Delhi Legislative Assembly
Calling Attention

(Under Rule - 54)

SIXTH ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Subject Remarks
1. Sh. Vishesh Ravi 22-08-2019 8th
( Part-II)
Called the attention of Minister of Urban Development 'situation arising out of the demolition of Historical Temple of Guru Ravi Das in Tuglakabad area by DDA'
2. Sh. Somnath Bharti 21-12-2018 7th
(Part-V)
Called the attention of Minister of Home on 'alleged disappearance of Sant Gopaldas, renowned activist fighting for the cause of conservation of Ganges and Himalaya.'
3. Sh. Ajay Datt 26-11-2018 7th
(Part-IV)
Called the attention of the Government towards 'Abolishing National Pension System (NPS) and reinstate the old Pension System in the interest of lakhs of Government Servants'.
4. Ms. Rakhi Birla 03-04-2018 7th
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Minister of Urban Development towards ‘hardships being faced by the ‘Safai Karamcharis’ of MCDs due to non-regularization of their services and lack of other basic facilities ’.
5. Ms. Rakhi Birla 02-04-2018 7th
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Minister of Social Welfare towards ‘situation arising out of the decision of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India regarding Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989’
6. Ms. Alka Lamba 27-03-2018 7th
Called the attention of the Minister of Home towards “security of women and demanded that stalking be made a non bailable offence and necessary legislation be introduced by the Government”
7. Sh. Vijender Gupta 26-03-2018 7th
Called the attention of Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister regarding “measures adopted by the private schools of Delhi to increase their pass percentage in Board exams and the mental pressure suffered by the Students”
8. Sh. Pankaj Pushkar;
Sh Prakash Jarwal;
Sh Manoj Kumar;
Sh Amanatullah Khan
23-03-2018 7th
Called the attention of Minister of Food & Supply towards ‘the delay in implementation of doorstep delivery of ration’
9. Sh. Raju Dhingan 20-03-2018 7th
Called the attention of the Minister of Urban Development regarding 'Dumping of garbage by NOIDA authority in Gazipur Land filling'
10. Sh. Sanjeev Jha 10-10-2017 6th
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Minister of Transport 'regarding situation arising out of hike in Delhi Metro Fare.'
11. Sh. Jarnail Singh 09-08-2017 5th
(Part-V)
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister towards 'the alleged deficiencies in implementation of mid-day meal scheme in Schools.'
12. Sh. Adarsh Shastri 03-07-2017 5th
(Part-IV)
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Minister of SC/ST towards 'the Report of Delhi Dialogue Commission on the Scholarships to children of SC/ST and other needful groups.'
13. Sh. Rajendra Pal Gautam 30-09-2016 4th
(Part-IV)
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Minister of Health towards 'the situation arising out of spread of vector borne diseases in Delhi.'
14. Sh. Nitin Tyagi 09-09-2016 4th
(Part-III)
Called the attention of the Hon'ble Minister of Home towards' the alleged leakage of details of Chief Minister’s security leading to breach of security of the elected Chief Minister.'
15. Sh. Rajendra Pal Gautam 26-08-2016 4th
(Part-II)
Called the attention of the house towards 'the media reports alleging that the C&AG's Special audit report has found fault with the advertising by the Government of NCT of Delhi'
16. Sh. Kailash Gahlot 24-08-2016 4th
(Part-II)
Called the attention of the House towards 'the policy of Niti Ayog in formulation and implementation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes which are allegedly against the federal scheme as laid down in the Constitution. '
17. Sh. Amanatullah Khan 23-08-2016 4th
(Part-II)
Called the attention of the House towards 'restoration of Wakf land to the Wakf Board from the control of DDA.'
18. Sh. Somnath Bharti 22-08-2016 4th
(Part-II)
Called the attention of the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister towards 'the issue of problems arising out of use of Chinese Manjha.'
19. Sh. Vijender Gupta 13-06-2016 4th
Called the attention of the House on 'the issue of alleged corruption in purchase of water tankers by the Delhi Jal Board.'
20. Sh. Jitender Singh Tomar 31-03-2016 3rd
Called the attention of the House 'towards construction of under-bridge at Rampura railway crossing.'
21. Sh. Rajendra Pal Gautam 02-12-2015 2nd
Called the attention of the House 'towards slow process of recruitment by Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board'
22. Sh. Gulab Singh 01-12-2015 2nd
Called the attention of the House towards 'directions of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation to its officers to not accompany the MLAs’ for area visits.'
