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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Lok Sabha clears changed Consumer Protection Bill

For the second back to back day on Thursday, the Lok Sabha passed two Bills in the midst of dissents by individuals from the Congress, the TDP and the AIADMK. 

Other than the Consumer Protection Bill, 2018, which tries to supplant the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, the National Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities (Amendment) Bill, 2018, was passed. 

The Consumer Protection Bill will progress toward becoming law once it experiences the Rajya Sabha. It is intended to secure the individuals who utilize new advances, for example, internet business and web based shopping. The money related ward of the District Consumers Courts has been expanded: they can manage grievances including ₹1 crore as against the ₹20 lakh prior. Under the proviso of item risk, a maker will be subject to pay for items with imperfections.

The Bill was passed after a short dialog as individuals from the Congress and the AIADMK increased their trademark yelling. While the Congress requested a Joint Parliamentary Committee test into the Rafale bargain, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka individuals were challenging over the Cauvery issue. TDP MPs were requesting the extraordinary classification status for Andhra Pradesh and a steel plant. 

Resolved to run the House, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan was enthused about taking up the Triple Talaq Bill. Nonetheless, it was delayed till December 27 after Congress pioneer Mallikarjun Kharge guaranteed her that the Opposition would partake in the discussion one week from now. 

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