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Parliament Session 2021 Live Updates: TMC, Other Opposition MPs, And Rahul Gandhi Join The Protest

Parliament Session 2021 Live Updates, On Thursday, many opposition parties, such as the Congress, TMC, NCP, and RJD, organized a protest in the Rajya Sabha against pricing and the expulsion of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs.

Similarly, the Assisted Reproductive Technology (Legislation) Bill, 2020, was passed in the Lok Sabha. The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Bill, 2021, will be introduced in the lower house recently by Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya. The Rajya Sabha would occupy the Dam Safety Act, which has been on the schedule on Monday, for deliberation and passage.

In the Lok Sabha, Central Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia addressed the Covid epidemic and concerns about the new Omicron type, saying that the new variety represents a “setback” as the government works to gradually increase the number of flights.

The banned MPs protested by sitting near the Mahatma Gandhi monument on Wednesday. When M Vekaiah Naidu declined to lift the ban, the Opposition predicted that the House will be disrupted for at least the next few days.

The Lok Sabha approved the New Reproductive Technology Bill on Wednesday. Mandaviya proposed that the Bill be considered. This bill calls for the regulation and oversight of assisted reproductive technology (ART) facilities and banks, and the prevention of mistreatment, and the safe and appropriate practice of assisted reproductive technology.

M Venkaiah Naidu, Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, spoke out today in Sabha over the expulsion of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs: “Some of the House’s most renowned members and leaders wisely picked the term “undemocratic” to characterize the expulsion of 12 members. I tried to figure out whether there was any validity for the story that was being spread, but I couldn’t.”

“Despite considering this ban undemocratic both inside and outside the Parliament, not a thing is spoken about the grounds for the ban, the disrespectful behavior of some MPs during the last session, which I firmly labeled ‘acts of desecration’ on last day of the previous session.”


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