Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulations) Bill likely to be tabled in Parliament
- The Dam Safety Bill is also expected to be tabled on Tuesday
- On Monday, the winter session of Parliament took off on a stormy note
- The upper and the lower house saw disruptions as Lok Sabha passed the Bill repealing the three farm laws
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya is likely to introduce Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulations) Bill in Lok Sabha on Tuesday. The proposed law could not be tabled in the House on Monday as the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were adjourned for the day amid protests by Opposition members.
With this, the Dam Safety Bill, which could not be introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, is also expected to be tabled on Tuesday.
In the lower house, Union law and justice minister Kiren Rijiju is scheduled to introduce the High Court and Supreme Court Judges (Salaries and Conditions of Service) Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha.
According to the provisional Question Hour calendar, 11 ministries, including cooperation, home affairs, information and broadcasting, and youth affairs and sports will take up questions in the Lok Sabha.
Reports of standing committees including that on railways, commerce, education, and sports will be tabled in both the Houses of Parliament.
On Monday, the winter session of Parliament took off on a stormy note. The upper and the lower house saw disruptions as Lok Sabha passed the Bill repealing the three farm laws without any discussion.
Later, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Prahlad Joshi sought the approval of the House for suspending 12 Rajya Sabha MPs (six of the Congress, two each of the Trinamool Congress and Shiv Sena, and one each of CPI and CPI-M) for the remainder of the session.
The reason for their suspension was "their unprecedented acts of misconduct, contemptuous, unruly and violent behaviour and intentional attacks on security personnel" on the last day of the Monsoon Session.