

C?Hlf^ I 

[440—4-50 p.iu.] 

Dr. Rtnendra Nath Sen: 

sn^a ’rsT'wr ?n®nnf?^4ni f»fy^ annR??[ ^ ai^cw\. 

^G\W I 

^nwi iias^'G iti aivcTra 3i*i 

I an^ ^ ph^ az^iw^. 

"i^mm m tan?; wfm zm -^ia a^r?ic^ ^ ^ ^ 7u\ ^\m 
aitfiTi?! a»aai^ i a^^eii, srn*^nf»^, 

^ aicat '^I'Gai to ^iia< ^ ^iz^, 

ar^TO ^??^aa^«ra z^m t»T«‘'^ ^to ta^ i 

cwt 5 >6 a^ fijfw^ cag;^ ^\j:^ irfxf>G z^%^ aaa^iraa ^ cat. trtc^'Q nt^ ai^^i 
>ia^ia ^snafca^ cat a*^fca^ ^Icna wTtrr? "^Faiaaa a-ca ^o'fc^ ^ncaa ar i ^i^acaa laan 
aai 5a~caaTca xftaa ^t^t to, caaica aaTOi^itt^^raiia ^aj aaaacaa 
ail? artaaai drai m f^aica ma. caaica, ^i^acc^. tac^ a^acsja 
a^a^ cacat ^®nc^ i caiJi ^^narcFa a^a^ca^ caia^aia ci^a^i a-cacs^a ? caaa 

ifin^itMa ajfat$, ^tar tacwi acoroa ^^cro a^a^^ “aa ca^a 

t&Ttrofata^ca^ to w ^ a;^ ^'©ar waaaa. aic^ tacwa arnica v£ia? c^to ai^ca 
cai^ i?C''i ^iTO vfla* s^^cro ava^ a*a ?x^ “area i "^wic'^a ^it^war®^ aa^-caa 
^ faro casia a^^ c^ wa ai. -Nstai 5^ ?pca aca ^c^ 1 

aa;;a tac®^ a^ai 1 aa^cat ®acaa ca ^nt 51 ta:^ a^a^ci^ acai fei arc^ \ 
aitaroi cat a^a^ci^ a;caTa taca Z5^ ^ac^ tos ansna to i fas^ 

a^a^S ca ^tait a;?®^ a^caewa, ca aMC*a TOaiC’ta aaa>ia 'iicaaica ^Hiala ?7a acaewa i 
caaa t^ai®? caarca ?ct4? ^a^t^ 1 \5tc^ sna *t;-t^ ^**1 ^cc^ t*aic^a a^^ciaa 1 to®? 
OTH CT-arara cac5 ^i^zm ' ac^n^ca ^lar ^t aa^^ ^-aia^a ^fwac^. arr. ^ 

awa aca ca’aica ^la a^§a ta^anac^aa ??i ta, ‘iia^ ta^viaci^aa ai ?^’6?na wai^a t^ 
^aas a^ca facaca 1 a;^aT^ vat tofto ^-aTaaa;ta afw aifaca^ fc®? aia. 
'^i?c*i cat FT-ararcaa acar ^rfF, ar® aro aca a^i^ tot a^ro aa 1 ^Taa. a^ Fiar ara 
araica to, ^ife, ar® aaa area ^la t®^ cros 1 TOwt vsa^ aaT^sra'^^^ a\a5 
ftraica c^’ar troca 1 caTOa '^laai ata facwal a; 5 Ta TOaa z^. caarca ‘^it^FaaiNar 
aaroa '^la araa^j twea 'iia>i^i arc^ 1 cai^i a?^ci>a acar Fca aico^ — ^aF 
ai^'^taan ^!a 'sracTO acai lU faaca caaa ^cira TOaa ta 1 

Mr. Speaker: 

arsfT^itwT aa, anaTOT 1 ^ 

Dr. Rinemlra Nath Sen: ^ ^ 

ar^^ntaaa at*f ai to, ai^aitaa*! aar cac^ TOa 1 ^laar c^scatwara 

Wm ariTO 1 ^TOia ^tto -^tta»a TOa caa i ctop. ‘ro^t 

^itcaaJT TOa tacaca, aart \ 



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136 


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ASSEilBLV PIWCEEDINGS 


[20th Feb., 


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C6Tr^, 3fn5f 5T?55pr^ ypsT:;^ ^c?ir^ ziuf^ STRi 

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l;RfTI fft'v^ 01 'Si^o] Wr< fvTff ^<I i ?lRr 

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kTO ^ ki FTRTF kOTT k 

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'Q im\ii m fe. 

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— b^(i(i >nc^ *^?t;f®ic^ 3 ;^ f«ty^ 

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ii|i(;fi Mif aaiiiiiiy- ni a dta ' «'.('>n;^ •:unil>iM ni naiiu-iN. 

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138 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20th Feb., 


OTTf ^ wi?r '^<3 ^5n*^ ^ wil^ ^ i i£i^ 

w ^f?RT=5i w^ <smm^ winw ^ 

'ff?iH sf^nf^, f^?*?r5n^W»T«6, a;nii?T 5ff?iH nfw vssi^ to»i? 

fer ^ z^ ^ I ^ i£i^ fwr ^ifi^ 

^\ TO wm ^ w §t^ fe?r— ^TTOT "sfOTT ^[fk i 

[5 — ')-]() p.in.j 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

W'wr sj 257 »f?ri sri?R*f?r fror^rtroRy Stoffe ^ 5P^rn©i^ 
?y[wiwRr ^«r ^[prmi, wm, }sh^ C5f«T^ 

f^*TTO?y TPOTT c^sf oJuI^qj^iTvs ^snc^ toc^?h, ^syrf^ c^ 5f^c*iT^ 

2P^ ferf^, TOR ^nt TOf ^ ®c?y^ I 

T<ps^J‘f*i 2f<Rf*T^ ^'Q?n?i ^snw ^ ^»nm^ 

TOf^^TR 3TR fltiR TOTC^ <ij^\ i 

wfT?r 1w3»r?r s;*^ tot ^?rT ®fTf5^ to ^ric^ ^>q ^ to 

"BfTC^ I CJf ttN ^ ? tot 3r^ TO ^ CfTTO 'TO CT^^fR T 

C^<f ?[? ^STTTO ^TTTO TOT fsfe? I ^ ST^ TOI*ITORT ^THTT 

^ fro^TO ?iOT 5T;;wT‘5r fror fro^ ^ to^t \5ttot 

W’fTOT ^ lii^^ 5n:«^ 5fic«wr TOT?y »ii5R to^ #f tor tot 

^fO w 

which may appear to be corrupt practice. 

TOf TO Sfe^ I ^snfsT TO^f6 ^^rr ^ cto^ "srmfR 

sH^ 3TTOy 5pfTO ?TO?[ TO C*rTOR m TO'WT 5X^5 fro I C^TTOT Wi v£}(?^ 
4n?^fBp*R ^n# "SR^TO 

a^V iuteriuediary may apply to the Government to collect the arrears* ot rent 
PtW^PT? TO’T ^*y^TOT H5:l5iieri^j ^ ITOF 5^'Q?IT TOfeT I TOIH 

wm;^ TO ^«y%fTOT to to ^ ^ i va^ri^ 

2n? ^0 5T^ ^TTO TO ^t?y i 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Chakravorty, so far as Burdwan is concerned T say 
nothiiij? but do not make a rash statement that benefit has not ]>een extended 
kj other party. It has been extended. 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

TOT? ?TO C»R TO:^ f^R, ^srr^ ^ sTT ayfvm?^ ^ i T ^fa> *I H ^SITT# 

TOT TO ^ W*=fW*0 ?TTO TO ??f?T TO 3RT hiU ^l'b ' >T*'c>IC*6? ?TO 

WflTO TOR. TO9T#? ^ ?Tt5^'Q?R TO ^^flirR C? vfl^ C?M?5^ ^ iJTTTHX^*^ 

TO 5TT 5in frog ^srrfsi ^fsr ?T^i5=j^ crop 5^?^ C'W— 

he is not to su^g-ost luit he is to obey. 

^ C>T l?f'8?T 5^, TO^T^CTO^ 1R?7RT?^ 

^TJfiTi^e? v£ic^ v£inf^f^»R vfiii# ^ 5TO ’R? TOT? f?i:?T?*ln^ crop sn^T^rl? 

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f?^ TO ^ SfT^4^ TO<! ^5TR?T SttIr— ??%R STOTTO C? StTvii f ra^ TO 

TOT i 5XB5 CTOn5?l 

W®1? JTt ??*RT?R? C? ?T^tOTT? q iPPS? ^ ?T? TO 2[?. C^Ti^ ^ 

CTO JJiTO ^a?t ^00-000 ?TO? '?;;?TTRi ?nm cro ^ 

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1958 .] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


139 


«RI5 I ^«(5 wrfJI WflW ®]5r «rF5*f <R(OT[ i 
^ ^ 2fPn? ^fRTs— 
with laodern equipment and amenities. 

^snfsr ^ sj;;^ 

^ c^. C>f^ C=RT 

^ ^ 5^ Strol 

M^l C^H 

wite of Dr. J. L. Sen, tleieased, re>idinj»: at No. 21 Mullen SUvet. 

m, W^T jy\ 

5frf$VTC?r^ ^fc^. 

2()tli May Il)r)4. 

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^57^ {:sf. 1557. CTR srr?iT 
2o(h December, 19o’>. 

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f?f373T tff57?:5T 

§)^T^ ^516^ ^ncM ^ cw c>tPRt ^srrr, ^5^? 

>T;f<sr3T mOT (RT ^;fwf <Tm. vffTtRT f^tfR5»0 ?nOT Cdf^ ^0-6-48 WT 
5iC?JCW ^T^T ^lil ^6,0^0 614- i yfl^ fw StflJ 08d< 

iRTTSTTO c?^ m ^ fif'cscij'd fsm^t i 

il?f 

Solicitor (ioTerument Solicitor Mitra and Mitra, o Hastinjrs Street. 

^(.A f'tWCStd I ^ISRfT 'Sr I Id vll’^Cd dl^, T^Td vfllJJT 

'^I’SWd Cd^ >tWdf4C^ Cd'QlfT ITCflDfl 

Mr. 8p6Sk6r: Mr. ( bakravorty, are all these pro[)ertie,s tree-hold or 
lease-hold Y 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: Lease-hold. 

I^Sf C5!i^ lij^TCd Tsrrfw sridid'^ 57^ ^isritj ^Rjrr 

CTT^ TO 57:5 W d7l SI^dSR ^ ifld^ d?lI9TITd5 SffsRl TO ^51^ 

I Cd wfsT^ ^SfRT? 

Mr, Spaakor: Yon have jrot a certified co}>y. Yon will be good enough 
to an-^wer me. I am also a member of the House. 1 am just asking yon 
aboni the .suliject matter of the .sale. Was it meiel\ reversionary or a 
fref’-hrdd ? 

8j. Jyoti Basu: 

fes -STT-tlfd ^ <C<TOd ? 

Mr. 8peaker: 1 am jn^t eliciting a little informat ir»n. 

8j. ilyoti Basu: Mli\ ? 

C^Pd ^5■Cddd fzfd fddTOd. hrfd a»d 

tRPd g»d ' 

Mr. Speaker: Certainly T have not Ntopped him. 1 asked him if it is 
a leaHe-hoid pnqtert.\ . I did not stop Mr. Chakravorty from raying any- 
thing that he wishes to. So long as it is not imprr»[>er he ha.s a right to 



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ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINGS 


[20tii Feb., 


Kuy unytliiiiji: that he wishes to and I* have taken the precaution of fiiidini* 
out tliat he has a certified copy in his hand. Tfie only thing I wauled to 
ktiovv without tr\ing to interrupt him, sitice he lias a certified copy in his 
Jiaiid, is \\Jj<*ther i1 a lease-liofd proj)erty or a tree-liold propeity. li 
he is ca})ahle ot tjnswering that question lie ina\ df) so; if he does not vvi'sh 
to answer, J shall not force him. ^ 

Sji BiJOy Singh Nahar: Sjr, lie i'^ making a .Npoech whicdi is noi at idl 
ndevaiit. He attacking the iiidiAidual conduct ol a mci.iher in (iiv. 
cliiii'ge of liis dulr. 

MTi SpeaHer: I may ttdl \ou, Mi. Nali.o, that till* pu<it)an i> p(o tartly 
clear. According to Itim carlain lueniherN of tlm ( lovat ument ;na cni*ty 
oi corrupt jiractice. That is what he is tryifio (o ,sii\. iJjarc mav l-a tm 
justification w’hiitso(‘ver ; on tin* otlier hand, then* ni:i\ Ita iustificat nuj foi 
it. Since he has got a cojiy, perhaps a woid of e\])lauatinn ijj-ay ha m'adad, 
and that is tin* very nuison wliy i ])ut that (jnesljon to Mi'. Chakra voify 
v\]io is hy no means a iawyci and a^ such In* ma\ mislaad himselt; ti ii 
Mr. (diakra vorty ha<l not (liosen to answei me. II In* had d-me it, I would 
Jiav(* been liapp.s. Jf r harg(*s an* made against a' \ iiid!\ ideal iiaoiiha:. 
surely the luenihai' conccined will aUswei- it hack. 

8j. Bijoy Singh Nahar; He iias not got tin* <lo( (iitK‘iil *^\'e!i. 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

sn7R*f?i 

^ twi i m 

^ I fzU i 

I : 

V>. (\ Eoy Polio-clinic for Crippled Childraii 

®??tt <v,^ JTPT'it? >]? ir/n 

v£i^? c-k qo: G'pt-. 

Of<j!?IT <tbU^n 

3jrT?ff?OTq*f m pr-^t pj 

bTPI^ ?TPI TItPI p^?r[ 

fc^Pfl BT^ m. 

JC (h Boy Polio-alinia for Crijqdad Children 

w): otcw -wtw 

^ ^ ^ pfr 

f?C?fepR JtT I PI i - 

v£i ?T^5r©Tt:< ^ 71^:71 

PI ^rtffTO^iPT pT^npi ^ 7nr<t z^'^- z^fiz^ fe?j 

^Ttc7TPT»f?t W?t sn^^nnwfl. 

^iTT-^wo?^ ypTCBPi ^ t 

>nT?. srpi TfpifT 5ir^ jti ?pi i!^?npT 

^.55 1 'Ml Til <c«^T 4 p «f?rf^f»TR jnp ^ tAj? Ttipf?! 's^fppr 

OT57 WSIW^ ^ Tr’TSR 

(Yirrupfton — Tf it ap]>ears to he n conui>finu. 

^ ?PI I ^tTti Tq^itR f5?ra 



]958.1 PEKSOiNAL EXPLAAATIOA BY THE CHIEF MINISTFK 141 


^5C?pn^ \ r,^ w* effect 

1 ^ r*T^::s^ :^o.i: csj >^b(iOc i:yi^ 

ChI ^«t I?I v£)TO^, c>if 

^ ^nri^ ?ni ?7 j ^'<wrri t?]^ 

?R U ii^v in ^j'T^'R E^i R tr >iC’'^i 

'^1^:51 ^ I 'shtsi >f??:»iRrTT ^ra^rri ! 

Personal explanation by the Hon’ble Chief Minister 
The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: ( In a mat f« i <*f prr siia.il 

• '\|il!ina1io)j. Sir I wiW ”jvn )ii\ lull U'pl\ \\l)t*n 1 will it*j'!\ to liiii). Itut 
1ul lUd pMUl'- tii.ii lit' )i,i'' Mi't'd 1 will p'\(’ an auswe* ii*' Tin' Iiimiv' 

.No. 'J| M’JlCIl StlOiM W.lv J.IIK ' .Isi'd tliUl! lil*' II I . till', il. in lM-.UMtU*l' ( ' 

O’ FM7 dill' lioU''n w li ( li Ih’Ioiilo'i) it* Mi. Sulmn.i! Ivm\ v*. I' pini! .’n'‘.I 
'^onif'tom* i;j Id-Fo T'.f l.dnl 1 !m\(> pU'i'lM'-otl m Id’il. Tlu- 

(tnidilnui V dll tlif II i]!du'«l h.in J n-'iir.iiirt* ('<tmpjin\ wii^ tli.d wi* will 
] iiir (‘hast' tills pj(pn‘i1\ 'uliu'cl 1o <in Jiunual itoit Im’Oi;^ p.!_\ iI Ic In tin’ 

Nlaliaraja id Butdwilli wlio uas tiic laudlottl. and alter I iia.I puta Inise I a 

land in Plod T aiijiroai lu'd Ihe Maliar.tja (d Hunhvan’' law\ey tlirmipli ni\ 
Sednoloi s. Me'si* Mitli'i v.'i. Mit1i*i an<l (lu*_\ aiiaiiLfed tlnit the Maliarn' 

W’dl lie paid nwiilv turn's tlie K'lital tltat \\.i' lieinu paid f i the aoid 
'f he ai teal owiit'ishni pa'srd tinin the ha'-ds tif the 1 1 itidU'* ' tl In-iri'e' 
( ‘(ijjiiiaiiv t(i tilt' iliit'e iiailn's, An aefi'enietil was made wI i i ('ehnie' -ii 
was ali\t*, 1 lie atfu.il ree isi j a 1 1< in w.is thme allei 1 h ‘d paid ll'e 
HiJiilusthan liisuiama' C'o lot niv projx'ity and all the lliTet' ])roj)eiti*s 

weo'^imide liee-lndd and to! that IN ! IKMI w .|s p.iul It i- n ♦ t.n (ho hi d 

list'll M\ liieiid there is n.\ine n, < hmd the jssm* as it tin' winde propfo I v 

w »' r.\e pUM'liasi d at IN 1.0i)0 pel (ottah It is a iiiistaKeu. a [neve'se 

lhiny to do I have heard ]*apeis I, 'M‘ pass^el on Ironi 'Ojo t'iend i;' llo' 

Asseiiihlv In Ml (diakiahorty toi his sjn',.rh. 

A\'iili tee-aid to tlie ntln i matter that he has raised, ininieh'. Hr. B. (h IFh 
I’oho-cli me tor erijijileii ehihlien, it also itapp.'iied liiat I am an unt ort u la I e 
Jiejsdii 111 wlioso name the INdio-elinie was eslaldjslied. I hlioW mitlline 
ahout it. I Know nolliiiio .iliout tin* (ifoernine Bods as t . who is the 

( hamiian. laws tht'\ pnirhased tin* })ioiK*ip\. when* did the\ ..et tlie man. ’, 
tomi. 1 lune iiad no . oneein with it <tid\ 1 found llm-t thete vsiis , 

heht hetween the memheis nt the t ios er mntf' Body and the jiroperM 'v 

eoin^ to ln|Uidatio’ . I asked tl'e Med*eal l)e(>;ti i menl to empiiK* into liie 
ni.itiei and take it osei. Tl.e dittertoit |Uoniotei sy ol that eoma'j a vsent up 
to ttie Hi^jh ('otllt. ei'eated a hp ol Ijoulde. KsenliialK lie' troseimmiit 

of Bene-al has taken it ovei . B-nnner tliat I have nothin:.’ i > do exeep'ioie 
tfmt niy name is tliere. It ley fi’e’id thinks that tins is ,( eniupt pjaeii. - 
to have in\ name there, I am prepaii'd to witlnlraw m,\ n.na I rlo huy 
that let them (-ertainlv sliow wheje tlie (‘ori ujd ion lies. W >■ know aF«> 

'ery maiiv thiecs lliat are liapjienin^r on ilie other side aNo lail I da not 

w'int to dilate on tliem, I d«» not want to take tlie personai tn*' in ijiies- 

torn witen 'sou are tidkiue of toe- th’ue-s like (iosernot's so.- eh and di''- 
eussin^r the pndderus ot the jnosime itself. t’ertaiiils he has wMif! Mona*. 

tiiiim ahout lie* money sshiefi svas paid to tin' Mnliarata '*} Burrlssan 1oi 
the property whieli sve h.is'e j>urehas<’d as wadi as !te has s.ij] nmiethinj^ 
almut another thin;/ he lias raised. Tlo'se j.oints 1 will answer wlien 



U2 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20th Feb., 


I am giving the reply. My personal explanation is that it is an absoliue 
lie to say that I have purchased a property from the late Maharaja of 
Bunlwan. 

8j. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: T iet there be an enquiry coiiiiuittee. 

The Hon’ble Ort Bidhan Chandra Roy: My friend may enquire till his 
(leafil but he will not find anything more. 

[At this stage the Hou^e was adjourned for lo minutes.] 

[ A ftcr (id jo u rn men t . ] 

1,0-115 — 5-45 p.ni.j 

Debate on the motion of address in reply to Governor’s speech 

(Mr, Speaker called the names of Sj. Tarapada Chowdhuiy, Sj. Nepal Koy 
and Sj. Bijoy Lai f!hatterjee none of whom was present in the 
House.] 

Mr. Speaker: Before I call on Sj. Hare Krishna Konar to speak, I 
must make an observutiem. It is most impro]>er on the part of aiiv 
honourable member not to he present if he %vishes to speak. I take it 
that it is not only an insult to tlie Chair which I have the privilege to '^it 
on but it is most insulting, 1 take it, to the other members as well. 
Everybody should make it a point to be here in due time. If I arn expected 
to he here wdth the sroke of the hour, 1 would expect everybody to be 
here at the stroke of the hour. Hereafter I will just omit their names. 

SJ. ilyoti Basu: 

•TI^ i 

Mr. Speaker. My remarks are not tor one side only but they are meant 
for all. 

SJ. ilyoti Basu: 

•TT5I •$klT •?! »TT^ 1 

I 

Mr. Speaker: i have taken note of that. 

SJ. ilyoti Basu: 

C'JsW I 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Ba.su, the Treasury Benches do not enjoy greater 
privileges here than any other member. 

SJ. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

TO ^ 

'wrC>T'lWfi1 I 

Mr, Speaker: The i)o{nt is that you have to face the consecjuence. 
You have o])enl^ charged him with ccwruptiou — with corrupt practice and 
in answer to that charge he has said it is a lying charge or a false charge. 
It is legitimate. 

SJ. Bankim Mukherjee: ^ 

^rT?r. ^ i 

Mr, Speaker: However, I will check it up. But I think it you ^'all 
me a thief, I can certainly say it is a lie. 



1958.1 


DEBATES OX GOVEHXOirS SPEECH 


143 


Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: In place of lie one should suy 

"‘terminological inexactitude'’. 

Mfa Speaker: 1 eiitirel\ agree with you that it is not proper to use 
that \^ord according to May’s Parliamentary Practice. Put it you accuse 
me» for exam])ie, saying that Mr. Sankar i)as Ihiuerjee was found <lrunk 
and reeling in trout of the Council, I can say it is a lie — it is a gross lie. 

8j. Bankim Mukherjee: Y on have to sa\ it in a parliamentary way 
wliatever may he your sentiment. 

Mr. Speaker: IIowe\er. I shall check it up. 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

^ 

?n ^ c^, cro 

tmm 

Mrt Speaker: Mr. Chakravorty, you need have no apprehension on 
that score. Mr. Banerjee knows the prestige of the chair on wdiich he sits 
and he knows to control all irrespective of the position and Mr. Banerjee 
needs no reminder on that point. 

[At this stage Sj. Itijoylal Chatterjee rose and a[)ologised. ] 

Mr. Chatterjee, 1 accejil your apology. But it is only fair and proper for 
the members to think that when 1 say that I adjourn the House for lo 
juiuutes I mean every time that 1 adjourn it for lo minutes and not ItJ 
minutes. It I cun take the trouble of coming here juinctually at the 
appointed hour, I exjieoi every member to do it. 

* Sj. Hare Krishna Konar: 

5W?i, 37WTnM m ^'T ^ 

1 

<Tn 5TTO?^ WTT'«r< ^ 

^ ^ ^ 
^ I "SOW w, jttoii 

I 'wm 

^5ifijr^»TR^ TOT ^ ^ r.^ 

liOige scale relief troni thi- vci\ hcyinnimr tU tlo* next \ear will hi* nec.esr.ai y 
to relieve the distress caU'^i'd hv agriculi nral deficit. 

^str:^ C^. OT 

^ f^T5r?»pr^ ?ntsr uf 

iJ^^TT ^<3?T?C7f«F m ^ §C*WI I 

^'7?Ty[??Pu ht?T w ?ri:5»tf!?ctfi7T 1 isnfsi 

few'll 5T^. lf;’-feT SICT ?"<1i TO 5^ 

^ sir^ fv5r3=PTto «n?TO to ^ jrt i 

OT ?rT^'mCTO CJT TOCHT tTJTR qJTO SOSW I 



144 


ASSEMBLY PKOCEEBINGS 


[20'iii Fe»., 


hU 4«fT Mm ^ iws f»wf f*f 

I ^ Tm wm mm U^i¥^ 

5TOI vfl^ SPOT ^‘C'ST^^R W 5T5n*fR 4 ^(.s£> >iJ*il‘t^*'iJ sflfe G 

rsTsiw sf5;«T OT, ^TWi tot wi ^'t?n cto srtfe 

U 3fT H ^ \ 

;nOT^ 5iOT?f, ert", •ii'^R stp^; TO’^trtt^ 

im srcm if;?*^T c^«[! 

‘?Tf?r COTf^ ^ m &»C6i?i ^if 1;^^* loo sot ott:^ 

wm c^’JT 5i;w ?Pi 

51^on W^]?I i&fiRT ?I«Tm I 


[-j-4''> — 5-55 p.m.] 

'^TCOT "ifof^ f'^TTi' JRl ^^>5 ^nC^ "Sin^ ota*^ ztOf^ <11^Ci‘* ' 

“i?^§5pnR” mm to ^ 

<»ff!!4T “^Wf^TSr^, 

s);;f»f%=!ntf. ■sA^r k ^TSf??is 'ntr^" 

5?^’«T ??Pi5p^ WT»f ^C?TC^?I i:ia' 0!'<] ?;s>5>i^l 

^»TOT S^TWl?r COT5 iJ^OT 'G^OT ^ 

7f33sp§ I ^ f?R:nTif mj ^ot 

efTOT? csmr #toiwi toot hw:^ ^c^* 

nT?m ?n 1 ‘‘?p^§>rsTO’'^?T ^St'G c«t^ im\ u^, c^7Tn smfec^ 

?PfTOOT ?7T w OTCf c^''^ w::^ w.^% ^iro^f 

TO c^T?! f^.f^ 7:^t^ I CT OT5 Ti 

*■^*[^ 1 ^ 2 OT^ '3T^OT?I '^-?I'COT 1 ii 3 ^<!|>fj*jj t^fOTOT 

w<sfT r^ 5jpr. TO[ ^tto^ m\ sotot i ^U 

^ ittotIttt ^sfpr?T in^-ror w ot^ fOTtOT izz u: 1 ^] m 

ftP^TT^ Cif'GTTT TO^ffc 2P5;^FI'5^ COT :i^»I?I 

' 8 *OT-“'^C^ OTH? TOT=T* TO^TTSfl ^ TOC^ I ^OTTT^ ^ ®T^ §5T WT 

WRTC*^ VlT'jf'i OTJ I Tvil^vtil^ TfSPI <ei) 15 ^ b* '^*’4» >^, '^I'OT <ail 

w ^ I TOT?f srra*Nn tot*^ !?i Tott^ ^cscot rfr^n m m ^ 

WF 80 JTrSfRT ^ Vllt^f^ SOTT I Rn i^. ;^'!^ ^OTS <5s1i 5TS^ S7I 

OT R §?T TO I ?T^. fro^T Wto ( SJ^TIJOT' 

TO r^PTT:?? f?fT?^ Tottot >6 ?7r '^-r^ fOT?:OT tvrz 7''f’OTi:OT 

TO%7T?T "SITOT TO mx >|1TO?I TO TO Ob’ W 

(s(i S5TOT ^ ^srOT% TOH^ rr:»t?n Tt? totto tt otJ 0 :^ 

(i<v TOT?r ^ to i froiTTf ^ w to 

5T5^ I r*f^ ^fC*5 4 !>»T ^’PfsF^ ^®fT S^T^ I 

ij^ ?r^ f5fTO^ fro 

mm ^WfCOT JTT ^ 5J5TOOT- gygr TO Tg * !??^^ ^'Q^ITO ?lf?rF 

^ 5T*RP?T ^T^piPPT ^FTOT <3 ^ ITP^T?! ^n?fCOT ^^.®1 

TO TO^T OTOT ^srnrar ^^froi cto" to ^toot 

softer W5TTTO rr \ sjto w to?^ i frorifl-w 

CTO , WTO TOCOT nr snrpfOT «r? ^to=?j wfim cro fro fto stt- 
ww*Ri froro *fTfTO3T TOj isim tosi ^>fim ^s-to^t 



1958*1 


DEBATES ON (KA EBNOirs .SBEKCH 


145 


CT ^ ^ntsf ^5n^«r 

^C®J0R SRI •?? ^ C^Hl ^ 1>J^C?1 blW^ •r‘& ^OT, '^‘fsT- 

«ri^R <3 TOT Sw vfl^< W5<M«V(T R <nw SRI 

IJWCH ^ cc?i^ I ^ tnrcs’f r tot »r;<fi 

■kH^ I ^J5>68 TOffl W 5RTT m ^y MiffiR SHU 

0 <11^ wfsr t ^J5>(ii> 3TTC^ TO TOS otI 2n?l 8 

v£i^ ^'•1 CC^fer I WS<i ^;5>(i8 TOT C^TOT C^ ^ WT 

S^^TTfR ^C?rfeT C^TOT ^k>(5ilj TOT ^b- ^’ifl 

^•^npfR ^TOf 53 tc?t ^ I h»iR?i «i;:^ 

C?ITOT ^ ^ affair UfJ^^ to ill^TC^TJ z^m 

5?::? 1 TOf ^RTWSJ ^ ^r^TC^J? W CTOfWT 

jj^cf f^ I ^6TC^ iTT snw 

C^Tl; C^l><!i4'^ 2[?r '$7TOT SIC^4 C®TTTOP JTC^ i «T?I (io 

^^TOR; bWT Ito ^'C^T C^ITOT CTOI^ 5T5:«T I 

r^c^ ;fl| ?RJ5[ ^:?I CTOIWr ?IT?r in I (?f^I TO cn TORI nf? 

^nw.^ ^ ^n«to?i nm fsrfirn^ ^51*^^: 

TOTT TO I cn cnc^. to?i 

CTO^ iiTO? i:^ nrr^. cn nrc^ ^iicj'^r^'r C'^“t n^craR "i‘Tc~^ nice?! 
•m 5T^ ^ TOn TO -^5 TO^ I :>!a?vi $fni TO 

R. -TO TO oWl^ ^-snn ^*1? il'i^ >R 

ntfr w ^sj<n S^ni^R nr^in <^v, 5?i^t 
r^ ^ Z7:r,.t TO n;f^ nr i to v^r? cn c^t^i tocif 

^ m<TT ^ TO ? Tm >WTTO?I ni^cjl 2eC<. 

RCRn ^ mi I iR ^1^^ w c«r:^ cn U% fTO 

to <TO I TO^ ^ w?n nfn nr to Dt ^Rti ni -siiirr 

PI5: TO ^iRnT?n nisFiTO ^TOn nr n'iT;TO5^ cn f<s to 

ntonn > 15UT^ TOtom cn, ^T3t;n, i^Ri <j dfC'^ <3^1?! TO OT 

fto iR? fn:rrTO z^' ^ f<j: ii: 'ui TOm 

iRTO?u 'TO? toiT 'ii^ ?7^iT? r<ti,T?T ni’W TO^n nf. “t;?; cn^'- 

'Stt^ fTO f^f?:sR smsTO^ {Rpin? -^rtoiTn^ i ^ ot ^ci c? 

^?Tto ^iT? R? topf fetoc*f? sn^rfiJ c^pc^r 5 ct nn:^ 5Pf^ 

^ JfR ?r 5T?1 ?TI PTO PTTOT to TO I 0 SITPI TO ?^r 

^ritoi ! fro to^c? to >r$c^ to? 

^iTO r^m - ^5T 9r»if.TO5 -^rto fra?:m 

5TOT srsvi c?^^f ZT?T ??»t1 TOf rfTORI ^ITO* ?fif<3 'K?>TO bTC'^. ‘?TOrT- 
fT^^ 7R^[? to:^ tori ?t?i toc^ ^T'G ^iito 

R to^ &?TOR? 3?^? fto to?i s'fi 5ir OTn:3T ?t?s1 
^5T? ^ ^ JT" TOS'^f qct TRTT CTO" TOi ?TO ’ »r;?; tot? to n?r, 

‘totorR’ toro <Tto cn cntoc^ 'si ?^?v i irrT 

top? to torro pi ?«r toc^ pt^ to? ??r? i 3l?T ‘Jii to ?3tc«r cn, 
TO?T R?rTOC^ RC? TOR( fro wo *R ?T«i? ii?? TO?T 

?o c?^r^ c^fppTTJT mr^ si? cue? c?*i^ ^nwfz?i ^c? wc?^ c?to 

3TT« TO TO?rr ^ toto TO ( ^ ^ "rtoprn?” TOG ?90R W 

o '?T?:^ nr I TO? Jf m rto? ?r so to cco toro c^to to ?c? 
?TOi^ ys?? to^fw TO CTOf ?nT TO to^. TO?T? tor^ OT5!R SfT ! 



m 


ASSEMBLY PKGCEEDINGS 


[20th Feb., 

^ ^ w, fiw snfwc'RT ^ttot c^p^K^m 

w»rt $m sBPBTWf nF?pr jh, ^le^iw c*^wT>iTi5 rjw c*f^ COTim 

35f*f ^BnUTDBf 3!WRJ 5M 'fT'® ^anw l?f^ ;j] 3 f 

TO cOTRTi ^ TO f^,,TO «i:; 5 Tw to 

TOm TO ? ^BTTO ^ TO ^ sni 5 ??r?? toto to 

TOCf I TOf'® ^TO W ^ CTOS ijl^ TOiC5 ’TO 

^TO TO ^JTRl TO C*TO TOP^'® TO'^^I ^ TO? ^ I ^ ^ TOR?! 

<TOH W TO 8 ^ TO trow C^ CTO “STOR TO TO CTORI 

^ * . fww^n ^ ^0 c^ CTO JH CTO ? sq ^ic^ c^rro 

TOJ 6iTO C^TO ^ ^ CTO ; CW^fT TO?r TO V5BI TO*^ 2[C55 TOl ^^ffTT- 

0 C^lW ^H,^TO ^t^TTO TOT ^1>I^I TOffTOW C^ 8 CTOs (i ^ TO ^TOT?n 
?TO?T vU3^^ TTOT ^0 C^ ^ TO fro frof CJT^liJ CTOT TO*^ TO ^Tl t 

vUfBr TO*^ TO ^TT vfl^TOT C^ ^RTTO TO J^T C^ST TO^ TOT CTO 1 TOTO 

TO l?l 5I57TOCTO TO:;^ I 

c^P*0 c^fc^ ’anroi TO TO v^ ^roc**? sttoI^t tofttot sirorar ^ c isic^h c^ 

^ ^ ^ ^ ‘ ^STRTCTO TO5 C^ 5I^TO 

TOT WvRF W 6 ^^^^ TOC^ JJi ?TO ter?! C^»t 1 ’sriTOT TO 5 n t?F?JT 

^ CTO^ TOf ^ »riv TO I froj cro c^r^ toc^ ?n ? f^< i 

C^TOJ? C2frf^®?r TOTR f^T, fjiTCTOT l?TTO5T ^^i^ffnCTOC^ sfi^^TO TOCi?! CTO?T 
C^fTO^T TO 7U TOl^ TO ^ TO TOTO ®RT 5 i! ^r|^ ; HT ^TWTTOTO 

TOC»^ CTO TO TO fJTI m?X] C?^ TO C^ C^TO 

TOC^nf^f® C5TO TOC**T ^«fT TO TOOT I STFR^ OTTTOTO TOC*T TO 
TOOT m :& TOTO ^fmit^ CTOTO CWTTO COT CTO ^ ^ CTO ^ 

TO^^ I ’SnfsT wsm C^TO C5FTOCTO TO5 Wm \ >\\ To C?l ^?r OTT 
TOIPJT ^OT f^? C^TO W? TO^^ ^ CTO DTOTO OT CW®?T CW^T C^? 
CTOPITO ^ CSf^^pi^T C?rTO V^'Qjn ^ ^? 7^^f C^TO 

0^ im sm^ TO 4 ciTft^oi c^tto cto m c'f®?n -nm^ ^ vi^ ? cWk ^<51 

BH^ C*f^ TO C^? ^tR® J!PTO® TTTOT Sim m CSf®?n TOB5 I TO CTO CTO 

TOT COT wfswl 5 Tm C*f®?rT TOI. TO[T<J TO TOOT 

^ 5TT I ispifS W ^ J5) 5[TTO CWTTO COT m fTO«T TO I ^TO 

TOITT OTT S1K;OT CTOT?I ^'T*lsiT OTT I 

[5-55 — 0-5 p.iii.] 

^ OT*ra w*n TOf w ww uf? ?ita 5 ??i 'si ffw*Bi armw^i ^spsp^ 
JFsn jRPTORr sw ?i^. ^siron «ito .ii!i? f?i^ 5ffsi^ smn 
?w*ira. 'StNiwo ^VTOf Tm<ic»H “Wsto •'wr jr i^uv”, sto 

3 *TTOTO — 

“(}pTierou« issue of affricultnral loans to the onltivators before April-Mav 
mil be necessary.” 

WHitn.i t»r R CTS 13 .atTOra ?ni;gg?! s.!!>(Hj-<tq jncira 
>m yfwi CT'gg T TOit f*i. ^i&ftq-dv jtct ^ t^nf^ ov> »w fro we?n ?t 5 W, 'sntt 
iwini <«ii-t ’¥?rf ?t?CT *nr tio *w jr'jjcto ot$ ^ppt ?Rn*f cstr 

swro iumPBim Kwt «.o »w fm ^fw*! ^nrs: 5 ? r^nfS ^ jipn 

8 inont raid 'sm jhwiWjt xrmift) «w ^jn jriw as^ rrm infOT-rs siw 
^W! ^o •90 fw $WRi w 1 W W'O^ ifTia ? at? wn ?ir w^iiaw 



DEBATES ON GOVERxNOR’S SPEECH 


147 


1958,1 ^ 


iijfsppwii ufm zm m, mm m\- 

sjTO ^ mj m ^ ^ frf^ tarciR i cw 

Ww ^ MepF-^A?! i cw 4C4 C^®i ot 

TOjaTsrt srm^^ z^ Ww-vn^i m Kijr^ m; c«it^ tw 

I ill “c»^§5rsnR”, w «TOr 

C*tW, vsIC^ 5l?rf*fC4' CS*$ Ww *tn4in t 

’5?Vf5 1^141 ^Wdl^HI ? •?!, CbC^l CbCi'6 ^ • 

C^l’TOT ^TIW §PF1 W»5r W^fTW ^r2?TO'6 0 

rots 0\f W ^RIPW W JTRIC^, ^^Z^ ^1'SIC?! C5NT^ SIW ^ C¥rf4 ^8 W 
<T5T^ ^41 ’^51? ^5 ^1**^ t'felfi ’SR i)n?FT&^-il IxR'©^ 51!^ 

C5n$ $PFBI Ww-vA OT ^jO ffW SPFT, '»l'®<JlllAA TOR'S ^ 

z^ f^jfspp c^ ^ W'©?n ?rc®i ^ wiTS, ^o 

^ *TOT ^ t4lTiJ OJa §r?T?[ TOR ^ l *njRi[ ^ SJTRT?r il?!^ AWT 

^smzm ^ >rTf61^S 7Q?r^ m f^ow, zm^ zmm i 

W?<fH*i^fi[?r CW^TRI ^IT^SIW^ Alf^ i^l'SrlA ^lI51^C<Fl5 ^JRTT 5TOT5 I 'QCIPS 

m wi?rt ^ OTW I ^ zmm w 

zsfiH^^-^QM wmm z^ ^ 2rww i wir ;& 

5FT<9A A*^ <3 A‘'V5WRI ’V«T S||W|C?1^ SRT ^ 'S ACR^ TOH Cffl^ 

5WW I A*WAA ^ ^FTACAA SRT^ W;;^ AA; CSFTRS ^FAl 5TOA I AfA AT^R 

?TW *?!. ACWfA ^AI C3FT^ I ^^ATA AT5RTA ^ *lj4CR CA^I 

ATci 5F1W5 ta CTR^ ^sHRAs Kfj^ RAi:^ W31 ?n, iw; ATW snifR ^ 

WS?r[ AT I SWiWA tsfWRT R5AWI A51T J^T AirfSrPil^ srfimA W<3A1 

5WW, ^ zm\ A lff 'S r T Rto fe«Al ^RW( ^ir^R W WA^T SJlATW^ ^ ^WCA*TA 
AT •AW 'SHAAT ^FRWT, ’STTATWA rSTF >iiT(n*Pt4tJ S^wl 'R^AC^ 5W 1 'STltA 

W ^^fATAT SliSr^ W*T7^ WTjf’S^WFA A^AIA^A ’TOIWA ’SR»TP©1A1 

^FW ^WWA I RTWT^fTW?( '61 AW ATWl S f^f^PF A^?At^ A^W BIAACAA 

3TT5TA1 CA'G?rT ^C55 ^ ’STR t>ll'»IAT ^jfA v^ WT liJTOA 

rSFATA I ’STIATA vHA^ATA ?Af^t^ WTA WCA^ AT S|T6«61 ^ZVZk 6It6 A5TA W »AW 
WIF WAR i*;;?^! A^W CACA WSAT roiW; 'flZ A^ STO ATS wpz^ 

aW§ Wi^K A5WWA I i)AS^ i:^ WACA5TA Z^^ I ^ 

‘AIs ^AT A^TWT. a *6^ a I Ai^AWA AT, 6!w^ AT A^CA ATATA ’ST sIaI ATCT^A I UlA^ 
^nfA t®fWIAT RpfA ^ 4 ?aT|jA CAAA ^AI fAW ^AT 5ZAW ? CAAA T>i*AP4 T^ 

CAR CA'QAT 5CAW ? tlV^WAK^ fAW AT A»CAC5?A 61'^ A^CA ATWH. TTR CA**T*t 

^RfWA AT I »f;A; 61^ AA. A5TT ^f^<*T ZmK^ AsfA^ ARH RTA, A^TJATO ?RT 
^ I ^ W§^(X) fAATAATA; A^TWA CA W^RTAO ?FAT 5W I OT^ATA; ATORA, AT, AT, 
^ »r;A; ftfCA AIAR 3OT I OT^AA T5?tAAS ^ 5^, A^fATA 

^ I CAn^ATA^ AIWA S wfACA W§< 5CA f^fCTO "SIAb ‘STT^ WR 

AA^ATA AiTaTiJ A^ATA toJt y? fA I A5RA S^fCAA A^W^ i\CT>I Sr'Am^j, WATCA 

feHfAS»RvflA ^ CWTCA IPF^WATA, AAP^ fAAA ^KZSZm WTAWA 5TO 

ATATS^ 5R *W ^fT^FTAA ^ SiT^ RATCA A^W^' ATAPFf ^ ^ ^ 

^ACAA AT51AT •6 >*^CAlT'tl6l CA'SAT JTW? ! »T5tATfTOT 'AT'QAT ATA AT I ATTA. 

^lAlA 3TAA vflCAW ; ^5nfA "T^A; WfW ATOJ l?l^ CA Afjf FfA^FTA ACA ^ 

*JTWR W ’SIWFA ftr^HA f?CA, ART AASRA WT AW. AlA^AW f*?CA ArTTAATAT ^A 
Z?m ’TfAWA— V5T niACAA AT I ACA ATAI ^nf^FTA ATWFA ATA;;A SVTWA TOA WWOT OJA? 
-i}'© aCA APAT ifAATA W A^ACA fAA^ WA ^ ACA tijfOT^ tifiAT ^T t**HAH A?i; 



ASSEMiJLV i'KOi KKlUXGS 


[20th Feb., 


Ms 

^ cifTO ijs^ c»nwHrt ^ wpfi "nw- 

ym to fTOc^ i ^ sre^r «n5c^ CT i i^fxcNg ^ c^ro 

nrc^f, ^9TRi stkjiiot 5m mwr ot?! fro ^ tor ^nror 5 tor w^r?5t 
»5C< 5i7f ^Ric^ I ^{ws irK;^ ^ to tot ^ i toto C5m tot 
^rtro 8f5 ^ TOT 45^ OTT 5RI OTT ^tSfR'Q TO TO I >^5; ^^RTOT TOPf^T 
C5 ^iT «iTTO MmS\ 5;;5Pn5 5 ^ 1 ^srrfsr jsp^cspt c5^w cto 

CTO C5I*5T5 TOfm BTCm OTTOT 51^ nT'G^R TO5 5TT, TOT ^st5T <ij^ 5T^T 

TO TOTCIRI TOfT5 Sf^TI ^T^H^C>l*l5c<^ 5f*f 5T*n mR ^ITO 

5TWC^ 5t5R 5IC5 I ^f JR JT’CST 5T^oTO*f ii}#T ^T^STTm 5i;;;C’5rsii’5^ iSC^ ?t^^TC5 1 

8J. Nepal Ray: 

^*J7^ SI^»R, SIRJtI? ^TSfl-pfllmsT, 

[i| tor: ^lerJ-WT 55T;5TI] 

^ I 5IWJ*^»T ^ TOC«r5 ^ ^TRITO ^RTTO C'fTO TO I TO TOC«I 
TO5J 5y«rT^ C5T^ ; TO*? 5?«R 3Pf5TO5 ^51^ <^ 

^nro f?T C3T TO'Q ^jto i fTO tijTOi ^gcs^ ?toc^ pi to 

TOIC^flT 5 * 5 ; il5^ TOT CTOR PI TO*^*!^ TOP^T W; f*l I 

5J5T^WT ^T*TO*f ^TTO SIPT ^ viRJ PR>R 5^51 I 

fTO^i ipPTOj^ ^ fTOC^ I Tot TO fed TO tac^j? 5 t TO ^?t 

froi^ TOT ^PTR, Pt 5] ^JPT tTOIC^ I ^SRTO? ^TOI oQpn;^, tr^ 5TTd 

vil^ TO^“Hifl5 t557’*T <ilTO d^STO RSTT?T5 1 (il^RPT ?5T <3 SRs Wd?TO 
>l4CalJ lilTOJ-' -f^ f5C?nd ??f, 5T54I51 *fST I 

^TOt ^C5T 5TR f?I PI ^>ll^IC‘t5 '5TTO55 ^TO<dp? ^TTSTRI vi)5?R 45T‘*WTi)5 

^^tTOTf ^RT TIP? f5?I? fsTCZ TOP? ^15* <BC‘^ tlPI^ TOC^ I ^RWI'S 

57^ 5i^9npfpr <<£1^ ^4^ ijJTCTOrd TOii) TOipi ^ n;ii;:vT<i sir^rr w ?r4^ 5^ 

^ 5m PIT5T5T ^5RP? ir ffWiTOhl W5 ^PrU fWRI Pf^5T CTO I 

Mr. Speaker: I do not tliink you are here to sii in judjiiueiit on 
Mr. KriHlinainnchari. You liave road tTie judj^mtMit. There are "('onflietiu(>- 
views. Ja*t us not meulion about it. We all know it. 

8|. Nepal Ray: 

TOT f^rf^ I 4TTOr 51 PTCTO I 

Mr. Speaker: It you take my advice, tlie person who has been (‘harf»’ed 
IS quite capable of lookin^r niter himself. So, 1 think you better leave 
the particular subject alone. Wben time and opportunity comes, if tlicre 
is any explanation to be ^iven it will be friveu in due cfuirse. 


8j. Nepal Ray: 

TO c?;t5t. 5n5. TO^si to top? 5t c^cTO cTO froc^ 

;i)5 PT'O 5 fy ^ 5R 15^ ^STTOT 'ST? ^STTSTTPf? d'o^M 4?rT ^5'^ I ^rSR? SIPT 

^^1515 frond TORT TOi^TT'Q wm 5P^ tor t ^ ^TOt ?,, ' 

Tort mmm totcwr i m»TT ^snf^r-^i? ^ gpjpy ^ ^ i 

5rRs>f»d 5»TO»5 TOTO5 5t;;c5 »i;PTfw pt MTOfe f gnr i T fafgtci^^ R ^ 
^ 1 ^®TO Stoi^ rwR pi??^ i to®! 'Sh^rt 5Td ■5~dr?®TR i ^^strrt 

5»57TT»R. ^5TTTO»?m TOT 'flPfPT sSTOI TOT TOP? ^ 



195||j DEBATES OS tiUVliR»0it)8.gl»JEECH U» 

P->“ ] 

snwW'ifUwi ’«(WC4 ’(w t*i, *nii 'tcS ia»R« vqia ptjicti i ^;;*i vjjn; 

f’f ? w ^ froiR ^ 'Ei« SI?; ap froip? f?p^ 

im Wen wirfs i W®«reiw ■at ew «imw 

f^Wnl, ^ ftraurt TOW TOc;?n, *fTO»t trow cw »ij§5 awi "to 

froiDl!? I i«9 fw;t*«f ^irfsr ww >a^ vfsifS swh acsw i 

[‘‘Quewtkm, question from Opposition Benches.} 

c^TTO?Rt «RR vfl^ Wm mi, »[?iw m TOR mm- 

cirt ^anmn c^Rf*R f5*$T ♦nk k, 

. ■*tfk. k cj^r TOTOfTOf csni kk ^htor ^ fic^R 
''wks^'Q ^TOR ^5PT»n-kk iilfiOTfjrk vsFm kcaR. ♦nWk 

TO!T kCiR. ^ 3^TO<f 

8J» Bankifn MukllSfjM: On a point of order, Sir. 

uFm kk ^ ?n^— ©ik 5 ^ ^ ^ ^ 

“^nc^ k ^ 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Mukherjee, if a charjre is brought connected with 
the administration, if it is linked up with the administration, I shall allow 
that; if it cannot he linked up, 1 ciumoi allow that. 

SJ. Btnkim Mukherjoa: 

TOf?5f. kk ^flTOl l?Fm kciR, 

jjj ^ m «r] ^ wski’ ^gwk -Of 

( 'f R C»nC¥fl ?OT TOJ JRT I 

Mr. Speaker. 1 can assure vou that vvljeiiever any charjre of corruption 
ulll be hrou^fht up, I .shall never aM<ov tJiat unless it is linked up with the 
administration. 

8j. Nepal Ray: 

3TO. <iiTOi spkk ^ ?rnrff»t ^»nj| 

^ «rrTO< WRirt m:pi^ su^ kk ettke^ feeR \ m m * 
WT ■<p^i?n kror oss^ tot TO y^ga r w kff cits -fiJi 

tW9T, m nC?T CJft TO5TO ^fk?t TOf ?TT&Tm^ Vm I t-dH 

^ikw eoo C3i««mi toi (too c*i*TORr 3TO ww 
TOmk km k^^c9fw(74»r<R ♦tkro 

kcectt*t — ^(f^RC*Rr 5^'eirRt ^ i 'Stri ifkartR ^ cwrp o 

^ 40,000 ^ ROT 5^:TO blfiTWI^ ^ I 40,000 JtTO RfR fjpTW 

W05T ^ k 

Mr. Speaker. Mr. Riiy, I am allowing this on the assumption that 
it has something to do with the administration. 

81. Nepal Ray: 

mi, ^ ^ vflR Wm « msmfi ¥rtifk rmmm aero \ 

^TSijFniT ^ k R51 s^Twa aw ifk?^ ^ kay^« 

’®iT'5cto ’TTFir I i wm^ i mmm m crow m ^mmi 
^ ^^urie aw kRR t kaa veer k wpla-oa W9 

^ I fra ^ mi mpim ^ era i rot m 

SJ. SuIhmBi Banerlee: Not L.P. scheme. It is H.B. scheme. 

A-11 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEBmGS 




[20th Feb., 


Mr* ipMker: luterruptions lead to troubles. I am carefully Usteuiug’ 
to the speech. If there be any occasion to stop him, I wUL Leave it to 


SJ. NifNa R^fS ..... ^ 

I flit Pf'e^T 1 c'T'Q^ 

ipp® ^ Wipnt «Rl >RPPBl1 WT-sWie^C^I ¥51 1 

<IIW? flC9R— CTW «1I9 ¥GI- 

?1C»H W ^ ‘TOJ 51T, 'fl ¥5C^ W? JfT, ^5teP vll*?n 5l¥C9T fsJCJT tTO*T, vfl5t 
C H^I CT TO CTn¥ l?T<3?n ^ I ’flRT, trw <iOO C*P¥Hr WC¥ ^00 

Sl¥T C¥0 f5?C¥ 40,000 ^I¥T 40,000 ^TTO <il¥^ **fv5W 

^rr^if^T, ^rn?, ^5 tpr— T^ c^iitS' ^jto h ^iwrt 

fj^inirr w o ^ntir c*®!^ 

¥8T TOlCf CW ^ 1/ ^IW1< ^f¥T^ 5^WI i 

Mfi SpBtkar: Is there a private auditor or a Goverument auditor? 

ij. NffMl Rayj 

CTTflifrfWTO ^ ?r¥w tf5n«T?r ’fo ^\ OT sit?n cJTtnw 

kkeSr ^ff?TOC¥ ?mr ^o sr^ 6f¥T fTOfC55?-4 &f¥T 

0,400 dT¥T CW;¥ ^,^40 $T¥T, «ilTO ?¥ ^,^00 1?T¥T <i)¥ va¥^ I 50T 

C¥S C¥S ^55l ¥?C¥ ; ^ TOI^rf^ C®tT¥. ¥W5. 

WTflfr »5«R, ¥*i fr lt55 ¥C5 §T¥T %5T era fraC? I ^ ar¥ §T¥T ^ mC^, 

ara if ®T¥ ^i¥T eraf f^fesc? i ^T¥5T¥T?f f¥^ I c¥ra 

C$f¥C¥ 'll¥(>i C2PT'Q^ll^(C*t5, ^¥$1 l!?R I ^ iTT 5X®t vfli'PT 5T5T- 

w»fT »« ^ 5rR?T i w. fn >¥l^-vn? to ^ ^vs 

CTW ra 'Q*^ 

[f5575 ^ era 5*t^¥T?r ? caf^revse^ ?”] 

¥W$T ¥8lf¥ ~¥W^ ST'e^rra ^Rira ^ ^ ? ¥^I#e5?l ¥ie^ >f5¥fC55 ?T¥T 

TO T¥ % nr c*f«?iT ra i fraoR 4 ?wr5 $i¥t W¥®¥ 1 ?t-vH¥ 5ra^ frai: 
¥i?*T fiT¥T fra wfsi i?r>G?ri ra ^ « ^e¥^ osr $t¥i c=T'Q?rT 

C¥® $I¥I era W JH; f¥»^ (7T^ 5¥II 5fTO ^'651-^1®^. 

feji ¥nra. “nte rai^ ^ ^ «raim ¥fef ^sra, ^snro ^iW'O 5f^ w 

¥rtl#C55 CTOiefl Jl¥T fraOR ; ¥*4T#fl Sf:? C5 C9IT¥ spraf 

CfR ^ ¥?rr ?rcra i rar-o ¥n5F?r ^ra¥ e^ra 

mi OTH $T¥T¥f^ OT fjf I 

[6-15 — 6-25 p.m.] 

?rc»R. wt >r5i'»(fe Sm smi. ffc^ 

Pf c?w, 51^ snit wwi 400 *(?3TOW *i**i;;*i'S7n 

«?r snfSs »ip<t ■1^01 fTOKf I »iTra, ^rpra >«»»$[ jwi w 4 ^ 
^■ ^ ic fa i ^?TOf« $wnt c^sn. <ait «(TOi «i?rt jwti «*fli tifEWR. nf? wfe 
**iJ <$wi f^. ^PW worft ^ tart ®TW ®H?P PW iRWroWlw 
fro *1IT ^I PR Sfftpn?^ CTPTO PIPtI 

QSfsiOT’^ W"t< *rfWfHrtp5 ^ ^RCT*^, PRI iRR^t’clfllW ’•id fwPt 

^Wxvb W C5PF. PR vSt^fllW f*l^*fra ^ ¥ST ?Pf r 

KRII 



POINT OF OBDEB 



m 


afwr m mm mm c»fc?T m 
K9i wnf^i^ VICTOR, ^csw m ^ mxAi cww 

<fRW WR '«c*f^ m'^ir ww f=vi; ^ 

c?rf^^«rc*f5tci*»^!?r 5Rf to aRi lOTl ^Jboi fspHt 

^srfi:^ » ’trw, ^ ^>6 TOhi ismi 

TOC^»R, TOT C9W 5OT1J. ^TW ftf WtV 

o,<koo ^ w ?ff5T«f^. 5TT??r, ?n?n cw ^ vus^otori^ 

TOf? c?rf^®^ 5??, 5?^ ^ ^rfrorf^ uf%^ \ pp h c^pproft, ^ftc5«r 
H^rsfTf: to jtrt m to ^ Wfa to 

TO n;?iT dppF. 5rn^, y wc^ ^o w *f;’ »rv ^rro to to* irto, 

?TOW^ 5 TTO. TO toI^ TOPTT^ tot 

TO TO 5785. TO. TO* TO? do iJw TO TO. 

W5 OT?!r C^ TO* W<3m TO 5iT, CTO 5?T TOT TOT »|;TO ^ I ilTO 

CT ?7fl% TO? 'iPTi^sn ?f? ^5|TC>t?T F5 ?RP To ?TC?P TOOT TO?TT ilOm CTO 
TO??® ?riw1 ^ f5 I <3CTO ®W CdC^ ?TO TOCf. 'Q5IT jCTO CTO uOSTCTOTO^ 

c^ to: c 5 i^ ^sfsr^ ^tpt. ^rmcsT. 5T4n-aHT ariiiR. 

TO#? rro TOR C? TO#? 5OTW 5? TOCf I TO?T?r TO? JaTOT?!. 

3OT. ?n®?? TO? 00 ISO 5W7^ ^!?T ^rf?? TOf. TOT TO^ni> TOC® ^T^T 

f?. TOT^ rro' TO? I 0 IS TO ^Cf i ®HCTOTO TO® TOT I <# ®aCTOP 
«rnj c^ ?R <3 R^ ?;to«tt jj?i ii. 5 to®^ TOito i 


Point or ordtr. 

8j. J^tf Basu: 

On a point ol order. 

f?: 3*?*tTOr. ^snftj (U®^«i fro; ^ f?--»fTO5 toto to 5 cvc? i tstt^tto sic? to? 
m to? StOTt CTO siTOf? ?*TOf I# ®tfCW?^ il?TTO TOT J ^Cgrf oC?? , vll?^ 

'^pco? ?f®T c?c? c? ^W?c®»$ ?f®T 570 c? c?#t fafecro 

nrfkTO?, faf^cro ^pfvf^o to »ii??o cto to f? i 'crraf? to??, 

TOTTCTO TO? C? CTO CSPTO TOT ^flTO? C*PTO7^ »i»®TC? TO?? TOC® TOO? 

?I, ?f? ?T i»I®f?f?C»#?H-vllO CTO ?ITTOT TO C?#T a(|®TO ?C? ?;;TOI0 OP^T TOffTO I 
f®f? »0?17? C5FTO ffCTO, ?CTO STRT-^TO? TOT ®to 3TOC"? TO ?TO?IT 
TOT. ?®T fsTTO TO ^?lf? ?lftf ?T I 5iT^ OITOR ?TteTO ®TOTCTO TO TO C*r«?T 
TO I f*?®>5TO <0 foFf^ TOT I ^ ??t; ^aro to? fafTOT 
TOT ?T fro; TOT TO? ®T ??»® TOCTO TO f*R. TO ®T ?f? ?T TO. *alTO ?TO1?, 
"StTm^WM, ?f? ITO to to?, TOTCTO vfl?r&T ^TOT TO?~*?T®C? ?®? 767?"’. ?% 

®i^ TO TO ’o^RTOi?;;? ilCTO to ^?t ®t? to cro to » ®f? ?f? f?**^ i 

TO? C?T?I® TO TO? ®TTOT CTO CTO; ^TO? ?®? ^ TOT vflTO? ? ®?C ' ? f57? 

?T^ ® ?OT ®f?4f??J arf^*? TO c?-~®Ti fw?F? ?m!r on? ifTjr *1^ 

c?*?[fl^ ?4¥— ?t*f vflTO? fro; a?Tf?® ??. tfl=? f?W arc? ^'C?T R <1 ^PCTt 

f?C® I 

. [Noise and intemipfions from Conprress Benches.] 

[Sj. Nepal Bav remained standing:.] 

Wf. 8|IOil(orS Mr. Ray, will you kindly resume your seat? 

[Sj. Bijoy Singh Nahar rose.] 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[20th F^., 


•I. (Ilfli ilWis 

‘ ' ■i?!; >11^ wf-«a»pi «fht ww 'stw cct 

?<c»TO c»rn^'« w?si— 

t|. mtm 9^ Mahwi Sir, i» tills point of order? 

[Noise and interruptions and uproar.] 

ij. 4ytti Bimz 

«r® wros'i-e '®<wiC4 m, ct>wc*» wi 

c»r? 

[Noise and interruption.] 


Mf. Iimfctrs If you go on in this way, I shall adjourn the House in 
a minute. I thoroughly disapprove of members who ^o on talking when 
a point of order has been raised. It is for me to decide whether a point 
of order is in order or not. I have allow^ed it because I have thought it 
to be right. You can say anything you like but I shall give my decision 
later on. 


[6.25^6*35 p.m.] 

•). tiliit ^ 

’ |8j. Bijoy Singh Nahar rose.) 

Ufa ipeiktrs You should not speak until Mr. Basu has resumed his 
Beat. I am prepared to hear everyone. 

•J. dyoti B«tu: 

c*ii^ I 

TOR I i 

wfm froi ^ ^ ^ 

171 vn^?nw TO *11 } to •tt tor 

41^ TO^m nfros w ctop totj toi » 

fw ••tiTO, 'Bnru ^0 TORI "snfw, tiroRi wro ?t toir 4»ir 

’SnW TO*T’6 • CT®R1 W^RRf 41'Jl^fvT TO I 

Tut ^urtbi tiitkhopatfhyaif: On a point of order, Sir. 

»nRi. ?i;T»r pm wct tpsr fwwpn ’rips i 'sir’rfH 
•row WWW WWW T*«ww,wiw ww wrff »iw whi wwrof wwi 
finm ww ^ WCTrfwwit .h^wg™ -awsR wswl? mm mm ^ srip® tnw ww 
tflWiimT w wrtu w;«i fwps ®wiwi ’rip 5« »i**it *n^i mroR. *** 
wi^ WT*m Hwroi fwwtwT wip® Bit fwOT wr f? wwiTw^w <11^ ww mmwi 
f^i »itif w ’rtw «nm www rorw fww; wti fw*? w«n$i wimw^ *(;i»icroi 
•w CTW roi wii imm s.¥.p6' wptori >?l<r ftrow m ft 
wcmWm wim f®tM$ wmfisi w wnw wi m iwSr wwm *iwij tscwi 
fmi wt w«^t CTr!#5wt: iwSi tpwfsi ctJw ®mi fsftm^ 

wifit wrowii fm roips wi i pr*n»i m wrorw <iiwpi w wfwwT*t t!t*ropi 
491W wiiSftn i i t ^ ni Wn wf m w i g w , ® mmw cwJr w«f^ wro® <ihmw 

•WIP5 ron tPWi f^ 'V'i m»w K iit wiw w?ww fwww 

mwa fl •v'vmI’r wim itinai wt wi ’it;;w?i i ^ mn w, 

row* A#mi ww anw 151 KX^ “bw^ wro* row^ ron tw 


« • # • 


Bxposiged by order of Ife. Sfieaker. 



19^1 POIliT or ORDiEH ' 

fwr? ^>i»® **11591 «w»n« fw ?i «i rw t rf wntf W , 

;5in^ V5T ^ wra a^nimvi «nfH pwmw ™ 

Wif ’ fl^Tfl 5m5« «lt»MIMfl TO ¥0^1 ¥1^ i«*BCSf 

fefjpH WTO ¥TCn anfsr ai¥«n tow tops sit— ailt **1^ f*nr 

2R TO 1^ c’WPT "cjttjns ^5^5iirw ’^•n tt r wiwt WWIi wSrit- 

M ^WT'6 ^sipn ^cstt I •?! fwfriwv 5cii— 

frost «!itTOifs ^-em Siw. ?iifs c-awwjv#; tot ^ iW uTOnsifs 
TOW w*nw >fl 9 it ^nfJT sw ^fsi >& tow snfsr to cto towi TOWi-^sit *111 
mjitjTO ijiroit TOs w. >a*fiw »!;<(; ♦kto TOit snt. to fro^ to SWI nf^'i 
TOfl 

8J. ilyoti Buu: 

3ijra1 *(;?s1 vfiW ’’''f't swtcTO 1 SfR srtara cro tow wtoi totor 
P t9it jnm?« to:® ?w I totoI 'xkffjvin tow wfs i«toi sfu k 1 

TM HM’ble Puribi MukhopMlhyby: 

TOW iWT MS' Jit w. f®fJi sm®^' 3i;?j®‘ frost swior, »f®¥' jit 

WPW TO Sssw*! TOI sm iTT I 

Mr. Spuker: 

snfs *i,Ht® *tit I 

tj. BMkim MukhsrjM: On a point of order, Sir, 

ii^Sw ’h:*!! 

Mr. SpMksr: Mr. Mukberjee, I know you are an orderly member. 
Kindly sit ilnwn. 

•). Bankim Mukharjaa: 

"Sllfs W9l flrits. JI¥9 w 5TC**t ?i[:9l *KS*9 to ¥® 1 s to f^ • TOfS’tsW 

TOS SW I 

Mr. SpMkar: Mr. Basu. did you ii.se liny biirsli expressintif I did not 
bear it, nor did Mr. Mnkherjeii hear it. 

BJ. dyoti Bani: 

**l1StW WrWs, ^tlfs TOI¥ TOlt SWtfs. TOW TOTTO fTOlfS I TOK¥ STO 

•nsPTWitfn ^rwurm west to Jist tot to “fst «ifcr’ last “mtS ann to*® fst 
«i^ ®*PT TOW f<fw wfrraw si Sural *i3s1 «i;*fif*' stori stifs f* 
twiff SI swiff iSTO TOW SW Rti 'Slfs Wlfs W f® f¥ TOTSm fscsfs I Mlft 
CSTO»® TOm:9i1w»9ifs ¥si stnfs TO*qf»i ttsB swfii 

Mr. BpMktr: I accept it. 

Bj. laikim MukhariM: 

^ »i®u (,s) STOSS, Sural * 1 ;^ sjsif®' ts *(cs»9 to toIs ?WKfs ®K® cro 
f®f¥TO W«SI TO fsi snfs TOHW TOW «t?K® SlfSI SW *ipt TO TOWW 
TOW fro 1*8 WISH TOSW TOICS SfSI TOM, f®fs JWTO MfSTOKSS TO TOW 

frocw sw cswswpi lat Mss tosw. f¥% *ics 1TO?« fssss fsw w9i s»ii 

<qB|TOS TO*S TOWfSfsiwlTOTO ITOS TOITO Sltl fst ^t fsKSS 9lTO kl 

sgTOW ¥3Pi last fsTOTOwiro® fsnr sifr Ms stows troifs tsroro Mw 
*i?Bw answis Pit MsTOgliw wns wtowto siti tossi lasiw *ifsTOs spB 
♦sc® TOk sri*(fs lasipi tf«*NHw» Sf®r wsw sysw ws .ast lat TOWIW 
Mwsi ttfs Ms ssst tits lataror srosi 



ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINGS 


[ 20 th Fbs., 


m 

l<f45--046 p.m.] 

lift ^Mikir: 1 have aaked my Secretary to put up the i^peech for uiy 
oowsideraiion aud I will find out which portions are relevant and which are 
not. 

SJ. liaiiil OlMMNlra 

1TO, ’ortT*! 4ii#T i 

Mr* ipttk0ri Mr. Hoy, do me the courtesy of listening. In this 
House the scenes that have taken place, 1 cannot justify. I do not like 
these things, because 1 am not a person who is used to hooliganism and 
rowdism. The point that has been raised is a pertinent point. The point 
is one of relevancy. When you connected the name of one ol the officers 
of Auckland House — I do not wish to repeat his name — t thought you 
could do it because in the past 1 have allowed it. When some allegation 
was made against one of the highest officials during the la.st session 1 did 
not stop the speaker because it concerned a very important man in iJm 
administration. From that point of view 1 allowed you to cite names. But 
1 think your total speech drifted inro irrelevancy from this point of view. 
1 know were are societies which are out to cheat the Government and fieeee 
the refugees, but that is a crime or an offence committed hy a private 
body of persons — may be an alleged society led by Ambica Chakravarty oi 
someone else with which the administration is not coucerned. If \ou 
could suggest that Shri Ambika ('hukravarty's alleged dishonest activities 
are linked with the administration directly, that might have been a 
pertinent thing to do. But, if 1 remember your speech aright, which 1, 
listened with rapt attention, the latter part of ^our speech belore the House 
today referred to the misdeeds done by a private body of persons who have 
formed a society and who are fleecing the society. Certainly, you are 
entitled to criticise the administration and officers but do not bring in 
private things. Today there wull be no further discussion on this. I have 
asked the Secretary to put up the .speech lor my consideration, and 1 am 
going to deliver a written order. 

8J. Jjfoti Bmu: 

snWhi 'snfsi »i;5wisi, in pnrniw?! utm 

— »q??Tsi ^sirhi froiK 

"i.lHatciw, ws 

f»l I ^iwwifw 

fro v*'!'*' 

^ ^ 

8]. BiJoy Bing Nah«r: 

‘WC® I 

fir* iptilliri Mr. Nahar, please sit down. You are a highly respected 
peipou holdiiig one oi the most iaiportaut positions in a poliiicai organisa- 
tion. If due to heat or excitenient^ — as Mr. Basu admits that he said 
certain harsh words and he tinconditionally withdrew them — any member, 
whether it is yourself or an 3 rhody else used such expressions, I would 

expect him exactly to do the same. We follow the practice in this House 

that we do net record any harsh wrords; all that is recorded is “uproar'*^ 

We fre doing a very iinpor^t thing; we are disouesing the activities of 
the administration over a period of one year. Uproar would lead to imthing. 



POINT OF OEIikpi . , IM 

bu^ a cogent piece of argument prof^rly placed before tbe Houae would 
leiid Government to take appropriate stepa to »ee that theae comiptipna are 
checked* You ahouid af) remember that thia ia no a place to mtim eceuea, 
and it is not desirable that you should do so. You are all educa^ gentle- 
men and you should- know your ownselves. 

• 

Mr, Naliar, have you anything to sayl^ 

8]. Bijoy 8iRg Nahar: 

^ K 3W1 

Dr. Kanai Lai Bhattacharjoe: 

stroll ‘snfsi w? wi 

SRTTORT ^ ^wfo 1 'jQtR aN 

TO?! 51^™ 5?i’, pr$i ^5iMT*n wi ^‘W'G wa ^rri 

4iBI I Hviblc# T'bT't PTBTW w Biaiv 

^TUT ^srwr^ jjer— c^tii ?r’®T “cbiti” vc^t i 

^*n ^^i<i I 

8j. Bijoy Sing Nahar: 

^fsi ^751 f?? I wi CifHI ^TOF— 

^iSI ’Q*?rT'<3 I ts*?!! W W W»R, ^Bpfg CW*lt 

U\ 

Mr. speaker: Mr. Bhattacharjee, I always like people to be straight. 
11 a man calls another man a crook or cheat, it is perfectly all right; he 
should have equally the courage to withdraw it. I proceed on that sound 
principle. 1 treat all of you as gentlemen. Any (‘Xplanation given is 
accepted and the matter is finished, Mr. Xahjr said “1 have not said it**. 
For me to say that I do not believe it is to lower th > dignity of the House 
which I do not propose to do, 1 accept the exjdanation and there is an and 
of the matter. 


[Sj. Nepal Chandra Ray — rose.] 

Mr. Ray I will only say, t(»day you will not proceed in the way you 
were proceeiling. 

Many a spcet h lias been delivered in this House and many a sj>eech will 
he delivered, but it will be an advantage to listen to the Speakw of the 
House w'hen he is talking. I think I am the only judge in the House to 
decide the question of relevancy. No member has any authority tc challenge 
my decision. I said private activities of any so<‘iety or body of men cannot 
be the purview of discussion of this House. You cannot discuss it. If you 
have anything against the administration for corruption, malpractice or 
fraud, please go on with it. 

ij. NeptI Chandra Ri^s 

7m, ^siww ♦rcjfRTm w ma i 

Mr. SpaiKar: I^eave Jyoti fiabu alone. You go on with your chargee 
against the administration. You are discussing Governors speech; yon 
are not answering Jyoti Baht:. 



ASSBiffilit PBOCiEiHNfiS 


[20th fm.. 


m 

|«i45^0-55 p.m.] 

Dititi m Um mtftitn «f MdMt tii fi|rty te Covtmtf’t i 
•J. Wipif Bays 

^ cr?(i 

m w ^0 9T¥ an 

vfl^ dr^ ^>T?f¥Rrt r«rf^pnwOT ^'e?n ^\ 

carowr ^ ^T^oQ ^ Ww wnwnr 

ai*w WiNh TOTCt ♦n? fs?. to to» 

^iwi $1^ TO c^iTTO^ ¥T^ ^ TO?T ♦nftr 

srf*HTOP*i?ic^ biicsiai 

wv w«?n ^ f?ii liiwi 

#TO^ 5^ciTr jf;^ jnOTT im ctoct^i ^snfsr ctk^w tar toit® 
^tifl W, ^0 ^caca *nNT*^ c*f'6W ?[OTy 'flri'Sf'6 iJi^i '$ 1^1 f»r, 
rtftr ^vn ^ a3iCTmif?r ^xn ^ ^ ^ 

^ftpvrtft c>^ taroi iJi cw to^i tan<rt m 

* 13 ^ w. ^?iTOf?[ ii^ ^s^rcTO crow? ctoc«ri w«n ^ci 1 

Mfi tfMAktrS Very well, ^^oii liave made that point. 

^ NiiMi Ray: 

TOfl ^Fn# fiffe^l i CTO TOT 

TOiwr—'^?!^ tar?r af$»n ^csiif*^^ ^00 fw wfsr TO5, 

w TO*TO ^circf. TOi?r '6 ^pw?r srt w^ ?rwT ^csfysT— 
arfa CTO ^vn £^ f’lrtafw TOr?r ^ fiota tot? cto ^isr ^rta tar 
TO*!^ TOW CTOC^ afro ta TO? TOW TO^ aWC^ TOT vfj^t v5TO 
^rj*vr tar 5 itot to • ^rrw. ?Tta topot t 

TOtc^ m ^ nU CTO ^wp^jc«w TO ^ TO TOi?TC?r?r 5^wi;;«r" 

*fTftrv '®TC*nr ^?r[ 1 vuI^whi c^, ar*t froicw. ^w^p^r 

^r^ fifCTO ^rc^ ^ dm Wto !?c^ to i ^wror^ *nf?i^ tow 

CTO C^, TOT fjTCWC^W CTOCJ^ mVS CTOC^ I C^T^TO ^STTfsT TOW §**1^ 

^Hi JT OT c^ ®rrf^ JIT I <tdiTa 

iiJTCTO]f?r ^fafd mwc^ tojt f^cro^^rcro wj*w '6 totc?w fro c^^ 
^^cm\U ^Tafda m\ cror ^ m; tor t tot^t iidr ir;;c^ to jw. tow 
TOf JJ^ jftar^fff TOf ^ snro fror fror totuj to r ^rrfsr tU’^niR TOWsffi 
^npw "6 fror ^ac^tfi, TOr^afS ¥cdt*diid fror ^rc^rfy, ^nfa m^RW 
men ta? s^\ 

fThe honourtible member goes up towardi? the chair to hand over the papers.) 

tpiiawi Tou have made that ]M>int. The Minister has heard 
^<vii. II he Hkea he may take steps. 

IMptI Rays 

m w;’-Mqyfd yta •rc^ ^ cros^os ^ppi 

Mr. tpaakar: No. 
tj. RaiMl Rays 

f “HP TOT. wfiv ^wrtam. ^ tocist yro ^ iroi ?wr Sfsr 
r%Cfm ^ TOTcysf 4ryt ^ tot a ;fW«i to cf^ar ytro* tom t' 
taift. Mifa TOT crorfy, tow tow aro tot crow <iiwd; tom 
TO tt y;t CTO. "snfa tow TOwwrt tojjw TOfy, torwt tow wtaro 



M|».V DEBATES ICT 

tw?i ^ WPS »niJR i*$r wrai ^ «iifsf «t| jri4»r oCT fwiN 9^- 
swrlN-^ ^ ■ec^ s now 6; «iif? «W| f«(t nmfi 

pr si«nt"f« ^isrra w* ^ nfw mf, 'sios^ P!$t am wps *mwi nw.'snfsr 
^wnr pw wt? ifl^ wj^Tiiu mw w$i mm ownr wr pjdr s i i»afw'8n 
mn ffcs aniff hi i 

$)• Jjfiti Bsmi: On a point of order, Sir. 

wffw <11^ ^sdrw w ^ i snm »n«OT ' 
5^1 mw^t ii?r hk w«f 

iii^{ wdr fttf^^m ¥k^ 

I 'Q*?r sw?r. w»tsn?r ^smw? csf^ir 4f5^ t 

Mr. ipeticer: Jagat Babu’s incident is, I think, in the Pririlege 
Committee. You cannot raise that question now. 

Bi. tiiiMit nay: 

VICTOR ^ ca^m 

3F^?Pr;9 ’^TT’fRT. 'Sfjk C3R»R ?pf?r f??l 

SI. SuImkHi Banerjee: 

^<!5. gr 'SIWN Slt*n JHt I 

Mr. Bpaakar: 

?rRi 

tj. SiiMh Banarjae: 

mf, mnvimf cw kfm km mmm ^ mm mm Rnwft 

^ I cw >iwi ypf yjwm mmim mn mfm f¥ 

mr,^ m m m^i mnmmv mnim 

vSrpf®!^ '^To'vSi ^lls 

vJ7?r I 

■snfsi ^ c^. «IWTOT W*t mfmi 

rniyv ^«T ^sTOTR] 5? k vij?rt :mm mmm mi mew emm simmcw 
mj mew i wfw wm^itm w;;fB^ memi ^ cwm^, ^ icm cwwm cw, 
empsf e^M 5TOTT mmw jprwic^ W<5^ feir^ i vw, mwfw 

5Rtra ^«p$w5pp ymti w'wi zwm msfm\ c»rtt zwm 

?rrwt^^nc5Rt fsiEl pdt 5nff 

>nr¥irt (r^ i wtpr, 

feR-n kym m mew ew, ^ ^ war wm 

^ m\ wmx ^ mm wwm mew i mu, ’tfawsn? «j«wfsw 

nrn iRSR mm ^ mm km km mm m i sf 

^on w twm mw i ^ ^ w,o wtm m tihs wm wn wcf 

atem I RtRr *BCP5 C4¥ftaa ^3*fwr ; — swpywni irstcw wit j 

awT m wR Rsw rwWt *rnifRr sckbRi sriww wbicw wnr wvm 
wrw CTVtw wrft ^ftRf sw ^ csrfJ ^0 iiw 1 ^ csifJ i^o 
mw wem b esrf^ ^0 m ewf^ ♦ijrr « w" ctsti i ew wmmi 

R5Pm m mmww m wm-m wNm wrnnrn s wm m 
Mj9m\ ^mm r»wbr? acs*^ few % 0fT^*ta*< m gRisa 1 
Ra»ni RWOT ^ twi TOPWR c^ R9T»a sw c*f<*wi 

Does it indicate serious thinking P Or it is tinkering with the problem r 
WTO STOW ei;^ tow TOjwy TO»f^ 

#WT frow CR ETO Tor RTca rw rr mm tot to <Htt 



, M« AS»MMPI>X y^fJUiS^£plf(^iS^ , [ 2 «th 

f(w*n»r ’JCKW, WTO »miw Ot crow «pwwnir >aii»bw‘a w! 

fl»fniT*t+i fs?W OTM C»IiM!f silt • >fldl T»IW 
w*nT^?i i:¥R w vrcsR Tfsni 

16 - 55 — 7-5 p.m.] •'’ ^ 

^anfsj WTO i ^ wro 

^ ^'nWTWRT OT-irtf^, f5W3JT’T“5Tlf^ TO&T TOT 
? totoI iw w!fs( fro v^m w, ot ^ Ucm- 
TOnc<f iron wtort i ‘«>ff«55RTt5n awsi w 

wrfw TOfijwR TO w. TO^T 

SffsiCTO WtS ^ ij<i,000 ; ^%<X6. TOPT ^ ^ *ft?W 

^ w?r 00, ®R TOi' xrfir^ ^rfrocfi 
^iftiWTO ®i?*f»n froiw TO! w(j, 5 !;;^ pf«?n to ^ 

TOTO TOT TOW fro mm ^ umm 3 ^^ ^ tot 5^1 1 

fTOf9I^TO froW^TO R ^ rWT CTO! TO W, HlfuCTO TOTT TO 

»rTCTO TO I ^to^TS f»irTO tot to?tt ^:ft8J!>-<j(k tort to? r TO#to v^rso 

TO, TOTTW fsR^IW^ ^ITOTTO 8,0«>8 TO, f**TTW TO, “TOTTJT? ?«(TO” 

srmTOl ^«},i/oq to sv^b*^ to Tfffro to? jof^rcroi 

i)? ♦RT jt;;to to^tor to wto ^«n tot sr^ ? cwn^^ to^^ 

5TT I:TO W. '^ff?TTOTOT^ $WTOT JR ^W C?«?T I 

■5TTO? TOW OT TOTO'Q TOTOT^ TOW mWR JTI I TOW <11^ ^TORT ^ 
♦f‘;;fTOT*fl 'nfrororoi TOTOim ^if?TTOTOT^ Scroi 

*T:9TO tot, ^*;^WnfTO? W«ftjrf^ ^5ffTO WTO TOT I TOT® TOW TOJTOT TOW 
Wt?5 TOW TO ; CTOTO TOTTOT?! TOTTTOJT'O TOT TO? TO ! TO? W*;fWTO^ ^’CW CTOTO 
TOTTOTW ^5*hrTO WWI 

Capital wauls an army of aiiemployt^d r^ , 

TO«i "JTO f5W«si sef;;fTO arsw fiic?n»t ??n jtiiii Jfiwt »(??R!'-rts «mf c>f^ 
'Wi *n ’WTO ^ ^Tcsf ?«ni i>S)(t(i ^nsra ’la ^sa*«n ’sna^ ^iw'i 5iaisi ^:>(i 4 
Jia? iSift* »fiwa TOT M TFn#fait,c9iiw aiia« sr, «isn#^ i>4s> a^, 

aaia wifaw ^oo to, si:;st a3TORfTO*f ^<ii. to, tot tfisnifaro 448 to afsp»w 
wtWj WT TOUW 1 ii^ uluii a**( wia caw cbnJi^ aaara aac^ swi »w i ac*j 
taaia aron '^^asa i awar afa w ca, aaaila^al afaarwaia ar^iatf^ caaia 
» a*Pin TOWw 5 cai ^ awar afa, TOwa towr afa aar® ott ®i loa 
i8a:^af® a-f aa;5T I a® taaia acaca ®iOTa Was aiaaia faa;» aa;?n ta«8 
w*wiai ®i aat® aiaro *ni ac®ia aaa^ caara aron awpcai acaia aaaJt 
afa a;;®*? a;;®*? caana aro ®t rw arona aaiaw ?«ai aja «r?a aaau 
anaa ®1a®a axai airoiwa afaawara iii fwfaa^ ana i anajai fawiqfaia 
<hawaaw®i ai^iaia tot ?q;TO a a a igaaia ^ aar aart® kcnati ®Ta aroi 
1 ^ acn I iiafaca ^raro a^»aa aai aw aronsaaial aai aaw vm TOifaca 
BWa ata aaa^faja a;;a' ^wiro aT®ca aii5® ata 4a*n*R ajan tomhi 
^ ?W 

It is bccaaaa of it that I call your pliiu a bundle of contradictions. 

ca®TaT Saaro a:f»aa bri ®ia»aca.f5®iCTR' Taamia; ®ta awft af®ia ®wto 
a;| y aijnfaaia f«itaTOi 'fltro aar la a®i^ ®tai cairo? fewiro afa 
?a ®T cw srfaa aM ?a m? 4 wr a,®aT®c® airo# afa fearai 
^ ®i iW acuFWisi T^ aaiwa sftia *1Wf aaia aaaia ac® sii aros 
f i^ata t»ia;i«ia Tbl«® aiw aiwwi bttoI®!® wroia 4 wtto orw aicat 



l|i.l DEBATES Olf GOVERNOE’S SPEECH UW 

wfsi w, ^nsTO wm «(i*tfg ^ w, w CW 

«lp*(WPRill PW CTWI 

be uadentood that over — production is not crisis; it is capitalist 
cfiMs. Where production is meant for profit only there is the crisis of 
otei' — praduction. 

