The adoption of the law does not observe: 17 Oppn parties write to the RS presidency on this issue

New Delhi: The seventeen opposition parties of India have written to Chairperson Rajya Sabhi because of the hasty adoption of laws that ignore established practice.
The parties requested the chairman of Rajya Sabha M Venkaiah Naidu to intervene in that matter.
The parties include Congress, Samiwadi Party, Trinamool Congress, Party of Bahujan Samay, Rashtriya Janata Dal, Party Telugu Desam, Communist Party of India and CPI (M).
The letter, signed by the leaders of the 17 parties, states: “We, the undersigned parties, want to record our anxiety and serious concern over the way the Government passes laws quickly without any control by parliamentary standing or elected committees. This is a fundamental departure from established practice and sound traditions of lawmaking. “
The letter stated in the 16th Lok Sabha, only 26 percent of the bill was sent for questioning.
The letter stated that in the 14th Lok Sabha, 60% of the draft law proposals were sent to parliamentary committees, while in the Lok Sabha, 71% of the proposed bill was sent for questioning.
At the first session of the Lok Sabha, 14 draft laws were already adopted. However, none of these laws were referred to the Standing Committee or to the Special Commission for Legislative Supervision, the letter said.

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