<b>XIII LOK SABHA DEBATES, <i> Session I </i> </b>
XIII LOK SABHA DEBATES, Session I Friday, October 29, 1999/Kartika 7, 1921 (Saka)


Type of Debate: MESSAGES FROM RAJYA SABHA
Title: Reported a message from Rajya Sabha that at its sitting held on 29th October, 1999, Rajya Sabha passed the Income-Tax (Amendment) Bill, 1999 Contingency Fund of India (Amendment) Bill, 1999 and the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 1999 with out any amendment.

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SECRETARY-GENERAL: Sir, I have to report the following messages received from the Secretary-General of Rajya Sabha:-

(i) "In accordance with the provisions of sub-rule (6) of rule 186 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Rajya Sabha, I am directed to return herewith the Income-tax (Amendment) Bill, 1999 which was passed by the Lok Sabha at its sitting held on the 28th October, 1999 and transmitted to the Rajya Sabha for its recommendations and to state that this House has no recommendations to make to the Lok Sabha in regard to the said Bill."

(ii) "In accordance with the provisions of sub-rule (6) of rule 186 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Rajya Sabha, I am directed to return herewith the Contingency Fund of India (Amendment) Bill, 1999 which was passed by the Lok Sabha at its sitting held on the 28th October, 1999 and transmitted to the Rajya Sabha for its recommendations and to state that this House has no recommendations to make to the Lok Sabha in regard to the said Bill."

(iii) "In accordance with the provisions of rule 127 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Rajya Sabha, I am directed to inform the Lok Sabha that the Rajya Sabha, at its sitting held on the 29th October, 1999 agreed without any amendment to the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 1999 which was passed by the Lok Sabha at its sitting held on the 28th October, 1999."

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SHRI SONTOSH MONHAN DEV: Sir, the hon. Parliamentary Affairs Minister should follow the tradition of serving dinner whenever the sitting of the House is extended beyond eight o'clock. This is for the future.


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