Government tables 6 bills in Lok Sabha and passes 3, without opposition | India News – Times of India

 Government tables 6 bills in Lok Sabha and passes 3, without opposition | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: Undaunted by the empty opposition benches, Government Six tables on Tuesday Bulls In the Lok Sabha, three were passed and three others were debated late into the evening when the lower house resumed work after lunch at 2 pm.
After repeated adjournments in the morning session resulted in more MPs being suspended following opposition protests, the House passed the NCT of Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Amendment Bill. Central GST Amendment Bill, for age limit of Chairman and members of GST Appellate Tribunal, and Provisional Collection of Taxes Bill.
Later, Home Minister Amit Shah presented the Bharatiya Nagarak Thakur Sanhita, Bharatiya Naya Sanhita and Bharatiya Sakshya Bills for discussion and approval. These three bills are to replace the British-era Criminal Code (CRPC), the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Evidence Act, respectively.
The debate on the three bills continued till late evening with mostly BJP, BJD and MLAs. Shiv Sena Participating in debates in support of bills.
At 8 pm, the sitting of the House was extended for another hour to allow more members to speak on the BNSS, BNS and Bharatiya Sakshya Bill while voting and reply by the Home Minister on Wednesday. The time is fixed, after which they will be presented in Rajya. Sabha to pass.
Talking about the three bills, BJP MP and former Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the three bills are aimed at providing justice to the people and are aptly named to distinguish them from the colonial era laws. Coins that were meant to punish citizens.
He said that the IPC came into force immediately after the 1857 rebellion and was made only to punish the citizens of that country. He said that this was the period when the British Crown took over the administration of the country from the East India Company. He criticized the Congress government for forgetting the colonial history while writing ‘Discovery of India’.

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