|Summons to Members, Seating, Oath or
Affirmation and Roll of Members
3A. The Chief Minister shall in consultation with the
Speaker advise the Governor for summoning the Assembly
under Article 174 of the Constitution.
3B. On issue of such summon by the Governor, the
Principal Secretary shall issue a summon to each member
specifying the date and place for a Session of the House at
least ten days before the date of commencement of the
Provided that when a session is called at short notice
or emergently, the summons may not be issued to each
member separately but an announcement of the date and
place of the Session shall be published in the Gazette
and members shall be informed by telegram.
||4. The members shall sit in such order as the Speaker may
||5 A. A member who has not already made and subscribed
an oath or affirmation in pursuance of Article 188 of the
Constitution, may do so at the commencement of a sitting
of the Assembly or at any other time of the sitting of the
Assembly as the Speaker may direct or on any day after
giving previous notice in writing to the Principal Secretary.
5B. No member shall be entitled to take part in any
proceedings of the House unless he/she has made and
subscribed an oath or affirmation in pursuance of Article
188 of the Constitution.
||6. There shall be a Roll of Members of the Assembly which
shall be signed in the presence of the Principal Secretary
by every member, after taking the oath or affirmation before
taking his/her seat.