Assembly session: The second part of the budget session will last from March 13 to April 6. The sources also said that the government may adopt the long-awaited draft law on the protection of personal data in the upcoming session.
News from the budget session: To start again on March 13, i.e. Monday budget session In the second part, the focus of the Government will be to pass many laws. According to records, around 26 bills are currently pending in the Rajya Sabha and around 9 in the Lok Sabha. Two bills, the Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill, 2022 and the Jan Vishwas (Amendment of Provisions) Bill, 2022, were referred by the government to a joint committee in the last winter session and are currently under consideration from the committee Is it. The second part of the budget session will continue until April 6.
Sources said the KP Joshi-led panel deliberating on the multi-state cooperative law will present its report in the Assembly in the upcoming session. The panel has completed its deliberations on the draft law and is likely to adopt its draft report on March 13. The government will also list the Biodiversity (Amendment) Bill 2021, which was considered by the joint committee of the Parliament.
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The Government’s eye on the law on the protection of personal data
The sources also said that the government may adopt the long-awaited draft law on the protection of personal data in the upcoming session. This bill is likely to be approved by the Union Cabinet soon. Many of the bills pending in the Rajya Sabha have already been passed in the Lok Sabha, including the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Third Amendment) Bill, 2022 year and the Constitution (amendment). ) The Schedule of Tribes Bill and Schedule The (Fifth Amendment) Bill 2022 includes bills which have not been sent for parliamentary scrutiny. Several bills pending in the Rajya Sabha have been cleared for scrutiny by the Standing Committee of Parliament.
What laws have yet to be passed?
- Assam Legislative Council Bill 2013
- Construction and Other Construction Workers (Amendment) Bill 2013
- 79th Amendment Bill 1992 (Small Family Criteria for Legislators)
- The Delhi Rent (Amendment) Bill 1997
- Delhi Tenancy (Abolition) Bill 2013
- Employment Exchange (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Amendment Bill 2013
- Indian Medicine and Homeopathy Pharmacy Act 2005
- The Interstate Migrant Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Bill.
- Mines (Amendment) Act 2011
- Draft law on the provisions of the municipalities (expansion of the foreseen areas) 2001
- Rajasthan Legislative Council Bill 2013
- Registration (Amendment) Bill 2013
- Seed Bill 2004
- The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Amendment) Bill 2008
- The WAQF Estates (Eviction of Unauthorized Tenants) Bill 2014
- Arbitration Bill 2021
- Cinematography (Amendment) Bill 2019
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The Repeal Cessation Amendment Bill, 2022 is included in the list of 9 bills pending in the Lok Sabha. Two Bills were referred to the Standing Committee and the report of which is still pending, includes the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2021 and the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2021.