Civil Defense Code, Justice Code, Evidence Bill, these bills will be under watch in the winter session.

Winter session of Parliament: The winter session of Parliament is starting from Monday. During this period, the Central Government is going to present seven new and 11 pending big bills for passing. All these bills will be discussed and then passed. The winter session is starting from 4th December, which is going to continue till 22nd December. However, during this time there are some bills which are being discussed the most.

Indian Judicial Code Bill 2023, Indian Civil Defense Code Bill 2023 and Indian Evidence Bill 2023 are among the major bills that will be introduced in Parliament. At the same time, before the winter session, the government called an all-party meeting on Saturday (2 December). In this, leaders of political parties are discussing the agenda of the winter session. This meeting has been called by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi. Leaders of all parties including Congress and BJP are included in this meeting.

Everyone will keep an eye on these bills too

According to the report of Business Standard, ‘Central Goods and Services Tax (Second Amendment) Bill’ is included in the seven new bills listed by the government. Through this the recommendations of the GST Council will be implemented. A bill will be brought to establish a Central Tribal University in Telangana. The government is going to introduce two bills to fix women’s quota in the assemblies of Jammu and Kashmir and Puducherry.

The government has listed the Boiler Bill, 2023 to re-enact the nearly 100-year-old Boiler Act, 1923. Through this, people’s lives will be protected. It has also listed the ‘Provisional Collection of Taxes Bill, 2023’ to re-enact the ‘Provisional Collection of Taxes Bill, 1931’. The Broadcasting Services Regulation Bill, 2023 has not been listed because recommendations have been sought on it.

Opposition may protest against Hindi names

At the same time, it is expected that the opposition may raise objections regarding the Hindi names of the Indian Justice Code Bill 2023, the Indian Civil Defense Code Bill 2023 and the Indian Evidence Bill 2023. Last week, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had written a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah asking him not to show haste in getting these bills passed immediately.

Also read: Before the winter session of Parliament, the government called an all-party meeting today at 11 am, agenda and work will be discussed.

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