Pfw' ’pnw®if*!w aW ^wfpia »r*^ Prirr wa ai, wt nt»ra 

c*iKfa raw aira, ^ tn i ra aiawi w at i 

>fl ai<t ri'Jfifai'tl ai^ ^ ^ >««r trca ai i ana afa ^tan arf^ Stwaa ^ 
^ s[W wi$ afaraa awr aw^p cjia ^sa aaa afata faai Ma? an^ pt 
ar aiffea W a"^ 4 a,a i saaisiaana^ aai aiajcaa sa ^aita indi^ ijat 
WTsrfatFi aR,a!:as prim aan an® aai *(*^iaw «! aca, ai» a i % i ?aa aw 
®ia I a(r*(atm camnfriWas nn^ ^a capn^ aia,aw caana ^la froi, anjaa 
ajw ai?ic<s, sia Sm pwta ®ia ai^w i w wiwTlriara aa i caia n T^N ® 
ara cajaB (?5 '>05; aii^ fa a caianfawa ai a^ rai«*nfaa a® raiwrfara 
^aaiaiataa ^ aiaaia a^wia im 1 ji farfaa anaai sit ai 1 

Mr. SpMktr: That case is sub judiee. 

SJ. Subodh BaiNrisei 

«Ta»fca »ia®ia*(ai cara am ^ anaar lafaawa areaa« ai^aai ^ta fanrff <<iat 
'Sia Sifitraa fsanra caJiJ tfja-ecatwa aai ^far awai alai cte Pfaaa awa «tai 
®itaa ca, ifn^a am# *ia,aiM *aT»«n ate® ca a^ata-a^taai fat® aifsw an#a®i 
aiai, p#$ ^-Qtapaa ataans ®fai ®ta tsta caf»r a^faai afa® nttaf at 1 aras ®ia 
®ai afa^cai Ifw-acapaa fstfaata fat® rtae 1 an® ^f»a«tat»»Ta a^ atawa aira, 
®ta ta Jttarsa ?ti®. 

iusSiraiHe aKuinst retrenchment, insurance against involuntary uneinploy- 
merit , 

al^iia faa^tw ^«caw ant? f® ? taairfaa faa^tw ^'scaw aivai pwia «t®t 
ant® f® ? arnnai *n» 5 T®T »i‘;;f®eif® Pft*ia fat® afa ®Tf®ta prfa ®i sttp caai 
aita ca, laa^f® caaiw antai amatar ®mi*i aitnhi aar a»itaa, arap 
it;faaT fat® arstl aa 1 

®Ta*ia anraa 5it*ia ®«n aa^ii sftmaa $*ia antwa am at carara ®i aiaai 
aare® wataa at I anfsi ata®#! awn israaafai hhSh atraa ipiata hhuti 
aita wfifapw faaji aftnam awn ho ®w pa racat®, ana aacaa am 
aiSwra Eiata earara "raaaT ho ®wi ra^ « t»*n® fapwa aan aa? 1 

hh44 aitm ' 5 >iara hitt* aita faraa faa? srfaraa awn a®®at ah «w 
carara W a^a catara a®aRn -ev-o «w 1 uipic® «aiai' c*ii« ifra ' 
aia atwa tna anpra aai afa aatjfa pa tawi oa ®t tTca® ai ®ai ^ai 
fw 5 Jiat;;fa aipiata ata ta^, a®;;ta ^aic# ataw 1 hhoh airaa tpiata afa ta 
aataa a?naR a?a hoo afa ®i ®w <«aa ®t paw otro, tna 8 a? irtaa- 
aiacaa ata cac^wi awa hhs® aicaa ^aaia aiwtai tana fat*a a®,Ta anna 
®a ^1 4#,T«i ®s(i iirappf? afwaatwi aawcaa taiata wra#' tara a(*a» 
fafMi ai#fat»a wa? afataar cat# ana to-ov #m. ®Ta aeai a? ca«a 
ra 08 BV* I awfatrn fa>^ cat# afaraa ■waan 88-t»8 wraa a? ta^ anifi 
h #:®ta« ®a 4at tat# afataai »f®aai w-tf% TOna Pa® taasa ca? 

®ai 





[20th Feb., 


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X^i*6 yoll will find a table containing productivity of Indian labourers in 
mffenent industries. 

urt ptp^ hTipitoi 

troiw f»ypn^ ca^ ssfjSpr 5 ^- 

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aa^aifcar am (ks ^1 ajtei o«>o aiiam iumma 
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^ ^^^ss aim va pna ^?r a?r iii? a *a py ^ 
mKmmm raipfi ‘ft^mfirt’vu?! to aifam cam afror aam? tops tot to 

fhus there is justification for the belief that high wages' corue first 
and high productivity us a consf‘quence'’. 

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fa|?fei mm aot^awi awl croa awr ama an rniaairor 
^ TOT^maw amfa, ml ?tor a faaa c aa mar ama. 
mai wfat. ■ 

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1368.1 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


les 


^ aii*RRt 5nnw w;pf?r vw, «fn 

Jiwwwi ??i;;5i, ®TC® w «imr ^srsrfxrs^ atai i«$t urt?f vr^ 

f^wwi ®n?r w ?n»3Ts futsti:) 5siwiwi« pw *n^ i Wr, 

srwOT ^"wli *m3i$ aimi OTt»ra *(f?R^ jRira *fiw. sm. iir 

Adjournment 

Tb * House wus then adjourned at 7-2") p.m. till p.in. ( n Friday, UitJ 
21 St February, lHo8, at the Assembly House, Faleutta. 




PlWMcdii^ of Ihe West Legfeiative Asseo^ i^rariMsd 

■■der liM pfOTidoos of the ConsdtotioB of India 

Thk AsisEMHLY luct in the Assembly House, Calcutta, ou Friday^ the lot 
February, 1958, at 3 p.iu. ' 


Prosants 

Mr. Si>eaker (the Hou‘ble Saxkaudas Bakkr-tt) in the Chair, 14 Hon’ble 
Mini>tei'-. 9 Deputy M]nister> «uil ‘^9)9 Members. 

[3 — 3-10 p.m.] 

STARRED OUESTIONS 
(to which oral anowon wort givan) 

Rood developfiiant in Oiamofid Harbottr potioe^tatkNi 

•17. (Adteitted question Xo. *378. ) SJ. RamanuJ Halller: Will 
the Hou'hlf- Minister in elinr^e ot the ])evel<ipment (Roads) Department 
he please;! to state — 

(f) 5 Tm»iwri co^rra siri?i 

<ii'4 1 ■*(,5'!^ ; 

(<() WIOT JTOt 
(51; ^ fro 

IV) o?if9 ewm ; 

(«) ■srora ^ fs?: 

(6) ^ ^ wra*® ? 

Tin Ministar for Works and Buildings (Urn HoWWo Kbagmdra Nath 
Das Ctt pta)j __ 

(^) •'fo^frW^ »rf?wr*(5im fJTem or snn onwomme orik cor 

<ll*'4l ^5.1® 55 I 

(.() ?$C® (5) »R Rl 

SJ. RamanuJ Haidar: 

snRrt5 a»5l a-wiw fo, >a5; wrra acwWts ?rp'!5ni;;f.T foo i w ik*or 
0^ ^ ? 

The Hofl*ble Khagandra Nath Das Cu|ita: 

CTO ’stTO ^ OT'O 
I 

SJ. RamanuJ Haidars 

w? CTO mm ^ nr c^? 

Tka Hon»li le Kbagendra Nath Das CiqNa: 

> 0 ^ 5?f!n5 RRHi onmis ?n»®R a c kww encgi 

^MMnanu} HaMar: 

wra e«wo« apR? c»i»ruj ri lot owm ooroaflu eTO. i ;f»i Rtur* 
WR ■orfsror.Rr rsoicrt ricit fORI ? 

A.12 



m ASSEMBLY PllOCEEDINGS [21 st Fm, 

iPMlCtr: Question disallowed. 

is a matter of opinion. Ton may t&ink it very important-^he (lovem- 
ment may think it is not. 

•J. MMlrfal Olittlirliis _ 

f^? 

Tilt Hon’lilt KhageiHfra Nitli Das Cu|ita: 

•rfsj 5?TI 

Ufa Sptaktri He is entitled to notice on this. 

Improvameiit of Duke Hoad in Howrah diotriot 

•IS. (Admitted question No. *472.) 8J. Abani Kumar Basu: (a) 
Will the Hon’bie Minister in charge ot the Development (Roads) 
Depwtment be pleased to state whether the improvement of Duke Ibad 
starting from I luberia to Gadiau in Shyampur police-station in Howrah 
district has been included in the Second Five-Year Plan schemes? 

ih) If the answer to (a) be in the affirmative, will the Hon’ble Minister 
be pleased to state when the said scheme is expected to be taken up during 
the Plan period? 

(c) If the answer to (a) be in the negative, will the Hon’ble Minister be 
pleased to state whether the Government consider the desirability of including 
the said road in the Second Plan? 

Tho Hon’blt Khagondri Noth Das Gu|Ha: (a) No. 

(h) Does not arise, 

(c) The matter may be considered it* and when additional fun<is are 
available. 

Dr. Kanoital Bhidtaohorjoei 

W ^ OT SIWT 3JT*f ^ ^ ? 

The Hon*ble Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: 

w 5?^ I OT 5i5:«T 3 :ot m»nR[ srori 

Mr. Speaker: Next question. 

8J. BiJoy Bhusan Mandat: Supplementary question, Sir. 

Mr. Speaker: I may remind the honourable members that when I have 
once called next question, I will not allow supplementary questions. I am 
allowing you this time, 

SJ. Ganeeh Ghosh: 

BWCT WW WRr C?OT^I 

Mr. Speaker: Yes; you must also see that the honourable members are 
rigilant. - ; 

S|. Bi |oy BhueoB Mandats 

m opb Tuqffie i 




QUESTIONS AND 


m 




TIH HM'Wt l Om il K wi MMli Dtt 

wfil ■(Tsrff Jim. muim ^ rniw fari 


*1*. (Admitted question No. *636.) tj> Htn KrWim KMMri Will 
the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Development (Roads) Department 
be pleased to state — 

(^) c®?®Tnr inFSHf 

*!^5*im ^ Ji*w wmr raw » w c v»i> Ji^nifin mtnnciR, ^ 

TOI; 

(^) ^T^PFRff 4'^^# jnr*f 4fll C4H 

4ftrroR f3RT; 

W sRCTi twTO ^ 5^?rT ^nfwi, ufp^ rtwf ¥W "(?i; rtw ? 

The Hofi’ble Khagendra Nath Das Cufita: 

( 4 ) 

('•() ^ 4?rRI I 

(IT) fei 5TT I 

8j. Hare Krishna Konar; 

a»!ll 5fTOTT STIPT tJ *JW WT 

rat 5?^ i CTO facafiro f4 ? 

The H enabl e Khagendra Nath Das Gu|itas 

CTO ^ me awfanin, afa to cto aro m 

caom* ^ mm nrfa i caTO ca apro m miH 

acafsPT m ai*f fee ar^ ^ i a^OTt ai*^ cadai ^ U i 

8j. Hare Krishna Konar: 

TO C4.^ cror am to fea iit amr? c^rara to aaSfepr 

mife^^iia 4TCf sma TOrfma? 

Mr. Speakers 

vflTTTOrST aac^ ♦ucaa fsri 

8J. Hare Krishna Konar: 

fJpat acaft, mra, to cto cto ama ^faac^ vet amc¥ caaia to 
imf«^c^fic4 CTO 5zafe? 

The Hon*b ie Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: 

acarfs. afa cto amcv to fea »iit ai^^Tce woin TOFa srs mm »flt 
am cs^'eara asm facaro asar cac^ -mca I fef croamTOWTOtcafai 

SJ. Hare Krishna Konar: 

na ♦fca mm nfw mra croa D gc romsa? f? ea Bl mwIa 

TOf CTO ama mfkaliN 

Hie mm% Mth Dm cuptas 

-i-ilsT^ wm CTO tma tot I^i 

S Hare KHshiia ICenars 

awiif nrcn am am fro nro fipr fn ? 



m iSSEMtiLY PBOelBliiBINaS [2l8i fii.. 

The Hon'We KIwgendre n 

wrfs wfji 5n I 

Sj. Hare Kriehiw Komr: 

Ji*afe W«5i WRt 

The MenW* Khi||8Mh1i Nith Oae Cu|H«: 

enfi( wifjf sni 

SJ. Hare Kriehiw Konar: 

3iprt*l^ WW WI*TH T^, W 

t f ug rft ^1^ »i?(; 'snsrw p?<3?ii ira ? 

The Hon'Me Khagendra Nath Oae Cupta:^ 

5P5 ♦flRf : C«t®«WP§ 'SIPW C^«9j ^ ?:i i 

tj. I|are Kriehiw Konar: 

OT*tiT t®c®»r*i?5i*§ ?T®fwi*i tsfw; ?n«$i P^oar acsi 

w»iia 5i;nifa»t '8i»i,aia'l ap'sr woai 5Tat5 ? 

The Hon'ble Khagendra Nath Oas Gupta: 

?rp$i$ Pi'Q?ir ^ p['G?ii Jp®a 

SJ. Hare Krishna Konar: 

c®w*i*iTO»iJ asiSf»5W w ar^^iifsia »i;’(rfa»i ascafw^i, ^nt gp^ff ipt? 5i;nifat»ra 

tfiaW^ WIST C’rpi'fl Taol mpw ? 

Mr. Speaker: 

>ttii ?n»®i >i*atHr caroip^ i 

S|. Hare Krishna Konar: 

cewf 17 m ai=OT 5i;*nfa»i 5Kgfasi, ^ 

taaw snaWSro fast, f^ aw froi >«a •acaa ai*^ Pt-oar J[*t r^? 

Mre SpMkw; Thi<s particular road mentioned in the question stood 
sixth in the list of priority. Why was some other road preferred in the 
place of this road — that should have been the proper question. 

Tht Hon’Me Khttendrt Nath Dig Cu jita; 

%]. Hare krishna Konar: 

w ?>q5iTO5w a# m ^ i 

OT4f*nff «TORf 5intf f=w? 

Mr. iiieakor: 1 don't think that question he can really answer. 

Moeiire of Nowrah-Amta Road at Bargaohla MHaray olatloii 

*20. (Admitted uu^tion *709*) Ahani I^NIIir IKuttS (a) 
Win the Hon’ble Minister in charge of ^ tHjvelopment (®l>ad«) 
Department be plea^d to state whether it is a fact that the Howrah-Amta 
^ad near Bargachia railway station is barricaded %f Wd With one 
chain hung along the width of the said road and clo^ to traffic? 



1^1 Qvmmmm>fm§wm m 

fp) If the answer to (a) be in % ^ be 

pleewa to state as to — 

<t) for wbat purposes and on whose authority the road has been lyinif 
closed and since when; and 
{ii) when the said road is ^ing to be thrown ppen tp 

The HMiHMe Klmgaiiilri NatH Dis Gnirtis (a) Yes. 

The road has not yet been opened to public traffic for want of a 
proper level -crossing near the railway station. 

(fO After nonstruction of the level-crossing bv tbe railways. 

Pr> K aimilnl Bliattaotiirjee: ^ 

*nTirf ? 

The Hon’ble Khi gemfr a Nath Das Giifita: 

*fTf5T RPT'QCW I 

Dr. Kanailal Bhattaoharjea: 

The Hofi’Me Khagemira Nath Dae Cu|rta: 

Dr. Kanailal Bhattaoharjee: 

SRTFRf 'OfKIWH ^35^ 5]CBf 

anw c^irser a'f’ft ^ 5?r *(1 c^? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: 

m mi ’irftenTw aiww 

f^TiTO TO frof^. iTnusn «ri i 

Dr. Kanailal Bhattaehar]ee: 

? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Dae Gupta: 

rm 5? wTmmm ?«f?p cto ustR Rn jTf'oar cff ‘ 

Dr. Kanailal Bhattaoharjee: 

'JW C*f'Q?rr ? 

The Hon’ble Khi^endra Nath Dae Gi^ita: 

WTTOT crop c^'e?n toii? j 

Mr. tpeaker: 

TOltro;, f^s?RR R-»f? 

Dr. Kanailal Bhattaoharjee: We have not heard that he had stated 
whether pressure has been applied to the Company or not. 

stoI ii5TOr zn <£ii ^ ^ iriw 

fPbMWI ^^TCf ? 

The Hpp’iilf lOiaieiidra Nath Dae Guptai 

51:^ ♦OT I 

Dr. Kanailil Bhattneharjees 





[2lvt 


P 

HM Mm^ lOMtMdni Mtt Btt OHplii 

«BtR Wl^sni 

[3-10—8-20 pim.J 

§1. Cc Mm CiMriii lll«H) 

*i5wii wwnsj -TOffR ^ron wiwjiJw mrw SFfjR 
Wig Pf«iT gnCT ii w'ian»i»a ^ npf? 

Tlw Hwinila KhagMidra Nath Dm Gupta: i ^ant notice. 

Tamluk.Mayiia and MaynfParafflanandapur-Pingfa Raads, MWmnioia 

diatriat 

wn*7; *254.) 8J. Anaaga Mohan Oas: 

Will the Hon ble Minister in charge of the Development (Roads) Depart- 
ment he pleased to state— 

W«f TOT 

(’<f) ^ <nCTf. TO Jf wm ^ ^^\vk ; 

(IT) ?TTOT ts^ ; 

p lan t PTO ^nfror, ?TPTO to TOTOrT? B?fsr to acquisition 

(•) VFm n?T, waterway to TO RTTO 

(5) TOTF^^ 'Q WKr*f1 plan estimate 

5^?nClT f^RT ; 

(If) rt?rr ^nfror, ^ ^ snfTO; 

(W) iron TO TO TO«5 ? 

The Hon’ble Khi^endra Nath Das Guptas 

(^) ifiti 

(<f) towrI? torto Rttnr to i 

(^) ^ (W) Alignment ^ wfsT JfTORT plan 

(1) *wr ♦f?ri 

(f) 'St 4»(?r croe *fri 

(f) ^ (W) TO to Rl 

ija ihupal Ohamfera Pandas 

w (’•f)i»?i ®TO TOTO ac«WHl?i snrowT rto to toci— 
Mh^K fv? TOaTORTOTO|TO TOTOmte?rtTO5'IT, TOfP? 

Mra tpaakars 

^ tori TO ctoI snff »ni fwr teirt mm 

totot m TO ftwf TOf ’frfir TOir to otii 



nil) QUSSTIOjrs AND lUltWsils Itj 

MHtf mmam in BkagmmiHir ^ 

*S2n (Admitted question No. *90.) 8J. SiMIRtA KlHIItr Will 

the Hon^ble Minister in charge of the Relief Department be ^ased to 
state — 

(a) wfiether Government have any scheme to oontuitte lelief ^neaiures 

in the Bhagawanpiir police-station, district Midiiapore» during 
the rest of the year 19o7; and 

(b) if so, what are those relief measures with particular reference to 

union Nos. 1, 2, *1, 5 and 6 of the said police-station P 

The Minister for Food, Relief end Supplies (the Hon*ble FrefuUi 
Ghendra Sen): (a) Yes. 

(h) Distribution of gratuitous relief covering all the unions of the police- 
station and Ehadi test relief ojteration to give relief to the dis&Msed 
spinners and weavers of the thana. 

Sj. Basanta Kumar Panda: 

^ m ^ btstipr ^ bhtiq cw apjr 

STTTO WTO pmwr 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra San: 1 want notice. 

SJ. Basanta Kumar Panda: Whether the Government has any scheme 
for continuance of relief measures in the rest of the year 1957 P 

The Hon’ble Prefulla Chandra Sen: Yes. 

S|. BBUUita Kumar Panda: 

2PR w mm TOF sn «im»i w fa 

?, 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra San: 

^FTfsT TOP 5OT TO fwr SPTJTO TOCT 

fro? I 

SJ. Basanta Kumar Panda: 

TO TO CT31STO WflTO^ Wto W'OtffT tBOR <<1^ 

»*rt5FPf ven*F5 ’TO f«r TOT tort fro cW fafrodi top to 
isi TOi crtto? cto cW Wto 'Oin^ toTto fro ? 

The Hon’hla Prafulla Chandra San: 

WTOT CTO CTO cs^ft^r CTOTO Wto c*fe?n tocs, c»!^ sir, as 

ST drro csTO scscs i swr cro fsfro cscscss tort csto tocs, 

SISI cS*6 TsITOvUS TOTRT top CSCSCSS CTO SP35TS TOf, ^n$1S SW ST TOlfSS 

ijW ftrfroiis TOP fss^s sc^ C5CSCSS cat tot cS'CST scscs i 

SJ. Basanta Kumar Panda: 

^ 6T^-TOTO TOP ♦Ijspr SR^FS TOf Slf^ TO i TOTO*CS 

sisnr scsTib Tto ? 

The HaBHiia PrafuiaH ha nd r a San: I want notice. 

•). Bamite Kmmt Pnd.: 

WCSRJ M» I W W .tTOPJ, fjiftw m 

fnp .iw CTO ?c!ifiir ftnt? 



MemBLY PBOOEBPHraP 




Iff 


mm mi. • , - 

Wm *nT? ^ ^ 'SRfRj TOST ^ ^OTWi 

sj. Kmm 'PHiUBu 

CT wf <i ^fHnr f^? ^Rnnr w swri 

Tl!> How »M< Fntfiillt O ha iia w Sy: 

Twifw <w» srtt iiHWT a*5? wiTSm i pn?S»fc*iE>r®®i(?wt •nwfrcs 

*im Jfti 

tj. Kliagaiidni Kirniar Roy Choudhivy: 

Kfftr tS»6 Wto ^■nromfr ^nfsf sttto 5i$ si»b 1 ssa»Rr qsm f^p? 

Mr. SpMkerS Mr. Panda, as regards Bliagawaupur thaua, the 
if ‘yes’. He canuqt give the details. If you want the details, you should 
in'^e iaotice. 

The Hy>h le Prafulla C handra ten ; ^ 

"^IW ®WI ®T?rT 

'^nKi 

Dr. turesh Chandra Banarjees 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra 9en; 

^HRITJ 2Jf?l I ^$Tin OTT 

Dr. 8ure$h Chandra Banerjee: 

«ira c?w 9m 

The Han’hle Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

Dr. Suresh Chandra Banerjee; 

cw 5^raT ®TOr c'f'Sirr 6r?ra^. ?n ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

Muelinw displaeed during cNwnmunal disturlianoea of 1SSS 

*23. (Admitted (question No. *2:).) Dr. Abu Asad Md. Obaidul 
Qhani: Will the Hoti'hle Miuister iu clwirge of the Relief Depurtitieut 
be pleased to etate^ — 

(a) how many Muslim faiuilies were displaced from their houses 

during communal disturbances of 1950^ 

(b) how many families have got back their houses since then; and 

(c) what compensation, if any, has been provided by the Glovemment 

for the displaced Muslim families? 

Tba Han’bla Prafulla Chandra San. (a) and (h) The information 
wanted forms part of the rei>ort of the Disturbances Enquiry Commission 
set up by Government. A sioKlar Disturbances ’Enquiry Gomniiffioai Was 
,^8et up by East Bengal Government also after the prime Ministers’ Agree- 
ment. Neither of these reports has yet been published and it is not 
considered desirable to give the information wanted unGl both the Govern- 
ments agree to publish reports. 



l«||^ ; QUESTIONS AUD ANSWBBS IT* 

( 0 ) Government never accept liability lor pi^fnifoU^# for 

lo«p||| anstatned during communal d^urbaneea. Tkey, kowever, lotmulated 
a scheme for relief and rehabilitation of persona displaced by the riot of 
1950 which provides for — 

(i) Multipurpose grants up to Rs.200 per family. 

(ii) Business loans up to Rs.dOO per family. 

Dr. Abu Asad Md. Obaidul Ghani: Is there any likelihood of the two 
Governments agreeing to the publishing of the reports 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: That is more tliuu 1 can tell the 
honourable member. 

Or. Abu Asad Md. Obaidul Ghani. Has any family received mplti* 
purpose grants up to Rs. 200 per family yet, as we hmi in answer (o)(i)y 

The Hon’hle Prafulla Chandra Sen* I may tell the honourable member 
that up to date we have paid grant amounting to Us. 28,30^375 and loans 
amounting to Rs. 56,250. There are still u few cases pending. 

Or. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

"vlJ^ W ??C3T5? fSTT— 

What has been provided by the Government for Uie disjilaced Muslim 
familiar 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

TOT ^^(io ym d 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

’TO TOIt* ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

5^. fv5>fC*«T>T^ TO I 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

’STT^^TWH '5|T?r TOT c®ii<P ^5TW?r 

^T^ froi TO SrTO ^ CWsr 5TT? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chand ra Sens ^ 

’snf^r ^ tot?! toc**! w 

’3T 2PFT*f ^fT?R[ I 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

TOT?! t!Mi\ flfO!— TO! TOJJTS TOf?! 5IWI TOOR ITO! 

■hiw 1 

Mr. SfNaker: 

tJI?r SfTO fiTO TO^ ^ 

Tou may put another queetiou. 

TO 

S). Chitto Basu: 

TORf TOTITO TO <»?:«!?! TO 



m 


jusm^T psocmituKis 


t2l8T'Wi;, 


nm Hrnm PnfaKM Orndn §m: 

r <4 inw*« wiwfl ^ (SPUf, ®nr iwr o,i4otr T^xwiw 

«w TOW, ^ f«<Kle met, <«<R c*rf^ ’toti 

§ 1 . OMttoilWi _ 

51PW wftr w'liif*! wpw *wp*( w ? 

Mfi tpatkwt That question does not arise. 

•!■ JagantwOi Majumile f; ^ 

III? w »n?wi Pf'Oifr ?aw TfeWi'S?!^ p?h ?>pS ? 

Tta Hen’bh Prafulia Chandra Sen: 

HJifa PUffi**! 51^1 

•Ji Canaih Choths 

Of jpiws ii:;f»»ra qnpTcs 'snaf« MiiSTa i a i 'sitiRi f?roiM»r- 

jJc TOI ij «fFf»r tRTJ tv ♦I'lif® aiE? ? 

Mfi SfMfcar! The question is disallowed; it does not arise out of it. 

•J. Canaah Ql^t 

^nfi, W 8 V a^rrfria jpifaw iii*R« fstv^tronr vnt? vjh 

CVH W«fT ’VTOf tv? 

TtM Hon'bia Prafulia Chandra Can: The question does not arise out 
of it. 

•J. BanlcNn Miikharjaat 

TO CTOS WOKI ?CTtf >«$?« tv liIJiCVniRrt vf«tl>5 IIWI *lt? ? 

TN Hon'blo Prafulia Chandra Sen: 

•aK^v TOC?' 

tji lankim Mukharjaa: 

wiijrio tv ifliicvTKifll vWijfl >iwT *(!; 9 ? cuSio *nGR in? 

The Hon'b la Prafulia Chandra San: 

?it, pni^v *ic? 1 

C|. Chitto Baau: 

W rPTO V^TOIH TO? t»fsi;t»l »ITO"I CVR n1f?5 TOf fV? 

The Han'bla Prafulia Chandra San: 

vnta TO! tvd 8 to tros *rw iiri 

Oh Kanadal Bhattaoharjae: 

apprta Jwrt *i?T»nr jwctsi tv, i5»< ii »8ai ca rrro a,»itw ?to vm to* 
pw,tai vryiTO tvR TOTPTO veae*^ tasn? 

The Hon'bla Prahilla Chandra Can: . 

haatJ CTiqt n a;ri » w i i iTOt fro toi tan wn^n nro'^re' vw trot*: 

Oti KanaHal Bhattaeharjaa: 

a i wvHt* isw TOW tn? 

Mr. Ipaakari It follows. 



QUESTIONS ANU ANS^ITIBS 


m 


II 

lUpl" ' 


ly. 4 igawia tli Majum^: •’ ’ 

w»pr sQJifw ^i'?1 oic*Si®‘ TOOT K i«i# wv ailwWii tors 

®11 WH *TCOTRI ^lOT ? 'f ‘ •‘ ‘ • 


TIm IJm’bte Prafulia Chandra Sant 

HI, HITOIT Hl$ I 


Modiflad ratianing in Chakdah paiiaa-atatiaa of Nadia dbtriat 


•24. (Admitted question No. ‘QS.) Dr. Surmh Chandra Sanarjaat 

Will the Hon’ble Minister in charffe ol the Food UeiMurtment he pleaeea 
to state — 

(a) how many shops for modified ration)^ have heen started, union by 

union, within Chakdah thana of ifadia district; and 

(b) what kinds of rereal are being distributed through above shops in 

May, 1957, and the amount per head and price? 

The Hoii’ble Prtfulla Chandra Sen: (a) A statement is laid on thn 
Table. 

(b) Under modified rationing introduced in June last, one seer of 
and one seer of wheat per adult per week and half the quantity in respeca 
of a child are being distributed at the following rates : 

Per seer. 

As. 

American rice ••• ^ 

Burma rice ••• ••• ... T 

Wheat ... . ••• ^ 

Prior to that, rice was made available to consumers through fair 
shops at annas 7 per seer at the scale of 2 seers per adult per week and hell 
the quantity for a child. 

Statement referred to in reply to clause (a) of starred question No, 24 


Name of the Union. 

Saguna 

Eanchrapara 

Chanduria 

Tatla 

Simnrali 

Madanpur 

Silinda 

Ghetugachi 

Hingnara 

Kalys^ 


Number of modified ration, slum 
functioning on 6th January, lv68w 

... 16 
... 3 

... 6 

... 4 

... 2 
... 6 
... 3 

... 2 
... 1 
... 1 


[3-2a--3-30 p.m.] 

Dr. tiiriili OhMdrt Dcnerlees 



taijT^pi, 


Ttw Hen'lite 'PnSiriti lihMdra 1 m« 

^ ^si»af® TOWi 3nt*j; M"f » 

Hr. tiirwh Ohandm ttmmfims 

The HM’ble Prtfulla Obandra Sen: 

^ TOJI 

Or. Sttreth Wiamlra taner]ee'! 

Th# Non’ble Prafuila Chandra Sen: 

I^PWT'Q W'Q?rr ^ I 

Pr e Sure ilt Chipidts ianafleei 

^ c*fTO c*fdin fir ^ 

The Hon'ble Prafulla Ohmdra Sen: 

-5Tri 

Dr< Sureih Ch andra Bdnerjea: 

wi¥H 'sn^iw ww c?'QaT fir ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

5T^. 3T*^5TCf 3T*OTf I 

Dr. iuresh Chimdra Banerjee: 

TO’iTir ^srrcf, ^siHOTfnr ^iir*f 

"U} 

The Hon'ble Prafulla Chandra Sens 

5pm-^5n«rm «nir atirm c^rwr ^ wqmi c*nw fracfi 

*5!^ ^$fs7?Rk£iir v^] srfT»rc^ wT*Tr 

Dr. Suresh Chandra Banerjee: 

»ll^3Tf C??' ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: Subdivisional Controller. 

Relief aeaauree in Chakdah polloe-stalion of Nadia dteliiet 

*28. (A<)]iiitt«d question No. *99.) Dr. Suresh Cbandm Bdsarjees 

liV^ill the Hou’bie Minister in charge of the Relief Department be pleased 
to state — 

(a) whether any gratuitous relief is being giren within the Chahdali 
thana at present (May, 1957); 

(5) if go» in which form — whether dry or cooked food; 

(c) to how many people, centre by centre, such relief is being given; 

(d) whether Government haTe any proposal to increase the amount of 

relief and number of centres; 

<c) whether any cloth has been distributed i#bin tbana* a|ul 
4f) if so, how many pairs to bow many pmons and in wbieb araaaP 



Qvtmom Aim 


\m\ 


iff 


tilt Hon’ble Prafulla Cbaidrft ilil 

\b) In cash. 

\d) 1,406 people of the ten unions as \rell as of municipal area were givea 
such reli<rf in May, 1957. 

{d) It depends on the situation, / 

(6) Yes. 

(/) In Chakdah } ml ice-station one piece of Dhuti each was given tt> 
8,899 males, one piece of Sari each to 5,997 females and 1,989 blankets ^aob 
were distributed to 1,989 persons. 

Dr, Suresh Chandra Banerjee: 

ssi *n^ 5?r? 


The Hon’ble PrafulU Ch«idra 8m: 

c^T^fT^ ^ i 


Or. Suresh Chandra Banerjee: 

^ ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

Or. Suresh Chandra Banerjee^ 

Ww ^sncf , Wtm 

*fT^, CWeTO 5T *1T— IWWW ^WTs. JRlflTO 

4?ri ^ ? 

The Hon'blo Prefulle Chandra Sen: 

?9f9W ?Tt3 »n^, ®n^Rn fSfsBR W»w eiWS 

<gn»i it»f?i tnleWfi f9l"5 tasift?! !■ 

Or. Suresh Chandra Banerjee: 

Mew !fff^ 5n?w M*w sirt M’u »n5fX 

’HT’d? ifl M: 'shi ?? M ^W5 cT'OTit cjw i 

The Hon’ble PrafulU Chandra 8ui: 

iMbf jot WOTII 


Mr. Spether; 

K MMl >F51 5IPR. '51 Ms 3*11 ^S SI— 

1 think that is mte nf the rales that we follow. 

BJ. Hemanto Kumar Ciuaal; 

iPfs sTi*nnr il^fsBpr M«w M ai^<iM« t*i»5 IsMotpi? 

The Hen’Me PrafuKa Chandra Ben: 

pnf^ 51^1 


S|. Hamanfu Kumar Chdiaf: 

enepnoRr u if*»ns «iw w M«<r ufsfS “msfl. otw. j«mr 

SRI flii«M5 fei*§ fanfl ^'5® - .!.. 



AmsMBLYi Ymamism 


[21st ft*., 


m 


Ths HMWsPnfiifls 

wntipw «»ia[ Ww, oti*w, tW Mviwi “fw wn 

^wrff Trorow »w> w «n^«W fsrt twft w 'sips ^i^wsr fti^ipr 
%s Pwnr ?w I , 

•I. HsRNnta KuMr Qhosai: 

4? w fwp 5 ^ncuH, 5? 

mjp{ f¥? 

tlM n m[lik hvfuHa CtMUHlra tarn 

ow^ in^wnr wnmr ^ 51*^ ^ i 

ij. Hiiiiaiita Kumar Cliotais 

C¥R wi^mia 5 ? f^? 

Mrs tpaakari It does not arise. 

t[. Hamanta Kumar Chasal: 

ww wfw? c’TTs? Wrw CTCT STf^'aW^ ffr"& 

Ta^n— cw c^oic^ t^? 

Mr, tpaakars 

art'aftrfS 

It is made available to those who are responsible for distribution. The 
Minister concerned does not prepare the priority list. 

tj. Hamanta Kumar Ghoaal: 

cw Wfi fsT»f aRF 03^ ? 

Tha Han^la Pnrfuii a Ohamlra Sant 

wtsi ^(crrff chiTi 5^ CT^'~?n^'QW$ ^c^rftR ^ ^ac^rfasi. ^ 
cnT?a i 

SJ« RamanuJ Halilari 

W^pqF C51W 

^RTOPT m\ WT? 

Tlia Hon'bla PrafuHa Cbandra San: 

m^ i m "w sr^thI^ ^ 1 

SJ. Mihirlal Cliattarjaas 

^snfjr afTTO ^ncrRr w sticjt w a»H iropn ^ tfwfw, 

wm mfpn aw tm f*fc^ w?! c^? ^ 

Mr. Spaakar: 

^ i?TOR?w ^ 

Tha Hon'bla PrafuHa Ohamlra Sant The question was given some time 
in lune, 1967. 

S). MIhirlii Ohattarjaat 

wfw- 

whether any gratuitous relief is being given within the Chakdah thana 
nt present? 

vho^ ^iwa w uiCTo nppar off sr ctw toi kiw ^laos ^roi, ^ ww 
’two iwpntff irw w w warn 



QUEOTIONS AN1> ANftWSBS 


19^ 

flM Hon’bla Prtfiiiii CliaiNlra Smt 

« ^ TO ihNct^I tow w w to 

•TTOJ 

[3-30^-40 p.m.] 

•If. SpMkftr: Government sent up the answer on the 30th January 
1958. Local investigation had to be made before the answer was reoeived 
and there is some amount of delay. Perhaps it would have been much 
better if the answers were made available to the members earlier » and I 
think Government would take notice of my observation that they should 
do their best to answer questions as early as possible, 

8j. Niranjan Sen Gupta: 

sptfl Mto cafTOPS, mmn 

ujfsTTOiswM ^iTf5Tc*W, OTW CT'etr TOKf — tow 

a’s 'ii^ OTWOTi siwi src^ic^ ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

'Snfsi •TT l 'SIW <ww wtt 

TOT? I 

SJ. Niranjan Sen Gupta: 

TOT? j»?i? Itoctr c?. cro tocs, 

STt?T ^TW? f*?C? ^C?Ct ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chenchn Sen: 

vCfi'T ^ ^ i 

Mr. Speaker: These usually are the persons who constitute the relief 
conunittee and two persons are nominated by the Government. Naturally 
it follows that such persons enjoy confidence. 

Sj. Chitto Basu: 

c? UR, ^ c? adtoW^ tsal tow 
^? u ^ T? f?5 TO af??^ ^us arwJT? 

Mr. Speaker: That question does not arise. 

Sj. Hemante Kumar Ghosal: 

tot? TI m TO CTO CTOCTO^C^ 

arc? rt, tii^ ^ 

Mr. Speaker: I have noticed it. Being asked further to explain he 
said that there is nothing about the relief committee. Therefore, he 
cannot possibly reply. 


Diatreeied areat of Midnapore diatriot and the ralifi ro ea m re e 

*26. (Admitted question No. *250.) SJ. Ananga Mohan Dat: Will 
the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Relief Department be pleased to 
state — 

W WWW cth: wi f?»» omwnqcn «i*ir «Ai0[; 

{«r) JRFfW «HKjre wsnipn ^ ♦Twn tv w'lt «?! 
#Tw i0Pt: <«=« 

(If) i-WT ^ *tfww &wr w •jwRPti ^tiHiaw? 



ASSmiBLY PBOGSBMirctS 


[2l8T'IW»., 


The Hon’Me Prafulla dMMfni MKT 

: i W nfenil cStor ^ 

W PWTCT oth; ^ « acsuPTO vj f^wr ^ 

«?rewi^ «f;!*sf «wjr t»iw!f«ww jtcti w«?ii sstcrof aw afe 

w 5 WP« sp'^TTOw bi®.»is wi 4 w «i:;f»nn ®R»n*(wnc? Jiwwi ^ ctCRVi ■ 

(v) tg »i w jiB rw?-w«ifBr ww ;5nf*r^ ^rrw 

ww thhW'p® ’iwwi *wi;?r ^ 

^—^8,40, ^00 ^wi> 

’W-0^,081/ W ^O PWI 
«ITJi— IR CJRTI 


SJ. Basmta Kumar Pandai 

ire 1 ^«w ^isirjR is,(i<i jficsi c 5 (fif^i>qi jr^em ^ cg»g 
*PW !fOT 5 *r? 

Tlw How' ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

RTfsT Plrf$»f 5lt I 

SJ. Basanta Kumar Panda: 

V*o1 SBO*W <I*1 Wh f^, ’PS ^WI?f w y<:-44q ^ c csT^* i ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen; 

c»r w «««(TP? fw«wi sRn 5 [? fjf ? 

I|< Natendra Nath Das: 

’ir n gnieg , wiw 3i*«g W»w.flg snef iinR >i5TO irt*«r 

wwit cW Wewixia JFW gtai =11, ggi^ra to mp® rt** 

The Hon'ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

uisf^t ^snsiw =?TOf 'snw w, i4^ sitgroi fg gm ^ gm unSnrfe 
-wg grot 'SJ geiw aiftr, ’ 

fngwi 5 ?«iw $pn-i 9 w gwra 8 oe ewi ; 

»w — 8 gwra 4 «ig 5 t*f : 
wi 6 i— ib gwrw ;» a«r ; 

tS *6 fgfepwi JWf ^WT — 4 ew g 4 gww 6 V 8 tWI ; 
glgWW— g* gieng g "TS ^ ; 
ffw—g mw 80 grow Swi : 

¥itOTfg em— g 4 gnnii 


•J. NMendra Nath Oaai 

m 'fttime atRg gw R , snfg gtritgero JPTO 'awjOT ftifewag 
WI. wiwfii ewwsiwinw re*$ ftifiro ’puf 5 ^ gnrfw-wrfu 
hmnwT 'wfif mm® f;m<r ewKw ^sf^uwg wwwei; gw fgaiT? 

m Hen'ble Prafulla Ctamlra Sen: 

^ ewww tfw *wi 



QrESTIONS AND ANSWERS 


181 


191^?] 

11. Imj Roy: 

m 5H tf^iT f ^iyyro tot 3i»rc^ ff vm cw 

5?i|f csrw ^ <«c»Rn 

Tl|^ Hofi’bJe Prafulla Chandra Son: 

feHtf smlro^ w'«(TCR 5IH wm mm wm, cW Ww^8 
^ w ^ i iiw c^ wjt ^ ^n i 

8]. Carol Roy: 

(^>il<T ^ WsWFvfl^ W WT ^rc»TCf5f OT® ^ «fITOI 

^ c>f^ T^^mm m c?^?rT 

The Him’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

C'itK'r 5Tt I 

SJ. Basanta Kumar Panda: 

mm ^<?rT#T srTi:>f csifiRl-pt??! >i*^ira« 

cwrr ^:?if^? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

C?Trti^^ 5Tt I 

Sj. Saroj Roy: 

5[»rTt, ^ m, mm ^ 

WlC^CS?. ^^T'Q CC?I 'SJ^^ vfl?p ^ 

SfC*5T?[ ’^l?il i?Tff^ 5T^’ — C^^fT? ^TC^Tf 

c^ 2OT ':>h<i\f wm *f?r c^ OT'om 

vfl^ptuT f^^OTTF mzx ^ wt ‘c^rrt^ 5Tt--^c^ m vew 



The Hon’bie Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

c?r5i)^ Wi 5 wt7|7 mi 

Sj. Hemanta Kumar Ghosal: 

^^db* wr ^Tr<«TTO*f m ^is tot 

c?r$ c^R 

The Hon’bie Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

vsilT^ TO! I 

Mr. Speaker: Waj^e Diay vary from district tf> district. If you find 
put a (jiicstioii about tlic rate at whicb they were paid in Miduajiore in 
1957 , I have no doubt the answer would have been driven, but I do not 
think that there is uuaiiiiiiit.x in rate iu every district. 

SJ. A]it Kumar Canguli: 

^1^ mi 

The Hon’bie Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

SJ. Ajrt Kumar Cang uli: 

mm “!T^?T TO '<^‘ ’ 

A.13 



m ASSEMBLY PliOCEEDINGS [21 st W., 

Tli» Hon’lila Prtfulla Otumdra San: 

BJ. AJft Kumar CangulU ^ ^ ^ 

c*f'Q?n w, c’sr 

^H’pi^xfhs C'f'QUT l[? ? 

Tim Hoa’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

^n»RT? (ti, i£)?r^ ^'6?n 

8}. Ailt Kumar Canguli: 

f*f^ ^TO5? ? 

The Hon’bla Prafulla Chandra 8 mi: 

^ m OT’R 3^1 

ij. AJ it Kumar Canguli: 

ctTkh1‘>i^?j cwi?i w cW ^ ? 

Tha Hcm'ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

C^’llfS"! 51^? 

[3.40-3-50 p.ni.] 

SJ. Nitandra Nath Das: 

«n5?5rt?i wfff\ 5WW (3T) w c#r1^ 

c®Frn?i fes ^iT?n?!R? 

Tha Hon*bla Prafulla Chandra San: 

^515: ^ ^rf3f ^ 5X^1, I 

rwffi tps Jisc'^ca^ I 

Ulstributian of cattla-fMirchasa loan in Serampore subdivision 

(Admitted i|\iention No. *205.) 8J. Panchugopal Bhaduri: 
Will the Hon’ble Miiimter in charge of the Relief Department he jdeased 
to state — 

(^) WTO Slron;? si^^fro w??! csn^ ^ $ito ?fwi 

•(urT ^si 5.^«in ; 

' C*!) ®*IBTO *I??TO WPC TOTB ^ W sn»I WbT ’RH 

(<r) WT^ WR: at®^ WRT STRPP® W ^ 

(w) ^ srai w. ilTO»q?t sRifTO ^ 

si^fsn Wfifra ilron;? wm ^latwo^fl ^sm Wr r 

(•) »T®i ?tw, tv TOW TO 5t?nw ? 

TIm Hon’bl* Prafulla Chandii' Sen: 

W JIWTO •WH ^,(10,000 $pn I 

ei) CTOWW 5 *ISTtoI tow h,oao 



1%8.| I QUESTIONS AND ANSWEBS m 

(fni ffw (^i/v8) nj* nfw iiiir tflsw 

^srtTRrt vr Mir ¥?n irtmi 

W) «m 

(«) IPS *ft sn I 

8J. FanctiugoiMl Bhiduri: 

sttoI? sr»5l vfl^ ^w*Ri «iwr cwr m ^n#»r w w 

The Him’ble Prafulia Chandra Sen: 

Miwt ^ 5:i;acf t'Mh ; otwri ^ wn ii^ snti 

SJ. Panchugopal Bhaduri; 

3TC<n CWr*l ? 

The Hon'ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

5?;^ ^ofTiTT^rr ^narm 

SJ. Panchugopal Bhaduri: 

sR[T»m 2TOR-5*^*l'«aTi S>?rmn?i ^Rrfsna Tfawr? 

^ ^ vHC5rf!|^~C>T ^T^^RRI mF 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

JTi, ^ ?n 1 ^«t tw i 

Si. Panchugopal Bhaduri: 

vflt SRrwn;;^ wf^ (?r i>t^ w*f uroi , ^ cw 5*s5l^j 

^iTRT?! ^ ^ fPfCFT PI ^ 8Ti?p 80 irfpff, 

^BRTRT ^ *naf t ?PR ^ ^THTC W 

?TO ^5ITP? ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

^f?>l ^TCW " §l?ITSl^?I ^fRT?I ^fRTO 

zao «nJTRi <j8,^V(i 'm ^irri e^,8oo fwi 

Dr. Suresh Chandra Banerjee: 

m c^5TT^ ff^«{ w? 5n^, c=eR pswrn 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

71^ CWI f^sM# 5ITfec*i(5<II ^TUTWC iSfRR ^ 

PT$ 1^ 3FnT??R ^ 1^1 

Or. Suresh Chandra Baneriee: 

SIPC?! TOI WI?IPH ^ r 

The Hiw’ble P rafulla Chandra Sen: 

p?Fn smfep’J^ ^ cirFfH ^ m wk^ p? erRPr? ^ ^Brnnr# 
^ f?P ^ OFRCn? 

SJ. Panchugopal Bhaduri: 

tn? vc?F ^TORi vfUTORi ^ en -nt;, 

’P’fPi^ tjwpi Saw ^8nca, ^rra arwnps wm S'^rt irwto ^ enca, 

w mar aa 5nir---tn ^ aiwsf fai? 



ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINGS 


Im 


[2L 


ST Feb., 


tiM PrafultM duMdrt Uns 

m WH iWR ^&Fmm tocw i c*feifT ^ srft ^ m 

SI. AJit Kiimftr Canguli: 

i vfl^PonT 

^ ^ CW, ^ JRPTORT 

Mr. SpeaKar: That question does not arise. 

Si. Hare Krishna Konar: 

St^nsrn;?! ^ «n5(m wit s(wt 

The Hon*bl6 Prafulla Chandra Seni 

mm w I ^ WR\ ^ <jfRT m 1 

S). Hare Krishna Konar: 

'Q csTWjf^tnr ws 

iwrt wm nroR? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Smi: 

^ ^ ?rTf ^ I 

Si. Hemant a Kumar Chos tf : 

^caro^, fvsW# m di5ir^ csth p??, ^ 

wit, '®T?OT ’tCT few# slilfeWl) ^ 

fer C5f’6’ffT 5X?rtTat ? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

^sirfe u\^ 5TT cw sn 1 

SJ. Monoranjan Hazra; 

atfSRl? sw’t 5t2a»Rt fe ^«TC^^T ^SfH?iw^ fT;-OTr?r ^ fec^fwai 

fw? 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

iWsf TOCwn 


IJNSTARRED QUESTIONS 
(ansHers to which were laid on the table) 

EJeotment of refugee small traders occupying Covemment roadside lands 

IS. (Admitted question No. :i49.) SJ. Pabitra Mohan Roy: Will 
the Hon’lile Minister in cliurire of the Works and Bnildinfrs Department l>e 
pieaaed to state — 

(rt) whether the Government issued any definite instructions to take 
legfal stei>s and eject the refugee small traders occupying the road- 
side lauds in West Bengal; and 

(^) whether the OoTernm^t is aware that Shrimati llenuka Ray, 
former Refugee Relief and Rehahilitation Minister, aaeured the 
UdUtstu Byahasayee Snniiti that without alternative arrangement 
no legal steps would be taken against themP 



]958.]| QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS IW 

Til* Minister for Works and Buildings (the Hon’bl*. K*«B»"«(ra Hath 

PiS Ctt||^)a (a) Instructions have been issued front time to fiuie tor 
removing encroachments on (foverntuent roadside lands and these instruc- 
tions c6ver certain cases of uuauthorised occupiititm by refugt*es idso, 

'(//) Hn sifch general assurance ^eelns to have been <iiven. 

SJ. Ptbitra Mohan Roy: r r„ _ 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Cuptaj 

^^68 ^ 

WTC?? c^T?n ^ 

vfllTy ^ M ^ 51^^ I 

8j. Pabitra Mohan Roy: ^ . 

m ^ ^ K 

JO ^?5R fjst^rw ^ C?T<3?IT 511. 

C*ft=W t5RT? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Cttj ^: 

^snf?! <&I^T5J ^15)48 ^ (TT *Wl ^ 

^ 5^1 

iM ftrom ^ 'win 

511. ■^'lU'SrH) Cb^l^l WT 5155 • 

f 

Sj. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

^ TO! wr fisi^rffT i£jn^»R u\'Q^ w 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: 

^i?yT s«iiCfT ^;^(jo wtK ^ ^ 

^ ^ CK?y^ wfsy TOCf » wwi 

^ c>T^^ ^!TO ^ ^ wr^ I ^tFfa5?n 

wc^ ssic't^ eii<ii^ (it)'*iJi ^in * 


[:j..V)_4 p.in.] 

SJ. Jagannath Majumder: 

;5n^ ^ !OT? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: According to the IIlghwayN 
Act. 

Mr. Speaker: There is homething as legal ste]) which meuns that step 
permissible under law. So what is your difficulty? 

SJ. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

sptfl 5j2rT*Rr C5 c^’d} 5i?? »ii ( omHi 

swft i 

Mr. Speaker: I may request the Hon’hle Ministers to cfonhue their 
auftwers to the subject matter of the questions. 



IM ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [2^81 Feb., 

•f. MganmUi M«|uiiMiari 

>i48 mm wr faf^F®srt wwh ^^?rff»T-?n»55Ri «iira wwut 
iCBfw, TORT *iwr w>r toioe aii cwi;^«t 

Tht Hofi’liia Khagemlra Natti Piu Cu |ita; 

»a?t w5' I 

Si« ^igifiiialh MaJuiiMier: 

afro 5TT f^? 

Tut Hofi’bla Khagandra Nidh Das Cufila: What is the meaning of 

proceeding further ? 

SJ. NlranjMi Sangufitas 

tafw i ^ 

wnr tofaw w ^i»(k8 WRr^^pr ^ ^ 

sn, "5^ vfl’^R J?{m ^\ <11^ ^5rti?F»R wm ^ f^? 

The Hon’blo Khagandra Nath Das Gupta: 

npi^ war OT5T OTT^FRTO CTT^PTWfl 

TOOT I CTO CTO C'flTOfl^f ^5C*f?f Wm TORT C5^ TOOT, 

cror 5RfTO cw to toot i 

i|. NIranJan tangupta: 

CTOCR C>(St to toot ^ fRFi TO TO’fT^'O SITW TO TOOT? 

Tha Hon’bla Khagandra Nath Das Gupta: 

TOff c^ ^f«=TOP" Ito; TOn?r c^ i 

t|. Ohitto Basu: 

TOT ^^^8 5TTCTO ^TOT ^C^TO, 'TOT C^ ^15^1 WTO TOT fTO, TO ^PTO*f 
vs^aSr f»pS 5RTTOW TOi mx. \ 

Mri ipaakar: Are you giving information or asking for information? 

§!■ Ohitto Basu: 1 want information from him. 

TORT CTOaC*TO TO|--“^<!><i8 ’TTCTO ^TOT TOT JTCWOT vij^ CTO SHTOI WTO TOT CWITO 
’^CJCdOT ^TCW?T ^CJ?T7 TO^PTIRTTT ^ICtf '5ncS[ ? 

ThaHon'bla Khagandra Nath Das Gupta: 

CR^?TTO frp^ '^OT TOT ^®TTTOT OtHI W5 I 

BJ. dagannath Majumdar: 

ITT W'llRTCW^ >n5^”^^(i8 wm tx >TTO5 CWTTO TOTfTO, 

OTRT TO^irofS^ CTO ?WC?T ®ca|w TO ^tlf'sTIfl CTOT ^TfTO?T fvS^ilW®' 

TOOT f"-5?T;W CTO vflTTTOT CTOR 1^? 

Hr. Spaakar: Do you know the nature of the circular which has been 
disregarded ? 

Bit dagannath Malumdar: He has said that circular in this respect has 
fM^n issued that the refugees who started business before 1952 legal action 
will not be taken against them unless alternative accommodation has been 
found for them. ^ 

Hr* Spaakar: You just now said that the circular was disregarded — 
what is the contents of the circular? 



Jigamiath Majuimltrs 

1^, jm ^5TO« 

^ tot mM cw 

Mr. Sfietkar: Mr. Majumder, 1 may teii you that if 1 were the Minister 
I would have asked you to tell me what were the jmrticulars of the circular. 
I think ‘^Dayer Bazar" is a market place — it is a locality and there may 
be one t>ersoii of that name and there may be a dozen such persons. 

$]• dagaiMiatli Majumder: There are two such cases and the Hon’bie 
Minister knows it. In these two cases the order or instruction has been 
disrej;arded. 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das CupU; 

S|. Jagannath Majumder: ^ ^ ^ 

WRsfl? SRTT^nSfC^ fWWPTT ^Wld dl«l-<aar-dlT CfR IRW^ 

^ ciJT^aw C5i$ 

Local M.L.A. to Sj. Fazlur Rahman. 

The Hon’ble Khagen dra M ath Dae Cupta: 

^ c^frow 'Q i 

8J. Niranjan SengupiU: 

fer^ JTOT ^ wnr iot ? 

Mfi Speaker: You should ask '‘Will the Hon’ble Minister kindly 
examine the matter". 

The Hon’ble Kh^endra Nath Das Cupta: 

mx vu^t otnrt vusoSt 

teirl 5 t:ot i <i^TOr tot ^hds ^ncro erowr to ctotst to 

vArroroisf^ i?TTOf zjto*5i i 

8J. Bankim Mukherjee: ^ 

SIR5T1?I Wt 1?? ^ cSf^TSTTSl <3 TO 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Cupta: 

7^^ 7^*^ mi TOT 5? I 

8j. Bankim Mukherjee: 

fefd ui =9^ zS^m wi troj frocs c^d mfJ'fro c^fronr 
v£icdfs[5T fror? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das Cupta: 

aJf^srm dr to ^ to i 

8J. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

^pfrosTTO 35»fTO vfl^t WfW TO^ CTO— TOT dTCTO WZH ^CTO. 

'STCTO CTO? n^TTTO *^ICdd ? 

The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath Das CupU: No. 

8j. Pabitra Mohan Roy: 

7f«^ c^rfef ?TOr cdcdd f^? 



ISI ASSEMBLY PSOCEEMNOS [21st /Peb,, 

•|. fijoylif ariatte|iB<ffiy8y: 

mm mrcn wm mm mid 

C1WR?? tm *(?w^PK?ni 

TMi Honniile KluigefHfra Nath Das Gupta: 

-* 17 ^ 25^3tfa i 

ilanah 8. M. Faz lur Rah man: 

m ^ cro mm mix 

w sp!rt awf ? 

The Hen’ble Khagendra Nath Das Gupta: 

^ ^ HTI 

8]. Chitto Basu: 

zm: ^ ? 

The tion’ble Kha^dra Nath Das Gupta: 

8J. Chitto Basu; 

van# ^ ^ i 

Mr. Speaker: 

'sow lilt* que.stiow time i-s over. AVe shall resnine the dehate. 

4 — 4-10 p.m.] 

Enquiry Re: Date of 8peaker*s ruling 
8J» Bankim Mukherji: 

sCTn?! wrcas w m 

^smz^ 85t^ ^ ‘- g l'l^T yigCQlH I 

Mr. Speaker: I think Mr. Jyoti Basu has lohl you i'«>inethiiig about 
,t. 1 will ffive mv ruling- on TueHclay next. I eonlaoted him over the 
pbone and we baa a talk. 1 said “You belter return and we will have 
i talk on this matter. On Tuesday I will give my ruling*’. 

8]. Bankim Mukher]ee: 

^5T?rw 3TO5 Sbsfrw alww m 

mm zSfwm mm ♦(? 

Mr. Speaker. That must have been the case. Sj. Antbica Chakrabarty 
nl«o telephoned to me — be wanted to see me. I said ‘‘Very well, you 
[•ome and see me during recess”. 

SJ. Bankim Mukherji: 

voJt cw*R I to vc^ ^ isfFn i 

Mr. Speaker: I will let you know. 

SJ. Bankim Mukherji: 

vfltRa wrfj? ^ TOffd ^rcmbH? 

Mr. Speaker: If you will kiudijs' come to my chamber, I will discus.s 
die procedure with you. If you agree, well and good; if you do not agree. 
K& will see what we can do about it. 




, DEBATES ON OOVEBNOM^S SPEECH 


m 


ifjfrtMitt on tiio motion of addroso In roply to Covomor’s afioooh 
Somnatli Lthiri: 

siidrt? wiv smrm! w? w!m sirf^rc^ 

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ASSEMBIiT FSOC^DmOS 




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CAAT?T ’ffiPf® *1P® A^ ®C® ®TtCA ®ITO ATPITCTC®® 'JAAl® CTJ® C®»ft ®fiA. <51??® 

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debates on OOVIENOK’^ speech 


m 


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^rpITO ^ ^ I TOOPI? TOW SW'?<IWCfe i 

w 88 i^i^TO TOW srcm id ?ww »6w«i«i J!^ unrtroi ^ trorro ioo 


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'U^ TO d sta^a^ “TSTOr 51 ® *lt5 TO^I (Hit TO»TO Sn^TO 

fro totoI toItoIto c5K5t_?iT«n 5X?iw > >111 TO»«fm snfero W tro towwI 
4'»l'bi<l<II ifWl 4TO-TOTPW Sf^f^fTOW C*1 4fsiTO Pf'eiT 05W I TOTO 

i^do 5rm CTO TO*® TO toto^ toWIpw ^ifmca >«4 toj^ c»to 
TO I 'fw* 5[i'^1®i®i if »fl5 dm 4t 5ITO TO CTO*t fro; to t <ii«ncH 
do dm sntcTO totoIcto TOf1®i®T ^d dm, to ctotto to 0 % cro 80 dm 1 
C41C*^C® ^(W so dm I C®*il1« TO4TO *(W 80 dm T4*'5 *lf*5*RT^9TO TO4W 
^d dm fTO$ TO TOR C4 TOd ?ct¥ I iiilamr toto ctoi tow to tow *it«n 

C4 ^®iiT»f Sci ®T TO*T TOTO TO C4 4n^s[ TO5I# C»I$ ’lijTOII 4»®T*1W 

^sndJf 4;?d»t TOC5W, ®T JI«R« 5lf»IC5 iWCTOJf ■flPW TO? I C»T?m 4WW! CCfl *wiaw 

TOcw cTOi troic*! PfTOW irs5rt*i»d 5?rf*idm>iw miWWr wf? W5»f toi 
TOC 5 CTOdltadil liW^ SRrt SWI*W ®TPW WW Pm 4CfiTnC«l»l , ST? TOW 
5®T, ^4W ?C5 ®W®W ^W4W f4 ®WW C^TOTT 3W4I?r C^t®T, Srf*W 

4ii 5tPfC5 W^St 4H Jl*5^ TOPW ®TPW TOC? ? 


®w*w TOW TO? c?«(TOr C4 ®i TO indr ?cw Ji^dr c?t 5 tiS?TOH. ?w crosi ?c«f 
TO tipwwRWRi toctoI TOn *tR^ ftc5r»tm awi 5 i;toh c? ^nJt^ toi wtoi i c ? 
TOP® >w4w1 TOWtow crow »ndiw c>it m^si totow tow? ^T to^i tow? 
csrsnjw c?id Wk»w Sto ^ndicw ?c? w 1 crort^J tot wrort 'y'KikKt-fi 

TOt ®% fjp TOPsfi macro ? awwr macro ®ic?a w?aw c 4R ai?«ma caft. 

T?cacro ca, to»® fenrd'mpda ca ^Sfro? ®wt a,'»®ica caro camcaro aii? 
TOC® waca ?T. >!®r fafro awe® *naca w, jmew caro c»ddc>i»d ??c® *iwca wi 

aiTOica ?®aw b TOC4 awcTOs iaa< aani^ tot mafro, cadi mroim ac? 
TO? I TOW anewiTOw TOT ®ic?a f®? afCTO $*w cm® aracTOTO a®n?w 
awT mac?. TO5 aiaala caaia arcaa ^Sfaacaa a ,T« dc a a ® ®a»a ; 'fa caimaf ^l^i^BIc? 
TOi’ii^ WRicai ?a f®»^ ca T®awac4 aprea*® ma aim ?cac? atw aaTro ®ic?a 
aiaca^ anrt a®iww tot aaaro aca aaaro aca maa ai, »rf?« ca ?r^ 
afar ®faT aTci?f?caa. ca^ Hial ca anar ?ial ®t aamac® wT®w toc® ?cac?, ^®® 
■afc dm aiw*l®i®T f?ca 1 ®w'aca ®1ai tow a^ ma aif«'a vaaEil ajaa tocto 
vfldroi ca <ia®a mar TOca l^faaa arar ma at, t®»^ iSfaaa anar aca ai arorit 
i^frocTO ca®Tc?a »nf*® ca'oai aw ai 1 a;®aTc ®Md aiaicar mac?. ®iifacad 
ca ®fafda TO®a Sc»?at caHi aicw ca A waaica d^faaa mtais ma ai ®a^ ?i a 1c ? a 
siro’f aifa® ma ii^a®a x®di aiamr aic® awi aw ®wafai >fl®di atWd aarcai 
mac?. >a^ cma annc?a c?caa towt i 

TOW TO isasdr ?5ffaa aaw aaana anc?. aaanal ®a‘dw1c?a Sto f® a®a 
TOa? TO*® ?cac?. cromaiT c?tow roii ®a'5Mlc?a acai® ®ic?a a^r^w epai 
fac®;c®a a:?>d m5c?-®ia ,§?i?aa ms? tosT® ;na is wa ®a%w1c® ?fd?i{ ®ai 
?cac?, »i;«i; faemd' m acwroia® facmd' 5®nf?a f®f®c®i ®w acar anfa 
*c?r; ^di ai odi Sarmia f?fw ai toipw mScaa wiai ?a®ia laa? a®csw wri ?a®ia 1 
ill® a*aa ?Jdi$caa S?waa mw. aicar^*s ®di5w^, iJJa aa^ 'HC’dd aoiy^fama ®w 
TOcsa.*^ ^^faacaa ca®i ®^ a?a ®w ®ca« totoI f?c9R, ma'ica’d ?c® 
mcaa fa 1 iii5a®a aw tid mro nat ®a%w^ ancro. <ii*c® acai c?«ai mac?- 

lii-» MJrvices will he no longer miuired. 



ASSEMBLY PBOOEEDIJfGS 



•6 ^*inr *$w tsnCTif’iH'iwa ^RTO'Q iSflirl 2R ft? I 

4»nBW c»wn »m*ia 

TO m\ TOCi- 

chiftracter fouad uiiflt for GoYerninent service, 

TOffcsp$ >nf^ “TOc^ »n ^ wr 5 ^ 1 ®f=T JtfsrSf^ 

jfTpri m 5§5Tm mi ^ 

WfTOf C5T WTO I ^ Tto ^^nfsi 

W ^JPTOT—^fjm SIOTfT TOT q TO *fc?r 

cSC'W'RTI ^SHCTR, ^ 

prwjodiciul io national interests. 

^8 W lOTT 1 >Q >{?RrT^ SHTI 

5:c^, ^tto oti jwi ?iT^<3?rT sr^ ?it -roi 

^®CTF ?r«fl f^, ^TSl?I ^ 2T’C^ 571 1 W7ft?JT ?IT5n ^W>|< ! 

TOf 5Tc»^ 2f3!pT»T 5iJ?n c?r, "sn^nro wsro^ 

TOT STTH-C^ ^<^11 TOI 5ps?5 

cwp ^ 0 51^ <iiCTO 1 '®rrf5i ®nf5T 57f v£j^ 

TO «nf5?. ilTO W^tJt f^FW T^tSW ^ ffpf, ^STR^I^Jl 

’spfp I ^ 'G?n^i£i5 7\tm 3TT WT ter ^qq, ^ 

^*Ji<5q >iTCfrl TOC^I 'GTTf^ >rR?T fer ^ 5T^ bO 5TOTI 

^^6q TOT TOC? ^ ffpi? 06 TOT?II KTOI 'iff^ 

'<3 5i??T?[ sn:*n Ttoft® to?i 'Q 

^OTT ;?qj 5!Ri^ -nTOST, srw TO «in::^ m, xrfep 

TOT w1^ri'<3?n tfifro fro cto toji ^ sr;:;c<^ ^ i 

^4-20— 4.;u) p.m.J 

8|. Gokul Behari Das: * 

?!rm, Tr^^frf5T^?[ ^nj^pTc^rr; r?y 5fif^ 

TOC? C^ TO? vfl?|sW ?lf?JH WT;5r!j' ^WTOTO CTOT^o?[ 

^TTOF c?c*f? w I ^if.^15 v£i?; TOq j?] ?nfq 

^iTO #T fqi?wq wc*q 5T;;fq&T< ^pn TO stt 1 c^ "sf^qrocaFf ^c? 

’SRIOT ?wr ?«! Vil^ TOITT I W PfS ?js:?ir$ TOT ^TI C?, 

TOTT » {H^4C<wt? "swVtfro frowTOi ^•q; toc?i ^5^ TOm 5 wtto?t ®*q?j 
^^TsnTO f?n^; l^r®^ ^1 -?rf»5??iw tosttt ^"TOjc??! ^ 

TOncTOt? ?iTO *f;;f«$ spread •jq^ >rsiVI^ tot? ?c?? q^?i 

'fisc?? ?TO. f?C?n?lTORI C^rST ?CTO^T TOq? ?f? ®*W^5TO ?Hw®q? 

?tTO 'q:?f?1>rc*T? cp$! tor '^^to c^iTOj to^r^r ?toh i ^srrfsi 
i£\i^ frof^ iTOFTT ???:^ ^cRic?n? c?^f^?t?;'Q c7Tf*?57 ^ 
'TO*nTOR( W TOTC?»7I f^??;;fw57 -q;pj^ WTf^TCli vljqsflJ eWPTO 

?TTO^PRT TOf? ?R1 fTOlT?«TR I ^(?l«TCsfc? CWn *!TOT fTO C^f^C^ ^ C?. 

R?rfTOF $*?T^q TO$ C^qR ?tTO?l ^suflf aTO 
c?. *?r 1? csTfi??? mi viisRfqf ?j?5Tm c? 

t?^ic?<3 IRTO? C9TPF ?TT^ I ^snf? ^tef? TSiron? ^ ^57?T ITO 

•wl? CTOF? ?W$ f?C?R( TOf cqc?'? ^£1?^ ^TOfW TO ’ I^ ^TOI m 

f??C? ^ TO TOT C?^T<3 l?R ^£l?|^.!TORn TOR « "SIT^Sf ^TTOl? TOIS^ 

?TOT? ?RT^ ?.TO ?iR?^RfR? C? W?T 

?Dlt? t^T' TO ^ 3T?*j»^^«W 5I?q TOR I OT^FTO; TOq? tJTO TOJC?57 C?, 



ilk.] DEBATES ON OOVEBNOK’S SPEECH 198 

591 w Jwm wmur sirwiin fws c*h30(, 

JRRSRT OfllfH ^9P5 C*rai* >f!Wra .11^ »| TWWW I "fW* *(fW® 

IMC® *iraw 9T -at «twTO WH ^ ^ 9W ^ aw ^ !ffi 

• 

Hfaai>CT 9 wi asicE «nfst tiiwi >i 9a >nw> naica <iiitwa 

tia'^aCi'BT PWPT 'sr*i59 « ^*PTi9 fawn ^ i •aa? tot aiPir aiwipra 
W af*®® w' WBW ar ^ w faant i 

®nfa f$, f^, ®iaw a®!?— 

^‘Beware, a man-eater is at large"’. 

^ vflt ^ CT[Cn 5 ^ITBI TO ^ CTT, 

zm; ^ 3i^iWr?r 

>f^>s5T i:?nflTipn^ ^ w '^'eifr cro 'TO i 

jpTOt W 5?1f^ a^*l 55SCTO5T W ’PTOf to ^ 

C^ ^ffi^ 5fW{;«f ^ I ^9sm 

?ri?r ^ ^ TOT 'ii^ fsrora sripro 

TO i ^TORT TO 5^ ’TW ^TORI tfTO &nTir ?fWTO^ 

^f;5Rr;;nn^ i ^ wf >pfsRW?ir w, ff6?rf«T®^ fronr afrort^f^ ^rrsr 5f;;*f^*nm 
TOClfl TOW TO ?n^ TOC^ WW T5t^5f»tv»t 

fTORT TOC? ^ f*^ TOC? C5T?r?? 'snf? ?TO 

fW'T^CTO m] C’RT m\ CTO CWC^? f?2T TOT afTOlfiTW 

‘^TTO JTT I ^ TOW ’TWi^T C? S?*T TOC??? C^ TO ^TORI >fC<Wf 

W. 'f?P5 C>T TOC*«f \fl?1C5T 3TOOT C^?T TO^ DfTOT ni$ STlt I 

^rf? TO ^ c^ >nTO? ?Tlf ^ nf?T*r5 tor i 

?[;;W tow ^«fr w toc?i ^ ^ f^iro to (RT»rt tot?t 
s?!Tr to rt. ^ TO. ’^;g ^ CR 5 (?? toc?r cr^ r^ 

C5 :r R^-RT^r^^ fRc?r c^ro c^ro 5TOf nf?«r2> ^p?n ??ri 

CR*T^ ^ J^T, Rt^I C®'3TI?J' 2ffe ^iTr R?RPIC?r? 

TOR'r To I C^ CSrSTTI StoTR^f B^'RTTO RJTTTO? TOT? 

Cii7^1i I <1 d'^RTR R<‘<PCS^ RR? C®fRT? 2ffe R?J^TC??T f?CRR •f J*i; ?IT?R^*T 
^s?fw I CR?TRTO iff?SR?R ^?<T?TfRRR CRR R?TO? ^R^SI? TO RT ?R, 

^^ICR? 2ffe CRR R^R ?TRI 5R I 


[4-U) — 4-^5 i>.m.] 

^rifsr 2rJTc»n gsRTir a| csipf ^stai^ rfiPff’WH S»ra f^pia '®ii»«fr *«n'»H 
I 'SPi^’ 5 ’G?T aaa 

I ' ^ r»i!3jf5 Pt la^ ’(f^wwHra fac»ia 5ra»r 
at? i?T»i1 pf’ssi *119 ^i5E»i pi^ »il9 jpw fro w ia9< lEia aam*! 
9 tf®Rr ^ifipnfji’m pic® *fiC 9 1 wJwai 9 !ifa a»!fl acwacai '5197919 a^icai 

C99 la f99C59 fll® 01*5^; m, uwt $wi9 9i9»«n 9C® nica fas^, c»r faW 

«f9,9'«IH awil 

affi?! cssra aim 51C99 <a9< aimf»iaii af®'>ii9 sf®a;i® jrwih frorfitcaw, 

'£la C^19 «1^*! *a99 C99I 919 91 1 

'swirra i8^ 991 SOTi? 9 t 5 i ??. w al^pB ia9i?i si;;®!? fvaj *9199 99919 wi 

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^ assembly BBOCEEBIWS [2l8T 

fufr ww *w^ »rafBr m sRaw!?, ®npiPii ^ spiwJrts ^ araw < 

ipfn wi ®teTOTRr wwn ^ j 

Wn ^ ^ ^n^iTO ^ 

TO? ^ \ ^ ^ ^ ^^ff»=!(^ few I TO ^ 

tTOffW, W W ^?IC9R 5^11 ^fTOR ^ ^C'i>^ ^11^ 

TOm CTO5 niC?I? TO^ W CT TO 5«f, 61^ ?CTOf 

^ CTOf ^ sni TO^ w ^srro cro? c^, ^ « §m sro 5?i, 

c*i^ fiwp r5»if^ ^ ?^*to ^iHro^^rr ^ 

f^si^ C*prtl ^?C5P! ^ CTO^ CSTt“fR ^TRT 

[At this Hfage the House wns adjourned for 15 minutes.] 

[After adjournment.] 

[4-66 — 5-6 p.m.] 

•]. MiMrM Ghattarjae: 

Sf^:;* iBUfHf Ji?m, VH^v uwi^irsi ^ ®rac*ra a«ra »(T»6?iaR*iia ^'s'snpi 
w sppnr, Pi^ *i*RfRi ^«n ®cit*( <toiiw i Pit *win ati®w ®?iw? 
«tm >mni pi ’i'^ '$1a w, ^iPia *iT»i>»w<sn?i 

OT ^ *W Wisai «iit>I'6 ?'e?n?I >I*^PR1 I 'it “l sw aws 5II«II f’f ’iT«*ll*l 

snroai PP»a1a ^la^ oa an? wt? ■'H'S?! area pi 5i*apa can^ 'biwt 
fat® *110151 ^1 f^ asotOR ta *ff»wa*n Jiaana cas»s^ M®5ita^ ^ 
wtaf »nt? *it5 aw 5»i 6i®ai C60it?5ii aiwiwc^ta ajs^^ti, fa’ia'taa^^jnt 

.* tar? fai^ »iaWt a’^taa anf^arsTa eiait cn^a, aitaiwia awisai wm i®fapi« 
fsiSpii sn I *ai*rtsr5ia *ia w»i awa "nasi ’Pf'a a5:a asaaia ’teats eWfa stiwcaa 
ant? ?wif®?n ?at® ?ti?i 

Dr, KamiW Bhattacharyva: 

K’lT^ia *t 5 T*ia. ct?iai tatfl pit, a^si waia cro aipi 5t^ f^i 

anfa SHI 

t|. Jagannath Kolay: I nm here. 

8J. Nepal Ray: 

®Ta *ftf%^ sTtr ?^t*i tatw»$ aotc?5i, ara f^ tnt, ^ma ? 

8], Mihirtal Chatterjee: 

anan ai®;i1?i»§ C4»a1a aiaantaa an? taw >npp *il6 aw 51 ^ ts^ a>cac?-i 1 
f?»^ f? *ifa?w sw att»n ai^’ft’i’S w’ala aiWpipSa ^i? wc? *fitaR pi ai^apa 
ai ' ?i *n*i ®aan fat® *nta5i fii 1 a^ a;j*( ?a, a?taa *(a a?a ata it fw^iajA artaii' 
Ptwa area an^ta? 

ann*n»i ®ta af®ia at»ie? 5 i ta, ?a::aw^ *tfaap»*i 5 na »aiai ara ant? f^»w 
iaRi eifat® aw Pitsa aiw ?ai ?tat?i aww si?i»ia. an^if;! iat *if» wait»na 
y^aw’i'bia aiaw *npti f*i*Mt *iw«i ta, anaat aaiaa it wi "^pi '^laf? w •iSv^wf 
•ifaapwraw *naipi ?a »w iasa eifat® waitas ?ai ?ta 1 it ?a?iw 1 *ifa- 
aMt^ i l^ faaVia w? ata? aaaa *i 7 a' »ia»® tian aaa ata siai’® a ai ?ta t? 1 it 
ajllaff^ 4 »w iaa aif? aioia araT pis ?aia aai 1 fa»? tat *ifaa»*Piia *na 
sntf f®? iw iaa erf? ewpre *na tam? *if»5Jiaw *reaWi a tfao m aart ar 
V ifaawBWia aai^ ®tcaa ai? wta it aai aiaai >i,»*i‘i}®na awe® sit 



195i|i DEBATES ON QOVERNOK'S SPEECH 18# 

/fi' 

’flip? nr iw wfir ♦nw, «pi Wf 

’iRWi cwiR PR 5iw ^ *anr iffro w«! i?w ^ «w 

tflnr tT n c^ wnmr wr cn? ♦irtw Jfn i wrIh njmr , ^fsr 

tflii w ^ m?nVr w wf^rc^ Vtenw nr myn? 

