Parliament session live: Both Houses adjourned over opposition protests
New Delhi: As might be expected, the second day of the monsoon session of Parliament began with loud protests from opposition banks for the Narendra Modi government over protests from farmers and lynching by vacheurs.
The monsoon session is crucial, as the government seeks to promote Modi several key legislations.
Some of the major bills that will be introduced on the Lok Sabha Tuesday include the bill on the application and acquisition of property (Amendment), 2017 Indian Institute of Information Technology Act, 2014 children’s right to Free and compulsory education (amendment) of 2017.
Rajya Sabha has listed the Bill on Fan Protection (Amendment), 2015, in its agenda for the day.
These are the latest updates and developments related to the current monsoon session of Parliament:
■ A draft law providing for the modification of the rules governing the amount of compensation to be paid to the acquisition of real estate by the central government was introduced on Tuesday at Lok Sabha.
The “application and acquisition of real estate (Amendment), 2017” bill was submitted by the Minister of State for planning, program implementation and statistics Rao Inderjit Singh.
It was originally presented by M Venkaiah Naidu, who resigned as Urban Development Minister yesterday after being named a candidate for the vice presidential election.
■ The government plans to introduce a new national pharmaceutical policy and details are already being developed, Parliament was informed today. “The government plans to introduce a new national pharmaceutical policy.
Details are being developed, the Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilizers Mansukh El Mandaviya told Lok Sabha in a written response, PTI reported.
■ The Center has called on governments of states to register FIR in all “adverse incidents” that occur in the name of protection of the cow, Lok Sabha was reported today.
According to PTI, the Minister of State at the House Hansraj Ahir said that responsibility for maintaining public order, protecting lives and property and attacking incidents against livestock traders, cattle feeders, Muslims, Dalits and producers Of milk based primarily on state governments.
A notice concerning adverse effects on livestock, disturbance of public order by its name suspicious of cow protection, mandatory registration of a complaint for cognitive offenses, regardless of jurisdiction and provision of a copy of the FIR Was issued to the States / UT, answered a written question.
■ A bill providing for the creation of the Indian Institute of Oil and Energy in Andhra Pradesh was introduced on Tuesday at Lok Sabha.
The institute was established in the Visakhapatnam district under the central government’s commitment to set up an oil university under the Reorganization Act of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, according to the objects and motives of the bill, said PTI.