Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha are, on Wednesday, scheduled to debate and vote on numerous ministerial issues, together with demand of grants and dealing of Railways, Tourism, and Food Processing Industries ministries.
Both Houses noticed a number of adjournments on all days of final week because the Opposition demanded a dialogue on the rising costs of gasoline within the nation.
Here are the most recent updates:
Rajya Sabha | 11.30 am
Make tech giants pay for information, says BJP MP
BJP’s Sushil Modi says the federal government should make Google, Facebook and You Tube pay to conventional media for utilizing their information content material.
“Media makes heavy investment in gathering news, and they deliver credible information. Advertisement is their main revenue. But a large share of revenue is cornered by these tech giants now, and because of this, print media and TV channels are facing financial crisis,” he says.
Mr. Modi provides: “We should follow the Australian model by which they compelled Google to pay for using content of news media, now France and other European countries are also making similar laws. Government should enact a law to compel Google to pay for news.”
Rajya Sabha | 11.20 am
On housing for development staff
Mahesh Poddar of BJP calls consideration to housing scenario of development staff
Some farmers are protesting at Delhi borders, they’re developing everlasting buildings, whereas we don’t take note of development staff who spend their lives beneath tin sheds, he says.
“During coronavirus pandemic, their living condition have come to the nation’s notice. Portable houses should be constructed for the construction workers,” he says.
On deteriorating requirements of public discourse
Ok.T.S. Tulsi of Congress factors out the deteriorating requirements of public discourse.
“Young people look up to us as role models. Would not name anybody, but I place these statements before you to make your own judgement. Even the most reprehensible crime like rape is justified by some warped logic,” he says.
Chair asks that a few of his feedback concerning this be expunged.
Rajya Sabha | 11.15 am
On recognition of freedom fighters
Muzibulla Khan of the BJD says that many freedom fighters in India haven’t bought due recognition.
“When Kashmir was attacked by Pakistanis, Biju Patnaik was sent on rescue mission. He fought for independence movement of three countries — Russia, Indonesia and India. A leader like Biju babu did not get Bharat Ratna… he should get it,” sas Mr. Khan.
On tourism in Marathawada
Fauzia Khan of NCP asks that particular consideration be paid to Marathawada space in Maharashtra.
She says that usually, the share of vacationers for non secular functions is alleged to be 30-35%. However, in Marathawada in Maharashtra, there’s Shirdi which is visited by many individuals who revere Sai Baba, Patri at Parbani which is alleged to be the birthplace of Sai Baba… so particular consideration must be paid to this space, she says.
Lok Sabha | 11.10 am
Lok Sabha adjourned over BJP MP’s death
Lok Sabha Speaker and members condoled the untimely death of BJP MP from Himachal Pradesh Ram Swaroop Sharma. Sharma was discovered useless in his residence at round 6.30 a.m. He was the elected MP from Mandi.
Speaker Om Birla knowledgeable the House of the incident, and after obituary references, he adjourned the House for 2 hours.
Sharma used to remain in Delhi along with his PA and cook dinner. He was beneath treatment.
Lok Sabha has been adjourned until 1 p.m. at present.
Rajya Sabha | 11 am
Rajya Sabha begins.
Laying of the Committee Reports and Statements are in progress.
Zero Hour commences.
Jharna Das Baidya (CPIM, Tripura) raises the problem of subsidised and unsubsidised value of LPG. She says that the hiked costs are insupportable for the widespread man.
Discussion and Voting: Demands for Grants
- Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
- Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
- Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
Discussion and Voting: Working of the Ministy
- Ministry of Railways
- Ministry of Tourism
- Ministry of Food Processing Industries