4wr nwra aRT wfr cjr5 mT?r i aw »imr artny nay 

V5 iirnr wfsr naiTi^ ^srinn w*n nafnnr ^rlt 5!*aw awwra nn«r 
^ fnqfii ®aw ^srmn ^ircai i faarana ^r^avs^ armr ca wr 

nn® cnaffana nnnpra wca^ wrr apafnr ca, aiir arwra innr 

affro^ »i^va>a i ig ! aR»T Swfpra «rj ^arcare W’oar aa ^ i caaiR aw 
arfn® «f1^5aTC»f W9\ prara aai, vii^; araaia pr awia ^iraa arfn^'e 
afar cnsa arawr aaps ■no ^ tafaro ^snaar aiw aaaipia an cna 
ui$r5 I napa arel a^pwia ^la^ aiawrpia ^smm nai'a gq faaca 
WR afa»r a*^ ar^ ^rr i 

^rna, arca ijaa arfaps wanR5 ar W'^aT nr ca^ra^Q afaa:a^ aa 

aroa aaara ^ aaarpia a^ fa^^r fa fawr C5^ aPR ^ writ wrta Ri 
PRarsna aac*t vij^ aip? fer aw ^flaa srfaps waraaaan aar ar$T^ arfa 
cna aaaf Swr w<rR:;a;'a a;W awa ppr C5*&t aa fai pwr anatnsa 
aya^ ama cwiR'G ♦ht^r^ C5?8i aaaia bri, pp*f*i aaray ^^^rmr ansara sri 
fatal *f;;^-feaaTa aRar aaaia sri wnpfa ^«5va»^ mara fa acs^ 

apnpR ^ ^aR 'afaw wrai ii ^ fa i wsna na canr^ 

wiana etaRaaaicaa ara^ai 'af»w«t Raara aiain^r. nro enana>Q caiM apra 
aa^a*t ^Parana aaaia caR ^afasa ^ ^f*Rra*R aaana fwRj ^tipr f^ i afa 
PFR ^afaRi f^cr ‘aiar®^, nr^ aiai^fipta ^snna ar aa^aanTa 

aicsfij ^^(^lij ^la PFR ^cpra w^iai c^a^sR 1 fa*^ a^ w^s’a nr pi ^af*F*rac*^ am 
Stwi aiv^ >T;;pn^ a$$;f wc5. PfS^fa^ ^Parana aaaia ^ ‘af»6m<Ht 
^raaaa C6^ aapR r i a^f^cH ayapaia ®?Tfe na. pr ^papa writ paR 
w*na aai ^if»Ria«^ ^raaipra an rna ^ R 1 aiwinrpia ^srapr arwai 
Pfprfa, apnmr pt anaaRia aa^i^iPFa wp^aia apa*^ ^riTvs nrm v£iat ^*^8^ 

5Tipa aiaaRia isrfsiapfa ar aia^ifaa w? fm. liim pi^ wa f*a^a nap? 1 aiaaRa 
Hjfaapia, ^a aara ^aara wn. aiaaRia Hwn ai^pi aRi aaR f®nyp4»R 
anaia wpc, ^Pfa awr aaaia wai hri Si^aii^RST ^ 'opm pnrs^ fl'^T'i> wpf 
fa»^ ^f»Rjapwia aiai eral fa*aT aiai w®^«sf;a ^OT^a wwr ^papa «i'wai afa 
wt^iwi afa TOPa prapn ^f»Ra'c«m Ra1 vcat WOT^^aca am aaaia srt maia 
PFR ai^par ^ aap® ^npR fai sialpfa ^^pai^^srpr pfpt pfoar naia 
fmarfara ^ nriwnwa aiapr 1 fmaifaraar pmr p$afa m^m 
anaia rsi fanij afna ar fai^j aifna a®^a^aaR®TPi aiuai cmp? i ara amaia 
ar am^iara nay can n® 5ia*ta pr^ i aam caasla maia ^ipaa aw pna 
fapicnr Sfm fiar 1 ai^sr ait^y^fl?! to 7(rc^ ©f^inr ^ cata faprpR, pfr^ 
ar^iffvaa to ^ ma facaPRi ppJir nR^cW^ca ^<iif g^R,a T faa cnwtS 
«irat artm ^i^cn*da oopa en^r;aTfaa pnpnS oq^ to jraif^r® nap? 1 b4> ^raia 
PFR^ ai^ aipp ^'car aia ^isra fa aiawr aRiapR ^af*Ra*^ nraia : upat wr® 
®f?pf Srasra air® ari^f faaa nr ina aiawr maia fa apiPR? opt to aips 
^naR^F*aa mi arawr fa apipR? ^ a^pra? w ^aa W*?^ to vnnarn^ R 
apr acTOT to wroa ^qfaar pip? froaa, aro « a ai anaa aro. 

naaiaaiw f m aro « arro g r a war frog 1 Raiaa t»na fpot to faro 
nna Ri arwrwpa PFiara Siai ppw« 00 Siar Rtro to apJta-asfaarpr 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS [21^t Feb., 

. 00 iJl4i TO ?l*iw I 4i(i«n ^TOTOf WH'WJ*C CTOfE^ TOfBWR 

CTO»ff CT, »i^»> TO CTt 6ryi orri? eicti toi'bp^^to 

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[5-5 — 5-16 p.m.] 

Sy^ Badrudduja: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I am extremely grateful 
to you h)r giving me an opportunity to take part in the debate this after- 
noon. Sir, the (lovernor^s Address makes significant omissions and refers 
never to the failures ot this administration in various directions Sir I 
do not for a single moment ignore or in any way. minimise the significance 
oi various irrigation and (»ther schemes undertaken bv the (iovernmeni 
tor stepping up industrial or agricultural production in the laml 
nor do 1 shut my eyes to the attempts of this Government to combat the 
various forces generated by the ill-fated partition, to stabilise conditions 
in this country when the Eastern Bengal refugees streaming across th^- 
border in successive waves threw ti cliallenge to the patience, to the 
wisdom and sagacity, to the skill and administrative efhciencv’ of this 
admmistraiiou. 1’lu'\ inlegiated with consummale skill the disintegratino 
forces of the country towards political an<l social evolution. I ani grate"'- 
ful to thi.s government for all that it has done. I df» not also minimise 
the sigiiitii'a nee ot the pi\)gress that has already iieen achieved liy this 
admuiistrnt ion in various spheres. 

Tlie target for roiul development in the First Five-Year Idan '*95 

miles of National Highways, 45d miles of State Highwa\s and i:45 mdes 
of District roads—was reacheil before the end of the Plan. Td to tlie end 
(d the Fir^t Five-Year Plan the taiget ot the aiea of l.n>i h, j,t irrigated 
was ;;i.l per cent., the Second Five-Year Plan envisaging of; per cent * 
Social SerTices in tlie Second Five-Year Plan alone accounting for do per 
cent, of the total expenditure. But despite these colossal schemes of 
social reconstruction des]>ite all the measures adopted by this Government, 
it appears that the food position has not yet appreciably improved. 
Tliougb tbe overall industrial production showed certain increase in 1957 
over the previous vear. yet organised production is much too small an 
amount of the total picture to warrant any complacency on the part of the 
.ndministratiou. As has Iwen (^id down by the Guvernment 'tself, the 
general index of agricultural production in India with the crop year ending 
1950 us base rose from 114,3 in 1953-54 to 123.0 in 1956-57. " The index 
of total foodgrains, however, which was 119.1 in 1953-54 dropped to 114 4 
in 1954-55 and 113.5 in 19554)6, rose again to 119.6 in 1956-57, showing 



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iimlly no iiioraiM»e irliatsQew. file indax of rioa prodnotioii^ iktingli 
DOS finctnationfl, lioi^eirer drojpped from 118.6 m l^56-W to 118.1 in 
JiMT, again recording no upward trend. In Weat Bengal, p^tioti.in 
of lice wUcli was 5.2 million tone in 1958-54, dropped to 4.84 pillion tone 
in |95G-^7. TLue deepite all the measures Uikeu, all the schemes, tiudor- 
taken by this Government, the position remains almost stationary. ITkis 
is why the Governor has struck a dismal note at the outset of her si»eeok. 
We will be short of our requirement, as my esteemed friend Mr. Millur 
Lai Chatterjee has just pointed out, by 7 lakb tons of cereals this year^ 
something dismal, something disappointing, something disoouragiug, 
something hopeless, something not consistent with the assurances that 
have been held out by the administration from time to time. 


8ir, 1 will not dilate upon this matter because time at my disposal dues 
not permit my indulging in details. On the other hand, Sir, the high 
rate of investment rising from 348 crores in 1953-54, 476 crores in 195455 
rose as high as ti(i7 orores in 1955-56 and 761 crores in 1966-57, mounting 
up to nearly 900 crores in 1957-58. As a result the money supply has also 
gone up from 1794.6 crores on March 31st, 1954 to 2240.2 crores on 
August Olst, 1957. But between them, Sir, these two factors have been 
responsible for generating intiationary forces which have had a decisive 
effect u})on consumers' cost of living. This is the whole jiicture at the 
present mouieiit. Of course towards the end of the year 1957, because of 
certain anti-inflationary measures adopted by the GoverniiuMit of India and 
the Reserve Bank, the price position has become slightly easy towards llie 
end, liiih had some effect upon jirice.s of commodities that had gi>ne up. 


The general price imiex which declined by 17.6 per cent, between the 
iiiid<lie of 1953 and the middle of 1955 rose by ns much as 23.4 by the 
middle of 1957. But due to a series of anti-inflationary measures adopted 
by the Governmeul of India and the Reserve Bank, the i)ositif*n has 
slightly improved since then. Is that, Sir, the output? Is that the sum 
total of the effect of the measures adopted by this Government.’' 


Sir, time does not permit my referring to tlie various aspects of ihe 
administration; I will only refer to the Government’s latest move to have 
done away with cordons in the districts so that there may be free move- 
ment of rice. Unfortunately, however, people in the border areas are 
still suffering from the same disability. You know Murshidabad district; 
ihe paddy Rowing portion of Murshidabad is Kandi. It feeds not only 
Kandi subdivision, but other portions of Murshidabad as well. Times 
without number, have I tried to impress upon the Hon’ble Food Minister 
that the ]»eople of the Inmler areas are hanl put to it to procure their (f>od- 
stuffs. In exchange for the rabi crop which is grown in the border aieis, 
they get rice and paddy from the Char area of Murshidabad ; but owing 
to restriction imposed on movement of paddy and rice to the border areas, 
people thereof have to suffer terribly. I have not however been al)le to 
produce any impression on the Minister’s mind about their miserable 
plight. Time ai^ again have I tried to show him that nrices of rice «ind 
paddy have gone down in East Pakistan much below tnose obtaining in 
our State and that there is no apprehension any longer of the fooilstuffi 
being smuggled across the border in the neighbouring State r>f Pakistan. 
But somehow, tor reasons best known to him. for fiernaps administrative 
reasons, he has not seen his w^uy to im}}TOve the condition of the people 
there. The few fair prices t»hops that have h^en there have been much 
too insuiicieut to cope with the fast increasing demand of the jieople. 
This is not all. As 1 have already pointed out to the Revenue Minister 
that Inverse Sheet, prepared during the recent survey has made a 

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pitiM mcM 4^ the wkole atair. Uiucntimlona aiid dishcmeat Amina i^t 
up to the Atteatetion Officera, prompted bjr ili^al ffratifieatioBB, tove 
i practically robbed and fleeced the people of the border areaa-^har arena 
Eaninagar and JuUungy. They have made repeated repreaentationa ; 
but nothing has beeii doiio so far; all representations have prrved of !no 
avail. To add to their distress all the more, to add to their miseries all the 
more, even representa^ons made to the Attestation Officers have been of no 
avail. Even officers, deputed for the purpose of making enquiries for 
corr^tion of entries, have been of no use to the distress^ peojne with the 
result tlmt people thereof drag on their miserable existence day in and day 
out, without hardly any relief, unrelieved by any ray of hope from any 
quarter. ^ 


Sir, these are not all. I shall now refer to the question of licences for 
carrying paddy be^nd a certain limit fixed by the Government. 
Assurances were held out to poor agriculturists of the deficit areas, parti- 
cuiarJy in ^Murshidabad, that they would be allowed to carry paddy up to 
ijiaunds 35 seers from the Char ureas without any licences; but for larrv- 
ing more than 9 maunds ami 35 seers, they must require licences. 


j5-15 — 5-25 p.m.j 

These assurances were held out and the j^or agriculturists in hundretls 
oi)piied for licences. They hud to pay Ks. 3 each, they had to incur 
tnivelling expenditure for going to Berham|)ore from their respective 
places and bac^k; but they had to be disillusioned at the eleventh hour. 
Some time after these assurances had been held out, they were told that 
nothing could be done and that only hona fide traders would be granted 
licences. This is the state of things that is going on unchecked, undeterred, 
unthwarted in the civilized administration of the present Government in 
the twentieth Century. I shall now refer to the displaced Muslims of the 
State. I am not one of those who would iu any way deny any facility or 
giudge an) sjiiipathy or co-operation to refugees that have come across 
the border. They are our own people-brothers and sisters— blood of the 
paiue bk)od, bone of the same bone, flesh of the .same flesh. Thanks to 
the efficiency, wisdom and sagacity of this Administration, the Govern- 
ment have tried to accommodate them far as possible. Yet more W 
to be done. But may 1 at this stage impress upon the Administration 
that, in violation of Article 15 of the Constitution which lays down that 
there should be uo discriminatiun ajgaiust any citizen of the State, 
fundamental rights of the citizens of this State have not been protected, 
the guarantees provided iu the Constitution have been observed more in 
the breach than in the performance. I would ask the Government to open, 
by all means, their purse-strings to provide facilities for East Bengal 
refugees as much as possible. But may T also appeal to the Government 
to sympathise with thousands of unfortunate citizens of this State who 
have been uprooted from their home and hearth. Cut off from the real 
moorings of life, they have drifted on the sea of cruel disappointments all 
along me line. I would appeal to the Government, in tne name of 
humanity, to restore them tneir lands and properties of which th^ have 
been deprived for eight long years. Only the other day the Hon’ble 
Belief and Eehabilitation Minister stated on the floor of the House that 
owing to the fact that the results of the Enquiry Commissions appointed 
by both the West and East Bengal Governments in this connection have 
not yet been out, nothiug ta 4 )Lgible or appriciable oould be done by the 
Government with regard to the people affected. These poor people have 
th^ to suffer lor eight long years. 1 am not speaking of those displaoed 
KusUms who are covered by tbe DeUii Pact. I am onfy speaking of those 



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persons of the State who neyer left this eountryt hnt have been 
dra||||ig on since 1950 a miserable existence in this State, alter having 
bee^^^iispossessed ot their lands and properties eight years They 

are aitisens of this State, entitled to ^e same status, the same position, 
the same fi^eilities, the same opportunities, the same fundamental righi.s 
which .au.\ and every citizen oi India is entitled to. But unfortunately, 
in the name of the Constitution and Constitutional properties, in the name 
ot inudameutal rights incorporated therein, in the name of the guarantees 
provided in the Constitution for all sections of citirons, in the name of 
the Secular State, they have been deprived ot their legitimate rights. 
These Muslims have not been given real protection in this Secular State. 
iSi^, this i> the unfortunate tragic position with which we are faced at the 
present moment. The Muslim community, Sir, is the largest minority in 
India. I have pointed out, times without number, that the most 
neglected, the most despised, the most ignored section of people, that 
constitute an integral ]>art of the Indian nation, have been aenied their 
fundamental rights in the name of the Secular State. They have no 
quarter, no shelter, no recognition, no appreciation, no encouragement, 

tacilitie'j, no op]u»rtunities in any sphere of life, and domain of thought, 
any held of activities. Half-a-dnzen Ministers here and there, one or two 
Amhassadois apiiointed by, the Government do not touch the fringe of the 
whole problem. I um not grudging them their positions. Let them have 
more of opportunities, more of facilities, more of honour, more of 
emoluments. Let the (foverument have more Muslim Ministers. I do 
not grudge tliat. What 1 am saying is that those gentlemen over there 
do not solve the community’s problem. A few crumbs from others’ tables 
might satisfy a few individuals, but not certainly the demand of a fast 
growing community of fifty millions, with a great past, with a great 
history, with a great culture and cultural hegemony behind, with a positive 
and significant contribution to the political social and cultural life of the 
country. I want that in this State elementary rights of citizenship, 
fundamental rights .should be implemented and guarantees provided in the 
Constitution should be observed not in the brea^ but in the performance. 
My esteemed friend Sj. Jatin Chakrabarty very rightly sairt yesterday 
that justice should not merely be done, but it must also appear to be such. 

Coming to the question of unemployment, I must say that it is a serious 
problem. But there is lack of imagination in dealing with this colossal 
problem. Our educated youths are faced with the gloomy prospect of 
cruel disappointments all along the line. Many of them are ^cidedly 
more educated, more resourceful and promising than most of us here. 
Given opportunities, proper facilities, the real scope for the play of their 
genius, of the stuff they are made of, they might develop into great 
politicians, great administrators, great thinkers, great philosophers and 
great statesmen. They might contribute magnificiently towards the 
political, social, cultural, moral and spiritual reconstruction of the common 
mother-land. They are, however, being shut out of twsitions of tnis^ 
The Government of West Bengal, in spite of ail the efforts, in spite of all 
their endeavours, are not able to provide them with jobs. What a dismal 
picture! For only eleven hundred (1,100) appointments, forty-six 
thousands (46) of our young hopefuls had applied some time ago. 
Naturally about forty-five thousands (45) had to face disappointments. 
That is the position today. I do not, for a single moment discredit ihe 
efforts, I do not, for a single moment, dispute the noble endeavours of 
Government in this direction; but there is a way tb get out of this difficultv. 
Stop retrenchment by all possible means. Take one thing at a time. Do 
not take too many things at a time. You will be in that way investing 
huge and colossal sums of money with no appreciable results whatsoever 






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Sitftply take tip one thing at ^ time. Try to solve and improve the agjfi- 
ctilitiral condition. Try to have more and more increased industrial 
production. Stop retrenchment. In this way you can reduce unemptoy- 
ment to a very great extent. In this connection, 1 cannot but make a pass* 
reference to Mnslitn yotlths. Sir, after Muslim officers of tiiis State had 
o])ted for Pakistan, a vacuum was created which could not be filled up. 
1 do not blame the Government for that. I do not charge this Adminis- 
tration for not having been able to fill up this gap. I simply want to point 
out with all the emphasis at my command, that Muslim youths are not 
getting jobs; all doors of employment being practically banged in their 
face after partition. 


TlM Hofi'hia Siddtitha Sankar Roy: Question. 


Janib syali Baiirtlddllja: You may question. 


(At this stage the honourable member reached his time limit but was 

allowed to speak.) 


daaab Syad BadfUdduJa: Sir, my friend over there has questioned my 
statement. But facts are more telling than fiction. 1 shall show that not 
merely in the judiciary, the executive and the police, but also in ail other 
services, Muslims are conspicuous by their absence; even ministerial jobs 
being denied unto them for these te.i long years. 1 have appealed to rhe 
Honourable Chief Minister, who has been so generous, so accommodiiling, 
so sympathetic, so kind in the matter of admission of Mu.>hm students in 
the Medical and Engineering Colleges, to lay down the standard of 
qualifications for posts in the variou.*, Services as in the ca.se of admission 
to the Colleges referred to above. If numbers determine tbe character of 
the Administration, if quantity determines the shape of the (Government, 
if numbers count and put a party in power, even though the party may he 
in the majority of one, if ministers and deputy ministers are appointed, 
irrespective ot any political, cultural, intellectual or educational norm or 
stan^rd, why should not six million.s of Muslims in the State have their 
share in the various services by virtue of their numbers. But I do uot 
even go so far. They should have their share in the apiKiintuieiits, 
consistent with a rea8(»uable standaid of efticiency. Sir, are we to under- 
stand that the party, which is lacking in numerical strength, will not be 
entitled to any position, any status, any recognition simply because it 
happens to be in a minority. 


Sir, we have had these days glib talks about the theory, theory of 
oo-existeuoe. But can the oppressor and the oppressed, the persecutor 
and the persecuted, the exploiter and the exploited, the haves and have- 
nots, the majority and the minority, democracy and autocracy, co-exist.^ 


If the majority community and the minority community are to exist 
together; but if the minority community have no quarter, no .shelter, no 
recognition, no encouragement, no np])reciation in any sphere of life or 
activity, under the rule of majority, I cannot conceive how the majt>rity 
can have the right to enjoy the confidence of the minority. I do not 
any reason how they can do it. 


t5-25-^5 p.m.] 

tj. Mlkim lOhaMlra Kift Mr. Speaker, Sir, at the outset I thank 
for giving me an opj)6rtuiiity to speak out my mind on the subject. 
White supporting the motidn tahM by honourable member Sj. Bhnatananda 
Tarkatirtha, I big to lay before you a few of my observations. Her 
fJxceilenCy the Ootetnor has given a graphic, tme and correct picture of 



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the {iableiiis and policies of tke State. She has preaeAted befpre us tlie 
diiiciPies tliat we have to face this yep and also about the a<^ieveiAents 
of tlM> government last year. The principal problem im doubt that ha.^ 
got to be tackled is the food problem and much criticism has been made 
on this matter. A clear picture also has been presented by Her Excellency 
in the address and she has frankly admitted that there has been and will 
be a huge deficit this year but if the people of the State oo-operate and 
take more wheat products, the problem will be solved. Sir, you know 
that most of us take wheat product's on oue side of the day, ahd if we 
induce other^t who take rice o!iiy to use wheat products, there would he 
absoiutely ihj (iithcuity as wheat is available in profuse quantity. Sir, 
adverse criticism has been made and levelled against the 8ug|:estion, but 
I do not find any sense in that sort of criticism. Mlien rice is not avail- 
able. why should we not use wiieat ? People should be taught to change 
their habits of diet jmrtially in this problem State. Dr. Ghose — with duo 
res|)ect to him — has made certain concrete suggestions no doubt, but those 
suggestions, even it they are accepted and worked out, would solve the 
problem partially next year. But in case of drought and other adverse 
elements over which no human being has any control and due to which 
crop failure is bound to take place it wouln be impossible to tackle the 
situation. Sir, science cannot and has not been able to control the 
elements as yef, and no scientific method can prevent the drought or 
storm or other natural elemenls. Her Excellency in her speech lias 
pointedly stated that the croj) failure hi'^t year was due to drought. Of 
course, I would agree to say that tliere are avenues of lurther development 
of land so tliat they may yield more crop and the lands, which are lying 
fallow and uucnitivated, may be made cultivable. But there are very 
little quantities of land in West Bengal winch are lying waste and even 
those lands are not fit for cultivation. If possible, certainly all sorts of 
efforts sfiouid be directed to improve lands and to make tliem cultivable. 
The constructive suggestions given by Dr. Ghosli regarding agriculture 
and agWculturi^ts are welcome, and our Government would be ready to 
accept valuable suggestions from whichever quarter it comes. 

Begarding refugee problem wliich is tlie only other more or less 
permanent problem of the State, it i^ not likely to be finally solved in the 
near future iiiile-s, Sir, the Duiidyakuranya Sclienie is translated into 
action. Last \ear if only 9,()n0 refugees came down and cros>»ed the 
border, this made the task of tlie (rovernment easier. Sir, you yourself 
had been to Dandyakaranya and studied the situation there. Yon opined 
that it is a nice place from all points of view. There can be no denying 
the fact that if Dandyakaranya Scheme is effective, the refugee proof em 
would be solved. In this connection I would request my friends in this 
House to wdeld their influence on the refugees to go over there as and when 
they would be asked to go. There may be mistakes in Government 
;K>licies, but uo sooner the mistake is detected, it is rectified. The huge 
problems of food, relief and rehabilitation require careful handling, and 
the method aud the manner under which the Government is moving are 
lure to be successful iu the long run but it would require some time. So, 
while dealing with the question of tlie refugees, I would like to refer to 
obtain unlortnuate facts that come to our knowledge every now and then. 
Sir, it is said that some refugees take loans in different districts in different 
names. It is also said that some refugees after faking loans do not 
purchase the lands or construct the hou«ie't for which fhe loans are given, 
t draw the attention of the Government <o this and I hope n careful enquiry 
dioiild be made to see whether those who take loons just utilise flu* same 
5or purposes for which the loons are given, otherwise the very foundation 
af the policy would be shaken. When the refugees are struggling to settle 



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down, ihd Oovemment has been helping them in all possible ways bnt at 
the same time it is the duty of every one of ns to see that the Government 
is not cheated by black legs. 

Begarding the anestion of unemployment, Sir, many thingu have been 
saicL The fact imdoubtedly is that a large number of young men are 
unemployed and it is another problem which is almost impossible to tackle 
with. Eveiy year, educated young men come out of the Universities in 
thousands, out there is absolutely ve^ little chance of employing them. 
Sir, instead of throwing mud at the Grovernment schemes, I would like 
to know what should 1^ the concrete solution of the problem. A big 
factory at Durgapur or a few hundreds of primary schools would not 
accommodate even one per cent, of the unemployed youths. I personally 
confess that I have thought over the matter. 1 could not find out auy 
solution. I would humbly request my friends on the opposite side and 
also this side, specially the leaders of the opposition who have long 
experience, to give some concrete suggestions in the matter. It is, of 
course, out in the air that the Bengali young men are not being 
accommmlated in certain firms which are oontr^ed and managed by 
persons other than Bengalees, and I hope, Sir, our Government would 
certainly look into the matter. Regarding the qut^stion of unemployment 
I would suggest that a strong committee consisting of experienced members 
of this House should be formed and they would go into the matter and 
suggest ways and means to solve this all-important problem. 

Sir, before I sit down, I want to refer to a certain point which has been 
raised by honourable member, Sj. Soinuath Lahiri. He has said something 
about the unfortunate worker who has committed suicide. He was wor^ 
ing in the Howrah Cotton Mill and he put the whole blame upon the 
Government. Sir, what I know of is this that the workers struck work 
for days together and became violent and cases after cases were started. 
The result was that loyal workers were not allowed to go and ultimately 
the mill authorities had to declare a lock-out. So, I would ask just now 
whether the blame should be placed at the doors of the Government or 
against the leaders who fomented the strike and were indirectly responsible 
for the death of the young man. 

With these words, Sir, I support the motion. 
fb-8b~5-46 p.m.J 

Dr. Abu AMd Mil. Obaidui GImi: Mr. Speaker, Sir, to my mind the 
(lovemor’s address was a masterpiece of a very imaginative narrative, far 
from realities and actual conditions, and sidetracking the main issues and 
tasks facing the Government. It has made two very modest claims — I 
will narrate them also. One is about malaria control. I am ready to 
congratulate the Government — the Malaria Control Department — for ita 
success. But I beg to submit that the bulk of the spade work was 
already completed during the war years by the British Government. There 
was also another factor. During the war, a very cheap and effective 
anti^malaria drug — Mepacrine — was made available to the people. This 
indeed found its way to the remotest village of Bengal. Similarly, we 
have notr-a-days very few Kala-asar cases. This is due to the progress of 
•oienoe. 

There is another claim mhde that the Government has set np 300 Health 
(Mftlres all over the State. The figure is impressive, no doubt when we 
^at in 1048 there were only three such centres. But the Govern- 
asent forgets that the First Five-Year Plan had the target of having 650 



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Centres liere, and by now we would expect tbem to baxe at 
such centres ail over the State. So, their aehievement is barely dO 
cent, of their target. Then, a question has been rauied that these 
Health Centres are not to develop in an area which is not covered by the 
N.E.S. Block. I am surprised at this, I do not know — it might be the 
Government of India’s instruction. But should not these Health Centres 
have priority over the N.E.S. Blocks? So far as the health of the State 
is concerned, I should think that Health Centres should be started wherever 
there is need for them, and N.E.S. Blocks may or may not follow in that 
area according to the needs of the situation. Besides, I definitely know 
that there are many Health Centres, situated within the N.E.S. Blocks, 
which are complete, but they have not yet started functioning. 1 can 
give you sjiecific instances but, 1 am sorry. I have not the time and I cannot 
narrate them all just now. 


Mr. tpcakcr: Would J-OU like Health Centres for males or females? 

Dr. Abu Asad Md. Obaidul Cbanis For both. 

As for the omissions from the Governor’s address, they are colossal — I 
have no time to narrate them also, I will just state a few: 

(1) There is no mention about ejudemics. I do not know how long we are 
going to suffer annually from the scourges of cholera and small-pox. The 
fact is that Government has not yet moved in the matter of better, safer 
and continuous water-supply, better sanitation and better drainage. As 
lor preventive inoculation and vaccination, the combined machinery of the 
Government and the Calcutta Corporation is not adequate to cover the 
entire jjopulution. Even if they could do it, the fymi)h and vaccine 
production cai)ucity of the (biverninent and the Corporation is absolutely 
inadequate. In this connection, I beg to remind the Government that the 
Calcutta Corporation, at last, has recently, under the able leadership of our 
May(tr Dr. Triguna Sen, taken up seriously the anti-epidemic campaign in 
consultation with the Indian Medical Association, the Bustee Federation 
and various other representative organisations. But our Government 
seems to sit absolutely tight over this mutter. 

(2) Then there is the (jue.stion of tuberculosis, the Great Killer, as 
described by the press. TVe do not know what Government has dona 
about it. We Lave heard about the construction of a Tuberculosis 
Ho.spital. But is that the whole solution? I should have thought that 
early diagnosis and early treatment with anti-biotics are the main things 
in controlling this menace. But, as for early diagnosis, I have not heard 
of anything being done for the screening of the entire populatif)n. As 
regards early treatment, the very restricted distribution of antibiotics — 
Streptomycin — has been further restrict^, so that at present there is 
hardly any free distribution of Streptomycin to the poor patients. This 
is an expensive treatment and the poor people of Bengal cannot afford to 
have it unless Government comes to their rescue. 

So far as construction of Tuberculosis Hospitals is concerned, I would 
suggest that in the absence of huge sums of money, let cheap and light 
construction — cottages — be started all over the State near important towns 
and cities. If the cases could be isolated and treated in them, it would 
be much easier, cheafwr and better for early treatment, than a vast 
programme of big Tuberculosis Hospitals. * 

(3) Similarly, of leprosy there is no mention in the Governor's address. 
By starting a hospital for le|)ers in a district, fevernment has just created 
another ghetto for the lepers. That is no solution, either medical or sociaL 



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If tiie lepers could be accommodated in different nearby places for treat- 
men:, it would not disrupt their social and economic life. In fact, 
arianKcment should be made for sending specialists to all sucli centres in 
all cities and towns. 

0 

i 4 ) There is another omission, and that is about mal-nutrition. The 
O'*''rjior is discreetly silent about it. Mass poverty is increjtsing and 
nafu:!iily the standard of living of the peo]»le is going down, a’^id Govern- 
ment cannot do anything about it. This is another factor of public health 
importance, which is giving rise to epidemics and a large number of other 
diseases, specially tnborcolosis, which could be avoided by simply a sort 
of positive health programme. Ilecentl\ , we have seen a statement to the 
effect tliat a large number of i)eptie ulcer cases here are due to semi- 
stnrvation eond tions. I do not know whether the Government has taken 
any note of it. These peptic ulcer cases are increasing due to mal-nutrition 
and semi-starvation conditions. 


(o) Similarly, maternity arrangements are very inadequate. Only 
about 12 per cent, of the confinements can utilise hospital facilities in this 
respect, and the rest of the iiopulatiou are left to their late and superstition. 

(t») As for the vital statistics, the Governor’s address is entirely silent 
about it — I believe, the Government is very discreet. 

(7) There is another very important omission, and that is with 
regard to the encouragement of pharmaceutical industry. Recently, at 
the reciuest of the Government of India, Soviet ex])ertH ‘investigated’ the 
Bubject. Their recommendation was that a very g\>od ]>l)armaceutical 
industry could be built uji in India at a cost of Rs. *{.") rrores. Tt appears 
to be expensive, but w'e must remember that it will save the Government 
about Rs. do crores annually in toreign exchange spent in importing drugs. 
The State Government could at least encourage the juivate pharmaceiilical 
mdiisirieiN wliich are struggling for their very ex stence. 1 have got'tvvo 
leiicrs fi\)m tlie Kastern IJiug (’o., C'alcmtta, wlio have <*nbmi^ted rei>ented 
petitions to the Government for support Mig their 'pn.Juct'!. T1 h\\ liave 
got very good productK - “ Rnunoraullen” i> one of them. is perhaps 

the first and only drug which is ac'cep'ed h\ the Health Ministry of Great 
Britain, but uufortunntely it has no place in onr llealtli Ministry. I think 
that th-'re art* many Tudian firms whicli, it emauiragcd hv the Gov*rnme!il, 
will be able to do a lot in this direction. FinalK, 1 should say that the 
pharmaceutical industry should be sponsored bv' the Go\ernment and 
should be devebqied iin.der Government supervision. 


(8) Another omission is about the reorganisation of the liealth services. 
I do not know whose brain wave pmdueed this v^rheme. But tli's has been 
done without any consultation with the Indian Medical Association—the 
only authentic, recognised and representative body of the medical 
profession. In December, 1957, the Central Council of the Indian Medical 
Association, in their sitting at Bangalore, passed a resolution and made 
very 8})ecific and very valuable recommendations. Their recommendations 
may be considered as the reooramendatioii.s of a body of specialists and 
exjierts. But our Government baa completely ignored that expert opinion. 
A* recently as 17th of this month, the Indian Medical Association, West 
Bengal Branch, came out with a memorandum criticising this reorganisation 
scheme. T do not mean to sa\^that I. as an M.L.A. on this side, am 
supporting their recommendation or tl eir criticisms in Wliat I beg 

to submit is that the recommendations and criticisms of the Indian Medical 
Association are worth very .serious consideration by the Health Ministry 
if they want to do anything on the score of health in the State. 



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|^5«45 " ' p.m.j 

Here, I would cite u lew defects only. Goverument in this reorgoiiisutiou 
scheme is trying to rope iii the top-rankiug physicians and surgeons. It 
is a kopele*s task. Persons who are used to evaluate themselves at Rs. (Jl 
for consultation and Rs. 1,000 tor oijerution, certainly Government is no! 
in a position to coinj>ensate them ami rope them in "under this scheme. 
One or two such persoii'i may he availalde. Ihit Guveniment will be weii 
advised to insist on the leatliing line ah>ne >»» iliat p^()^e,•^.>'U•s and scholars 
can he taken up in this sclienm. Kwa the junior sj)ecialusts are not j)liered 
the grade which is alluring enough To ihem. ail hough a very slight modi- 
ticaiion in the grade could ro])e in the entire lot of junior specialists with 
higher foreign qualificativn. Only the oidiuaiy g**adua(es are oflered 
slight iiicrea-e ot salary. I welcome that. Riil tli * worst jiart of the 
scheme is that it coinpletel\ ign.oe^ the non-medical employees of the 
health services. Their condition in the reorganisefi scheme is completely 
ignored. Resides, it does not envi^eg-e any iucrease in the nersonnei of 
the health .services, and tor tiiat r<^‘a'>on the piildic is ahsolulely cold about 
it. 


The existing delect in the health services is that hos])ital.s and health 
organisations are so terribly u mi ei->^ tufted that the public cannot get the 
attention which is necessar\ tor them or which tliey expect. Our State 
has got about 1(1,000 qualitied doc tors. Al>ont 7,000 are in the rural areas 
serving more than 77 |)er cent, of the jiopnlation, and 0,000 are in the 
nrhaii areas .serving less tli.ri 20 per cent, of the pojmlutioii. But the 
Gov -rnment cmiploys only 1 .‘100 n; iho'^e and the re*''! tire leil to struggle 
for their ex stem‘e. Recently the Director ol Healtli Services conducted 
a sirvey of doctors cMiriiing ic'.ss tlian Rs. lOO a month. He got prompt 
rejihcs from l\w thousand doctors, Thi^ cousidorat ion las Ocmmi cmtiroly 
Ignored in the new schemo, althoagii tl,,.ir uidisation voiild iierliajis 
clmiige^ tl]t‘ eiiliie ^ha])e oi <hing- 

I would suggest that iii>‘t'ad --t making the doctors more* o>’er-worked, 
Us (J!'vcrnm." l i< sfO! 'orng. ■’ 'In uid c‘mp!oy moic doctors. 1 wiTl 
cite only one example. A Imsy Resident lOivstcinn of a very busy Galciiita 
hoqi’tal Inis been asked to lake up the additional work of exnminingr 110 
CH^*•- undt'r the K.S.I, scjicMoc*. flow i- ii possible tor a l)Us\ Resident 
IMj' to do justice' t-o the jol» I do m»t know. 

'Ihen we come to the recorgaoisatiou of the nursing services. There 
we are .surprised to find that an utt ‘uipt has b<n*n made to downgrade all 
the cadres exc’epl “A” grade. Resales, it do<*s not pri)\ ah* any fac'ililies 
of training. It does not gruarantee employment to those who have 
conqdeted the training. I'here. is another very delicate point — transfer- 
ability of .service, because tor female nurses in particular it is very difficult 
to adapt to c^uick orders of transfers. It disrupts their family life and 
their social life. 

(0) Another omission is ambulance service. In the mofas.Hil there is 
no ambulance service at all. Even in Talcutla ambulance service is so 
deficient that even in emergency cases, two to three hours elapse before an 
ambulance arrives. 

(10) As for non-medical employees of the different Healtli siTvices, 
including Hospital einplovees, the menial staff gel only Rs, 20 to Rs. 50 
and the ciuujHounders .ami clerks get aboul Rs. 50 to Hs. 100. About 50 
per cent, of the menial staff are provided with quarters, and even among 
them one room is shared bv two or three families at tine*s. These condi- 
tions ought to (bange and improve, if ue want imf»rov( ment in health 
sercices. 



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Under these circumstances my obvious conclusion is that Government 
has absoluteJy no health plan and for that reason I regret, and I invite my 
friends opposite to join with me in that regret that I cannot support the 
vote of thanks to the Governor. 

SJ. dagannath Majitimiari 

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Mr, SpMksr: Have you thouj^-ht of the obligation? 

SJ. Jagannath Majumder: Ks. 19 lakhs will be required. 

There is tm additional grant from the American Technical Mission of 
Ks. 2 '2 lakh dollars, 

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’’WfB ^ ^ wrmw CTHi ^ cvif^ Kt(M wfsic^ ott (j cfif& 
^ <i^ W CITfCW 5ICW ^ ^nu—f^ j^RW TO*f ^fF?W TO ^RT 
^f(7r9 c*fp^ ^ TO ^ TO TO^ vfl^ w fro ^nroro to i 

^3!735TO fro TOR TOTTO To TOfOTfl TOTO^RT TOITO TOTO TOT 

TOTO frog fropsi TOT ^ TOR JTT I ^ vIJ-WT TOrffTO 

TO TOT^-^ TOCRT TOT C^T^ I SITO^RT, ^*nf5l WT?^ ^RTOTO 

«il8TP?T TOTO TOTO?r TOTS-^ TOCR[ ^itSfTO^RT ^pf^-fTOITO ^lilWl 5TOTO 
CRT, TOT^^ <nC5R ^JTOT TOl?f 5RJ, ^T^TWT >r^*TO TORT 

«Ri, ^snror wfk ^n tot ^ ^ sni ^<3 ^ to, 

’®rr*RTTOJT vflit ‘^rf^TTO^RT ’STITO TO ^I?"TOTR ^ ^TO “R5TOT (3(0; 

•TOC® 5TO ^TRTOTfl TOCTO toI^ ^RTOI^T^CT I 


TOTOT ’TTCTO TOT ^sifjf— TOTICTO TO%TO TO>TO;;f8T TOT TO TO'e?[T TO fTOJ 
^sfm Jfft® ®T fsTTOBRT TOT TO ^TT, «FfTO TO?r ^STTTTOTT^ TOT TO ^TT I 
TO ^ TO ^ *f;;^ TORT TOT TO TO'QfIT TO TO® 5?T TOC® 

VfSRi 9i;«T^ W»T^ ^ OT «T<C^I ^jSRTT C?f^ TO TORT TO*TO l?5PCff 

52F ?TCTO I WrfsT TOTORRT TO CtJTC^P f^TCTO f^TCTO CTOTO^ i!>HV ?TO 

‘^TT^T T^TO ’®rfC5R «il^^ dI^IWu ^TTO ®RT *TT5T to ?^2T '^TRT to®tcto 

WTOP IR^TO CTO^fR*t TOR W l5l4( TO?T, T^*'^ TO^T filTO C^TteRl 

TO TO TO I vfl^ TO TOTOT^ TORT W^\ sr^WcTO m CTOTO^— 

TOTSR, •T-’OUlt.fli^ ^*TOT ?nT®flw, ^®TTf? C^1^H*I vfl^Tijf^T STlRT^rfsT ^(RT 

I TOS^ TOTTT croc® TO f=TTOCTO CTO TR^. CTO^T C=T^:, 

TO^T SPTOT? ®T3T TO® ^TTTRT RT I ®T!T^1C?T RWTO TO^'TO^ ‘^ftSTR®^ TOT?T ^5RT C^ 
TO TOTT TOTO ®T TO'Q TOT R*TO TO U I TOTO ^fTO®"R TOTRT 

•5Ttf>^ tot totort r*®r to tR ®t to 

TO CR-TORT ®CJT^ CR^ I j^iifT TOT^ TORI TOT CTO TOt? I 


|6-15 — 6-25 p.m,] 

aanab LutftI Hoque: 

RTRRIiT TORP RTOTO, TOinif^lTO TOR fRC?T TOC^ f®R fWR TO fR®^ STO— 
tlTTO^r RRRT prCRH fTOTR >0 RRRT^ ®^ PrfTO fTOTtlVt^ CTO ^RR W'Q 
TOH TOCf CR, TOTCTO ^T“STORTO W®rT 4lT5R ♦ffTOTOT ^ TOC«T RfR>Q 
^11 WRT CTOTO RT<("^ OTTf*!® ^ RT I ^RRT ^TO W CTO W W 
4*Tf® TOCit, CTOJt^ ^ ^ fR I ^TTfsT RTO CR, ®®?l PfCTO TOT 

R®^ R®T®T «nP3pP RT C^, R®T CTO^ TOT^ RT^ « ^ST®T® TOTO RW 

H^RlR^ iT ^ fwlW CR R®VtR TOTO Sirf® ?[CTO ilR* TOTC*RT C*f»T TORp 

fif^ ^raRR TOCf vA-TOT CRP® toIto TOC® -TO RT rTr 
RRTRICTO R[C®RT 2Tf® RTR1R1®R'0 ?3**TT RTC^ I ®CR TOT CR, RTRTRRTOR 

iS^RR ♦rfiRTORTR TO vARCRT ♦TT’eRT RTR ?R I TOTTCTO CRCTO R® TOPT-^srf^SCRTR 
R® RTOT TOf , ^rKr Sf l RRRiff T R R® fRTORTR TOT fTO fRRTf®^ RRTC® 
TO ®TR TOT RRC5CR R? RTOTT RTO RIfT-BCRRT RRRTT »flR^ ^$T^ RfR RRRTTR TO RRRTT l 
TORRR CRfCRP CR-RR 'SWRR ♦rfTOTORT fflt[*T TOT 5[CROf, CRRR tRRTS fRRTd rIr R^W 
TOT RCRCt. R? R^ TOTO r1rC$R i®?rt TOT I^Cf ®TR aCRWRlR®T fRTO^ TOf . 

TOTTR TO TO ®W TO CRjl SCRTTO TOT rIto^R OTTRIR RP? CRR 
^rfRTORRT vHR^ vIJR;^»T RfR RRTT CR® ®TTOR ^CRR^ RFRRT ♦fT'0RT CR® <a^ fRTO^ RRT 
tRCl ^ITO I fRP*? R?CTO tRRR vfifTO CTOT aC5^ RT^ I CRRR ?RRT$ ?RRT$ RfRTORRT 
TOiil TOTO ®T CTO TORTR5TO TOT RTTOT RTCJi RT I ^RTO RR; RITO^ CRTS CW5 



im.] DEBATES OK OOVEEKOB*S SPEECH »ll 

^ wM wqf»r »R»TOr w wiwTfr ’«rm 

cvi3^ ftpy ^ ^ ^-f*TOTWfl mm wj^ 

♦rtwwRRT'e m?t to »tot yf^ro^ro ^ mw i 

di *f;W ^1 ^mR f*w^ f^iw ^snfsr 

FTO I ^ snmfsr^ fro w 

$^TO ?[CTfW C*OT Ua^rn ^srf??*5TORJ ^iPTTOT wrf^\*) TOip^ 

WT sn^-^^rsTOTT zpr ^sn^R? ^iTO 

^ JfWTRRT tff^ a»f^[ TO^, i)5TO ^rtsi 

TOC^ ^flftr ; fm$ ^TOROT WCTO ^'^PHTOC*!? "W ^snf^T ^nTOfff OTDW 

»j|>|5f$CTO =^®I^TO«?P f^»W^4>fC3T WITO W=T Cyi 4ff<y ^( ^SHW^jW^T 

iRfriTO 5^ aro m to, jjt, *nw;w wcro tottof to^i toc^ 

^ c*fw aw aT^t^iTa'fi ^ ^iviwa wcro fw-*f1anw 
fers TOT aCTOF*? TO 5RT f^TTOWST CTOTOTTO^ TOCTOTT TOT Sar® aiW •TFI 
CTO w^, aiJT 'Q ^jErfrora^ wa, cro ^wawro c^ towt faro ^ w ^a toc^ '^i 
TO sac® arw i ^ cro wca iji; >0 cBr?P5[;W r «nw tow wf*r 

WCTO ferror ^swpic^ ^tc^ 3[C^ 1 'aif^ to^, 

TOW ^ faroroi tow ^ to wwfawcro faro tot^?wr tot^ to<j 

OTH^W a,^-t»rTOFTO TOC^ ^ 3f^fTOP5^WTT ^ ^iPRI ^asTlfW* -T*^ 

TOW TO TOW wwfacacTO a^ TOW arm to stt, ^ 'srrf?! toK 

TOR W TOTOCTO ^SR TOWI TOTR?T TOTT Sfiw ^TW a;5;'f»P*FTO5T TO 

TO TO 'a^< TOR WTO wwW^ *nw vst^rr af?ra;«f snro cac^ aiciR to 
TOWT TOTW TO I ^ TOT ^TOTTO WW a^ fw WR^ R C>BW 

arro ^ 1 ^ter ^totto wctot TOfroro to;^ to aw ctotrt 
TO TOW aT5:-taawTO §an tow to tot awf?r ^ 1 

v?iw TO CTOTO sRj^nrfTOTCTO aca>Q froj to « TOwit arai^ 

fw-WRT caw TO«5 TO TOifsw o TOwla Haa aa^ va^ waia afrora 
TOW 5W I 

TOaa, TOim snR?rtaT TOrarf^rafT to'str am-a^TO??r anarca^ fawa 
TOwai TOaa, mfR ^laicaa crora awTaTcaa tot aroi ^naiwa 
cacaa va-aa ^afaf^ aa^rW mm ^^icaa aar ^ caw 5 to ari TO^rai^ar^ 
^•^iW a*^c*a ^ararcaa ^T^aR^*T aca^ ^ncai frog ansfta Haa, caaa ?af^ 
trofl-^w a^ ^rtfaro^ TO-^caa a^ar ?to mmii ^arca cro awa 
caw^ caRSTO wort to fa i ii^ aaaniJr a®%a ca af^war^TO faar^ 
arraica caar facaca ^ cara to TOca^^ ^rcaa ar 1 ^snincaa a?»RaT<TO *al-a?*;;a 
faw ara so ^iwra c^tt^ faf^ iro^ aca TOaa wTfaarar^ aro 1 \ua< ^a 
ac^ ca-aaw vuTval a<fw*$ ^ aaw aia ca^ aa^ car^ ata 1 fro^ a ri »bc a ^f a 
faaa, vfla>^ facarcd^ aan acaca ca, sna arfa^ (?) "rf^w mm vfja^ ^asfS m 
aai'lfll mm 1 a^ ^ a;TO® far to caro^ to a^aw nifa ar 1 

[G.2.'»— 6-3r) p.m.] 

aiifa ^»i^-sflw airaTT TOara ctot acarara ai^ 1 fa**R^ a»w aaiia caar 
aca— WR waua Rrar «r1aa ^^OTi^sroa wfi^^ 1 caw ana*^ 

TO afro, ^ w»na car^-ar^ cararaaTa— wrJ-anS ajar a^, aradl 

fv 'aan^* irtw TOf, tot to^ vuNrca facroaa w^farortaa to fro; fara; 
♦nfaafro to— ^ nv caw ^ ^laa, fa aj-drar Fia anar to i af ar aiTO ^uv 
*fa^ mm t mih caaRaia arona aar aafa 1 h caw aa^ «caw g yfa TOa 



m ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINOS [21st Wm., 

4nr I ‘ii#r arfaic^ ra m csror ?5? ffOR, ^ 

^WRnr ^ ^r^PTiRT ^yamfR 5^? ^f5«55WRTO tffe ®Rj aiir^fl 

wt*f ^5n»TTi ^rf**53i^»?T 5wf^^]^ic4 v$^«fr to to 

^n4C?}f^ I ^nfsi 5^!5T»T ^ TOT C^, W ^!TO TO^CTO SffeTO 

fjT I ^ 'T^H^SfsPTO? $TO TOT?r ^5(n# C«R9r OfefT 

5rnTO ?riTO ^tto toh? i 

TOTO TO TO ^snfsj ^snCTOT TOtSi \ ^5W CTOH 

ti^ TO CTO TOTO ^ U I «ij“TO TOC^ TOT c^ 5ic«9f ^mm 

TO^, W1C*TO <il^ CWT fftsB SWCfTfro^ B?1fTOT fTO 5TO[— ^ 

^•TO TOC>f. fro^ kflcsT TO I ^nfsr ?to[t c^ to ?rT 

fe*fTO ^ffjB sn^cpw fro ii^«Tc< ?n«r^*lf'6?i ctot ctoto, vfi?^ ssjw 

f^^f^cari^ TO CTO, TO TOIlCHfl W TO OfTO^T, *il&T 

xffim Sfe^ jw I ^ ^nfsr ^rtoc^ ^-f^ro TO TOc^n \ toto? 
^rtCW ^Id^ I C^ ^CWCW ‘fllT# TO5, 171^1 ?JTO ^TORf TOT 

ftrfTOR TOC^ TO • C^ WsTTO 'QCflC^ ilH# TOr ♦(te C^, f’^l^f, 

^WSJT TO CTO, ^n^'Q ^ ilTOT^ ^ TO ^ I ifl^ 

^wfro cjR I ^rrf^r ij-fwK nm^ro? ^ro top^ ^«t toto y ifTOT^ » 

'5RCTOT 3nC»T ^TTdfTTtTOCSRl ^^RTNM ^ JTO I ’^HW ^fM-^WTTRT 

fro CWC?T OTI 0 PT^ CTO v£l^ 5TO?I TOT TO^. C’T’^nC!? 

TOf ^57C*RT 5[;;C^ TOT?r CTO C^TO ^U5 TO dr<39T TO I 

w?i <3CPi ‘5n^f*T $n<*T • 


8J. Apurba Lai Majumdar: 

>ii^?i *^(1 to toto, ?rT^nfCPT?3 w fro “^tf^sw^TO t!;s»^ wc^ 

?r ^5Ti»n TOfro, c^ cto*! TOfro. ^ cto^ tot sit ^ t T ^ ^^^i c ^ 

^ TOC^, fsTOT TOC^ I •TORT rji TO«T frofePI^. TO5 C?T^ TORT 
CTORT fro, vfl^TOTO TOC«T TO CPT*TO ^STTB^ (Tf^ ^ ^TT I *n ^< ( C Tr a 

TOC*f ^fCPrfTOR TUm 6TC5RI W?l fWPl ^0 ^ I 

Mr. Spaakers 

^WTT I 6TCPRT W *!;CR “I^JT C^ TO TOTT-Wn TO CW I 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakrabortys 

C^ TOPf I 

SI. Apurba Lai Majumdar: 

vU^TOTO TOC«T TOT TOfWTO I TOC^ m fTO ^TTOdRI 

^JTRTa <i|^4TII STCPRT P?T 'STiC'Si C^TC^ C’ICk I T^*>5 ^5RT **^1^Tvi), 

3TT^ I ^c^-vfl «rtW TOCS5T 

yi H; ai ^T ^srftrc^ i totort stcpt?! ri sjc^ ^(j ^ i^t fis^^ 
?nasT^ncrRi ^t^c*rt ^c*tj ^tc®t '®nfsi tii3^ ?wt ^r^rtw • 

TO«Ri *wHiW^ -^iftTwro »f»a:c^ TO I wr wnf^ 

^ITO f J mi TO TOdR I WT ♦f5RTWa5 * n? ff TO R Ta ^fPr%T ^ 

^ffaPTOfJmr RTW f=P5T vST^RjWrfam 3*11^ S^RT C>f Wf<m CTO 5T'*fTWT TO€f, 
C5T^ TOW «rt?R TOC15T » 3P^ TOHH MR ^rtc*R Wf , 

^shr *rtTO #awH-*~cTO tost f^rf?TO-ta «rf*f c^^ torw to^to 

♦iw fro W3 inr, tow »Mw t ^ ^»ff»if»r srtort ott tows i 



19^ DEBATES ON GOVEBNOR’S SPEECH 21S 

?n3rt » '6 <R^5lfw CTO 3TOW 

^ flliRr, ^ ts^ Ai tnt’T wipm i TOm 

?nwi^rK»Rf ^ 31^ ♦ffirfrr wr w c*f^ ^ fR i 

?^TO % ^MMTTV^ JffiR «r5 ^ C^WrtJ ^^R1I»JT ^ IgCTC f , TO 

OJW ^ ^ C7T^ WTO 

wnro c$T^ C5c?r ctiiJi^ bik*fi ^iro snro to? wic^ to 

^5R»fI*TOl ^5[T»TO^lfTO CTO ^snw VHTO»! ^\$!\^^ DT^ I ^ 

fwC^« TOTO C^fC*!^ '6<I'6i*^<1«f 4HWSvil>i" |C»TO fWC^^^ ^ fWR C^ 5C91C5 
^sr«rt5?t^ c*TO c^ c^ c*f^ f^c^fcf 

5f^ajc? c?toi cstt-^j^to sr;^vU5 ^rora c^ toii? 

I ^ ^ ^ f5^* vflJIsf?^ TO^ TO >TC«1T *«m5T f»rf?T?I®<iJ 
^5OT*R C?^ (?f<3TO C^5W^ ^FT$Rrrf»5T^ 5X^ » C>ft TOm 51^ CSITO‘ 

^ t vgc^ftrom tort«i m 

C*1'i?IC^ ITO?C5 nsK ^*fii«l C^R cp^ b'I^C*T?I sjc^n »n I ^$7^ 

f^R TO^- 

Pjinel of economists of (lie ]»lnnniiig commi'tsiou. 

W?r5 Sdw 

^CfC^R — ^lC\s ^rRfRf*f C®TTC^ C^fC$ ^flRI ^£T^ ®fRi 

^ Jf^JTO, f?TO TO CTO TO C57^ ^-C?FCTO TO^T^T *f?TO. 

C2nf^?o»6 feWf?i^*iii?r<3 ^ tocsr i 

ijt TOT ?nwi^mcTO TOc^Rt m fwc?t to tn^ TOdw TOC«t cro 

'SJTW ^libS? »n I <il^ TOiF® I 'ITO “TOf*! “^IRi^^TOf 

fjfCTO TO fjf^T C^TCJ!f ^ ITO? 5CS1C^, TO5 ^ ^TO®t TOJTO SRI-TOTO J^lto 5C»T 
CTO v£|?r^ TO SjRl ^C®'1 tWR fw^ C^ 5CTO, CTOTW 

C^ 5CTO, ^C^ ^ ai^Tf JRl <TO, TOC^^ ^1*8=7lW^ 

5t<n fro TOC5C^ c^ TO'fiT WRl Sto TOC5C?I C5?t»t CTOTOTWT JRCSl 

^CTO, c^ CffHTO 5i;cTO to:;^ i tohi ^to crorm c=^f*[ to 

^ I TOf?r 5Rt ffl^CTO«7 TO (Trfff^e? TORff #f C®f^^ 

TO, C'tCTO PSCOTTOSP^ TOir® fTO ^ f?WCTO87 TO 

*TT *^iC4, ^5T5Wf ^rfllTOTOI I 

TOnCTO fsT^-TOTO^ Wro^tCTO TO fTORI TO f*R l?R5TO C=7C^ 5CTO, C^ 
TOl^, 5rt^, <3 TOIHI ’TOT-HCTO TO ITfC'? 5CTO, ^ C^fTO CTOT 

TO I ^ TO CTOR 5TCTO ^(Wff ^ ffif, ^ qo ♦nc’f'*? 

c^ frocf I toJ TO fvrf^ tox^ hTtoto f*fcv mm c*wto 

^TTO ^ f^TOf, ^ CWWF do 3^ do TO?!^ l?fD? f^tCTOf • ^2TO 
sCJSP^pflfro TOOT ^5OT*R TO*® C®W>to I TORTI TO1*TCTO ^iCt 

TOfT toTotR ®t?n iflCJrfTOOT TOlMdW TOC*^ WTO aif®f TOWR, 

c>w ; ott w^i«t top^r TOt f^»fcJ*t-iJ =v*TOPif?r cjnf^feOT»#-^?r toot 
TORR TOJTO -.vr;A^4»^; TO C^ f>TCTO TO fOT r1c 5 CTO TOOT, ®Tff f*OT TOW 
TOOTR, CRSot TOl WCOTl TOTOff C?CTO «fftlB— OTT |h#R flJTO TO^KTO 
iiTOW irI irop^' CTO 

TOmtfTO^^* 

A.15 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[21/ST Feb., 

[(>-85“~6«45 p.ni.] 

w? wT’pwnn?! sn^t4 uww wsn 'Sii4'6 vpSW'flS 

SCTl fjJCI 'flC’T EWnr sffSH >11^ C*!T SllJ’f'lllf ^tSFPH/SRWRri iS^f 

'8IWIW4 *i^i4 ^TC*1T 4®fC^ c^i*i 'otwBi in^FT^flPW 

Jipn »nt fsti 

'5’<ll’^ ^<!n fws ^e1C4 siflfl^ITST 

sk ^•ra Jiwi s 5 ii'«^W 4 wf’som ^at w, its <w?r srar 
sflt'Hift c^sfc^ ‘iiwt'*T sn^ 'o(i\!?i^ 8 T^ c®fc^ ^st^T^^oi t 

JWTORf »>m mi >f?m? w Jiw?ra is&ciq jitot ’srwm 

®T?rE i'i'6H'«»i5iiia !?m fti: cjph cji * 171 ^^ cstw 'i;;' m t?*"?; 'fl«npi 
'stPTRi sf^ nit ^’wi ^iwifS'i 5 CB ^sfsi»HRi>a5 ^ imiM sfisns >a^< 
>iifi»1wi5 5II nKRi ^ m m t«icsf «ai??c»i wrc® 

’irate in 1 ^ ^Ksncroin Jrarora oti w«n yc< t e^ . w»a 1 ? ^raw^ra 

Jiw sski twi sf«rrara 1 TOitessi, ^ ^wr ^»i fif^, sn^ra»ra ^ira 
B’t*! ^iPira ^rfsf ^t'sfra’3 *11 snt^, •sIT's ^nsrai f»it5 sn?^ ssra’itH'S 
eff '5rw?n eirarjfW sirs ^ira snfsp pi n^i^tsiT pupf ^ c^iras erpite fir. 
SSI ^X9[ 4^1 Jitm S5*pn’i ^ >ii^ »n;»f; jwrast «iraim Traw?ra si?«i 
Wc^t fft^ I eitsnOT?! wt*i w M'oft <fii*’tifl S'rapj curate ^ sro i> u eiwra, in^ 
^ eiTp ii>(j ^raira ^’rara^pp ^<aira ’nirpira pi p^te, 
sEon eri^spiBra wn ^’rara Jirapi S^’pi 'Rrate^t jra?, «i*N!ra si?m, «iif5i« 
^ ^«n 'sri’Rra stop? ?pife ‘H’K ifvs^*n. ^ntsira ’iiirara ira jrs, 
««ij ^ m id swra S’msPF snfei ’iibiwK a»^, jn?5Tipft»i w 0 ^ m io eiroi 
me ^ m m sii:«fit «iiw: ssiw? s^r^sira ^ntira 

Tfi^rara siiT ssra si*^ ^^te ^ i ^te — en^i^ bw ^rar 

W^ip 5Pii*’ii£i epite '411*111 ^P’lw^ ■6*51 CEi I w ^?®rra sw 

®ra[i »5 mil'll me ®ra m ’ii»i'iw*fi BiraiWsrf^ ’piw-a ?ime <> eimi, erai 
erawW sn mira^. sEim ;> m ^ eranpra vs \ lapra «fsra Jipran ’f?*5si- 
*rn*ira epii c*i5. mi^ ^*ii ec^ 1 ibpri ^rf^raipra jt^’hi {j fe ei^tra 1 
<iipra e^s? io few espi ^>0 w«ei era set ktm ei<®nwr»i 0 m c!* ewra sife 
e tflcra *(,»ie”siifs4 5t*i 1 in ^p^icV efnnn eraera E*n fttule 1 eirara^ is ^wra 
-era eiPRi sse;« «eei e»iCB era w, fm^e^ m»i ’if»5*rait9fra snv cew w 
fepw OT 0 eT ewfe*T eK»tra *it5$i c?»»ira, ooin sstciiee ssifew “pfiSeeiH" miwf 
PI ra^eie cefepice, seiche sstc*f4 rafef^e 'sn^ cs<w lA^ei ^pi Pi^ei ewte 
ce, enraipfra ’if**EeeTi®ira ^ eira vnrapra wT*i ’ifss^s ^fe epite 1 ^fete csswei’i 
eram at rams ?ira eiw 1 fes^'? ®i epf^ eraera 

fra w 't's ra sra inl mPEe mi e^n era pi ’if*6ra eitsira ><15!! Prt^i« sifsi pi$ 1 ef? 
sflraipi mrai ef»i, sifra ran^pm ’ipi»$v« stsi me 1 fra»^ frame ranpran ♦o»S 
ftra rapR?-uiraST tsspsenTS ine^^etEpsepi:®. te$i ranwi suras >aet preiw 
raisram fe tra nra ^ra raurat sspifSem iSfSsiliweH rafra frai <ae? mfirara 
w»ra efe ra rate eifra ssr ew ♦ipi sBicra cscssrat raew, iwR raetsi, ^•enWl 
TOCEsrai raraisi, p^ ranprara *ipi*fipf mrai mi ee; eje tkst fro *iife 1 feraj 
CTfwpp ra froi rnijw e^’^rafrai fraca. ei^ranfrara if^<6rafrai frara ><ie 
feifras^ mw rafSspse rate' <«et mrai frassle nraeifeW ra fe ras* wra 
8 wifd Vo eras ^irai mraeprt fef®n eiwi raiiwi suras, m^Hra rafe Sii® raeera 
SRI frassi* *weifeVf ’ ifera s’ irae » i ,e?iig s rs# vo eiwe fiwi eraeerar raei 
etetei '«*? s craiff vo rara $irai ssrai tiIs eww eraeerar raetera, fra^sj at 



DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 




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215 


w ^00 c?prf$ wi ^ iGf, wit ^oo c*FTf$ ftwr 

«sffsr ipro 

♦nf^, ^ ^snro sip? ®»5?P35Pri ^ ww ♦nwi 

'Sllfl <l}'!P^T 'STffsi ^♦RR? STWIPI 5??PPfj3Rf ^HCns 51^ I 

4£1^ fWTO <3 (pJ»Ril W ^0 ®*^P{ f»?R?I ^ ?*R '5 |»IHJh^ 

>6 sHTO 'SiivrcH^i ot:^ ^^nsip? ^ ^sitot ^ ?3is«^ s^mPRi 

?PT5 ®*fBr5T <3 »ll«iT<j<pv®j ^?Pn ^f?r I ^>ITfsi 8nf»?, 'SnSHOT 

C5ir«Ri ^ *?;’ ^5?i^'Q wwi f^ot^^nsi-pfr^ ^ ^ piprt 

I ^ ^5?rfsi WTORI ^iTC^'i? ^ jrfw 
f?[^, siH^ w^ OT ^w(w^ C5TW?r mt?\ fwp??i ^ f^R w fer pr^, 
CffTIC^ '5R OT ^ITC*^ PU^f ^Rl ^ ^ vnfio ilW OTP 

^lbMT9 C5^ ^P?IPRI ^nfsi ?TTmmW?I ®RPRI ?TOt<r;5T 

SJ. Deo Prakash Rai; Mr. Speaker, sir, 1 would have l)eeii the first 
pel son to thank the Governor and congratulate the State Govenimeut ir 
only the Governor, had at least tried to analyse the long-standing 
grievances ot the people ot Darjeeling. Kx(‘e}>t for the opening of one 
new Poultry Multiplication Centre at Kaliin]»ong. (here was no mention at 
ail ot Darjeeling in Her Excellency’s s[)eech. But Sir, chickens and eggs 
are not our problem. The hackword hill people are in overwhelming majority 
in the district of Darjeeling and its adjoining areas ot Mal-Matelli in the 
district of Jaljiaiguri. 1 Mould like to draw the aKeiition of the (iovern- 
meut to the jindilem of the backward i)eo|)le of Darjeeling nhen ejioch 
making change^ are going to be made in the life of tin* hill ])eo|*le of 
As^ani by amending Article 244 of the (’on'^titution in the Parliament. A 
review <»t the various jiolitical demands of the peo])le ol Darjeeling made 
from time to time will .^hoM tiiat their jiolitical movement is to 1 m‘ traced 
hack jirior to the days o| Morley-Minio Reforms. 1 do not wish to 
recepikuiate those demands here in a jiarochial sjiirit or nith a view to 
encouraging any sejiaratist tendency, hut I do so onl\ to cmjihasise the 
urgency of the problem for its speedy solution. Mr. Sjieaker, Sir, I am 
not here to clamour for the separation of the district of Darjeeling from 
AVest Bengal as the trusted lieutenant of (he ruling party Sj. Narbuhadur 
Gnning, Labour Deputy Minister, has been doing. 1 take liberty of 
saying this because this Dejnity Minkster is the man who, iti PhV2 waited 
upon the Prime Minister of India and again in 1955 appeared before the 
S.R.C. as the champion ot the hill people M'ith the demand for separation 
of Darjeeling from ’West Bengal. T know that he has not withdrawn that 
resolution so far and I take it that he is still championing this cause in his 
capacity as a Deputy Minister. But, Sir, unlike the Depty Minister I 
have come here wdlli a concrete and constitutionally feasible projKisal for 
the demarcation of new boundaries of the district of Darjeeling for the 
formation of an Autonomous District Council for the district of Darjeeling 
within the State of West Bengal. Sir, ten years have already passed after 
Independence but little has been done to improve the lot of tlie hill people 
of the district of Darjeeling. 

[M5~-645 p.m.] 

There is a deep-rooted apprehension in the minds of the^ hill people of 
Darjeeling that being a microscopic minority, they are being outnumbered 
by the advanced and majority community and discriminated against in all 
Fnlks of life. This sense of frustration is the root cause for the demand 
for separation of Darjeeling from West Bengal even after independence. 
This persistent demand for separation of the District of Darjeeling from the 
State of West Bengal should be an eye-opener 



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m 


[21sT Feb., 


THe Hofi’blB SiiMaitiia Sankar Roy: On a point of order, sf. The 
konourabie member wan trying to aay that Darjeeling should be i;4parated 
horn West Bengal and should be formed into a separate union and for the 
purpose of substantiating his argument he is placing his views. Now, my 
point of order is this; I do not care whether his arguments fjre good or 
bad but this argument, if it can be made at all, should be made in Parlia- 
ment. As far as this State Legislature is concerned, this matter cannot 
be discussed here, and 1 hope, Sir, you will rule it out of order. 


Mr* tpoiker: What have you got to say? 


9Ji DOO Pfkkash Rai: Sir, by way of personal explanation 1 may say 
that the Hon’hle Minister is labouring hard under a wrong notion. I di<l 
not say that Darjeeling Nhonld be separated from the State of West Bengal. 
What 1 am trying to place heiore the House is the genuine demand of the 
peoph‘ for an Autonomous District Council for Darjeeling and not the 
sejiaration of the district from West Bengal. 


Mft 8p6ak6r: 1 accept your statement. 


8Ji Dm Pfikash Rai: Now, sir, to come hack to my point, this sense 
of frustruliou (ompells them tt) ik'k for the separation of Darjeeling troni 
West Bengal. Therefore, (lovernment should seriously and sincere! \ 
understand the problem and tackle it. Whatever, has been done bn- the 
district of Ibarjeeling under the nationai plan has been done most he>itatiMgl\ 
and in a patronising spirit and to air the superiontv ul the ))owers th.it (»e 
without least earing lor the sentiments ol the hill people, let alone the 
Question of seeking co-ojieration from them. 


Mfi 8peakor: Your time is running fast. 

8]t Dm Prakash Rai: Sir, the personnel of the administral lo.i being 
mostly nou-hillinen, susiu<'ion rises in the minds ot the hillmen that the> 
are being and wdll he treated as hewers of wood and <lrawers of water only. 
It is a well-known fact tliat out ot a total population ot a lakhs Nepali 
speaking people in the district of Darjeeling, in the last census ot IMol the 
figure has mysteriously deflat«l to mere 88,000. 

(At this stage the meinher having reached his time limit resumed his seat.) 

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ASSEMBLY PBOCEEWNGS 


[21 st Fbb., 


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{21 st Feb., 


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[21st Ebb., 


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[7.5—7.15 p.m.] 

SJ. Siliitr Mukhopadhyay: 

srrol^ v5t?c«ri to? ^snfsj wnr? w 

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?C*5TO^ yp ^C^rf^TOT C? STic^ TO?R til?? <ii’^^i^ii“ 

C*t<J ^TT^TITOT I ^h1t®T C?f?C?rfw^ C? W 

f?*?F$TO I f?T5T9T ifi*^ STic? <£?• Si^C?i PRT? 

^ f^trowi ?i*n ^5^ fror 

?p^prr?rT ???? ^row ^slrn '*'?*Nn? ^ritot Jn i ^i?* i*'^^*!? siro 

mm wfm c»f? fwrori ^ 

^tc??.i5i ^f?5 ^ ?F^T?zJt^ TOPP^ ?:;TO^r?;;kij^ c?^fyi?8?fti)er' .r^<3?n 
\jn 4-^1 5T^ I vfl^ il^ C? •r'lf'vt' ^3? C^ITO 

?p?57?TTOf c? ^fm ^s\m m!^ ^ str spw 4 ritoti 

C>i«f«s»^ ^ISr'W ^!l*^vfl?|' ^ C? 'STRFSJ'T 44 1 2^TTO^ I vsl^ll 

?TOR. >i}1^C4*R Tfte 4TO^, ^ srf? 

?P^5?^TTrn?f?J 4I^C4 ^I^TC4i I '5n??T Sff?? ^i?n C*f?T^. ^4* Ci|*l)'<3 

TOR W ^*41414 4TO^, f4^ ^ W4K? ^t?n ?C®TTO? C?. C? ^ ^ TOCT*? 

4?r® vfl^ 1^141 ??f5 i^c4 c? ^ff?rsfi*f i>i4i i t4*^ 4iin4i ^fsr, 

yfiJl wf?? 2PR mmi 4T^ mm TOTO m^ZRT 5Z4 TOHIR^ TO 
'®T»iC 4^ ?rf<fr$ i^c4 v£i4^ irsjfrofi tor ^fsrsi Wto^^— tot^ro wicn? 

W^l, TOT?T?l'6 ’^PTTHT 2fTO*T TOR ®rl^ — C.^^<J 'St?? f4?4? P! ^!RCR 

TO5rt5Rjvii? Uu^ wtT^?« men I iski c? 'rfm mmm w? f*TC?fesR 

4CTffTO — 

“There is a ^rreat paucity of good land either in West Bengal or in the 

different States From enquiries made it has been found that 

even if some land is available in this State or in other States, 
the cost of reclamation and development of the land may become 
so high that it becomes uneconomical to use it.” 

C? »^5R 4?T? 4TOR Uf ^sni:^ «R^44?4'IIB1, 

4TWR 4ltwa C>T^ wfun^ffft'Q I TOfR4R SfiaW? «RI'8 fjRnd 

‘'^???l*t I>t4l 4iSt^ 5,114. I4*^ i;l4l ??b 4?C® SP^'® ^ ^ 

?141 va^nW 4?T 5*^ vfl^rR4T? irT?C4 ?TOT 5*^ ^4^ ^IWTOPBT 



1968.] DEBATES ON GOYERNOrs SPEECH m 

^ ^ ^PTOTl 

jT’^ffi vflJt ^do ♦tTim 

:W! mf WTO, TO 0^ ^TOI I 

[7-15 — 7-V> p.m.] 

TO (iO ^17^1^ CTO ^^TCf TOCTORfST TO*TO I U^ 5W TO 57TO vfl^l 

C^ ^J5i(i0-ftb CTOPf^il? WC^ 

vilCTOC^ ^£1^ ^ffWT SffsT 1^ to 5t5T ^ nO ^TI I 
TO5 nf»5TO^TO 'BTOI ^ <£\^ ^‘r$ C^ TO-snfe'iTO TO&I 

C®CTOTO^ C^ I5-C\5 9^ ^^) ^ ^®|<js'i< ^ I tor ?ITOR, C^CTO^- 

CT*Uvi}?f iJi^i CfT^ 1 ^5R1 ^fC’Sri ffnro COT53T^fCSI*lJ'il?f 'oliWiS^u 

^ ^TOfc»Rr fero ^ 5TT, ^fTwrwc^ifl ^rto ^ ^ i ^ 
SrPT C»T^ I ^£1^ ’*1'6»^^Ci|»iJ T»tC'® ^IWH ^ '^nfsi ?|^ ITT I il?R C>i*^[<[iJ 

c^ f?CTf^f3TOS*R 'Snc^ OTf i£j5^ *ffTOT ^nfsi c*r<ir5 rww 

CTOR W?Tf5^ ^ T^if^fffici)*R fro^- 

“'Jiie land'^ wiiicli have been offered in other States are of marginal 
and suh-niarp'inal eharaeter and require extensive develojnuerit 
in the sphere of clearance of forest, tractorisntion, irri^ilion, 
coniinunication and health ainl sanitation measures, etc/’ 

iji^i ^ff*^5P5n^®rr?f T'4i\s>fl vi}’<n*7^n7 

5f7Ti >F5^ ^ JTi I TO«t Wt^tofOT 

•?! I 'itiSI 1 ii3 TdC^t^ ifli^ 

5TCTO^ »i-TO?T yo-^0 m TOTOfV?! frofw; 

f?rfTFto?r??[ ^TO*1 <if»5TOOT f^ro ^ =w»T 

<lf»5TOtTO TOT? ?s?C5RTO ^ TOR TO? TO»?^ TO5 I TO 

?I? W'&? of?! TO*^ ?!57 T^T??T? ?T?!rT? ?RIC¥? I 

oTC>^? C?C?^ ?cTf ^T^^TTC’fC*!? ?I^C? 4'l'5c<P ‘*T!^TC^ 5^*11®? ?t?l 

?TC? OIC*^?^ ‘^I^IC'^i 5:.C? ! I<jI^P} I 

t?^{*RT??5i ^lilCdi 5,C?, ^£1^ ^ n!)!?! C?T?*fI TOCTff? C? ?TW1CWC“T? ?l2[C? 

R C^TC®^ n^TCW? TO*f COTT C‘?CiJ C^O?! 5T? • ^^RT?T ^lC*id TOI*^ 

2rc? f?c?c^, ?tjTO ?nH,w<'?;pT wWsr ^stSt 5[c?c^, ?*i?^ c^tto 
^ n*^£T wWsT? CTOt ^5P]1?T ^C?C^, f^TOlv^l? Cl?T ^FTlW®!? CTOT '^ifl 5X?C? 
^PWTC^ ^o5t wf?f5T? Cv5T2^ 5I5C5 I WSJT ?TI*^tv£3 ^£3?? ?9TI ^CTJg— C^I??T ?f? 
?to R ?T^ ^ CTOltTr? CTO ?»? Ufm I «i3^ 5OT TO»lllf? ?T<3TO 
I m 5Tt^ ^ilJC^TO C’TO ?5lC^H, ■^tf*R?Tt5TI? CW 

?n5C?Cfe 2OT f^1C?C^ I TOTO? ?fTO ?FBnTO C? TO ?C8T?fC9R, vflSTOt C? TOfd 
?C9R U I f?5i^ '^tf*5??T^5TT? C®CTO‘?C?*§'il? C*iK5 CTOTO 

mew, c?^ TOM>rfd toc?^ tor, ??«nTO?;>o 

Tst? T»tc^? va?f 8^ •TC?*?? fe'efliT^^cw? <£i?s ?R?nc?fR'fl fjjicw 
TOIDR C?^ 5f4?-^^c?»S TOf^TCTOT, ‘’©C?^ C?TO C?fTOlfen 

CTO 5.C?« C? f??R?I?;; f?C®F ?CTOR C? nf»5TOTO, f?TO. ^TOT ??iaC*fC*f? 

-mi^R vf]^ f?TOI5T f?CWr? TO15 il?? croc? C^ ^»®tW © ?TT^ 
Sj*^rf^j|fMT^T^*Ril? Br^i C?i ^9TT^ ?ijC?Tin C? C?i v£l9TT?TC?^ TOl?T ^f*^l??IW 
^tST TO TOT^ 'mf? I *£1 TO© ?C»IC^H C?, 5jCfl| TOTTC^T? 

Wfter ir?i I fTOi^R CTOiTto Wf WTO ctstron- 

CSR»& m ?C9rfTOR C?. ♦(f»W?TW, WR mm 

^ i W?w mm froc? vsem^ to m i toi?p Ww to 



Ili ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [21st Feb., 

*nwi*nr c^ric?r3T wm’tt w ^ 

f*wr^ fw»r ^ 5T^i la spr ^ror ^ ^uc^t 

fit]:?rcf, 3^T<9rRT ^ C5?^i ?tc5f wri 

’anew 2PS ?OT. wjfcspfi ^T’^ifiii^c6r»Rva?[ wr 

^ ?[i[ ^ ?IC9R— ^ 6 to j ^ 

■>t'©H'c*i*u ^ v£i5^< 'ski ffWRj«n ii^sc*n 

’W C?[TO yfl^ Bf»W af?PTOI ^55^ w^ ^ 

at?WT«i 6m 9Tr^ c^ 5^<«fT I <s\^K ^5f?n »a 

TOIC15? w, c^ w*wf?n:^ ^5E?Rr t?o ^'Q^ ^ ^rj^-a i^f^ igr 

•fjrei c^ 6m >aii^c4 ''>ff»PRT<9n?r ^ ^ j?t, ott era ^ 6i^ 
C^*f ‘^w C\5e^‘5w6 5;t^ ^rai ‘^;f^?ji ^ji^'eirr®^ f^i*#, 
feWi. w^ffe^T e^ ^srw 5?rsr»ie^ ffif^cM sie^fi '^le^i 
^•QjiW^ioi ^ JTT, c^frae^ w c^i^rFm? ^i fs i T^ T ^ m 

ae^pp coTT^, sfT<in?i c^m fra ?n^]?r e^ke^ett 

mTO'O ao <x^\ 5fi?^m ^ ^f^Tcf? c^ c^ci -rai^ ^ ?ni 

^'-f^ ftR c<ra c^ craic^^ ^s kmras ?nOT 

TO[ aifk^^, eraki 

eaf^e^»6-wi, si'^^iST kfe f»fw af^'’^iw<T <£\^k ^srtrt 

akkk, vski ^ ^e?^ ^6i i ^st?n ^^re^— 

^HTORi a;^i;;f5Tm oswiri f»f?^ s^it ^ki is^ 

6t6t, f>ff»5 ?r?f^ ra f*T^ *nx^ a^ 

kw cv^mr^ 5Rt 5fTi!:srra ra^ *ff'5^«T =^t^, a;^;fyr?ri c®?^[ a#^ 

f«»i^\ii»'[. esrfro. «fm ?ikf?iT kc^k^ 

aTi:?n !::m^ 'ivcm^ ra? ^P T Rc>ii^ 'Q 

3n«j;fi?r^ f»fc«a?i sr] ac?rrs?R*k v^k\ ak^^ sr^Tk^n;?, 
tn?fei ap >rsra*T racf ; ^ik6?iia Cv5e^ae5i»6<ii?i ?iea«6 ema ak^^f- 
^^9mr Tws. I e^rare^^ ?ik 2?a ^Wk^ ^mpa^R ^u\ frae^ , ^ kx^ ^snk 
arai ea vi3?r Miai c^reaa «n*aT c'f'Qar j5X^ i aw spr trk ' TO 

6m (Rt I k»^ 6m ca c^, vfl w ^ ^ I =to«i iTfar w Nstej ^ fra 6m 
«Fera sTo a?r5 Jre^^i a 2 [; 6m ^ aa^ a^ra^, caair?? ap^^rwr cae^ 
TO Ri ''Si'iwc^ ^^Tcwa cwia ^xpa aar 5a ea a'^sanaeai r, ais?i*^k^ 

tnsiea COTrai a5a i oi w ^ra i raa caar aia ak^aar^^na aifea aTea?r aiJncai 
aeaea, ^karra annaa ai^iwi aeaea, ’®nW'Q aa^ar® aaa a'ca '^lai w^a^ii a’e’^ ^ 

eaamrr c»6»Riia aiea aa arwra S^app w a^ran i caf^ai era kra vucra 
co^aaR aa; afirkkr caaie^? aeaeai vua^ ka;kH isirca aaeaa aaacw c ak eae a ca 
mara caf'^ai caea^ fa^ta maara ^^ar \6iai T&^i ama i oatakam aieaa ^^(^8 arta 
aiJnear a^rafwa vuaa'O ^^leaa aapavfi ca^ca arar 5 cac^^ iia^ ai^^iiwcaa ar^ca kfw 
iwna -aww^i-ai arkea ^srcaa km, vca^ a^ro fa^a^a ak? 5aa 

wca*ii ^ta ^roa arta^ a«6 aar ai:aii iian era 'eaie^r sFaaakr ara maa 
arftea ca'^ar ra ^fla^ 'Asr msm earn aeai caanana ^naar^ar ^ afaeaa OTra 
"acv aai eaaisma ^ "ri, wiwi aia ar vaa^ c^rarara 
aiaara anrwi ^ ea^aa^^ era ^nara kra ^aaia wr «Tra a^; 

rai imfe«n<^iia a^akaa alf^i a ^CT*6 caw akor fraeaa ^fia^ 
WWT aaieia, viiaiea wk ea^ I n^a^ i aewa aRi anaar ark aifi aw(i 

m aaf irwia aiasfRun awe* i kewar 6m fra caFl6^<^ eakrki rac«a u^aaw 
am m amrm anRHwi amrta^a ara aikm ami »«aa'« caijaa *a1fkr 



1968^] DEBATES ON GOVEENOU'S» STTfiECH m 

^ PPl^ WR OTR'S Pf^HT 

^sfiwr ^^(i8 c«^ ♦ft? iscro i 

5RI fRiR"CT»fi W srtfe TOfCfS?, iffhs ^ 
'oter rW^ WC^ 5R ^ JT’Wf ^fRT ^if^RSRT^^fR T^Wf'l? C*W WW \ 

mi RR »q^ TOJCf I vfl «nto 

fro "srr^ ^(f?TORr ^^tcRr jftfe ^ c5rw-«?wfW ^’rt Rfror 

^ ^ ^ Rf?R 5R ^ ^ ’ff»RmT^5Tr?[ ®»^rpw 

*C?f; TR, ‘*if*RRT?3TT? >fT«f??r«r sn^ fsrfyrj 5^ sr®t ^nc»R«R 

4*3 w, c?ii^^i<j ♦n I c^w •>i^»s cvi*uvfl?r *nf^ 

\5ii<jl»‘vj >(MW. lil^^ ^iWl^ Wtfl Sf?"*! vfl^ld^ 

;fffe ^ TOZi 5Rr«f ^ 5 r ?n. 

