91 private member’s bills, including one on Agnipath, presented to Lok Sabha


By PTI IST (Released)

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BJP member Nihal Chand introduced a bill to establish a National Population Control Commission to compile population statistics and propose population control measures to central and state governments.

Ninety-one private member’s bills, including one by RSP MP NK Premachandran to frame the Agnipath scheme to recruit soldiers into the armed forces, were tabled in Lok Sabha on Friday.

AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi has introduced a Constitutional Amendment Bill to amend Article 84 which defines the conditions of eligibility for Parliament.

BJP member Nihal Chand introduced a bill to establish a National Population Control Commission to compile population statistics and propose population control measures to central and state governments.

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey introduced a bill providing for mandatory periodic desilation of dams, reservoirs, rivers and other water bodies.

It also aims to set up a national authority responsible for ensuring the rapid and periodic drying of these water bodies in the country in order to increase their water retention capacity and ensure a regular flow of water. water that will reduce the incidence of flooding.

NCP member Supriya Sule introduced a bill to provide mandatory awareness training for students and teachers on social issues such as caste, gender and general inclusion in all educational institutions.

Shrirang Appa Barne, a member of Rebel Shiv Sena, introduced a bill to promote the use of ocean thermal energy to generate clean and environmentally friendly renewable energy at all times and replace traditional methods of production of electricity by the combustion of fossil fuels.

BJP member CP Joshi introduced a bill banning the marketing, slaughtering, trading, cooking, serving and eating of meat and other non-vegetarian foods within 100 square meters of premises of Hindu religious worship.

Shrikant Shinde, a member of the Rebel Shiv Sena, introduced a bill to establish and incorporate a teaching university for the promotion and development of Marathi language and literature through education and research. It aims to enable Marathi to achieve greater functional effectiveness and recognition as a major international language.


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