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Rajya Sabha Adjourned Sine Die Amid Opposition Boycott

New Delhi: After the completion of its legislative enterprise, the Rajya Sabha was on Wednesday adjourned sine die even because the opposition continued to boycott the session on the third consecutive day after the suspension of eight lawmakers over Sunday’s pandemonium.

In his concluding remarks, Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu stated that the Home productiveness was 96 per cent and it was its fourth consecutive session to have recorded a lot work.

The session, initially scheduled to final 18 days until October 1, was curtailed to 10 days after greater than a dozen lawmakers examined optimistic for coronavirus.

The Home on Wednesday handed The Occupational Security, Well being and Working Situations Code, 2020; The Industrial Relations Code, 2020; The Code on Social Safety, 2020; International Contribution Regulation Act (Modification) Invoice; The Jammu and Kashmir Official Language Invoice; The Appropriation Payments no three and 4; and The Bilateral Netting of Certified Monetary Contracts Invoice, 2020.

Earlier within the day, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan knowledgeable the Higher Home members about its adjournment.

“I have to inform the members that the government has decided to recommend adjournment of the House sine die today. But some important legislative business passed by the Lok Sabha has to be disposed before the adjournment of the Upper House.”

(IANS)

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