^rnsR R I '^1^1 lii’^nc'T sffsnr ^ierst 5r *0 ca^t^ ♦(f^r- 

C^ 1 'Olief SlSiyH »?T f*fC*^^ fWFT R 5^, ^ 

?rt5T "lij^ S*^!^ JR, ^ff*RPn\9fR '9?T'3W RR RPTC^ I 

[7-2*3 — 7-?^3 p.ui.J 

?7f^®R] ‘nf*RRT“cn^ Sl^^-'WfSRS 'G &RF$ 

srf^ ^ f^cw Kj:^ ■'snc^ ^ ^rN»5f(R»^ii?i ?T*if^ 

CSrtfoRs 2PRI ^lWw5 fi^ ^ &TO^ fros 

^ sir;;ot $t 1^ wtfer^ spr ?n ^p^csrJw c^ron?w 

^ -^^5TKTfC»r<I 51R. OT ^r ^IRSTIOT^ '0 

?TO»T ^ 5TR R ? 3to«( ^«f c^ G f»ic^ pr^PiRn 'wr ^ 

^ R ? <i^^’ci^i ^um W5?i 

^ cstor STR §mR ^^51 w)Iw 

??RST?f I f<p^ fift^ 5??rc^ TOICf I W 

s(WiR^'ij?r ^i;c^ ^'iJnWWi fef5 ^Vn 

C^ ^^0 C^prf6 *f?RST?fl IP!»Jw 

CTTik^ <^ ' icij ^ ^^'\f p^nfiJ ^ ^wcsf ^ i 

^RRCIR (R CR?r ^<3 (Rf*r ^ ‘fJTTO ^RST ^Sp *»W 

5^1 vu^r:^ ^rtr sjotr ^srcwi ^tr^ iH'Vrr cwtr w 

yfH > r < T^ g rr ? i f^^iiT<T» tc <?*R >fl?r 5Ri i>o ^ ^'ev\ jA, «?o i?fiW 

$?TO f'sf^ ^Pf;fm; ^rto«w f*ociRi ^ f?r:^ 

PWTR W PR ^ '’S^RR STIFRW P^C^JWCipS 

^PT®f»»Wv||9 tttot TO TOfCTR vll^ TO^ W «>0 cvifS di^ RTWit 

5PRI TOI5 PrtW ^'4H W»l5 Mto TOCl^ CT «>«J'I/ ^ITO C5C?JJ ^’S 
im wo I ^ P^ W? PRf»f ^ WR RfTW WfCT»J ^ Wf'O 

TO1P5 »fl W?l t'^f’RIR’ TOW CRffrotW PR, W Pf^RTT 

ijCTO cw TO <^4 nRTf^ w o wrr toto ^5WR o, pto 

TO5 Sm cf T ^^rfia , wa?nftr— TOR*(^: *f;’-f^ «ncTO toi pto Pf^m o i <fi?r 

TO! pro fsRiR ^ TO»T c^ &m fro 5W to» toi ? wrt cofi pr 

^TOF fW 4»TO? RR R C^O ♦O ♦IW TOf I «flR^ RW R;R^ *01 TO! 
TORIR TOPf I ^ TOT PR«IP? RW Pf^RTT VJ^ TO5 TOFff CTO TOrt ’WTIW STO 
^5TTO fer-roSl Pf^ITT TO TO TOT TOT TOOT TOTO TOT TOT 

CTOT TO TOR RTfw Wf TOR Rlf^ PIC? CTO RfW I 

PR W ^RTt ro TO?T, TORTT >f*RC*R TOTOIRf ftjC^# iW TOT CTO felR C^l 
RirtR TO TOT TOW WW SRT, ¥Vg TO;fa T RW*f WitTO TOT TOf? ^ ^ WWt? 

fro *dlif « TOCT TOW RTO TOfro mmik i^rlr toIrt ctoi Rrti? mm 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[21st Feb., 


^ TOrff, wT«ni wi:;f9w 

pin, TORI ffm m ^ fpi ^ 17 ^ to?, 

CVR ac^w? vii^< ^ ^mfro c?rw tor fjy ^ 

^RR ^ *41^1 W’SIT 4C^if»i, ^SPWI I ^il^l 

4TO5T f^<RT 'f;;’ fa iia TOava cro? ^sRf^ 

1^ SRi^fT a^Rft ac«a ^i/^a fea*^ zm facTOR, frof ^ 

WR war ?R H fa ^aa TOa^ jts fa i ^aa^ f^ ^a^ ^sifror ^rm?3ai 
4ac'© fac^feaa ^aa^ ajaa fro ^cro? • ^aa 5!TO5 t ^Ic^ 

aiTWJTT TO?f ^aarca ^stc^ cwca aR to arro? area 1 va ai^ c^ron^pf 
^acarfaajfa RfajaRn^ ^rtf a?f fa 1 ca^^Ri a^a^a^<a?r ^lua ^nar?! a^ar, vskna 
a*ai[*t^ aTf^a afaa^s^ tof • ^a< frona^wa afr a^rcarfa^T 5R 
«T ata aama" SS^p^a a^ialaa aro^ faw&ar a^ta toIr sj^a 
fTOTOl 

8J. Bhabataran Chakravarty: 

araala aroa, ^mmm aaNia wif^o aiaala wn 

flfaamawf ^;5asV^a^ aroa ca 2 p^ vDcacaa ca^ aaa^ snfro TO^fiJ 

^ar aroj ^1 ^laac^ ^aap^a z^ aai ^ 'srrfa facaa acarcara aroca 

^laa ^’ca a^afc^ ^n?PTia ar 1 ^lacaa auar wa aaanc^ ^f^ca aiara 
C5^ 5 a fa, caaa aaana aRia cb®Si ^roca ata'G ^arfa aR ^ar^ ^nfa 

ar I aaana ar a^cacaa ina ^aiia "J^a^ ar aarc^ 'vtia 'srr^ra caara 
5racai aiaala a*fai “mapnaara; ata facacaa ca, aaaaa acaa? a^>o ar 
TOFCTR ^ a^F; c?»faTa*t aa, arJ^ cro^ caaa^ aTORi ^sjMaar iicacaa 
i) ?p«rf ^al’^ia topr vaa^ 4ffa awi^ ^ wra feesaa • ^arfa faf^ 
^sMaa »a* i TO T f ' g vato femr aRC^ ^ ar 1 ^ kwa aaa ^laaaa caaaprt 
ca a^ai R^aaa a^cact 1 waaia*ta anew ^aiaai afa ca 5a*t^^ ar c-^wr ^ srta 
<ii^a;;fa a^aria ^arca ^(ac^ ‘arapsR faRi ac^aa’i facaiaVcaa aiaala aaarar ar 
acaa ar ar aaaia cb^ii acaa afa cacaa caicaa ^T^fvs ca^, ^ J^'ca '^la OTia- 
•aa;a ^aiaai ^^a:;fa a^ana fas caarca 'snar® 'aiawF? ^aiaar eweaf^ faa^iwaa 
aaca ^acacas^t acaa* a^ a'l^' a^ar ac^ci^a, fas*^ ^araar ar ^cafa acafa, ar aac^ 
fin ac^ffa, caaaaaR ar^ caaia zs^ TOrfw ca aRi wis^ wm anar ca^ 1 
RTTO "iTafa fa car alac aa aa'Tcaa aac^ ca ^ aaana aic^ caca ws?m ate 
faar ata afa cacaa, v£i^ ^rana caia caa ura cacaa, aicaa ac'^a aa ^snea OTfa 
^spanasca? aian aa alia cacaa, arcaa cac^ cac^ aa ^3ncaa jtic^ aiaa^a^ ^uca ^icaa 
ara cac& cac^ aca ar, sa ^sna <piSc4 aRir® ^ca nr, aa^cai? csarca a’ca anw- 
aaa f aaca 1 acna aa; a^nfa 1 

’STfTO apnaspHT fro aaca^ te»^ aacan. ^ iff«a^ Wr ^ ^sraca facaca^^ 
airoa faaa wia aaia srf i »ii^ aw caca aic^ ^Xs arfa, 4^ aw 
aaiaR aac^ arfa ^a aai ac^ aaia aai terfa ^airoa ^sncaaa anfacacaai 
an^ 4^ wi aaan aaraR ^rfc^ faca 4 iTOa 4 afacas 6 ia*lc 4 ^aajf a^n caaia 
fai f5»^ aroJ to, aaifaca arai aaaaprt, aiar ateR, arai aicaa fro?^ 
CTO5 aa 'TOa fai'e te*^ aac^ TO f 

[7^\o^7Ar) p.m.] 

Riaai anfa faa^aa tot w 4 a wai wca ^ caaia aR^^rar r»tr 0 ?^ aw 
TO acafw ^ bialcaa to? cto TOcia af^ aa ^aR fafa to® toi 
TO a^a i a 4 ca^ aa; anro cacai cafaa anca*afa ai^ caca aaa aifro 



1958.] DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 227 

wsR 'sn^Rn-^w CTO Jfcai^ TOUT «i;?j; 
swif^ic^VfMsrf^j, ^fsr?n c*ff^ j?h TO?rr c?^ 

c^iTO ^Jt?rr C5c?(cw=?— v£i^ ^ to «Fk, c^ inrar c^??? 5C?n 

^ I *T^^ITOrt ^ TORI C^ TO-bT^T TO >f?rTOC^ ilij *r;;^vil^ 3TO 

TO«>n TOCJRT W«fT ^RIC^ 5^1 TO-bl’ST TOT*TO ^ Sm fRTOIl 

TO! 9Rfl^ c^ 5r?f <3 W^pt to i C5^ 

^raroc^ ^Ric^ ^ I ?Tc^ mi^i ^ fro TO~*n3r?iTOl 

5ji?;;?i-^57c^iRi'e wm'm ^ir to *f;;^ sro nic^ fjRrtw 

TOc^ ^ I- C5fc*^ sic^n c^ TO? ^am ^ c?tot^ toci i tot to 

IM^ TOCS? C'f^ TO55. CTO £fTO?[ fw^ JTI I ^?IT CbTC^T^ TOC^T C^fW 

^ ^c?TC^, ^i<( c?'^ c?*f CTO^ sjnc^rf^ tot 

^nii*nTO 3fT*?ff^ CTO? TO*=^ UW^, TOT Urm iTOTOT$ 

c^-to^to SiTfe ?T^c^ I <ii3Tsn^ tot cstc^ topt ut^ i 

CTO? 2R^C?I TO¥?I y^tiK'D ^'Q?n *T^ I 'SC^ til ^^^TT *71 C^ ^TITOI 

^'C?l TO SflCiJ^ ^JF'^I ?HC^ t^TC?I C^of? ^ TO C^TT^C’^ ?“1‘SM CTOI?f 

•TO’^ I i<WI^ ^ICTO CH^tl CSfTffror^ TOTC^”- 'STITOT y<}*^y^‘fii^t%l 

f*t^ fror CTOT?I TO^ il^'Q TOC^ ^nf?! f*T I iH >f<5l C^ ^®nTOT '3ICTO' 

^ ^SHTOT TfCR^I TOT-TO7Tn?I TOTTO vl)^<3 

K'Ul '^IC? f^T. C?*fC^ C^ ^fTO fro ?TTO I?C^ bC^fi^ iJ fTOT^r TO^S 

^nroi I 

8J. Phakir Chandra Ray: 

SIFR^ ^i^psp ^m, STTTOl?n ?lT5nTOT ^ ^^TOC*! TOOT^T C^T ^ srf»!PfTO 
^I^TOT^ Sffe%T TOT i Wm TOC»T^ ^f^T ^^C5PT CTO^TT 

TOCf^T C^ ^ TOlTTTOTC«t?I TOC^ I fTOJ ^ 5rf»S^ C^ ?n«4 *5T^ TOC^ 

CTO«n TOC^, C?T TO fro ^®tCTO 5^ STC^IIe C^ TO C^T^ ^IT’^’lkTO 
^ csn?:^ TO I C>T TO 5TT<2fTTO^, C>T TO TOT ^ JfTO 

TO f^TO ?oc^ I Wto froc’T ^CTO ^stcto >T^c55n^ 5TT^, toW!w 
<TT^ I 2FTO ^C*TO TOTR^TT TOTITTOI’*^ TOT ^11 TOT ^W TOT 511 C^l^i '5||T*T 

»<Tto fJTC^ ^ I ^ ^rfroncTO tott«rH tot liiij »rf#TO«i< ®c»to 
571T WP ^ ^ TOC«T tot TOTO fro C^ TOC^ S^IC^TT^ TOTO TO 

TO3V=TO TOT 5^55 I froj TOT ^2#®TOCTO f’STO OTTO<3 ij TOW i)=^ 
TO1<3 5Tf^, C^TOO v£|^ nr ^SITTOT IIT ^ICTO 

TO #iTT ^TRWT TOCW^T I (FT TO ^ C*fC*T TOCbCTI TOTTT 

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—zjut ciff<T GET cwT?i’ ^ trorcTO c^ frorcTO c^’nw^ ^ ’T^wf’r^T »tt^ i 
CTO c«ic^, fk c«nRP nfrorro c’lc®! fec?nk^ii u^ ♦rf^rroro tot 

TO I SW C^ CTO?T CW C^ ^5IGT^ TO TO^, TOTO TOT?! 

u\^ cw WT T^c?i#c?r5ii cw, cto?t g^c^'S to »tt^i n’G? 

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^ CTO? c«fc^ 5mw w? TO TO «nc^ jtti 

C?^ TO, ^ ■flTO’ff ^rfCTO ^TC^ 'rfCTO *TCRTTO 

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^ xflTOW WUS TOEP ^ »nTOPir TOTTOrt ^ 

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•TTI GTCTO TOTTT TOijaTO. TOCTO f^? aTW ^ TOG5 TOTO 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[21st Feb., 1968] 


wiH snw snCT ®n*Rn ’ppto iiJr ?5CT*ii- 

Ww j^sifara ppfi hj®' anw, 

Pf^i ^frrtaror ^ 

CT TO*vfl^ TO «nCTFi um^ c*F=?n?Rn 

I 6T'*1iCHI 5?5 ^Rn?r STJ HiT^ 

^WH 4{IW TO! ^ I IfWC^ 45JC>^ ^ SfTW 

^TpW ^rf? PT^flC^ «TT ^ 5^*C5T ^^TC5f^5T^ ^ ^]2Ff 

5 n C^, TO TO 5 {Il fsrf^IC^fl ^ TO ^ 

TO fpfc^ 1 ^ CTO C^< 3 TO feTO, f»TTO fro I 

fwifl C*TO CW5 ^ C^ f»rTO^ I froiTO^ 5?s?!f, sjtW- 

TOTO *‘fc»f?r J?ic*r ^ ^ tefty ^c^^, c»ttotit sn^ c^r^i 
TOFWT «rf*f 5TO «nc^ ^ 5;’c»y w to to cwc*t c?t^ 

^1 TOT-TOT?! ^s^feroc*! ^n^i ^snf^r 

<ROTr sTOTc^nsf 5:c?i «rito fe® i 

Adjournment 


The H()HH(‘ was then adjoiirnefl at 7 - 4 ’) p.in. till 4 ji.ni. on Monday, the 
24 th February, 1958 , at the Assembly House, ('alcntta. 



PWCM^ o{ the West Bei«al LegUatfrc Am^ nseidM 
under the provbions of flie Coaptation of bdia 

Tile Assembly met in the Assembly House. Cuh'utta. on Monday, 
the 24tb February, 1958, at *3 p,m. 


Mr. Speaker (the Hou’ble Sankardas Banerji) in tha Chair, 
13 Hon’ble Ministers. 7 Deputy Ministers and 194 Members. 

[ 3-3-8 p . m . J 

Obituary refaranoe to the death of Abul Kalam And 

Mr# Speaker: Hon’ble Members, I have a very sud tluty to perform. 
You all know that Maulana Abul Kalam Azadi Education Minister in the 
Central Government is dead, and it is my melancholy duty to refer to his 
death which took place on Friday last. 

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad belonged to an old Delhi family. He wa« 
born in JS89 in Mecca wdiere hi.s father had settled down since 1857. The 
family however came back to ('alcutta and settled here in 1898 and Maulana 
Arad adopted Bengal as his homeland. 

In 1912 Maulana Azad, when he was a young man of 24, started an 
Cidu jjaper Al-Hilal and he became well known tor his journalism and also 
id! the independence he slujwed. He joined the Khilafat movement started 
by Mahatma (iaiidbi and the Ali Brothers. He also took part iti the Non- 
co-o]>eratiou movement under Mahatma (iandhi’s leadership ami W'as elected 
I’resideiit of the Indian National (’(mgress in 1923 at the early age ol 35. 
He was again President of the Congress from 1935 to 1940, during the 
<ru< !al \cais ot transfer of pow’er to the Indian jM*ople and j>ilot(*d the affairs 
d the ( ongress with great tact and .sagacity. Maulana Azad was an erudite 
s(i)(dar and .i humanist. All those who have come in contact with him have 
been i»rofoundly iiniiressed by his learning, urbanity and a detached outlook 
of life. Although Maulana Azad’s scholarsliij» related mainly to Islamic 
stmlies. lie was profoundly read in modern European languages and had 
exten'iively tourerl in European (ountries and also wrote a number of hooks. 

hoi hi'* political actiA’ities he had >uffered iiiiprisoninent for long terms 
during the British regime. After independence lie became the Education 
Minister at the centre and continued to he so till the time of his death. 
He was the last of the stalwarts who had fought for freedom along with 
Mahatma Gandhi, Muhammad Ali, Shaukat Ali and C. K. Das. llis loss 
to the country w’ill not he easy to fill. 

1 have also to refer to the death of Mr. DhirMidra Nath Chattarjii a 
member of this House from Chhatna (Bankura) Assembly (/onstituency who 
passed away on the 21st February, 1958 at the age of 55. Sj. Chatterji at 
the very prime of his youth tf>ok part in the Non-co-operation movement ki 
1921 and since then he haa been a faithful worker of Omgress till his last 
day. He was elected a member of this Assembly first in 1952 in the first 
general ele^ition after Constitution and again in' 1957. He was connected 
with various public activities and institutions. He was the (Chairman of 
Bankura District Board, and a member of the Bankura District School 
Board and Bankura Library Association. He was a member of All India 
Congress Committee, West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee and the 
A-lfi 



tlD 


ASS^kBLY PHOCEEBIXOS 


[24th Feb., 


§»ecn*fc»ry of the IH^triotv Cougreati Coiumittee. He was a hat heto 
__.d was cancer for the last one year.' He 'was aiwamiahle 

man having* a charming personality which made him beiot^ed to all/ 


I would request honourable members to show their respect to toe memory 
of the deceased gentlemen by rising in their seats and observing silence for 
two minutes. 


[Members rose in their seats and remained standing in silence for two 

minutes] 

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. You will kindly resume your seats. 
The Secretary will send messages of condolences to the members of the 
horeaved families. As a mark of respect to the memory of the deceased, 
iim House will stand adjoiirn today, and the husiness of this day will be 
carried forward tomorrow. The House will meet again tomorrow' at 3 p.m. 


The House was accordingly adjourned at 3-8 p.m. till 3 ]).in. on 
Tneiday, the 25ih February, 1958. at the Assembly House, Calcutta. 



Piiee^to of the West Beagal Legfatefii^ AateHMy SHs ew itte d 
VniHler the provisioas of the Constitatlon of la^ 


The Asskmblv met iu the Assembly House, Calcutta, ou Tuesday, the 
2oth February. lUo8, at 3 p.m. 


Prtstnt: 

Mr. Speaker (the Hon’ble Sankardas H.akkrji) iu the Chair, 16 Hon'ble 
Miuihters, l>ei)uty Ministers and 211 Members. 


[3-3-10 p.m.J 

Obituary Refarenea. 

Mr* Opaakar: Heiore we begin the day’s w'ork, 1 would Jtave to mention 
the death of the late OantOSh Kutnar Banarjif a Member of Parliament. 

Hon’ble iiieinlM'jN. 1 iegit‘t to aiuioiUKe lh(‘ death of Shri Saiilosh 
Kumar Hanerji \\iii<’h t(i<»k ]»la(M* on Sunday la^*!. He was elected in dn* 
Ijok Sabha from Cuoch Hehar in the last general election in 1967. Ho 
was connected with the Tea lndu,-«.tr\ of North llengal and was a Membei 
of the Indian Tea Board. He was also a member of the several Inlxmr 
vvellaie committee^ set uj) by the (Toveriiment of West Bengal. He died 
.sufldenly ot (’i)ronarv Thrombosis at a eonijuiratively early age of 63. 

I \v(Milii UMjUest tlie lioiiourabb* imunbtTs tt> rise in tlud? seats and 
observe two mimite-' silenee. 

(The honourable members rose in their seats and observed silenee for iwo 

minutes.] 


Mr. Speaker: Before the dajs’s work begins I may tell the honourable 
members, :oel T think everybody will ngree that there wdll be no (juestions 
today and question time will ln‘ utilised in so lar as the debate 's 
t(»meined. d'be boiiounibie members approached me and said liiat if wr 
procivd in t,a‘" n.om.il \va\ we ca; not jjoxsibly finish ibe business. 


Adjournment Motions. 

8]* Subodh Banerjee: Sir, 1 gave notice of an adjournment motion 
consent to wbifli lias been refused. I seek Aour permission to read it. 

Mr* Speaker: Kindly read it. 

8j* Subodb Banerjee* The Assembly do now adjourn to disfoiss a 
matter of urgent importance and of recent occurrence viz., that in the 
afternoon of 23rd February, last while the workers of Hindusthan Iron antf 
Steel Co.^ Ltd., Jessore Road, Dum Dum, were moving peacefully in ^ 
procession, several goondas aided by the local polif^e attacked them which 
was followed by indiscriminate tear-gaasing and 1atbi>charging by the 
police on the peaceful processionists resulting in severe injury to wjme of 
these workmen and arrest of a large number of innocent ^lersons. 



S» AS^MBLY PEOCEEWNOS [26 th Fra., 

JIUnmtra Nath BamriMt Sir, I also gave notice of an^ adjouri^- 
Boeni motion. Sfy motion reads thus; — 

'‘That the business of Ihe House do adjourn for l^e purpo/e of dis- 
cusning a definite matter of urgent public importa^je and of 
recent occurrence, vie., the arrest of peaceful demonstrators 
in Balurghat who had foregathered at the Police Parade Ground 
in front of the District Magistrate’s quarters and in front of the 
District' Magistrate’s Court in order to represent the demand.s 
''i the Balurghat All Party Zilla Sadar Sthanantar Pratirodh 
Committee to the Government.” 

t)« Pramitha Ntth Dhibar; I also gave notice of a:i adjournment 
motion. My motion runs thus: — 

“The House do now adjourn to discuss a matter of urgent public 
imj)ortance, namely, the situation arising out of the arrest and 
lathi charge upon 1,500 Purulia peasants at Khargpur on 
Monday the 24th February who were coming to Calcutta to 
jdace a Charter of Demands before the Assembly for food and 
relief to the distressed persons and other development of the 
district.” 


Point of Order. 

SJ. d^oti Bisu : On a point of order. Sir. 

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Mr. Speaker: 

S^, C*R I 

SJ. dyoti Baeu: 

C5l^— ^nc’i'e 5xacs 1 ^i^eeR tot 

i?tpe TOrfii^fR I 

Mr. Speaker: I will give you the ruling Mr. Bose. 

S). dyoti Baeu: 

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TO?, TOWSf, h? TOW5[ mm wrfsi m\ mm ^eifTOi 



POINT OF ORDEE" 




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ASSEMBLY PHOCEEWNllS 


' m 


[25th fsa*. 


^snwnf wi c*n^ jr wiprt 

mtf OTW ^ «ii^ f*f^ wc^ 1^ cw, ^hiI»h> 

fw cw oOT wr *fwf?r ^£W ^ ?5;}iK wr aw 

CJT^r -qJTO 5i|i ^ in ^ «n5T»f 

cn OP® ^cnw ^ ^ cww *nfw of® fnoR Wn>i ^nor sn i 


Ruling ef Mr. tpeakar. 

Mr. §|Mil(0r« We are now dealing with the ruling So far a« the 

charges againat Dr. B. C. Eoy, the Chief Minister, are concerned, I have 
not heard yet what ho has to say and whether after his statement a prima 
facie case has been made out or not. That has to be considered before I 
give any decision at all. So far as the charges of Mr. Nepal Roy are 
concerned, I have given iny very best consideration to it and I may tell 
you straightaway that I do not think that 1 have done anything improper. 
Mr. (ianesli (i^hosh and Mr. Subodh Banerjee botli ol them came into my 
Chamber just before the House met and I was then ])erusing my own 
ruling and 1 thought (here was no harm in making the ruling available 
to them and in fart T read out to them what T wrote and T shall read it 
out to the members of the House now. I can assure you. Mr. Basu. that 
f liave taken pains tor the jmrpose of \vri(iug out this ruliit;;*--inay be 1 
am right — ma\ he 1 am wrong t>ut 1 liavt* givtoi thi^ m.tt^ei my vei> 
best attention. 'J’he ruling is in these terms, 

1 Imve carefully gone through tho >])eech \A Sj. Nepal Kny. He stari<‘d 
lading a charge of inisaj)]nopriatioii against a person who ^njis n member 
of Ibis House but v !if» is now a private l itizeu. My at’eniion \\as drawn 
by Sj. Bunkim Mukber.iee to (be speeeb ot Sj. Nepal Roy. I find from 
the official pKKjeedings that on Ibree seveial oceasiv)n.s 1 made it clear 
Sj. Muklieijee that 1 \Aill not allow the < barge of conuiditui to be made 
unless it could be clearly linked up with the administration as my pei'sonal 
view throiighouf has been that no nrivate citizen as he is not a meinber of 
the liouse and as he is not in a position to defend hims'dl simuM be attacktHi. 
A private citizen (‘an only be attacked if and wdien bis activities are linked 
up wuth the administration. Bearing this in mind I have gone tlirougli 
the siieeoh of Sj. Nejial Roy. 1 told Sj. K<\\ “1 am allowing this on the 
assumtitioii that it bus something to do with the administration”. Sj. Hoy’s 
ready rejoinder was — 

^ C*l OTi^PTI^ ?1CTO, vj 

^ CBF ^5(1^ I ^ 

^if'UCTTn (If ^ ^ 

After this had been stated there were interruptions. Sj. Nepal Roy 
again stated as follows; 

^ ^ ^651 OTCf Sm ¥!FTO 

«f?I cwrwt^ (11^ ^ ^ TOICf I vil. WH, «, 

(119 f99:j«9 ^ ^ 

(II PT9 5flt 4I‘9T ^ CWH?? 

CR^9T CT I 

Therealter he proceeded to make comments about the absu^ity of an 
audit rejwrt. Sj. Roy also in tbe course of his speech mentioned tbat he 
had in his possession a large number of receipts signed by Sj. A. Chakraborty 

^hioh he proposed ho substantiate the charges. In fact, be wanted to 
tsendm* t^em but I did not allow him to do so. 



RULING OF MR. SPMA KWB. 


_ It WM jwrfMtly clear that Sj. Nepal Hoy's char^ was that Mr. J. B. Sea 
o| AuckJand House in coliusion and conspiracy wiui Mr, i!)hEkral>orty ac inri 
in a fusion which led to inisuppropriatinn of a very lar^ sum of money 
wMch h™ been advanced to the refujrees for building houses. In thin 
House we'cannot decide whether the charges are true or false, A member 
ig entitled to criticise, and if he i^hooses to do so severely, a stranger if he 
bona fide believes the charges to be true and the activities of the stranger 
are connected with the Adininistnition. I cannot under the facts end 
circumstances of this case hold that it was an attack on a private citicen 
not connected with the adiiiinistratinn. The reference to tlie audit report 
is not strictly relevant hut it must he home iu mind that Legislature is 
not a court ot law and rules of evidence iioriiially applicable to law courts 
are not ap])licahle here. Mr. Jyoti Basil has raised an important question 
which I projKise to answer. I do not propose to make any comment 
regarding what has been stated against Sj. Jagat Bose, as the matter is 
now jiending before the Privilege ( oinmittee which is aotnully hearing ib« 
matter. Sj. Basu has made a second point — that one memln^r cannot 
attack another member unless administration is linked up with it. I 
entirely agree. But Mr. A. t’hakrahorty i^ not a sitting member ami 
therefore the rule which Sj. Base has in mind does not apply. 1 might 
add that ii would ha\e l»een better it w<* could have a rule like (he one that 
cM^ts in Lok Sahha. I am (|uotiug the rule here. 

■‘Vo allegation <if a defamatory or incriminatory nature shall he made 
by a lueniher against an\ person unless the nnunher has given 
previous intimation to the Speaker and also to the Minister 
concerned so that the Minister may he able to make an investi- 
gation into the matter for the purpose of a reply ”. 

■ i’rovided that tin' Sjieakei* mav at any time prohiliit any member 
from making any such allegation if he is of o]>iiiion that such 
allegation is (lerogator\ to the digiiit\ (*( the linnse or that ue 
• public interest is served by making sncli .illegatioii.” 

[3.20-3..30 p.m.J 

This rule is there so far as tlie Lok Sahha is cfmeerned. This House will 
soon be framing its rules. The llule-Making Loin init tee ma,\ include n 
rule like this in the rules, the prefmration of which is under their considera- 
tion. At the riiomciit we have no such rules. 

Mr. Jyoti Basu then pnoceeds to say that Mr. (^hakraborty was a member 
of this House, in other words, he is a jirivufe citizen. Mr. Basu then 
proceeded to say that if he was a thief, there sliouhl he a trial and so on. 
In this House we cannot go into it. That is a matter for the Depnrtmttiit. 
My duty is perfectly clear. If a charge is made whether against a member 
of the House or against a private citizen, so long as the charge is linked 
up with the administration, it is relevant. If it is vilification unconnected 
with the administration, it is utterly irrelevant and should not he allowed 
and should he expunges! — hut that is not the case here. 

I would like to remind the inernhers of this Hmise that a similar attack 
was made hv Mr. Jafin (/hakravorty against Dr. B. Roy wherein the 
names of private citizens, who are not inernhers of this House, were hnought 
up. I allowed it .sinc^ the charge was connected with the activities of the 
administration. The point that T wish to make is purely this. The 
charge brought by Mr. Jatin (Jiakravorfy was this nature that the 
Minister concerned has financially gained because he offered a lot of more 
money for a transaction in consideration whereof he got a pier^i of land 
cheap. He did not strtp there. He brought in the names of other persone; ’ 



assembly fboceemnos 


[25th F*ib., 


I itea<i not ra|>eat that tiiefle persona are also linked up with it. They also 
likewise will not be able to come to this House to defend themaelTes nud say 
whaterer they wish to. This House cannot be converted into a ^urt of 
kw. I do not think that the legal principles connected with the 
administration of this House {)ermit me to hold a trial of persons who arc 
not members of this House. This House has no power to do anything 
whatsoever in the shape of inflicting punishment against any person whatso- 
ever. We are not principally concerned here with the question of penalty. 
If the administration is guilty of corruption and bribery, it is our primary 
duty, as honourable members of this House, to criticize severely. If it is 
directed against a member, surely the member can say anything by way 
of an explanution — whether the explanation is satisfactory or not, we 
cannot help it. It a ]>Iausible explanation is there, the duty of this House 
ceases. If there is a charge of corruption against any particular officer 
of this Government and if pointed attention of the department concerned 
has been drawn to it, we have nothing further to do. I cannot sit down 
and invite members of this House to call for Shri Ambica Chakravarty and 
two dozen more refugees or strangers and outsiders, summon them before 
the bar of this House to give evidence and to hold a regular trial. That 
is not our province. After the pointed allegation against Mr. J. B. Sen 
of the Auckland House and reference to materials to which the attention 
of the Hon’hle Minister concerned has been drawn, I think it is the duty 
of the Hon'ble Minister to make such investigation as he considers proper 
by taking the good offices of the police or any other administrative body 
like the Enforcement Branch as he considers fit. If, as a result of the 
investigation, the Hon^ble Minister finds that a case, which will stand in 
a court of law, has been made out on the basis of which a charge can be 
framed in consultation with his legal advisers — I mean the Legal Remem- 
brancer of West Bengal — it would be the duty of the Government 
prosecute the particular officer concerned and any other outsider who imiv 
be responsible for acting in collusion or conspiracy with him. Beyond 
that I do not think we have the |K>w’er to go even one step further. I 
have taken the ])recaution of looking into the House of (Vunmons procedure, 
the rules and so on and so forth. Without a proper investigation — it is 
not an empiiry by the House — in accordance with the law of criminal 
procedure nobody on earth can get the necessary materials for framing a 
charge. If the Government is so minded to do it, it would do it, but f 
hope — and through the ruling of mine I am asking the Gov/ernment — that 
having regard to the serious nature of the charge. Government will kindly 
I act in the i)est jMMHible way and uccordinjt to law. 

That ia the ruling. 

•J. ilyMi luu! 

P5t '8iT»Rra justir:® jrpt? ^ «n*nn 

WFW V sn I ^iTu ^ PRCTPt ? 

WflR WT RI'P «I9 wr "(.csrfttiw I ’BITWCV JRWra ifi^T fsf 

"WKW! 

Mr. IptaktrS I have told you. 

•J. 4f ti Bawi 

•iwTOM 

Mr. liMtItari No. 

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RULING OF MR. SPEAKER 


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Tlw Hou'Wb Df. Bldhin ChtlNlra Roys The position is quite clear, as 
you have said, Sir. It is the duty of the Minister in oliarjre of the Depart- 
ment TO wake such enquiry as he chooses. It he chooses to call a few 
members the House to join him in the enquiry' it is his lookout. But 
os Uoverumejit 1 certainly refuse to give up our jwsition and resimnsihility 
regarding our otfieers to the judgment of any group of members of the 
House, however big they may be. 

8J. lyoli B«8 u: 

^ f3T5T?r 

Mr. Spaaker: Mr. Basu, you have heard me. I have said that 
Mr. Chief Minister has not given his explanation yet. Let him give his 
explanation. 

8j. Jyoti Basu: 

vil#T 5!*^, W? 

Or. Hirsndra Kumar Ohatt fl |iadhy ay : 

Wi nK9R I ^URTT C*Rt 

I TOI ^ ferfsPT ^ I 

51^ 

•TT I 'Snrst st^^rrspzrlu afHc'^ 51^ bl^ ttit'A — 5Twn 

f^r I 

The Hon’ble Dr. BicHian Chandra Roy: Certainly not. 

8j. ilyoti Basu: 

Mr. Bpoaker: 1 will only tell you this; let there he no heat; let there 
lie no uiiplea.santneHs. It is a point of law — u jHiiiit of sutficieiit importance. 

I have tried to do all that I can, but I do not claim to he a |>ersou who is 
iutallihle. I have no such pretensions whatsoever. In iny experience of 
thirty ,\ears in the Bar, I have found repeatedly that I had come to one 
conclusion and another conclusion is arrived at by some other persons. 
Where the Hon’ble Higli (’ourt found a person guilty in a large number 
of cast's the Supreme Court reversed their decision. In a Division Bench 
presided over by two Judges they may not agree with each other. There- 
fore, it means nothing at all if a Government servant has been suspended 
and di-inissed and later on reinstatement has been ordered. You are 
citing one case: 1 can cite one tliousand cases. It makes no difference. 
It means nothing at all. The point is whether the Tribunal or whether 
the bo«]y of men trying the case have fairly and honestly tried to carry out 
their duties. 

Judges are same as ordinary human beings. Departmental enquiries, 
if not tainted, are perfectl>’ in order and I cannot assume that they 
are tainted in this caae. For instance. Dr. Chatterjee, if you give a 
medical certificate I am bound to assume that it is in order. I cannot 
assum** that you have given a wrong certificate. 

[3Ji0_;3J40 p.ui.] 


Dr. HtrMNirt Kumar ChatloiMBliyay: 



ASSEMBLY FBOCEEmWOS 


[25th Feb.; 


m 


Mr. SptaMr: 

i[jt 

Dr, Hirendra Kumar Chattopaiiiiyajf: In spit« of the fact /hat the 
mother of Aclhir Dey was arrested at the gate of the Assembly: 

8J. ifatiiMlra Ohanilra OMkravorty: 

fv: ^ ^ i tm 

^ C5f^ ^ ®i: TO ^ fro 

I TOTO fn^l 

^sriOT wn vb^ 

^5^^fi«frciwJi«‘l I 

Mr. Speaker: Nonnally it is. 

SJ. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

TO«n fw I wfv 

!7I W 3TC5T?^C5R, ^ ^«fT ^STO^T- 

Ji aiiyl»»(ly csills me a cheat I shall certainly call him a liar. 

^ CSJjyi ^im 

TO 1 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. (Chakravorty, tlo not dilate uj)on it and lose your 
valuable time. 1 will deliver a ruling. I entirel.N aj^ree with you that 
Ihe dignity of the Htnme mn^t he maintaim‘d and all words \\hicji h.ive 
been fonml lo In* un]»arliamentar\ . a li'^t ot wbi(*h apjanirs both in Ma\’s 
book as well as oilier treatise's, are n(‘ver to lie used and should be e.\[)Uii^ed 
it they are there, no matit*?* who is the persKui responsible for the ns(> '>f 
them. lint in this matter J will say nothing so tar. Dr. Ko.^ came no 
to the House and gave .! (eitain jieisonal explanation and if nit memory 
is right ht* said, *'l will .. Id to it whmi 1 answer hack” and the niatt“r 
rests there. Dr. Hoy is \et to make a statement, [f 1 find thai i»i the 
actual cireuinstaiires of the case the (’hi<'f ^Minister used language who h 
IS not permissible under the law. I shall see it exjnniged. 'riHUe shov.Id be 
no further discussion, 

S|. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

fw^ I ff; ^ toto vd^ w 

(511 TO (5k TOR C*R ?11^ I TOfRIVl .UfT^vniR^R I 

vfiV*vnc;JT*R ^ TOR C*RR 'TIC^ I 

'(NiT'k wT*w 'Cnro ?i^r5R ^ic^t w tot torr cwtcvr Rcrita wi>i 5 rt cr 
TOm^TO"5[Vt 

Mr. Spaakar: I cannot allow you. 1 have heard your sj)eech. 

S|. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

•CpR fsR WTO W I 

wfsi an^ 51^ w: TO ^ tor ctor to. cr tot wfsi Rwlivrw, to tor 

vOTOR WWCTO, WTO TOR CTOR »!7TO W^ffJT CRT3RI WWTO TOP C^'Q 
CTt RTiTOR WCVI fro; RTOR ^qCTO *fR ?TOT C»T^I W^T VTOJ 51^1 

Mr. Spoakor: You know.4he ordinary parliamentary etiquette. I am 
rei>eatedly telling everybody in the House that when charges of corruption 
are made there is a high water mark and everybody is entitled to give an 
explanation and not once but twice or three times 1 will allow him. I 
again tell you that the charge was made without previous notice and 



4^ ] RtJLINO OF MB. SPEAKKB S34 

ref ore any docuiuent or paper which may be nei'eAsary to n^fute the 
charge J sliall permit him to use, and everybody iu the House is entitled Xc 
this privilege. 

If 3^ou that you were in Calcutta on the 17tb July and you have doM 
this and supiiosing you have irrefutable evidence of being in Delhi, do 
you mean to say that you will not have an opportunity (J getting Wfore 
on a certain day following and place it? I will not allow any furihei 
discussion, Mr. Chakra varty. You may consider it unfair, hut I will not 
do it. I am not saying that it is the end of the matter. Dr. Roy will 
give a persona] explanation. 

[3-40 — 3-o0 p.m.] 

The Hon’ble Or. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 1 mentioned it very clearly 
the other day that 1 '.hall give personal explanation and T have already 
<lealt with the matter. He has mentioned about the matter in the House 
ami J shall have m> sav hiter on. I'shall place it on record and it is my 
])rivilege to speak on ir. 

8j. Jyoti Basu: 

M?? OTH. ^if ^ c5t ??] I w nTC3fTJnr! 

ufm m ?ir t 

Mr. Speaker: I am in charge* of the House. 'rh(*s(* are mattt'rs tni 
which I would not like onlin.n> honouiaidc memhcis to .speak on it unle'^s 
J am making a mistake that Dr. Hoy would not address the Assembly. 
H(* heard, lie believed, him speak over the mike. He came to tin* House 
and he said “I want to sav a few words”. It I allow one member, 1 shall 
have to allow other meinliers later. 

Of. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

Mr. Sp eaker: 

151U5 ?RI 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

Mr. Speaker: You are discus.siiig not only in a disorderly manner, but 
you are di.sturbing me too. You may certainly discuss a matter, but not 
in that way. 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: 

fe 5TIT?t, vA^ I vA^ 

WR vAa^ 5?^ ^ TOi iff c*R, TO5 caR etim? 

^tiy^R «RI vA^WR snoTONf 

♦TRIW R I vA ^♦Rl^r C^TR f^RT. Wms Wt I 

Mr. Spaakar. I will tell you. Dr. Roy. You are mukiug your jioint 
on this i.Hsue. The ruling has to be giveu on the iwint of order r«iac<l» 
The other day a point of order was taken by Mr. Basu, the Leader of the 
Opposition. I immediately called up the point of order. I carefully Irent 
through it and I have answered the point of order raised on that day. For 
the first time Mr. Basu has been kind enough to say what is going io 
happen if an honourable member exercises his privilege of s^ieeeh for the 
sake of a certain stranger — it is linked up with the stnmger — who is 





ASSEMBLY PftOCEEBINGS 


[25th Feb., 


fuprested by an ofbcer^ What is the safeguard against such an act. L 
have carefully been listening to what you say. I will tell you, gentlemen, 
there is something known to the world, known to every one of wovl and 
it is not for me to remind you that in parliamentary life, in s<jl?ial life 
there is a thing like code of honour. And that is the onlv thing on which 
a gentlenian relies when it comes to normal life. If you, the representatives 
of hundreds and thousands of men, give the go-by to all sense of decorum, 
forget the code of honour, the code of morality and the high traditions 
which are attached to this chair which I have the privilege to occupy, is 
there no protection? I Iboked up carefully May^s Parliamentary Practice. 
I can only assure you, Dr. Roy, that these privileges are given so that 
honourable members can appear in the House and criticise the administra- 
tion freely with one sole object in life, the object being the prosperity of 
the nation. That is the object for which special privilege can be given. 
I can tell you what that position is. I can tell you what the position has 
come to today. In the Bar absolute privilege was given 

Dr. Rmmlra Natli Sen: 

Mr. SfMtker: 

WITO 

1 do not think that is fair and decent. If you ask me to answer a point, 
I am entitled to answer it in the w^ay 1 like. I know you do not want it 
because it does not suit your purpose. 

•). Dankim Mukhtrlta: 

IR-WT m feWR 

X!^ ^ 

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fjo vfl^ i 

•J. tingk Nahw: 

mm TO Sfs? 

^Ntpal R^: 

^iTO'Q I *niTO ^ 1 viiTTTOpd f*f mm 

TOi 

i|. iMikim MitklMfliB: 

^ITRRr C*I^ TOkS TO frfTOW Pfdr IfDf— 

•}. Wi pM Riyi 

Mifk ffror otw wxn \ 

Mr. Bp t tk i r t Mr. Roy and%verybody, I have been trying to help 
•very member. I have b^n trying to dfecide a point as fairly as I can. 
If you do not want it and go on shouting, if that pleases and appeases you, 
pkase |ro on. Mr. Mukherjee, 1 think Jyoti Babu made that point also 
^ear. I do not understand ^e reason for your raising that point again. 



IfM ] DEBATES ON GOVEBNOE'S SBEECH M 

, ij. iMikini HuliliiriM: 

^ I ^ v4 ♦icipS ^ t g fibci i #, i prfws 

cnnw TO SRHTO ^91 »IJ?r Wfl 

TOTCi^Ti ^snfsr en^— ^ ^ to ftrfww to to f*i 

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Wt ^TOT«!^ TOOH 

lir* SpMkM^S 111 this House we will only consiiler individual luembers — 
the party itself is not privileged. Mr. Ctakraborty may lie a very big 
man of the Communist Party. Certainly he will get such protection as lies 
in my power. I have always made it clear that so far as any party is 
concerned, Rightist or Leftist, every member will get the same treatment. 

Debate on the motion in reply to Governor’s spaoeb, 

Mre Speaker: I wish to say a few words before the debate begins. 
You know everybody deliberately agreed that there would lie no questions 
and answers today and the extra time would be utilised in the debate 
Therefore 1 aould request all members on both sides strictly to adhere to 
the time table, so that I may not have to remind them by swibhiug on 
the lights about their time and ask them to sit down. You may now go 
on Mr. Mnllick (Jhowdhnry, 

8J. Suhritf Mullick Chowdhury: 

snrol?! tot toci w i)??rcTO 

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DEBATES ON OOVEKNOK^S SPEECH 


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TO ^ c^ ffef snw?r CTO f?Ri?n m to sitotW <nw^i c^'Q?rT toc^ i ^ 

Cb’lSTf^ W ^'i))l?‘t vr^ I 

ri’lie hoifhle lueinber liuving reached hijj time limit iv'iumeil lii.> 'je.it. ] 

Mr. 8p€aker: Honourable members, I am sorry 1 lune ile|>rive<l tb^ 
Ciiief Minister (d presen lin^ the report of the Joint Committi'e on I he 
CiilcuUa Slum Clearance Bill. 11C)7. wlu<‘li shouid liave been <lone before 
the (leliate >larte<l. I am allowing- him to place it nov\ . 


Report of the Joint Committee on the Calcutta Slum Clearanoe Bill, 19S7. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Sir, I be^ to place belon ilm 
House ilie Tcjion '.•) the Joint Committee on the Calcutta Slum Cle.n.o!i»‘ 
Bill, 1!C>7. 


Debate on the motion of address in reply to Covornor’s speech. 

Mr. Speaker: Sj. Handas Mnra may kindiy sp^ak 
Sj. Haridas Mitra: 

1^1? 5ni<. 51^1 .74 4'^7 ZWJp. 

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^ fa I TO*! itfa<3 afa^i 5iti:iJ<j <^JiT SRIB TO afa SUP! ^siitri «ira cto fafainj 

TTO «fiCTO ap< at n:?!^ ;Ji<fi TOsnira 5'ii’5 ’!f6v® spin Jic’je ®i^i at fasiTO 
CTO CP’S! TOP fa I 'H'BCeig t®faiiP C5i«i pi»^ asm a'lwifaVt 
TOTORra TO! PI P?«ITO TO Sfa® ^;[ TOI TOT'S aiC<IP fa l pi'5|;fa| q\5fa|p! 
«i!!Si. Si<i 4i<i>sii* as c»t!6P^p PI SI? p*fpi m<3pi >repa?i p?i I siifa to^$t Sm?!!*! 
aspcp pp I ■’’(^ ^<Bi:»Ta C5'fsi CT»i)ra'5!,fair$ 'Sii^ aJi'rj snnj-^fa^ jRiJiaiv 

’531 5iT*fai PRf®f«»ipm 5>i?a''J!M?!;fifra ’sip^sn 31 «iipi cjt??( Pi»et3'5f;fai5 fatuR 
P5H fa«.^ -srisje ct(;?n 511 fat p®?i;® 5 ipareis! pi«iic.i sto, 

OT’PP PlfaffalM CTII^, PDIPTpt^ '63.®’ pit— 'ilPpfa ffSTO'^fC^llfapa^ 5?P! PPR 

^Sfe®ig -TO anVr c^i^it 511 fai faw Sim'iro^a wro a^^^i 

5ip'’tt$H 5I3 'fsfi 3rT3 1 5^i''e'5f iT&eFns pRips! 5pfa?nsi ^00 *rs app W'*!*6 a^fa 
5T’!'’’iT®rtri I ct^to iSi5S PICT PIS a^fa a^-p ’ffin»6 apifasi I Pit a’ffa a^-p 
TOpJa a^ 5w sffro? TO 511 a3i tSfaiR cs-fvi pto'p a3? rerf^ toi 

^parvsicqa TO TO 5111 3151® at C5rf'‘RI^ 3?TO3 to tow WP TOSP TOTPI 
«nwi s,3-p<i pr 5ipaiii5i to •aifai pfa* TOTOsra pfawc5 cpt csripw 
^ pfagic-i ®itp#m P33IC33 afuBifar® 1 'hsi® pipipi php fafaTOsi appic«rt^*e 31 
CTOi fjpfaTOi cpt I 5i<3Vf w?n afjw ’a'up, cpt ’S'BPra a^s jw afa3> 

tpfa'SCTOiag TOara apicspi Pt'^iip fa-fa mStfe^ - ra a iso cto 
i.0Q C3m1 ®ipir fafa?pi 5 Bpi Spfasre 511 a3? isbi to aisro a^ piip 1 « 
3wm TO P5R Piw?i1 ^iptiraiisra tPi®raa ©fa' 5313 p;;otp ara ri 1 a3? ct 
3rr5Sc®'3fJ 5 m; *iictj Pit atiSicvsiafa 'Si'S’lcsa a^ti fsrfpcflpp ppmfanip fa*ii 

fit CTOfawa^ PiTO a3$; ■arfafap to iiiSiJobiri;;^^ ’H35’!3 to 5ii^ i at^ip 
W3IT5 aif^ TOiaiCTii ij'tia TO ^iP'PrsiCTfl CTO 53 fa a3i ®ra spin 
w^tvs aiTO pp tsfsn 5TParaTi*i3 fro 



m ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb., 

^4.30_4.4(j p.m.] 

3j. Durgapada Das: 

■^COT I ^5?Tf^>e Tm C5!w 3TC»^ 

TO ?fC5 T sic;? ^ JH I ^ 

^5rRF« ^ ^tyr^ ^snsj^ '^*T 

I ro^RJ c^(M 2fc?nwto^ <3ci I c^ mm 

«Rj «rwipf?r cw^n?. f^»i^ ^ m si^*^ sjRi:;^^ 

*^??rT ^CHt4^ S-WR sr.;^-i I 3TO5 WSF i£i^ 

sffsrc^ c>fw^? m c^f^efTf ^ w m ©rj pi wm, 

C^"I«IT CW tet^ ^ JTT I PT^fPT Pf^ ^ ^^^f;;f51[ f^R >G 

5HT ';5Tf?I^ 5?T 5X5T S?5T pf<3?IT ^ iTT I 

^f1?^gcsr?f 5T?*i srftf ^ snpRi sfi^rsi fpfpp ^ ifK3, ^simro^ 5 t^ »t:;^ ?isf?i. 
^st^rr 3i5TC^ ^ ???i, ^ f^R ^snc^ c^ f?R ^ itor i Whr 

^ Pf'e?IT JTPI ^Tl^Ii OT ^prfw 

snfiJ sprtoe, *fR sr?Tcf, ®?ot 5fT>Q, tri^r \st ;ri. ^ feSpPR 

^PR ^ ^ c6f^ ^rsiR PRS=I fel ^«^?I PfPR. 

<fR ^ <0^ ^toTr<3 ifTT *fi^i sRipn i ^ 

OTCf. Wl 2<PIC5^ I fz?i^ 

'groif^ JTPIC^ I 5irs ^SR fifPI PI^R Src^ 

®iw ?ni ^TOTPT “Pf;;?!! W ?OC^, ff;;^ 5^C*I SI^, PI’^ITR PFR 

i5in5 ci:??, 'ii^p^T m^rsT ^ ^ i c^?! ©ri^ 

cwip? rm 5XTO pi^R 2^1^ ?nf^ i:^r 

5PT pr^3»i <p^5fiR ^ ^srw^ ^ I MM ^ ^ ?is«n 

w»i1 TO Sm’ii 5!ir3fr TOc^, ^ ^ Mmm to?:^ i ^ 

:[? 3p^ 5^ ? fi?F IWT ^ nmiPS p ^gi C^ 2PI TO JTI I TOI 

®rf?^ c«fpp ?i1^ fro ^PT vsbit ppgfgf, to §icgn f^s^i tot to^i Sto i. 

WT ^ PfU^P^ CTOm sr^ij ^ ‘hr^rPRi rot ^ vccgfii 

P?^ PPTO TOT M, PT^I^fg! TOT TO^ “'TO, ^CTO TOI PT^ ; ;f g I C ^ 
TOOT TOT TO R^1 froiC^ C5f!?T TOl ^STf^ il=5P^ ^gfC^ ^1Tf<T I TOT gfvSTO^ 

^iTP'Qm TOTO ^ prra^ ^tt ^?i to fro fro ? it T^pi i?f<3?iT i 

^lOT^TO ^ 5:PT JTT PT TOTm TOI, ROT TOTTI^n fefJTPT?! *RI fi ^ TOT! 
^*?5r!J!^!^ crop? TO te^ c>fi TtpsI?! OTTOm toto to fro?? 
^ ^ ‘ tot TOB^ ^PT TOT 5OT, f-TTO 

TOPS TOT TO iRT ^ ^^TRIOT SIPT ^5^ PI fTOi^T^R TO 

^nTOTRTORJ TOT CTO? TOT ^ fi?P C^sjTm ^PT TOT PI PT^Ti^fgT TOT gn^fl^, 

PT TOW TO5^ 5PSj Pf^ TOW TOTIPTT TO? J?! I TOT tef?I SfR^ipif cW ' g TI ^ ^F^TT 

^ ^ ^ ?^T-va?F<in TORIU ^R?5?f^. ^<3 TOfil PI 

snPT pi^ <?fTOfgrs ^pifro-^TO ptHto^t tot 5x?ifTO ^sto w 
WTO N»< TOT PT^ J?1f^ f?fC?i ^srrSITOT POT fTOJ 5T:;f^*TT ^ fj? TOT 

^J^RJTOTTOTO ^iOT^8 CTO :Fi;f?l*fF ^ i TOT OTfTO fsipT oovfl 

C^ ^ TO W, Cg ^ »lJ?F CTOTOT PTP? fTOI TO^TO;?! 

^* ^^*^* fro fTO?T I CTO ^5T STT^ICW 'GTO CWC^ Rgf <11^ 

^ CJTTO TO^ TO frofw, froj STO ^ fa^tC-?R TOW, 
PTW iWIC^COT TOT Wrfsi tot® RflWI 'QTOTO TOT fsM'GTO Wi<n ^SWTTO WIPT 
TOv? CTO RWT TO f*fCW TO fTOfwW OTTT Pl$ TOTO RWPF PFT g r ?^ ] ^ ^ iiPT 



1958.1 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 


m 


^ iw\ fwi t?OT*Rr eriTM 

iRT ^ 5W5f sot c^ m 

^ifCT ^ *fc^ WRT ^ TO-CM 6m ot -siric^ i 

TOi ^ ^ ^srm sr® 5 t^, c^ 'ff?fH ^ ^i?Tr 

^ ^<i fel <fR f^wIs^CSIH ^ m ^ fefesH. ^ mm 

«nJT ''ife^riOT sffsT TOs ^TT TO TO^r tftcsr 

y^wls^c«f^ — 'OTt?! ^T*n 3OT C^bC^fi C^f^T »RI i^T^ oQ'TO ^T»n >0 I 

vfl^ ^,TO iftf^ I bl^ fflSl ^IC?l, 

bl^ ^ r<Cbf^, ^ ?I5I C>i iTI I ?lf^r' ft?C^T?T ^ fiR JrI?^ 

^ ^ I ^ ^i;^r5i i^i iiTO^'i<3 

TO um^jm TOT srf^^ ^c?ic 5 . ^;;^jiTOT 

m^U\ TOT ‘r^,3^' ?i?sf nft^brf?!^ JT^ ^5TOT 

v£t TQfm ?t: ii^^yr c^i^ f^fC'^ -^Tf?! i csr?^ ^i 5 Tr< 5 s 

c^rfe TOT?i TO^^iTT 5OTW. ^ ^^TT, TOir^f ^mm bic^i^, cs^fe ^rc5, 

^<"snw z^^imrzj^ ^i^^TOTb^l ^*bco^ TO^r 

b-^Tbc^^ mwr x:'^\%k, ccfc^ fer 'GTO ?jsr< 

iil^^ ^fcT^l^RT nfto m, C^*n tfiw f^3^1 ^{RI C5R I f^iei 'GiTT?T?:ff?I JfW 

TO^ v£)TOTO fw®T <5TO^ I bl^ trol ^ C^ bMC^ C^*t 1 trC^ C<b?r^5 

*!^"?!C^ TOi l.m ^ ^lUPi^ ?vfCTj; ^]?5 Vfisi c^f?ji^fri 

TOT bltc^ ^TT I tlk SR( w r»iT:<i5 ^^?I1 

OT?:^ z?\ iTOi :y{ ^^z¥ i i^'c^icsf 

C^r fbf^^TO TO^I 5T*^S17rTT<TT I ^?5I -<-^1 W?I?T 

TOtotcT i )^<3 C»R ^ U ^ 1 ?? il«P^ f^fTOf<I ^<?n 

?tt to ^ ?ii5i*^rr:b ^<^6\ si^f c>ito 

«fWi?i tTOi *\;U c?i ^i^T^TTO >fT^* 57T?:TO>r'^ f,c?ic^. 

^ ST^bTOJ^ Cs^ITOTORI 5T{^i CTO^ tel ?! <B VS:\m 

^1 


Dr. Colam Yazdani: 

’^''^frro TOT. to^ ^cii toto^t ?ii ^ato f^te 

2 T^i?T sr;r^ ^te?g^ TO i ^ ^ i 

^T3ri‘*iTffT sfc^TTwr? 2^9fRr 'Snr^ •T'lr^ c^^^t^Tva ^rsil^rr? “TOf ?r^cv^ 

^ m^\ TO 5 !^TOTO W'Q hu TOC^l TOl'm? ?IT b^I TO 

bR TO TO CTO JioJT ^5<f^ TOT TOCIf • b’l^lTO TO, 
vfl^^: TOt?s'RrTr4 zn ^ 7PTO^tt<j ?rc^ i c^<to 

TOCT ^miz ta ^snf^T TO^u;t 3 T TOT ?n ’tt^ jrt i c 2 t»w, c*T»n teiCTO 

TO TOTT^ ^**T 5 TRI TOT^CW I T^TdfeST 2 ^<i(?TT ^< 3 TT^ "^HIKf 

®n?^ 5 T^»^T TO C^?< 3 TO ^T ^<3 TO^^ TO f?T“TOTOTO CTO I 

TOT?fI CWT TOT5T T^T?T il^\ CTOS^ TOTOCTO C^l^l T^MbHT^T^ ^ TO5^ TOT 
TOC^ C 5 T 5 FTOT ^SHTOI ^ JH, TO vfl tew ^ICTO ^r»TT TOTOT tefTOTO 
»T^5 C?'G^ ^tb^ I TOT^ ?OT TO65 ^ TJ^ ^4J1*^) PTT^nC^^ ^TO^T TOT ^bA 

tel fro^ jf;scTO tel c^tto fro tefwic^ toiw’t c*f^?rT to f^i S^toc*^ 

ZMi 5 i;f«fWf TO r'SrTETOT TO. ^TifJTTO ^ TO CTO TO 1 

v57?TT SjC' 81C^ ^TC*TW ^l>iT^T t f?P TO^TOT I ^TTCW^ ^14*^ 5V5T ^fO • 

^^f?TTO?T C^ C^W "27 'STFSRTI Srjf^ •?! I STTf^TTOTO?!^ C^^fC^ ^IC^ JTC^T 

^TTPTI^T I^C^' i}^ 5TT^ CTO^ CARTS’ I C^IWIJ^tV 

C^^C^T ^GTO CTO 5T;;f?TJfT JTT^I C*T STO^<Ht 



ASSEMBLY PfiOCEEBlNGS 


[ 26 th Feb., 


new ^ wnr nwie?B[ ene^ ^ i 

'5(ism"?i ^ c’W >[N^fiTf? f?c?i 

c?nTC^ nrf^ S f^TO?i ^e^oTo ^snw i 

[4-40 — 4-'»0 p.m.J 

Jrrifi'aiwn, Cottaf^e indusry, mads, education 

2f(OT^ 4iefe^ f^ni< ene^ 

iP?'G?iT I c?nr® nrfi^ n?r& <p?r[ 5x?ie5 'snfsr e^ifivij^ ^mre^ 

jfcsT S'<3^^c®n csrciM ^ ot^ ^ fr-^i ^rsi 

3n^5Ti?f 5R] «r?n5 so 2 ?i^ &]"<t>i i to ^wi?t iJi^i, 

'TO TOfn®^ ^<TO ^ ^ ^1/ ^TTO S^5W®n 

tj?o so?n 'TO ^K^TT? 2rwc^ sn^i fn^H ®ri ^'c^iew 

^ W qi/ JTTTO srf's CSfTO, TO TOf*n^ C^TO ?OT^ (i c?^ 8b* 

i^TTOi JTPtm'SM sc'si^ cstcit^ O'S, 

'5n?i '®«?*r^ <T^TOf 5z?few ^o ^ *8, 

^S'bsi 5nT^T?rWd S^^kto nfe ewro ■^, 'sj^n^ 8'(i^, f^<3^<iic?FT 

^5^ TOfc? TOtn'iS ^(?*ir?i ‘(i i sfh n?T5^ 5'<3<Me*^ 

SfMl^ C5 pTO 2?r«P b*0 JTTTO. TOf*r^ S ^ 0 l 7iKW> 

m ne'^r^ f^e?i S7j?R»n 5i:?ie^ to 

f>wr?r fwn (^Tn e?. TOfn^ f5^eTO?f ^^-(is, 

^o*jM from TO TOTTO^ c*rfn ^0-00 mPT^ i 

TO^nr m ^ TOF5 ^ I 'G ;?tt to 

TOT TO 5TTI TOTW? TO TOl^T Wm 

^PTO w ?5R I ^Jifror^ b*(i nTTFr^ xx, ^ ^ b-G nre^i^ 

snarorc^ to j^o nie^f^y c^tto m 

TO C^TJT ^ int I ^n5 f7T?7p 'TO e^TcTf TO 'CTTOT 

^^sroero enkOT ^ to tac^.m n’e'=: i 

'5ITW n'^ e^r^T ^ i si;?tto^ #to ?tttot 

C5T^ ?n=?PTT<3 '5ii$? to xzg >f?T^Te?T^ cro tt;W ^ i 

Janab Syad Kaz6ni AN Moerza: Mi. Siteaker, Sir, the most nii])ortant 
iK)int in the (niveriior's speech ha,> been the food problem of this Stale. 
N(3 doubt, we huvt‘ been passing through dittieult times due to natural 
calamities wdiieli are beyond the power of contred of Iiumanity. But ir 
cannot be denied (hat the (Tovernmenl lias taken all possiTile stejis to 
combat this very serious problem most etHciently with all the resources at 
its dis[)osal. Tiie (pjestion, 1 am sure, will be dealt with more elaborately 
by the n on’lde Fooil Minister, but 1 would say this, that the famine 
condition which prevailed during the year imd for a short ]>eriod couhl 
not be taekleil by tln' then (bnernment and thousands of lives succumbed 
to the famine condition. Mind you. Sir. the duration nt the jieriod of 
lumiue was short but during the present famine and drought condition of 
the State wi* have seen the havoc causeil by tht‘ unjirecedeiited hood, 
esjiecially in the districts of Murshidabad and Xadia, at a time when 
bumju'r erof) was expected, destioying not only tlie crops but the hearths 
and homes and all belongings of iieople of this area including tlie reserve 
stock for the wdiole year of t+K»ir family as well as the seeds. Then came 
the drought ami successively crop after crop ended up in failure. I dare 
say, Sir, that this condition had reached such abnormal State that to tackle 
this task and such calamity was next to impov>ible, hut the Oovernmeut 
of AVest Bengal had the eflSciency and courage not only to declare that it 



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m 


would not allow the })eoi)le to become the victims of starvation but would 
send supplies of food to the affected ureas to save the people from the bund 
of death, and the Government has shown that there has not been a sinjile 
death due to starvation. Keiiets in various {onus have been given; ration 
.shops and test reliet work started on a large scale. A )>roblem wliieli was 
beyond liumau control has been controlled by this Government. I leave 
this point here, but before I do so 1 would .say that people of all classes, 
creeds, faiths and religions received lielp e(|ually witliout any distinction or 
reservation. We have suftered together; we liave tough) togiMhci joi' our 
very existence; when sueli ealamities face iis, the ]>olic> of our (ioveru- 
luent has shown that we make no ditferenee between ditfeii'iit purju''s ami 
eacli and all aie treate<] in one and the same manner. 

Now. Sir. coming to another point wJiieli had been dealt with h\ the 
honourable meml)er on tlic Gt»ju)sition sid»* with regaiil to the Muslim 
displaced jiersoiiH, 1 would .^av that m\ Irioud was not giuioious eimugh to 
look into tliis very vexed prohlmu from a vers (dear angle of vision but, 
may 1 say, with wilful distortion and omission of ia('ts. It is not at all 
correct to say that the Government of Wt‘st Bengal lias hmm n(‘gligent in 
this respect and that the rights, jirivileges. and care of the minoiities of 
this State have not i-(‘ceived the fullest attention and consideration ol tin* 
Govenimeiit. Only tin* othei du\ n()ii’ldt‘ B. Sen in reply to (pii'stions 
in this coniicclioii had informed tin* Hons(* that maii\ dispjai'ed Muslims 
lune lieen ^e^1ored ))ack to (In'ir jiroperties, ilnit all avciimvs are In'iiig 
explored, and that it is eng'aging the serious attention ot tin* (iovm ament 
in this respect. Let us face facts and realities. Da\-^ oi commuiiaiism 
and hati'ed arc over and it will serve no useful purpose in propagating 
communal feeling with political background misleading the jitnijile, for 
jiersorial motives. I do not mean any jiarticiilar individual. I would go 
still turtin'i to suy that those who engage t]iem>(‘lv<‘H ni such aspirations 
for political rea.sons are frying to hit at the very security of tin* ('(jnntrv 
to wlycli we belong. 


|4-o<) — p.iii.j 

li we au' Miiceie to our Constitution it will show’ tliat it has 
giv(‘ii coiuph'te Iibtily to all leligioiis, caste and eit'ed. Hindus 
or Muslims or people of any other faith must .idaj)t fliemselve-^ and 
reiin'iiiher that as a nation we are (nie and as citizens nt tin's great count j\ - 
India — we belong to India, India is our home and wn* shall live, die and 
sacrifice togetliei for our motJierlainl sinnilder to shoulder foi t)e> weil- 
beiiig. honour and integrity of oui count ly. It m to ihe intf’ievf ot all 
to lemcmher this, as 1 feel that w(* aie a nation firs), than an\ tiling else, 
and eommunalisin has no room which must In* Iniried once ior all, never 
to haunt us in any form or slia|)e on religious ground }>> jicfijih* of mv 
faith or religion, for, tliis communalism in tin* past has taught us ihe 
hitter lesson of liie division of India and flie los.s of lift* of the innocents 
which is there to tell its story in most lamentable letters. And who were 
responsible for this? The stalw'arts of eommuiialism. It is no n‘^(‘ fanning 
the fiameq ot communalism. Come to reality and give it an apfiroach in 
the manner how be.st we can sincerely fonnulati* po!ici(*s of good-will and 
iiuderstaiuling so that we can live like mothers, sisters and brotliers --as 
the children ot the soil of India. 

My friend sitting on the oppo.site bench — I am sorry to find that ho is 
not in the House at the ])resent moment — coming from my district as ihe 
single exception from the 10 elected representatives from my district in 



254 ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINOS [25th Feb., 

this House, alter being defeated in one of the constituencies from where 
he stood must remember the verdict of the people which has sufficientlv 
shown, njfeciully the minority, that they have full faith for their rights, 
safety and security in the hands of the Congress and the present (joverii- 
ment. He talks about tlie minorities ol the border being ill-treated. May 
1 tell him that whenever lie himself has lodged a complaint, rightly oi' 
wrongly, to our (diief Minister, the mutter had immediately been taken up 
and action taken, but may I remind him that the dangerous auti-State 
pro(>aganda which was carried on during the election purely on communal 
line iinrst luive its repercussion, reaction and effeei and who is responsible 
loi them? 1 would tiirough you Sir, reipiest my friend to be more 
realist H-, I profess no ill-will towards him, hut in the interest of my 
communily to giv(‘ this \ery vital and im])ortant matter ■siu’h obnoxious 
approach even witli the slightest odour of eoininuiuilism should not be 
brought (o ]K)llute the ]>olitieal life of this countiy. Enough harm is 
being done hy Slieikli Abdullah not mily to the security of this country 
but also (o tlie security and welfare of the minorities to which he him- 
self belongs i)y his erratiis enraged and wild utteran(e>. Minorities in 
vast majority hav«‘ given their verdict. W(‘ belong to India and India is 
our !i\»n)e and for the welfare of India wo shall shed every drop of our 
blood. Why 1 say this is that in this State there are elements who are 
ju’opagatiiig a feeling among the minorities on a false ])retext. Therefore 
I have mentioned tins, Sir, and people, I daresay wdio fall in line with (he 
Sh(‘ik hav(‘ no room to drive the minorities with blinded e\(‘'* info the 
ffames ol' d(‘>l riKdion. 

Before 1 resume my seat I can tell my friend iliat we, tlie nuunhers ol 
this House belonging to the (^ongress [uiity from tlir minority (‘onnnunit;.. 
are fully alive to this very knotty prolilem and otliei matters eoncernmg 
the minority. Steps have hetm taken hy our (lovenimmit and will be 
taken. It is no use saying “No”; facts and figures are there. If I am 
correct, the hououruhh* nunnher has mentione<l that we on this side of the 
House do not represent the minority. His emotional utterances will not 
deter us or the people outside from oiii path. 'Die elections liave jiroved 
and the minorities have proved hy electing their reiueseutat ives. 'J'he 
members of the minority on either side of the House are the real jiroof 
who are the leal representatives who claim and rightly claim tin* confideine 
of otir peo]de. 

Sir, the honourable member who is not here today criticized the 
Government the other day and he paraded bis love tor the minoritie.s. 
Had he been here today, I w'ould have asked him to say what he did with 
regard to Kashmiri When the minorities belonging to this State made 
a statement in the Press that Kashmir belonged to India and the minorities 
have full eoufidenee in their State, in their country and in their Govern- 
meut, which was on non-party basis and minority from every party of this 
State came forward to put their signature to that statement, my friend 
when he was apjirouched refused to sign the statement. Why did he 
refuse,^ This shows where his allegiance lies. I will not .say any thing 
further. Sir. Thank you. 

8j. ayoti Basu: 

5PT?r, ? STh CSFTORt 

He was referring to Juuah Badrudduja. 


iliittb Kum All Mirza: Yes. 



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255 


Sj> Jyoti Basu: 

<llCi5 ftiTO w, ^'ta7«frsrl?l JinfsfIBfWT srf® iTI$? 

5T») ®l$i'S<tW^a of® •?T^ I '1^1 

prrfgjT 

SJ. Bijoy Singh Nahar: 

»n;st; !?§i^6v£i ?P5C^ ^ :n^, srai?Hi 

j and intt‘rnipli<>]i. j 

8j. Jyoti Basu: 

^z^-i uj z^^ ^^z^ ?rf? mi, zy\b] 


I'yoisf and int<‘rru]»(i(»n.] 

janab Syed Kazem All Meerza: What 1 have .said, 1 have said. It is 
fdi you to draw .\t)ur conrlusKui. 

8j. ilyoti Basu; 

^f^I m*lf\ 5i:?nwi 'ssi^ 51, cw- 

^I^t? I 

The Hon’ble 8iddartha Sankar Roy: 

mm, ^]Ti5i ^-z^, ^ I ^ fsm 

]wzm^ m, 

TTJ'C^ I ■WIC'feW. 

fe^>n vflfifC^ ^tS 5ITP*T?I '•!>tic^d. ■®ti!I^ 

Iwpn ottco z^'k^ mr?zm 

^fn ! zi ^5n;?TTi«T zm wri 

y^Wd, Z IC^ f'^f^T <3 SIC'S t>IC*%2d C^, SRFT 'D'WT 

zm I 7p=!tc»*t tor 

^ fe? c’^csr^'ii 7^ z'^ fefJT ^ ^fmzz mf) ^^z^ m \ 

CRR7P z[]^m m wm:z m, \ 

[At thi.s stu^e the H<»use was adjourned for five minutes.] 

[After adjournment.] 

(o-o — o-lo ji.in.j 

8J. RamanuJ Haider: 

5imh1?i 5tc5'(Ff?i-~srn?:*T^ir ^5 T^«i ^tsri^ tifz mmzm 

?rrt—i)^ ^szzvz zm snsi;^ sicm 

I WT^ sn^ ^?T*h5 iU^Tt ^ tfW otb 

J^?C5PT »n7R[if1c5^ z^ rntm pp ca^«n arm ^pzm, zm mz] zjzmn 
^ upmwm m^ffhn: ^iw Srmr 

5Tt^<tt <P?n?n?r i ^^®r5 ^^TC*Rt orl^w^ >TWT?r*t sTfir^ 

SRI v£}?p^ ■sT:»r?n s^i ^mz mpm 

kz^ ^ ?^c^“*Ti ^ i ^^sfzmp mz^. ^ 

^;'F< <<3 zim ^ vfl^<3 zm 

5miT zmtM 5TmR ?r:TO, c^ >w«rnOT n«t 

^mc«T ^5n»n totJws?! w?r«r ^tr?? z^ src^fi ^ 



266 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[25tii Feb., 


WTTf ^C?IC^^ I 

Uf^fC^ ‘’Trfe ^ c^foK^ sfr^fRf aws ^sot bwl^j i 

5T^ ^us mem ^ f^i fror^r ^ m- 

5=?rT<1^? ^5M ^ I ffm^c4l>i?i(5 

siTO^ c^^<PT?f ^«ic^ “*11^^ ^i<j fwi?i T^^viiTh^i, 

2OT^ m\ ^Rmm^ ^ w^fpsi 

^’VTC?? 5fT^ iw ^ ^ ^cfT mT\ 7\^\ 

>mtnc?T?T ptS", «t;«r; ^ ^i, ^ ^i?j 

^F ^L^lCk I ‘SffSITC?^ '^TFsr^ t^-4^'>|6i1 <?W 

tfFJT. c^ m Ki^ m ^ wr ^m wc^r ; u\ 

?w?r? ?:^i jsx^ 

TOT. ?f:?'^ csn^ m tot ‘'^f^ ^F^ptr^TT;^ 

?Ffif 7iTIT^'»*?FTOr?I TO— ^TOT :siCJF ^?R— <nTOtt 

TOT TO I ^vs ^ron '^«T TOT ^n I TO ^ m c?^?tt to^ 

^ ^spTOT e ^‘^fMro ci?<2?n i pTOt 

C^»T*^ ^ ^ ^ ?|S^ to— i) TOf^ C=Tt I ^^nlTF i) 5 R 

TOT^ ^y^SFF^FT^ 'TOW W, CW?F^ C^ TO TOT TOITFW. TO<T^ 5RF W 

yf?mj^ toot, •§^?f r‘t< 3 ?iF toot 

3 =r?I^IC?T^ ?PTW TO^ t|F«r STJ^cf TO U, ’TF^I ^?T:TO*T?T FTFlffiTT C^^?IT TO 5 WI ^F^ 

W tfTOTF?? '^‘T^ TOOT I TOe1?I nF^ TO W<B<^ W'S^ TO WXS 

TO) OT5R TO^. '5TtaT«t TO] TOF5W i 'SFrfw TtoT^ TO ®fff^ TF^ 

srrfi^ 5Tr^ ^i’*a tot ^ni ff^ n^F^ ^mU 

fw^T sFT-^ cifTO ym CJft ^T^1?r?T fro mem *'^1^ tot i > ] ^ <~<tctot 

^WF W TO^CW I ^“te ^TTOT^ 'SF^P^ 'S^TOTI TO i '^i^FF^ 

TOF TOT I 5Tr^ ^5FTTOf?T Cff^»t ^^iF"<Tf^ TOOT ? TO"TO^ 'iJTO tfh 'Jf® 

’FPFCTO TO?l TO b**] '^F§»v& I ^F?®?''"}, ?n TOT FFW*:^^ •' ^FFT 

^ ^WFC^ 5l?T-‘'lte^T;«T S^nF?^F (F^^fl I ?TO^ TO] JF’I b^?;*f»F 

*^<T%F^T ?Ff^ TOOT C>F$ b1^ ’ITOT 2f^T ^TO I 

’TTTOITF^ WTO ^FTO^^ bT$ I CTO TO] ^rt^T OTIOT^ ^<?FF I 

ST*^ ^C?F C^^fw C^. ^^TOT ^ ^ TO TOTT TO^ 3^^“!:^ 

'5Fi^]s ^]i5fTO]%i?F^ fro;;^ 'row 2f?z :^=tocto 

f^y^TF ?j1if CTO«‘5T TOTO TO^T ?^"i ’cTlfTO TO?F ^> ] ^Ffa TO^ I C^ 

WFf?IW®f TO 5 ^I'^n TO?rfW^— C^rt TO^TO ?JTf^?OTiTO TOF^^T TOOT TO 

C’fF'fi mItoI TOF 5 T]^:^T^?F ^«F^ 3 f;C^ 5 T C'^FCOT. TO TO^ 

>n;TOOT iTOTO ^T^FF?] frol^ v£15TFTO TO>TO TOF^’^I^ ^CTFCF? 1 T*T^ 

^TFWi?f ^^F TO I f»n?^ TOTTO?F TOOT I 

8J. Satya Kinkar Mahato: 

5 II?r 1 ?F ISF^TO 5 FTOTO-WRJT% 3 TT:pfl'^;CTO C^ 5 T^C»niR*t C?'Q?FF TOOT 

^ifw z:‘.} TOW^C^T J?:;^-TO^ =?P32fT ^1 tot »fTTO COT 

^STJ?;?^ e TOTO TO?Tfw^ I C*f»F TOTT^ TOTT<T ^ ?OT1T 

CWC»f?F C^ ‘*lf?ITO^ C6^ TOT TOTSW I 1w C*f»T 

TOT^? TO SfCT^wf ?TO 'ST??Ff»?FfTO S^ 

TO?rtTO. ^.?T«f TO^^fro fsfOTI T^TTOC^T W’TO JFFI <'TSTT?I 'SFITO— TO>WI ^T.'W 
TOT?T ®?n aww ^^ttfW^ ^fror^TO sww ^ ?ftto vS^* ^wf^rV^ '^I^- 
TOTOH i)TP <OTT f^fCTO »f?^!CTO OT$ iWW ‘ 



1958 .] 


DEBATES OX GOVEKXOR S SPEECH 


257 


[5-15— 5-25 p.in.] 

C3T^ ^ ^ oti 

C5WR ^ sn— ^snw stcsi^f wm cro 

c^ CWW 2OT ^ ^5[W»5C^ 5IC*n <!nc^ 

^i?i ^ic< c>fi>i Ii4 *TT I ^isr?rT ii^nJi ^5pp5fi$ 

5jOTi ^i?fn?i ^Js^TOT ?iK5*rr?r 

^s\t w C? §J 7 ?R ^. 5 r ?TO 

^*8^ ^sWiUfV^ ^RI C^'5iI5 W’f ^ I tT:^^i?8r?T TWI 

^ 5:'Q?iT^ '^<5 emi ^?i c^ 

mj ^'Q viH^csi ^ ^ I ?ra ?‘Wf >rsp^ STOR^qs?n!J 

5^]^ ‘^<5(i<i«s ^*n ^'Wl^^^irsi i c^r^n^ ^ic^'4 tfHT 

^5iTOT ^^rp*f ^c?iT^ f^T<n*r i *f;[-i5T?rf^ ^^ir ^<sTf 

’®n^w I *!pr?rf?^c5T^ i 

^ ^r^5i ui ?n?2TT<T ^ ^^Q?[,?J 7r:«?t 5ti:«^t ^ ^YYi 

f-^ r;^ Uf^ 5 ^ 1 :^ 1 jtto ^]?ri 

f^ivff C7f«n^ iTT ^T5. »^f "SIIC^' ®Tfi1 ^2r?q FT^’^TFC'? si 1^1 

j^?f:;sTi?F ^5.^ wi:^ z^ ^i??ff ^ -^5^c^ >'^2 t sis»;^’] 

^ f?T I u^:5^ 5f<T?jyi?r cn 

^ir^ r'C?F?F ':yy^ ?Ft st’Y 3[R^ ;i:.-T SrX^ l ^<T?1^^FF?T 

Ui''<i^ Yi Y\ i!T'Pf>i CT^^ir^F z^^] yg^i7:?F?T ^ii&i 

2rc?^f fsitvx'i ^T*r ^TC^feTFir ‘^T'O’tt wqsF:^ 

T<^?i 5T'f<njT^ ^T?I ?»T I ?4‘^ j^$^F?F SX*F( 

7\r^^ 71^ ?^^e?I^<F z] 5ir^ z^jij:^ 

f^? 5 =F Ft;rF^^ -<F^?n miz^ i ^ 5 T^ ''Wf?^i z^i wur^pj 

^^ 7 *^F?f ■g:T<F TZ;^ ^z^ v£l?ie 7 Ttt' lY-Yl cfl?] 7 ^ 7 «T^I 5 ^T| I^r-] 1117^7^ 

.Z^I^W.^ -^^FrrTT "H^FIcT?! ^r-TI^F i-PF^[l?I ’^ITFn 7, I 'XlJi?rlF 'i^FlI'^J 

7oT?:7T ^ ‘Tf' Y'T^'^ 17rT?r 7m ?*1'7,?^'"r i 

5 x?i ?:5 ii 7 ? F 7 i 77 .sF i5^:pn ot ~iXt >i)' 4 ?') y^:*!^ '!>fy?T 4 :"’< 7 ' yric^i u?? 

tfjh'^ FJTi 4T?®TF ^44X^4 ^17114 1 sr?r.]1?I 

C 5 TM- 5 F f 4 ^; ?T{ C 7 X- 5 F OT 4 ^F ?:4 7 7 F rMY< 'SFlftl -STil^'i ZZY^^ \ 

c>T^'TTi ‘7r^^rx?f7 i]^ Tiif?! Trh 7f i 


S). Nakul Chandra Sahis; 

ij 5iyi»f7l, -EFTfe J'Trr^l ?[‘^^^nT5T4’g ^FT^ff-.I 71 il^P^^r *Wf 4<?F7:'5 

5 Tf i:^ '^T^y^F f: 5^4 m^z^ ^y'^z^ HU y<?:“t 4 <t.«f] t»t -h^i? 

c>r^ 7 T 4 «TT 4 's^ ^arfsF i ^r^^f 7mi 4 T? 9 ff?[ 

5iw?PM "SPI^F «q4t ^-4 - Ti Trns’iy^'*^^.' ii4? y>TO7 y^r^ 1^4:4. 
4r^»>i?i4i4 ^/■i5j«i?if f:s?git<f jry^s^^TOT y^ro y4F:»f^ zm ^pwf ?k5t 

5 fefj?^F 1 zff^ F 5 rm?FT ^ 5 rr»n TOry^^rw tf sF?:»n ??f>f 5 P^ 

5raFTTT 5f?r j;«2f7F C3j»[*f i^5T^ 77 ^ f<j^ ^TO^lFfJTO WTTOT 4X4 ^ 5F44T4X4 
TOR i)4$T 414^ 4414 W. y4S»^ f^fjT ^ 4X4?? t?? I ^ y44?:4 3rR4T >T441X44 
5TW C4F5TTX4HT 4f4. ^5T4T 4C5R 45F5J 4TO14 i T ygg r RCH^ ?SRT 414^41 IRX^. 4TC5F^ 
n;4;y^4 Jd^T5RX?4 ®7n ^FT^TTR 4F4^ 44F ?!*^ =?4/4i44 C>T^ 44OT y^^rt 4X»T 
^T4T 51X4 4X441 5^ X5nX44 5RR 5?74T5PF;f44T 4F4T ttx^^G 

W5X»04 5FX4? 5iim ifl4? 4nfsf4T4lX'f4 ®RT f4X»r4 4T4*4T 5OTf . ^ 4^ ^T^TOTff 5TO4 
4X4 4X4 vjij^tdl 4’4:y314l4 5^4^47?? 5F4r f4X>n4 4T4»4T X44 5P54 5X4 4^ ^ '5T4X^ 



258 


assembly proceedings 


[25x11 Feb., 


yFmim kcm 

TOIC>f, ^ ^ 5Z?r C^TO C^5T 

W ’^TZ^ crot ^ ^ “TO ^ 21:;^ '#?! STT I '^;fsT?Ii^ 

?fOT?f ^5T?Tn?n cwra C5^ ^N^nir ^srir c^^n? W^ 

Z^ <J‘J1C^^ 5 ^, vfJ5Rf^ ^ TO vilSR C^R 

zmm ^1 ^5rrt ^<9C5t?i 5[f?rwf^ ^ w«n w ^^^Tg f ? ii?i 

5^?r®RCJf?i w«rr c»rTRl?j 1 <?>fC«r^ %^j9i?ii?i ^ f?n?»R wen 

'nf^TI^I ^ ?[C5T SIR ^ R I ^5f5R^?rs^eT f»f^ 

f^R >I^RT'i1^^y<i<T R'GTn 'STO ^i?SRR?T R5TR R?PPSi >l'^Rl^>fJ<*n 

R'e?n?i ^«n?r Sesf’^ ^feROT f^iwi ?pr ^Ri9PT;;f^<T R'Q?!! 

