Oppn to oppose triple talaq bill

first_imgNew Delhi: Opposition parties are planning to chalk out a strategy to prevent the government from passing bills without sending them for scrutiny to either Standing Committee or the Select committee. Already 11 bills were passed in the Parliament without scrutiny in the Parliamentary committee.In the Rajya Sabha Business Advisory Committee meeting which was held here on Monday, Parliamentary Affairs minister Pralhad Joshi had listed 16 bills including the Triple Talaq for passing in the current session of Parliament. However, opposition parties were dismayed that the Presiding Officers of both the houses did not allow them to express their concerns. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’A senior member of the opposition informed that they will be meeting again on Tuesday in the chamber of Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad to discuss the future course of action. They are contemplating to write jointly to both the Presiding officers that the parliamentary system is not being properly followed. TMC leader Derek O’Brien said if the government wants to extend the time of the current session then it also should commit to bringing in Women Reservation bill in the house. Another MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy lamented that Lok Sabha on last Friday had sent the Human rights amendment bill to the Rajya Sabha. However, they found that bill listed in the Business paper on Monday without giving them adequate time to give suggestions.last_img

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