23. Sh. Ajesh Yadav 24-11-2015 2nd
Called the attention of the House regarding 'incident of fire in his constituency in which 05 people of a family living in a Jhuggi died.'
24. Sh. Somnath Bharti 29-06-2015 1st
(Part-IV)
Called the attention of the House regarding' various documents to be laid on the table of the House.' He stated that the copies of various documents & reports being laid on the table of the House in different languages should be given only in the language preferred by the Members.
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FIFTH ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Ssubject Remarks
1. Dr. Harsh Vardhan 13-02-2014 1st
(Part-II)
Sought to know about the notice given regarding alleged misbehaviour with the women of African origin
2. Dr. Harsh Vardhan 07-01-2014 1st
(Part-II)
Sought to know about the decisions regarding 'providing basic amenities to the families of Pakistani Hindus and negligence of Chanan Devi Hospital Administration.
FOURTH ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Ssubject Remarks
1. Sh. Mukesh Sharma;
Shri Subhash Chopra ;
Shri Neeraj
30-08-2011 8th
Called the attention of Minister of Power regarding hike in power tariff by DERC and mismanagement of the power companies.
2. Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra;
Sh. Saheb Singh Chauhan
14-12-2009 3rd
Called the attention of Transport Minister towards the situation arising of incidents of fire occurring in low floor buses of Delhi Transport Corporation.
3. Dr. Jagdish Mukhi 16-06-2009 2nd
Called the attention of the Minister of Health regarding the spread of Swine flu in Delhi
THIRD ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Subject Remarks
1. Dr. Jagdish Mukhi 28-12-2007 12th
Called the attention of the Transport minister to sought clarification on the death of a student in Blue line bus.
2. Dr. Jagdish Mukhi 26-09-2005 5th
Called the attention of the Minister of Transport towards ‘issue of Optical Smart Cards by the Department of Transport.’
3. Sh. O P Babber 22-03-2005 4th
Drew the attention of the Chief Minister on the incident of gang rape in Bawana.
4. Dr. Kiran Walia 25-03-2004 1th
(Part-II)
Called the attention of the Chief Minister towards recent incidences of rape and murder of women including foreigners in Delhi.
5. Sh. Rambir Singh Bidhuri 23-12-2003 1th
(PartI)
Called the attention of the Chief Minister towards the problems faced by the people of Delhi due to the confusion arising out of the implementation of Conditional Access System (CAS) for cable television in Delhi.
SECOND ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Subject Remarks
1. Sh. Tarvinder Singh Marwah 28-07-2003 16th
(Part-III)
Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the incident involving the Hon’ble Deputy Speaker in which she was injured while attempting to stop demolition of Jhuggies in the Delhi Cantonment Area.
2. Smt. Kiran Chaudhary 27-11-2002 15th
 Called the attention of the Minister of Health towards the recent spurt of HIV infection in Delhi and the need to control the menace on war footing.
3. Sh. Nand Kishore Garg ;
Dr. SC Vats
09-04-2002 12th
Called the attention of the minister of Finance towards the recent incidents of death caused due to consumption of spurious liquor.
4. Sh. Nand Kishore Garg 04-04-2002 12th
Called the attention of the minister of Power and Transport to the situation arising out of disconnection of electricity of Gardening Department due to non-payment of Bill resulting in threat to greenery and environment of Delhi.
5. Smt. Kiran Chaudhary;
Sh. Arvinder Singh Lovely
28-03-2002 12th
Called the attention of the Minister of Health towards the situation arising out of large-scale circulation of spurious medicines all over Delhi.
6. Sh. Ramakant Goswami;
Sh. Bheeshm Sharma
21-12-2001 11th
Called the attention of the Chief Minister towards the situation arising out of  the alleged confession of terrorists that the Delhi Legislative Assembly was also  a target of their attack
7. Shri Jile Singh Chauhan;
Shri Mahabal Mishra;
Shri Arvinder
19-12-2001 11th
Called the attention of the Chief Minister towards the feeling of insecurity, fear and terror among Delhiites as a result of terrorist strikes in the capital.
8. Sh. Mukesh Sharma;
Dr. Jagdish Mukhi
25-09-2001 10th
Called the attention of the Minister of Food & supplies towards the problem of non-availability of food grains to the people living below the poverty line from Public distribution system.
9. Sh. Arvinder Singh Lovely 09-04-2001 8th
Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the situation arising out of the blast in CNG cylinder of a car in East Delhi.