^ej 5i^i®RR?j ^jf¥<ii>i\'tc^ C5R ’wr^'i 1 f^p^ 

^ ^ sTRR«i RT?? 3PR?? U I zm^ ^irfsi sri^'nsr^ 

[r)-25-~.’)-ljr) i).ni.] 

Janab Elias Razi: 

fsis 7fT]?i, ^rnsn^if^T^?! ^ 'W ^sirr ^ r^ 

^RTR^. ?n^'^fTf?rTO ^snsRiT c?^ r, w<?rm st^«^ 

RR fsiS?T I yfllJl vflSRI ?f^f^ R, ^SnSHR^ Rf^ ^'I2R^ 

7Q^ 9f]^ R3TRI ^5Rp«rr^ Rt?ppsi^ 5RI sn^ro: ri^ i3?pfi; ^ 

Rf^. RSR, ^fAWb^g-^, TOT, ^Plf^Rl^^, ^TT^. RT^?iI, f^p snSR^ RfeTT? ‘'UTO^ 
W?fT RSR ^snsRT '^fT?R 

srf^T^R^ ^PTRRI ^5PWT ^IR I ^STFSf f^-bT^ 

R?Rss[ ^5pp^ 'OTf WZ^ RTI^Pl^ sf^<P^ 5i;jl!;^ ^RR i 

W-R R*^ CTO5 R TOT?^ R^?I1 ^ R '^in?TTt^ yOTRIT R^Q?!! 

Rl^^ >fI^PPl^ OTt<P<t ^ ^ ?PSI^ R'8?Ii 1 

?P>fci’ ?II 575T?f ^ HTHI <R5SI if<n^ ^RR’ ; 

f?rfsTJPil^ Rl?rT W^ ^P?n^ Cb®^ f?I?c1^i]<I ^^TSr 

C^T ?TT, sPRf '51^’^ R ^iRi fro? ?nC5f I fsRfsTs 

TOf 5TT JT'QTO ^TO\*T ^PSfT^ RO^ R^!^ ^5T?P^I?I t ^[fsi ^?J^TR? 

CTO^ TOT?^ sn^TlRT?! Z^'Q^ ^fb^ I 

f^i:“R ^R ’^RT'RWT ^ Hllvbwics? ^tJU5 "SliRT STlsrfsT^ f?T?I«TC| i^rpjjj Pf^j^ I 

?n^'^T?5?^ni ^TsriR?! wr ^ ^ ^ pr i 

^TSIR SIR ?R ^IRi R»f1 5R I ’rf^bSR®^ “TfWRS^ RS? R'^tl'cl 

spf? ^T?r?i cb®^ i ii^* r^ir r^r 

5T^§ R’TO C^fRP ^T^T*^''?ft«t ^PR R'^fTR ^ITI^ ^5IT^ Wt^T? 

^R»T I ^^nRfnW?»T ^WTC'R ^$ITRT <II'^IC'0 I ^\5TTO RT^ 

Rb ^T/l’Hifl ^Z^ !^R I f4*^’ vfll; Rb *^ll\bl<T4 ^»T) Ri?l^ 414*^ ^iSTlRR 5R4T?! 

JTT I SIFTOR R «fHR W ?I5Tfw, Um «fRI^ f^-bRfl? ^ fas R R]^ 

«fT?T tip ‘'ll^sni:*! ?[C^ ^ITR. R’^nR RCb4 ?IFW jPRf PTSR? 

STWI^ SffsR SP>I5^ ST®5 PR 4TR? I vfl$ SfSP^ RTT^ RTl^ Rb ^FP^TR RT?rT R^^HR 
5T!§ R<T1R RCbfl Sf'pTRT pbS "^TR ^il^" R’^fTR W^T ^TT$R ^fTRP 

RTO C«fR5 ^T R4 4R Pf<3TTT RTS TOI 1 ^ 44R 5^^# ^S?7RT 

?fn'>W ^f4TR R’*I7 RR I R "^Isr ROTIT 2R ■j] C^.^TT^ f^41<JI4CSI*(;iJ^ CbR =CI R4 
4SI I f«C4TTOR*6il^ W^l (in 3^44HR fif^ ^ 00 toW 



DEBATES ON GOVERNOR'S SPEECH 


1958 .] 

^ csTiH ^ TOf fwus I ^snw ?nwi^fif»iw i?W25 

c*?prRr victor, snw w cspirsf ^icii, *ii^i 
5?T, Wni CTO WT $Cir^ TOR <CTOR C^ ^T}#fl*t C^RRliffl 

^:&8^ wr ^ 51^;^ c*^ C5c?i c^ i stotj ^ 

c^s^ im^ ^ ^J5>8q 5nc3T c^ si?^ ^\t 

^ f*tRfW^ l?JC^ * CJfWI C'S^ C*?ROTt^ 'Sf^p^ 5,t^C^ TOf I 

^ ?:^TO 5R^ 5piT«f]CJ??r W^Tf S‘^fC*f*I C5R. B^ C^. 

c?nc« ?TT^iC5i c^^ 5ppm?f 3 totto ?to;c^ tot srt 

CTO^ WTFRT ^*TR TO^ W I TO?n ilTO ^TOim CW CTO »»ITOI 
f«rt^ rqip^ mx. c^vf^T sfO'Q "spfW^ ^i;;^ 'sro to 

^ TOT ‘^rfror to:^ ^ttc^t c*fc»Ri to 35^?tc^ ♦ra. frof toto 

5R1 ^?rf*fC^ I ^l?T^ TOimf^TTO 

^T^«t TO ^STTC^ C^, TOC^ ?Wi;^ ta OTP TO TO^ ^C<TO 

5?;^TO TOTC^, JTTOf^T^'^ “TTOT^ C5C?1 f*f^*t TOT OTSRT C^ITORT fTO) TO I 
C^<IC^ ^flfcf , OT5T?T CTO?f? Sff® CTO 5T;;^T«n TO I ^ 

^ C^. OTP^ COTTO y^^SyM CSTTC^ CR?T ^ TO:®! ^ TOT I 

?PITOT TOT^ SFOT TO5 TOT fTOWC^ TO tfTO?T I 

8J. Hemanta Kumar Chosah 

’^''ftro 572^™, ■^ffPT<?P^ fel TOC^ ^OTt?I i3«nR C^ ^OTSTfCT TOT C^ ^TC^ 
c^tf^r:;?!; c^§ ^Ito to totc^ c^. 

C^*fl I ^ ^C<T C^S C^^ TOT <C®TC^R. CVT^Rijl^C^ ’PI^TfWI JX 

i3OT^ >nvvrfep ^ I "snf^i c^’pfri ot®t ^ *nc^ ®cifv®T ^i?T c»i^ ®fR 
^ >(i ^ ^J5)(ib* ^IC®T C^$ *TT(R?T TO »1;;?T; to ^8 ^ CTOPI ^cwtcsf5 

fTOTC^ C^^I^T C»R TO ^J5><i8 5fTO ^(i >T1C5T 

TO 1^ CTO!^I Wm TO5 C*I^ C^TOI OT 

^q ^ c®Ti^, iit^ fw TOTO 5fTf^ ^sriTO cto1?t thttot c«tc^ TTf’PC^ nr?j^ ?n i 
5T^w «f!Jn to:®r fro^ ^tsi^ T?fWR tot 

TOlR^viig ’o cOT^ ^c^ TO fro ^ Tp^^TOTfT u;™ ta wsn TO I >r,’^"^<iR?T 
5TC?^ (iO OTTT^ ^ f^f C^1®T 2T^»R TO OCi OTP^, 80 OT^f^TO C^»l1 
STOTTOT 2BT 1r 'bO ST^TIW^^IOT TO^' 5C®T fTOTC^ « 

^ TOT ^snror c«f^ c*^ tot^ toto »r:^ totcw i cot^ cto 
^i. ^?f?Ti “t;;^ toc^i ?tt?<?tow sriw cw^c^ 

?|f;?::5r^ JPTOT TOlf'fC^ C^T^tl; TO^. ^Qf ^TT C^C?I TTC^^ 

fror ^pics? T 

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f$, ^ TO^Ti W^w:^ 5f^TO ^TC^TO’^ TOTC^ I -il TOC»^ 'IRl 

totoI I mj kfm >n 

^T^-^£l TOTC^ ^TC^<ji CTO sn^TO 5TO ^ 1 ^SPTOI iJl^T C*fC^W C^I C^'TO^i^nil^ 
ifit TOTO ST^Ito 7f^ TOTCIR, 7^n\] i^im « 

^T C«W TOT 5T^C^^fii v£m^tC^C>T»l;'P^ ^TR^l i ^ srn'TOT 

W®RP <ific^‘ JHt C-^'TO^I^TC*?^ I^TV:;^IC^“R 

^c»f^ TOT C^<3m 3^-5TT<3, C^^T^ OT ^[<3 1 TOT C^-TO^?T TOT m vfl^P^T Tf;?^ 

5CTOe, IP’TOT'Tt 2T^'TOTOT?T TOT TOTC5 T CTO 

ftT^?;;5TOT»Rt£l?T TOPCn 5TT^I 



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[25x11 Feb., 


^ i ^ 5T®te feWf^#»f5Tvii?i 

^«nw[ fer ^<3TTO?ra 

ww(^ ia?n55r I ?:^T5rr W’^T<?£<r 

sr*f TO^ ^f?PTF?[ • C^STT <5^^ f^^*t ^ ^THf] ^Tn^RRI ®rH) I 

^5CTi*t-c^ snc>R c*nR <iit cw<3?rT ^ i w ^ 

^rfsR >6 'STR*^ ^PW f^i ‘^^>ii?l ^I'S? 

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ifn ^ te c^i ^ 

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I sn^s? ?f?iH "mijM <io m:ff^ (?rr 

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ym\^ c<«(r^ in^ 

tefl w wi, ^ mim c^c»r c^icrr 

btr-niR w 1 ?IR[ ^nw, 5 TCs 5 t CTO TO ^ SF I 

TO 5 f< S'^nrtR ?n i jrto ^ ^ 

1 

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vi)fif?jy vqI^ ^ C’m I TiC^ ^iff i I 

^R ^IVj^fll c^iJ[f^~>]<5Cb,t^ C^ ^st<n CV]R^ ■^^C?R. ‘^'Q <r'Rf<R^ 

TOTR 5?^ y\jm^ 5jr;c^ 7fc«5r -fi^ijf^ c^r wf»RTR^ ?ii^ m 

^R ^ ^isf ^RR SRI Rir*^, z<<! zm y^%^ 

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^R RIC'S’^RR 57;!j^ rr"ir S'RR R^"R R^ ^^TR-t^ b^CR ?II. bIR 5RR RI l 'ill CR 

fRRR RiCRT^R (50 RIRCRRJ C^R^M R^>^Sr) V]] <p^CM ^RRRI IfRC^iRil 

m C^CRR 'V. ^ibl ^ fifi:^ ^IR. R?'f ^RRTRT >R=1 liR^'^f^fRil b'FiRR 
5TRI 

^ bTRiR ^U CRRTR RTT^1R$T fR^ ^ ? CR^ R;;R vsT^lf^ RRC^ 
Rl?:^ RTR ^fRC^ m CSfi^RRR Rl W -" If^f^OTl^^ ^RI I 

SrfR CRCR biRlSRR v£lfeR5-M ^IrR^ICR I ^fll ilV^R^-RR R*R RRRIR W 

IW^i^ cr 5 r fRC^ ^IR I 

^ ^bST ^suf?! RCo^lli SfC^PP S^TRRIR i^RR^M RC«^ RCR ^^“RIWR RbpRIR 

RIR^RT TO^' 5XR' 'ill ^ C^IR 'Q ^?5JRRc1b]Rl^ C^TIR TvbH?R®RR RTf-RiC? 

RtR] R^r^ R5CRR. -^R Tic^R ^IR»f R^CR RRb^ ^ I 

CW W^HTqsR RRb^ vfIRJ ^5^1 RSCR 5lSf;R^ C^'GRT ^\ RTCRs^ CR^'ilR 
^RTH -RIIOT I CW MrCR^R RS?,R^ ^SPOTI’IC^ >?; ^ TOT CR*R 

I??RTR RIR®^ RJRC^ b*NF KR CR**H I ZS^ TrTw RW Rlbfl'i bR, '^5TC^ 

crI 5r^;;R*[ ta Rtbrc^ ‘rtrcrr rt i crI m:;^ fe vsrj r^^'Q rtT^ rrc^ 
*rflf Wl^ RT I CRI'StRI '«?T R^CRWR 5XR 1 RTR ^ RIR^RR vflRlW, miR^'QTOC^ 
?W<rarR RRTSf RTRIRT RIR— CRRR TwTrR RTOIRIlJ l^illW C^C^^fCRP^ RRC^ RT 
RTOR. CRI RTO RHR^TOR «CRt>l)«i RI ^ (ilRlf^ R*$ 5XR RT RTR. OT 
9FRI ^5TCRJ W TOfTR RTR*RT TO!^ ^ • ^SudlR Trs^ C^TTORilR bCTR RT^WT 
ITCRi 



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DEBATES ON GOVERNOR S SPEECH 


261 


^<i ^raw»6 f*(9i i?to i <rR 

^ R3T CTO, ^ vfl^ fe5R?TO»I 5:«?T «RPffRri «ppn<W«fil 
>il [ C.3 Trt^ f^ ^?JC^ ♦fTOR C^ 5!*TOf 

POTT 7(P^ ^ ^ >RTOI ^ W«a ¥TOH-~^ ^snsTiH 

m, c*Tm csTO'e ^ ^ 5TT I ^ :?i3OT ^sms[ ^arwRi 
yitfjpr cw c*fc^, "^TOf 5 t;K va^ ?[pt w;;sn>i wmm ^ csrcw 

5jPf, >iiTi?T'jqwJ ^ <3 c^TH ^sn™ w ^Ric^ ^ I ijiii\s>«HW cffJH fro, 
fro, ^ ^f^icwTyQ 40 cc^fTO ^ to, ci^ W«ic^ srw;;^ ^nfro 

to ?PSlf’«TS to I C5|^C35 ^ ^*»fTOT ^?5m JR, ^JOT f>l5C?l>IRC^ 
strong ^fRJC^ I vUSR '6?1M5[ JTR C^ >n*fi?i*i 

<jIT 6C« ?INI ^ d3^< C^ ^PWI >ijM; 51^, R I^Wl'6 C?^ CTO, 

\i)ic4 froi c^r ^jto ^ t 

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WF wr 

^ ^il^s ^ tor iltol C5^ TOC?=T I ^l?T TO, PI 

^sncw, C^ ^ ^ ^ TO5 51R,^(T5j^ «ROT 

:^5TIC5^ «ffC^ ’FWI WFTI I C^ ^SIR^ srol? TOF! 

WTCT ^ sic«n ^ff^i ^TT I %;^i;^ >nij>m ^<3 ii^i 3*fR <3 

^ I OT?F 2rC5^ WF 3^^ I 

C^ ^ C^ 2F^ v(f^?!p{^r^]'5 C*1CT 

iit <«^ 5:C?ltoF C^ «fT^TF >pmFT<F TO*FR 5XTO. 3T^^P^<3 ^ 

OTC^ I ^ 5[iR Ji, f7{, R. C^^[R ®I^?I 3TOni c^ 

wn^JFr 5^. c>F^TR 5rR?r1^ sr»!r1 Sto JW cto ^i3j ^sFtotpm 

TO CTO ^r?F5 ^C^. ^C*f^ sn^to?! TOtj MtoF ?PCTO^. TO ^ITO 

;nTOFitoi%^ ^TOTO <3?rTto^ aro^i 3 ftto:^< 3 TOCf- 

w'^ff<itof^ 5 XTOi ^ fJTsiTfmF toto ?tt^i ^ >Firr«rR 

51^ ^ ’VTTOTOF ^«F TO. ’T^ '*lto«TOT TO TO I il^^? W*r^ 

5r$ TOCFR c^ ^ ?r<fR cro ^ ffwr^ h^ cottf’i*!! 
to»n CTO ^snuwto ?p<Tc^ JR. ^TTOF CTO c»n55Fl?i ^ to; to niC5 ^ 1 

[5-4 j— -5-y3 p.in.] 

^ C^FTRI? 'SFTOT TOff I ^fto»^RRF tm 5^^TO, TOf, 

^snTORF 'wpn "snwto ^itoi«F cro tfw 8 <^ »f^ ^4 TOto 1 otto 

nto^ CJT<3?n JT'S^ ‘'itow'^TO ^ 5:’9F C^ WF S^TOR TO<3TMT;:«f^T 
STO »*rR WF I OTTO ^1^40 TO! Sfto «FIH,4.^WF 

?n*TO 5jnFf5T ^'9\ WF c^ a^to ^5n^F;?iJ7nc^ ato«"^fOT ft®"! toro cTO«n ^ 
^1 toj OTTO (TFTO ^snwrfR '115! ^i>48 >FC5F ilC^! ^ »fto 

q ef% ^SHOT TO b W dC?Fi toj PIW JR S^to UlFFJ^to ^R[to^ TO 5R 
CTOTF a^f^ RFT *11=^^ '5 I»FmJ»i)« RRTf TO^a CaTOF «ltll 

tow ^5aR OTI9 C^ ^FWto ^TITO C^rfl ^J&4^3 To! RC 9 ^8 

§R caa il^l ^ii4«F TO! C?!P5 0^ »!V ft?! ^ ifff^CTO I J^to CTO ^ 
'll’R CTOI f^IOTl ^F5C5R3F vflTOi^lf?! C^ ^CaiHI TOCR ^shTT 

c^rfTOTR CJ! a«w atofi^^n? "snro m\ S^airoi! to cto c^ tofiaw 

OT 5115 aOT5T ^b- OT SraCT CTOfw i snc ci-ii? tolR 

TOci^i »ii$ 5 p;\5C5to JiTOT^nt?! ?pW^ (lit *f;^ tor wi ^^aiWC?F5 pifTO 
TOdf OT C^ c?!5 ^ CTOaTO*^ F7rfTO 5!VF ^VS TOCR FR, 

A-IS 



262 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[ 25 th Fh»., 


^ JOT? >(i - 4 fisprilS, ^ 5OT ^0 *0 

Wto prf*n WT 5:<3TO >P5TW I c^f^ p'e 

C^ ♦ff^TW^iT fw ^'QOT CTO TpSTOT i)^ ^^nC?t ^ I C^ 

vD^ ??f? vll?r C«OT vfl^ ^TSITO^STOCST, 'S>^(i^ C«fC^ WRI 

5<Cin WT OTT "TJTO ^o C<C^C?. ^1/ Wfff^ $55W^£I?I C^TTO 

TO! C^C^C? ^ C# ^ 8 * 1 ^ I ^ ^ '^ff^^PTOT TO??C 9 R 

TO CK?l 2ff^ WT ^ C^ I CWn C^fTTO ^ C^^ C>ft TO 
TOC^ 3[C3I I 

^pf^«3p§ w«nOT w;':S: ??^ ^snc? i ^ ^ cwm f?^, 

TOlfep f^*9R?Rr fw TO ?f^v^TO tf^ TOT? I 

^sn? vfl^tl^T fw cf^Pt^T^PT^ il? Iw-—?T? 2fTO ?P<yT *f?IC*?? ?l5r, 

^TT? >I^J<?|i^", ^I<l-'?®<feT 3I>^*T ^P?T ^iT?* 7TC?^^f? ^?TOf? ^P?TT?T 

<3 ?rc«r? toi tfcic? ^f^r to?t 

^f 5 pr; 5 ? 5 ]^^ fjf^ ^ ^!: 9 r c^^fTT?T 'QC?!^ c?«'?rfT 

^r^T ?f?T CC?rC?. ^If*'® fw-frf 3nT^ ^TPT ^C^C? !?>*'$ 'STTSfTTP il ^^fl 
4 <11? C^$ C? il?^? C^^TC^ il^sT 2[C?C? 1 

viJ^T »f^tT; TOrC^T? TO ST?, TO5 ??W^ ^ JpWG' 51?c? ^rf?T 

’'?*NpT? 4 C?CS?»i c?, 

Anal^siii^ jiit" ol rjiiliiit* <»1 ihe 'It'iuiiicx Cnimiintee |M»iiite<l out rlie 

iollowiu;; ^^^lHMll tacts. 

Jiit ^ ^ ff? C^'OTfST I ?Tff?C?C?^ C? ^snts? ?T TO 

5jC?C? ^ ^iFs 3nT?5T C?TC?t STT i)?< ^nfesT? CTO?<3 CTO ?T?^ 

^ I ^csT^p 'm c?^ csT^^r m ot ’f^c'? ^ TOCfs? c?. 

KvtMi wluMC the ten. lilts af^‘ aniin* v'lf their T.jjht^ they are ^eiieallN t'>o 
weak ill their (losition hotli ect>!iouiic a'a! socm.i 1 to insist on llieii' iis>hts. 

?5n ^?c? 

’ack ol strong' adininist la^ :v * inachmeiy \v:t)un the reach ot the teiiaut 

4i ^ ?<?n 5C?TC? C? C?CTOt TOTTSt^P C5^? fw ^ 

5nf(rr?t-'>=T rc^ ^iZ C^^f '^P'C? «fTC?^l C^WSTi 

toc‘t 5 i toc?^ JTTOrt c? ^sn^c^r? 

«T*;fF4rfl)? ^ f^>G it? ST^T fesTDT eW f?ST I ilTO C? TO 

^T?T ?ic^ ?T^r^‘ ^fsT tro; ‘?i? siif^?’ ^ 

aTO5S stTC^f? &TC?? ST>^'iC? TO$ it? litTO 3TO ^T?^»n I 

C3#T?J ^■‘T»n csiic^l: ^ i tn;R 7f? ^ ^x?c? 

TO? STTdi C?^ST^^ 5:^^^ ^’C? Stfr^mi ^ vcz ?T^ ^n?C?STI ^ 
^»f?cht ?t??t? ?3Tt 5:c?c?, J[? U\ smswr^ Ji»wi? ^f^tc?!^ (iij 

TO;?i Tfi ^sttoT? to? to to?t »f;pTf? ^?^ c?[^tot?p snf?^ ?^ cTO'G to?. 

frof ^ >F?c»? TOf;;? c? to jot? ^ tot?t wfi^ sn i 

TOT? TOfC^ OTHSR TO? itW C?C?^ ^ T?^ ?T?^ s? TO ^ ^ Yt^T 
lilJr ?T^ TOT ?1C?« il? TO’f il?^ §C*^T f?3^ TO C^snl^, 

?T?T 5T? 4C? N5i?t ?ICvi> fTOT^RST ^fT? ^1? ?)?*^ TOT I t?^ C^?TO ^ sOT 
TO?C?^ ^5T?l ?TT*fTOTC? TOT? ?T? ?*C^ l?T? TOT'G C?f*I ?i1Y^ JOT? • ?CJ? 
“TOOT^ f=Fi^ ?PTO m\ I ?TTO? srn c?c?f i>i?1c*f? ??pfto ?tostt 

Sc»TO I ?TTO? 5^f TO C^ ti\C?RI TO, ??^ ??7TO? WRT? ^T*^ ?^*? 

e »f c ?(c ? i c? csrfsR^'^OT^ t?f^ toto cto^tt to OTf?9T c? ^ $ito 

c?^ mn t> i ?lciy? ?TTO fro OT ^Tt i c>ttost f?^ vatot? ii^ ?Tf? to 
OT f c? r;;?TC?n wro <i $t?^ ?«f ot to fOT W6c? Tot ot to 



1058.] DEBATES GOVERNOR’S SPEECH m 

CTO ^ sni ^sik ^ cn C5^ cw?r mx. m ^ 

^ft^T TO, fro ^snfsr >to ?i«4 

ii w ^rfei ^ ^ TO ^ TOT 5? ^ 

TO'Q TOT'*^ 5^1 ^ TO^fero if SI^T ferf^ 

TO 51*^ totsti--^ wtfro fro; tot to ^ 5;‘C5T 

^*ni ^ ?ITO (7IOT wi 

f^ (M^ ^snror toto totI^ c^ ^snror ^ ^ nf^rro'iTO fTOw*i ?t$, troj 

<Si^ TO^ >r$T C^ ^ STTlfs^'Q^ TOC^ Pff?T TO I TORT 41^ 

w fr?rTO 5ir^ ^f;;?i;T C7jfj*t i kH^nR TOsfNii 

^-TOT 5R7*fTO TOS[ TOT TOf C^. ^U'Q TO^^fJT 

-nf^TTOW? ^ ™ ^ 5:TO<3 ^ 8^ ilTO WRT?® C^T^fTR «f?T TOT fw 

CTOTC?T TO? fer TOP iJTO 5^ W^T C?'Q^ 5l*TOTO TO I TOTCTOl 

if TO^ tilTO '^?i[ ^fT?I ^^T^TOIT ^ I f® f>T CTOTC*? 

8*1^ iJ^P?r SffsT^ 5f®T WTOT CTO Uffi ij^ elV <DTO WfsTTJ WVf 

:TO«n 1 ^TOT c=TT:«ftf to c«oy ^ttcto cwca 

c?T ^7r5*^H’'9[: 5:^?!?::^ ^ otIi^ o(i w iato c>f^-^T«TOT totoi 

:tot^ ^r?i^?nJTT «TT^T >fr.'5<3 trto^t »t^tot yo 'stit 5:i:to ^tt^to 

^^il<T "^T^ I ^STTTOT TI^T JTT^fCWTTf^'^tilT^I CV ^TOICT OT?TO 
5TT$TO ^TOT^T C?<3?n OTC^ I %*!; CTO'H ^TT 2PTO TOT^T^ 

5TT. 3RT TOT»? otto ? TO«T TOTT7TO ftfT:^ TOFT ^’C?T CT 

iSr^TT OT^ ^TiTTR I ^il^I "T^ti; tPTO^ W2^, CTOTT*? 

§?TT TOT^ ^^’TTtfCTO f?^ ^TT:^ I TO<T ^SOTOT C?I ^(i (i iJtrfTOrfT ^ TO 

^f<i^5^wa 'ii^^iT TOPI sns:«t ^ tow 

C'!?''tW y^>jl< ^T?R^ 'ST^ ?*T^ 3 s&T^**14 ^^<3 ^ICTO **<1^1 1 

C^ ^TO?T?T TO?r5 *T?I OT? i ^Tf*I i)TOR 

c":-i:?r’}r to, ^?t^i ^nwTf^r:^ nTTO^-'fifl frur 

C^TO*^ OCj^v-j ^sT C^5i '^i5><i'l?*<i‘^ TO^T OT? 01/ ^T^T 51^?TC^ I ’^PTTlf'TO^S’TIT f^KTTOSI^ 

jot h^ sp^tto?i ^oiio i ott ^ 

^ ^1« 5T-*: :>T^T<i CjW/« CTO^ RIA s\^ f^^;;T<3 TOTOt 

■35TTf^T TT TOTO Jrarfer tr sfitR fsri^ tor w to^ 

Cff<3?n 5^1^ I 5Tf?T <K«T C'fTO CTO^ ^I^'T iflTOR ^ TOTO^T m 

5^, froj ?RTO?T TO fero <K«T fe>T n?T C>TI;1C^ feTO TOTO 511 

>rf\t{ ^T?T TOTO I 17!^ tp^T C?TO vfl^ W ^ 

5C?TC^ I PT^ vilfSOTTOTTO CTO TRT^ TOTTOT 21TO I TO«T ^ OR 

?7f fe <T STO *T?ICTO ^TCTO =?J5<^Tt ^«T^^T ^1 SrT-^THl OT5 5TC^-a[ TOT^ 59T;R, 

^T^ ?Pidp >i)^^ ^<*TT ?Tf5f ?TT TOTO 

^ TO #TO7^ |?9 ^«T" (TTt ^ TO I ^ 5lT:i^ TOUT C^C’^TIS: 

W C^^TOST OTST '5Tf?rTO'1TO C^'i’C< IfT^ C«IOT^ 5^5 OTtl; 1^ >T15l*Ji C^TO TO^ 
TOT 5C?TyW 50S OT^ ^TTO TO ^®f?r TO^ frp^ > ^ 15T?^6 TOTOTT OT-15TnTC?rfl?^'il^ 
TOW f^TCTOT 35 5 5TTO OTt$ ^T5 TO C5T5TR' TO TO ^C5C<t I ‘flfe- 

^igT 5!5)8 T 5;;in5T C5fe§ rsro win c^rtiff C5 C55 tr tot TOror^f 400 

otW §OT T^ OTT5R rnTO?T TO C^TO TO^T^SP^ C5C5r C^^T^fTO^ 

^ ^»i?T l ?S* RT5T OTiT W TO TO TO TOTOT y b'i^llTT TO I 

5^f®f \TOT 35®! 5fC*TlT TO “TSTOT y ISITOF ^^TOIRT C5C^' 

455^ 5wW|)®*I*TW CTO'il^ 5RT 5TW S^fTlT TOW 5T TO TO $35 OTff5 ^lf#l5i5 
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I wwHj <K®f •n jot ^T'©"h^ jot §ctef i 

c*¥Cflt^ ^ ^W4l *n «UC^ ^ ^[’C^ WI ^ ^^TT<^4 l[I\gl 
TOJ »??( vil$T PIRfI tOIBR I 

[5“'05— 6»o p.ni.J 

<4^ CHC**I4 W^«^1Ts2>c^ ^ ififTOT t^OT J^, ^ 

CtJn W'h 1T'0« ^ yQ^ ^ 

zv^ '^vss^ ^ a ^jiRn^n u^ ^ ^ i 

’wir 4fsr. 5fe»T c'f’^rm ^ ^ ?Pf9T 

TOJ ^ni/T TO*t? C^OCSf ^^fSR JEFJf^T 

^'e?iRr ’wn wn-^ifwj4 oth otc5[, wmT? ^Km toot^ 

‘nT'QTO c^ocf I jro? W’TOt tor vAIICBSI «T^, 

wi t?rc*ff»pp SIJfT CWRRI v£i4Rra iD^ I 

^BiTTOf^ CTfC"f?r c^ m ^isrc4 'Sw^ ^ 

f^[C*f*T biiU TOJ ^5TOT STO ‘^'Q?1T?I CTOP 'sriS||CH^ 

^ I >rSTO ?I^IC< ^ri^f ^rw<TT 5f!r®[ 

>i|$TC^ 4l*t >ii||trR ?P?RT? SfHI vi|^ STT 

BnTOf?[ ^5pi*9fT ^ ’TOT^ ^rrsRTT i ^ 'G?nf^v 

'SR f*f ^^rSR rJ[ ^T<54^^RT ^RFR JTT^ ^TfC^ \£\^ ^STffefR 

2F.^T^>i-»il^ tfin^ ^ >i>ll*fIW^ R C>n^ fjR 5=f^I^ 

CTO*fe fep ^RTOT crop f?c?i ^F5TrR:®t?i f^R i 

^JTOR im I 


The Hofi’ble Abihis Setter: 

*JRR^ WW C^R tPFR SJC'HIbK R tiRC^. 

^tT^4, HiJwR T^f'Q srrfs^ « sjfsiTOR 

torf^SRPR TOOT I ^JaCi'Jj ’TOTf OT-fjRR fw^ ^1/ 9Pip ^o ^PSRI 

^Tt ^0 OT* 0 TOTR • ^ ^'Q?rR fspw^ ^t^fPR 

TOOT, C*OTR 5T*n? C^C^c^ ^ WR C^ tR er®n<»T arfsj^ >RT^ C'^ORCf I 

^ SdW ^5ROT 5T^ ROT R;;;eFT IRRIPR *nf<OT JOT-fjRPR ^ROTR 

RtRIT JRROT fro ^ OTf 00 JOTR CRROT ^;a(jq ROT m TOOT 8 TOFR I vfl fej^ 
R^eRRR TO?OT '0 RTVR TOH SOTPBR >ij®i5 TOROT CR ^5RR*n^ R7 
RifOT, ^iR“rR froncRR toh ?fr Hcr ^rr-^otihr s^rt^rt rri Rmr ib^ 

SIWI'Bh R^f^ RC^ RC«f ^snfR ?5OTR 51^ CR. ROTR RJIR? CR 

R^Ri ^Rt •PF-^l’SJvUR R<RTR RT 5R R^TOI vflCR C^*tCTOf. OTT RCRI RTTCRTR- 

WIOTOTR RTROT ^ Oofd fRCTOR rIrOTT TOOT, S'Jjf^C^ fRRT ^OT 

CRTR froOT ‘fiR^ ^ R;1^ ^RTBOT fR^ RTRI 2m ir^ RR RR? C5«|^ 

WRR RfOT^ 4TOR RtR! RTRSR! fRRIR ^tR R f* g RRItRR RlfRRS ^ 2f f R R^»fR 
^SR»RR ®nf^5R?RR ^tR f»OTR OTR RRT RTR I RRRR HR fR»RTR TOR CR RiRR« 
f*OTRR WCfl RT R^OT CR^ f*OTR fRR^ SlfRTORR ^RRRfl R*RR^ l^X^ ROT 
RTI CR ?*FOT OTT ROT ^ROT RRT JOT CR^ fTO^ fR»BR^ vR^ ^PPRI J^^RI 51^ 
CR CRR ^ RTOT R*RUB RTCR I ^TRF R*R TO fR vRRR TrCRTCRR RtRTT f ’ TOTCRR CRfR I 
ROT ^5TR RCRl RTC^ BTR TOflR fR®Rf^ TOiR CRCf I 8<kof§ ^RTITSTOlfeCTORdl 
fuCOT ^RTR 8^8W CRTO^ TOOT I SR *TOR fRC*bR) RI^; ^ RSR^^RR^ CRCOT I 
ifl^ WtR^ RSnR^ R.fC^ ♦TOT rW ^TTOT RRf 2m R^^BRCR^ RUOTT TOR I 



1958 .] 


DEBATES OX OOVKRXOirS SPEECH 


26ft 


fiTO ^ ^iJC^TC'5 C^fW '®T?r w^n 

^ ^sr{k^ TOii ^ mi cte ^ifwtew*»riT tot ^stot ’nro 

fj?C^ 5T^ TO® *?OTI SIWl OT ?*OT?f 3115. Wl 

^ c^rf^ I 


sTCT srr?:^ 5^^ w sT'OTOt ^nro?? wroi 3 t;W ?nr ^ i 

5&^ ^«t m OTTOi<3 rwn?!^ ^ umm^ 

C^TO<3 TO»TR|5TT^C^«Ri)?I Sf^ W ^ I C?TO^ ^ W ITS, CWR?? OT 

TOi c^TO ^c?i c’it at>iw^ f^Rps^ 

fes mi m I c^iTO^T ®T ftn:® mi m cw^ OTf^r crosp® 

to® Wc^ (.'^I‘f(14 Cb^i ^*31 I 3TO*^ 3iH>n 

fepfi ^ ?n^ §w fwIS 5f;S aOTi>i;;cQ? wr to^tot 

?^TOPf$T?[ 'TO^Tft^ TO?RO <l®1f ?[rRC5 C^ tsJCSPJ TOTT ®Hfl 

^ifwri i)TO^ ®TC??I «R3!*^ff^ U^ TO® ®]OT c^^*l»jAb 

®rT^ 'il^^TSTO HffsTTO^ ^f®'’ti[?l®t ItC® ^fBH’ TO I ®*^^f^ vsiWfl 
Sff^CvbnJ 91*^‘il?r C^ fer Sf^SRf^T ®T iD32y^ tb'^l TO? 

JTC^ TO® '3pt®^«I f?C® TOT TO I ®rffs? 

TOC® 5T^ C^ ®nTO^ C^ C^*RI5TT^C^*R^?? ^<lfT 'Scitvi ®T?f f®t^ 5[C®5 C.^?^ 
^fl^TCroff? ?rf3P*RI TO^TCTO 3?C®, hcTOWf? SIC® «?l»®^^f®^ CTO!! ^ if^f^TO 
‘^rf*5TOT\5TT?? 2ff®^f*'^®T?I f^TO® ^ ®T 5^*C®T ®T5 W "^t® 5T^ 

^T'l *t^ 3^517^ RT, ^f®^ TOTT Hl^<iC*Tfl TOI? ?TO??'Q C’l^tlTC^ I 

'STTTO^ ^ff*T5TOTv5TT?T ^0 ST^ lilTOT 'SfTvC® ^f?^ SR’TO? I ^PTCSf^ ®T?? TOIT 37inCTOJ 
Ttoo <S\^K tf7f?T?jT?I TOfTC?? 2?f®Hi'f»^®m C1)TOI<J ms C??TOWTTte®?*T5W 

^’C?T C^<3?n TO® ®?TOf*fPP TOC® ^ ^flC^ ®R[ '0!**?i 

^pWt; TOTT OTC^ • -?pWfe® fror^ W®l<ll ®ITO»T >1C‘^®W" 

®^JTWC?I ^ blTO§5TI ■'T^r*® C3T^ 3^^ C?I»ITOT^- 

u^ fro ®feT 'Siiwib'^i TOTCw^i ®nTOi ^r»n ^ ®t?T lU^ fTOTC»® ®nTO® 
“TOICTO TO® ^*C?r 2fC*^ >l^i|1sri\3TT TO^ I 

TO^TC^P ii)3?^5Tte ^^Tf3T<3C??»3T. v£lSTTO*te W 

i "STTWC^ 2rf®C5*^ jpi’®s£l?T 5TC*TT tjj 2?PSP dO 5.1 ®rT?? 0 "T® m Hjfs?^ 

cQ??^ 5?C*r[ vl3C3TC^ ^ ST'Sf* j/o 5!l'®l^ HftsRp I bT-^iTO*? CTO^T'*® SlfV^ 

TO?R ®R?f?? 3?C^ tff®C®*^ TO® 5T5T^ TOTT JTC^C? 'iJ^*fVj>“® c*^i; i^^Tt^T'OC??*^ ®|T‘^i®®X 
^<3^ CTOTTOTO m; WX. vil^ ^ ^5?T^ 3il^TW«!TTObTW TO^TO^ ^ ®T 

jfciT ^5W5Rn f^® vwus J3C^ acTO tor \ 


[6-5 — 6-15 p.m.] 

^5rmT®®x (H^ TOT ^3rf^«c?P3Tvfl?r tot ^hctor (Tf^^rsp® sriroro TOa!®?^ 
^8 oJt ®n^ TOf'¥® m«-“TOR«? ^TO3? do?T CTOTO TO? <fl> STOn 
^ SCTO TOC® m9f, ®T9T C ®T TO?®R^ ®Brf 

®RT aHTOKTO ®5mi® CTO Wb^IT to I TOTO flTTOTOTO Snf® TOCf, 
c^fitroritW >TT ®w ®T srfsR totto« Cairo; vu^ roc® ®«n ro??T roiro 
®f5 »?T C^ CTOTOOT ®RT13TT CTOTO ft>T®^I TO?C® 5T^ C®5R ®rTBC® TOTC® arf^ STl^ I 
C®f3T f^rro «4l#tH t®t? TO 'fl TOT TOT TOC® XTC^ I ®T?®TOf?T TOTO TOT1CTO 
«RT. sfsR TOTCTO TOTTCTO mS ®!CTOC® ®IR TOT SrHTOW CTO 

CTOca bsjcsq 5iij ®iii)i croroit tot tot ?fiac® to*? ? afro totcto ’totth! 



m ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25 th Feb., 

w»f«( ^5RM ^ ^ I 

.fe fro I ^ w ^snfsi i:^ NSfr^w 

mj ^ ^ f^ C5?w^ =5TO c^ Pfw^ csw^ 
zi ^ TO", ^'^v 5T^-nr c^naia w i 5Tw1?f 

fTOff^. 5T-^^TICJT^ C3^ ^ ^ ^ 

^ I fwi ^s^fm W5 ^ w »^;^^; 5 t-?[tto ???. ^isrc^ 

wciii ^5f c^, ^sf ffifeflsT^ i:mm ^-^5fR9T^5?r ^sm, 

ar^ffep t»ri^ a^®f ^ 

«2J C^C^TO:?^! f^l'TO ^?! Pf'Q?}T ^?I *fj|. ^50^ C’T’^fTi?? C^il 

t*W^ fjTOT? I 

W)1?i fU ^C(sic«?'^ 1 ^ 

^:i STsr sjrsj^i^ w«?n ^^irPflTn 

SJ"^ ^C<\ »TT I ^snfsi 51$, iB '5jc1W 5®!!^ ^ 

c^ ^ “rfsrc^ ^ OT5 otw<t ^trj ^ht} rt '*iT'Q?h i ^ sn^i 

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m ^^TiTJiT f»fy^ mui cnc?rf§ ^ ^ I 

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'srrfsi ^ffii U'^wa ffife ui f y5^ f»Ti?^ wi*nw ^ 

\wci nnn TO I ^TO^T?i m:*!\ ^ifro 

mmi 5fm^r»T f^TT^'^n^i ^ Cien^p ^htosi 

®rtf^i^i5r^ ^^rWS. I strrI^ ^tof ^ 5rrf^ tpi®^ ?n ^ii\bc^ 

TO 51^ ^clTs 51$ ’if’WI^cTO snfw v£}^?? 

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^<«TO ^a<i ^mj ^1^ ®Ri tn«f?ii ^t?i 

^]fl[ sjf^] c»m I 

The Hon’ble Prafuiia Chandra Sen: 

sn^iifN 5ic5:itf?i, sim ^^-^0 "m 5ii ^?n tosi^ 

fvi?C<i5— 

^5nj2n^r<? %Ji?rPvi JOTfefi w?i?i ^n:*n wro Pf 

TO^il^ wiiiii<3 ^iw^i ^<3 wifii w ^ 5:^ f^i I ^i^n 
^TO ti^ s?»<;?n w f^i ?n ^c^cw^i sj^f; ^$ 

; TO«i ^$ ^TO?ra sicin f?[TO ^ fjii ^?n ^sif^ic’^ 

'®llT^ ?r^ WC^ C^, 'il$ ^^l^TvS 'S[^ i$iT 

t[^ *fTO mm\ ^snro ^ lOTtwroi toj ve^5f*R ^ 

^l*fN*ti*l ^ ^ ^ '|{l)I’'0 •^*l4l<i ‘‘^CSCIIH I <1)^ vfl^l;i ^I^W ITTO *??$ I T#*'^ 

aro nf?mwi5? ^ f*OCTR is^ c*f^ 
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^aw?iPF i TO »r¥ $5? ^ Ti»i 151 fw. w ^W!C4 OT<5n 

q ffw fei 3piTO5iw$ 3^TO wi I w? TOc»«f f^rro ^ ^tw 
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TOJffI TOC^ ¥TOK>R, TO *f»( TOI n*r5$ »«$ W »t?rff » ^ 

^<6 «jf*f 5f5f^q ^ ^ ^ I ^^eq ’iw 

CT ^ TOI TO 51*91 S^'WTO TO fero ^rf*5SR1^9n?I 0^ TO §^1, TOfI PI 
^ ^ TO TO TO os to Sr, ^:^<iq wi w ^ toi to 5 I«i 
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195S.1 DEBATES OX GOVKBXOirs SPEECH 267 

^ ^ ^ ^ ![C?{ai 1 JfOTJ 

cerjlT^s ^ W*r^ 3^ ^ 

SR tef •^— SK;^ ^Wrr^ w Sopr 

$1;^ ^ 5l3=?]?f«r >ri^ «r «it^ *ri^i if\^- 

c*fTO c^n^N’^nr ^snsra? i stprI^ sj^ro. tcjr 

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^5TO wfsic^ E^ ^1 ?IT i}i'?ra] ^ STO 

'^fsiE'^ m mi ^rsiic«T<: m 

^ I ‘'^f^usRKTO ^jq ^*!\ ^ I ^snsnOT ^siwm 

^5R>TO 'BTWTTO ?f srfsj ^517^ ^ qci 

^5t mm ccir^^ 

zm] TO I %:;< toi*^ ^ise— TO- srrfeR^fsi ^ to jti, 

C7[®R5 

?nPT®T I ZtC^ ^fsf flrwn ^C^^‘?1TS5-sp»Tlt. ^]SrTO CW ^II'KTMW 
^ UH: ^eTCeTTT-rTOTTOr CW <3 TO*snf®MTO 

TO =raTI 

[f].!,") — (j.‘2’) p.m.J 

^C®?<PlCS?$ mZ’^ <PTO Z^ ^ I *J'C^ C^ 

cif^rsi^ 1^—5 Viewer c^^ntro^ »r^5TOT er'Rrj to ^ ^ 

c^^Titffr^ (iij sfisjc^ TO ^ mnm ^?yrTE*fi:'*T cbt'crniw 

^>rRJiC^ *r^?Ji liq ®^hiC'vi to 'G*C*^ JWC“I W>iV|>^ Srtsi 

t iH *r$''<P<IT ^ 0 ®rIsiC^ TO ^ I W?[ 'STPTOTR Cffl*T 9 d '®T’T 

®fI^C'i' EH^ ^ I <rr^$r^PTrsj^ ^isnc*i? ^tott*®*! ®f?sir® to ?n r^Rsp*® 
^cTO^. zm mm ^i^ctoot ^ttor 

^srro. ii^ TOi^ mx\ ymz^ towr itotoi 

171 I ^ic-er’4ic®r^ mm^ wz ?r?w mm ft^i^ wz 

^SfTOT 5rfvf ^ TO ■TOTilSJ ^Ccl -STiSIKJf^ 0)?^ C'<f*1 

■TO^i -smi C3J z^ c^R Jn^i 

"t;;;^: 3^'Q r.R?»i si^ ^ ti=n ^=?nR W?r 

TO^fNi esnr^ cro^ r i z>i^. ^t, 7i w srtoI si^»ra 

z^ ^sTRiTO nH*J3n^5TT?i ^*57 ^ isrfsfr^ nn) 

TO I mfz^ z^fw^ 5t^ ®?te£: ^ TO ^ I mww:^ 

|siT^ic 5 — ^iGt)ic^ ^snroi iKTrfif, "snsnew^ •Jfw<7 

^T^l «iRTOT zm *nz^ 71 ^ prf»l TJU^ 

I ^3^ lilSR TO ^fsic^ ^nroi TOT TO ^y?l ^IC^ *fR TO 4^1 ^Ib'4 TO ; “^IC^ 
WTHTO TO 5Tb 'i, TO^T^ TO TOT 5fb^, TORT! TO TOT 5Tb^ I il^TO^ wfs(U5 
'®fTTOT ^TR 5T35 toTi^ I 'STOTCTO tf J*'iJ'bT»^7 TOCCT TO^ TOIC^ I 

^ I' CTO WCTO ZSfm WT ^nCTO, WI ^ W^, ^ 

TO??5T ^TOTCTO TOT® il TtoTI TOT® 57^ • ’^HTOT tilij TO’TO 

srwi S5:«f ^ to c^TOHfero w mc(m CRt*T 

TOi CTO I froj I ^snsncTO wtoI?! totor ^ to ♦tR ^ 

rc^ ^RWRITOT mi<i >51t « TO^ ij5?< CTOI *fTlf5rV 3i!^«§ TO ' TO 

niTO fro; C5 t| I snTO*hj ^ w sirow attcto, ^ ?»to ^^ttot ^ttc^ »t*^ fer ^ 
CTO5 CTO ctoT? ^ R‘®T BfwrcwBf CTOB frofTO^T ^nc? 

*»!% ffPV ^ TOJ Sto I ‘vW-^vV/:.^ ’T® ^ ^TITOT ^ 9[^ TOfT5 ^ WT CTOTi < 

JiTO ^ q ffw §5? ^snsncTO TO ^ ^ croo fro; to to ^ TOT 



m ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb., 

TO CTO c*f^ TO fer ^’a'r 91 ^ ^ to ^ ’nc? ^ 

TO Ssr CTO TO TO, ^ TO #5? CTO ^ » TOTOIC^ WI 
TO«ir 31^ ¥SRrT?r C^fT^ TO^ TO?n TOR?f^ CTO TOf-W^TT TOC«f C? 

Sf^*f TOf? TO5 «^CTO^ TOC^, iflSprfV frowl TO?r sTPRI? CW SCT*raf TOCfJ? 

— 'fiflfl'Q sf^'QiftC^^u ^iSC'A 51^ I Ti*^ "Wr I C^P^ ^JC^TC^ “fS^RTT *^d: 
WT^r ^r?r^, c^ TOCtR *rTO?T do CTO^ ^F?R fTORJ I ^lOTT CTOC!? 

Ito T<whi c^ *r®^?T i C4W c<^h vjihhIii 

’TspTj (trowl TORI) TOic^— 3r*n^. cwsiro ^ c^ ? cwto 

CTO^ TOf^l 

srroTn ^m] ?T>*T sr5i»m totc^, to?^, ^^’rfro =tt 

C4»< ? ^^iTsiW'Q ^sfrsRTT ^c?rf^, ^sh^rtt TOif?[, ^c?if5, ^ft?rfC3r ^c?iftf, 

^5ff3TC'3^ ^Cflfsf, TOlf^, ctWwI^CJ?!, ^ff*W <PC5iW 

— vflij 'Siii5i5i cwit'o <^c<Ttt 1 iic^ i^^c'oi ^STTOT ?;[' shf ^ ^r'^i c^ico ^irf?! 

C^«l TO d?I TO CTO ^ C^PC»H^ ^ CTO I ^ w ’-TO TO 
^ W ^?if 'SITOIT C*f^ ^ ^I^^i*T 51*51 ^ 5^’C5T 

5T'C5Ri c^ c^nh hic5 ?n(?fi 

^5TOI sn?R^ C^ sir™ C^3R ^“CST ^ITC^ *i)^* ^SKi ^SIC^RRT? TOlf^ C^, 
5T’C5T?I C? ^il^lll C^lft >|<CbC^ ^ >iV|>1}| *^1 1 ^STRIC?^ CTOT ^SRTHI ^ 'Snci? 

'®Rr '^KC'vji ^c^ I «i\s)*\s ^Rc**?^ I 1<^*^ '5n?i c^r sir»i^ ?p<ii7 

fefl^ ^PTOR ??T, C^ Jrr \5ic^ C2fT^^TR5T TO ^1 TO*T TO 

9^ sftSI fTOCIe I C^^ ^ ^ ®T‘C5RI TO fer ^0 ^ 

TO ^ ^0 ^5I^5TO?I TO fer 

>;5» i?m, TO?; CTOT^ TO "m c^ TO?. om to TO?; 

TO? fW^T C^ttC®? ^11; l;f'^i, il’^R CTO?? W.' iTO? ; 'liJCTO TO? f^5T ^ l)l4l \f^ ^T5RT, 
^ 1>I<^I 09 •???? ^T??RI ; 5T®^I^ TO? f^f^T I/O ^?^, ^£1^ Sd i^l^l ; C^HTOf^TC^?? TO? 
fW5? ^00 1^(41, i|<R 50 1?|4'I ; 9,51^CW<1 *fTS? 1^5] ^5 (>|^i, i3<R iTOl ; ^’CTO TO? 

to TO?. (il’^R >5 TO?; TOOT Zm. TO SR? ^TOTCTO "SJCTOS 

57??C¥, J^IRTC^. C3F?*? ^1^*0 3*^1^ TOCTO CoC^I^ TO^ 

?f5 (j|<ji|^ ^3?R? ^C?rC^ 00 (>1^1 I 

TOTO C3?OT5 feroro ^5?to TO? froc^ to ^rsncTO to^sco 
toTOto? c*? tototo: isic# toto?^ TOrtoR. ^ 

'®?RI ^(tb ^Tf^tC^ i 'il’^ ^f?? vA^ *fCTO ^ C?? CTOf^ TO5 'SlITO? 

RITOTO ^C?? TO^I ^ICWlC^t TOI-TOTO C^ ^ Z^ 5?«^TO 5X??C?5, ^??t5? ^ 
^ Rl TO»n ^ITOTO C*fC«I CTOROT C^TC^ Wf, RITOTO CTOn ^HSR- 
tf?’^ ’Sl^CTOR? IR ^ffro*? 'SnCfJ?, vA ^TRICTO 'bMC'O 5?R? I '6KC'0 ^C9 vfl'^ 

^ TOC^ C<TC^ C^W?R ^lto? TOTO JITR g ^StTOTOPR •A'5 ITtW, ^ ^ 

PWR C*fC*f ?Ril CA^iCH t4to?TO**R ♦itolTOTO 5CTO CTOflCS? ^ 
crop TOUR? 55ic^ *n i siifro ironw to? ^ro, cronc^? ^ c*tw toicsh 5*ic^ ♦nc? 
4? I ^Tc«Rpicw^ RuncTO ^-TO»TO 5?c«n TOiroroai si^i fjito Ric? \ ^nroi 
’A^niR TO Z^ CTO TOC^ ♦nti? 

TOffT^p ^ wjfm CTO^jiws ^c9itoR ^TO fto c^itocf c^ ^ito 

CTO TO TO CTO 5*1?^ TOCft C^ R TOR ^^1 CTO CTO TO^? I TOICTO 
^itolTOTO ^toll CTO CTO ’STO TO TO; TO?C*RI ‘«tf*OTTNTO TO CTO CTO 
TOH TO TO. tora CTO CTO 'STTC^ TO TO; TO?C*RI ^itoRI^TO TO 
TO CTO WI Sl^ntm CTO. ^mVZF^ CTO; TO?C»^ CTO CTO (RTO «TOl 



1958 .] 


DEBATES ON GOVERNOK'S SPEECH m 

^ C^5n?r 

^ gro mm f5?Pi; c^i ^w!'w« otrs ms( ^ ^ 

»I»TO T^ ^\ 

srro*l^ w*F si?a*w, w sife sn^ ^if»5spntHT lym jfw 

*f»f c^ ^ snf?r5(^ OT 5t5T TO ^ jfOCTi ^5[Tt5( aTC*rfwTO =qs«n 
5TTI *f*T ^ ^ 'Ptf'HSWtTO ^ ^ WTO TOTO 

OT sn^Rl?r wnOT— ii cjti^ ^ 'Q *f;W fro 

1 ^t?f 'Sn^RH HfCTO TO^. ^‘C?I ^nSRTI Cl^ll) CTOT^i*?^ TO^, 

tflfroy ^snwfii ku^ ^ i 

v£l^ *lfT^ ^C^'Q 'Sflil^i IW i'fC^ f’*lC?lf^ I C^TSR 

^IC'8? f^of^, 'Q '©M <j1s^ >l^<'fllC^^j TO’’^ 5CTO[ I 

'tol41 ^1®? v£)5R 5T^ ^TRJ Cl^ 5^*03? ^flPI^, 

mi 5j®teT WRrf5CT*H i><i nrc^f^ jtt 5 ? ^ tootto 

^1*6 'J ^P?fC^ 5 ^. ^CRTT To il?S^|a1bl^C<^ sst^ ^ 5C<I I 

^S CTO I sflJr C*Tr5T ^fl?! ?n I 'SfiT’SJ 

^WTOit? Sffsnc^ bT^, ^l'SrC4 ^BTTOT f^ToT^ C*lfC^ ^t?l <11^ *jf? 

W TOfsiC^I*R CW srofsTCWT bo, bd ^rf? CTO srtCCRf 

•TT '^f[^ ^ ^t«T c^ ^1'S? ^Tsr?n k^ ^ I *c^ tori^ 

5T^ ^ C^^ <iO eT^ SI®f TORfl^ ®RI'*TO I ^ 'STITOl 

'TO^ ?n I TO*n TO^>i)?l 5ZTO I TO?rT TOTS ^fTTO TO^ CTOTW 

5j^«i ^ c«rc^ wRTi ^sm cro 

5!TOJ ^TSnWRI 201^ *^5 ^STT^RH ^l-sl^^TS^ TODJ ^1T?R I 

sito 1 ?i wn ^s CTO wm to mfkjm v>m c^ *f?c 

C^STOT TO SIC*n TOf TO^, Cl^P^ C^TSr?n TO? I ct)?^ 

TOR CTO C^IC'vS' ^.?I. »r7IC^ ^i?I. CTO.rZ ^ V ?TC3iC?^? 1 «rTO£ 9\m\^ 
TO. tf;sc^ TO 1- TOim ?fCTO~ “^f^^SR^TO WJM C^“t JR? I n[«fRI 

^ISIICH<!I ^5R{R *^fTCJT ^y'^^ll?}. I<J?ICfl 

— CTOTO'Q TOTC»f?f c^-^^ ’^f;;^ TOT ^RIl C^^-Wjfj^ fe?T?R WWm mi TO TO 
Cb^i TOT 25jC^ I C?R? TOC5TJJ 57^RJ CCTSR Wb? 5^*f8IT^ 

C^C^ I ssIC'i TORrn?RT C^ ^'!j C^TT^ ^4IC? vslfl ii3<p'\J\il?lK*T'0 5^ •?! I 5T\iil I 
froj TOTTO5T »T5T?T TO WRTT^ ^’TTOT TO^ii C?rf»r ‘TO^I 

'«nf?TOTO?r c»iOT Ttoi 

[G-2-3 — 6-33 p.in.J 

froj TOPPiTO TO c^ w«rT C5T^ c^rf^n f^roli 

‘•WTT?^^ ’ff^TTOTO? WTO ?C*n I ^WTCTO CTO TORT TO'Q WrCTO 

^8?TO ^nc?i CTOR sn? I sn? to^tt tor^ cto ♦ni jri ^anf? wrtj? ¥« c?r ht? 
CTO ^ wicJR I [9[pp&Rn] TO ai»BmT fro; TO?n c? ^nroriTOJ mcro 
TOTTTO TOC® ♦fit?? RT 51W »R5rf?I TOT I ®T^ PTlf TOR TO 

RTO mi TO5I TOR sn? c^ fro ♦nro c^rfro c#»f TO? cro 

^?C?JTI SITC?? '^^K, CTOTr fesRI'G ^TORT, COT?? ?n?'Q C?f*f TOT? ; ^,^?R vflJf? 
aj?5$; TO TO? CTO^ ?[C? ’iJlfCJT? 2 rcTi»n? i m cra-Q ?? wm vfl?< ?rrf? c? tot 
?!??]? ?*CaT ?T??^ ^5T?i^ ^fi[*??l][f? TO? — '®IW1CH? C?C*T ^T^? ^SP^H? RifH 

JfTOTC?^ — ^TCTOT^ ?T Jf ^IC^TO^ C?W. ^TTOI ^?TOIC?^ f*TC?iR TO? — »ili^ TOTOT? 
^*^kkim 5p?i TOncTO ^T?C5 ?j? i 
[murmurs of coiuments ajl over the House,] 



ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS 


[25th Feb., 


m 

sic<n WT^ OT (w;;^ ^ M^i) rope? ^•’i, ^ 

pic^cw ^*61 ^ »rTO ^ ^ ^ 5:t9f 

c^c^rg ’wr^ ^mn irn c^ sf5:m 

f?fr]^ 7p5^«f ^ 'fm ^ftm 

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’^G?^ »TT I SIC*n TOT ^ \2lW?JG 

tzj I 'ilSR ^ -CTO ^ c?Gm to ^tt. 

snrgfiJiTr c^isr "hm ^ i c^i^ ji^tto m z^ c^ri. *q7\ ^cn 

«i)fa^ TO CTO^ ^C-IT'I; ^JTT?Ii)?I J:)^. C¥^;?Tl5^ -^TOT C^ 

c^f^ i5>(i w i^r htw to 

i)^j-ilj0 ^’*f» I^^T. 5;ra>T-W^^ srw fRC?fe CTO iTOfW 

ly 5^f'^T?T 1^141 ilfSf^^I^TBTTOT CcTR ^ C^fl^ 0^ 5T^ (;i<f'i I SC'ii^ 

^)lI©?C^l5c^ ^SHTOT fe?TfW HWl cW? ^TfW TO3 ifel 

4W*i I 2fC*^ ^ TOrf^—B^R^ ^TITO^IG 'SflTOT Ci^ 

I ^51^ c^pc^t^ G TO^T^n^ ^c?rfw • c^t^ c?t^ ^??rc^*R - 

— WlJl ®??tf*T^*I? 5RT^ C^14' ^ C^^nC^ ®RT^ C^^ 

^f^TC^P'R *^*ls| -qiC^Is^ I TO ®f^ C^ ^T*TO SfCTTTSR C^l ^IV<1I I 

torI? ^ic^TO^T 5!;’ to;^ fro §K;f c^'STf^ ctotst sh^^to 

*^TC5TCfR, 'St?! ®RT ®?Wlfe TORTCW? ^ff*BTOC®TO C^f«TO 51^ 

I TO ^iraiCH^ C^**! TOT®^ TO C^TTCTO ^ i^S^ITO I TO^TfOT CWC*T 

vfl^JRT BT^TOi5 TO;TO® ^^TOS CelT^ -^[GTIf ?r?T ?TT I ^«R ?TOi?J C«fC^, 

C^, WIT C^C^ CTO 7m TOTOI y^IjCTO^ STS^ fer 

c?^ '^\f^ f^i^CTO^ TOT^*^ TO ^TOT, c^ ^ t’N&rMro 

vilfWr ; TOT^ l^T m TOT GC?ICW-CTO : ?liTOlCT~TOT^ 

TO "Sn^TT f^. TO:<T C^^ 1^ TO ^^TT. .‘TOTO 

?i;;W?TTO w? i;T^ TO TO! ^.m, tortcjt 1^ *f;’ toj. ^ 

TO ^Rl, C?v5’ I;l'^l ; <TfTO]«T - ^l>iRC^lfi1 C*i^ 1/1 ^1. <f>l5l*<l IjT^, ?l1<3'9^ 

Oi^ 5T'<P1. '■TO TO TOT. ^ TO TOT 1 

^ ^?I 'l^tC^T ^^"^nCR 'il"<s ^^T TO ^T?TT ^'C^T GTO C^TC^^ TO?T 'OT 

CJTOJ <I*J^ ilC^CW I "TOTO C5Tf^iT^%?I ^ TO TOT. 1^ 

^ TOT, 7Ttf?[ ^u<^ ^<5ST TO TOT. *f;’ ?q^->TO ^ 

CTOf TOI, Sto*^ ^£1^ ^ TO TOT, TOTW^ ij^ $T^ TO TOI, PTO'?!^ il^ 
TO TOT; (’^(C’TJTTOf;^ ^5TOT)- -TOI T^' ^5nf9li^--gif;TO %' 

#0rt5T^-TOr TO TOI. ^ftWrt^ »f;’ *?;’ 

$p|r[ nSItS TOTT ; GC^*^ — TO?T i»l'*Pl <il9TT?I ^IRI, TO^S^ ^1^1 '«(fJ 

TOT; Crof^TOT-TOT vfl^ ^ ^ TOT. fwi^ ^ ^ TOT, 5lWT^Hn TOT^ 
dr^, C5Wf®T^ til^ TO TOTI I 

yr e^ y t e y ^ TOcsWtii^ '^m ^ ^tst^cot c 9 *r?T to to cot c^ ^ ^ c§*^ 
Wwii c?Girr ^ ^srironr toto to^ri*t ^c?i ^tc^ i c<pS tot toc^ m i 
'CTTSRIT ci^ f?lf*T*F ^[TTTO?[ ci^ GC?iCSr>l ^ ?OT C?r^ 

iJt^ OOT^ PT^ dWT ’^TTOT TO*n 

C*ff ^ fsTC^ OTt TOOT TOTOR fTORl ?CTO TO; TOTOR IR TORT ^Tlf^ 

t^ f u pvgyeT t?n^Tr?3T^nc^ tow wtot ^tto torp ^ ^ toc^ toTw ^tti toot 

TOTWTO *f;’-<fl^Ff‘R 'SOT ^ TOT ^WS$T OT C^^fOT^TO I TO^ feTO CWG5T 
OTCf C^ TOOT CTO^fl^ <OT W»RMI^ ^ ^ TOC^ ^ ^ I C^^TOT OTT CTO 
'WIC^I CTOCR WTO ^5OT 0 CW^ 8b TO CTOTR bbCi^T ^OT Ob*il feCTOW 



1958.1 


DEBATES ON GOVEllNOB'S SPEECH 


271 


^ ^ ^ 7ncBT?r obvij m?q?nf?r -^* 1 ; 

TOff ^ S^ ^ ^ b*^ C^TOR?^ ‘*151^ ^ 94 

spj? ^:?!R ^13^ 3Pflp^ ^ "^W.l- 

6T^-«Tn^ 'Sm;?! siTCb^ sjctn i3^ ^i*T?n 

C^*ul?3 Ul craff C^ Kiwi'S 

^t^i) I 

^53c? 3^ 5rm1?i w; 1 isrs !:to 

jRii^ c? tf*'v5^?R?E«n ^(?! ^1 

5n?Rl?I tafec1^3 (Tl'TO ^’-^*\ \^^ f^PTR ^ ^»n 

I R^^i<r;«TF' ''WCiT^ ^tyit ^STO’'^ ?3’*R 5R^ 

RT fe Vf^'^u^ l^m CRT’C^R ^ viic>i f"^ m 

fjr'c^'cse*^ rM w^ '^^1 ^srrf?! ^ ^ ‘f'^srocm 

OTc^ ^<3?n I b'o 5isn^ C’wi^ sj]^ 1 

Mr. Speaker: 

T<W1*J^ CHEF'S ?i'Srf^ ^C?iC^»-] U^l'^ I 

The Hon’ble Prafulla Chandra Sen: 

uv^. z^, ^sm <3 ^[5Tw^ w wpf^ ^ I ^53^1 zmc^ ^ va^pr:#^ m 

— C^lll\i'<7l‘q,^ '*lli|<5l TO I if^b^MCTO ^5n?r5R bO ^T5n?| C^^=TOT? STI^ I 

^SFRTOT ^srtos iifwi u3fw 

04 ^IS»'l<t F?^TOT^ STF^ I R‘'^5<TO^TO 1^0 JTF^l^ ?7^r-?F STT^5^?1 5CT 'il^R 

WT?I^ OllCl? FTF^iW RTRWF 'bO ^^'51. (iJ^riR S? 'S41Cte FTF^IW 

'SM ^FC^, ^IH'St >F*^'~ ]lFTOl]c7 <3C?R^F ‘'1I<1111C*1 'SRIW I FTF^TFC^T 

f^j;^ TO^ ?i5?i OT, ^ ?n^i ^^^TO to^ ^ i 

b'o ?75^ C^4T^f'^F Sl^*R ^O 5T®fBF ^F^^ ^TFRFH'G 'J>I]M<ri 

5RT ?ft'^ttJ v^'m<\ srJ^to f*^; ?ifR 

800 IC t ^?F 5^*^ '*Fli|^ b'o C^K‘C«^ ^FTO TO’^^FI ^’?iri ‘*1T?f^ I 

^ tf'TOR?FC^ TOSFIST Um TO i^F I ^RF?! 'Sn'^TOI 

m 5^F^TO 5F^T»F?I C>F^W tafee^R <Si'^K ^ssk 'SFI^ntPf 

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utilitiatiou to the iiiaximuiii quantum reach 

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The'Hon’ble Or. Biiihan Chamlra Roy: Sir, tlie Kpeerh of Her Excellency 
the (iovernor alway.*^ puts before the IliiUNe or attempts to put betpre the^ 
House the jwsition of the country according to what the (Toveniment think 
should be put before the House. Nobody can mi\ that we have absolutely 
got vi'hat we wanted, that there are no needs, there are no deficiencies in 
this State. It would be foolish to say that, because in any country whick 



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i .9 developing, as thin country is developing, it would he a wrong thing 
to suggest that we have got what we have wanted, we have reached the 
ifinal stage of our development. 

6-45 p,m.] 

J hqpe 1 always say that no people of a country should have 
that coinj)lacency because once j'ou have the complacency you 
become almost a dead j)erson, because you have nothing to 
struggle lor or against. One of the most im])ortant problem 
of this State, a])art from the food problem and the refugee problem, is 
undoubtedly the unemployment juoblem. I was looking into the figures 
and [ find that within the last two or three years we liave inci eased tlie 
number ot posts, for example, we have got about 1 1 to tliousand 

ieachers appointed lor relieving the unemployment among the educated 
class. We Imve got about 26 thousand students who are being trained in 
the different teclinical institutions. We have got about 6 thousand 
people — to name a few — who are being employed in the Tran.sport Depart- 
ment and so on. My friend Sj, Prafulla Sen has said that the cottage and 
«mall industries have also developed. Therefore there is no doubt that 
the number of posts have increased within the last few years but the 
uumber of people wanting p(»sts are also inreasing in rapid stride. Wliaf 
has iiappened is that tlie number of employment that we can find and the 
number of people who seek employment, the relationsliip between the two 
is such that there is always the demand of emphnment more than we can 
supply. But we have got to think out new ways by which we can increase 
the employment potential in this vState. A question has been raised whether 
the size of the Second Five-Year plan ha.s been reduce<l. It is not correct. 
As I have said before the total amount provided lor oi allotted to this 
State is Hs. 158 crores originally and 4 crores more for the transferred 
ureas of Behar, — 157 crores including 16 crores for the Damodar Valley 
Project and that figure still remains. What has happeneil is that we 
have not been able yet to get the Government of India’s help that they 
promised during the first two years of the Second Five-Year Plan, hul let 
uotliing deter us. We propose to continue implementing the itenw ot the 
Second Five-Year Plan so long as we are able to do so. 

Another (juestion has been raised as regards the position ot the Bengali 
language in this State. 1 might tell my friends the position as we see it 
in Article 845 of the Constitution and according to that Article the State 
Legislature may by law adopt any one or more of the languages in use in 
West Bengal, for example, Bengali — tliis is to he enacted — as the language 
or languages to be used for all or aiiN of the official ]>urpose8 of that State. 
This will be the official language of the State but until that law 
is passed by the Legislature English is our official language. 
Article 210 of the Constitution says — the business in the Legislature 
shall be transacted in the official language or languages of the State. I 
have iust now said until a law is pas^ in this State making Bengali the 
official language, the business of the Legislature shall be transacted in 
English or it may be transacted in Hindi or in English. These are the 
provisions of Article 210~provided that the Speaker or the Chairman may 
permit any member who cannot adequately express himself in any of the 
languages mentioned above to address the House in his mother tongue. 
Article 848 states that all bUls and amendments, all acts passed and 
ordinances promulgated, all rules, orders, regulation^ and bye-laws issued 
under this ('ouvstitution or under any Act .shall be in English until the 
Parliament otherwise provides by law. Article 848(8) .says that if the 
liCgislatiire has prescribed the language other than English, then a trans- 
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shall published in the State Gazette and ahall be deemed to be the 
authoritative text ex})re8sed in English. Articles 248(1> and ii48(2) say— 
until Parliament ])y law otherwise provides all proceedings of the High 
Court ^hall be in Euglisli, but the Governor nutv, with the- President V 
previous assent, authorise the use of Himli or the officiul language of the 
State in the proceeding> of the High Court of the State, luerefore, u 
will be seen that the first thing we liave got to decide is to try and put in 
a Jaw whereby we can get everything done in Bengali. Then the next 
jmsition that we have got to think of is with regard to tlu» official purposes. 
The more important thing is the questioii of wlucation (d our young men 
jii the dih:erent stages of educational career. That has to he thoiight of 
and ue in the (iovioniucut are tr\ing to ev(»lve a scheme for giving effect 
to our objectives. 

Now, the next point that has been raiseil is the question about the 
“Build your own house scheme”. Personally, I am very anxious that the 

S 5ople of this State should take up this “build your owm house scheme”. 

uring the flood of 1950 a large number of houses, m you know uImduI 
two lakhs house.-. — mostly mud houses had been demolished. We went to 
see these places and we found they had partially gone down. The question 
was — what is t(j be done ^itli regard to rebuilding ol tln‘s(* liousesK 
Csually. the GoveiTiment ot India provided lis. dOO for such rtdniilding 
for each house. 

p.ui.] 

We tried to find out a im*tlio<] by which wc could, rejilace the 
mud-houses by brick liouses ,iiid \iitbin tlie figure of lis. dOO which io 
to be pimided by the Goverumeiit ot India. This could only be done if 
the ])eo))le themselves were prepareil to manufacture tlieir own bricks and. 
burn iliem, we providing t,bem with coal. Altogether about Id crores of 
bricks have lieeii maiiutactured and burnt by our people which is not w 
veiv small achievement lor our rural jioople. Altogether 14,000 houseji 
have been built and 21 villages linve been rebuilt — I mean, the villages the- 
lauds of whicli had been washed oft have lieeii rebuilt. Besides that, thi« 
“Build Youi Own House” scheme has developed in our people — and I 
hope it will continue to develop in our people — a measure of self-help. 
Instead of depending ujion outsiders, upon brick-builders, k> supjdy them 
with bricks or instead of reproducing tlie mud-houses again,, th«y can now 
build their own bouses on more solid fouiulations. 

N(»w, there are one or two small matters which I can also mention hero 
with regard to Mnlda, The (juestion of comminiication with Maldu had 
been brought up before the Government of India since 1949. At first it 
was thought that we might bjei^^ble to get the Farakka Barrage done early 
enough to make it unnecessary for any other step being taken for 
establishing communication with Malda. I believe thoit it is- the duty of 
the Government of India and I have said so — to replace the communication 
that was existing before the partition through Lulgola area. There is no 
earthly reason why the people of the Maldu area should not have their 
communication easier than what it is today. For various reasons, however, 
the Farakka Barrage is not yet in view . Therefore, I have been pressing 
for a solution and only four days ago a man from the Railw’^ay Board cam© 
to me for having a railway line from Khejuriaghat to Malda so that we 
can provide for a power ferry near Khejuriaghat and there would not b© 
the uncertainty that, w^e know, happens whenever there is a cro.ssing to 
be made at the other places, viz., Maniliarigliat and Snkrigalighat, (The- 
Hon’Me Siddnrtha Sankar Boy: It should be Dhulian Ganges.) 



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Now, ia order to avoid the wastage of precious mangoes of Malda, we 
decided a year and a half ago to have, if nothing else, an air-strip so that 
the mangries could be brought over to Calcutta or to other areas and be 
supplied to the people there at a fairly reasonable rate. I am glad to say 
that the C entral Government have agreed to finish the air-strip by the end 
of March so that it might catch the mango season early enough. 

With regard to the other problems regarding Malda which ha\e been 
mentioned by my friends, I need not into them at the present moment. 

Now, I come to the subject-matter of corruption. My friend 
Mr. t Ibahravorty, in order to prove tliat there was corrujition not merely 
in Uie Government hut in Ihe head of the Government iiNo, lins raised 
certain issues either to deliberately mi-'lead the i>e()ple here or due tf» 
ignorance. Sir, in order to establi'<h his jroint, lie, tir.it of all, started 
by saying that the Maharaja of Burdwan got .some advantages through 
the Government. 'I'lie first point tliat he made was that the benefit of 
collecting arrears tbrongli the Government machinery under the 
Estates Accjuisition Art was (*x(ended to the Mahaiaj.i of Huidvv.in oiilv , 
'J'his is nhsoiutely untrue. The provision is in the Act and a.j>l)ody eaii 
satisfy hini.selr alirnit the (’omiitions laid down in the Act. Tp till now rhe 
Government have re(*eived b4d applications of which •‘^Uo havf* been grant (‘d 
and ihe re-t are being seriitini.scd. The second jioint be made was that 
the C'olleetor ohjecttsl to his proposal ol taking over the Maharaja's area 
under sections 7 and 1). 'I’liis is, again, ahsolutel> iintnie. The ('olleetor'" 
letter is here. He wTote, “We rna\ not liave any objection to take over 
collection of the area hut we will be re([uiring some additional staff”. 

The third point made wa.s that debutter was excluded from ordinary 
acquisition because the Maharaja had more dehutter properties than 
secular. The total amount of income of the Maharaja of Burdwan w'as 
betw’een 81 and 94 lakhs annually, and wdth regard to the debutter property 
the amount received varied between ti and 7 lakhs This is frqni the 
/#>i<‘ords of the ('ourl of Wards under wdiich the juoperty was eontndbMl 
'Then he sai<l tlmt the Maharaja’s Palace — tins is most important — was 
valued at 7 lakhs but tlmt ho w'as pai<l II lakhs. Tim fact is tlmt the 
vnluatiou came up to I-' lakhs |t> thousand and the Maharaja was aetualh 
paid 14 lakhs; 2 lakh.s less than the vahmtion Besides tlii.e, the Maharaja 
has only recently handed over some ot his jiroperties under the provisions 
of the Charitable Endowments Act (Act VI of 1890) for tin* ])urpf>se of 
providing facilities tor Tniversity education at Burdwan. The lettei runs 
thus, “I make over to the Government of A\b‘sl Bengal the ju’operties 
de.scribed in the schedule to he held in trust under the jirovisions of the 
Charitable Kmhiwment.s Act for the purpose of providing facilities for 
Cniversity education in Burdwan. It is, howevei , understood tlmt ol the 
properties thus made over. 1 shall be permitted to retain possp.ssio^i nt the 
building known a.s Hnj Mahal bearing miiniH^ial holding Xo. I(i0 for two 
years at the lowest.” The value of the various lands and buildings is 
estimated at 2-’) laklis. The whole of the Maharaja’s Palace has lieen 
handed ov'er to tlie (Tovernment of West Bengal for the purpose of having 
a Cniversitv centre in llurdwan. This ii the background. 

The other point that my friend had made was that in order to satisfy 
the Mnharnja or to help hi^i or to pamper him. I had definitely made him 
tbe Chairman of ilie B. C. Rov Polio Clinic, As it so hapi>eiis I got a letter 
yesterday which, I understand, has been published in the pajiers today. 
“As one of the trustees of the B. C. Hoy Polio Clinic. I think it is mv duty 
to clear some misconception in the public mii d about the institution. 
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Bfliaghata. After almost iucredihle eftorts he secured with the help of 
friends large donations, one of over 2 lakhs of rupees from Shri Girid!i;i"*ilal 
Mehta. He named the institution after Dr. B. C. Roy and also uameil ihe 
trustees amongst whom were the Maharaja of Burdwau. Prnhhudayai ji 
Bimatsingka, Shri Xaresh Nath Mukherjee and others. 

[(i-.V) — 7-5 p.m ] 

“The foundation stone of tht' institution was laid hy tlie Prime Minister 
of India. The institution reeeived no (ioveniiuent help and was d 

hy a Managing Committee ot which I was tlie Chairmati' ' — this is trom 
J)r. Nalini Hanjan Sen (Inpta, “After >ome time .serious diffeieiiees in 
the Managing Committee on matters of principle coiiipelhHl me as the 
Chairman to i“ei|uest the (ioveniiuent to take over the institution, fu 
March ID’iT the Treasurer telt compelied to stop payment and one of us 
had to advauee several thousands ot ruiiees for earrN lug on tlie essentinT 
wnik of tli<‘ h{)^])ital. I repeate<ll\ heggetl the Chief Minister Ui take over 
the in^lit utioii, as olhei f would ha\e to elose tli** hospital. The 

hospital was tlien taken o\e: 1»\ tin* (tovfrnment v\i(li all iK assets ;nid 
iiahilitioK, It iheie is an> giK'vanee against Dr. IC C lh*y it is this tluit 
hecMU^e ot the association <.1 IiIn name lu‘ lia> <lone les'^ lot this iustitnlion 
than exjieeted of him. I trust \ou will he pleased to imhlish this letter 
as early as possible.” 

Tlieretore. Sii’. th“ two main arguments that m\ friend has produced 
ate that 1 have ae(*<mimodat(‘d tlie Maliaiaja with an extra amount ol 
monc\ ami also put him in eharg-e of the Polio Clitiit* -I do not know whnt 
tlie founeetion hetween the two is - and luM'ausc of this he had been g%>od 
enougli to sell liis [iroperty to me at Rs. 1,000 a eoitah. Sir, my friend 
liad the pajieis with him, ami I rememluM- on tuo oia asions you asked him 
\\ij'*lljri he ^\a> speaking tiom doeumenls which he had in poss«*ssion mid 
he I'tjilied ‘yes', and the paper that he had with him was a cojiv wbieh I 
lia\c*g('t here. I sh.iU come to that presently. 

