What are the duties of the Speaker..!?

* election of Speaker by MLAs.
* Tenure of Speaker for 5 years.
* Power to control MLAs.

Andhra Pradesh assembly sessions will start from Friday. In the background of the formation of a new government in AP, those who won as MLAs are holding special assembly meetings to take oath. On this occasion, let us know how the speaker's election and the speaker's duties will be. The election of the Speaker is very important in assembly meetings. One of the winners as MLAs will be elected as Speaker of the Assembly. Most of the MLAs belonging to the ruling party will be the speaker. It is reported that Ayyannapatra will get the post of speaker this time. To get the post of Speaker, you must win as an MLA. After taking oath as an mla in the assembly, he should take charge as Speaker. According to Article 178 of our Constitution of India... this election will be held.
Speaker's duties and powers:

The duties of the speaker of the assembly in the legislative assembly are mentioned in rule 7, 8, 9. In the assembly, the speaker acts as a coordinator between the members. Only the speaker has the right to act on any legislator. If the speaker gets angry, anyone can be sent out of the assembly. And the bills brought by the government will be approved. But if the government brings controversial bills, they hold a vote and then move on. Then if there are votes against the government, the speaker will go the same way.

And if any mla resigns, the Speaker has the right to accept it. The speaker also has the right to disqualify the MLAs who violate the constitution. The tenure of such Speaker shall be five years. But if the Speaker resigns in between, he has to give his resignation letter to the Deputy Speaker. MLAs can also move a motion of no confidence to remove the Speaker. According to Article 94, the Speaker of the assembly can be removed. And the salaries of assembly Speakers will be more than one lakh. In each state, each speaker receives a different salary.

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