On the eighth day of the Monsoon session, the Parliament went ahead for the second consecutive day amid uproar by the opposition. Two bills were passed in the Lok Sabha and one in the Rajya Sabha without discussion on Thursday. The Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India Amendment Bill and Inland Vessel Bill and the Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill to help MSMEs were approved in the Lok Sabha. The proceedings of both the houses were adjourned till Friday after three adjournments each. The work vehicle is getting back on track amid the opposition’s uproar over Pegasus spying. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that the behavior on Wednesday is not acceptable in the country’s biggest panchayat.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla
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In airports which are currently unlikely to invite reasonable competitive bids due to loss with low traffic potential, development of more airports through public-private partnerships will expand air connectivity to remote and remote areas.
While introducing the Inland Vessel Bill, Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said, “The Indian Ships Act, enacted in 2017, needs a comprehensive reform in the present circumstances. This bill has been brought for the purpose of safety, registration and smooth operation of ships. This will also help in pollution control. The system of registration of ships will be in one place. No approval of individual states will have to be taken for the operation of ships. All such processes have been centralised.
Birla reprimanded opposition MPs
As soon as the Lok Sabha proceedings began on Thursday, Birla said, “I am deeply saddened by the incident on July 28. Throwing paper towards the Chair, insulting the Chair is not in accordance with parliamentary practice. “If you don’t respect parliamentary practice, how will the parliamentary process be strengthened? It is my endeavor that all the members get enough time to raise their issues and give them due respect.
The Lok Sabha speaker told the members, “Acts which are not in consonance with parliamentary practice… should not be repeated.” If such incidents happen again, I will need your cooperation. I will take strict action against such members so that we can uphold the dignity of Parliament. Let us tell you that the opposition parties are continuously demonstrating in Parliament on the agricultural law brought by the Center, Pegasus espionage issue and other matters.
Birla said, “We consider it (Lok Sabha) as a temple of democracy. It also gives a sense of confidence that the Speaker will do justice to all and be fair. If you have any question related to Chair you can tell me in my room. I will try to accept your suggestions to maintain the dignity of the presidency. But we have to decide together how we can enhance the dignity of the House.
The tug of war over the suspension of 10 MPs
There was a heated argument between Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi over this. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said, the present Lok Sabha has set an example in the matter of proceedings. Obviously this would not have been possible without the cooperation of the opposition. The present situation has been established due to the stubborn attitude of the government. The government does not want to listen to the opposition. Joshi then asked Adhir to apologize for Wednesday’s incident. Then there was a ruckus in the House and the proceedings were adjourned for half an hour. Then the proceedings of the house had to be adjourned due to a heated argument between the government and the opposition.
Birla reprimanded opposition MPs
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