Sii' I iust giV(' you a litth* haekgiotind oi tlio p'op<Mi\. On the ‘5|st 
Mio . ]0|l4. tlie Mahara jadhira ja Beio\ Chand Maha’ali e.\ecut(*d a lease 
in lavour of Akliil Chandra Muklierji, 24, lVi>ul]>ultv Lane, for an area 
''f 8 higlias, more or less, known as Nf>. 2. Rowland Lane The lease was 
for a period of 100 years on a monthly rent of IN. 200 for tin* first all veiirs 
am) Rs. .‘hlO for the next 5(1 \i‘ars. There was also an option given in the 
original lease to the li*sM*e oi liis lejuesentatiM*" nr his a.s.sigiuH's to 
]uirchase the landionrs interest, that i" to s.iy, the lent-riaeiving interest 
and revei'siouarv interest in (he projierty on payment nf n fsaisideration of 
Rs. 1. -511, 000 if the purchase was coii!p!et»'il within tjie first tl) years .and 
IN. 2. 25, 000 if the purchase was completed within tie* next >0 years. The 
first fifty years would he ending on ‘INt Ma}. 10 4. ’he itriginnl dorumijnt 
being ou 3lst May, 1004. Oii the 2ed April. RMKS. tour years after, Akhii 
Mukherji transferred his lea.seliold interest to a man called Sliarager suliject 
to a mortgage. The premiseH No. 2 Rowland Lane, w’hich roii.sisted of H 
bighas of land, w'ere divided into six plots — 04, .‘J5 and 30 Rowland 
Rm.mI and 20 and 21 Mullen Street. 

On the 2nd September, 1011, the Registrar of the Calcutta High ( ourt 
sold Hie properties in mortgage sale to (a) Maurice Mayohas three plots 
numbering 33 and 34 Howland Road and 21 Mullen Street, aNmt which iiiy 
friend have mentioned the otlier day. covering nlemt four highas nf land 
and (h) either parties the rest of the four bighns. On the 11th of (Ictober, 
1012 hy a deed executed between Maurice Mayohas and the purchasers 
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Maurice Mayohan Lad to pay a rent for his three plots amounting to 
Ks. 115-8 as. per month for the first fifty years and Ks. 173-4 as. per month 
for iJie next fifty years out of Ks. 200 and Ks. 300 payable as rent accord- 
ing to the original lease of 31st May. On the 10th August, 1928 Maurice 
Mayolias and Sambhu Nath Sett uiorgaged 33 and 34 Rowland Road and 
21 Mullen Street to Hindusthan C'o-o])erative Insurance Society, Ltd. In 
1935 the Society jmrchased 33 and 34 Rowland Road and 21 Mullen Street 
in a mortgage sale from Maurice Mayohas Sett. The Hindusthan Insurance 
Society sold ita^ leasehold intere.st in premises No. 34 Rowland Road to 
M:s. Archana Roy on January 0. 1943 and on the same date the leasehold 
intere.st in 21 Mullen Street was sold to the other party. On July, 1945 
the Hindusthan Insurance Society agreed to sell to me its leasehold interest 
in premises No. 33 Rowland Road Im a sum of one lakh of rupees fur 
which Dr. Roy paid an earne.^t money of Rs. lfj,000 at the time of .such 
agreement in 1945. The actual transfer was made on the 6th of May, 
1954 on payment by Dr. Roy of the balance of the purchase money for the 
leasehold interest of 33 Rowland Road. This money he raised by mortgaging 
his personal residence, 36, Wellington Street. Under the option clause 
as provided under the lease ot 19(14 giwn by the Maharaja Bijoy Chand 
Mahtab of Burdwan, the right fo purcha-NC the landlord's interest in the 
jiroperty during the first hfty years was to exjnre on 31st May, 1954. 
Notices as such w(‘re served by t(ie leNsees concerned to 34 lb)wlan(l Koad. 
21 Mullen Stre(‘t and 33 Rowland Ho.ol to rxeici'^e ^uch n])t]on to j)urc}ia''e 
the landlord’s reversionary inteie"! in the lespective properties. 

Now, 1 come to the deed from whi^di my friend was reading. Bs an 
Indenture of lease Maharajadhiraj Bi.i<».\ rhand Mahtab Bahadur of 
Burdwan since deceased leasetl ont the property to one Akliil ('handra 
Mukherjee. Eventually Hindusthan (W*]>erative Insurance Society, Ltd., 
got the property in execution of a decree and by the Indenture dated the 
6th May, 1954 Hindusthan Co-operative Insurance Society assigned and 
transferred premises No. 33, Rowland Road to Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy 
who shall have the right of ownership and jjossession of the same as 
granted by the lease dated the 31st May, 1904. And whereas it was 
inter alia provided by the said lease dated the 31st May, 1904, that the 
lessee shall sell the proprietary interest in the demised’s premises free from 
encumbrances to the lessor and in consideration of this one lakh and fifty 
thousand rupees shall be paid. The intention was purchase of the said 
proprietary interest. 

[7.6—7-15 p.m.] 

“And whereas the Hindustlian liiMiiance Co-ojierative Society, the 
purchaser in title — the j)ropovei has on or about the 18th of March, 1954, 
given notice to the Vendor in whom the right of reversionary proprietary 
interest of the said premises. 33 Rowland Road constituting the portion 
of the above said premises, 2 Rowland Lane is now vested, of hi.s intention 
to purchase the reversionary proprietary interest of the lessor in the said 
premises, 33 Rowdand Road containing more or less 2 bighas 5 cottahs 
36 sq. ft. of land for a sum of Rs. 42,226 which i.s an aliquot part of the 
said settled consideration of Rs. 1 lakh 50 thousand for more or less 8 
bighas of land demised under the said lea.se, dated the Slst May, 1904; 

Whereas, the Vendor as said in the agreement contained in the said 
lease has agreed to sell the said reversionary proprietary interest in 
premises No. 33 Rowland Road to the purchaser; now this Indenture, etc., 
etc., in consideration of the ^aid sum of Rs. 42,22(>/(; already paid by tlie 
purchaser to the Vendor on or before the execution of this, present being 
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being more or ]es> biglms o cottabs ;bi s(j. ft. of laud held by tbe 
purchaser in leasehold right under the lease, dated the dlst May, 11)04, the 
Indeuture does iiereb\ grant transfer, etc., etc 

Sir, 1 am ^e^y serious on this point. Here is a charge made against 
me, not against me jiersonally. 

8|* 8isif KuniBr DSS! Sir, he has not read tlie relevant |)ortioii, 

Mr. 8p6&ker! It nou object, please stand uj) and formulate \our 
objection. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 1 say it is a very serious 

matter. 1 am a small man. You can abuse me as much as you like but 
I bold at tlie j)n‘sent moment an important position in life and therefore 
you cannot v('T\ veil go ana\ ami say I ha\e tlu..g .xjme mud at him. Sir, 
1 want you to coiisidei the siniation. lleie i.s a gentleman who has goi 
the copy ot a dociuiH'iit as he s.nd. Tlii‘ document definitely slates iiial 
the Maharaja of Burdwaii according to the conditions of thi‘ lease, dated 
dlst May, 11)04, was parting with his j)M>prietor\ interest tor a sum of 
Its. 42,000 tor 2 bighas ■'» coitalm id hind and he knowing ail this, and 
having read tins, dei:otM,itel\ iii steads the p(*nple here and the puliln- 
oiitsid(‘. 1 sa\ this js lank diseourtt-s\ to the members ol this House on 
the one hand and an attempt to uelude tlie puldu* at largi* on the other, 
As the jiropeity was m one moiet\ and group, namely, the tliree hmldings, 

1 eolUM’teil toiiii the olhei two ji.uiies tii(*'i >ii,iies oi the aniouiil pavahie 
b\ iheni and I ] .ltd the wledt amoant tn the .Maii.tiaja l)\ threi* ehet[Ues 
jiududing iii\ shales ol the puKhase ot the reversionary iiit<*rest «d the 
Maharaja, rpon lull [unment ol t'le anionnt mentioned ahovi* (he 
Iriiristeis <d the iaiidloid s miere'. in < ,i( li i.' (lie three juoperlies were 
(d)taiiHMl fiy ihiee deeds, dated Idth Mav l'»d-t under the right (d the optam 
danse entered into dll vimjs iietoie. 

In ii;s])t'el ot the traiistei ot landloid’s inliue>t in 21 Mullen Street, 
Mes.si.s. Mittei and Milter, Solicitoi,>, had h\ mi.stake deseriht‘d liie wife 
(d the traiisieree ])r. 4 L Sen deceased. As .soon as the mistake was 
discovered a deed ot reetification, dateil 1st .lul\ J0d4 was exeeult'd and 
registered h\ the Mahaiaja ot Butdwau <leleting the lueornu’t (IimmI. 1 do 
say again — iiiy tneml Sj. Jyoti Basu was veiy k»‘en n|«)n sa.Miig that 
there should lie an en()Uiry— it is not enough tor a man to say that there 
should lie an enquiry. J want to enquire whyr* Can ati.\ jieison by 
Hinijdy choo.siug to quote a particular deed wnmgly for the jnirpose oi 
deluding the jieojile fling a charge of coriuptioii against any member of 
the Housed I do not at the jnesont nionieiit regard m.Nselt as th(‘ Leatb'r 
of tlie House or ;is the Chief Minister. But I caiimd forget that a great 
responsibilit> rests on me, because if the charge rif corruption is correct 
then I ]ni\e no place lii ie nor my Ministry and therefore 1 take it a,s a form 
of want of cumfidmiee in the Ministiy. I do say that a member of the 
Hnii.se should have nnue. giealer and deeper sense of responsibility when 
he brings a charge (d this character ag-ainst another jkthou. Here is the 
deed. Lease was gi\ejj in ]})<>4, and according to tluit lease a certain 
portion wat? allotted for 3d Rowdand Road which I have bought and the 
jKirtion of the aliquot jiart of Rs. 1 lakh 50 thousand was jiaid by me. 

Tbe second point be has raised is tliat the Maharaja has given me 40 
cotta.s at Rs. 40,000, i.e., one thousand runees per cotta. Does he realise 
that I had to pav Rs. one lakh to the Hinnu.stbaii Insurance Company and 
if you add rujieeH one lakh to Rs. 42 thousand it becomes Rs. 1,42.0()0 tor 
40 cottas which means Rs. 3,500 per cotta and not Rs. 1,000 i>er cotta. 
Neither the Maharaja had taken one pice les.s than what was allowed under 
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tlii* lease nor did 1 i)ay him one rupee more b<-cou.se it is not neiessarx. 
It was a deal between two persons, one owning- tlie property and the otlin 
purchasiiig tlie j)ro])erty. I leave it eiuindy in your hand j'ls tfi what to 
he (Njue in sueii cases because anything may hajipen at any time. A 
may be made even against Sj, Jyoti Bau and then the wlnde 
jirocedure will go on again. I ^ay theretore that there sliould be some 
jmniNhment lor tlio.se who ( ither deliberately or by mistake choose to fling 
a charge of corruption against another member. Sir, it was ojien to him 
if he wanted to do so to come to me and find out tlie real facts of tlie case. 
He did not do so. H** thought that it was a great that tu' t’-; 

and dislodge me from my seat by this subterranean method. I can tell him 
however he may think so I am not nervous about a man throwing abiix' 
at m(‘ like this, ^I\ strength is as the strength of ten liecaiise my heart 
is pure. 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: On a iKiint of personal explanation, 
Sir. I Other lionourahle members also rose to speak.] 

Mft Speaker: I am asking everybody to keep quiet. Is it a joke 
Please do not make any remarks. You will get your chance. Please sit 
down. 1 do not want you gentlemen to behave in a fashion whicli is 
unbecoming of a gentleman. Mr. Jatin Cbakravorty wanted to tell -ee 
sometbing. Kindly do so. 

[7-15 — 7-25 ji.in.] 

8]. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

^srnsrra m 

TO I CTO CTOS ^ 



Mr^ Speaker: You only draw my attention to it and don’t make a 
speech. 

8J. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

I Interrnptions and noise.] 

Mr, Speaker: If xou go on like this yon will make the ]>nsition woi^e. 
You may mention what >ou have to say. I reimonher all that. It is down 
in the print, 

SJ, Jyoti Basil : Let him say what he has got to say. 

Mr, Speaker: 

SJ, Jyoti Basu: 

fro; ^ 

Sj, Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

il'Q TO? ^ 

^ ws\\ zm to u\ 

[TiOiid noi.se and inferniptions.] 

Mr, Speaker: Y"ou need not rejieat >x)ur argument. 

SJ. Ananda Copal Mukhopadhyay: On a point of order, Six 

wTsrm — 



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m 


Mr. Speaker: Y"oii limy iake >oui 

[Sj. Narayaii Cluihey rose to sjuak] [Interruptions and noise. | 

Mr. Speaker: An Imnourable member is jrivinp a persomil explanation 
<i:id il you g’O vTTi like tins.. .. 

Sj. JyOti Basil: Please address your remarks that side. 

Mr. Speaker: 1 have done that. I said .Ynanda Palm take your 'Oat. 

I Interrujitions and noise.] 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

^ Site ^ \ m ^5 

^ ?i?i snmiTO ^ 

^ ^^1 ^<3 w feR ‘'1OT ^ 

Mr. Speaker: He )m^ ^>iven 

j Intenuptions and noise.) 

8|. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: He has not ^iv(*m 

Mr. Speaker: Tiie dale was ^iven a^ Isi lul,\ prH. 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

Mr. Speaker: Mas I tell \ou .something-? Hetore that will you please 
take youi seat? What \on aie ■'a\ing now is not a personal exidanal i-. 01 
hut \oii,are leiuling th(‘ argument. So I am disallowing it. This is my 
ruling. H you nant to thwart mv ruling, \ou may go on I Indd \ours 
i^ not a jieisonal explaiialion. To me personal (‘Xjilanatinn nnsins that it 
something w said against a jierson ami li he had no op)M)rluni 1 .\ to say 
aiiYthiinr at that time, lie might explain liis position. That is persona! 
expIanalTion. You are tiying to show the lallaey oi what Dr. Hn) i;as 
said. 

SJ. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

Mr. Speaker: Y^ou are trying to refute the argument. 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: Mr. Speaker, Sir 

Mr. Speaker: What right have you to be 011 your legs, Mr. DasK 

Sj. Sisir Kumar Das: It is a (piesiion of right. Kvery membm- of the 
House has a right to sjieak. 

Mr. Speaker; No. I t(*ll you Jilease sit down. 1 am jmtiing the 
original motion to vote 

8j. Jyoti Basu: . . c w 

’^rtro. 

•qx; fjRXBJn ’Rito xk PI. etxj xsn fpit? ex i®txixic#f.i >OTP reTCX ^ .gfPi» g 
pxpi XK® »nxf5W fxXCXl® 5X) <fldl PI^>« 



990 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[25th Feb., 


Mr. Speaker: Mr. Basu, if you, as the Leader of the Opposition, 
permit your parties to interrupt me while I am talking about, 1 have 
nothing to say. 

SJ. Jyoti Basu: 

m I WT 3^ ^ ^ ^ 

^ -tlPfiTW CT SfjR fspiOT? U I 

^ 'Q*C^ iRT I 'Snfsi ^£|4^vi) 

’^fRrfS[ 5?T, I ^nfsi I 

?[iT^ C^S C^tWR, illybT’^^ — ^£1§T ^TST^ ^5RTR[ I 

^P^fnR tfl?r*3TO?*R C^fRlTO'Q C5^ >50^ 

^'G ^rrC^t'H C? ^RT^l ^ f^, C^fWIM ^TIC^ I vB^ W 

<a eiferRT 'o|r*lTHG MTC^ ^?JT ^ I 

WCfil C^S ^nSRTT vi>^W*G f»T l WT <q«i1Co1H, ^TRT 

<a^P0R ^RTCSR, liJ'^SrH CSP^T^T — 

c^ ^sTTTOni ^ 5:t5T ^ i 

<ii^ Um ^ ^5nf^f>Q ^ ^ ^ 

'fWRJ W f^TC^ ^snw 5^, sp PHI ^ ^ WP, OTR 

^5fW»6 nR Ir, CWT ^ 5:'c^ c^ 

^iTh^ui 'nc^ I U ??i i msm c^, 

I ^ff^ ^‘'IRTC^ <e1?Se C^ Sf'^i^Toi 

lil^'blH STh sFJCSPnJ C*fC^ ^ITRMT$W 4<1C*^*H, 'STTOT RT I 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: 

S]. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

■'SIlRci '^fR W fnni ^C«TR I 

[7.i;r,™-7-;i') jKin.] 

Mr. ^eaker: 

RT, ^SITTR (TH RI I 

Sj. Sudhir Chandra Ray Choudhuri: 

W '5Ir ^ I'tC^ C^R ? C^l^l RRl^ ^vipC'^) ^[®11JR I 

Mr. Speaker: You may look up the Tiok Sahha Rules. My diffieulty 
is tliat 1 have got to restate things over and over again. 

SJ. Sudhir Chandra Ray Choudhuri: 

^I'hfR 5X^R HR, fWR I 

Mr. Speaker: I liave made up m} mind and I have given my ruling. 

I have nothing further to add. The niliug that I have given this morning 
covers this l ase also. 

SJ. Sudhir Chandra Ray Choudhuri: 

^STPSRn ^^RH RSC^^'SPR ?R, CR RMC*< RWHG Rl^, 'SllillCH'Sf 

^sncf — 

[Noise and interruptions.] 

Mr. Speaker: 

'mmm nf? tor ^’crr ^ ^ mm rt^ 



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8j« Suittiir Chandra Ray Choudhuri: 

^ ^ fiR I ^snsRn wra ^ i 

Mr. Speaker; I am satisfied. 

8J. Sudhir Chandra Ray Choudhuri: 

w fei ?jtc^ sr$ C3TO 

^ c^? 

[Noise and inferniption. ] 

Mr. Speaker: 

c^i5t i 

Sj. Sudhir Chandra Ray Choudhuri; 

^ >FM, ^ ?FT ^ ^'csi ^ t 5 T^ ^n 5 i?n **175? 1 

Mr. Speaker; Please sit down. 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

‘iHHla «?tTO !J5[TO, »if<r 'sk «rCT — 

Mr. Speaker: AVill you sit down, Mr. Chakravorty P 
[Noise and uproar.] 

S|. ilatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

^ ^ Jtr5T?5>r sni^ ^ sIj? 5nf*e»iw Trot awwwiftr 

C![FP I 

[Interruption from the Treasury Benches.] 

Mr. Speaker: If you do not H^ften to me, j'ou can f^o on shouting. 

SJ. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

5i;w2i1 17( - 

Mr. Speaker: I have ruled you out. I w’ill now j)ut the amendment 
motions to vote. There are a mimher of amendment motions. Would 
you like any particular motion to he put to division? 

SJ. Jyoti Basu: 

I 5^1 ? 

Mr. Speaker: 

?nTW ^ mu^ nrk ? 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy; 

'QTf^ ^('S? JfT'Q I 

Mr. Speaker: Do you wihli any j)articular amendment to he put to 
division P 

SJ. dyoti Basu: 

SJ. D^n Sen: 

tPR ^STC'i I 

Mr. Speaker: l.^ it uu the same su}>ject? 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

PPfTSf ♦ni JPR TO ? 



ASSEMBLY PKOCEEDINGS 


[25th Feb., 


Mr. Speaker: Then my rulin^f stands. You have heard that iu the 
House 1 have^ g*iven a rulinj^ this moniiug. Dt) you want me to go })ack 
on niy ruling!^ 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

^ I ^RT?I 

JTii v<)§T ^ 

Mr. Speaker: Tiien please sit down. 

1 am requesting yon to sit down. 

I Jinvt* give!i my ruling. This will stand. 

8j. Deben Sen: 

Mr. Speaker: Hieii F won’l hear you. 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

<s\]U ^ wi Twr^i 2PR ^ ^ ^ 

nR:?R? 

Mr, Speaker: I am going- to put Ihe amemimeiiN to vote 1 am not 
gooig to allow you to -^peak mow on uuything else, i now put aniemliuejit 
Mo. d ol Sy Jatiu Chakruvoity to vote. 

Lj. Deben Sen: 

* r. i?r. >rn^, spr 

(Noise and luterniptiou. ] 

Sj. Jyoti Basu: 

Ri 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Attei \oting. 

[Noise and interruption.] 

Mr. Speaker: I will say something to all members ineluding Sj. .fatin 
('hiikni vorty and Sj. Nepal (^haiidra Hoy. I think the tenijier ot the 
House is rather Irayed — whatever he the reason— 1 lay the blame on none. 

1 will only request all honourable members to maintain absolute silence. 
This is a request fiom me which, I hojie, will not go disregarded. 


[7-115 -7-40 p.m.J 


The motion of Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty that the following l>e 
added at tlie end of the aihlress in reply, namely: — 

“But regret that there is no mention of measures to he adopted tor 
removing coirujitiou and nejiotism in the higliest level of 
administration.” 

was then put and a divisioiKtaken with the following result: — 


AYCS-«2. 


BantrjM, SJ. Dhimidra Nath 
BaiMTlaa, SJ. Stibodh 
Batia, 8J. Amarandra Nath 
Basil, SJ. Qopal 
Basu, SJ. Namanta Kumar 


Basu, SJ. Jyotl 
Bara, 8J. SasabJiidu 
Bhaduri, SI. Panehuispal 
Bhattacharjaa, SJ. Shyama Prasaniia 
Ohaiiravorty, SJ. Jatindra Chandra 



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DEBATES OX OOVERNOK’S SPEECH 


chatttNat, s|. Baaanta Lai 

Chattarjce, Dr. Hirendra Kumar 

Chatterjee, SJ. Mihirlal 

ChattoreJ, SJ. Radhanath 

Chobcy, SJ. Narayan 

Oas, SJ. Qobardhan 

Oas, SJ. Natendra Nath 

Oas, SJ. Sisir Kumar 

Das, SJ. Sunil 

Dhar, SJ. Dhirendra Nath 

Dhibar, SJ. Pramatha Nath 

Ganguii, SJ. AJ't Kumar 

Ghosai, SJ, Hemanta Kumar 

Ghosh, Sj. Gancsh 

^hosh, SJta. Labanya Prova 

Gupta, Sj. Sitarani 

KaiJjr, SJ. RamanuJ 

.Raider, SJ. Rcnupada 

Hamai, SJ. Bhadra Bahadur 

Hansda, SJ, Turku 

Hazra, SJ. Monoranjan 

Kar Mahapatra, SJ. Bhuban Chandra 

Konar, SJ. Hare Krishna 

Lahiri, SJ. Somnath 

Marato. SJ. Sagar Chandra 

Mahato, Sj. Satya Kinkar 


Majhi, SJ. Chaitan 

Majhi, SJ. Jamadar 

Majhi, SJ. Ledu 

Maji, SJ. Gobinda Charan 

Majumdar, SJ. Apurba Lai 

Mazumdar, SJ. Satyendra Narayan 

Mitra, SJ. Handas 

Mitra, SJ. Satkarl 

Modafc, Sj. BiJoy Krishna 

Mukhcru, SJ. Bankim 

MulliCK Chowdhury, SJ. Suhrid 

Obaidul Ghani, Dr. Abu Asad Md. 

F. kray SJ. Gobard" an 
Panda, Sj. Basanta Kumar 
Panda, SJ. Bhupai unandra 
Pandey, .Sj. Siidhir Kumar 
Dr. Narayan wliandra 
Hay, Choudhurs SJ, Sudhir Chandra 
Rcy. SJ. Pabit a Mohan 
Ruy, SJ. Provaih Chandra 
R y, Sj. Rablndra Nath 
Roy, $j. SaroJ 
Sahts, Sj. Nakul CJiandra 
Sen, Dr. Panendra Nath 
Sengupta. 3J. Niranjan 
Tah, SJ. Dasarathi 


NOE8— 136. 


Abdui Hameed. Nazi 
Abdus Sattar, The Hon'ble 
Abdus Shokur, Janab 
Abu! Hashem, Janab 
Badiruddm Ahmed, Hazi 
Banc^yopadhyay, Sj. Khagendra Nath 
a'»hv jy, Sj. Sm. rajit 
inr.in e SJta. Maya 
Banerjee, SJ. Profuiia Nath 
Barman, The Hon’ble Syama Prasad 
3asu, SJ. •Abani Kumar 
Sasu, SJ. Monilai 
3asu, Sj. Satindra Nath 
ihagat, Sj. Budhu 
lhattaotiarjee, SJ. Shyamapada 
lhattacharyya, SJ. Syamadas 
tiawas, Si. Manindra Bhusan 
Siancho, Sj. C. L. 
lose, Dr. Maitreyee 
louri, SJ. Nepal 

Irahmamandal, SJ. Debendra Nath 

)hakravarty, SJ. Bhabataran 

[Ihatterjee, SJ. Btnoy Kumar 

^hattopadhya, 8J. Satyendra Prasanna 

:hattopadhyay, 8J. BIjoyial 

las, SJ. Bhusan Chandra 

3as, SJ. Khagendra Nath 

las, SJ. Mahatab Chand 

ias, SI. Radha Nath 

las, sj. Sankar 

las Adhikary, 8J. Gopal Chandra 

las Gupta, The Hon’ble Khagendra Nath 

ley, 8J. Kanai Lai 

ligar, 8J. Kiran Chandra 

ligpatf, S|. Panchanan 

lotui, 8). Harendra Nath 

lutta, SJta. Sudhsrani 

‘azlur Rahman, Janab 8. M. 

:ayan, SJ. Brfndaban 

ihatak. SJ. 8hlb Das 

h'sh, SJ. Bejoy Kumar 

Hoth, 8J. Pa imal 

hosh, The Hon’ble Tarun KantI 

lolam Seleman, Janab 


Gupta, SJ. Nikunja Bohari 

Gurung, SJ. Narbaliadur 

Hahjur Rahaman, KnzI 

Haidar, Sj. Kuber Chand 

Maldar, SJ. Mahanonda 

Hansda, 8J. jagatpati 

Hasda, bj. Ja^nadar 

Hasda, SJ. Lakshan Chandra 

Hazra, SJ. Parbati 

Hcmbram SJ. Kamalakanta 

Hoare, SJta. Anima 

Jaian, The Hon^e Iswar Oas 

Jehangir Kabir, Janab 

Kar, 8j. Bankim Chandra 

Kazem Aii Meerza, Janab 8yed 

Khan, 8Jta. Anjaii 

Khan, Sj. Guru^ada 

Koiay, 8J. Jagannath 

Kundu, SJta. Abhaiata 

Lutfal Hodue, Janab 

Mahata, 8J. Mahendra Nath 

Mahata, Sj. Surendra Nath 

Mahato, 8J. Debendra Nath 

Mohibur Rahaman Choudhury, Janab 

Maiti, 8J. Subodh Chandra 

Majhi, SJ. Nishapati 

Majumdar, The Hon’ble Bhupati 

Majumdar, 8J. Byomkes 

Majumder, sj. Jagannath 

Mall ok, 8J. Ashutosh 

Mandat, 8j. Krishna Pr^jed 

Mandal, 8J. Sudhir 

Mandat, Sj. Umesh Chandra 

Mardi, 8J. HakaJ 

Maiiruddln Ahmed, Janab 

Misra, BJ. Sownndra Mohan 

Modak, 8J. Niranlan 

Mohammad Afaque, Janab Choudhury 

Mohammad QiastJildIn, Janab 

Mohammed I trail, Janab 

Mondal, Sj. Bhikari 

Mondal, BJ. Dhawajadhari 

Mondal, SJ. RaJkrlthfM 

Muhammad lahiuiiie, Janab 



3S4 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[ 25 th Feb., 


MukhftrjM, 8J. Ohirendra Narayan 

!^;u4herjea, 8). Pijut mnt\ 

ft^wUharji, The Hon'ble AJoy Kumar 

M(*(<hopadhyay, 8J. Ananda Gopal 

Mukhopadhyay, The Hon’ble Purabi 

Murnv', 8j. Jadu Nath 

Murm** 8j. Matia 

Muianar Huaaain, Janab 

Nahar, 8}. Bijoy Singh 

naskar, 81. Ardhendu Shekhar 

Naskar, 8^ Khagendra Nath 

Noronha, 8). ^Iffiord 

Pai, 8J. Provakar 

Pai, Or. Radhtkrighna 

Pai, SJ. Ru Betiari 

Panja, S). Bhabaniranjan 

Pemantle, SJta. Olivo 

Platel, SJ. R. C. 

Poddar, SJ. Anandllall 
Pramanik, SJ. Rajani Kanta 
Pramanik, sj. Sarada Prated 
RaAuddin Ahmed, The Hen ble Or. 
Raikut. SJ. Sarojemira Deb 
Ray, Pi. Arabinda 


Ray, SJ. Nepal 

Roy, The Hon’ble Dr. Anath Bandhu 

Roy, 8J. AtuI Krishna 

Roy, The Hon’ble Or. Bidhan Chandra 

Roy, The Hon’ble Siddartha Sankar 

Roy Singha, SJ. Satish Chandra 

Saha, SJ. Biswanath 

Saha, sj. Ohaneswar 

Saha, Or. Sisir Kumar 

Sarkar, SJ. Amarendra Nath 

Sarkar, SJ. Lakshman Chandra 

Sen, sj. Narendra Nath 

Sen, The Hon’ble Prafulia Chandra 

Sen, SJ. Santi Gopal 

Sinha, The Hon'ble BImal Chandra 

Sinha, SJ. Ourgapada 

Sinha, SJ. Phanis Chandra 

Sinha Sarkar, SJ. datindra Nath 

Talukdar, SJ. Bhawani Prasanna 

Thakur, SJ. Pramatha Ranjan 

Trivedi, SJ. Goalbadan 

Tudu, SJta. Tutar 

Yeakufa Hossain, Janab Mohammad 

Zla-UI-Huque, Janab Md. 


'F*'' Ayes beinp: ()2 and the Noes ]f30, the motion wns lost. 


Ml’. Spssksr: All the other motions are likewise put and lost, 

'l*he motion of Sj. Jyoti Basn that the following he added at the end of 
the t^ldress in reply, viz. — 

But regret that the speech is unrelated to realities, and j>aints a com- 
placent picture of the situation in West Bengal on every issue and fails to 
indicate any departure from the old hankruj)! policies”, 
waa then jmt and lost. 

The motion of Dr. Suresh Chandra Ranerjee that the following he added 
f the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no clear indication has been given as to how — 

(1) deficiency in the food ]>roduce in the State can he overcome and the 

price of rice and other essential commodities effectively reduced; 

(2) East Bengal refugees will he ecouomically rehabilitated; 

(3) the ever-growing unemployment problem among all sections of the 

people can he effectively ‘solved/', 

was then jmt and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Mono Ranjan Hazra 

mt- 


(^) ifilw ^ 

(0) Wto ^sncf wbi 

is) vm m; ^ 

RW ?r5 *11$; 



1958.1 DEBATES ON GOVERNOR’S SPEECH 285 

((i) ifTOT CW WT 

('b) (715 yr^ ^ 

(^) 55p?nfe ^lin ?n^; 

(b*) ^ ^: 

(Jj>) WT 56^PC«T^ ^ C<TT«I (7PF 

?P5fT ^ JTF^ ; 

(^0) aroW, si#!R5 OTfP*r?i ’sjsnf^pifni 

'tlW<5 (7PR ^ ; 

(^^) aCHC^TiJ C^PFT^ ^'iTHll ^WWlWilJ C^H ^PVfT Sfpf^f^ ; 

(^^) f"l>^ ^I^C4 ^STPR Cb^it^ (TIH^ 

WT ^ ; 

(^0) ifl^^i^iC^ ><^^I^*I'»(C<; si^ClWT W 511 -rt; 

(^8) f^<ST< 'Q W«fT CTO TO Sfpf^ ^ 

(^(i) 17fC*RJ >iK»-^f\2i^ STR SjT^ 6t*^i C^N 5PWI WT 

51f ^ ;" 

was then pnt and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Busantu Kumar Panda that the followin),; he added 
at the end ot the address in reply, viz. — 

“But rej^ret that the said speech does not contain any discussion us to 
Panchayats, and Rural J*rimary Education and the construction of Roads, 
excavation ot the Khals, repairs and niaintenance of Kinhanknients have 
not been properly described and a(‘curately given therein.”, 
was then put and lost. 

The motion of Jaiiab Syed Badrudduja that the following be added at 
the end of the address in rejilv, viz. — 

“But regret that no mention has been made of the failure of the (lovern- 
ment — 

(i) to check the soaring j>rices of essential c«)mniodities particularly 
of rice and other food articles in the State; 

(li) to ea^e the distress of peojile in the bordei areas due to restriction 
on nioveinent of paddy thereto; 

(lii) to end corruption in the adininisf ration ; 

(iv) to protect the fundamental rights of citizens and implement the 
constitutional guarantees b>r all sections <d ]»‘ojde including the 
minorities ; 

(v) to check the growing unemidoyineut in the country particularly 
among the educated middle class; 

(vi) to tackle the problem of displaced Muslims in the State; 

(vii) to stop police atrocities particularly in the countryside, creating a 
sense of irisecuritx and frustration ainoiig- jieople part ic’ularl y in 
the minds of the Minority Community.”, 

was then put and lost. 



28d ASSEMBLY PllOCEEDlNGS [25th Feb., 

The motion of Sj. Mihir Lai Chatterji that the folio\A’ing be added at 
the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret — 

(i) that nothing ha.^ so far been done trt protect the agriculturists from 
illegal exactions like Dhalta, IsAvar Britti, etc,, collected by the 
mill-owners and big dealers; 

(ii) (hat tlie (iovernuient has so far failed to enforce the ceiling jirice 
■ot rice as fixed In the Central (lovei ninent ; 

(in) that (he water-rate fixed for irrigation acts more as a deterrent 
t.han as an encouragement for growing more food.”, 
was tluMi jmt and lost. 

The motion ot Sj. Heiiiijiad.i Haldei that the folhnving lie added at the 
end of the addrc'ss in reply, viz. — 

“But K'gret tlie omission of — 

(i) largt‘-seah‘ mala fide tiainlei ol laud hy jotedars iu Snndarban to 
i*va(le the operation ot (he provisioii.s of Es(iites Acquisition Act 
and Land ILdoim^ Art fixing r-mliiig- oi land; 

(ii) huge ('victirm ol Bargarlai' fiom ihe lamK in Snndiiiban, 

(in) State aeciuisition of Hsh(‘nr‘^ arid disfrihni i(>n them lo ihe 

am! la d.h'^s pea^aiii^ ami agricultural ialioni'erv ; 

(iv) (list iihutioii ot lauds M'^led willi Ihe ( iovei iimeiit due lo opiTatioii 
ot Lstata^ A(*(|uisiti*)n Art ami Land ILd.iini'* Art lo ]amlie'*> 
|)»‘a,sanls and agrieiill uial lalamreis, 

(V) rievelopment of Suiidaiban", 
was thmi put ami hrst. 

The motion of Sj. Subrulli Banerjee that the following br* added at Mie 
(Mid ol tin' addnsss in reply, viz. — ' 

“Hut regrt't tliat tln*t(‘ is no mein ion of any efi'eclive measure to )>e 
taken ()\ the (ro\ernim*nt in order to — 

(1) check Ihe rleterioiating economic condition and the acute unmiijdoy- 

nienl problem; 

(iir lower tin' cost ot living; 

(iii) jrrovide pi'ojile with facilities of free education; 

(iv) end corruption, iin'tticiency and wastage in different departmeiils ot 

Tlovernmeiit.”, 
was then [uit and lost. 

Tlie motion of Dr. Hauendra Nath Sen that the following be added at 
the einl ot the address in rejily, viz. — 

“But regret that tlie following matitus have not been dealt witli by ibe 
(iovernor with due emphasis, namely. — 

( M the serious bousing shortage in We.st Bengal and the failure rT 
the (Government and tlie employers to construct new houses for 
the low income group; 

(2) inade({iiacy of wages a"nd salaries olituinerl in "West Bengal in the 

context of high prices and increasing production due to th(* 
efforts of the employees; 

(d) unsatisfactory state of affair in regard to Employee.s’ State 
Insurance Scheme ; 



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287 


(4) liigh nite ot iii min', aiul laotoritvs in 

(;>) ^rowmo iinemplo\ luent in rural aial ui ban seotoi^ j)arti(‘uLi: ! \ 

anioiin niiddio-cla*"^ ; 

(fi) lailu’.c <>t ihe (io\rniimMit to duo pix^tootion l«>, and to priuunio 
ootTa^'o indu^tiios and siuall-M-alo iudusjii,‘s; 

(7) iailuio ot tho (io\ornnion( to lurtlior induNinaliso tin* -Stalo wlioio 
t rtuiiondoiis jaUontiality dors 

was then ])ut and lo.st. 

i iio motion .d Sj Suimd Ivuinai Mullick ( 'liou dji u r \ that tim Inlltiw lu:^ 
b(* addod at tl'^' oiid ot lio* .»ddn“>;s in lopK, viz. -- 

“But loorot that, an uuioal jurtuit* uitli lo^iind to tin* law and (ndm 
aitualiuu pu-vaiiinu in ibjs Mato Ita^ Ikhmi in llu* >pt'tHdi.’'. 

w'a^ tht'ii put and lo«:t. 

The motion of Sj. Bankiui Miikherji that the follow inir b(* added a I the 
end of the addres.s in i epl\ , viz. — 

“But ie|:ii('t ttiat no iiieation Ita" lier.i mad(' ,dioul llic l.iiiun' oi tin* laud 
ndonii nuMsujos it. s(d\<‘ tin* a^i'aiian ciisis of oui Slali*, and about the 
inade(juate ud tu th*' ])oa''anti\ in the matter \>l .ij.* j n i !l lual piodin tion.”, 

\\a^ tin'll put and lo^t. 

Tile motiou ol S| II. o ‘ Kti^hna Kmiai that the tidlowinj; be adiled ai 
the end ol 'in' adilK*"' in ie[d\, vi/, — 

“Bid K'm.i ilial ti'o s(‘f lou- ol (he fomi situation n our Slate ha^ 
been tfdal'\ minimi.st'd ; (Imt tinue is no mention of tlie tact that tlie to^d 
c^sl^ lapidiy a^>^nlln }4 a immaiun^ charaett'i due tn the tailuie (d Miv- 
(ioverniiK'in I'l take neee'-'a ! y remedi.d mi'asuies; tliat the tbwernim'iit ha*, 
lailed to build .oi adetpiale it-'^eMt* '•lock ol nee (i<»m inteinal pioeu i emeu t 
as a result (d wlii(*!i ma)oi poitioii <d nuuket«‘»l padd\ and nee has be'*n 
(Tiiin'ied liy hoaideis and ped:?eeis and prae!i<.dl\ no nee i '< supplied liiui' 
modified ration shups; that in .spite of aeute distress .uid verv hipdi prices, 
very inadi‘<piate relief measines ait* bein^» taken, on th»‘ other hand an 
e.\aj.j^lt*iatt*d lepoit ot reliet mt*asures liavin|» no relation v\itli tin* realil\ 
is bein;^ ^iven b\ tJu* (iovei nm**nt 

was then [>ut and lost. 

The motion ot Sj. Biiadia Bahadui Ilaiiial, Sj. Man^»ru Ithaj^at ami Sj. 
Kama.shaiikar Iho.sad that the f«)llowin^r he added at the end of the addres.s 
in re])ly, viz. — 

“JJut regret that-- 

(1) failure of'tlie (hu^erninent to introduce “Nepali” as the olheial 
lan^ua^re for administrative purposes in tin* Hill areas fd 
Darjeeling di.stnet has not been mentioned; 

(‘d) failure ot the West Bengal (ioveriiment to urgi* upon the ITiion 
(jroveniment to inifdement the recommendations ot the ‘Blanta- 
tion Enquiry Commission Uejioit’ in the districts r>t l)arji*tding 
and Jalpaiguri has not been mentioned; 

(d) no mention has lieen made of the fact that the (iovernment has no 
planned policy t() improve the Hocial, cultural and erruKuuic con- 
ditions of the Scheduled Castes, Schedule.s Tribes and other 
backward sectiou.s of the community of this State”, 
was then put and lost. 



288 ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25Tn Feb., 

The motion of Sj. Samar Mukhopadhyay that the following be added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

(1) the Governor’s speech fails to mention the fundamental change in 

Government’s policy regarding refugee rehabilitation since 
October, 1957 ; 

(2) the Governor’s speech does not deal with the decisions of the Con- 

ference of State Rehabilitation Ministers, held at Darjeeling in 
October last year, in pursuance of which Transit Camps are being 
disbanded and the State Refugee Relief and Rehabilitation 
Department is being wound up; 

(d) that the speech does not mention the decision embodied in the un- 
animous resolution adopted by the Assembly in June-July Session 
last year, in accordance with which the State Government was to 
obtain details of the Dandakaranya Project from the Central 
Government and hold a (’onference of all parties in the House”, 

^was then put and lost. 


The motion of Sj. Haran Chandra Mandal thaf the following be added 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

ct - 

(sp) wiOTia TwaaTisa !?ph« Sow ; 

(»f) ef-piwiaw »if5sn*i ^ ; 

(p() <m1ii flwiilf'4 tPBTf?r$ «fm « 5iq spWfet c*fr<3 

(PI) C’PR'Q Sw<l ; 

(«) smiOTi Snf® w Sospi =p?n 55 ^ • 

(5) 

CMPM'S ; 

(¥) CTO'S 

(sf) 5T7if?PiiOT ^ 'Q OTTwf®?! ^ <3 m 

CTOl'Q *11^ ; 

(^) OTsunjcffi 'Q smrrfsT^p fwi 31:5^ ctopq 

(iB) m] m] ^ cTO'G 

I”, 

was then put and lost. 


'rhe motion of Sj. Somnath^ Lainri that the following be added ut the 
end of the address in reply, viz . — 

“But regret that the reference to the labour situations have been com- 
plaeement and unsatisfactory.”, 

was then put and lost. 



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280 


The motion of Dr. Pabitrii Mohan Boy that the following be added rt 
the eiid of the address in reply, viz. — 

But re^^ret that there is no mention of the failure ot the Government-- 
. (a) to stop discrimination being made among the cadre of the \Ves( 
Bengal Health Services in the matter of Salary Scales, Service 
Condition, etc.; 

(b) to tackle the uneiiij)lo\ ment problem in West Bengal; 

(c) to tackle the labour ju'oblem properly; 

(d) to tackle the problem of congestion in traffic hy State Transport 

Service ; 

(e) to control abnormal rise of jirices of daily nect'ssaries of liie; 

(f) to tackle the jiroblein of Kast Bengal itefugee in the State; 

(g) to take adequate ineaMires in Indping the Municipalilie> in tlit‘ 

State.”, 

was then put and lost. 

The motion of Dr. Dliirendra Nath Banerjee that the following he added 
at the end of the a(l(lr(*sv< m repl> , viz. — 

(^) ^?rsrT<t 

^ 

, i:>i 7^^ ^ : 

5J?11C6'. 

(«) srC^flOT m 

( 5 ) c^<ii 

(5) ^ fiTsfin m&iilTi irt^R'G SOS’*! 

(3f) siiw^ 5 t^ 

3T?l^l<r1 ; 

(^) >8 wmiT um<i 

(i)3) kmcsi>G 

CTO<3 ^ 

was then put and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Deven Sen that the following be added at the end ot 
the address in reply, viz. — 

‘‘But regret that — 

(1) no effective measures have been suggested tor the solution of th*' 
developing f{K)d-cri»is; 



200 ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb., 

(2) facts al)out the influx of displaced persons from East Pakistan 
j)a^(‘ not been placed correctly; 

('j) no incntitm has been made about tbe intiO(Iuctif>n of Ben^ »li 
Inn^'uage as an official language in We>»t Bengal; 

(4) no suggestion has been made about tbe democratization ot ^be 
projHised Secondary Education Board and its status as an auto- 
nomous l>ody”, 

was then put and lost. 

I'be motion of Sj. IMiakir Chandra Roy that the following be added at 
the end td' addiess in rejtly, viz. — 

“But regret that there is no mention of any effective measure to be 
taken b,^ the lioverriment in order to check the discontent ol teachers or all 
categories, particularly of secondary teachers and to remove waste, corrup- 
tion and niismanagement from administration.”, 
was then ]mt and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Sasabindu Beia lliat the following be added at Oie 
end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“Bui regret thal — 

(i) in the speech there is no correct ajijuei ialion of the gravity of die 
food situation in the State winch has become more acute on 
account of the jirevailing high jirices with a rising tendency over 
which the (lovernment have utterly faih*d to exercise any 
control ; 

(ii) the s])eech has negelcted to make mentroi of the daily deterioiating 
economic condition of rural West Bengal esjiecially of the rural 
[)ea'.antr\ and labour; 

(iii) the spe(*oli leveals a lack of iinderstain' ing on the jiart of <he 
(lovernmeiit of the actual statt* of edacalion in tlu* State a,nd ihe 
uttei' frustration and fruith*ss wastage esjiecially in the fiehU oj 
Ihiniary, Secondary and Social education; 

tiv) the sjieech do(‘s not contain even a word of sMnpath> for the 
suffering teachers of flu* State; 

(v) tlie speecli makes no mention of the huge wastage of jiuhlic money 

in the working of N.E.S. Blocks unci (\D. Projects and other 
sclienics of development without any appreciable results; 

(vi) the speech makes no reference to the failure of the Government in 

rehabilitating tlie refugee.s; 

(vii) the spiH'ch is completely silent about the corruptions and nial- 
praotices in the administration in all levels; and 

(viiit 111 the sjieecdi there is neither any indication of tlie policy and 
programme (d the (Tovernineiit foi cpiick solutnui of the 
in-oldems referred to above.”, 

was then put and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Sunil Das that the following he added at the end of 
the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that the sjieecli of the (Governor lias neitlier g-one »*nto tin' 
basic cause of the economic, political and moral malaise from which the 
State of West Bengal is chronically suffering nor has the speech suggested 
any definite remedy to combat the same.”. 

was then put and lost. 



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291 


The moluin of Sjktii. Lahauya Brova 

5rTO*i^ 

tFtKM ^— 

“f^ ?W?I 

^ C5f<3?n^ ^ m] ^MT mv,-^ 5:t?nW5— 

(b) ^sr^TT^c^ <JTcra ^«n 

^ 2ff^ m\ ^5T5T?i 

WTSIVI^ ^m; 

(^) ^ ^ 5fV m\ 

^ISr S\ “^l^fTT JfTO ‘^i^Wl 

4l<C'5i ^ '*1T?n ; 

(0) '^^^;i'?^?II »IProPWTC^ ^<sH<J ‘nPRTOl?! ^nsrfSJTOTC^ 

(8) «-<]^ (7j isiUm <3 mm^ 

^ c®T?n^ s^'^?R -f w. *^iT?r 5 »fPR sTff'!; Wot toz 

^ 0^1 SrR^Wra ^SJ’Ti '^r^ , 

((i) »rPH ^srtct:^ ^srn;^', ©r-'to 

C'WTiT 5;;^ 5T7 ?jr femR 

StR) wto 

*^5P=i5I^^f^ J^'GTTI : 

(^) ^<14M 20^4^ ^?'cT?Il WJ\ 4^4*^ ^rfsiTTIC^ 

~u^ Wot JOTSIIRJ?! »4Rn *fV 

■ i)4 4TOT srctfi c4r W;;^ 4W^ sr ni?n i jisr ??p 

^T^vi" 4 r c cT?^ C 4 r spto ^’I’Sf Wjc 5 -<j?ri 

^SR W, 5IC4] C^T 9rr4Tf»TOT4 ;f*fR^ l?4^. ?W 

cTT^TROT W?l «T^ «T^ ?I'?R >i5^ S]«! 

4rOT4 c^ 454OT4 5TTw^ ^mm 

^4T?I jWt 5?^^«R5 ot1i> OTtlJ ^4T4 '4'r^^*R 

441 ; 

(q) ^$[Tt^-*i;«wr ?44C?f ott ®r-4RW4 Wot 4to ^iot 

aOT*T OT40l ^;^4 fl,i6{<pt‘'5, 4[W4. <3 W44^^1?TT4 

4r^ irtiW:^, C4 *f;W^®g4 ^4 ^Wic?, ot 74 at® >nnR^ 

2[^414 *tlW §a®lW •n 441 1”, 

•»‘a> then jint ami lo>t. 

The inotiffii ol Dr. Prahilln (’hamlra (Hioce that the followiii/^ lie added 
at the end (d the address in ie|)I\, viz. — 

“But re|.tret that — 

(a) no positive stej).-, have Iwen su^ge.sted in the sjieech lor the pievcii- 
. tion of laijfe-s(‘al(* evietio.i now going on ot j)«)oi )»ea';o>ts iiom 
land ami cnnceiitration of tlie same in the liaiids nf a t»nv rmn- 
cultivating joledars, etc*.; 

(b; there i.s lack of appreeialion in the speech of the most vital probJoms 
of State, namely, poverty, unemplovin^mt ami under-employment 
and of their solution; 



m ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb., 

(c) there is no indication of jx)licy regarding free and compulsory 

education up to 14 jears of boys and girls; 

(d) no mention has been made of establishing a new University in 

Burdwan.”, 

was then put and lost. 


The motion of Sj. Ganesh Ghosh: 

c?«?rT c^- 
fro 

(^) "hiUm 

WT ^i^i)5IC*n^ ^ 'Q 

’TOfRl STW sf^Tfn ^iS^CvsCSe I *fT»I <3 

'ii^^NUd OTRT^K^l 

^ WRI ^ ^5RP«n 

PPR 'TT^ ; 

(^) cwm sp^wi. 

wi srsr;w at?nw5?“Ni^ wi fw?f 

(O) 4^'VR ^ TO ^STTO^ 

(8) TOT 'Q sic^b ^ 

C>TU-TO^. »fVwT?^ m T?TO ,TO^cn. 

TOiTO 51:;^ fwM ^ ; 

id) '^fH^TOen^ ^ #^sfVt 

TfTOi™ 

M sr'kjTO S«?^4 aTO n’if 5f:«n stiot 

fWM 

(q) m\^u^ wjiwm u\ wsi^ 

^f^?iic^ ^shu^^q ?tt^; 

{»/) 5:^'^: ??3F5^? c«!'QTO ^nr-ro c^ tofi^ ^fror 

’snf^lUOT v£l^^ <FPTO 

STIOTI <1?^ TOT •TT^' : 

M ?l^5^ ^rTTO«^^ ^<?TO CW ^C^TTO ^<19C5T 

<\s'TsrR ■«n^ ^snro w 'Q ^ sr^ 

5?FIT ^V5^ OTTO'S 

(^0) 4'V'iITC^ TOifTEFP f»t^ 'Q W’>MSRn ^RJTORI W^ «T^ TOTf^I^ f*W 

C? ^5R»R TOT 2ftTOR 

^STJTf^'Q ScrW 

iwi^t i c TO ^TOi:«T f^rwi;fTO Stjn ^ ^ TOT^ncro ^q wsws 

iRF^ i^^iriCTf 'STO'w 5^ 2m»r 

was then put and iost 



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293 


DEBATES OX OOVEBXOR’S SPEECH 

The motion of Sj. Gopal Ba^u: 

m 

‘' 5 ^ c^— 

(^) >nf^ ^smTfxr s^if^ i 5 rf?i^ 

sn^lfe f^PrjMOT '5M'6K'< 

^fenC^'i=T i™ <3 . 

’fc^i ^wTm mi^ ^oii c^ 

>K5[is^ zj^zt mj m nHv- 

'fc Wif'<^ ^Tcsr^ tf^l 

crtin >(’=TOs?'^^ si't^n^TO C'^lfet ^nta- 

'S3H4:.l»'J'i I lil^v S?T<J*'I ^‘fP^I^PST 'Q ^<C2[517 |Tf*RT>l1'?I 

SICJT S(l**<^ '<3 -'vfl 5!^ ; 

k^wx. ^'1?! srraV^^ HTfsp^-n't 

^*K iiv.7 .^ ; 3!Frrf ?:^':'‘-’->iX?ra ^ hiji z!]^<i 

3-’?'^ 51! <53^ •'tr-1't ^y'1?I7^^? ; 

TiJi 1*^1^ 4?vi'v.f| ;yA-K iXl> ‘i.. ZZbl n^'*z 

'''\it'. >( 141*1 ‘(-{.'4 <li,, •‘ 4 h 4 

^<^'''!*54'< C* •liSf" si^i'" 2]i^'‘-3t 1 •iTiZ 4i''!^;<J 

^?^':-‘ir :?i 4r-i^’.i ‘Jirii ti^Ki wos. ^]mi 

^?>:f^i?i vife-f. ^i" '^y'7,7>\z 'fi '!4^]vi7|*|>i ;Tc?n«r;<^ 

, fv45 >1^414 41^ i 4]Sllb‘':I 4r5? -zim 

1 c^iC/m ^“.51 4rT5'4q^4"i ^4?^ ?fr-i4- 

M ^'^\< '1-5', >i -il'^s 441 

^ ; 

(0) 4,'^^iR4 4T4r4]>i;^4 ?i]m^- 4i«i^ ^ ^on 

441^^11^, 

(5) 4?:fl]'‘*"fq.;Ui.-1 > 414 : '1.^4 i I. >i<14H^ 4^.^iy*l>1^j,7i~4 

XfjT>^ >r44i4l w^<y^i 

cmm 511 ?Tit ; 

(6) 5 ^4 T>v^'' C ^ t 4 '4;;iT4^r>ic>T4 $??n 4T?^fi^»r4 > 1 ** 45 ^ 'Q ^nr?!^ ^ksi srimi^iT^ 

'TT ^1447^ vS4^ if'^5444«n ^TW*^ ?7*4^»4 >P5i;< ^^cnifw 

Ws ^ 5:^?(7^ <lWf 4^41 

^4C?1 <54? at^'^R- 

^Tf;^<3 si'^RvS ^ 5ft?n 5^iy4TI ?F47 <i) f4^ SCST’V 447 

511 ?7T^; 

(4>) 41^^ ©T41C4 ^WT4 4I5R <2 >14474*1 4 STunW fl^>TlC4 

‘ 474^ 447 54 t44C44'<3 ^0^4 *77^ ; 

(q) <nin-44444 W4R <114? 4*^ 4574?® 444^14*1 414^ >F4C*4'0 

^47 54 ^1”, 
was then put and lost. 

A-20 



2H ASSKMi^LY PKoi'KLDlXOS [25rH Fkb., 

The motion of Jauab A. M. 0. Ghani that the following be added at the 
end of the address in rejdy, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

in tlje (jovernor’s address no mention has been made about the control 
of e])ideinic8 like choleia and sniail-po.\, and such a serious 
menace as tuberculosis; that there is not a word about the fuller 
utilisation of doctors and nurses in the Health Service of the 
State; the deplorable working condition of the non-inedi('al 
employees ol the Health Services ha,*, also been coinpletety 
ignored. Develojmient of rharmaceiitical industries has not 
even been hinted at.”, 

was then jmt and lost. 


The motion of Sj. Hemanta Kumar Ghosal that — 

ep^s ^ ^*R *1;;^ 

’V®! 'SJWO^ 'Srdi C3FFP 

w 5Tt?n mo?!! 5%^, ^ 

(j^) Ww c®f5TO5 wpftsR3^ sR:ct ^ 1^ ^ 9 ^ 

C^'e?IT ^ ; 

(0) m] ^ ^ ^ 515 ^ 

*T[^ ; 

(8) I<P^lC<1 ^^>0 W'off 

{Ct) t^*n5 C^TT; CTb, SC^II'Sfrjl^ 

(4>) fw. ^pfen ^<8CifBr ^snf^rWl <3 

>POT[?l C*f'G?n?t t<Pld 

^ : 

(q) c^T$ ufum ^p^n §c 5 t^ ?nt; 

(\f) ^fftpp^^RRi. 

sm ts^ ^ ; 

M k:^<^ ^ cflp'^sis?^^ 'e fefei w^n 


was then put and lost. 



1968.] DEBATES ON GOVERNOB'S SPEECH 296 

Ihe motion ot Dr. Golaiii 'iazdaiii that the following be added at the end 
of the address iii reply, viz.— 

But regret that no mention has heen made of the following acute 
problems of Nortli Bengal — 

(1) Jack of proper communication betw^eeu North Bengal and rest ol 

West Bengal which is a result of j)artition of the Bengal; 
food crisis; 

(o) high price of all essential commodities; 

(4) growing uuemj)k\Mnent ; 

(o) tottering condition ot tht‘ silk and mango inlustries in \Ialda; 

(G) lack of adetjuate irrigation projects; 

(7) lack of proper attention to iinjirovement of education, both primary 
and secondary.”, 

was then put and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Pramatha Nath Dhibar that llie following be ad<led 
at the end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no nuMition has been made about — 

(J) the failure of tlit' (lovernment in taking tlie jiroblems of the 
secondary teaclieis uho hav«‘ been forced to bnTigcr-stiik«* in 
protest against the attitude of the Government; 

(2) the failure of the (lOvernment in tackling many grievous proldeins 

of the Scheduled (’ash* and Scheduled Tribe of AVest Bengal; 

(•1) the failure ot tlie (Toveruinent iu introducing compulsory free 
[iriniary education in AN'cst Bengal; 

(4) the failure of the Government for introducing step-mot luu'ly pfdiev 
♦ ot secondary education sy.*.tem in AV^'est Bengal; 

( A) the failure fd the Government of its food jK>licy and redressimml of 
agriculturists ; 

0») the failure of tlie (lOvernment of its refiigcM* and reliahilif at ion 

jiolicy ; 

(7) the failure <d‘ the (loveinment of its irrigation system in D.A'.G 

t'ommand Area and differential attitude of the 1).A\(). .Autlionty 
and State (iovernment ; 

(8) the failure of the (Tovernmeiit for its dift’t'renf policy of jitiniary 

education in rural ami urban areas of the State; 

(fi) the failure of the (Tovernmeiit in solving tin* various pioliierns ot 
the fishermen in the State”, 

was then jnit and lost. 

The motion of Sj. Cliitto Basu that the following he added at the end of 
the address in rejily, viz. — 

“But regret that — 

(1) +hp sjieech does not offer any concrete solution of the chronic food 

crisis of ihe country ami does not also reveal the deptli of the 
serious food crisis; 

(2) no mention has }n*cn made about tin* failure of the Government 

in guaranteeing economic reh|ibilitat ion* and resettlement of the 
vast mass of refugees; 



m ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb, 

(3) no mention lia» been made about the failure of the Government iu 

Htopping large-scale retrcnclmieut and lay-off workers, and 
providing- adequate relief for llie retrenched and laid-off workeis; 

(4) no mention has been made al»oiif the failure of the Government in 

redressing- the legitimate grievance^ of the Government employi'es 
of the State and guaranteeing tliem fundamental Trade I’liioL 
Rights ; 

(5) it has failed to give the real picture of the State of today.", 
was then ])ut and lost. 


3'he motion (d Sj. Apurha Lai Mazumdar that the following be added 
at the end of the address in rej»ly, viz. — 

“But r(‘gr(‘t that no rrrention has l^een made about — 

(i) the tailur(‘ rd' her Government in >ol\ing the refugee problem end 
their jiropei- economic rehahiluatioii witliin the State oi West 
Bengal hy devcdofn'ng fallow lands and rapid indusiriulisalioii ; 

(ii) the failure uf her Government in implementing the recommenda- 
tions of the Scheduled (hastes and Scheduled Tribes ('ommis- 
sioner- in the matler oi spreading edmalioii and im{)i')ving the 
ecdiioimc condition oi the- SelMaliiled ( a^te; 

(iii) the failure oi her Govionniciit to stop rctrenclimoni in mills'. 

factories and offices; 

(iv) the iaiiure of her Govm-mnent to check liie growing umMnit'e' 

nieiii. and undei-einplovmcnl li, ihe Siaic; 

(v) tin* failure of her (ioveinment in Ininging liown liie jiii.e i. ot 

lood aiticios and other- (‘sMoiliai (‘ominodi t n*s iMtliin (he inirelia'- 
ing cajiacily (d the coinmon pt‘oj)k*; 

(vi) the iiiilute ol Ikt (io\eMiim'n( in di^inliuting lands among the 
fM*asantr\ and in improMiig ihe bving condition ol ilie 
income grou]>; and 

(\ii) tin* laiiiiK* oi lief Govenim-*n; tn i.dine tin* bmden of 
on ihe poor and middle (l.o, pt'djite ", 
was then pui and lost. 

'i'ho motion of Sj. Kamanuj llakb*? to movt* that tin* following lie added 
at Ihe end vd the address in reply, viz — 

“But regret that there is no mention ot the failure of the (!ov(‘inment — 
(n) to tak(* adi'ijuate imMsui't's foi- sohiUg’ the j<roblems of the jarnliess 
labourers in rural areas; 

(b) to take adeipiaie measures fur solving the problems of embank- 

ments in Sunderban areas; 

(c) to take adequate mea.sures for solving the problems of double 

crojiping in the State; 

(d) to take adequate ineavsures for solving the problems of crafts and 

cottage industries in rural areas.”, 
was then put and lost. 

The motion of Si. Henkanta Kumar Basu that the following be added 
at the end of the adaress in reply, vii. — 

"But regret that there is — 

(1) no mention of any defint^ scheme for solving iinemploymant 
problem in the State; 



1958.1 


DEBATES ON GOTEHNOR’S SPEECH m 

(2) no mention of any definite sclienie to reclaim and iWelop tlie -waHte 

and tallow lands in the State ImlU tor the purpose of increased 

food production and rehabilitation of refugees ; 

(3) no mention of aiiv detinite scheme tor seoarating iudiciarv from 

the executive; 

(4) no mention of any definite scheme for rooting out goondaism from 

the land.", 
was then put and lost. 

The motion of Sj, Haridas Mitra that the following he added at the end 
of the address in ie]dy, viz.— 

“But regret that the sjieech ot the Governor has not gone into the 
necessity of economic relmlnlitation and real solntion of the prohlejus of 
the displaced persons ivu all-out piogross of W<“<t Ihuigal a whole.", 

was then put and lost. 

The motion of l)i. Kauai lad Bhattaidiarya that the ioDowiug lu‘ added 
at tlie end of the address in reply, viz. — 

“But regret that no mention has hcen made about tlie last deterioration 
ot tlie geiHU'al ef'oiioniu' condition oi the State, dm* t^» tin* ahnormal rise in 
prices and want of employment ol the \oungmen, which leails to the raminint 
corrnjition, tendeney to immoral and goonda aetivitie.s within both iirlnni and 
rural areas of the State distuihing tlu' normal life nf pi‘aeeiul citizens. ", 

Was then ]nit and lost. 

Mr. Speaker: T will now jmt the main motion- 

The motion of Sj. Himalananda Tarkatirtha that “A r(‘si>ectfiil addiess 
in reply he presented to the tio\crnor as follows : 

‘Your Excellency, 

We, the members oi the West Bengal Legislative As, semifly in this 
Session, beg to ottei our bumble thanks to Your Kxcelb'iiey 
for the most excellent speech winch Vom Excellency has been 
pleaseil to deliver to tins Housid." 
was tiieii jiut and agreed to. 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

<3 CTO 

I ^Corf? i ^3^ win 'cci ^ 

CTO cro C‘^’*i^ 

?n TO fro ''ic^ ^ 'SfftfTO ‘iTO 

Mr, Speaker: Then the Jiroper thing to do, Mr. Sen, is read the Sale 
Deed right from the beginning to the end. That was not asked, 

Sj. Deben Sen: That is our demand. 

Mr. If are zealous about your rights 1 am eijually zealous 

about the preservation of the juivijeges of the members and you all knew 
full well what wa.s being dom*. 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: Sir, 1 am prepared to do one 
of the two things— I will read the whole document or I will lay it before 
the House. 



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ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [25th Feb., 1958.] 


Mft Spoafcdrs Thifl is a registered public document and there is no 
concealment, no secrecy about it. If you like, I will have it laid on the 
Library Table. 


Adjournment. 

I he House was then adjourned at 7-40 till 3 )).iu. on Wednesday, 
tlie 2bth February, 1958, at the As',enibly Hou^e, C5douUa. 



Proceedings of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly assembled 
under the provisions of the Constitution of India 

The Assembi.v met iu t)ie Assembly House, CalcuKii, on Wednesday th« 
26tli February- 1958, at 8 p.m. 


Present: 

Mr. Speaker (the IFoirble S\mvVri)\s Hwkkji) in the Chair. 15 Hon’ble 
Ministers, 7 Deputy Minister^ and 201 Members. 

— 3-10 p.m.] 

Adjournment Motion 

Sji Cenesh Ghosh* 

3TfT^, JTT. TTTI 

Mr, Spoeker! It ha-i hi'Ui .li^ueil that liieie T\(*iJ(i h(» no (luesliujis today. 
\ot!(( oi (.lie adjourinneiil iiiolion \^a-> ‘.lueii lo which I have' nd'uscd [>er- 
[ni'"'ioii hut till' uiotuui can lie I'cad 

Sj. Hemanta Kumar Chosat: 

'Mi .^‘.(1 FcImup;. T* .in .. ci-..' x < idrtii 1 m. L 

jtlace ’,ea? the iautli < ah.ii oi the S(>nai|'Ui lailway slatiou, \ ./. , 
('olli'>i(»iJ lietwcMi rp .no: l)nwii 11 ^ 1.1 i.'.na-, l•,.uslltu 

iiiiUMMliat'' (i'Mth 

Mr, Speaker, Mi (iliO'.ii a stateiueiit I'> uoiul; to he made l>\' tlu' ( liiet 

iii'I'-MiTi lllI^ inalttu you 111 , d uoi I'Mi! the ^lattunenl 

Sj L^emani.'t Kiima' Chosa!: 

Mr. Speaker: 

V^vr^v. . ' ' r'- 1 

Sj. Hemanta Kumar Chosal: 

^TiricT! 1 

Mr. Speaker; 

rr I :5n5[r^ r?' ' 

itatement of the Hon’bte Chief Minister on the Railway accident at Sonarpur. 

The Hon’ble Dr, Bidhan Chandra Roy; With your jicnuisviou. Sir, I 
rant to make a statement bt'iorc tlic Houm*. f rejrret to say that tlierc ha^ 
>(‘(‘11 a very ^ad a<’cideiit iu'.t the Sonarpur railway station tliis moiriin^' 
It .')-45 a. in. The train \o -570 T>own which was f»'<5nf»‘ tmm raleutta side 
■ollidcd headlonj? at Kaniarhair by tlie side of the west cahin about 200 yards 
ve>t ot file Sonarpur station with train No. 241 Fp and engine of 370 
Of.w'M capsized and one boiiie >3 241 Fp was completely smash(‘iL So far 
ivc dead fnidies W(Te found out and 27 inian‘d lia\e fieen ({(‘-patclied to 
Jealdah by special train at S o’clock for freatmenf T may inform you 
hat there are a few more ininred wdio liave left the pho e after obtaining'’ 
ir-'t aid. But my people are not yet satisfied that there an* no more dead 



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[2Gtii Feb., 


bodies. They are tryin^ir to find out if they could find any more dead body. 
My colleu^'*ue Mr. Kalip&da Mookerjee with the I. G. of Police have gone 
there to make a local inspection and I hope he will be here in time for me 
to give any furtlier report that I can give. I have sent a telegram to ihe 
Railway Minister requesting him to enquire wliy is it that there should be 
80 many headlong collisions particularly in the morning when visibility is 
fairly good. Of course at 5-45 a.m. there is just a little light. Evidently 
the pointsman was not very careful in giving the train the proper line. 
Any way that is a matter tor eiujuiry. I have sent a telegram and a^ked 
the Railway Minister what he proposes to do with regard to the jiresent 
accident and also to prevent further accidents in future. 

Sj. Bankjm Mukherji: 

The Hon’ble Dr» Bidhan Chandra Roy! I am more sad because many of 
the men wlio were travelling in the train were passengers coming to f'alditta 
to attend office or to join some other work or something like tliot. It 
is very unfortunate that this accident should hove happened. 

BJ. Hemanta Kumar Chosal: 




Mrt Speakef! What the Thief Minister has said just now is this that 
he has not in his pos.session just now wliaf all o( us would like to know 
irresjiective of our party and so on. Tt is a malter of very great reyiet 
that these innocent passengers should lose their lives in this fashion and T 
have uo doubt that when Kalipada Bahu returns to the Assembly chamher 
some more information will he available to tlje Chief Minister and he will 
give yon that inforiiiation. In the mean-uhih'. in memory of the dead 1 
would re(juest honourable memlnuN to rise on tlieir feet and stand in sileme 
for two minutes to record our coiuloleiice. 

[The honourable members rose in their seat^ and stood in silence for hvo 

minutes]. 


Point of Personal Explanation. 

Janab Byod Badrudduja: Sir, during my absence yesterday one ot the 
honourable members oj)jH)site pa^sod very >erious reflection on me and 
made serious ehiirges. The charges call for explanation but neither the 
speech nor the statement made by the Judicial Minister appeared in the 
Press. I would therefore request you. Sir, to furnish me with a co^ of the 
speech as also of the statement so that I may get a chance to explain. 

Mr. Bpookor: All that you want will he made available to you, Mr. 
Badrudduja. I am issuing necessary instructions to my Secretary. 

tianab Syod Badruddlljm When cau I have a chance to answer the 
charges? 

Mr. Bpoakor: When you are ready-tomorrow. 

Janab Syad BadriiibHiJa: Thank you. Sir. 



301 


1958,] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ArCOT^NT) 

tor a vota on account 


Tho Hon’We Dr. Bidhan Chanra Row: Sir r hu.v * v i 

;•< «-■ ».iy*, 'LS\! 

lOT OT dBua\lilg tue clrarges iov U\e ioWowiug sorvires and \)uv\>»>s<‘s 

for tlie year ending on the ^Isi day of March. lOoO, namely: — 


Grant Services and purposes 

No. 

Sums not 
exix'eding 

1 

2 

3 


A— Direct Demand on the Revenue 

Its. 

1 

4 — Taxes on Income other than Corinmition Tax and 
Estate Duty 

1,92,1 K)0 


7 — Land Ri*venu(‘ 

1.4:1.4s, (MM) 

2 \ 

1 

AA— Principal Revenue Heads— Forest and other Capital 
Accounts outside the Revenue Account 



65 — Pa 3 Tnent of ComfX’iisation to Land H(>lderN, etc., on the 

L abolition of the Zemindarv Svstein 

r)0,(M),(MM) 


Total — (irant No. 

1,93.48, (MM) 


3 

A— Direct Demand on Revenue 

8 — State ExciM' Duties 

14,()4,(MM) 

4 

9 — Stamps 


2,9(),(K)0 

5 

10 — Forest .... 


30,1 1, tMX) 

6 

11 — Registration 


7,34,(M)0 

8 

12A — Sales Tax 


8,1(),(MK) 

9 

13 — Other Taxea and Duties 


3,55,000 



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[2Gth Feb., 


Grant Services and purpri^ien 

No. 

Sums not 
exceeding 

1 

2 

3 



Rs 


C— Rtvenue Account of Irrigation, Navigation, Embankment 
and Drainage Works 


XVll — Ini^atioii — Working cxjk*! uses 

8,3(1,000 


18 — OthfT ]l( venue expMidilure rinaiiced trom Ordiijary 

lU'VelllK'M 

36,03,000 


H—Civil Works and Miscellaneous Public Improvements 



5111 — Other Revenue ex]K‘ndilure e emeeted wj’h Multipur- 
])ose River Sch< m* s . . 

8.53,990 

11 - 

CC — Capital Account of Irrigation, Navigation, Embankment 
and Drainage Works outside the Revenue Account 

(J^ — ^ ’on -1 niel ion ol‘ Irrigation. Navi„',tt ion. Rnd»anknv i*t 
iij tfl j)r n"a^^e Works (comnv‘rci >!) 

13.39,999 


(tSA — Ooiisl riifi (oM ot Irrigation, NaviLuM ei, Kmliniikm nt 
and Dr-nni'ge \Voi•|^^ (non-eoiiuueiei d) 



1 HH— Capital Account of Civil Works and Miscellaneous 

1 Public Improvements outside the Revenue Account 

I 



1 8('.A — ( lipiia! Ontla.y on Mult ijaii po m l‘v)\,r Seh a v 

1 lu' Ih verue Aeeonnl 

17 29.(nK> 


'I'otal — (Jr, 'll* No 1 1 . . 

1.(mi.2] '‘<>9 


E -Dobt Services 


12 

22 — lnt<H -t op Debt .ipul olie r oldiiTat io'"> 

l.<M K) 


F — Civil Administration 


14 

25 — (noeral Adniini.'liafion 

l.l/().4l .<H>9 

15 

27 — Adniinistratioii of Jiistu'v' 

29.39,(MK) 

If) 

28 — tlaiU and C’onviet iS( ttu iuent-> 

31.25.<H>0 

17 

29— Police 

2.6(b94.<w>9 

IH 

39 — Ports ar.d Pilot .?,ge ^ 

4.94.t»90 

19 

3(1 — iScientitic i) 

24<KM> 

20 

37 — Education 

4.12.82.900 

21 

38— Medical 

1. 58,85, (KtO 

22 

39— Public Health 

77,20,000 


1958.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON 




Grant Services and purjK>se8 

No. 


Sums not 
exotH'dijig 


1 


3 


Rs. 

40— Agriculture— Agiicult lire .. .. I.4(K34.(HK> 

FF— Civil Administration— Capital Account outside the 
-3 Revenue Account 

71 — Capital Outlay on seiK^mes of Agneultiiral Improvement 
^ and RcHeareh outsido the Rt vrniie Account , . 14.24.tHKt 

Total— Crant No 23 . . J .Od.fiS.tHHt 


F — Civil Administration 


04 4 (. — ( — I'V ir,"- 

2o 41 — \'e!tri':”\ 

2t> 12 — C(»-o}). r .il io; , 

r»43 — Indui-'ti jf'' — lj.du>.tijfh 

I FF — Civil Administration- Capital Account outside the Reve- 
I venue Account 

I 72— apital outlay oi> Indu.s’na! It* ot out'ad< llo 

[_ Utv'eiiiK Aee-aint . . 37.nH»oo 


I'otal — (t.oif N ) ‘^"7 .. (il.itoIMM) 


12.Sl.(lOI) 
1 1 .tHKOtin 
24,70 <MHI 


F — Civil Administration 


43 — Industri; — (V»tt.ifie Industri. ^ .. .. 3r>.7!>tHH) 

FF— Civil Adminiftration— Capital Aaeaunt outside the 

2 ^ V Revenue Aeoount 

72 — Capital outlay on liidustrial Developnv nt outside the 
Revenue Account — r tot tage Industries .. .. 2,12 tH>0 


37,0l,()(H) 


Total — Cfrarit No. 28 


d04 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[2Gth Feb., 


Grant Services and purposes Sums not 


No. 


exceeding 

1 

2 

3 


F— Civil Administration 

Rs. 

29 

43 — IndustrieK — Cinchona 

10,67,000 

30 

47 — Mifioellaneous Departments — Fire Services . . 

11,66,000 

31 

47 — Miscellaneous Departments — excluding Fire Services . . 

36,83,000 


H— Civil Works and Misesllanoous Public Improvomants 


32 

50 — Civil Works 

1,22,52,000 


J— Miscsilaneous 


33 

54 — Famine 

71,48,000 

34 

54B — Privy Purses and allowanoi’s of Indian Rulers 

57,000 


55 — Superannuation allo^\ aiKH*.s and {H*n.sions 

46,71,000 

35 ^ 

ilJ— MIscollantous Capital Account outside ths Rsvtnue Account 



83 — Payments of commut(*d value of jx-nsions . . 

2,00,000 


Total — Grant No. 35 

48,71,000 


J — Miscoltanoous 


3(5 

56 — Stationery and Pi'inting 

22,84,000 

37 

57 — Miscellaneous — Contributions 

47,61,000 


57 — Miscellaneous — Other Misctdlaneous Expenditure 

50,92,000 

38 ^ 

dd— Misctlitntous Capital Account outside the Rovanua 
Account. 



82 — Capital Account of other State Works outside the 
^ Revenue Account 

1,85,38,000 


Total — Grant No, 38 

236,30,000 





1958.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ACTH)rNT) 


305 


Grant ServiOi‘<< and purpose 

No. 


Suinn nut 
exuiHHling 


1 


3 


J— MiictHantous 

57 — Mj soul Ian uuii.'’ — ExjH'ndituro on di>phu’('d [x iMms 

JJ— Miscellaneous Capital Account outside the Revenue 
Account 

39 — ('a])ital Accuiiiit nfoOnT Stale ’\V<tr)c> out^idu th<‘ Uev(‘nn<- 

A(‘C‘.(iiin( — ExjH'iiditnr*' on di'^])lat‘<’(l prisons 

Loans and Advances by State Government 

Loaii'' and Advances to di'^plari'd jmt.soiis 

Tol.d -Giant Xo. 39 


Rs. 

1.51 


M~ Extraordinary Items 

[' tl3l> < onni iinii} I >. \ .-loiini rii>|rct. N..I lonal I'aI* n^ioii 

Si i \ If" .Mid lioeal Oevflupnv nt Works . . . . (‘d, 19 .»wiO 

JJ - Miscellaneous Capital Account outside the Revenue 
Account 


40 S2---< .ijinal Vffouiit (ifoili. i Slat* Works outsid* i)i( I(i xtiuk 

A(f am’ — ('oiumuiuly l)t \ ciopmri.t Projrfr- 

Loans and Advances by State Government 

Lo.m and A<lvaiief^ U!id' i ( '• aiimuinl y J)*'\<‘lo|>iii"nt Prrtjrct;- 9.9.>,(H»f) 
ImmI --<; iant N(». 4i> .. 75.9u.<Klo 


M— Extraordinary Items 

41 63 — Extraordinary eharges in India 

42 64C— Pre-Partition Payments 


61,HI,(MK| 

0,54,(K)0 


HH— Capital Aoeount of Civil Works and Miioollanoous Public 
improvomonts outside the Rovonuo Aoeount 

43 8()A — Capital Outlay on Multipurpose River Schemes outside 

the Revenue Account — Damodar Valley Project . . 2,85,43,900 

44 gi — Capital Account of Civil Works outside the Revenue 

Account , . . . . . . • 2,02,45,000 



ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINGS 


[26th Feb,, 

Grant Services and purposes 

No. 


Sums not 
exceeding 

1 

2 


3 


J—Mlietllantout 


Rs. 


f XLVIA — Reo(;ipts from Road and Water Transport Schemes 
— Working exptmKes 

96,50,000 

45 ^ 

ilJ—MItctllaneous Capital Aceount outside the Ravenut 
Account 



82B — Capital Outlay on Road and Water Transport Schemes 
outside the Revenue Account 

16,19,000 


Total — Grant No. 45 


1,12,69,000 

46 

85A — Capital Outlay on State Schemes of Government 
Trading 

10,00,00,000 


Loans and Avdantee by Stato Qovornmont 



48 

Loans and Ad van ex ‘s by State Government 


82,20,0tH) 


Grand Total 


46,22,32,000 

1 think there are one or two iK)ints to which I would 
attention of the members of this House namely that this 
is for a period ot tour months. 

like to draw the 
Vote on Account 


TiuMolre unlinarily we w'ould expect tliat if the total expenditure for the 
year is Ids! crores it w’ould he d4 crores tor whick demand would be made. 

The reason ot that is ipiite simple. 11 }ini look at i)age 4 you will find 

there is an item under the head “-')7 — Miscellaneous” — expenditure on 
displaced persons— Us. To lakhs is the total demand which renresentN the 
amount that is left over for the ex])enditure on l>idialf ot this Government, 
the rest of the money comes from the Central Government. The amount 
that we ^mt from the Central Government in the course of the year is 8 
or 9 enires. Therefore we have put '2 crores 80 lakhs as the amount tor 
4 mouths whereas actually in the end it will be only an expenditure ot 75 
lakhs. So there is a difference of a few crores of rupees. Then again on 

page 5 under the head ‘Capital outlay* on some schemes of Government 

trading there is an item covertng Rs. 10 crores. This item is meant tor the 
puipose of purchasing rice and wheat and selling them again. Usually we 
balance the expenditure after the transaction is over. At the present 
moment we have to purchase up to the extent of Rs. 10 crores which, as I 
have already saidf we recoup during the course of the sale to different shops. 
Therefore if you take away 10 crores and 2 crores — 12 crores — from 46 crores, 


DEMANDS FOE GEANTS (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) 


307 


tbe demand will have to be made for 34 erores which is 1/8 of lOL’ (Tores. 
This is the only point I wanted to mention because some honourable membois 
might hnd it rather difficult to tollow. 

The second point I want to rai^e is thi.s. From the trend of the cut 
motions that have been given notice of it seems that my friends have not 
really realised that there will be full four days’ debate in the next session — 
June session — when the Budget will be put befort* the Hm^e in detail and 
mit motions will als(» be discussed and voted ujum. Theretore barring a 
general reference to the demands that I have made it would be not proper to 
discuss them and it would be wasting our time on this discussion winch 
could very usefully be made in the new session when each item will be jilaeed 
by the different Ministers and will be voted upon. 


The third point is this. We feel that so far as our State is concerned 
or rather so far as most of the States in India are concerned, the budget 
session in June or July would be more proper than a budget session in 
February and March of the present financial year — and the financial year 
should end on 80th September instead of 8lst March as at present. There 
are very good reasons for this — one is that our officers and our workers in the 
field have got to stop work about the middle of Marcli for 2, 8 or 4 weeks, 
because of the new sanction that has to be given during the budget session, 
November to May are the only months when any type of outside work could 
be (lone in this State. S<‘condly, most of our members would, as far as I have 
gathered, be moving in their constituencies in the months of January, 
February and March instead ot being locked up here, wliereas during’ tlie 
iain\ montlis they could easily he working here and discussing the budget 
at ease. 1 had already put this ])ioposal to the t'entral (tovernment on two 
occasions. They told me that they were trying to get the opinion of other 
^t.^ies about it. Finance Ministers of the other jirovinces might be asked 
t(' find out to what extent there might he unanimity (»n this (jiiestion and 1 
intend putting the same proposition before the next meeting of tlie National 
Development Couneil some time in April. Theretore, Sir, I l<‘el that the 
next best wa> to get over this difficulty, j»eiiditig the alteration of tlie 
linaiieial vear, is to ha\e a vole* on account at this stage* tuid have* the eom- 
])lete (liseussion rt*gar(ling the budget some time in .Time. As yon are awau', 
Sir, according to our rnle^ the liudget must l)e finished by I Ik* 8l)tb ol June. 
Although we have be(*n asking you to give* the sanction ioi lour monlli^, 
leally it is not more than ‘i nioutiis — proliably 21 montlis of tin* new .v<*ar 
dining whieb the money will be necessary. The reason why we have to 
take four months is that tln'ie may he seime items, (irovisions for which nia\ 
he found to he short tor tins period anel in that ease* we have* got to transter 
item^ from one liead to the* other in order to meet the emergeney. There- 
fore, we have asked for four months vote em aee'emnt, that is to say, oiie- 
tliird of the teifal that is hudgetfed for so far as the budget is e’oncerneel. 

