Lok Sabha passes bill to allow protected status to NCBC

The Lok Sabha on Thursday consistently passed the Constitution 123rd Amendment Bill, 2017 which will allow a protected status to the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC).

Every one of the individuals display in the lower house consistently voted for the bill with more than two-third dominant part.

Talking on the same, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh stated, “I surmise that Backward Commission will be conceded sacred status as the bill (The Constitution (123rd Amendment) Bill, 2017) has been passed in Lok Sabha today. It was the responsibility of the Prime Minister and he finished it.”

Then, Congress pioneer Shashi Tharoor communicated his enjoyment over the consistent voting in the support of the bill and stated, “We should all be thankful that at any rate on a few issues of the building up the weaker area of our general public, the nation is joined together.”

“It was a decent sign today of the solidarity in the Parliament on critical issues mirroring the worries about the regressive area of our general public. Today, we host seen each and every gathering in the Lok Sabha consistent,” he included.

The bill was presented in the Lok Sabha by the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Thaawarchand Gehlot on April 5, 2017.

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