10. Sh. Ramakant Goswami 29-11-2000 7th
(Part-1)
Called the attention of the minister of Urban development to the situation arising out of rampant corruption prevailing in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
11. Sh. Kanwar Karan Singh 24-12-1999 4th
Called the attention of the Minister of Urban Development to the situation arising out of arbitrary and in discriminatory demolitions being conducted by D.D.A and MCD in various parts of Delhi
12. Sh. Ramakant Goswami 23-12-1999 4th
Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the alleged filing of case by the Police against Sh. Parvez Hashmi, Minister of Transport.
13. Sh. Subhash Chopra;
Sh. Mukesh Sharma
10-09-1999 3th
Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of resentment among the political parties and workers over alleged biased role of Delhi Police during the just concluded Lok Sabha elections.
14. Sh. Subhash Chopra 08-04-1999 2nd
Called the attention of the Minister of Education on the situation arising out of The charging of a heavy sum of Rs. 320 from each JJ dweller for electric connections in 1995 and non- utilization of the money for the purpose it was collected and non-refund thereof so far.
15. Sh. Subhash Chopra 01-04-1999 2nd
Called the attention of the Minister of Social Welfare to the situation arising out of the extreme nuisance created by mushrooming growth of beggars at every intersection of the road resulting in increased cases of accidents, snatchings etc.
16. Sh. Mukesh Sharma;
Sh. Sushil Chaudhary;
Sh. Sahab Singh Chauhan
26-03-1999 2nd
Called the attention of the Health Minister to the situation arising out of the illness of hundreds of person(s) in Delhi due to consumption of adulterated Kuttu flour.
17. Prof. Jagdish Mukhi;
Sh. Shoib Iqbal
24-03-1999 2nd
Called the attention of the Chief minister on fire tragedy in Yamuna Pushta area near Vijay Ghat and consequent deaths and loss of Property.
FIRST ASSEMBLY
Sl. No. Name of the
Member/Minister
Date Session Subject Remarks
1. Sh. Deep Chand Bandhu 01-04-1998 Called the attention of the minister of Health and Education towards the disappointment and frustration among the students and their parents due to difficult Mathematics paper for class 10thExamination of the Board of Secondary Education
2. Sh. Mukesh Sharma; Sh. Suraj Prasad Paliwal 25-03-1998 Called the attention of the Chief Minister about the destruction of crops as a result of unprecedented hailstorm on the eve of Holi
3. Sh. Alok Kumar 31-12-1997 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the inconvenience being caused to the public due to lack of staff against sanctioned posts in grade III &IV category in Delhi Government.
4. Sh. Rambir Singh Bidhuri 30-12-1997 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of non-extension of civic amenities to the residents of the Unauthorized colonies in Delhi.
5. Sh. Jai Kishan 28-08-1997 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of reduction of financial assistance to the migrants of Punjab and Kashmir and disconnection of their water and electricity connections.
6. Sh. Rambir Singh Bidhuri 20-03-1997 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of supply of polluted and contaminated water from Yamuna to the residents of Delhi
7. Sh. Mewa Ram Arya 08-01-1997 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of the Bomb blasts in Delhi on 4th January, 1997
8. Prof. P.K Chandla 22-03-1996 Called the attention of Chief minister to the situation arising out of the closure of main market of Delhi in view of the possible implementation of 'Delhi Rent Act'.
9. Sh. Jag Parvesh Chandra 21-03-1996 Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the situation arising out of the open manholes left uncovered and unattended due to the negligence of the civic body resulting in several deaths and injuries particularly to small children in various localities in Delhi
10. Sh. Rambir Singh Bidhuri 19-03-1996 Called the attention of the Health Minister to the situation arising out of the manufacturing of adulterated milk and its supply in Delhi
11. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 09-08-1995 Called the attention of the Minister of Food & civil supplies to the situation arising out of large scale irregularities in preparation, distribution etc. of Photo identity cards to the voters of Delhi.
12. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 08-08-1995 Called the attention of the Minister of Industries to the situation arising out the death of inmates and sexual abuse of females in Tihar Jail
13. Sh. Mewa Ram Arya 04-04-1995 Called the attention of the Minister of Industries on the situation arising out of closure of some departments of Swatantra Bharat Mills, DCM silk Mills and DCM synthetics situated on the Najafgarh road thereby leaving around 6000 unemployed.
14. Sh. Jag Parvesh Chandra 03-04-1995 Called the attention of Minister of Health on the situation arising out of non-observance of strict visiting hours in Delhi hospitals resulting in thousands of people thronging to see their patients daily thus carrying and spreading infectious communicable diseases at an alarming rate which is threatening to engulf the entire population of Delhi
15. Sh. Nand Kishore Garg 31-03-1995 Called the attention of the Development Minister to the situation arising out of the Supreme court judgement directing the closure and shifting out of Delhi about 9000 pollutant and hazardous industrial units.
