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The parliament Of India is the apex legislative organ of India comprising of 2 houses Lok Sabha-called house of the people and Rajya Sabha- called council of states. Parliament or Sansad is the chief law-making wing of the country. An issue becomes a law when it is passed by majority members of both the houses and after the consent of President. Lok sabha or the upper house comprises members up to 552 according to the constitution (81act) of India of which the people directly on the basis of adult suffrage elect 520, 20 are from Union Territories and other 2 are nominated by the president from Anglo-Indian communities. The term of Lok sabha is 5 years and after that re-elections take place. The prime minister is chosen from the Lok Sabha, so it has superior activities over the Rajya sabha. Rajya sabha is the upper house consisting of 245 members. Out of 245, 233 members are elected from the assemblies of the respective states and the remaining 12 members are nominated by the president having artistic and social reputation and excellence. The prime function of both the houses is to pass the laws and realise it into action through various steps of the administration or by decentralising the power. It also considers all the matters of the country and takes steps to settle it out. The annual budget and railway budget of the govt are presented in the parliament where the annual expenditure is maintained. In addition various issues are discussed and answered here in order to take effective measures to root out the problem.
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