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NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha ran on Monday, the first time since the start of monsoon session, though the opposition continued to disrupt the proceedings with noisy protests and sloganeering, forcing three adjournments.
While a discussion on the bill seeking to prohibit financing of activities related to weapons of mass destruction was taken up, the speakers from the opposition parties chose not join the discussion. This meant only speakers from BJP or its allies were left to argue on the bill. The opposition MPs meanwhile kept raising points of order from time to time.
The speakers — which included Mahesh Jethmalani, G V L Narasimha Rao Brij Lal, G K Vasan and Ajay Pratap Singh — endorsed the bill saying that it was necessary to ensure that weapons of mass destruction do not get into the hands of the terrorists and non-state actors and also to bring the law in line with the UNSC Resolution 1540 that requires member states to pass laws to curb funding and financing of WMDs.The bill will be taken up for passage on Tuesday.
The din by the Opposition — which started after the chair announced rejection of notices given by several MPs for a discussion on price rise, inflation and GST hike under Rule 267 — prevented debate on a calling attention motion on the effects of Covid, moved by NCP MP Fauzia Khan. Notices under Rule 267 (providing for suspension of business) on multiple issues like misuse of probe agencies by the government and price rise were rejected. Following this, Mallikarjun Kharge accused the government of “running away” from a discussion.

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