BJP MPs to present uniform civil code and RS population control bills

On Friday, at Rajya Sabha, BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena will present “the draft law on the uniform civil code in India, 2020”, calling for the constitution of the national inspection and investigation committee for the preparation of the “civil code uniform ”and its implementation throughout India.

BJP MP Harnath Singh Yadav will introduce the Population Control Bill and NCP MP Fauzia Khan will introduce the “Universal Health Care Bill to the Upper House”.

Friday is reserved for members to move private bills.

Congress Party MP YSR Vijayasai Reddy V. will present three bills: Children’s Right to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2020 to further amend the Children’s Rights Act 2009 children to free and compulsory education; The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (insertion of new Article 21B); and the Indian Penal Code (Amendment) Bill, 2021.

Another MP YS Chowdhury will propose the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2020 (insertion of new Articles 12A and 12B).

Other work of the Upper House includes presenting departmental reports related to the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Health and Family Welfare. The Committee in its 130th report on the measures taken by the government on the recommendations / observations contained in its 123rd report on “The Covid-19 pandemic epidemic and its management”; The report of the Committee on Women’s Empowerment (2019-20) on the action taken by the government on the recommendations contained in the 14th report (16th Lok Sabha) of the Committee (2018-19) on “Yoga and sport for women ‘also be featured .– IANS

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