16. Sh. Ram Niwas Goel 29-03-1995 Called the attention of the Development minister on the situation arising due to threatened closure of aided schoolsfor non-payment of huge amount of arrears in respect of House tax, electricity, water etc. and for non-provision of facilities at par with Government schools
17. Sh. Satish Chandra Khandelwal 28-03-1995 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of change in areas of various zones of Sadar Paharganj, city zones and Civil lines which would adversely affect the citizens regarding the provision of civic amenities and cause hardships to them.
18. Sh. Deep Chand Bandhu 27-03-1995 Called the attention of Finance Minister to the situation arising out of sale of Beef (Cow-meat) in Delhi Hotels.
19. Sh. Vinod Kumar Sharma 24-03-1995 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of the non- availability of drinking water in various J.J clusters and N.D.M.C areas including Government Colonies.
20. Sh. Ajay Maken 23-03-1995 Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the situation arising out of the recent encroachment of DDA/Govt. land situated by the side of Alpana Cinema near Tagore Park by some colonizers and alleged illegal sale thereof by carving out plots.
21. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 22-03-1995 Called the attention of the Health Minister to the situation arising due to the detection of HIV positive( AIDS) cases mainly in women patients in Delhi
22. Sh. Jag Parvesh Chandra 21-03-1995 Called the attention of the Health minister to the situation arising due to the strike of over 800 nurses and other members of Staff of Moolchand hospital, Delhi
23. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 23-12-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of the non-issue of 'No Objection Certificate for grant of water and electricity connections in respect of unauthorized colonies which came into existence before 31st March on the grounds of them falling in the development area.
24. Sh. Nand Kishore Garg 22-12-1994 Called the attention of the Finance Minister to the situation arising out of the continued strike by the Kirana merchants against the harassment caused to them by Sales Tax Department.
25. Dr. A.K. Walia 21-12-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out the frequent breakdown of electricity and non-replacement of faulty cable lines and transformers.
26. Sh. Rajesh Sharma 26-08-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising due tounrest,resentment and demoralisation of DANI civil service officers who are backbone of the Government of Delhi
27. Sh. Deep Chand Bandhu 24-08-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from water logging in various parts of Delhi, consequent insanitary conditions and spread of diseases.
28. Sh. O.P. Babbar 11-04-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the situation arising out of unauthorised encroachment of public parks and lands by constructing and running of 4 schools on such lands at Uttam Nagar, J Block, Anand Vihar, Shish Ram park(Bindapur road) and Rajapuri (Uttam Nagar) by close relations and friends of an M.L.A belonging to Congress-I and also to the situation created by the unauthorisedly carving and selling Sethi Enclave and by encroachment of footpaths and roads in connivance with an M.L.A and officials of the area who had extorted money in the form of rent etc. from the unauthorised occupants and innocent people.
29. Sh. Jai Kishan 07-04-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of lack of civic amenities in the camp inhabited by the persons who have migrated from Jammu & Kashmir and Punjab.
30. Sh. Ram Bhaj 04-04-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of the strike by the butchers on the restrictions imposed on the number of animals to be slaughtered in the slaughter house.
31. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 31-03-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from non-implementation of water and sewer schemes in such colonies which have been issued N.O.C and proposed enhancement of development charges in those colonies
32. Sh. Ajay Maken 29-03-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from the acute shortage of drinking water in South Delhi in ensuing summer of due to non-commissioning of the water treatment plant at Haiderpur and non-completion of water mains for carrying water to different colonies of South Delhi.
33. Sh. Mukesh Sharma 23-03-1994 Called the attention of the Development Minister to the situation arising from the leakageof question papers of class VIII, IX and XI in Delhi schools.
34. Sh. Gauri Shankar Bharadwaj 18-03-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from the demolition of the Jain temple at Pushpanjali Enclave, Pitampura by D.D.A by any notice.
35. Sh. Mewa Ram Arya 15-03-1994 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising out of the increased terrorist activities in Delhi.
36. Sh. Chand Ram 29-12-1993 Called the attention of the Development Minister to the alleged land scandal in Rural Delhi.
37. Sh. Nand Kishore Garg 24-12-1993 Called the attention of the Chief Minister on the situation arising out of non-supply of electricity without notice by DESU.
38. Sh. Prem Singh 23-12-1993 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from the road cleaning campaign
39. Sh. Ram Bhaj 21-12-1993 Called the attention of the Chief Minister to the situation arising from the problem of drinking water in Delhi.

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