Assam Legislative Assembly
CHAPTER-XVIII
Removal of Speaker and Deputy Speaker
Resolutions of
Removal of
Speaker and
Deputy Speaker
135. Any resolution to remove the Speaker or the Deputy Speaker from office, of which at least fourteen days notice as required under Article 179 of the Constitution has been given shall be read to the Assembly by the person presiding who shall then request the members who are in favour of leave being granted to move the resolution to rise in their places, and if not less than one-fifth of the total number of members of the House rise accordingly, the person presiding shall allow the resolution to be moved. If less than one-fifth of the total number of members of the House rise, the person presiding shall inform the member who may have given the notice that, he/she has not the leave of the Assembly to move it.

If notice of a “No-Confidence Motion” against the Speaker or the Deputy Speaker is tabled, the House shall not be adjourned till the provisions of these Rules are complied with and the motion on no confidence is disposed of finally.
Leave of House
to take up
resolution
136. (1) Subject to the provisions of Article 181 of the Constitution, the Speaker or the Deputy Speaker or such other person as is referred to in clause (2) of Article 180 of the Constitution shall preside when a motion under Rule 135 is taken up for consideration
  (2) The member in whose name the motion stands on the list of business shall, except when he/she wishes to withdraw it, move the motion when called upon to do so, but no speech shall be permitted at this stage.
Inclusion of
resolution in
the list of
Business.
137. On the appointed day the resolution shall be included in the list of business to be taken up after the questions and before any other business for the day is entered upon.
Time limit for speeches. 138. Except with the permission of the Speaker or the person presiding, a speech on the resolution shall not exceed fifteen minutes in duration:

Provided that the mover of the resolution when moving the same may speak for such longer time as the Speaker or the person presiding may permit.