Most of them were against government servants, who were accused of disrespecting legislators.
The MLAs demanded that the Speaker ask the chief minister to hold a meeting over the issue.
Upset with more than 350 motions moved by members across parties, Walse-Patil said that every member should understand their role.
“Of the 350, only 8-10 motions were cleared by the privilege committee for admission. I want to remove the provision from the existing rules... We are wasting our time. I will discuss the issue with group leaders soon.”
When legislators complained that government servants were not cooperating with them, Walse-Patil said that the members were free to demand action under the relevant laws.
“There are laws that determine a period for keeping files pending.”
He asked the subordinate legislative committee to draft bylaws, failing which he said the aggrieved legislators could do the job.