Parliament winter session adjourned before scheduled time Om Birl…

Winter Session of Parliament: The 10th session of the 17th Lok Sabha was adjourned sine die on Friday (Dec 23). In the winter session, the Lok Sabha proceedings finished six days ahead of schedule. Lok Sabha Chairman Om Birla said that during the winter session of Parliament, 68 hours and 42 minutes of work was done in 13 sessions. Lok Sabha Chairman Birla also said that labor productivity during this period was around 97 percent. During this, 9 bills were introduced and 7 bills passed.

What bills were passed in Parliament?

Many important bills were introduced during the winter session. Of which 7 bills were approved. ‘Anti-Maritime Piracy Bill of 2022’, ‘Constitutional Order (Scheduled Tribes) (Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth Amendment) Bill of 2022’ passed. With this, the supplemental grant demands of Rs 3.25 lakh crore for FY 2022-23 and the additional grant demands for 2019-20 were approved. Om Birla also reported that the Multi-State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Bill and the Jan Vishwas (Amendment) Bill have been sent to the Joint Committee of both Houses of Parliament.

How many questions were asked in the Lok Sabha?

Om Birla said that 56 leading questions were answered orally in the House during the winter session. 2760 questions without an asterisk were answered in writing. Apart from this, 298 matters of public importance were raised in the House. During Zero Hour, Lok Sabha members raised 374 issues of public importance. The Speaker said the Standing Committee filed 36 reports in the House and made 43 statements. A total of 1811 works were presented in the Chamber.

What were the topics discussed?

Birla told about the small discussions that took place in the House and said that the discussion ended on December 9 on the need to promote the sport in India and the steps taken by the government. Two hours were given for discussion on this, but this discussion lasted 8 hours and 6 minutes. Sports Minister Anurag Thakur responded on “drug abuse in India and the measures taken by the government”. Union Home Minister Amit Shah also responded.

How many private member bills were introduced?

Speaking about the private members bill, Om Birla said that 59 bills have been tabled on different topics. Apart from this, Gopal Chinnaya Shetty introduced the ‘Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2019’. About which the discussion could not be completed.


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