Opposition writes to Naidu; escalates stalemate in Rajya Sabha


Ravi S Singh

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 23

Escalating the stalemate with the authorities in Rajya Sabha, leaders of 12 Opposition events on Wednesday wrote a joint letter to House Chairman Venkaiah Naidu urging him to not permit passage of the three essential Labour Code Bills.

The Bills, handed in Lok Sabha on Tuesday, have been launched within the Upper House on Wednesday for passage which, in impact, would imply their adoption by Parliament. 

They can be despatched to President Ram Nath Kovind for assent to grow to be legal guidelines.

The Opposition leaders have conveyed a way of dismay to Naidu on the “hurry and undemocratic way” the federal government was speeding by way of the Bills whereas they have been in boycott of the House to press acceptance of their calls for.

They are boycotting the House since Tuesday.

Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad mentioned on the ground of the House on Tuesday that the boycott would proceed until the suspension of eight members was revoked, and a contemporary Bill making certain buy of agricultural produce at charges not lower than MSPs by authorities companies or non-public events is introduced within the House.

The three labour Bills associated to social safety, industrial relations, and occupational security and well being situations.



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