It's been 6 years since we had a Parliamentary session that wasn't a massive washout. In trying to "exercise" democracy, our legislators are proving exactly why we don't deserve it. A simple majority doesn't help. All it takes is 20 apes in the well of the house, and the day's business is kaput. Today they're asking for Raje, Chauhan, and Swaraj to resign. Even if they do, they'll pick up another issue (eg: "farmer suicides," OROP, etc.,) and hijack the house. Over the past decade, the opposition has discovered a way to run a shadow-government that gets things done for its constituents and benefactors, by holding lawmaking by the ruling party to ransom. This NECESSITATES a law, maybe even a constitutional amendment, which prevents disruptions to our lawmaking processes by disruptions in the Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies. Said law should empower the speaker/chairperson of the house to immediately expel erroneous legislators who are disrupting the house by physical force, and disallow certain kinds of behavior such as speaking out of turn, creating a commotion, bringing "exhibits" into the house. Disruptive legislators are expelled on live television, repeat offenders are suspended, and IPC imposed on worse elements (such as one legislator pulling out a pepper-spray and injuring dozens of MPs, in 2014.) MPs should be subject to security checks like any other visitor. Maybe only the speaker/chairpersons, and members of the Union Cabinet must be exempt. Such a law should be adapted for even State Legislative Assemblies, which is where statistically, a majority of the lawmaking takes place. Discuss.