Monsoon session: 91 private member bills, including one on Agnipath, introduced in LS


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oi-Prakash KL

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Published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 21:57 [IST]

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New
Delhi,
Aug
05:

Ninety-one
private
member
bills,
including
one
by
RSP
MP
N
K
Premachandran
seeking
to
provide
a
framework
for
the
Agnipath
scheme
for
recruitment
of
soldiers
in
the
armed
forces,
were
introduced
in
Lok
Sabha
on
Friday.

Monsoon session: 91 private member bills, including one on Agnipath, introduced in LS

AIMIM
leader
Asaduddin
Owaisi
introduced
a
Constitution
amendment
bill
to
amend
Article
84
that
lays
down
the
qualifications
for
membership
of
Parliament.
BJP
member
Nihal
Chand
introduced
a
bill
to
constitute
a
National
Population
Control
Commission
to
compile
population
statistics
and
suggest
population
control
measures
to
the
central
and
state
governments.

BJP
MP
Nishikant
Dubey
introduced
a
bill
to
provide
for
compulsory
periodical
desiltation
of
dams,
reservoirs,
rivers
and
other
water
bodies.
It
also
seeks
to
set
up
a
national
authority
to
ensure
timely
and
periodical
desiltation
of
such
water
bodies
in
the
country
to
increase
their
water
holding
capacity
and
ensure
smooth
flow
of
water
which
will
reduce
the
incidence
of
floods.

NCP
member
Supriya
Sule
introduced
a
bill
to
provide
compulsory
sensitivity
training
to
students
and
teachers
pertaining
to
social
issues
such
as
caste,
gender
and
overall
inclusion
in
all
educational
institutions.

Rebel
Shiv
Sena
member
Shrirang
Appa
Barne
introduced
a
bill
to
provide
for
promotion
of
use
of
ocean
thermal
energy
to
produce
clean
environment
friendly
renewable
energy
at
all
times
and
substitute
traditional
electricity
generation
methods
of
fossil
fuel
burning.
BJP
member
C
P
Joshi
introduced
a
bill
to
prohibit
marketing,
slaughtering,
trading,
cooking,
serving
and
consumption
of
meat
and
other
non-vegetarian
food
within
100
square
meter
area
from
the
places
of
Hindu
religious
worship.

Rebel
Shiv
Sena
member
Shrikant
Shinde
introduced
a
bill
to
establish
and
incorporate
a
teaching
university
for
the
promotion
and
development
of
Marathi
language
and
literature
through
teaching
and
research.
It
aims
to
enable
Marathi
to
achieve
greater
functional
efficiency
and
recognition
as
a
major
international
language.

Story first published: Friday, August 5, 2022, 21:57 [IST]



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