Budget Session 2019: Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha Adjourned Sine Die
The Citizenship Amendment Bill & Triple Talaq Bill are set to lapse on 3 June when the term of the present LS ends.
Both houses of Parliament have been adjourned sine die, bringing an end to the Budget Session 2019 on Wednesday, 13 February.
Prime Minister Modi addressed the Lok Sabha for the last time ahead of the 2019 elections on the last day of the Budget Session 2019.
Earlier in the day, the Rajya Sabha had been adjourned sine die, meaning that The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 and The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2018, two Bills which have cleared Lok Sabha, will lapse on 3 June, when the term of the present Lok Sabha ends.
On Friday, 8 February, a fresh ruckus had broken out over the Rafale deal after The Hindu’s report by senior journalist N Ram. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman responded in the Lok Sabha on Friday, to Congress’ fresh attack over the deal, by stating that all questions have been answered “thoroughly and transparently.”
- The Budget Session of Parliament commenced on 31 January and concluded on 13 February
- The Triple Talaq and Citizenship Bills will lapse on 3 June after the Rajya Sabha adjourned sine die without passing the Bills
- Modi government’s sixth and final Budget ahead of elections was presented on 1 February
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Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Narendra Singh Tomar said three bills in Lok Sabha and four bills in Rajya Sabha were passed in the last session Budget.
"Several ordinances of public's interest including those having opposition's approval couldn't be passed because of their politics," Tomar said.
Lok Sabha Adjourned Sine Die
Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan pronounced the House adjourned sine die on Wednesday, 13 February, concluding the Budget Session 2019.
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