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14 February 2019 Current Events 16th Lok Sabha Session concluded

The 16th Lok Sabha session which was the last sitting came to an end yesterday. As per the information provided by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, 331 sittings have been taken by Lok Sabha. 205 bills were passed and the productivity was reported to be nearly 85%. For Rajya Sabha, productivity was reported to be 68 %. 154 bills were passed in the Rajya Sabha during its sitting. Speaker Sumitra Mahajan was also applauded for her conduct of the house.


16th Lok Sabha Session concluded

The 16th Lok Sabha session which was the last sitting came to an end yesterday. As per the information provided by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, 331 sittings have been taken by Lok Sabha. 205 bills were passed and the productivity was reported to be nearly 85%. For Rajya Sabha, productivity was reported to be 68 %. 154 bills were passed in the Rajya Sabha during its sitting. Speaker Sumitra Mahajan was also applauded for her conduct of the house.




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