Discuss, how Parliament controls the executive through Censure Motion and No-Confidence Motion?
Censure Motion and the No-Confidence Motion: Censure Motion may be moved against the Council of Ministers or an individual Minister, expressing a strong disapproval of their policy or some deed. Adoption of the Censure Motion would result in the resignation of the Government. But a Vote of Censure against a particular Minister has no such effect. No-Confidence Motion is moved by a Member or Leader of Opposition, if the Motion is carried, the Government has to resign.