Dr Qureshi, we were talking earlier. You said that in your time this was an experiment which was attempted. But you still think given that subsequently there have been instances where they've been concerns about how this link has not really worked, that one should push ahead with it. The time it was initiative, Mr. Nella, Connie came to Election commission and we discuss Left was the time when we were trying to identify duplicate voters running very all kinds of duplication software and meet Haddad are will be another D duplication facility. Okay, and we'll link it. And at some point in time, right that for the point when we had started collecting, experimenting with biometrics fingerprints, we did it in Goa on an experimental basis, that we abandoned it, hoping that we will then eventually linked with other after and of course, then after that, there was This is too in going to supreme courts of stopping it. All right, so long as it is a duplication sort. Very great. But you know, two in which case should be compulsory. Why? What? What does it mean? That you were make it off. Somebody comes to you also and say that I want to link your motorcar to our give me permission by. Will you give permission? Why will I give permission and join their mind? You 90 crore voters have to be approached for their individual approval. Okay, so your sing that's actually that's actually like the optional of the opt out is actually doesn't help of the purpose of the bill. But last word from you, Priyanka Chaturvedi coming back to Priyanka the the actual aspect of the argument here that this procedure not being followed in Parliament, that and I This is the question as Derek O'Brien as well that does that merit then actions by the opposition of disrupting the house like here. The allegation is throwing the rule book and so on. And so far so, firstly, I just like to see your disruption is part of parliamentary democracy and democracy of India, where it's opposition's duty to raise their voice every time The government doesn't work for the people of this country. No, but not my. You're throwing a Arun Jaitley. These words we saw sessions after sessions get I do not know what he did because I stand suspended. If you remember and I and watching exactly what you're watching outside of the parliament. So if you haven't seen it, I haven't seen it under last one was going to be judging on this. But I can tell you one thing. In last session, there is a video of one member of Parliament getting on the table, throwing a rule book at the chair. But no action was taken against that person because this is a case of selective targeting. This is a case of selective silencing of voices. Alright, Selective silence, Singer voices. Well, let's see how this particular debate and the passage of the journey of this bill plays out. Will it even kick in in time for the coming elections? We don't know many unanswered questions yet, but that's all the time we have. Thank you so much for watching tonight.