The Rajya Sabha has been dismissed till Wednesday after racket over the politically touchy triple talaq bill. The day saw a few intrusions in procedures as the Opposition blamed the administration for hurrying through with the bill, while the Center blamed the Congress for being against sex equity.
The restriction parties had chosen to corner the legislature over the bill in the Rajya Sabha, with the Congress, Samajwadi Party (SP) and TRS wanting to arrange a walkout in dissent. The gatherings, which met in the first part of the day to chalk out a procedure for the House, had requested that the bill be alluded to a select advisory group for survey before it is passed.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress had issued whips to their MPs to be available in Parliament today. Having a minority in the Upper House, the BJP is probably going to confront challenges in getting the bill passed. The Congress has effectively clarified that it won’t permit the entry of the proposed bill in its present shape.
Prior in the day, the TDP likewise issued a whip to its MPs, requesting that they be available in the House. “I claim to them (TDP RS MPs)to deter the badgering of Muslims. All restriction gatherings should battle unitedly against the counter Muslim disposition of BJP. The govt persuasively forcing triple talaq is a peril for secularism and national honesty,” party boss and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said.
Association law serve Ravi Shankar Prasad, who is guiding the bill, had said there ought to be no legislative issues on the issue and had focused on that it was not against a specific network.
A whip had been issued by the BJP on Wednesday too, guiding its MPs to be available in Lok Sabha on Thursday, when the bill was tabled in the Lower House. The bill was passed in the Lok Sabha with 245 casting a ballot in support and 11 restricting it in the midst of a walkout by the resistance parties.