Is the voting which was conducted yesterday in the Parliament should have been disclosed with the names of the members who cross-voted? In general sessions when voting takes place thorugh secret ballot the names of the persons who voted to the ruling party or who voted to the opposition party are not disclosed as specifically voter's name in the Parliament are not disclosed?
Hence in the media the names of the cross-voters who cross-voted yesterday were disclosed very openely and might cause rage among people of the party and in general. Hence the specific name of the members should have been disclosed? The no. and the party of the members can be disclosed but it is not violation if the names of that member are disclosed which will hamper their voting right?
Dharmshi ji, you are correct disclosing the names of cross-voted MP's will leads to rage between party & its members. But yesterday agenda was a national cause, were as every MP of the house irrespective of the party he belongs has a right to vote as per his wish & which he thinks True. Hence nothing is wrong in disclosing the name of voter(MP's) not it is a violation.
As per my point of View, if there is open disclouser of the voting results by showing who voted in favour or agianst then, it will not sevr the main object of Voting. As per its fundamental object, it should be keep as a confidential. Otherwise it will lead a vast contraversy in Political Parties. Rather, it will direct affect Democracy.