Rahul Gandhi's anti graft bills on cabinet agenda

  • 5 years ago
The UPA government has decided to invoke the emergency powers of the Constitution for promulgating a number of ordinances ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, due by May. These ordinances will cover the anti-graft bills being pushed by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, and some other important pieces of legislation that could not be passed in the concluding session of Parliament.

The move is certain to invite angry reactions from the opposition BJP, as a government which has entered its last lap, conventionally, leaves the fate of such bills to be decided by the next government.

The bills that are likely to ordinance route before being enforced across the country are the Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Bill, the Rights of citizens to Time bound Delivery of Goods and Services and Redressed of Grievances Bill, the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill, the Securities and Exchange Board (Amendment) Bill, the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Bill, and the Delhi High Court (Amendment) Bill).

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