The Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu has said that discipline, training and skilling are crucial for every profession, he was addressing the gathering after felicitating the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and former Governor of Tamil Nadu, K Rosaiah, in Hyderabad, on Sunday.

Talking about Rosaiah, Naidu said that his commitment and dedication are inspiration of budding politicians. People in public life must behave responsibly and act as role models for others, he added.

Naidu expressed concern over the frequent disruptions in Parliament and state legislatures. He further said that such a trend will only weaken the system and is not good for democracy.

A wider debate is needed on the way Parliament and state legislatures are functioning, Naidu added.

The Naidu said that illiteracy, hunger and discrimination are a major concern. It is the responsibility of the leadership of the day to find solutions to these problems, he added.

The Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Mohammad Mahmood Ali and other dignitaries were present at the occasion.