Parliamentary Attendance: NCP MP Udayan Raje Bhosle fails

Mumbai: The direct heir of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Nationalist Congress Party’s Member of Parliament Udayan Raje Bhosale failed in attendance in the Parliament. According to a survey report, Raje was present in the House only for 27 per cent days.

He never asked any question, nor participated in any debate during the last five years. He ranked first from last position. The term of the 16th Lok Sabha will end on May 16. The last session of the Parliament was over on Wednesday. Ashok Chavan, state president of Maharashtra ranked second from the last. He was present for 42 percent days. However, he asked 898 questions and participated for nine times in debates on various issues.

Bharatiya Janata Party MP Preetam Munde from Beed ranked third from last and was present for 54 percent days. Sanjay Jadhav of Shiv Sena from Parbhani ranked fourth from last and was present on 55 per cent days. Arvind Sawant, Sena MP from South Mumbai ranked first in topmost MPs. He attended the House for 98 percent days. He was followed by Kirit Somaiya, Supriya Sule, Sunil Gaikwad from Latur and Rahul Shewale of Sena.

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