Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla Informed Seven Bills were passed in the Lok Sabha during Monsoon Session of Parliament

Monsoon session of parliament

On Monday, Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla informed that a total of seven bills were passed in the Lok Sabha during Monsoon Session of Parliament. He also informed that a total of 16 sittings were held which lasted for about 44 hours and 29 minutes.

The seven bills passed during the Monsoon Session of Parliament were the Indian Antarctic Bill, the Family Courts (Amendment) Bill, the National Anti-Doping Bill, the Wildlife Protection (Amendment) Bill, the Central Universities (Amendment) Bill, the Energy Conservation (Amendment) Bill, and the New Delhi International Arbitration Centre (Amendment) Bill.

In total 39 members took part in the meeting for the Wildlife Protection (Amendment) Bill that went on for more than five hours. The Speaker said that oral answers were given to 46 starred questions during the question hours held in the session. The members raised 318 matters of public interest before the house under rule 377. During the Zero Hour, members raised 98 matters on various important issues.

Further, he also said that a total of 41 reports were presented by various Parliamentary Standing Committees during the session.

Members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha bid farewell to the outgoing President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, in the Central Hall of Parliament House on July 23. Birla thanked the Prime Minister, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, leaders, and members of various parties for their contribution to the smooth functioning of the session.

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