The coronavirus pandemic delayed the Rajya Sabha, Monsoon Session by at least a month, the attendance remained low throughout and now adjourned Sine die.
Great time to remember fits for the day in Indian way of politics too.
Macbeth,Witches ask when shall we meet again.
Fair is foul and foul is fair.
When the hurly burly done battle lost and won. Hover through fog and filthy air (Covid).
Rajya Sabha passes the Bilateral Netting of Qualified Financial Contracts Bill, 2020. Lok Sabha had passed the Bill on 20th September.
This Bill, if passed, will have a very big bearing on the financial stability of India and we’ll have a buoyant market as a result of which business will have greater, affordable resources: FM Sitharaman in RS on Bilateral Netting of Qualified Financial Contracts Bill, 2020
Bilateral Netting of Qualified Financial Contracts Bill covers financial contracts entered into on bilateral basis outside clearing system. It’ll empower financial regulators RBI, SEBI, IRDAI etc. They’ll notify contract under its purview as qualified financial contractor: FM
On seeing the Rajya Sabha from Lens on could be amazed or astonished the way bills are actually illegally passed without opposition and no sight of Quorum the basic life line of any house proceeding in healthy democracy. PM Modi is in hurry to be tallest leaders here is proof of the pudding in RS.
Social media tweets ask vaious bills passed in parliament in 3 hours without opposition present. No parliamentary oversight, no bills being sent to committees for scrutiny. No MPLADS. No question hour. No major debates. Point to ponder: Do we really need parliament?
The opposition parties absent in houses plan strategy meeting.
The meeting has been called by opposition parties, that boycotted Rajya Sabha session, to discuss further strategy on the farm bills passed in Parliament. It will be held at the office of Leader of Opposition in the House, Ghulam Nabi Azad in the Parliament later today.
Parliament proceedings in Rajya Sabha discusses the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Bill.
The four labour codes passed yesterday in the loksabha without any discussion is another serious move for millions of laborers in the country. It’s a pity to see this happen.
Lok Sabha passes three labour Codes amid boycott by Opposition
Derek O’Brien tweet Seven Bills passed in RS #Parliament in 3.5 hrs today! I had moved resolutions against 2 Ordinances plus a motion to send Essential Commodities Bill to Select Committee. Also amendments to Banking Regulation Bill. All 4 cancelled. Suspend us. Then pass Bills.
Parliament passes bill to remove cereals, pulses, oilseeds, edible oils, onion and potatoes from list of essential commodities.PTI.