no. if mps hold any office of profit, they will neither deliver impartially, nor will they focus on the issues for which they have been elected.
there is no conflict between holding the post of a member of Parliament and an office of profit. If one is capable of managing both responsibilities, why not'
absolutely not. if MPs hold offices of profit, they will only use them towards their own selfish interests.
St Xavier's College, Calcutta
of course not. No person who is in a position of political power should be given the opportunity to exploit this power for profit.
why should they' MPs are paid a handsome remuneration. Besides, if they do their work as MPs diligently, how will they get the time to discharge their duties in an office of profit'
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