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The last week of the monsoon session of Parliament, which begins on Monday, is expected to be full of ruckus. On one hand, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi can return to the Parliament, on the other hand, the 12-hour debate on the no-confidence motion against the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reply on it can also be interesting. There may be an uproar in the Rajya Sabha regarding the Delhi Services Bill.
At the beginning of the week, all eyes will be on the Lok Sabha Secretariat, where it is expected that after the Supreme Court’s order on Rahul Gandhi, there may be a review and decision on the reinstatement of his Parliament membership on Monday. If the membership is restored, the Congress may present him as the chief speaker of the opposition in the debate on the no-confidence motion going to be held on Tuesday. The Lok Sabha Business Advisory Committee has kept 12 hours for this debate. At the same time, PM Modi can keep his answer on this on Thursday.
The opposition in the Rajya Sabha has been united by the Aam Aadmi Party on the Delhi Services Bill, where there is a close contest between the NDA and the ‘India’ alliance. However, some members may tilt the balance in favor of the government by remaining neutral. This bill has been passed in the Lok Sabha on 3 August. The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2022, the National Research Foundation (NRF) Bill 2023, the Pharmacy Bill 2023 and the Arbitration Bill 2023 are listed for consideration and passing in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
Digital Personal Data Protection Bill to be discussed in Lok Sabha today
The Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill 2023 will be discussed in the Lok Sabha on Monday. Earlier on August 3, Union Minister for Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Ashwani Vaishnav introduced this bill in the Lok Sabha. The opposition members strongly opposed the introduction of the bill saying that the bill violates the fundamental right to privacy. He demanded that the Bill should be referred to the Standing Committee for examination. Because the government had withdrawn a bill on data protection last year. Therefore, there is a need to examine the new bill in depth.
Bill related to Delhi Ordinance will be presented in Rajya Sabha
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will present the ‘National Capital Territory of Delhi Government Amendment Bill, 2023’ in the Rajya Sabha today i.e. on August 7. Earlier on August 3, the National Capital Territory of Delhi Government Amendment Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha, considering the decision of the Lieutenant Governor to be final in the appointment and transfer of officers in the capital Delhi. Responding to the four-and-a-half-hour discussion on the bill, the Home Minister raised questions on the attitude of the opposition.
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