Seriously? Are these are the questions being raised in a State Assembly? A sampling below (Telangana Assembly, 9 Mar 1953) –

*32 (148) Shri Srihari (Kinwat): Will the hon. Minister for Public Works be pleased to state:
(a) “Whether it is a fact that no water tap is provided in the Inspection Bungalow at Adilabad, in spite of the tap water provision in the town for the last six years?
(b) If so, whether the Government would consider to make provision of the water pipe in the Inspection Bungalow?

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*34 (4) Shri M. Buchiah : Will the hon. Minister for Public Health, Medical and Education be pleased to state:
(a) the number of working hours per day and per week fixed for the Medical Officers in the City and Districts ?
(b) Whether it is a fact that Medical Officers are some times required to work for 24 hours a, day ?
(c) Whether such emergency arose more than once in a week?

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*35 (48) Shrimati S. Laxmibai (Bhanswada) : Will the hon. Minister for Public Health, Medical and Education be pleased to state:
(a) the strength of (i) staff, (ii) the number of students at the Chaderghat Craft’s School for Girls ?
(b) the annual expenditure incurred on the school?
(c) whether there is any arrangement for coaching the students through the regional languages?
(d) If so the number of students in each such sections ?

This is answered.

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20 (37) Shri Ch. Venkat Ram Rao : Will the hon. Minister for Public Health, Medical and Education be pleased to state :
(a) Whether there was a strike in the High School of Rajwara in Adilabad district in the month of January, 1953 ?
(b) Whether it is a fact that the Head Master of the above said school, struck off the names of some students from the School Register ?

The answer below. Students rusticated because they refused to go on an excursion? And is it something you are supposed to debate in an Assembly?

Shri Devisingh Chauhan: (a) Yes, on the 21st January, 1953.
(b) Names of 35 students of 9th and 10th Classes were struck off by the Headmaster from the Class Registers (but not from the Admission Register) for refusal to pay one anna six pies each as excursion fees. After three days, the boys attended the school and were readmitted.

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