The members of parliament are free to raise any matter, which according to them is important, during
  • a)
    Adjournment motion.
  • b)
    Question hour.
  • c)
    No confidence motion.
  • d)
    Zero hour.
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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SAURAV KUMAR answered May 12, 2020
Zero Hour where members are free to raise any matter that they think is important (though the ministers are not bound to reply), half-an –hour discussion on matters of public importance, adjournment motion etc. are some instruments of exercising control.

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