Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Indian Parliament to discuss important Registration of Marriage of Non-Resident Indian Bill

“The central government will push several legislations during the monsoon session and the legislative agenda includes 24 bills for passage.”

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 Before the monsoon session of the Indian Parliament begins on July 18, the Lok Sabha Speaker, Om Birla, held a meeting of leaders of political parties on July 16. The meeting was held to discuss the smooth functioning of Parliament.

Among those present were the Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, DMK MP TR Balu, Parliamentary Affairs Minister P Joshi, BJP MP Arjun Ram Meghwal, YSRCP MP PV Mithunreddy, RLJP MP Pashupati Kumar Parasand other party MPs.

The central government will push several legislations during the monsoon session and the legislative agenda includes 24 bills for passage, according to sources quoted by ANI.

The other bills on the agenda include Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2019, (in respect of State of Assam), The Mediation Bill, 2021 (with Standing Committee chaired by Sushil Kumar Modi); and The Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (report of Standing Committee under examination)

Among the new bills to be introduced in the Parliament during the Monsoon session include the Registration of Marriage of Non-Resident Indian Bill, 2019 (report of Standing Committee under examination), The Central Universities Amendment Bill, 2022, and The Family Courts (Amendment) Bill, 2022

The other bills on the agenda include Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2019, (in respect of State of Assam), The Mediation Bill, 2021 (with Standing Committee chaired by Sushil Kumar Modi); and The Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (report of Standing Committee under examination).

The monsoon session of Parliament will end on August 12.

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Tirthankar Ghosh
Tirthankar Ghosh is a senior journalist and presently Managing Editor, Newsline Publications. He has also been writing for well over 15 years for the New York-based Air Cargo News Flying Typers.

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