Or. Raiieitdra Math Sail! Sir, I beg to move* that the demand for 
Es. lb, 22 -82, 000 on aeeount, be redue’eel by Es. KM). 1 move this in order 
to raise a discu.ssion about the refusal of the Government to pay extra 
dearness allowance to their non-gazetted employees in view of rising [iriei's. 

Sj. Niranjan tolguptas Sir, I beg to^ move tlmt the demand for 
Es. 40,22*82,000 on aeeount, l>e reduced by Es. UK). I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

sfT^rfsp^ 57c!; i 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[26th Feb., 


Dr« Radhanath Chattorajs Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
lls. 46,22>32,000 on account, be reduced by R;*. 100. I move this in order 
U) raine a discussion about 

C®r5TI^ WT?f ^ 

i 

8j. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: Sir, I beg to move that the demand 
lor Ks. 40,22,22,000 oji account, be reduced !)y Rs. 100. 1 move this in 
order to raise a di.scu^hioii about the j>oli( y of Ptdice administration. 

Dr. Pabitra Mohan Roy; Sir, I beg to move that the demand ior 
Rs. 40,22<22,000 on aicouid, be re«luced by Rs. JOI). 1 move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the Government policy regarding tlie new sclieme 
ol We,-.! Rengal Health Services. 

Sj. Renupada Haider: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 4b,22ul2,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 
(^) ‘^<1^ 

(0) Wf 

<:^ >1'l<r-I<l1 

^ ??!^T5TV5f;?T7M w:^] ^ ^?rf i 

8j. Mangru Bhagat: Sir', 1 Ih*j 4 to move Ilia! Ilie (binand ♦f)r 
Us. 4!),22''rj,()()(l on account, be reduced 1)\ IN. 101). 1 nio\e IIiin iii onuu* 
to raise a discussion about 

r.5s^^]7\ ■^'nin,‘5i c<^ 

m 

w ^rsr?i??rT ?»rr^ 

I 

8]. Satyendra Narayan Mazumdar: Sir, I b(‘<j; lo mov<‘ that tlie demand for 
Rs. 40,22 22, 0!10 on account, be rediuad by IN. 100 T move tins in oi'ilcr 
to raise a discussion about 

^ ^nfWhi i 

8J. Bhakta Chandra Roys ^ir, T beu to mme that tire dmuand for 
Rs. 40, 2222, 000 ou account, be reduced bv Rs, |(H). T move tliis in order 
to raise n discussion about tbe bnrdslii]) of the ])eop]e of West Bengal due 
to mal-administrntion. 

8|. Basanta Kumar Panda: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs 40,22-22,000 on account, he reduced hy Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a diseussion about — 

ta) failure of Government to take possession of land and hats and 
baBnrs from intermediaries and distribute the lands amongst 
landless tillers ; 

(b) remission of rent, revenue and cesses in those areas of Midnapore 

district where there was total or partial failure of crops this 
year ; 

(c) extension of the provisions of the West Benical Estates Acquisition 

Act, 1952. in Calcutta; and 

(d) realisation of enhanced rate of rent from the tenants of Khejuri 

police«station. 



309 


WjS.j DEMANDS FOE GRANTS (VOTE ON AC(X3rNT) 

•). Ramanuj HaMar: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 

46,22,32,000 on account, be reduced by Ks. 100. I move this in order 
0 raise a discussion about 

^ «Rri?Rr 

mm i 

SJa Hai’idas Mitra: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
tis. 46,22 32,000 on account, be reduc^ by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
0 raise a discussion about the failure of the Government to solve the 
problems of the dis])laced persons. 

8Jt PanchUgopal Bhaciliri: Sir, I beg to move tlmt the demand tor 
[is. 40,22)32,000 on account, be reduced by Ks. 100. 1 move tliis in order 

:o raise a di'^cussiou about the discrjinination in allotting free tube-T^jlls 
u the district ut Hooghly granting to Kbaiiakul and Arambagh Con- 
stituencies nearly ninety per cent, during 1957. 

SJi Monoranjan Hazra: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand tor 
lis. 40,22)32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. 1 move this in order 

:o raise a discussion about 

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8J« Basanta Lai Chattarjaa* Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 

40,22'32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
.u raise a discussion about 

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8J. Narayan Chobey: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Us. 40,22-'12,00(l oil account, be reduced by K*-. 100. I move this in order 
0 raise a discussion about the failure of the Government to extend the 
Rliaragpur Municipality to Kharagpur Khaigunge area, (he richest area 
• I the town, to intenicnally save the big merehauts and landlords ot this 
dace from Municipal taxation. The big Tanning Factory, the Milani 
inemn whose Director-in-Chief is Hon’ble Shri Chiftaranjan Roy, Deputy 
Minister, the famous Xaidu Jluilding — all are in this area. It is to save 
hese big gun.s of the town from taxation that the area was kept purpos^i- 
ully out of the Municipality for four long years and still no arrangement 
s made to include this area in the Municipality, 

$]• Ganesh ChOSH. Sir, I beg to move that that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22 32.0011 on account, lie reduced by Rs.^ 100. I move this in order 
o raise a. discussion about the failure of the (ioveruniM^ to sto[> illegal 
:ieatiiigs and assault^ by the police in police custody. 

8Jt Bhyamapratanfia Bhattacharya: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22)32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
:o raise a discussion about neglect of the Government regarding supply 

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of sufficient number of Health Assigtants to the rural areas of Howrah and 
Beiriect of the Government to give proper travelling and conveyance allow- 
%Dce to the Lady Health Assistants working in the difficult rural areas. 

Janib Elias Razi; Sir, I Leg to move tkat the demand for 
Hb. 4h, 22, 32, 000 on account, be reduced by lU. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the delaying policy in giving justice causing 
hardships and expenses of heavy amount. 

8J. Dao Prakaah Rai: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 
Hs. 40,22,32,000 on account, be reduced by Ks. 1(^0. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the pitiable service condition of the Police 
personnel in Darjeeling and the present inadequate Police Force to cope 
with even an ordinary situation. 

8Jt Haran Chandra Mondal: Sir, I beg to move th^t the demand for 
lie. 40,22,32,000 on account, be reduced by R^. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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8]« MIhir Lai Chatterji: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 

Rs. 40,22 32,000 on account, he reduced by Rs. KK). I move thi^ lu order 

to raise a discussion about neglei t of the (roNernment to take mi^asure^ 
to stop exactions like Iswar Britti, Dhalta, etc., prevalent in the State. 

8). 8ub0dh Banarjea: Sir, I beg to move tliat the demand for 
Rs. 40,22*32,000 on aceount, be reduced by Rs. KMl. 1 move tins in ordei 
to raise a discussion about policy on “Land Revenue". 

8]« Durgapada Das* Sir, I Wg to move that the demand for 

Its. 40,22,32,000 on account, be reduced by R^. 100. I move this in order 

to raise a discussion about the ]»olicy on “General Administration." 

8J« Phakir Chandra Roy: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demaud for 
Rs- 40,22 32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. ]0ll. 1 move this in order 

to raise a discussion alxmt the policy with reference to local bodies. 

8]. Monoranjan Misra: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 40,22*32,000 on account, be reduced by R>. 100. 1 move this in order 

to laise a discussion alxiut industrial M*hools in the district of Malda, 
improvement of the method of rearing silkworm, iniprovement ot muibepy 
production, reorganisation of nurseries in the district of Mnlda and setting 
up of spinning mills in Kaliachak thanu in the district of Malda. 

8j. Copal Baau ■ Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Bb, 40,22,32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. 1 move this in order 

to raise u discussion about 

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8Ja Samar Mukherji: Sir, I beg- to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22 ‘i2,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. ](K). I move thi.s m order 
to raise a discussion about 

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Sj. SaroJ Roy; Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
IN 4fi, 22-32, 00b on atcount. be reduced by IN. lOO. f move tliis in order 
U' laise a discussion about 

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8j. Hare Krishna Konar: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
IN. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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Sj. Bajoy Krishna Modak: S ir, T beg to more that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to yajee a di.scussion about 

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Ij. Banay Krishna ChaiMBiury: Sir, I heg to move that the demand for 
R«. 46.22,32.000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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Or. Hirandra Ktonar Ohattarjaai Sir. T hee to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22,32.000 on account, he reduced by Rs. 100. T move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the policy of the Government with regard to 
Primary education. Collejgiate and Fniversity education. 



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[26ih Feb., 


t)i RaMiHtra Natll MufchOfNMilllfay: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Ra. 46,22»32,0(X) on ac count, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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. ij. Suhrid Mulliok Chowdhury: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 40, 22)32, 0(K) on account, be reduced by Ks. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about favouritism, nepotism and corrupton rampant in 
all the Government departments. 

$]• Amifandra Nath Basu: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 
Its. 40,22'32,(MM) on account, be reduced bv Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about failure to introduce free and compulsory ])rimary 
education up to the age of 14. 

8J. Jamadar Majhi: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 4(i,22.»32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. UK). I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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8J. Dhirandra Nath Dhar: Sir, cl beg to move that the demand tor 
Ks. 4(),22'32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. KHI. I move tliis in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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tj. Rabindra Nath Ray: Sir, I beg to move that the demand tor 
Ivs. 46, 22 32, 300 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. T move this in order 
to raise a riscussion about the failure of the Government to arraiiLic 
proper scientifie treatment and hospitalisatiim for the cancer patients iii 
West Bengal. 

8J. Bankim Mukharji: Sir, I beg to move that the deiuaiid tor 
Ks. 4(5,22*32, 000 on account, be reduced by Ks. 100. 1 move tins in order 

to raise a discussion about juilicy on ‘‘General Administration”. 

8i. Bhadra Bahadur Hamah Sir. I beg to move that tlie demand tor 
Ks. 40,22*32,000 on account, l>e reduced by Rs. KM). I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the failure of the Government to compel the 
Management of Ambiok, Pasiting and Upper Fagu T.E. to pay tii‘^ 
minimum wages of Ks. l-(5 for male, Ks. 1-5 for female and Annas 13 lor 
( liild-worker us notified by the Government. 

8i« Baaabifidu Bara: Sir. 1 beg to move that the demand tui 
Ks. 46,22»32.000 on account, be reduced by Ks. 100. I move tlii.s in order 
to raise a discussion about the failure of the Government to check the 
abnormal rise in the prices of rice and paddy and other cereals and essential 
• ommodities. 

81. Bhupai Chandra Panda: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 
Us. 46,22)32,000 on account, he reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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Or. OhireiKlra Nath Banarjae: Sir, I beg to move that the demand iur 
Rs. 46,22 32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

8J. Natendra Nath Das: Sir, I beg to move that the deand fox 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
0 raise a discussion about the urgency of constructing hostels tor girl 
iludents in muffasil areas but for which the girls’ education cannot progress. 

8J. Bhuban Chandra Kar Mahafiatra: Sir, I beg to move that the demand 
fur Rs. 4().:;:2,32,0(M) on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in 
)idei to raise a discussion about the absence of any scheme for preventing 
Hood-water from tlie Subarnarekha entering Ranisai area in Union No. lO 
ji Egra jwlice-station. 

8J. Sudhir Chandra Bhandari: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46, 22-32, (KK) on account, be reduced by Rs 100. I move this in order 
[o raise a discussion about 
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8J. Provash Chandra Roy: Sir, 1 beg to move (hat the demand for 
Rs 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
k) raise a discussion about 

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8J. 8lJnil Dat: Sir, I be^ to move that the demand for 
its. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
0 laise a discussion alK)ut the food jM)lic\ of the (fovernment. 

Dr. Narayan Chandra Ray: Sir, I beg to move tluit the demand for 
^s. 46,22-32,000 on account, l)e reduced by Rs. 100. I move tliis in order 
0 laise a discussion about 

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8J. AJit Kumar CanguH: Sir. I beg to move that the demand for 
Is. 46,22-32.000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. T move this in order 
0 laise a discussion about corruption and inefficiency in the Police Depart- 
nent and failure to maintain law and order. 

8Jkta. Manikuntala 8an : Sir, I beff to move that the demand for 
Is. 46, 22-32, tKK) on account, be reduced by Rs. 100, I move this in order 
u raise a discussion about the policy on “57 — Miscellaneous Expenditure 
D Displaced Persons.” 

8J. Gangadhar Naakar: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demand for 
is. 46.22^32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. l(X). I move this in order 
o raise a discu-ssion about 

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§J. HiflUllltA Kimitf GfHMal: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22-32,006 on account, be reduced b3' Ks. 100. I move this in order 
to raine a discussion about 

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Sj. Turku Hastfa: Sir, I beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, he reduced by Hs. 100. I move tliis in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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Dr. Jnimentfra Nath Mazumdar: Sir, T ])eo to nmve that the deinand [mi 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced In Rs. KKI. I move tins in order 
to raise a discussion about the introduction in ha'^te of the scheme of 
multipurpose schools in West Bengal Secondary Education without any 
attpm])t of raising sutticient number of schools in the different schemes as 
also in not having proi^er syllabi and hooks in this behalf. 

Janab Tahir Hussain; Sir, I beg to move that the demand [or 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, he reduced bv Rs. lOll T move this in oi(ier 
to raise a discussion about failure of D.V.C. to supply electricity lor 
public consumption in Asansol subdivision. 

8]. Sudhir Kumar Panday: Sir, 1 beg to move that the demaml tor 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about 

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8J. Ramasankar Prasad: sir. I beg to move that tlu^ demand f.o- 
Rs. 46, 22 --12, 000 on account, be reduced by Rs. 100 I move tins iii order 
U) raise a discssion about the insanitary conditions in ward Nos. 5G. 48, 
3-5 and 36 in Calcutta. 

8J*^ Antal Kumar Ganguly: Sir, I beg to move that the demand tor 
Rs. 4b,22'32,000 on account, be redut'ed b^* Rs. 100. I move this in order 
to raise a discussion about the policy and function (C.D.P.') 

Dr. Golam Yazdani: Sr, l beg to move that the demand for 
Rs. 46,22-32,000 on account, he reduced by Rs. 100. I move this iu order 
to raise a discussion about failure of the Government — 

(1) to make adequate arrangement for dehydrating and tinning ot 

mangoes of the Malda district for export to other States in 
India and also outside India; 

(2) to make adequate .steamer arrangements for transport of managoes 

from Malna to Calcutta market during the mango season, in the 
absence of which mangoes get destroyed due to delay in transport 
by other means; 

(3) to grant adequate 19ans to the refugees in Kharba police-station of 

Malda district. 

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Provision of Articles 203 and 204 shall have the effect in relation to the 
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“So mucli of the said estimates as relates to other exiienditure shall be 
submitted in the form of demands for grants to the Legislative 
A'^sembly, and the Legislative Assembly shall have iH)wer to 
assent, or to refuse to assent, to any demand, or lo assent to any 
demand subject to a reduction of the amount specified therein. 
Xo <lemand for a grant shall be made except on the recommenda- 
tion of the Governor.^' 

The Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: We have said that the suhi 
be granted to the Governor. This is also another form. 

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817 


— H-40 p.m.] 

Th« Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Ctlandra Roy: Sir, my frieml is usually very 
careful so far as law, reg'ulations, etc. are concerned, but I think he has 
missed the bus this time. Article 150 says, “The accounts of the Union 
and of the States shall be kept in such form as the Comptroller and Auditor- 
General of India may, with the approval of the Presiueut, jiresoribe/’ It 
is for the purpose of keeping* the airounts. The Auditor-General never 
pi escribes as to what head a parlicnlnr expenditure is to be imt in. How- 
ever. usually my fiend is very cautious and I entirely affree with him that 
the procedure should be article 208, vi*., that first of all, all estimates of 
expenditure which are not charged expenditure shall be submitted in the 
form of demands tor grants to the Legislative Assembly, and the TiCgislative 
Assembly shall have power to assent, or to refuse to assent, to any demand, 
or to assent to any demand subject to a reduction of the amount specified 
tlicieiu. That is perfectly correct, hut if he had only taken the precaution 
*^o see two artcles afterwards, section 200, it says, “Notwithstanding anything 
m the foregoing provisions of this Chapter, the Legislative Assembly of a 
Slate shall liave power to make any grant in advance in respect of the 
estimated expenditure for a part of any fiuaueini year pending the (‘omple- 
tion of the procedure prescrilied in article 208 for the voting of such grant 
and the passing of the law in accordance with the ])rovisions of article 204 
in icbation to that expenditure.” Pending the placing before the House of 
tbc demand by each Ministry with regard to its own department and voting 
on those items or discussions on uny cut motions and voting on those items, 
it is ()}»en to the Legislative Assembly to make any grant in advance iu 
respect of the estimated expenditure for a part of a financial year. That 
does not mean that we sliull not have a general discussion of the budget, 
01 that we shall not place liefore the House the demand from each depart- 
ment for tlie members of the House to propose any reduction or alteration 
111 the demand .so made. Pendiugr the completion of the proce*dure prescribed 
in artieJe 2fKl for the voting of su<*h grant, I am asking on behalf of the 
Go\ernor or in the name of the Governor or as recommended by the Governor 
to make a g^ant in advance in respect of any financial year and the reason 
1 have already said, and my own feeling is that the actual result of this 
transaction is acceptable to my friend Shri Bankim Mukherjee. I say 
again that the full discussion — four days’ discussion as provided for in the 
rules for the General .Budg-et plus up to 20 days’ discussion on cut motions 
that is jirovided for in the rules will be done in the month of June. 
iVnding that, for a part of the financial year we are asking this Vote on 
Account. 

8j. Baiikim Mukharji: 

JR!?, an5iT9 SOT 5? a>(Ks»3l svh:?? iii^ Bs i 

“pending the completicjii of the procedure prescribed in article 20'» fof 
the voting of such grant and the passing of the law in accordance 
with the provi.sions of article 204 in relation to that expenditure”. 

OTR (^) 

Th« Ifoii’bla Or. Bidhan CtiMidra Royr “The provi.sions of articles 208 
and 204 shall have effect in relation to the making of any grunt under 
clause (1) and to any law to be made under that clause as they have effect 
in relation to the making of a grant with regard to any expenditure......” 

But the jiTOvision of (2) is subject to provision Ka) where it says completion 
of procedure will be under article ^8, which would be taking place later. 



318 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[ 26 th Ebb.. 


ij. Bankim Mukharji: 

Wi(.»T1? ^00 ^08^£1^ fe?I 

I siTp^ f? <1s^|^C*3T»R, 

^ ^00 'fijj|*\b ^08 

9T IT*®! ^ i <815 *llW 5?T I ^^25^ ^00 HTTO ^08vfl^ ^5n^ 

?p?n OT^«f TOi; ^ '»fT]:^i ^00 "siTTO ^03 55>nrs 

^gn ro ^ 08 c>n^ ^ 5IPT 5r$^c| ^ g 

vic ^i^ ^ ^ SHOT? ^ ^00 ^08 

s 5nc3!^ iBRi'Q ^00 ^08 “WR ^ 8 nr 5 ^ i 

, Mr. Speaker: If you want a ruling-, you will have it to-uioirow morninjf. 
Nj tar as my decision is eoneeriK-d, the matter euds here. 

It is an interostinpr point of law. I have nothing whatever to do. I 
have been carefully reading the articles together with the rules. I have 
heard you—and believe me— with great respect and I have heard that also 
And on an important point like this, to my mind, there should he a written 
rule wliieh I should stick to. In all fairness that has juissed in my niinil- 
mny be 1 am right or may be I am wrong, but you will get my ruliug 
to-morrow morning ‘ b .> 


8J. Bankim Mukharji: 

</TO< ^ ^ ^ i 

Mr. Speaker: A< regards the point of order rea’>ed yesterday I 
remember every wording of it. Since at the moment you think that I am 
a^vainst you, I do not want to deni with that now. 


The Hon'bic Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy: I ,an p„t this t,, Sj. Iknkim 
M.ikherj,^. VVhy I have raised before the House is a Demand and sectitm 
,0o eavh that it shall he suhmitted m the form of a grant and the Legislntur- 

^.v tI nI'T ‘"’"y • ‘'f kind. Anx meniher muv 

fhb tr' Vl "■‘'•y-Tn'*!"' ' k where it is slateil 

i‘ V'’n‘*r " ‘“i w. ky each individual Minister. The 

) emand shall he made hefine the As.semhly and the Assemhlv shall have 

u n o’/irTV" " 1 ?“* «>• <« ‘he demand 

e 1^ ^rsT' “ l>emand on a particular head and it is tor 

the membeis of the As.semhly to show their interest in it bv saving that 

' ■fTaTh' ^ Development Proje. t for (!1 lakhs be re^lneed 

!,1 -• * 1 ; . *''em to say that. I have thought that it is uo 

irde“iVin‘'iun‘’'"’^r'fr'''‘ T'!" '''".ke disinssing eacli individual demand 
a^ le o(tV ♦’ 1 ’* kelter in order to sati.sfv 

tC Assemhlv 1 "'’^ ‘‘‘‘ " '"i'* i‘ i" ^P^i' <0 any member of 

Iinou.t h .1 ‘"""'“fi *" *ke assent to or reduce the 

; ■ f V" ‘ke amount. I have given you the head 

It is tor you to decide whether you agree or not. 


S j. Bm kim Mukherji: 

iflSrpini am* vra ^;i;?n5i c’sm jot - 


k would like to ,da,e one point which 
^ 1 Home diAoiission^ with some honourable 

n lemWrs in my c.luiniher about the cut motions. I find from Mds lilueZaik 

1,000* cut roUonl* ’’ r^o^nn’f kind enough to give noti. e of about 

tJiose cut motinna T# ”^^1 ^ beiiouslv want to concentrate on all 

vo° fe J* portioular cut motions in mind or if 

.VO. fe-l-as I found in the prev.ons year, 20 or 25 cut motions were chosen 



IS58.] DEMANDS FOR ORANTS (VOTE ON ACTOUNT* 


817 


— H-40 p.m.] 

Th« Hon’ble Dr. Bidhan Ctlandra Roy: Sir, my frieml is usually very 
careful so far as law, reg'ulations, etc. are concerned, but I think he has 
missed the bus this time. Article 150 says, “The accounts of the Union 
and of the States shall be kept in such form as the Comptroller and Auditor- 
General of India may, with the approval of the Presiueut, jiresoribe/’ It 
is for the purpose of keeping* the airounts. The Auditor-General never 
pi escribes as to what head a parlicnlnr expenditure is to be imt in. How- 
ever. usually my fiend is very cautious and I entirely affree with him that 
the procedure should be article 208, vi*., that first of all, all estimates of 
expenditure which are not charged expenditure shall be submitted in the 
form of demands tor grants to the Legislative Assembly, and the TiCgislative 
Assembly shall have power to assent, or to refuse to assent, to any demand, 
or to assent to any demand subject to a reduction of the amount specified 
tlicieiu. That is perfectly correct, hut if he had only taken the precaution 
*^o see two artcles afterwards, section 200, it says, “Notwithstanding anything 
m the foregoing provisions of this Chapter, the Legislative Assembly of a 
Slate shall liave power to make any grant in advance in respect of the 
estimated expenditure for a part of any fiuaueini year pending the (‘omple- 
tion of the procedure prescrilied in article 208 for the voting of such grant 
and the passing of the law in accordance with the ])rovisions of article 204 
in icbation to that expenditure.” Pending the placing before the House of 
tbc demand by each Ministry with regard to its own department and voting 
on those items or discussions on uny cut motions and voting on those items, 
it is ()}»en to the Legislative Assembly to make any grant in advance iu 
respect of the estimated expenditure for a part of a financial year. That 
does not mean that we sliull not have a general discussion of the budget, 
01 that we shall not place liefore the House the demand from each depart- 
ment for tlie members of the House to propose any reduction or alteration 
111 the demand .so made. Pendiugr the completion of the proce*dure prescribed 
in artieJe 2fKl for the voting of su<*h grant, I am asking on behalf of the 
Go\ernor or in the name of the Governor or as recommended by the Governor 
to make a g^ant in advance in respect of any financial year and the reason 
1 have already said, and my own feeling is that the actual result of this 
transaction is acceptable to my friend Shri Bankim Mukherjee. I say 
again that the full discussion — four days’ discussion as provided for in the 
rules for the General .Budg-et plus up to 20 days’ discussion on cut motions 
that is jirovided for in the rules will be done in the month of June. 
iVnding that, for a part of the financial year we are asking this Vote on 
Account. 

8j. Baiikim Mukharji: 

JR!?, an5iT9 SOT 5? a>(Ks»3l svh:?? iii^ Bs i 

“pending the completicjii of the procedure prescribed in article 20'» fof 
the voting of such grant and the passing of the law in accordance 
with the provi.sions of article 204 in relation to that expenditure”. 

OTR (^) 

Th« Ifoii’bla Or. Bidhan CtiMidra Royr “The provi.sions of articles 208 
and 204 shall have effect in relation to the making of any grunt under 
clause (1) and to any law to be made under that clause as they have effect 
in relation to the making of a grant with regard to any expenditure......” 

But the jiTOvision of (2) is subject to provision Ka) where it says completion 
of procedure will be under article ^8, which would be taking place later. 



3la ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS [26th Feb., 

m?rr fro w ^ ^ ^ ^ vn ^ 

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snw ^rpf^ cr’^hcr ?FfRc^ (io so nr^ crc»^ ^ ?OT 5 

f?p RT I WT^TO ^5Rp»n ^5rT«r;;fR^ m ^ i ^fSR'^ <fili'aiii«riw 

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RCm *ff?H OTR O fR I ^ W ?[t55 ^ 

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ROTT “T^RFIT so crfRC^ Rn ^flR CR— ^^50^ ^ ‘TO ^0 R*!— ^ 

^ CR fR^ CRTR RORT RT^ I ^7$ CR^lT" 50CR, tR^ CRfi t4H ? 

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RfR*J®0 R*Rf®^ vstnl^ 8fTCRR CR ^n^-C®-il)R-ilJ ^RvfTO R'RR r^66CR*6 PfR t 


[3.50—4 p.m.] — 

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RTTO O R^ O » vflR RJR^ fRT ism ? CR^ R^rIIRCRJr CR ^C*R# 

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tflRICR ^SrmiCTO RTRT m^STRl fRHi; R;fRRT OTTO Rlij I 

TOTO RCtR R CRC’R R®R^CRC»^ ^R^ CRT^ ^ I TO»n CRtRRCR OTR® 
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R*R RCR CRCR, OTf RFCRl '^ITRICTO ulR^lfj fSROTTO RFRI RTRT CW I 

®TR CRTR^ TO dTOT fw i TOfP TORTCTO RTRRT TO ilRR RRT RR, CR TO 

?RCTO TOR ^f®TO I TOf RDR ? 'SIrt RC^TR, ^*®TWfrW ZR^fRR 

TOO CTO ? RT, R TO5TO CR»T*f ?1R f^C^ RR I fRRf 

TO TO RT ®TRC»T ?lWr RTR CRRTO ? TOTfCTO *rR«TT TOf CRR^ 

#RIR ®TO <11^ srt® fro CRCR fRCOTR R^R I R^ ' OICRRI I RTtaTT 

CTOIR 1!®5ftRR) JUfRRCR CTO Jft^TO ROR RI^ I TORT RIR RTR RO ROn Rlfl® «f;R; 
RO RR—WWR;; RTCRRG R*RC»R VJIRS^T ♦ffRRs^TO ?TO I RT^TO W^ RDRj RT?TO 
trM T RTWT TOrtRi^ CTlfrr ®TCRR gr l RIT»fr R TO^CR R? Rfjf CR^T wt rro torr. 
®IRCRT CTOTR RfR ®tRT TOT RRC® TOCRR » R c4® CTO RT?9TT 'RTO^CR^ 

CRR RT— <IT^ fRTy>R fRC® TORTT TO RTifl CTO RT RT^TOfCTO R TO^ C SI*^ 4l»RCTO?R 
TOTO CR ffro CrTrCRCTO. TO® TOTR RCR TO TORT RR^ RCRT RICRTR^ ®teTR 
ffrofir TOW TOTO! CTO RT RCW TOI TORT ®ICTO CTO ^Fto CTO® 
? RT» VH R®RRRR RlfCfR 01^ TO JlRR TOT RW RCRCfT 



1958.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) Ul 

I '®llu ^ ^>0 

^ 1 mm\ w ’nwfw 

w! '^m ^ ^ WPP ^o ^wTR ^ ^ 

I toff ffiwff 

ff^ TO ^ISIlWff TO5^ CTO W TO 4)0 TOIff to C^WTWff WT^ ♦TC^ WC^ TOT 
TO I ^PTC^ 'STSto'to ffT^^SOTCro ffTffTO ^ TO TOI ' 

ffi^TO CT TOC*ff ^IffT cff'oiw 5CTO^, c^irfNSffiff; C’tItr ffCTO^ TOTiOT Cff 
7^^, ^ ^ TO fee 5TC5^ ^ffffflCTO wsn I C^ ? ^PIW^ ^TOffT Cff W 
ff;;TO TOfff Cff, ffT^srCTOT ^ TOC»ff, 5TCffff TOC*ff Cff WsTff *fffTO C^f^ TOF 
fro ffnftor^SfTff, •i)^ ^nff fffTO^i <ii^ 

1TTI*5 fflTTO^T fTO ^'6H'CV»$ ♦(CTO^. 5K^ I C^ ^^Ciff 

ffJffT fro ^TTOT WT TO^P 5 Vto TOffTO, fTO# CTO TO*^ TO 

5^to Cff spiriTOTO tro CTO to SFfffTO^ SfffT to CffTff I 

v£ic»f§ ?pfff»R<3 ^ ffTffffTOR I ^ ^jSlPTff ^ TOltoff 

sic^ TO fero fro TOfTOR-^^ c^ to fro to to to i ^ito 
^ ^ 57c^ =^T I ^ ^imro c*ncTO i to »rn^ 

fffrof fffcl OTTCff ^slffT “fi/TCR •TT I vflTOT 'CTTOT ff»rfff. vfl^ TOTO ^ ff^ 

C^TTTO Cff»f1 to CTOI? C^ aCffl^ TO JTT I OTTO TO»n fff^ fffTOI^ 
fro fff^T WT. TO WriCT TOI TO I »il^ Cff TOCff. 15T to fTO 

?PffC^ OT7 TOTO TO I 


iflff^TT TOCff WTO ^PffC^ C’tW ^Flftotoff ^fC^ TO. *TOP 
y?[Tpsf ii3SI?T <P?fC^ TO CffW^ jW^’TCfffl^ WIff. CffW^ OTTO CaSW ^fsrf^fCff- 

fi^ srrt ! ?OT OTTO ^TOTffl. ^T;;c»n ^ yflwi ^ i otto caro 

I • 


ffHOTff cw^ nTfeiS ciK f?Cff I \Sit 

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srr^ cqc5? ^ ffT^OT m] wh c^nJi ffjcff sepi ffiffi^cff TOlff 

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ASSEMBLY PBOCEEMNGS [26th Fbb., 

c»iw iJr ?CTO ^ 

9)9C^ ? ^snuTjr f ’W*^ fcar H ^iaw-tj wn? i *»i;^ 

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^ ^ ^ ^ ‘ csn6 aT?r a 6m 

^ ’W TOT ^ cw 0 mf6 ^q 9r^ 6m ^ tori 

c^TCTF ) ^^'ct»6 w^' m6^ ^<3^ wi' m6^ 6m ^ mE c<ic^ ^ fw m61 

6?to ^^?r[ CTO I C5T^t;f»i c^ to^ jnt i c^ c^ 6m- 
fl!;;;f»r fjic^r ^ ^ ^tt? ^-^'-alVSf®? W^pp ?^^Tii^?<iic6»R. 

m'^^nc?rf6®, <pi»i'Sf^<f6 c^5r®^^cc*p6, cvec^'‘i;c5r5 ?ji»^ri 6 f$f?ii 

^snfsi sfrfsT ^nro ^rIto Su^fro c^oc^. tor ?rpw— 
7rHt*te I ^^^mc^ iR «r73TO c^ro^ f?c?i cro^. c^ ^ 

mPR C^(6<^I^1C^ EC9I TO I U^ TOR ^^tCER WTO <il^ 5TTO I 

f^J^T TO^ '5fTC^ ^fC? *J^WI^ C®^ Itw C^ITO ?mi 'JTO*? C^fCTO ; 'SIR 'S|n5r 
C^TO»I C^l6^ ■>11 TOR >1^C*JI^ C‘^fC?fCTO. 'Sji^j ^ii?? 'S||H*H SIR I oQ^; ^ 

5XOT I • 

[4 — 4-10 p.m.] 

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CTOS^ TOST, i5|®f'^^ilW6^ TO^, vil5R h 3PTOTOT TOC’TOTO^ ?nTOT? Wi?n 

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5ICTOT fww ^sftr 5W TOTOT TO^^ tMR TOTCf I "CpTff TOTO?*^ iim 

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TOT'S CfTOS RTC*T wT*T*T. WtoF To TOTT*^ TOTTR » ^TTOW T«CTO 



1968.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) m 

a'^tW’5 oil* ‘smi’Q ^ ^niof i jpi osw CT»rt ’sn «K^ ‘ ^ 

'fl'gwiJ* ^JW*eTO 5 rc*J io »w fwi ?irat inji ^iscf i 

■oim— ifl'JjC'KlJ'S W<R? C9TW PT ®TPF PnST^ i« iW 

rei rptfts ■^s^is'S CTf? I 'H'j 'RTT 'Stkiii “i^cvs *n^ i ii^pw irw 

snt^ yiPRi af^ a® <nnf otnh! iii^ — 'sri sri jto anif 

Ul^l liK? ^ SO <11^ RTPRt af^TO'I'Q Rl I f^r ’fPl^n’T 

W'* ^0 ®w iJwi <)<ii’*f <pii(.») ! ®T ^sc.01'1 Ri I Ji^np? 'snsrra cbpt 

’5?»=P5 ?m5ra #5WT»f ^ pt ^?®nprc»ni 

'*ii'Sf ^apRf ^ic's. 'SRI OTR I !p[ f^ppal, ri spi 

'Si<Mii«t*l I ai^oiiwc'is bwl, si^fpi. snpf® app«R 'snpf i a wppt 

^?sn? I PPnPT ^RSTKWI 5aH<115f*»IPI® a^PTO^ 515 ’ 

WT® if^ipfs ;qTORf ajp;;*? pr si?m aarPT §af»«ro i ^ 

^»WhrT smf^, apra w ^rito tori to ^ 

^ «H.c»iJ« afsTO w fafw;;?! m wpf 

afjr^ iii<npf fflf^pt jjij; oth jipt ai i a i w to Pf ?PTO— 

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0 TOT5 5R TO»TOl! iOO ^ !rT»TO^I 3Tm JPai^SlPT TO 

T^Plt^'Tl iTel T«fu S'pT'i PCT PTO?rT I ^PPPF TO 'TPTF TOf ^PJ fTOl? I TTPR 

T<i<i,t"<f p!5R ^fspna Pi^- PI TOT amia to tow i jkr am 
p'Sin war to >>oo ®to to fro o totit to caro i 

^ ww fiT? v?r5 TOiTO, >5^. canJ' la^i to PR a1 ?i anaRi ?pe 
arpi t<F*a*l« anara fas»^ tosti rttort <nfa^ armal asrsfM af? OTr 

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o.ino SR pTipH steal 0 TORT 5R aTO" fsRt;^ TO I TO arm^ ioo sr^ 

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TO aeroa. arsteil to asros ?ri r i iiiai to asary fapi^ vna? tseasa afa»ra 
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CTO OTTO gR ^ TOC? I aia? aT«m^ Srp^totto otcsrt cro-aRn to 
to MP^.-aaciT TOa aroa aw to fasjij yr >oo apsn-jRiaricaa fas 

^fey pa v ii^ a»i> Ns csrrascas to caoaT o aiifaar to Pfoar i topf arcaa ?Tcy ifii" 
'Si?’®racst»$ym atsm^ fia i tot fsai ca tn^ cjns arfijinaa aTyt»r*t 
i^’ranpT ^sr fas yryifaa to ctoo aT«i*i^ aaR an? i in^ 
fefaa mm af»55iaTT9iia foyw i ^a? asacaa asrai ? yRir toi >ii^ o 

si»5*t a^ysfla atypy a»a^n»i1. pt^sri >stt asi>y ca atroa scro, yra afy yRtr 
fac^ R I ai^ CTO jujc^ JiaTOCsic^ ^.o to $risi as? aapa, indr inasir 
TO»y a^scaa faaa I yRi*ia mRi rnTPra ^ifaaswRRt asar »c;rp 5 ni^i 
iSs 64 >- 4 S TOT ^«n C 4 i »1 fm aarar. ^laa aa? topt; ?i4q.<n^ tot 

^wi easier Siaa ?»T, yRma Pidr atpr ca wnnna fayiNff-Ji ?»t -iiaT 

<iiTTas5TO tnre caOT area TOO aica frowi iiar yrcao o canil Jm arifyi 
TO S!i4i/.(i:» TORI aai"r mm ^sii c^rdl ^m, yra awi 4 caai^ ^ *na:^ 
pa^aw PToar to i *na>w pir ay aror ca wt-*rri 0 Sm vih wre? 
ca^iw *f 3 M ^ara^ WT caa TO aitai $m TOfa ctort? «iiat yra aram 

CTORi’ jiac ^ f? wa^ mH? ca 4 awcaa WPT area, CTO P!T caaca 



ASSEMBLY PEOCEBWNGS 


{26th Ebb., 


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*1}^^ ^0 TOCTO Brt^ I TJiJi^I^ Cdf^v CTO^ICTO TOOT?T ^^fC^ ^ OT^'G C^^fTCST 

^ srron kk^ ^G?n i sr^>n ^totto w cto$ cto?b^ (?^, 

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(4.10^4.20 p.in.] 

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^SCTO, STT^TRT M? 5CBT ^HR ^St^I vfl^ C^tT^T^P^^ 'BTH^^^tTOCTO OTTP^ TOC'i ^tTCTO 
•TT ^BITTOT T^TOi^ 4TO I ^ItTO ^TCBT nsIc^t^ M?TC^TO*t TOPC^ »ilC5 
t?fTiiTOjn m ^Biiwwfl CTOS *n?T tos c^r^ \ vu^ ^rfcro MC^mx 1 cwr 
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TOCTOTO TOWTCTO OTl C^GfTT TO R ^ R ^ T'X'sliv^t OTO' ®TTO TOSfTOT 



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a'^tW’5 oil* ‘smi’Q ^ ^niof i jpi osw CT»rt ’sn «K^ ‘ ^ 

'fl'gwiJ* ^JW*eTO 5 rc*J io »w fwi ?irat inji ^iscf i 

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snt^ yiPRi af^ a® <nnf otnh! iii^ — 'sri sri jto anif 

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afjr^ iii<npf fflf^pt jjij; oth jipt ai i a i w to Pf ?PTO— 

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0 TOT5 5R TO»TOl! iOO ^ !rT»TO^I 3Tm JPai^SlPT TO 

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T<i<i,t"<f p!5R ^fspna Pi^- PI TOT amia to tow i jkr am 
p'Sin war to >>oo ®to to fro o totit to caro i 

^ ww fiT? v?r5 TOiTO, >5^. canJ' la^i to PR a1 ?i anaRi ?pe 
arpi t<F*a*l« anara fas»^ tosti rttort <nfa^ armal asrsfM af? OTr 

'SfTPi. TTPR from TO 3P^»R w«?n ^tpr to pstp? to>m' wto ai^ 
o.ino SR pTipH steal 0 TORT 5R aTO" fsRt;^ TO I TO arm^ ioo sr^ 

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PTTI^ eJm-^asrfR ata;aifR asaw ant fa i pn$ diro to tot to fro ^at too 
TOT zp^ anw^ sTO^aTsr, aR^a^a tort cto faa;* TO^-ara srt faro 
CTO OTTO gR ^ TOC? I aia? aT«m^ Srp^totto otcsrt cro-aRn to 
to MP^.-aaciT TOa aroa aw to fasjij yr >oo apsn-jRiaricaa fas 

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'Si?’®racst»$ym atsm^ fia i tot fsai ca tn^ cjns arfijinaa aTyt»r*t 
i^’ranpT ^sr fas yryifaa to ctoo aT«i*i^ aaR an? i in^ 
fefaa mm af»55iaTT9iia foyw i ^a? asacaa asrai ? yRir toi >ii^ o 

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fac^ R I ai^ CTO jujc^ JiaTOCsic^ ^.o to $risi as? aapa, indr inasir 
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iSs 64 >- 4 S TOT ^«n C 4 i »1 fm aarar. ^laa aa? topt; ?i4q.<n^ tot 

^wi easier Siaa ?»T, yRma Pidr atpr ca wnnna fayiNff-Ji ?»t -iiaT 

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TO S!i4i/.(i:» TORI aai"r mm ^sii c^rdl ^m, yra awi 4 caai^ ^ *na:^ 
pa^aw PToar to i *na>w pir ay aror ca wt-*rri 0 Sm vih wre? 
ca^iw *f 3 M ^ara^ WT caa TO aitai $m TOfa ctort? «iiat yra aram 

CTORi’ jiac ^ f? wa^ mH? ca 4 awcaa WPT area, CTO P!T caaca 



326 


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[26th Feb., 


era TO 5TTI TOrm 

“^iferro ^ W’TOs m W’ra 

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ta zm^, ^ ^ tp^ 

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fecTOc^ era 08 c^ i ^ o Wfi?j to n 

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•tnstoi wrf^ ^ to to ^tor i ^ c^^ ^oo jtito to *T;*r 

^ CTO ^00 TORT TO ;^0^ CTO 0(i0 TOt^ TO ITOI'8 C^ vfl^ 
'^T’WT I vB f=TO?i topp^ ^cn vfl^rnR “^ffTO^R to:t i 

[4-20 — 4-80 ]).in.] 

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327 


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Pinploypi^^i of Government wan found due to Gie 
that honest and ^?ood workers were not suffieienCy rewarded and fn- 
etheienry and j^onesty were insufficiently penalised. 

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y pTT ^ ^1 ^sfvifm^in TO^^r 

^ff?fWRT^ TOf^r W ?TO C5f^ snWhm^ fTOJ ifwra .flijs -i»n 



328 


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8j. Sisir Kumar Das: Su-. the sanx' cliar^x* of M)rrv:j>1ion I ‘^nli Iny 
ai;ani>t the a(]lllini^t ration tfniav Itlessod arr* tlio^c wlin are pure n) Ix-arl 
for tlieirs is tlx* Kiii^xlnm of jr«*av«‘n. AVe ar** living in tljf KiiiK^Inxi of 
Hnaven. The pure heart yesterday (»niitte<l to read a portion of tlx- docn- 
nx'iit executed r»y Maliaraja Fday ('hand Maliatah in lavour of I)i. Ridlian 
('l»andr/» Roy, viz., “tlx* A’endor doth (viz., tlie Afaharaja Fday ('hand 
Mahatab doth) ^\ithoiit pi»*jixlxa* to or aftHtiiiy: in ajiy way the nj^ht and 
interest of tlx^ AVrxlor as lessor undej* the lease, da1(*<i the dlst May 1904 
re)?anling the remaining? portion of the preniiseh formerly No. 2, Rowland 
Lane which portion is now rer^peetively Nos. do and -{(i Rowland Road and 
20 Mullen Street, hereby ^mut, convey, transfer and assure unto the purchaser 



332 


ASSEMBLY PEOCEEDINGS 


[ 26 x 11 Feu , 


(tliat iH, Dr. Bidhaii niainlra Boy)”. That poitioii the ])ure heart omitted 
to read yesterday. The meaning of thi> is that Maliaraja Uday ('hand 
Malitab was granting a favour in favour of Dr, Bidhaii Chandra Boy, viz., 
h** was releasing only a portion of tlie property on ])nyment of a projior- 
tionnte juirt of the eonsideration, viz., Bs. 1 lakh 50 thoii'^and which he 
TC'^erved tlie right to refuse in respect of ‘15 ind •>(> Bowlaiid Bond. Idie 
relevant question is, what was the inducenMUit on the )»ari of Dr. Bidlian 
Chandra Boy which induced the Maharaja Cday Clian f Mahtah to give ,t 
to j)r. Bidhan Chandra Itoy and iiis gio'ip. Tliat the (juestion. Tlie 
]»('int IS that '^onie '^ort of consideration pa^-'cd troin Dr. Bitllian Cliamlia 
Boy due to which the Maharaja granted that favour to Dr. Bidhan Cliamira 
Boy and not to tlie le^^sees of the other two ]Kuts. 

Further. Dr. Bidhan Chandi-a Boy admitted in examinat ion-in-ch iel 
fcefore the Alipore Court — I shall read the relevant jioition — “After I had 
approached the insurance company to take tin* leaschoM inte;est I aoiiMi.e hed 
tin* lessor (viz., the Afaharaja f)f IBnalwan) to L*i\e ihe ownei-,hip lo me 
IdieKdoie, it i'- false to say that it was th«« llinln^limn In-uiaiice who 
gave.... 

Mr. Sp€ak<6r: In all fairness von should ^’ive the refercnci* — ii-om what 
hook and from what page you aie reading it. 

SJi Sisir Kumar DaS! I am reading trom the ])aper hook — jiagt' 2'I in 
the ease — Appeal from Origiiial D(‘eree .No .‘hSS oi ni'if; — 1]je suit hmiiL' 
Krishna Das Nandy versus Bidlian Chandra Boy — hidore tlo' Iloii'hle Iheh 
Court — 16 lines from tlie top. 

|d-5t) — 5 p.m.] 

Mr. Spaakar: How many lines did you ksmIP 

8]. Sisir Kumar Das: I read tlnee lines. 

d'lu'j'cioie tin* main eliaige- ot Mi. -hd'iidia Cl.ah’ .' \ oi I \ vtaiid iinassailed. 
Then* he iinnht have said sonielhing- of wlindi he has not records with him 
hnt tlie (diaigt* of eoT rii]»tion aL'aiiist Di . Bidhan Chandia Boy stamls un- 
lehutti'd and tliat stands even liy his own admission 

Dr. Bidhan Chandra Ihiy. as Direetoi of Himlusthan Company, obtained 
a [uivilege from the Hindusthan (kimpany a> pnn Laser wliii li as a Direitoi. 
m the trustee of tin* InsiiiaiKU* (hunjiany lie 1 * 011 ^ not jiundiase. There is 
another nnseonduet on tlie part of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Bov. That is 
illegal. 

The Han’ble Sidtfartha Sankar Roy: Cndei what A(t, 

8j. Sisir Kumar Das: \ nder the Cemiianit-s Act. 

The Hon’bie Siddartha Sankar Roy: 

8J. Sisir Kumar Das: Tlmt is tlie law’. A Director <annot puridiase 
from tile company. 

M’itliont proceeiling wiHi this matter furtlier I shall lay another charge 
against tlie administration, namely, tliat this House* lias lieen reduced to 
absurdity, to nothingness. Big ]ious«*s are being pureliased. zemindars are 
being partronised by purchasing old. dilapidated Innises, Lakhs and lakhs 
of ru]»ee8 have bmi spent without the knowledge of the House. Not even 
the Congress members know when a purchase takes ]daee. I am very sorry 



1958.] DEMANDS FOE GEANTS (Vi)TF ON AlH'OrNTi 


333 


1 have to inenlioii f.icis may not lu‘ pnlniablt* to ( (‘itain 

of the Hoiine. A liouse has been pnrolmsod from Nai\»jo]o l\ni a< a 
I understaiul, of IN. 2.}(),0()0. \\‘lion iho houso was piirchasoil dojo 
no plan bow to utilise It. ])ut aftoi tiu* Iioum* puicba>o(l tlu'n'^uiv a 
plan how to ntin^e that house. Tin* zt'imml.n^ a|>proa<‘]i tlu' (bjvernmoni 
tor their old. dil.i jiidated houM-‘> to l»e pui chased. They aie chljutu) iiy 
geitinp- very hi;»-h ]>rices. A house is hist acquired and ilitui subsequently 
planniim’ takes jdarc .is to what is oi be dom* with ii. ddicu' has leccutlv 
I>eeii an oflm' by the Lalyola Itaj about a house. That is eeiiiL’ to be acijuiied 
but the (N)veinment lias no idea as to wlial to do with it. Snir.larlv, a liou-t* 
of tile Maharaja of ( hrssinibazar in (’o'-simbat'ai . a very tdib dil.iiinhited hou-c 
Is jjoiiio' to be |iuT(d)ased toi .i bie suni ot money nnolritiu 'cvtual lakh-. 
Nfibody knows wli.it is the intention b(diin.l it but tin* Chicl Moi -lei hcmu 
consults this House nor consults even his p.irty bi'toie |)u 1 (!j.<s<‘ (d these 
I'Hqieitio. There lie is oblinjiio the zeiinml.ii'. Oiil}' in (he hiidtjcl ^ m 
Will hml ih.il tliese juinduise- ii.i\e Ihcu iH.de tdj these pippo-rs. 'rion .. 

why 1 am sayine that tins House i- najiiMsI to .il)siinli(\ He Nis j)Uo ha-> 
(•d the lialeobi House, hi* has pureloisrd liie ( 'ossimha/ar liousiq he has 
I an hased l^f.th.iT.iia I’hmImiI Tajoie's houso. he has pundiasi d .i prop-'itv 
’It Hash .Ib-h.nu A^enue wht*ie a da\ liostel joi womeii student' has !u>en 
eieated. Wli.it is tlie money spent ioi lh.it hostel!'' I'ne l.iklis has been 
']ienf tot that hous,^ when* some ‘Jtt or dt) nirl studetits come dining' the da\ 
time to re.id tlii'ie That is how the ttind ol the St.ite has be, ji nisusc ! !,\ 
the (io\einment This siju.indei in^' is ^neno on niid theje )- no eh-t k 
ai>‘ainst such procedure I sav to m\ fiiemls on tlx* olhej‘ side that Iiicm* 
thni;.,s should lie stopped. It is in the interest ol tin* eonntiy tiiat eM'iv pii 
must hi utilised for the best av.iilable puipust-. Pun h.ises aie leam *uj,!e 
Mil b\ the Development Ministei and aftt'rwards. when tin* juiif liases !<a\“ 
lieeii made, somi* development plan has o(,t to be tlinrst in so tlmt the 
lUst itieat ion m.i\ eonie in wh\ the Imnse-. weie puM h.isi'd. I Would ask tot 
an e\]da]iation .ind J would a-k lot .i list to lie Inrnished !iy the ('hnq 
Miiiistc! .i.s to liow many huildin^^s he has purehas(>d and at wh.il priees ami 
foi whyi purposes Xow, the liouse he has pniehased in Easii Heliari Aveinn* 
IS tor a fills' hostel tin dt) or dtl L'irls. The fbiidwan house was juirchlised 
Pis] of all tor vaniaut.s' home. 

AVith reymrd to othei uialtef s. s,i,), j. i-uioxal of In adq u.n (ers fioiii 
])iiiaj]Mir, no information has been ;.*i\en to the .\sseml)l\ tlu t tin* h^ad- 
ijuailer of the district ot Dinajpur is ‘loinji'- to be removed to some othet 
plaie. The House is inner eoiisulled. Thniys are done and tin-n tln-v are 
})la( ed before the House loi satietion. Tlieie Is a pi. in foi tho divieon of 
the i4-Ibuxauiis District, but the Houm* has not been intornieil. 
prai lii'c slionld be that the Hous<> shonbl be consulted timl so that thei'e inav 
be a (heek on the aftlvitics of the ('.ibinel — not tin* t abinet -- but Dr. Jb;\ . 

1 d(» not think tlial anyltody else except ])r. Eo\ knows ahont Ih.se maftejs. 
E^en ihinpfs are done without eousultiny* the whole ( abiiii't or the Home 

Mr. Speaker: How do \ou know?’ 

Sj, Sisir Kumar Das: It the f .ilunet not eonsulted. tin* Ifotm,. imj-t 
be 'ousulteil before sui b tbiny»'s me done. 

Sj^ Phakir Chandra Ray: 

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1958.] DEMANDS FOU GRANTS vVOTE ON ACFOrNT) 


3S5 


wte ?5 TC?rsr. 
cw um. feW# 

pr I ^ ^ ^ifer c?<3m 5:5 t ?;?[ 

^ 1^ c?'Q?n TO ^ (Tf'Q?^ TO ^ ?i;ci; 5TO 

^ ?n^ 57r ^ ^ cro^ ^ to z ^ 

^1 cTO*^ *1^ z^ 5Tc;^<3 cQs^^ 

c^^TO? ^ ^QzS^ SR( i^[^[ m toc^ i c^itot 

?if«T *8rT ^ ^^TTOT 5?^ TOi^i; a?^i^? f^-ff i w 

^csrt ^ifsi tot to ^'^cti^ i 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

mm -^^^Mi?T?j z^ ^ii:^ c^ y\^^z^ 

I ^(fsi -s^ RTi^?^ w ^C5Tf§-5Trsr c>rl 

^c<h i 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. ('huk?a\(niy. I may jxuut out t(' you tliai rofereiu’e 
to oarlier debateN i-; not ponin^'^ible iu Iho same .Nes^ioii acconliui»' to riilesP 

8j. Ganesh Ghosh: 

^rraf^ c?c^ i 

Mr, Speaker: f will lefcr you to May'.N Purliauu'Utary Pra(di(a^ — 
Petrrence to Del'ote^ ol tli«' Cuirent Session. Kindl.N read it out. 

Sj. Ganesh Ghosh: 

Ut isn^ ;s cw i 

Mr, Speaker: Rules ot delmte are jroverned b^v May’s I^arliameiitury 
Practice. Reference to debates of the (‘urreiit session is di ^courupfcd even 

It Niicli referemo is not irrelevant as it tends to re-open matters already 

discussed. (Ret. May's P.irliameutary JVnctice, patjfe 4dd, ]‘aln. 15tb.) 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakraborty: 

Z^ ^ 5fW RT*! “I.I^CSDRI 

^ 's[frs\ f<i?5^ ?frfc^' to ^ii to^ 

Mr. Speaker: Vou can not shout me down. IMease sit down, 1 am 
still on my le^cs. I oni only refpiestin;' you to note that tln-n* are certain 

rules of deliates. I will se(* that you all the time that has been allotted 

to you to make your ^J)eech properly in a clear and (juiet atmosjihere. 
Don't go on rejieatin^j a^ you have done in the past. Ml. Das wanted to 
make a jioiut and I allowcai it because I thouyfht he wanted to make some- 
tiiin^^ clear wdiicli was perhaps unread. I allowed biiii to read although 
I was aw’are of tlie rules. Since I find repetition is going to lake place, 
take it from me that llii'^ i-' my ruling. T am not allo\\ing you any more 
To i.’o into the earlier (plot ion whir h had heen debated yesfruday. If yon 
do it by force, I will order it to be expunged, 

8J^ Hemanta Kumar Ghosal: 

; 

Mr. Speakar: 



336 


ASSEMBLY PKOCEEDINGS 


[ 26 tii Fee., 


Sj« Jatindra Chandra Chakraborty: 

"STl-siR J?II 

[Sj. Sisir T)jis ro'-e speak.] 

Mr. Spaakar: Mr. ])a,s, I will not allow you to speak now. 

I liilerni})! ions ami uorse.] 


Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakraborty: 

\^f:i ‘Ti. •Sl'i ^ 

min tn-j ]mvn ^n... . 

I lnferru])tioiis aiul noise.] 

Mr, Speaker: M:iy I lell um lliat I do ilof ittiiid auyllini;.; il soiuellii’ 

I' 'iaid l)i . U(»y — 1 am u<'( wonicd a bit about it. It is lor J)r. lb y 

b( aeeouiit tor it in the House foi his own doiiiiis and un<h^n^'^. Ve^teidav 
Hie (juestioii had been lully debai<‘d. It I n meiiibn aii^lit Sj. Siidiii) Hoy 
('howdhiiiy >\an<ed to say voiiHtliin^ji and 1 thou;:hl thei» was sonn^ pomt 
111 his doiii}.; so. lie "aid Iheie were souk* <lornn'etit " who-b remaim'd un- 
read. Thou^Hi it amounted to a lepetition and ae<-oidini. to May's Ibiilia- 
me!Har\ Ibai lnu' it "hoiild [m» d?seoinae<‘d bul |une]y horn t]i<‘ juiint (d \]e^^■ 
oi fairness | thoUL’ht Mi. Das ou^i;-ht to )><• niven that oppoi t unity. Ml. Das 
lead out two doeunii'id"— -one a (b*ed in oue-tion and t!n' oll ei was the ]m'i*u 
hook used in the lliuh (’ourt w heri* theie w.is "OIih* reietmiee. iNcw, if 
then* Is lepetition apiin 1 shall rule it out and my iiiliiia stands 

8j. Jyoti Basu: 

wfliT-bt 

c«ic^' 5a 

'GD^i T'n ^wrt 

fn (nn 

W ^ ;Tr -i,??" 'cm\ 

"h 

^??r?c'rotT*T^ ^c*iC^d I 

Mr. SpeaktH'! Mi. Bavu, I would liKt' umi a"-!>tane»> Hi this inntfei. 

8J. Jyoti Basu: 

^ m ‘f'3^ ^ 

m feir^sT^ 

f?RTl 

Mr. Bpoakor: 1 would like to diseU"" this mattei- and thially de. ide it 
now. If 1 -am rieht 1 shall maintain it. 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakraborty: 

i 

Mr. Speaker: Mr. Clmkravorly, I would a'k you to kindly sit down. 
You are not to insinuate airainst tlie Speaker of unfair means. 

SJ^ Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: I am not insinuatin^^ 



337 


39hS.] demands von (HUNTS -.VOTE ON ACroTNT) 

Mr. Sf>3aksr: Y('ii nn* (loiiii: iL I jnn t-.ikinf; it ns such. 

Sj. ilatindra Gt)antira Chakravorty: 

Hi I zh ?f^=w 

Mr, Spaakari! I’ltn-'C •'it dnwiv. 1 iduse to iliM Us^ widi you. 

Dr. Kanaiiai Bhattacharya: lu ihnt cnsc it }- to stop tlic dchnfn. 

Mr. Spaak'&r: You ])lcn''C sit ouwu, Do'nt he ^o discouileous. I do 
t:()l i'e<|!iire niiyl'odx S advic(‘ on flint si'on-. The <|Ut‘^l ion is i| it is inch‘\nnt 
il should he d !>' ouj ii^ed I :nn di.iwiiiy tile .itteiilion of the lionoiirnlde 
ineniher (‘orieeriKMl that this ninttei was diseus-^t-d at meat h-n^th on three 
oc( anions. On the Hi'-t oei-asion nln'ii thiM-li.ii^e uas ievelh-d, a short ausSM-r 
wa- Liiveii. Then ye-'ti-rdtiy th»*re ua«' a teelinj.; .mionj^ some inenihers that 
jMil of tlie do ■•'mt'iit whndi sliould hav»* hemi olaii’d had not lu-en {daeed 
jxd'ore this Houst*. It was in that viiwv of the in. liter tli.it I jierinitfed |iio-*e 
j a>''.iue'' <0 he [il.ieed This i(iiestion i'^ heim.- i.ii-ed here .lu.iiii I entitid.N 
with you that it is a ({uestion ot ]>ri\'le;je ..nd snii,( limil ruling ouji^'lit 
t' he theim What do you sU‘>’‘:i*'t. Mi. I’asu'' hdhat "hoiihl 1 m* the method 
(d diseourae(‘ment !" 

Sj. Jyoti Basu: 

<n (xJj tizh e 

?ir>- Ti*'e. >, ?«r- 

ro-T-i^b' it; I 

Mr. Spaaksr: It w rel.itm^ to the s.ime soltject mattel. 

SJ. Jyoti Basu: 

^:5Ti di. 

iMt ■t.vTi ^£i-Tbh zviZ'5 

Mr, Speaker: It .nuount' to icpi-tition It oUL-iil to lu* e\(mn;jed. 
j — h-:;{i p m. i 

SI, Jyoti Basu: 

zrr-zi] ^hi v'lTi 

iife -dtvi '^iZ^ '5< st-yili? I 

Mr, Speaker: 

r^}7r?f?; ^ z ^ ! 

SJ. Jyoti Basu: 

fa ' faTi ' ct c^'ZHH, ?u>' ?ji 

?5?s^ ^ '^’ 7 ^ n!i:<T-Ti 

Mr. Speaker: 1 do not tiiiuh I ean {:o te that length I merely 
d]sj [ijirove. 

Sj. Jyoti Basu: 

H\ 

Mr. Speaker: I will listen to him. 



ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[26th Feb., 


Dr. Hiretidra Kumar Chattopadhyay; What are the methods of dis- 
eouraft^emeiit K Drawing attention of the speaker to this thing is also dis- 
couragement. You have asked the reporters not to take down. 

Mr. SpaakorS Discouragement is preventing repetition. 

8J. Deben Sen: 

fotyp»R if;c^ 

I 2?:^. ^ fe i jr?r T5 } CH »T^ ^ 

f? v£ic>iS8TV~'®n'5>f?^ ?7i, ?7r6T?i 

^STRTOT ^ 2OT TO I 

Mr. Speaker: 

''ifolfTf 7p3JC»< ^ ^ *5^0^ 

f5^s?^ 

For instance, during the hudgel discussion, you can condemn the Govein- 
iDcnt loi' the policy Ihey lollow. Ilou can also condemn the Government 
during the dcdiale on the (iovernoi’s address, 
v£)$T I 

That is not rejictition, but su})posing one jKirticulai to]iic relating to one 
j)articuliir transaction i** di'^cussed on an <*arlier oc<asion and di^'Cussed at 
length. 

TOtS ^iOTh^7i ^ I w::^ i 

SJ. Deben Sen: 

^fsi I 

Mr. Speaker: J mu'^t S]>eak in my own win. 

SJ. Dasarathi Tab: 

StC?T 

^5nTO?r I 

Mr. Speaker: 

T am here to scivc the House lioncstly and fairly as tairly ns 1 can. As I 
allow a speaker to condemn others, I have also to pnitect others from being 
condenineil untaiily. lhat is one thing. S(‘condly, 1 am bound by the 
rules of deliate as contained in May's Parliammitary Practice and our <n\ ii 
rules. I have construed these rules of May iii a certain iashion. Now. 1 
asked for the assistance of the Leader <d the Opjiosition as to what sbonld 
be the interpretation of tliese rules because if I come to a decision, as I have 
done a few minutes ago, members may misunderstand me. So, Sj. lyofi 
Basu stood up and gave bis views not tliat it means that I am going to 
accept \yhat he has said, but certainly he has every right, as Leader of the 
Opposition, to point out to me his interpretation of that ])aiiicu]ar rule. It 
is farthest from my mind to be disrespectful to any honourable member of 
this House. 

SJ. Daben S«fi: 

^ to WnRl C^R ^ ^gSRH 

mm jti? 

Mf. SpMkw: If it is the intention of the members that I should not be 
allowed to finish my speeeh, let me .^to}). My attempt to maintain order 
has been taken as amounting to insult thrown to honourable members. 



1958.] DEMANDS FOE GKAXTS (VOTE OX ACi^OEXT) 


339 


8]. Hemanta Kumar Ghosal: 

W9R, wsm 

JTTi 

Mr. Speaker; It tai from my miml to he disrospoctfiil to honouraldo 
jiieiiibers. My per'^oual point of viow with lo^anl to this matter is this 
1 made it (dear in my eaido^ rulin;»- y(‘.sterda\. AVith reference to Ambika 
Jiabu’s (ase I discour,i<i'ed the mention ot hi-' name because he was a 
-tranter to this House. In Dr Hoy's <-as<‘ jest the honourable members 
I'lay think that as it eoneermai ilie (’hief Minister I would not allow it, 1 

allowed it to be lead uhen Mi. Sudini ('liandra Hay (diaudhuri complained 

that an important part had been left out. I allowed it to be read, lest the 
hououiable menibeis may teel that beiaiise it eoncerued the Chief Ministei 
I was p-ivin^^ him undue lielji. The point is this~if Mr. latin (Jhakravorty 
feels that he is not referring!: to the incident lelutinj? to Dr. Hoy’s puI'clla^e 

business but to something else, lie is at liberty to speaL I would tell him 

that as I stand at the moment my decision at the moment is that that matter 
should not he leopeucd hecausf this |>arti(*ular topic is not a (|uestion of 
general policy — it i^ one paiticular topic and one particular transact urn 
and it bhould not he reopened. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chatterjee: It is wiitten there “when it is 
de(ide(]“ — is tin* tiaiisaction decidiui*^ 

Mr. Spoakar; Yes, jjy vote. The eutiie thing was ]nit to vote. 

Dr. Hirendra Kumar Chatterjee: Yest<-rday the Cliief Minister said. 
*'1 am not ^peal^ln;i as ('hiet Ministci non” ami what ex(danation he gave 
V. as ]ii> j»(‘rsmial explanation. 

j Interruption ,iml noise.] 


' jMji. I 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

1 "srrfe mu ^ iigi 

^ <5 171 

si;«nW 

^ 

^ 71 ^]7l^ 

5^*-^ ii5i? srrol^s w; fi^rw sir^1?i si;’W2i 1 ii^ 

c*f’^ I 5F*?n7*t ?rfTf<3 TsjTSRp c^i 1 

iFfjf stfjhI? ^irar^ 7 5l^ 

*5p^ 7 ^ W7Z ?nmi zmu sth^ 5i;wa1 7M7^ "siife 

^ C3^ Zt?! ^ ^ 

^<3 ^ 

^ mu m 7m 57® 'srwi^ 7 ^srfwn-n 7^61 

^1 

siotT? »VNsRr 5F57«f^, ’5n'5if?( 7 ^snfsi isnlro 71 

^JCTOSTI 



340 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[2Gth Feb., 


Mr. Speaker: 

Sj. Jatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

Ui c^'*\ 

"Sins: <pi<t w ?rfif 

i\^ Z^t Z^*Z?, >iT5[C^ ?T??I l^rPT^iTl 51 WTO 

S]. Heman':a Kumar Ghosal: 

5^ trTO I 

Mr. Speaker: 

|5?WW fe; S$ iTOCj?T TOF i3Vi?; C^. fec^IC=5<^. 

C>F&T TO ^;^^Tl STI, fTO?R?F C?rf^fe^PT ^ TO 

7T;f ?riiT 5:? ? 

1 I , 

f7rf<i?n5T \'^m sic^f 5n;<F 

$«T. ]<T >f,mi 1% Zi7\\ 

SJ. Jatmcira Chandra Chakravorty; 

5Fi'fv[ TO.^FS >i*^TO ^TOI I il^ 

«T:^n <^<;ir.'i' 5I,r5T^ ITOC<^ 

r.’^rz 'sn^PFi zj\ >:^w 

>s-isr^. 5nf<?F‘T TTO^n ^-Tn?' 

ir^^T^TOo^ c^? 5[F^]ffn 5eiZ5', 3f.r<i ijFT^riG-TijT^Wir c>r<^<fTO 

c<i[C^ CTO r^rc?! ^ i 

Mr. Speaker; Ilou Uiany i!tiunli‘N intii,> ynu wjuty 

^sn-fiwj^ itoj if?ri I if:?i'-?r r^: !»■"'} cTO^rc^ ir?^ -' '■ ? ■■' 

5 H? 

Sj. ifatindra Chandra Chakravorty: 

WirlfTj?! 5 ct -y-usr ??»R TO ' 

^FTi^Ff^-?r[S?FI?7f5[ CTO" ^TO'‘fF^-«IC^ ^R<:i 

?iiSi^i?wsi r.^^-*ff^i ?jwi5 ^-^5!:^ I ^ c?fc^ 

S'<^(y\y\ ^<iT 2^"?} 1 iTm^T i 

TO'Si’^ COT. ^OC*^ 5Ii5"\ WTC^. TO 

TOf^ U^ SFW5TT OT tPTO?! 5M; fe. CR^ iFlI«^4<iirRf6-<lSfe>i5^ PfWC^F 

CR^TO^ (UTO^F vilCR. CR^R^F^ 

5 ; ^ COT CTO *t;;c^ ^cr i^. tTO ?rr 'ii^v crw cto 

5Co1 TOi^ S"WF 25 ^ C^f^ » 

W^ TO?J 2^ TO«^ ^TTOT^ TO R®TO^i ^F-C^ »ilFCTO^ 

tr^TOiCTO 1 f .?r5w ?rfFs:<p cr^t, 

smro TO TOT CRWn?l CTOT^P^^?: I ^=5nf5i ']7[rz^ fTO 

'iJF 5^’J-?TT®feRR CRTOTO ^ Ttc^ ?R. 

srrsT' T^TOT^R TO^TT RI TOi^fR 

CRTO Rilro ^7^ CTO ^i^^TT ^fC?r. TOf?T CTOD^i^ C^ TO C?TO ^ C^ R 



341 


1958.] DEMANDS EOK GHANTS (VOTE ON ACX^OIWT^ 

^ ^ ^ JRf. ^ I viilJl 

?sfspp, 5r5i?»^ii:?ra iii^ 5 [t^ c?pjcif 

5^ I ’ ' 

^ ^sncsT ^snro p={tiz^ 

c?f^ v£)STff$ 

T^TC?I I C^Ct)~ &^C^, C^ 5T*'^C^ ^T?^I 

5i$ I vf}^ 

^srr]^ i ^ ^ ^ i diTRyij-gr SfeT T ^i 

-w ^ snc^ m] jp. ^snfsi 

«t;W ^ 5fT^«i I ^^:'5W ur 

Sf[ I ^ C3TW^ >QCi, ^ ’T;*S5IVf1 5;c?l ^ICi?P, 

?ra:w. ^ wr yT*3j?w 

mC?R I (71 <^C?I4 Tij ftfc^.S] ^ sictfi C^l?T 5T;;(7Ii'5T 

??I. I xsT^iE>K CSOT 51(5IS1R11 bZ:aTfW91. ^'C??! 

^ ^ QfRT C3J i\ui m 

^Trt ^TC^ I 5f^>e 5n?5ii!:^ -w c«ii^ i)HH?i5-^?®^ 

c^?P7FR c5T^j?T c«fc^ v£ic5f 5:;;5rrt c^f?!. ^icfRi ^ w^.?! i 

mi): ii3ff?rr^ fer ?ti. (tt c^i?n§m' vuc^ 5i7?t ?rp^ 

I iJ 15151 1 55?I^f?ISf 5OT, ^51^ ?PT3» I 

^5J»f5TrC??I 5If51c1T?I ^«1I ?IS1f 

c>iw c^zn:-?!? ^?tpti?r 7 f?Tc?i, jpner^Ti^ c^icgstol^ 

SI 1 :>i^<ii <1 srfsjiisctt^ ?pc?i ch^i?i ^y^r\ ^ ctfw 5i?n7i i ^ly^i 

SI R^i'k %fewiȣr1< \ ^^.i ji^ir^'' 

m SITSIt^t -rf^ CTfJ ^-ITI 

i'<.m y'<^T zrr< I 

i'TTTT^-?!,®!®^^?] isirfsi v£ii5^t:;;y'i sp'i^n <.^61:51 1 

'i^ic^, z1<ii <i5L”wcfl5 ^-<1 m^ *iRzi -^m ^itc^ ta. ?pr?n:«i 
(r5i!<--:4 JTRi S iif ^GR I ^ afe ^srrfsi 5i»a1?i ?.W 

J3^ yp-'ic^ 3!nc^ ^~*z 511 ^?i SRI toI m^i^v/m i 

Mr. Speaker: f wish to impress upon evervhfMly to-day that 1 ihifik 
1 w.t‘^ ri^^^lit. There are precedents to this effect. A decision particularly 
o\«r a j*er'''onaI matter, if there ha> been discusHion and debate earlier, cun- 
ruc ])«• u>tarted once again. The only thing on which ])rior debate can be 
ref ei red to in the same session is witli regard to a Bill. If something has 
hai)pene(l, take for instance, you have talked something over a Bill, you 
« an do it over again. But with regard to a personal matter involving any- 
body, jf there is a discussion once, it cannot W done again. 

[At this stage the House was adjourned for fifteen minutes] 

[After adjournvient] 

[5-55 — G-5 p.m.] « 

Mr. SpMker. Before we proceed with the day’s busines.s I wish to draw 
the fKiinted attention of the honourable meinliers of this Hou.se to Rule J4 of 
the Assembly Procedure Rules, If you have got your copy of the lwK)k with 
you kindly see the rule. This is the practice of our Assembly, and so long 
as the rule is there, the rule will be strictly adhered to. I shall certain^T 
Tiot try to suppress the honourable members, but I shall certainly try to 
confine the members to the wordings of the rule. This is a point wnick 
A.23 



assi:mbja' i>i:o( eei>ing:s 


l EiJ. 


«jv«ry nieinWr onglit to bo interested in, because it deals with the points of 
order. The jule runs thus: “The Speaker shall decide all points of order 
which uiav arise, and hi-s decision shall l>e final.” I am asking you to 
kindly *<00 also Jtulc 14(2) which reads as follows: “Any member may at 
any time sulmiit a jmint of order tor the deidsion of the vSpeaker, but in 
doing .so shall confine himself to stating the point”-~I should say not to 
induTging in a speech. You have got to state your points of objection. You 
have got to state thus: “Sir. I object to this on this ground” — a little 
clarification will be permitted, hut I shall not permit so long as the rule 
rem.inis in the Hule Booh other )>eople to plead for others. The member 
raising the juiint of order must argue his owu case w-ithin the limits of the 
rule. I shall not allow any other member to speak. Other members will 
lipeak when 1 will seek their assistance in the same way as I did in the 
case of Ml. dyoti Basu. I asked Mr. Jyoti Basu, “what ymir view was” 
and Mr. Jyoti Basu gave wdiat his view was. The honourable members will 
kindly remember this. 

Now, Mr. Sen, you are looking at me wistfully. If you wish to ^.ly 
anything, you can >ay. 

8|. Deben Sen: 

srm'te fen. 

Mr. 8pMk6r: I have made emiuiry. 

8j. Dabon Sons 

^ ? 

Mr. SpoakorS I’he Speaker ih ihonI anxious to do justice ami fairjday, 
but sometime^ numibcrs forget that and they think that llicy have the right 
to s|H‘ak at all time> and over everything. That is entirely wrong. 

Now. let us proceed with the day’'' husines.s, 

8J. Deben Son: 

3 ^^$ 51 ^ 1 1 

«rrf^ 

(^) >1*=^ ^ 

JTT. ? 

Mr. Spoakor: Belaxation will b(> ]>ermittt‘d if and when T consider that 
tfi-r** IS room for relaxation. 

SUtoment ro: Sonarpur Railway Aociilaiit 

Tho Hon'blo Dr. Bidhan Cbandra Roy: May I he permitted to place 
befoie Mie H«>u.se further report regarding the accident. As I have told 
you, my friend Sj. Kalipada Mukherjee went there with the Inspector- 
(tent‘ral of Police and met the railw'ay and police officers and members of 
the puhlii'. The accideTtt took place within a few hundred yards from the 
Ror.arpiii Railway Station just in front of the North Cabin. It was stated 
that the time of the necident was 5-45 a.m. Five dead bodies were rescued 
fnun the debris, 44 persons rtH'eivefl injuries of whom 27 were admitted to 
the Nil liatan Sm;ar Hospital, one of whom lias since died and the rest were 
•dminifttered first aid and discharged. It a])ppars from the enquiry that 



1958.1 STATEMENT KE: SUNAKPUK KAILWAY AIVIDENT 343 


Lio ’^nai va- lailn'r detective wliicli requires further investigation. 

The >ignal man of the < ahin is missing. The engine driver of the soutti- 
goirig I’aiu iias been ])ul under aiie^t. line.sfioations are going on. The 
General Manager, Eastern KaiK^ays, and high railway ottirials visited the 
rt])Ol (d an ident. S. ]*.. 24-Parganas, with a large numher of polie** force 
u IS tlur'\ i’he railway authorities ha\e .Nunctioned Ks. 4t)(> per family 
Oi llif <i(<e:i>cd and IN. IIMI each to tlie injuied person. Heside> tliis, tin* 
Kcal ('rt>‘ .'Society lia^ given to family memhers (d‘ the five deceasiMl per- 
soi'.s- -th.'ee dead bodies liave been brought to (’alcutta— a sum of Ks. 1(1 
per lainily and Ks. b for food. Along with the Ihilne and the Kailway 
resciWk Mjuad, hx al jieople and volunteer> ha\e rendmaal first aid and other 
iiuniaiiitarian v.ces. 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

? 

Mr. Speaker: 

^iT ? wr>n i 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

iiuf 

TOW 25.C£^ CW 

vfT§ ^ ^i^«t ^?ir ;ii ^^1 ^iftsi it;c^ 

I W ^T<T, 

WW Uf^J 1 


The Hon’bie Iswar Das Jalan: 

?tl C^irl ^[^CJ 

Mr, Speaker: You know very well, Mr. Sen, \ou attended empiiries 
aloiii, with me that when an emiiiiry goes on. it is a i>uhlic fciiujuir^^ anl 
you I all alway* lie ])re*a‘nt theie. Of cour.se you aie not allowed to take* 

‘UMI. 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

iff, I tTTW 5fF^ «n^5T'0 ^snsRii cwrw i 

srnWWT?!. C^'6C?l <3 

STP^RtW* "STIW^rF 3^-i34l'67lTvd 5T^ • 

Mr. Speaker: Ton know that the terms of reference will be settled by 
tlie (Tovernment of India. If the Government allows it. you liavn* got tin* 
right. 

Sj. Deben Sen: 

mzi: STT^— ^ 

^srrsi?fT 67^ ( i 

Mr. Speaker; Dr. Koy made the point clear. He has written very 
<*tioMi;-ly to the tirovernment of India hecause rejn*ated aecidenfs result in 
the lo‘:^ of innocent lives. 

p.m.j 

Sj. Hemanta Kumar Ghosal: 

^ c? w sT'^r: hOTif. tot tetw jtgj toi 
^Fszii i:tu^ wWfRt 



344 ASSEMBT.Y PROCEEDINGS [26th Feb., 

Mr. Spaakar: The Chief Mininter has already said that money has been 
^(iveii to them. 

8J. Haifianta Kumar Chosal: 

fsis ^ ?n, ^oo 

TOT TOT C^fC^ SRI 800 I t>51C^ 

I vii14l “^tbW ^nC?J *£1^4^^ uQ^P^T cfllT® i?f'Q?rRl 4C*^T^*'J) TOT I 

Mr* Speakar: 

TO?]^ ^ ? 

Ben^^al Governinent would send siijorgestions. You know under the law 
danuiges can he claimed from the railways whether it will be Rs. 400 
or more, that makes no difference. 

8]. Hamanta Kumar Chosah 

v£l<jifi^ vJiI\5?1>£)IT^ to ^ 4<C4d I 

Mr. 8peaker: 

8]. Sisir Kumar Das: On a point of ]»ersoual exjdanalion. 

Mr, 8paaker: Two days have been ‘illotted to tins debate and if you 
uant to talk out the two day^', I have no objection. 

8J. Sisir Kumar Das: Sir, as regards the Naiajole House and other 
i.»mindarie8 

Mr, 8paakar: I will not allow you to raise it. Whate\er y(*u have 
said yoe have said. Hut if you want to ^dve a personal exidaUation you 
may do so. I think you can plead yoin own ease. 

8]. 8iSir Kumar Das: When I said that Government has pui chased the 
Narajole property, I never insinuated that anything underhand was done 
by the RfiUi of Narajole or Kumar of Narajole who.se proj)erty has been 
pureha.sed by Government. My only charge was that Ih‘. Roy without 
eonsultiiig the Assembly has purchased so many jiroperties. That was w’hat 
I said and I said nothing against any member of the House. 

Mr, Spaakar: Mr. Das, I (an tell you that it is for Dr. Roy to answer 
thtit charge and it is not for me who is a Inimble man to answer that 
charge. Mr. Speaker has personal knowledge of the Lalgola House. Hut 
in my opinion if at the time of every jiurchase the Government has to 
consult tlie members of the House, that Government should resign at once 
and if 1 were in the Government I would not do it. However, there 
should not be any acrimony in the debate or any personal fling, for it 
affects the dignity of the House. 

8J. Amuida CoptI Mukhoptittiypyi 

TOrT? TOHWTS, ^SffTO m TOTO ?n«(1 

WTO TO ^ TOTO I RSTB 

wm \ TO«! TOTO ^ Wff ^ TOTO7W 

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TOff TOTRITO '®T'6 ^SITTOT I ^TMT^TTf^ ^ 

froro ^ I TO»*ff cro w spto ^to 

^ crop tot to w 4tC4tiJ ^stotostt 

TOT I TO«t ^iw6 fros ^snOTbTO TO 

TOH fRI vstCH<( TOR TOTi:^ ifR CR^— TO 



$45 


1958.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) 

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?js?r«r1^ ^ ^ ^iC5^ Elvira mm^\^ siw 5rt i tofR 

?ifcf toi^ cw c^ Ci;Tt)r<?i 

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v£i-to TO??"? TO ^ms 5T^ w]'??>m c^n ?*to? 7wm c? 

