explain the privileges and immunities of parliament and its members

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        Members of both the Houses of Parliament are some privileged. The purpose of parliamentary privileges is to protect Parliament’s freedom, authority and dignity. These are the privileges without whom Parliament members can not discharge their acts. Under Article 105 (3) and Article 194 (3), it has been provided that all the privileges of Parliament received 1950 members and comments of the ‘House of Commons’ of the UK Parliament. Under a debate, the Supreme Court determined if the situation of conflict between the Parliament arises, then the privileges will be preached, because they are indecent provisions.

        These privileges can be divided into two parts

        1. Whose members are used by them.
        From arrest: Each member will receive immunity from arrest in civil cases during a period of 40 days before the session or a meeting of a committee or for a joint convention, but in the criminal cases or the method of preventive detention in criminal cases Not under the arrest.

        Immunity from presence as a witness: When the session of the Parliament is going on, then any member can not be bound to testify in the court without the permission of the House.

        Speech Freedom: It was said in the House or any of its committees, for any member, a dispute can not be brought. But, this does not mean that the member came down on the contempt of the House. Also, according to Article 121, the highest court or the duty of a judge of the High Court is in some way other than the proceedings of impeachment.
        He will not be discussed in any committee.

        2. Collective privilege of the House
        The right to stop the publication of the Sadan or the publication of the proceedings.

        Ordering strangers to go out of the House.

        To regulate the internal matters of the House and to say anything within the wall of Parliament House, immunity from the court investigation.

        The right to publish parliamentary malpractice

        Privilege of punishing members and external persons etc.

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