28 private member bills introduced in Lok Sabha

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New Delhi: Proposing radical constitutional reforms and highlighting public concerns that do not otherwise blip on the government’s legislative radar, MPs have moved a raft of private members’ bills including 28 already in the 17th Lok Sabha in the Parliament.

As per reports, private members’ bills are public bills not on the government’s official agenda, as opposed to bills introduced by ministers, which are referred to as government bills because they are backed by the ruling dispensation and reflect its legislative agenda.

BJP member Ajay Bhatt introduced a bill to provide for “population control by the adoption of small family norms”. He also introduced two other bills seeking amendments to the Constitution.

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