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346 


ASSEMBLY PKOCEEDINGS 


f2GiH Feb., 


t*o WH 'Sci I 

tfif^, 5!p?rm ^ jtt— 

C^T ^ I Wk 

(7f‘«ni?=i zi^ a;i^-f^gTt^^ w^ w«n^ wim 

m\ zf\'^ ^ I c^ ^ ^ ^ 

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PI ^ ppi^i ^ 511 PI wf 'rc^ ^5(tot ^tt— ^ 51 ^ 

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>RR^ 'W c<wf ^ ^xzm PI ^ ^ fertil 1 sipi ^ 
?npni pi ^pri? 5J^ nT?^r*n kz^ 

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^5]pni "SI^-^SR^PT?! ^I^^'Q >I^PItT^T^ PI^ ^ ?IT<3?n 

^t^(ii WT srwc^ 5fT?TOi c^FTRi c^ pi^iTPit gfR 5^;;^?n©Ti::^ qc^ 1 
'STOT piwi fjiOTn fTOi ^?irc Vr^ pr^iiPit 2OT^— 

^s^rwW. ‘^T?iT ^fi?i 5PI ?ii - nk^wsn 
Ct'R5T|*fl?I^^ IRpSfPt?! ('.b*’l^l^ 5pF?j[ 1 'SITS? iTn^ ' 5 PICI? PI^fTPI SRTTPn^nPP 
^ TO ??i ^ 7{^ Rta ^ z^:^ pro 

5nTOsi ‘jtw ^fpi pnpTPf^ Pt^?n 

-vSIFTRI ^ TW* TO-^ 5 X^ Pn'JITPn^ mWz OT 5 i 

fero <i^ pro ^ rtv-rfri ^irsic^ 

TC;^ ^ ^3TO I ^sf PT’^npi TOlm ?r-TO 

f^TCwpfvi C'^ ^n ^4<2fT^TPi TOTTO Pi’upi >r:^.:^ iif^ ?npr~ 

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>150 pfTO ^FWi I ^fvi sjipr^ PjZyi, ^jR^-?i >F?ipn zm^ 

m^zz 511 5imi>i1? 5 ^^ pz^ prts ‘^r;^ ^'lU 1 

v£i-^n fror^l ^tpr ^pn >"'iy TOit 1 

511^^ >ipi iTT. ?riKi^ ^r.-::pjr’ pvri v:-?;- v?;-,- 
TO JTI p;gto ^^z<i iTH 1 

Mr. Speaker: 1 find th;>t in the wav the j>rnce<M]iiijfs have gone on the 
parties are very <eri(>usly affected in ihc inattt^r of time. Their repreftenta- 
■Jiscs have come to me fur M>me 'tort of n‘-adju^tmellt . I request all 
memlicr^ to tall; as little as they can. Tf the present ti%ne-table is 
adhered to, many members wHll hav»‘ to be cut off. 


8 j. Ananda Copal Mukhopadhyay: 

^nfsi TOI PI >!TO PfGn C5W I 

4iJICl5#t ^005% PTR iil-WT^T Sfics fTOf bl^lc^ >fffTOT ^ I il ^I^f 

TO cwpf ^eo-'i<^e ^FPT PWPt (ko ^ TO <5ficfei pro pf^ar to 

tf^'O CTRI to 5 ff, ATP?J^ 7^ \ 3 ^ totoI >nTOf 

♦rfa*h 5 PR sfi ipi I 



347 


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5 i?(c^ f^sT srra soo *1^ ^srrai ivpi ^ 

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I 5m T'^C'S 5ra1 oT^jcoT af*pi^57i *«?? s^Ftsi c«iw ^8 

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vsl^ ^■SC'I/ <W I v£l^JT(^ ■'5I]f5i ^Tcl^ ''nr^O-' ill, Sri'S! ^<3?n 

il^v Tf^!^ Cb'^Ul^J r T: r i ^TISHOT 

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tfp?! *(.^: 

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11 I ^iftf *4]:^! ^ 

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34S 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[26th Feb., 


-mf®!? c^, ^ to c^ srrm ^snwnr 

^%c9mvfl?r % *f;;t ott ^roi ciJii)ii«i ^ 

*ntoKC«^ ^ ^ ^ <3 

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^sthot^ v£i^»R ^^iiW c^ ^sro ^ ^ Ti<pv»ic<j croit^ 

^ ^t5T C^T^RTO C5TOT TOi;< ’foi ^ 

rro ^snf?! ^f^rroc^ ^fc<r^fi5 ^iro w, ^^fsrSf^rfi^ c^^cro^^fc^ii?! 

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5 J^«! ^?fC 3 T^ ^ISIITO TO^ TO ^ ^ CSI TOC 5 ^ ^SITOT 

C?^ I ^il TOR?*f too 2fC?ITSRllI Tf^ 

^ iltTO C^ TO ^ C^ Sf^TOC^ TO ^Rlil^ I 

5R^*TC^ ^snfsj ^i^<^i|)l 0^11 C^<J ^QPT^ *^^<5 — 

^5R»^TO^ 

3^^ ton? I 

snronrm 

JTtbrs TO ’*FtoTO;5iifTi^ u 

^rrfsi ^vfT •?[. c^c^ c^i^ 1 

Mft SpBSker? .Iii^t a luinuU*. 1 want to draw your attention to one 

•liiii^. There are tour members vet trom this side of tlie House to speak. 

There are thirty minutes t(‘ be allotted to these four inenibers. So far on*^ 
ron^ress member has spcdien. The remaining thirty minutes shall po to 
them. Since the matter has been left to me. if 1 make an equal allotment, 
it cfuiies to 7A minutes for each speaker. I leave it to you and vour irood 

sense to rejfulate your speeches. So lonj>: as a new point is ina<le, I nill 

dlow your speeches. So lon^ no new point i.s beinjf made, I will not aiiow 
it. I would ask Sj. Narayan Choubey to speak. 

S). Narayan Chabay: 

torI? '^pn^ ^RTTO, ^Tcto ^snfsi ^tir c^, tori c^'tTO 
ira^ wqM 'ms anc^. ctot TO'^htoi f^t^n TOTC«f^ c^ m. 5? 

^tiT*t ^fsp 5 tosi to; to; ^ toc^. toj ^rcto ^ tof;^ 
TOC^TT 2 f?t K ^ TOCwt jtr^ ^tto ^cw^f. toto 

TO^ ^to ms m mm TOCf I *f*T ?ito to TOim c*f»T TOcti. 

*f*f ^fC^l'O ^STRlC^f?! ’^TC'4 ^I'lj^lC'S 5*'5T vAjd?" 

I ^3ITSnC*Bl'Q * 8 ^d) wT*i ^TOI f^HTT * ^TC^ 

wmm CWF to ^iwr to TO, toto r?fn 

*WtoT nT'Qm 3 ^C^'Q TOITO ’Rl^ TO 

TO ♦(;toT ^RTO TO?^ ’^srrfsr ^ c^i ^srri^ TOto” 



349 


DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (VOTE ON ACCmUNT) 

cwtT'Q 

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-<35n?R H^. 'Ijo^^. c^^T;;cen c^ic*^ cto^ toctto i 

5f?r c^ ctoc^^ %f^ ?[c^ ^ c^tto- 

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i^, T[<iTO ■^^T c^ sro ^ I ^>Q c^ 

fe sr.’^nW < 3 ^ 5 fc« 5 T fei cwro *^rrTO sra 

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ferfecT^-f^ >rcto 

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\ 2 ihii i' F*:. 


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TO fro; fx5^ ^ «ffx. n ^r'c^i ci^r tI^ TO»n ^firo toc^ toto 

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1958.] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS O'OTK ON AriHU NT 


351 


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Sj. Hemanta Kumar Chcsai: 

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(A Voice from the Congress Bench: 

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'txt ^f'S m-' 5'4 -'m fpi hU Mir^ 

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?ni 15'^' 1 

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ofwi ?;^?T? to;too«J ?oo c?^ «<h^>(io torhotj totot 

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354 


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Sj. Shib Das Chatak: 

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CRsr^^c ^r^nW ^<!1 sjwrln^i-pi 

I7Z^ W-IRI 'ST, TOT W C^I 5^R itRI ** 1 ;^, <i^JR ^TI 

7r^^<I ^I<], Uc^*<, C5fC^. Con^ t*f5^^61 Sfrli ilCTf 

■^771^- TOfS^r^^TijI C^TT^ 97^1? SRI TO!?r<Ji'^ Vjr.J 9fic^. 1 ijifv} 

i3TO'! ^;f^CTfI ^t^ili <j TOl^ tf<T<’!^. ^^lll 

'(s?rr^^ <»77 ^?n 3n:^'&'«^i 'sii^rfj. to 

n,r??i>i {rj^^ %\9^) 

^r<^i ^'^'G 2orsRi %fcT5i <3 -ynu-^'^^ iTOi^ 

{RTO^n^ ^snTO SIR ^ ^RRICa*! *i5r<I?I 3 I'R;^Vi 

?(^. RICTO \F^«R*R TOI ^?It CTO5^ firlTP TO ^ 5:’W 

nstottiot^ sr^i^TTRs ^ ^ (Tsrc^^ mr^ i rto^t <3TOonsT i5ttr?i 

SflRRI ^RRRCWT SfjJT^pTITI \i)4l>|'Q '(3!?(‘flC^>f \»TR R^ dl^P^fl'S 

S?|RRT 5OT?I 3R Wm RTO^ 5TO iRPfT^IRTC®! 

Rirfe-'R]^ fer^ {^5iM?rf ^Rr?i) ?w;;Wr %pf 

Rlt ^ (?fTO 2P3R I R«H t^TO “Ai>5PT5t1si ^TO»fR Sl|^^?l 

sr;TO»?l1 <3 3I57TO? «r:WcW< ^^TO lIRn ?r^ C^)5 t 61^ f^i 

^iSiRR I CcI i£f fisW# C^vU?! Rf«T ^TT QfPTR. 

TO^PTR?! c^i)\ ^sif^rfro »T?i I 'snrfi&^RM c^iiT 7 ^, rt^ 

^TORRiRi ^5mfi&»Rw feH# smf5fr*^D^ 

^5?TTO SIR ^ C5NRTO a^ Saro ^ <3 fsr^ csr^ 

5R I ^snfsi t£| froi^ Sf^I^TfR^ f<TRP?i5TR I 

OT-TO a ;^ 4 ^ i TO fwJT TOC»«f ^sirfsi ^ r itorcto >to c^ m ^ii lo 
sn^ if;;R ^R^Tf-nm wnsrT' 'ii^ Safro^r ^sm. ctor a li) 5 ttot tojtot 
mm TO I ^ 0 18 ^ TOR^ <ij^ TORlf^ aM'irj' 5r?rc«^. 

TOTOT 6 R SfR^ ' IOT ' i ) R 9fTTO SRI I5TOT ^ R^ I ^57^ 

TO^Ri*f sm ctor totot 6 vA^t totor^ TO»«fT TOfrf^ra^ cr 



m 


ASSEMBLY PliOCEEBlNGS 


[2fiTlI Flili., 


TO C'Rl C?r f»iTO <3 

^ ^ sTT^i snu 5rr^«^t3! ■sri^— “^«<5S'si5»a 

W?T?rf?T?I; C>P$RI” ^ viJTO 2fh5^ TO^^ ^ ^K 

W?m]*fRTC^ ^C?IOTf <3 ^CTrI? 

^*R ^i5F^]^rp» 4^5 C'^ 

nm I <3 >fr^ ‘hr^i'n 

^R>nTO:«!?T w 1 

Rl?lf?C5R y^*'^ ^^^'SllTtJ^^fST ^T?F?rf^ 

GfRRRT >n:^<3 ^^fiir'i ^(c^r ^tic^< 3 ^irinr??! ^ f?i ii tw?i 

OTTO ^ROT?l f»1P^»n*B8^ I ^ TO WI 

^flRlOT Ctf«n ftfliTO ^ 5M ^T TO?[ *P?T ^^TO3T IJ^Rl?! I ^SIT^ 

sr??T ^ c^fFFR mcsj 5 r>^ sf.vrj 

Tm^IK ^Sn^TR ^ v£)^? Sf^j 

Ui\^ ;qc?? vA^tr trtjjr 3=RTitr ^ I 

«ff?T <3 »t5:^'B?l :TO *zm 5icm CTftin^TTO ^SfOT-^fTOTC^ 

I ^i^i5 y??y«FP <3 W^ sfpr 5fi^W}?i ^rt 

5TTO ^?IT 'TO I sSfifi:^ f^»RNTO ^siRs^cr I 

^irsi 5 IRjt1?i sro ^<yc^ ?[^?f ^r^?! 

5?;i5?l ?fFTR 5^<T ?f.:?1!:^ if ^■:?!<r-5‘[ 

?r>2.i s-(i TO ffi^ sii ^rTn 

TO'^ri;?! ™ f^^::^<j siy»2Pi5:i*Fic^ f?c^ Bit 

^PTRrm^-IFfl^l?rt ^ 5 ; 'TOT ^T:?I 1^ ^Ri-7f?TOT 

i)^ ?fF^I^5T d^y?! ^ITi^TR ?IF^N;fi?r?I ??[ ?P?fT^ 

?n^^;y5T ^mv•^ '»tr^ 1 sifw^^T^iTO 

«R';c'^i*f ^ y7^i:;gr>G cwcTOir ^FTi^t;!^- 

mm; 5 :?ii 

TOR c^^F! 5n^?i y^^^ y^^^ c^jc^ c>f«nR y«i:^<T 

OTT?I ^Cl^-''f;<l'^ i^TTy? sn?l^ C^TO ’'«rR*fe C^SRT 

^TiTI^I^ ^SR^^ITR 5RJ R^?I TO ^TH ^ly^ ^ f^TO 5i;;TO»?rk^ 

TO m. ilSfTOWlJ C^FP ^ ^1 y^ ^l:?! C?r:^ y^WR ^ y^f TO«T 

-RTTff C^f^"R CfTOT vfi$ 5R^ Sfy^CR 5T^ TO OT y^T^P ^TOR I 

vfl^ ^IFT ^jy^ 'srrsRi c*R ‘P^i^ I 

[7.15— 7-26 p.in.l 

8J. Rajkrishna Mondal: 

g RR^ »^(^TO sn^“i?i, ^5w^3j»!fl jji ®ny>«r5 toc^r ots cto to 
CR, i)TO ^T$y^ ^ wy$ <=l^ ^ ^ ^SRHRT RTOgf '{'«1R]?I TO 5XTO. RT TO RTO 
h TO y^pfl I OT*^, RTjp 'SHOT RT«ft vi}?I ^K] TOSRH C'^y^ CR, RJR CTOT 

fni «f3n 5TR RT 1 ^ <\b vm Jtto RrSy^— '^*f ^snro 

RCR 5T?i ^y? croc ^pyy^ ^ 5 :*^-^ otto cto! 7 Jfw crto 

RiTOT winu OT?n ^5n»ny»TO w. to"^ RW 

RTO ^piRm wmim y*rOT str ^srr^ Sto 5t:to, otr<<r rto 
TO ^fCTO RWT« y»35R;«T Rim »TOTO^ CR^ 

y<vr of$ CRTOR ilRR J![TOf OOOR I RFOTTl$R ^FP C^RTO 

♦n^ OT, R51I ^ ♦ffrtMRR Wf] {RTTOTO R;?^ OT ^ RlfR RTOT ^OTf« 



1958.] DEMANiiS EoU E1 :aNI> tV!)TK ON ArC’oVNT) 


351 


S\0 ^yz] 55TW1 

15^ :?r<^^-?iT:^<: f^- 

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^ cw. 

'OllW^T 'il^ ^flt^ I *M^VlH <0 

^ ^5wi?i ^ m Z' ir':?f ^ ?nc?f m \ 

'-r^^] srfwi^m 51^5 

vm^ c^?f;;f5T ^zz w 5:^ l^i cro c^?i 

3fi<i^:?i ii?r? nit'^ ctf'Q?!! -'cl. ^ sA^'Q f?r®si 

f^TI TO 55R1 (RC^ ^?r ^TO7C*1^ C^5? 

^TT?;i ^?l«R 5F?rfTOTC»R ^'Z^ ^ 

1 ?:TORf^j^?5! ^ ^ TO i)^< 5n:«5T ^»5 t isrto z^ 

5^)’^ f 7f“ 2JRI TO ZJ C^^THR ^ TO«T niTO ^TPIT WT® ^fO I 

5^^ 5f;^5fR»rr to ^i, 5;Ti^i;;fiST ^ 

TO Z^ f^’q5?il?r ^Z '^.KZ 5111 i ^ ^^!rr5 ^fRl TO 

:sf T‘:fT v?!J *?:?! ^:?f i^z^<i ^Ti:5«js§i '<i%] i^zz 

>i'^R I snU s^‘^1 ^ ^l^r^feT ?m to^vi ‘'i^f^ 5li » 

fwfjpi’ ^5*R--^iSIICH?f C^'T*!^ Sffsi'Ji;^ CTITOq? 5R^ 

4’^T i]JT^ ^51 ?;'C^ ^TOT*^ ^Z^ lA^ ■3IT;i?n ^iHz^ 

oi:i I ^I^rRM vflSR ZVZ^ 

S:^^ CTi-TOR: ^R1 mzt RIR I TO ^RR 

'^TO;'q:i toiri to?! z^z rtri cr^TO! ^snfir 

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r^Iri 2fI?R I^l'^r OTITO®^ TO^7 ^TO TOT ^Tv5TO ^ooK 

^tIs" y’lc^^ z*^ to 

i' 3 TRR’’T^ ^^TOTR '^'^Z T5T?R ' ^RR^?T ^^^15' ?Xii?IT TOI iT ?^’C?T TRT fj^ITTOT 
C*»r^ ?T to; 5T1^ ^-'^.Z Z^i ^RTOT UfZ^ 'ilTO<i 

Zi^ I TO TO TOTOT. %Z ‘^?T TO '^R; ^ I 5TTOT 

^JTT ’ll *K=T TO T^ TO W 5:'STO 51^?!’ ’'TF?! I ?IT':5 il^ <>^®T IJUTH rO 

'3Tf^Rs 5^ STTTO crItoi to totoi i ^iR<TfT:®R rTO'© fiR ’i)^ 

I TO^®T Z^ 5'I':1^ ^FR’tra to 51R I 

^Rf?n, ^*BC?T ^Tf'R^TRlflS^R STfCR^ STRiiT ^ Df-G^TT 

^r^ 5 T I z] TOI ifrt^i^, c^. totr "stto >to$ z^^ jRiwi)?T 

^R<I RsR*r1?T ^inZZZ TO 1 ’RI*! il^-iJ^^ ^0 STT^^ 

«fTTO i:^ TO5 -rV§ ^ f^*R TO;i'^TO TO«t wi\ 

CR5RI ^snfsT ^fffici 61$, 3^ 

<5?T^*ii tr'ri^ R*R il$ OT; ^ ^if^I R?RIOT 

<JR?5 1 5r*fT*TO iI?TR 7T?I^^5?PTO^ ^TTTW^ "TOSTRIWR ^TOT/T vfllH 'f’Q^ 

$^37R^ ^«RG ^IVZ^ JIZ^ f^l "Srfc ^ I 

Mr. Speaker; Tbf* Hni>plcmHiti»ry list containing' afldilional (Mit 
T.i.-lH.n> wliich t!:i> Ih'-ii m-^Mvcd out of tino- Ims not h^‘f>n ailniitM. Tins h 
for tli^ infonnatinn of tlu* lionoiirahlp mcinhpr«. 

TIk^ Housp stands adjourned till ‘^-30 p.ni. tomorrow. 

Adjourfiment 

Tlie House was tlien adjourned at 7-2n ,. -i. till *^-3J) p.in. on 

Thursday, the 2Tth February, 1958. at the Assembly House, Calcutta. 

A 04 




Proceedings of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly assembled 
under die provisions of the Constitution of India 


Thk Assemjii.y met iu the Ahsembly House, Calcutla, on Thumlay, the 
2Ttli February. 1958. at 2-10 p.ni. 

Present: 

Mr. Speaker ttbe llou ble Saxkakdas Baner.ii) iu the Chair, 16 Hon'blo 
Ministers, 9 Deputy Ministers ami 204 Members, 
j 2-10— 240 p.m.] ‘ 

Time for Guillotine 

Mr. Speaker: in eonlormity with the previous praetiee, 1 fix that the 
House will sit (oday up to 8-15 p.m. and 1 also fix that the guillotine will 
tall at 7-15 p.m. Theieafter I shall put all outstanding (piestions withoiit 
any debate. I hope the members on both sides will try to be brief in their 
f-peeches so that the business may be finislied before tlie time lor guillotine 
arrives. 

Mr. Speaker’s ruling 

Mr. Speaker: I have given my ruling. Bui 1 do not want to lose the 
time of the Hou^e— it will he laid on the Jjihrary table and it can be read 
there and will be printed in the proceeding. I have stated my reasons. 

Ruling of Mr. Speaker on the point of order raised by SJ. Bankim Mukherjee 
re. Demand for Vote on Account. 

Mr. Speaker: A jmiut of order has been raised by Mr. Bankim 
Mukherje# regarding the deipand for the Vote on Account. 

Tender Article 20(i, the Government may ask tor and the Assembly can 
pa^s a Vote on Account, that is to say, grant a sum of niomy lor the purpose 
of enabling the Government to carry on the administration for a short period 
pending tlie final iiassing of the Budget by the Assembly. Although, during 
1lje last few years, a vote on arsaiunt was taken rmly betoie a dissolution, 
there is nothing in Ailiele 296 to restrict the power of the Assembly to that 
eventuality. Indeed, in the House of (Commons liom wliich this juovi- 
sion of the Constitution has been borrowed, every year a vote on account is 
taken before tlie 31st March. 

Article 263 and Article 204 whicli have been luadc applicable by 
Artirde 206(3) to a vote on account pr-ovide that a demand for any “grant in 
advance” (as a vote on account is called in the text of the article) shall be 
put to the vote of the Assembly and there must he an Appropriation Bill 
with regard to the ‘iame. Nothing is said tliere a‘' to how the Demand for 
the Grants should be discussed or pul to vote. 3’he Assembly Froceduro 
Buies provide for the same. The requirement of the article is satisfied if a 
demand is made and put to vote and an Approjuiation Bill passed. It is 
not necessary that separate demands should be made by individual Ministers. 

Buie’ 112 to Buie 116 regulate the jrrocedurea relating to the Budget. 
Rule 113 says that a separate demand for grant shall be made for each 
Department but that the Finance Minister may include several grants in 
(lie demand. This has been done in the Motion for the Vote on Account. 
There is only one lump demand which comprises several grants and the 
amount of eaeh grant is shown in the schedule. Buie 114 provides that 



360 


ASSEMliLi' PK0CEE1>L\GS 


[‘27'ih Ieb. 


Ill** liudfrct { ij laeauh tlie main Budget) sliall be disc ussed in tw( 
Genernl Disnission and (ii) Voting of Demands. Kule Ilf 
ic'i 4 uli»teft the proc^edure of voting the demands. 

Now, Rule 117 rogulaten the proeedure for a vote on account. Thif 
ruJ< makes Rule IJd — the Rule relating to the iorm ot demand, anc 
Rule 110 — the procedure for voting the demands — applicable to a vote oi 
account. It deliberately omits Rule 114 — the rule relating to general dis 
(UHHion ami for very good reasons. 

A vote on account is taken only for an interim period pending the final 
pi.KHing of tlie Budgel to enable the (Toverument to carry on. The teiui 
‘Vote on Account’’ itself connotes that the money is taken in advance and 
will be ac-counted for in the future. When making the final demands, Hit 
amount taken on vote on account is deducted. 

No policy of (jovenimeut is involved in the voting of tlie demand for 
a vote on account. The (|uestioii of a general discussion on Government 
jKilicy Will uiise when the Government comes u]) with their final demand 
tor grants — ami the Assembly will have ample opiiortunity of having, and 
will be entitled under Rule 114 to have, a geiieial discussion at that time. 
There cannot be two general discussions on the same Budget — one at the 
time of the vote on account and another at the time of tlie final passing rd 
the Budget. It may lie menlioncd that in the House of Commons there is 
no general discussion (which takes place on a motion tliat the Speaker do 
now leave the < hair) on a motion for a vote on account on Civil Kstimale 
Rule 114 has, theridore, been very projierly exclude*!. 

The four da\s of g«‘io*ral discussion ami not moK' than tw<*nty days, as 
the Government may determine, excepting the days taken on vote on account 
M>r voting Ho* *lenuimls will he availabh* to memhers wlnm the final (iemand.s 
aie ma(l<* ■xmielime in -lune. 

‘'I’ln- pioi Mlure I lone outlined has been tullowed on the mst 1 u o. occ asiou' 
and I think (he jnoc(‘'lufe is ]nstifit‘d hy (lie Rule- oi cduic and b\ the 
Const it lit loll I, thcreloie, hohl that the Motion fui the Deinaiul on tin. 
Vole on Atrount is in onler 

Personal Explanation 

4anab 8yecl Badrudduja: Mr. Speaker, Sir, 1 have...,. 

Mr. Speaker: I h;t\e mi time. Von will kimlly make your jieisoiial 
e'vpiaiiatinn on ’I'ucsdav m‘\1 

Debate on the Motion for a Vote on Aocount 

Mr. Speaker: I hope no honuinahle memher wdll ask tor extra time 
today. 

Sj. Niranjan Sengupta: 

fsr* 

^ to i)^ ’TOS w*? 

^ Wiito 



demands FOH (DEVNTS (VOTE ON ACCOENT^ 


361 


^i:9iT^IOTC«5f <51^^ ^I2n 

sjjt; z^n srfwrsiWfe^ ^- 

^ m i:7|-7 ^ 

I 5?^. ^i^?ri ii^'S cw’vf^ 

yZ'l^k 1^. fjfC^ 

i^orwi 5rT^ '>11;^ ?^TT'?:4 

^-'c^ t 

c^ii*if ii^i fr;^fef«^ iiHf 'srrw 

Z^Z'^ ^fcTC^ C7| JT^fr 

Z] ^,SU? ?"ljf'^N’'^‘. <3 5n^®RI 

^:i I ^1151 rr, ^rhi 
Tii:^ 'i]r}Tt C5J. :^*T ''i:?^r--T ?^ll 

'siiU ^en ii^ ^1 

^n ?n?:^i; isri ^1^ si^^i srti 

^M'<z ?ic?ic^ ur^^si<i ^ ?ic?if^ i ^»n 

£i^-^ w'>\77f' "snfe sr?iPi c>i^ in^ 

t:;TI^ zrjzz ^jrr^ f:»I7r?I^ ^ ®I1^ ^JT-'I^ ^5r<3 

"w I ^'r^-3 W I TSPZ'*f\ ■ "3 m OTW 

5^ 7n>'7?[isMi ^T^'Q UU ^•z zj]^ Ufi^i ^ws 

•^iii:^?! f??i T^tih »';.;^^n;i ti, ^rf?T jjsic^ tafeyRt u\ >!Mf:»<f 

r‘^?fW5l 3in«»r? Ti:^ iTff^j: ?^?st:5r z ^ 

^ “r^ ^r.^ rPTl^l ^! 

The Hon’ble Katipada Mookherjee: 

■snf?! ^'^n iTfFT?P<2 f^l 

8j. Miranjan Sengupta: 

■siisfK^ ^sn:';^ fff^i ?piR wm cfft^jR. m 

?p«n I ^r-f 7i3^« !7i^ "snsiw ^'zs^ i jM w;- 

t-pf^ Wr JU U I «ITOT 'G 15113^?^ 

^ ijfiif'rT 'fi^TR TT'^'n n;feTOj 'sncwi snf«fry3^ 'si^acsr 

^^T«T C*1RI I WPrr?I 5f7»TR !l!7nff- Uf^ 

I T^6 'STT^SI C5R*R ^?rr^ 5T^ i)'f!R ^i^?^41(<lvfl?T C^frj^ I 

Mr. Speaker; 

7n^ &J<h>i T<R ^ ^-ZKZ -JnTO<3 R?. OT'Q 

^h ixcz nr?! I 

8j. Niranian Sengupta: 

'm T5n?7 ^ 5TT1 ^■?nR w, r-rniix^ W«?7 

<3 Wr^ Wm n:;foT»^ 'sifwiOT hme 

vf^ ^jet^ m w jji. 

^T^-?7JTt '‘i;;^ ^STRTO wfi5— «ri5i9n^f»a’p m?i7T nfecz" ^ w?^. 

Tf^sf >T?:3r5T 25 ^ zw7\ f^*f7i ^1 w 

5fr^ ^F?rrT -5^ 5TT- 9nr55 Z7i ’sr- 

Ritrr^q:^ c^-Rjifi ^ c^ ^e^2?n]«r^ w 

2j5?nrr ^ f ’sRipw 



ASSEMBLY PHOCEEDINGS 


[27th Feb. 


m 

TOJ fjTI ^snm il#I W SJC?? 

^sfisRTT WT sfTsiffrRr '*i;;f3T5r ^snsnprsi csp^ 

^pws taTt<n c5i^:;?Twn:?Rr i 2otc3=r Km croi 

^sTRiOT ?5WT mmK to i ^snhr ^g y aiw , ^vff^ ii fi 

CTO KK ^ ^5C^ ^tST ^ <FITO? ^1 ^5TC3T??, 

C5f*TO ^nTC?r ^T5j snf:^ 5TT I 

In arresting you, I do not obey this sort of law 

C^ n’*«fT^—^51Tfsi ?J5T^— C^ W6»[ TOCTO ^*C?r 

5TO^I -^ClfsPT crot ^ STT^I srf^TST'SS^ft C^ 

f^c^ c*fTO?T ^3ftr??i ^srf2r«f f^fr^ ^ ^nRiu;f5T ®R^TrTOC«t?i 

’SFIto f^ypTOT TO^el \5t?rT C>T1^ CWPT ^TT I 5RT 

^TO«t c^ric^ TO;«f epsnc?^, c^i^fro ^ fro 

cwr%;f»m i5k\ tof ^’c?i ^ictoi 

(2-40-2-50 p.m.] 

^nfsr to-q c? toc^ %t5^ 3 ^^^ c>rt 

nt»w ^rt5TT?i C2TT^, ^TO«T srfsi^ sjtrrl^ 

W?r <3 W©?T ^ ^ 21 TO TOC^, 

fro ^ OTif»r5 ^1 

mK yfl^P^T TO. CJf&T <3 TO *f?fTO. C^ ?P^ 9 T;;fe TOC^ ^ TO^ 

SCfPf TO CTO, ^ 8 -‘^fTOM TO?n ^^C^ S\^ ^nt^S^^vS; 5 p^fC^ 

5 PTO TOTO CJsr, '^c^fsT’T ^ 5 rf^T?r to; 7 TO c^ tots^ 

CJf^TO ?n TOH^ C3TTTOS TOTO I TO?! WW SPTO TOTO C?. 

^srfro? sf«w ^CTO? sto topiIc^ csj^to 

^C?^ ^t^TTOS^ fsr'«1>il ^ C?, 5PTOT? TO 5Tf?fTO C? 

fTO? ^kw f?J ^ ^SfTO? ^T? CTO SW?!TO TOTO? C? 

^srfroC??! vll^^ TO^. K^ C 5 TTC^ ^ C?T^fTOF 3 T ^t? TO^. ^ 

?ff??^$^CTO C5^ vii^ ^ 5I5 :to ^C?C^ f?5? TOR 

H’v TOCTO K^ TO 5^ c?. c? f?;;W^»TO nf??^ w?to ^if??f^ 

TOT ?OT ^TT I ?I?T CTO?C5 C3=T^ CPTRW ?! C?CTO ^^TOTOTC^ 

’n3rTC?T? C? OT«f? CTO?^—Vfl^ TOTTO ^f^f^lCTO TO^ TOC^ OTI 

'?;?5T>r?Tf5'5?*(? ^f??v5^ ms STf^S^-SS^ JJ?!? fsij^ ?JS’^ f?f 

TO?fe S^? TOIC^? ^RT? ?!?«!! CTO TO??^ 5[^«T TOR I fa TyR^ i 
TO ^?C5C?I C?f*! f?5? TOTO f???l TO C^?fw C^TO f?CTO I 

?I^I5^lf?!, C^snt ^C?? TOPIRT, ilSR W ?r^TO f?fe?T ^5TC?? i^X l jyf l C?C^ 

5caTOi wr^ ?T^ sflSTt froF, ‘?,^f(?TCTO fro^^e 

=TW? ^ 1:T^, ?5t1? :3R!I SI^- 

?'v&^ ‘?:;f273f! ^yi>riTO? c?c^ f?fB5?^ ^’c? c?c^. >n?i?fc*i? 

f?®TCTO C?T^C?PT ?!?’PTO nf??^ *f?TO I 

TOTO 3FiTOT^-“^?t fsr: ^‘?fJT>Q TOC?? TO^Cf^ C?. ^rafyj 

W^T? ?!TnT? C?$T 'SiKm Jf^-^llTO? TO(C^ yfl?^ C? ?TT^ fe? 

^g!y>? ^ <ny ?CTOR C?, cniC?? TOlW ?! ^l<^; C ^?*>i ? itfl m\lK^K 

i?»^fTOC?nR ^? ^snc^i %'f??T>lS|*fil II57TO il? CTO alwf TOIC^ 

n^*T? ??^TO 5PTO? CTO TOlCf^!, ??^?T ?T?T % fgP H C ^ 

5H ^t? 5TT?T?«f C^nCTO ^^C^ f?TO^ TOC^ ^fTCTO f??;C*? CTO ^; t^»r 

tjic?c^ ? f^m C5R ^ I ^STO »rpT 5TO. ^snfsr f?c5p§ 



1958.] DEMANDS YOU DRANTS (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) 3e3 

^5fcif?r f^? ^ f’lC’sfwR, ^simfsT ^ 

m, 'snfR OT c^TTOT v£ic>!fs^, ii\5^wc*i}^ C5 tc^ ^snf^r 

TO ^ cwuT c>m5T 

jRT^m, ^ ^snro fw^T ^;^sRi la^ wmi ^ 

^«T Wfsi ^srrfsi af^$W*f, ^shri^ 

^iw»*T ^ w? ii^ ^ Um ^lOT, 

'5n^^!![^ Iw ifl fefiT^T f5WR*f?r I ^^csPT vstfli 

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12-50— d p.ni.] 

8j. Paliitra Mohan Roy: 

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mx, wiwiist <3 Ti^i ^ 

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7{^m 

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366 


ASSEMBLY PBOCEEDINGS 


[27th Feb., 


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[:>— 3-10 p.ni.] 

8 J. Renupada Haidar: 

fsi: ’ffRi, 5 jKTOf»r wiwrn? 5^1 ^rjri wto st^ 

^ffpfspTiT'G ^<5TTC?c*r ^ ^tksri ^ c*iCT ii^s^ ^:!)(io tot 

^f<TOfc»f ^ U I ^snTORi ^ fe^ isr 

prc^ ?rcTO I 3 p*u^ ’jwm c?t^ r^ r?ffm <b ^RRirfe 

r 5 fc?i I c6>i; f?rfi 5 T^ <3 TOFH TORI 5 nr«if 

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f^TI ^ISrC^ ^i^TOfC*T isr^ 57:^— ^sn^ 

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mm ^ ^ ^Um <i OT^ - iriig^i ^ ^ uimft ^vs 
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tom. CTOSTO-'SrctTO TOO ^ 5 OT TO C^f*tTO 5 Z^ TO ^TT I iJ 3 fTO 'tTO^ 

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^CTORT CWT^. ^5kT TOC^ mf?T Sto?I ^s&^iCW^ 



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^ ?n ^ TO ^T 51^ S?T^ 5PT J^T I 

8J. Durgapada Das: 

sriiRl? sfC2n^r?[. CB>^T:?f5T ^5m^W?T^?t»R ®c5t^ ^’ri ^snfir 

f^5; 5 ^\ TOT TO 5TT, TO TOT TOIj HT-~il^ W 

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frr^ST ^STTC5, R C?^ TO <3R^ U^ W®9T >TTf^il TOT TO ; 

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RT I w^ *RTO Rfjf ti 5“w ^ tor ’prri 

5T«n CRI7P ilC^RT^R ^=5 JTR ^IRI il^ c-VUTt I 

[;L1()-~3.20 p.ni.l 

8J. Sagar Chandra Mahato: 

•fR»^*l|] ’*'a*f^R ^ifsj =$nir CSrfjR ^'?IR^T <3 31?y a?3^^I^?R 

TOr.'^ a^7 ^ 

rTy vi)$ ?n*6TR CSf^R 5R5 XZX •XT l ?RaK?l[ RRTtiJq ^SHRJf-TO^ 

ai^r:^ «r^;5. crto ^rr. Rift ?wir. Zf-^ ^ ftiR Rf<3?rT 1 

T3| ?c<T 3^ 1 ^ ^ ISHT^. Pit cflTIR? ^TR ZJZ^H ^15^ 

’RtT aiRi aav mm wtoiI ^e ri^ti 

CRR aRXSnl JRI ?TT 1 RT«ai9r1r3 TOnR RR I TO RT^ aft^n*! 

CWPT Z^ TOT ; PTTO ^ 5rV3^ ^ ^ ‘ 

RR^ R^l RRR ^5RT. Pit i)R RWI Wm TOUR K^ ^HRT a^ ^ 

R??R iJRRlR Q if;V’JF -cypT I i) ilRrtl TOR R’®T;— ilt ftTO TOR ^13 afe 

TO TO PT^ TOI P. RT^TO TO l Plt^ ^pftiTOR^ S«l3R OTI 

3tiT] <3aiPr fRC*R Riwn RRm ?T:t I TOR RKTO TO C^'Q ^RTPI 

CTO ftcaR RIWT 5R 5TTt I TO il3TO TO TOTCR CR TO^R 59rfl^. TO TOR 
CR. TOTCR ^RTPT CR rIr TOCf Pit RfCRR TOT 5|pftTO^ 

5ia3 P atRRIR wfRC3 TO TOT C^ iJR^T CRt CTO aiR fel 
^fRC^ 5IR CRC^ CRCe I R^^RT? TO TOT ^R ^FeR VM ^ ^ W'Q P^^ 

00 R¥R RITCa ^Rf^R RTR^ RtR^C^^T'Q a;TO TO CTO. iia^ ®0 RfR aCR 
TO R^a R;f»R 5RR ilR^ TOT ^TRlt 5TR1 R^PT RrpJ CTO. *TO^€ 



19:>8.] DEMANDS 1()1{ GRANTS ^VUTE ON AIT’OFNT) 


369 


sfffT ^ ^si I ^ ^snsrm 

c^H; c^S mm tor, 

^ ^\ c^ ^«f5i;fn m^, 

^ i sn^rgsi c«f3T[? 

«i|T^ >TO?T C?r C^I; C^i’J ?T:^ ^ CSric^ C5lt CWT^lsr >T^TO W*C<f (?fi^, 

^r JS^’C^ ffTi^R J^C<H, '^fWiSl'Q J[r5 C^l^ Cfl^STT^ 

^1 ^ 7^'< ^im c^ C5^T ^ ^ s;ra, «q<i; ^isrot c5i^ ^ 

51165 ^ I S?T5?«r^?r'^ >f<TTO!:^ ^Rjfe W. OT^llTTRl^ il'4^ STIC?! 

i5-j] <f <t<] 5i:?ife?r i af^ ^ TO5 i 

1^0 5RTO ^1 ^ ^ ^ 0 5TTO 

^fsf ao < <pHiii >i5}^!^c^ ^iTHC3i*f I 

5f?[TOf il ^•TCronf^ TOR, C5*Sl TOR, ^ 5^51 ^STRT?! SIW 5^ b* 1^0 ‘^TOTIt 

w:m JT^rroi? i^ ^ ; mi croi^ m i 

m c^^r m '<j^f\^ «fTRRii om:^ sj^R^t^n w ^ 

5’?r i^ir 7^;^^ i%z^ >3 bo ^ 9r«’hi ii^ m\ c^ 

5?^ ^c?T^i ^Tsi Urn CR^ im uti^\ ^<1 TO c^ 

^r -s^s :rto Rff^ TTOi fifi:^ tocwi c>it c‘t'0?n >ir^<3 
zm I TOI'4 TROT; C?<3?If TO. ^ 

(i'qR >"TOTT TO: RITOI l ^ TOQ CT C5.1; C5ir$ CTO 

cR?f;i5T^ '5nain?TT :^x*f m, (J iq sii:*ri r^i^ica^ rw 5m 

3nTnR F:R R'fTO ^1 

^ ^ ^jssn 5C65 I R i OTR CRC^ CR a;R;'rTOl CTO ^ RT^8ni?fC»TR 

C<'^" ?:R CRT^I CRRIR ^7!FII- TO tRRR TOT CROT- TO CRTOR CR 

i.:<-^:?t ^i a.RjTOi toi r'-to TOR;«f jjr? oti ?TRC5f stitos 
’ i:r ^lT?r c^ ZTTi 5Ci I ^5 t 5C^ RI^I^ ^IRRT 

.i. ■/■; >f< *=^1 3RJ R[R, Ri 'SJCRR^, CRRR ^RIOT? TOS" RCR iflR* ii]RT?RR 

t: .:v iiT-K'R R ^rl R[fb' af>3R] RfR R- fifCR RR RTR I 'iJ^RR RfC'i 5TTRTR TO 
!7i;i RR^TO ^'T.TRR TO5 I 

I'U-JlJ — ‘i- 0 j'.iii ] 

Sj. Rabindra Nath Mukhopadhyay: 

>RTTOT RF5R. a^fCR TTOWR C»1I^R RsrWI RiRltcT ^fV<r*iC^^':T CR uC‘45l 

TOT CR ?7:to r^irIc^'it R*'ar^' rrsi rc^r bia^r, 1 

to-r'r iiR's RC^*?! RC«^ CR v£i^r5 rIU bi^r; mc^ cr rirt ^r- 
r'r:^«^ r?crt^ crcr ri:r, ^hrto rto rirt 5R 

^ ?it]:i 3^ S^'RCR'feCR ^1(5 R^RR 

^Rr> 3ir-?[5rR <T'RI TO5. ?:RC^ i’R ^TOR CTO^ ?’5 iOT5 C^C^ I ^lU 

SPr-T? CR rR^rCR ?TO, CRI;'I 5CG5 CR RT^«RTC'fC»I CR i^^5R^f■^ l>“5^. TO ypTO" if;-^Rsf5 
RTCR RRC^ '^RTCR RRRRR R6OTR CR ^Rf RITR^ bbS^ RR CTO 

^ RTOT STv ?^<’r;R §RI5^ TOIOT I -SnlR RCR R^iR. ^RH;T nfRRlCR 

RTT I ^ mu Rf? «CRSf «TO ^ITO R^^C^CS CR5 t RIR SIIRI 5:COT I 00 5m 
TOC5T TOTT- <3RViR'-RF ^o 5mi CTOC? I ^ FRRCR C^R CR^ I 

fRjy^ R^ RCsn RC^ ilW R^TT ^bOb RIC5TR f5RT^ boo CRR tJCR R^R f^TRR 
RJR' 5-? CR TOTt'CR fRCRR ■6CRS' R^t tfff^CRC^?. a^.R^«15 RTt Rtr^'CRC^, 2^Rf^'®R]>f 
?ftRi)R Wl^Z mTO trff?CTO -X^RiilfsT ni>RTnTf“T CRCR rTr ^^^RRIR;;;5T5T feRR ^ 

5^. TOT6T^ R?T $*R!f§ir ^ I ^'^•R, RRR, ^^RjR TOf RIRHJ 



3 ASSEMBLY PROCEEDmOS [27in Feb., 

Swan frow ‘siraWw?? w«n csrk mwS 5,00 ^ 

c«r«nw wiw ioo'.^q, awwTiJT'tiTfi ^>00, iik «c 5 w 

oq^ I ^ o<ii oi/iina siwi Twim*»( cf^ to, 

OTOT f^TO TOTO^^T^SPn? sire <Nt« *nBH W OVO f’R^ CRiifl?! SIPII I ’ S^'i l l 

io m ifl^pre *(f?pre^ h'1T^i>c«« i iii<pi fat^si -ocawia^ w 

’5T >fl5is^?Tro fro p’i'ew fi^i w1^ W 

pro <iiJ»<i 5 ^ 5 n I srereW«ft> f?TO fsiisi pr«n w 

productivity in India ha* again made a good beginning, the increase in 
Indian industry being' something in tlic order uf iJOO to .sUd iier cent in 
each part of the year, 

mmm :^i/o m:yi^ 

TOUHR— 55TO ^5f ilf$^^l5l I till 

tM^«T ^ CW #f ^ TO— ^sni^ PI 

C«CT TO I 

^ ^5T?rr ^c?r, vst^cci ^etito ?[TO jtt i tn^ a>rc»^ 

^00 TOT TO, "STTM ^ C>T1^ ^StT^TTC^S I bJ5»(i8-Ci& 

>nCTO f^^TO T?f’®n TO^ PI ^,0(iq 

'ilPT I *t^®TOT ^ni; SJ^ I t£|^ 

TO TOT t£)^ ?ttpp m:^ f^ro 

^ TO, CTOTPM tfT^^ 5^I^3r t£l^ TfSO 

PTT^ 08 I OI^C<?i TOoC^ 'GCW ^ 

*t 1 t? 1«T, ^ ^>TWi?I TO ^ tost ^TO fec^I PT51 

TO TORI 20TTO ^ »Tr I ^snf^l >RI^PTPRI ’TO t£)?I^ PTT^ TOS^ TOf^ I 

t:»t’<ri to>ptpi»^ tot cto toJ to ^n:^, cto ptI fwf^ utori 

TO^FTtTO'il?! fTOT:TO5TO^T;;PTT \STtPJ#C<T^t£]?j snwc^ TO'toI TOT 5XtJ§ STl ' 

PTTO*T TO^?I ^iI«1<p 'Q xrfTOTO^T^ Pr^ PI TO~ <>T<1 

^5i$piTOpr$ toI m[m pipp to«=^ to ^inTOte to?it?i i 

5T^RI TO TO^. PNTPT Pff’^ PI il<1^ ?ITO I 

PT'^nPI 'ePIW TOT^ fjT, TOI<TT 

PfTO fTOPiP^*R^T;jf5T TORIi I^^TOT T r ^jC^ p'TO ? 

^5T^PI#Plto PT^l^fro ^I^TO*t ^TO ^ TOT C TO ' ^ I TO PR OPI^ 

TO5 5TT TO, TOTO ^SltPPPfenJ TO?1?I TO TO I >i|SR fJ^T^ 
TSTITOT pro CTOS Ut'^ ?rT I f^S WT^Ssr 
vfl?F^I TO'QTO' fsfPIPR, TtoJ TOF^ PTTO TOTFTPTO^?I ^IPI PT^*nPT 

PITOPW5T TOP[I PTTOR ppn TO5I5 C? 'QPISfil?! ^TTITOI ^115 o 

Sl^ -llTv^W^OO 5 to^TO tot TO TOT TOI^I TOT^n PTO'Q PFI^T 

fe? 5T^ 5TT TO TO*T TOI- ’RRITO^ i)f$5^ 21*11^1^ 

5T^C^ JTT W <3PI^ 130^— topi 5Tn^ =^1PR. ^IflUC^i^H 

*n»I ^ ?ITSI ^Ti:iR. tot >T?fTOPF 3?;fTO "iw^ ^jrIPR W »£I^PT 

tr?t^ TOnpif6^f»T ^mx. \ to ii^ pt$t tot to 

psRi Ttopi tot T»ri^ tor ^fRiroft 'sr^piiPiS^, tot toit ? tott 

frorite ^rr?5TCTO to;5^-totori ^iwt f^T£;;f*R tot to fi^ii fsi: toiW 

TOIF W?? ij^ TOTO C*TTO* ^if^lFTO TO TOT ?TOTf^ vfl^ TOTOI^, 

41^^ WTO ’«if^?ii siRvi'l. W=T y i ^^ Tr gi sot Ttor, 

TOt gliiTO^ PR TO ilCTOR, Ms? fadrro tots to^i 

PHIH t5RT?r ^ TOT^vfl TOfs fro WSRI aCTOs^ WI^ PTW Mtto 



371 


1958 ] DEMANDS FOR GRANTS (TOTE ON ACCOUNT) 

^ 3Tr 

wi’t ^ cw ^\v, c^T^c!^ i yQs:^K 

5T^ to JiteRI CTO ^ CQ^ CTf^ f’fftoW— 

W CSI^BI C^^ ^C?IC5, C’Tt C^TTO sfsiTO^l Mito TOT? IR^ I 

crI C51TO c^^c^ f^s fR, ^it^, W5? nrawS ctocq fiR 

5C?rc^i %RWc?n^ c^ iifi to ^? cte 

^ic*Hifiiw ^TO'Q mim ^ic^ iR »f;^j; to?i ^njnpf top 

'e TO 5:?r c^tto tor ^iwwwfl f'$^ to ^I’^r 

c^i^i? C*T^ TO TO C’TC^ I TO C^T^ ^1 fSR i|5T, fR. 

bii^it^ ^ v£i>e?n^^?[ sic«Ji Jff^c^/c^ C5? ^nfsi Jtos to C'frvfsF c^ 

TOC^, tof ^<3 toR TO^ J?T. TO«! sntoRT afsfC^ 
TO TO ^ic^i ^rrro ^ ^ irtoj? *wi$ ?^i to*t ctoir 

^ic^ TO® c^ic^? c^ fe?s? W1R I R;;fair c^ 

^pf»^ ?IR C^R ^1 ®ITO S^y^ITO fTO;^ TO TO'J ?^I I 

f;i-30 — 3-40 p.ni.] 

c^-^nc^ c^'^n ^ici!^ srf® cro TO^rr^fi^fs^ ^cr, cro ^rtt ^ 

TORI T®fTO 5TWOT CTO1?I bTO ? 'Si^K WTO 

^?Tf TO C^ R^c^TOf, TO^lf^Vr ^rf^PP^TO TO? 

^f^TO~R«f‘^i3?F TO^l R 'rflTOC^?, ^TC® ^Fl'^TOI (RTO^R 'Q^'S? 
CTO^ ^TO1?I cWt TO/^. C>FS:^il to5 C^ 'ec?l5f CR®" TOC® ?n®?1 

R ? ^wic^ (R ®HT c=?j*i1 5to[ ^?i-^5rriR ®ir^ ^rcfftf^ c^ ®ir 

<'^.c^<^, i,i ‘‘PTO^ ^T?!’®nR CTOP ^ sn^CR TOI I il ^PR -ilSTI?? ?R, 

Co^^.^ ^TO1C?F7[i3 sflTO ilTltl^ TOC? I ©TTI^ ®T?I i?F spto 

>T' <'1]:^. Tfc^ ^ troc?^ c*! vflR vfiRCT C35»rt si%?^ to i ®n>T9T 'i^ ®i 

•'T ! "OTR c^ ?FC®T^^ ^Pi^TOTTS C^^IR SOl^R 

>i?fTO5 ff;;®^?TTTO toc^ ^p?ic? s^sn Si m, 

toci^ ^c? m, S17R ^n{ 

C^ '<^1^*1^ JT^ W TO TO I f^^I5T CWP ^?P» TO 5Pf»5rfTO»R ^srfTO^ 

®T^; ^^TC^ ?TO TO bC5TC?R I Rl^. 2RC*^ ^it*! TO TO1 I 

v£i<n?R ^?p]^ 'GC?p5?vfl?r 2PR ^t»toik^ 'e^ir^iro c^^^ic?? ^ sn^iR to, 

C’R? tor iin»® ®^toRv£)^ ^toR RC?R srto qo 57TO i^ito si® s 
TOR I C^iRrfsT^ TO;R^ ‘CRT CTp^rr^fl??! TO TO 2ni-^«fb RCI^ 

^ff?Ri*f ®®^ C^C® RC^ I C5TI^ qo ?TB?RI I;r4>l ^ 

C^It^l^'il^ 1^141 sTsi^ ^ffC? I i«fl^ C^Rjit4Ty*l;^ ^ITP^RT 

®Fsp CRPTF^i^ cbq Wi ? y^ c®srf*T ^w Ri^RTR y^ ' 4 >r<ic?H csj sjysi^*?^ 

ifl^TTOSTc^ Rto to ®ic*7?i r:«^ »ri;®t yr!i^ to um y^CTirop 
Rto to ym <*lcTOTfl -nysifTOP TOito^ to:® y^i rtto^h c? ^<3Rto1 

^y^4*‘^R7 TOC^ ®T y^ TOSf TOTC^ ? ^*9<Jiy^^4l 

<iftRs?TO? 5i;?r; TO Ri7n ^ rttor amw cr^ ^®ito 

■Sifa^RI C5^ R TOR ®TTOf ^ ^P3T$ TO 'iJ TO ^ifv RITOC^ ^ Wfp? I 
R-l^, sfiTT?*®? ?I?Pf ^ iflt TO W® TO I ^ 

TOT? C? ':i^S\f RC9TC® 8 y?CSW C^ STj 5T^^ 3P5R RtRjq fsRSi fro m • 
^TORIT vflSR^ vfl^ *^ny>®? TOC®R R5 ‘^*(f®C® il^ STI^ 

RTOI I "SJTTOP ^Jtorftr CTO CTO 5^, ®TTO snto ,i}?|S JIPT 
TO ^f;;to c?JC^ cto^t-to crocs? ni<3?i to r m 

TO, vissicrorraft to, ^=if?TO»T crot c»m ^sfiwTORi 'fro?? cro to R$T^ii9 



372 


ASSEMBLE PROCEEDINGS 


[27th Feu., 


' ^J&Sb* ’TCffT ?rf? ^ ^flSR 

^F 3 snc^ fft^ ? vfl^C^ 5 X ®5 W'&f^ 

&RT^ «fI'®'4J'0T I P^i5 

5?^nC'^ c^T t£)?n ^sr?ni 

»n I '^^^'^?^ 5p37CiiJ <61^ I c£)^ ^T?[^5TI?l Sllf^I^ STio^T 

§1 <.'i5i I f^Ii^ir^T ^IC^ OT boo srfwm S-si^ CSTlfS^T 

CTO '^^^*^ ^c^f^ 2ff^ 'SiK^ snt^i ^ c^ ww ^m, 

-WT Sri^l 20T®?^ 5^, 'd^C^ 3C?li'Sr*^ C®T, ^•TI C«J»W 

Sfc^nro c?^' c^ c^ c^ ^ ^ptc 5 ^ i^i 

€?^r ^ 1 tot ctW^ 5n^m^ cto siTTfefjRi}?^ 

C 51 TJ 5 TT c^, cvfc^ ^?rf ^ I fepf^p?i^ CT^ CTC^r ? >RrTO^ 

?l^Pf C?|5T7r ^rwoic^ <i)^ TOTOI? slff^TO? ^ ^ 

SffWTO^ 57C^ Sf’ra STHTf ^ Wm, 

^:3Tr-<r?r cro? csro^rr it;;^wc5[ ac?JiW9 w ^snt^r sn^ rifi^ 

<^1 cT^r;^ 0(i ^ ctoto^ 'Q?nTs'T?rm to c«fc^ ^ c^c?; 

c<c^f 5?c?ic^, CTO crWf^ 5T?n ^ir?^ f^rf^ 

5!j':cto TO fTO:;vij sfCTOR ^ jtt to^? ^■f?r ^ic^ c^ ^c^ 
c^n^f^ T'tcTO?! 2 ^c?^^ ^T TO Si ^tiot son to ^i? ?n, 

^T'<i<f TO ^S?fTOI?^< SITTSWTO Sto OT’T TO TO TOC^ 

mtoJ; cfe ^c^ ??i TOT tow ^ 

Nvrc^^ src c^?5Tf^i; "eiito t^c^ to toct i 

^€yi%b ^£irr# 5 ^*=toT'0 to^i tftfv^inc^ i ^ 

TJi^TTO.TI 5|^?TO5 1^1 CTO ^.c^ ^ TOT ?TO JTII XJ^SITO fWTTOC?!*!;^^ tjto 

C7f^ 5 pPT TO ^ t<T>fTO"i r.^ CTO ? CTO CTClt Ctf'T ^ C^. TOTO CTO 
TPl^JT TO?r TO^ S[Tf5TTO?I TSir^ TO. ^TO T5r^ C^ 

TO <^(5 ’P^tIt^T ^CTT I 0(^,000 Ul^T'l CTOf ^(i 1^1^ ^qrf^TT ^C^T 

r?rr^ 5iffcT?r rrt ?to ^i^*r ^ffror i T^ cro Soco^^^i jto. 

C3T ^rfsi 1^ frof? (7^ ^^T;c?i»TO-TOr?i to^ to 5^, 

^iTO ^?iifTO»!?i3?r TOi Mstcto ^rwr to ^ c’t'TT tob^ ^ c^rt i 

'il?! m;^TOT TO TO C^JT prt i 

Sj. Panchanan Bhattacharjee: 

to™, TOICTS ^RICW^ =^»T; ’TTTO CTO? TOfesR C^ 
••»:^^cnVt?rf 5 iTi^;; 5 [ijn^ to c^fc^™ i ^ ^tto*’^ ^ 

TO. TO?II 3 tW 51^1 ?{TOt TO ^ 3 T?TTi ^ ^ 

?!^ TOl^ 5TO ^ OTT»m ^liiTOfl— 

TO'f»*r’^ ‘^"r.zn sfTORi ?i;;^i5i c^ jttoc^ ^ ^ tcto. tot 
'£’^^ wfw; ™^?i c^. 5T?m?ft z^ bWR I ^;c^ iiT^fb ^ 

^'iz'ii TO?r mr^ TO^?f«T to:^' ^ i to ^i:^, to^ct^ 

TO’T '£^'\<T<i^ W *i;TiTC?IC^. 5T?55 C^ sW (TO ^ TOiT ?3;T 

■^“tc^t »t:TTO r;^ C5:i^ i »r;c5T ^?i ™ cr Taror— crfr 

differ ?rt5C^ n-r^i c^i tt^to to:5TT-~^t?si c^itto 5T^ ^sifJT. 
?yf?inc^ snto ?(i55 1 t^rc?! ^^?n c^rs^. ch TOTcsfr-ro*!^^ 

lnsT^ to ftR, TO fef^^TO to™ totc™ ^wto tt crt 
I'TJc^ TO Tto cc?«T < fet?r ™ c^ t^ott-ctot? 

5Lki5 to:? tot to 5n, Z^n ^ITO TO 5[f? TO 5T?TO ^ I TOW TO TOT 
TO ? (7! W^ CTOf*W 5?? TO TO C5?^ C^TTO FT I v5^ 

fftro^ C^tJ:^ C«(W ^ C»*fRifB|l ?T15rT S?T^~^ &mTO W 



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5liJlf»m ‘^<31 ^jr^SRI 5r?PFr?j 

^ pfcsrl 'n.c^R. '^1^ r^ws ^.c*r^ 

^ R^n. >f*2ff^ ^c?Rsi^i ssi5:i$ i*i\m I t<¥JiTn^ 4^i»m 

m $«;£?<ii R ^s'^] f^tni>f;^^ 4 ^to »n«&‘ 

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ii;‘ ti(ij»“»l e\Hiyl)()(ly includfiif^ ;ui ab>eiil>iuiii(lfil (iiaiHoini iih'K l»:inl wliu 
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1 \Vlu*u Mr. Sj>eaker erittTed tlir (1iaiii1»»T and tank \t]^ sfat. Sj Di^vcai S('n 
pointed to the thill atleudaiire in the limine. J 

Mr. Sp&aker: \ov\ 1 havi* ^oin»*tl»ine to -av ilonouralile n)enihf>r< 
may re''‘'nt, hut i^ it eourte''> not to lu* ]!Je.>eiii in the ('hamhiM when n 
no nd.ei ltouii:' to addle'"* tio* flouse'r' [ yni }u»intiny« out tlo' tact (o \oii, 
Mr. M azumdar. tliat it i> lieioht of di'ieoni’ti* v f liavi* mentioioal if ov^r 
and, o\«'r airam, l>iit iioDiino ^<*enis to iinpio', .• the m itttT I (airejulh' 
listened tiie other da\ to youi I'^rellent '*peeeh whi^ It ua*^ of a very hi«)i 
ordef, I onuiiially dendetl to ri-.e ;;l o-o ; (hen I tliou;'ht llial L’.dleiie.n 
Would he i!>Uallv em|dy 1 deliberately titn^'d th* '|m - i h a! (lii- V' li 
eNpetfini! that all honourable inenibru’s would Muue. hid the\ <*hose »,of to 
However, \tr. Ma'-'iimdar. \ on ph*:i«»e «/o f.n. 


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390 


ASSEMBLY i liO( EEDINGS 


I 27th Eej 


nwK,^ wfT Wi ^ U \ cwi 

’®ITP6 ?rc5l?f — C^WIW C^TT^ 

81??^ ^ ^ I ’Pn^c^ ^ 

f¥»5 ^51OT ’PPm C8C& fs? I ^Hf Tf^<Wf ^ 

PTffioCTTI <t iJl^l ‘^Tf^'^rSTST f4*'J C8’*fR^T?J SlW^^Pn (i iJl^l snf^l©! 

nm I v£i^ ^snf^i ©iifirw sif*fl>i©M ^snppR 5m w, ^11^ (i ^ srrf^ 
©7^ ^;;W OT*r!r c*¥W© t:?©?T ^ i 

The Hon’ble Bimal Chandra Sinha: 

JIH^8 sj^»t?r, (?? sjc^UfTO 

>iMC**J, c^ sfc*n •^hi '®<<'4)i^*n 3 [©?it?j ^cqi 

^PPHT '®ll*i(‘fl C^W f^r$C^^ >1*^l<J*il I vfj^ ^fsj ^^SPHT ^f)^\ ^ 

aiap^ f^j^m ^t»*^ ^rf^i Scifh i ^ 

'5(iwiHi ^ ^i^c«i C8 ^sfTCW =f^ic< ^ \ cwr^ff 
w ^ 5jc<« c 5 iti;wJi 7 ate te <^j:^- 

3OT 5M— 5p^s^ siwi ^ 

la^TPR? WRT © caa ^ — c^ci5oic^*i> ^aiRFR 

T#i^ a*9^- >i‘^c**J. ^a^v ^ ^PTRi <it®ic^»^ ) 

awi CWT$ CWT^ ^snrf^RR^ c*f©?n acNsi^iJi I<i^Ci 

^fCSTTRF 'Sfisiifl >PO^ sictj] 5;©?n >F^ ^snfsF aacsF 

CT >F^ ^51 sii^??f 1 ^ tfpff a^a <i^wc^h -?71 

^ ^ va^ 

^a^pn (pi. c^ ^ici5 c^ 

©TiiJJTC^ ^© ^c<T ?j?fiffpr?n §^ai^ ao um^\ 

faf^psF^ 5!Rrr ^ twc-sr^ ^r*R!^ac»T?[ a?j cact7ac‘y*t^ ^jFa ^ 

Ofca c^ w=a w ^F:^'<s»Ra^ u^ 

fewPTf =TO cwcafi^ ?ra^F ^c^rcw u\, ^i?iaT?i ^srrf^ ^ 

©rf?F m Wb^ OT:a^^ ^<j ^fpi ^sniw tei, 

m© c’tT:afi5 CR^ic^F ^ cacd^ c>t^ caa ^ 

W^l w? ^ ^5^^^ atcai^fc^pi TOs ?rTf^ twc^ifw^TW (i8(^) wi ^sr;^ 

apF w^aF^ aT©TO ^sFiai ^lU 2?n^^ >^pnR vac^Fferw c^. va^ -w^- 

t^jjcaq ^ a^^^ic-q f^fa^ 555 ^^ ai^ ^n. 

or^Ri ^iC'i) ^sTRj va^sp^pi C8^ aiic^ia aR ta^ 5^i^i?i ^rsra prtj ^ 

ao?ift5TR, va^F^ vaa^© ca^ ^raa ^ vasn^^R ca^:^ w mF 

at?r calcf caCT^ ^t?i a^an qi^ ^wia 1 ^snwra f^Fcsra ai^ar ca. w'^tfi JTt 
^ «nca?r cafa ??raF^ cal^i af*? cr^’ai^a vac>F *ft^ m ca, i 

aif«OTOT[ w ^snaar ^c^ra?: a^f^^ cat ^srf^cara 4it *faaic^ afaara cac*^ aarfa 
sn V jfaaic^ *aFn OTifas ca. ai^^aa vat ^aar ^rcaa c^a saca 
airap?r?r 5!a^ aaca»F arar ?ra^. aiar 'srsrnjifa^ ^sncw 'Siar vafaca 'snaara araa arc 
jff, OTR w® aiar c^i^ia ai srifrf^ ar arar av^cara ^ vsrcwa ^ c^ffaca *ff8C 
caca aFFF ^^rca-^i aai ^snfw ^’^itea ala jri ^ ^ a^cxa) a^a^ 

aaw titam ©c^roaaia aW^ caca ^ aR;=?caT c^^rra aiiiwia aPF* 
axacf. facaa ara aiai ^-a>rW, trtaw OTwa m caa^ aaara wirf i cat^RF ^ 
ar-^5;icaiai arf^ aif^ faca mM aaara srt OTwa ^raa caca ara^a 
fsica cacSrop^ ^ifa^vna arac?? aic^ m carra =r a? ^ srar aaca^r i 

SJ. Pramatha Nath Dhibar: 

caaroa aaa aw mta ar aw mca caarrR aaaRal Jrlf^ fa m ? 



1958.] bhMANDS FoK (fUANTS ^VOTE OX ACTOUXT) 591 

[5-(K)— 540 p.m.] 

TiM Hon’b(« Bimai Gtianifri Sinlia: 

^ tfw ^ ^ ^ STO c? 'sncf 

TO ^ =TTI OQ^ TO JOT^I ^ 

fsf^^ CW ^ ^C5Tf«ifi^lV W. RJTO5" 

^sR^ra ^v»n?i q sn^ oj^'Q c^a>fw»i5 

v£l?P^C*n ^ 5TT^ is \f ^MRT 2j5fTOf C^TTOS^ I 

^TW ^ C^ITC^ StjRJT 

(TTf-^oc^ wr s.jbb'cif^ jrc?rfw®T. JTiw c>f mmm i?c«fw»T 

^ ^ ^ sr™ ^ ws^ ?iir?i?j f?PTR >n^ c-^ 

«i7f5r ^?T»fT ^ i£i?j era ^ 2^ I ^ ij TO ^5>f pr. c^r 
?[C iaf TO ^ ^ ^ ^ TO JTII 

'bliisj fwe'5r^ ©rfln C<IC®^ e^ C^ ^STRRI ?i4 siWWv*) 

<ecT '©<lTl( 4^^'^ '^(<1^ •?! ; ^ifsi 5T^ I 

ii^ 2[e^ '^^nsTR e^re^s^ <3?nf^\ e^5?R vii^qr TO^rira^ 

TO rae^ • sttoti cra^ w, ctob^ 

CTOTRI fro^ ^TW i[Ct^ I C^fC^ CW^ TO ^IH5 f^TC^T iTRl ?r^ 

5i;^TO^ Wwfk C?<3TO ^ ^ il^Sf bWW ^ I 

TO% e^, ^snro ^s'riI Ww toto 

^ ^i;;e?r ero^mi cw^?i ^raT'^ St5^' ra 

ITO ?raHI TO<I ^<i vilTO 5T? ^I^ITO 

^ 'i)^ (Rr ^?IC1: 

iif^t5?»i?ii)^ 5?f^CGi w *fr?n ^sra c^r^ra 

^GTO OT tffsM C^rfra Wf C^. 5fta SITfsT^S^. -SHTO ^(i fw 

TO ‘TOT^ ^ftfTO ^sne^. ^ TO C’i ^<WTTO5 Se^ 

TO ^snt^TT^ #?s 5;^ ofiTO no i ^sfr^roef?! nro^f ‘rra ^ 

fra?i src<n 'Si^ ^ to c^ (R. wn 

5n?^ TO ^ (RefsTCsp^ ^srfro tot ctor ir, ct sirfro^ ^cap 

c^ snfaTeTO Irop*^ to^tt tot’TO^ sp^nr c^TC^nesn^ ?jf;;TO 

fro #f ewf we'oi snw stt n^i 

^rro icskm to cto to cto^? ^ \ ^ too ^ito n;^ ^f^c^n 

(ij >)‘<W '^c^<p ^ail^ ?00 • 

^fsr ^*6?^ TOC*<f ^ TO ^fn I 5Toe»f c^ to ?n ^earfrov 

nRTO c^ TO TO«f =?ffra 5T^ o. TOT?f ^-n nr^i^iff^ tot 

tf^TO o, ^ ^ TOTPO 5TC^ TOO I ^nror ^rki ^'^w ^ to^r o. ^n»R 
vfl^ BTO. c^ raero totho ’tttoi to. ^ af^r rt ?? 

Siijsrfei irt^ fvfO TO?f srfsi nr^nrf^ ^ fra or ^ ^ 

n^f^ >pn;«f%To JTT ^fa^ o n^r^ ^ 5 tc^ too ^ ftroo 
nRR ?n. ’^T ?TT nrk ^i50t ^tot o nno o f^oo 

^fCfffiHi TO^ 50 ^ncB^ ^ ^<5 ^^nfsi ^n?nr*o wi o, too 

^ranCTO TO ^f»fOTOTO ST*JT n’?^ >J3TOTO O 5T0^ TO9T ^ CTO 50 TOf^f 
TO TO10? 5TC^ OI§W,fl5 onr so 5TTO ilTO a?f5R ’BR ?tWO»6o f^O 5Cfl? ’ 
80 5TTO affro Sto i)TO« ^TOR raCf i raOf TOflT CTO 

nr^ <c**^R ^ i TOCT TO?n or5^f to?t5 o^tcr O’lfiOT 

^sra-ij^ reel ishttr '^sif^SiT v£i?[^ va sutoto^-g bw to 

*5R«r tots: 50 ■^nnra? ^fsr n;^TO^'^CTO o. o5 ■'$>T<r n;^^t?<OT aro 



392 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


[27th Feb., 


f ^ I ^ ^BTTC?, ??[ ^ m ^rm ^ 

’m Wff ^ 5T^ ^-e siifwwi 

ifJCTO, Wf^ fmi 5 T^ ^ I 

wwf? ?y^ ci^ ^ff^ 

»TI ^W ^o tePl »??T^ 5T^ Pf'©?n I ‘STTOT 

^»n ^ ^srnTOT w c^5to* 5 ^ ^ ^srpi^ ;ii^ 

f^pifp® ^srpRn ‘^fRR fTf^ fw "Sn?! ^ 3 eit 

«n^ ^ ^snro^ ^birt ^ ; mf^ c^ sff^i (5 ^ ctr^ 

JTT C 3 ^ wid eT’?^ ^ 5 iOT ti)^ fw ^ c*R. c^ to cto 

w f^«fT»^ TO w{?i !?\ S 5 :«i ^ TO I *t;?i; W =tt, ^ 

c^r? snfw fw sjifsRs— ^^jRfsf^ ?nc^ ^ fro^s 

CTO 5 ?. ?n, CTO^, TO ^lf^C?l TO^. ^T^fT^r 

W>ppjf f^TO TO, TO Sto ?n^ 3 >n cw^TO 5 pr^ ^Ji*^ vpiot?i 

TO I 'ij^TO 3 ^,;tf:;^OTi^ i£i?r^ rts to i 


TO il^ ^*in TOT^ TOl^ TOT m ^]tJT - (TiT; ^ TO^TT 
CTO W 5?R ’rtro ^(PT C^'fttTO t;^s 1 PT^nC?? ^ITW^TT 

51 ;;^^ 5 !fj 3 ^ TOTO ®RI TO TO TOTO^Tl (P? TOP*f 5 :rTO iTTO 

CTOf^ >TTO TOPT PT’^ ^ffrz f<is tt CTO«n TO! tOT5R TOl 

TO ^ I OTSTSS PT^!P? C^fc^ TO C^'Q^ TO^W^ 

pro OTPR ®TO 'mf\l 'STTHfC?!^ ^ PR 51“^ R Pt<3?n ^ I PIWT TT^T ’«;r5RT 
5T^pr sSlW^ CTOP^ ’TORT CR'e?rr 5P?. P^ f*TP5 ^1T?0 RI 51^ P''G?IT 5X^ 

RT I vfl^ ^TTO'G Pi^ sflffTFTO til^ ^T^RTO TOT 5PI^ lil^ i 

TO5, TO^TTO ^ TOTO pji^nCR CP: TO PI PTT^ 

3T9PTO 51P'Q PTOT^F® WT^rfR TO TORT f^fP^ R| Pit snr?I^ TO "517^ C^«}rr<3 
Rlffilro^ TOT TO RII P^CR WrT^^TR To CRTOR RTf§^?TO^ TO^ TOI TO 
fTO^ PT^ Rlf^lro^ vilW^Cl^ TO RT fRPr«T P^?n TOC^ I 

^«fT TO^, ^ ?fw Rlf^lTOlJ ^Birfsi W'^TRTPIT ’TO«t ^^fel f^fT® 
5T^ P PT^ RTf^lroJ TORI?T ^ R?I. TO vflfoTOTOlST PTR RT TO ^^PTlf^ PTR - 
PPTSP*^ Prf'SfR^ R?[ PI^ ?rTO PTR'A?! PIWT'G C^t^'Q 

5jPCI[ vu fro?^ R*vf*Tfr®i^ f?^5TCTO *cW wTO^*t <pcflT^. ^n*TT vfl f<^p fyp^rpNj 
TO I T 5 fflT^ v£| fTO?T TOO fRp'*! PO?TT TOCf ^IPT#^P 1 S ’T^R^PRj P^ 5 niR;C?|iS 1 ^ 
TORT TO ^ R;?CTO P R*[f^ Pi^ PmRP5»R PITOO PPT^TfO TOT 

TOT 5 "TOR PT^ *B|R,^ 1 W ^OTST — PT^ R*lt^ ’ 3 RTTTPT WR PPR Pf^TT PIPF 

STOPPER iJPT fTO5 TOO CTOT TO*i TO5. PT9T7??rT ^ p<fT TO 

PPT^O ’TORT RT RI[^ TOT SfPfPSR 'iii^W TO’^ TOT ’S^CA I T!?r TOR 
R?I Pf. CTOPT ’TORT f*fP5 TOTT, TO’Pf J^XITCf. TOW PI’TOR «fT®RT R;;^ 

TOfT WW I ’OT Wf? TOPS TO TO^ CWT^ CWT^ 'SgTOfTORT^ TOT ^IT ^PR R^TO- 

?JR?T WteRI TOT TOR. m\ TOITIWT^ 4j?fTO TOT TOR. PTfR*t^ TOT^ SfRI 

C^t^TOTR ’SflPT $TWRW WRT PT^ GT^I PWR ?PPPl^ PT^TT^ TOP5 ^9TP5 RT I »il 

RT TOT 'ST&'S Pn^ TOFTO[ 5fRT 'SWfWTJ ^HCWR ^BTlfsT 'Bl |^<} i>t f*Tp5 ‘^T?r I 

8 J. Bhadri Bahadur Hamal: 

^-TOfPRT tot to;r \ 



1958.] J^bJfAXDS FOR (tKAXTS fVOTK OX AFI OFXT) 803 

The Hon’blf Bimal Chandra Sinha: 

W TO frof^, sic«n c iSR i 

fv55?»f^ TO#I? TOT TOC^ I TO'Q ^>00 ?rr?lOT 

vflC^T 5f^®f ^^1 ( 

[540 — 5-50 p.ni.] 

8]. Pramatha Nath Dhibar: 

The Hon’ble Bimal Chandra Sinha: 

TO W TO I ^’fTCTO TOC**f 

I 'OjiTii i) ??r^o i 'srnsrRj f*Tr^r?i (i)^* 

'5n'sn?f ^ cii(*\i> vsl^ i 

<41< W, i) f^TOI 'STTO^ I ^^TTOT, 

C^-CTO #TOT^ TOC^ - ^rfsi ^ 

c^. I c^spsT^ *f?f^ fr^csr c^nf*i 

TO C^. 8(i CTO iinfsTC’TO CTO^PT I TO Sf^T 

^TO57?n?r1 c^cTO^ TO f^^TO'Q ^snro to? ^tcw ^rfsf vij$^ 

C^. .2 CTO ^5r?Tlc^ C^^rCM TOf?I CTO ^CTO^T C^^IIC^ 
TOCfiT I TOI^ TO'G WRf ff^ TOT^ TO HI I 

51$ c^. ■'Snf^r f?TC^ to;^ ^ to c^-c^th 

C57^, 'S(T®'C^ 'STffvT^ ?^C6^ STW I '$IISfC^ ^1?[] 

viiTO (TEi. ?rftf hi ?'?i ssi5:cs? to^'to^ 

^'CC : C^^ITCH ^;»I, Z^ ^I^Ci'I Sfjf^ 5.(?1 ^l] H?l. ^fl$ 

51^ il2T? <IlTO ^TOI HI^ ilTO W^f?lfl^ TO Z$U<i^. TO 

r>fH-S<I ^ih: CC^9[] H^<T ?IT TTO.^ TOI^. TO ^1 %^m TOf 

TO C^TOT5 5iH Hit C^lt 5|^H 7if:®I<1siOT JTICT 

?[fpf «ric^ C^I. TO HC>f 5IT^C^ TO! iSrfsRI 

v£srH ?i^Hcc c^, TO^^c^^ C55 :t?it htot To, toc^ 'srif?! <3^^ 171. "sirsTC^ fU 

^ITWCTO $tT?:i5I TOTTO^ ^ H?I I ^b'l/(i ’TICST Sr?TO C^>e!?n TOf^"^ 

TOi TO^^;CTOI TOCW. IKz TO fn i ^Rl 

7f:«5T 7T?S^. 7ir«^ CcTIH vl]$ Tto TOTin TO*t?I 

^rsTp^ ii^TOTc^ fro ^ - iifro ^sn^wj ^piiro. 'ofro^ 

^51^ ttttot to 5to tot® to mc*^ mc^n 

TOHn TOf? ^SITO TOITJ ‘^. TOW TOini CTO TfCKfl?: CH$ C^, TOrC^ ff’J ?ITWT?I 

sncH toto:^?! 5n^*tH tocs^ cto?i 1? snw c^ 

CSTOT^ TO^5H^ CW5 51$. nf»5^ ^^T^snc^ C^^ 51$. ^ =9PTO >1*^ 

^I 

8j. Baaanta Kumar Panda; 

C^TTOI (i ^ ftf 0317^ ilITf$f5f»rH iinC# 5TSTC $»^wW5to1^ STI^. ^TTO, C^ 

TOi c^w^ $»trc9^ ^o4»^ 5nw?i ^fWc5ic»S c^ ^c^ c’lcw c’T’i^I^ 

^«iT;f5T CH^m TOCf smCHW TO TOCf ? 

The Hon^ble Bimal Chandra Sinha: 

vfl$>oi fe$5^ $H^* R vm ^snca, cro tot^ c^ $wf*fi w 
errfsi ii^ vflncsrf»®^ fee? to? tfl^nifera TOm5HT? ?;;c?Tir to i 
5p?e*? TOT? TO TO? fro 5TO CTO ht \ ?mh1? Tf^ si?rT"n? toi? 
mzx ^W wU ^ f*TC^ ^JXWz TOfe?^ ^ \ 



ZH 


ASSEMBLY PROCEEDINGS 


f 27 rH Feb., 


SJ. Saroj Roy: 

OR -TOOR AT® S *n>! ^ t4H^ 41^ 

1 ^' 6 IW ^*RfOTR ^ 5 Tr*R ? 

Tho Hofi’bte Bimal ChancN^a Sinha: 

'snro iicoT^ ^snfsi ^ i 

[;>-;»() — (i |).]n.] 

The Hon’bie Kali Pada Mocker jee: 

5 n 5 R*l?f w:^ to <3 

5,11®^ “'41^ *TRT vi)^ 

c*fRTO C5^ I to} ^ c^, jf;;^-ii^P0R srtol^ ^^ifTn ^ ^ 

ton <3 ^ sfTO a^»i 

U, wto VRH*!?! '^to -e a^»i 

CTO CTO CTO ^ra^rsTc^ to 

ac^ ^tto:«ri ^sn^^er anR to. ii?iic^<3 rf^i aero c<?fc^ 

to;?j ^ f^i ^nf^r croror ^lorc^ »iTto, »f;«w <3 a;to^ wc®*f?r fro 

CTO ^»<;;?n toc^ ^\m ^c»<j 1 ^srr^ TO7 ?i 

HJC»«i?i ^ f^R a;to 

toia to; TOitoR I ‘fTO. c^TO aito- 

a;«a^T 2 otci 5, arto <3 »t;«w?^ ^ ^esa 

TOiton I TO iiTO Saf^a^ W 5 c ^<3 ^ RCi to ^ 

aaesj^ viiTO TO ca, 5 ^< 3 TO a^ ^zac^ 1 

^'QTO ilSR a'TOT TOP^I^ TO 5:C?ICf >IT?I (RTO 

vsa^i TO,X aTf»4 fTO^'^n?? 1 kf^i toc^^i to<; ^csiz^ 

ca. ^a^a!' 9 TO i\\m >aiR rs^i c^.^t sj^ir^ r^ ^£!TO 

>r“^i I cbiai^ sR^r-s ^i^^i<5 ai^TTO^ S’Ri ?ica^ 1 ■snf^ iiate ^c?to] 

ScBracarai ^^air toi i sfn?? itjto^ a?<R^arR atoa^i ^<^1 
^T5ITO CTO CTO W, 5I^a aTC?R ^Tl. ato?a»R TP-^C*^ 

ifjpfrf^ ^Kicwi atoanci^ ^c»*i c^r ww, 

totosRi toirto ^ac^ am to?r ^sra^ ca ’^r’n^toJT wia 
TOfcna Srr?^ TOtoa to ^srea TO«a5" az^r asnarr^ to 

TO^aro aro TO«T toa iaoirto 5^1 a^rc^ 

a:i«^ ’f'aw vcasai to, ^Jiciq wf ooof^ caz 5 a:to to aro CRait ^ 
^srr^ azac? iia^ csto TOarma sspaarf^ jmaiCJ^? ^ifa^asia to 
jpa^ »T;a; ^ rj. 57^3^ TOa? aro acai ^o faR 4 a^'mas to 

??i 'fla^ CTO^ aiaon TOsa TOa aa tot tot«tc^ faRca CRia*t tof® «iia^ 
TOTO aTO aaf^ toi c’tto toci i ^ wv^, to ai^^la aw Sltona 
caa 5ROaa acacia ca, ar^arcwcaa aali ^as anaa^ tot?^ acto iia? a^tora 
fsrfwsra 5 [fa. \5to^ vsat aa^^n cac^ w^\ atotancaa amr^ ^ c^i 
to^ to atof W5T ca Sftr ascaci^?. iraia ^ ca^ ^ ^ "^m^rtPQsi 
^rrfi voaica ^caa^Si atorarR Wbi--'^:5)(5o aica arrarcwca caaiw ^,'boof§ ^sraaf^ 
lector ^ TO TO^ aica to to >ncn 8>>oT& toci : aaito a^an to 
^k>(io aica :5>q(it^. to qq^j^ii afaTO icacn atoifa ai yfa caaica area 
TOia \f\f\fU atato izato to ^0 TOia Jrcaci : ^>>(ko area aasrw croca 
e^ef$ a^ato icato, to ca^ icaci soof^ 1 aasroica TOaia atoia 
^cod I * 0 ^ ^a^aia afa a»a^ ^Kaa ca. aRP«na waaf® 5taci TOza ca^ ac^ 
araara ii^ to to; aai TOtoi acacia a;^acaa *»;W«to afaa^ 



1958 ] ^jEMAXDS for GRAN