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Parliament passes amendment to RTI Act

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, July 25 - Parliament approved the amendment to the RTI Act, with Rajya Sabha on Thursday passing it after negating an Opposition sponsored motion to send it to a House committee for greater scrutiny.

The motion was negated by 117 members voting against the motion and 75 members voting in favour.

This after high drama in the House over what opposition charged was �intimidation� by the treasury benches to get the motion for sending the amendment to the RTI Act to the Select Committee rejected.

CM Ramesh, who recently quit TDP to join BJP, was seen getting vote slips signed by members and was confronted by an angry opposition parties led by Congress.

Deputy Chairman Harivansh asked Ramesh to go back to his seat as Congress members Viplov Thakur and others tried to snatch the vote slips from hands of Ramesh.

The House then plunged into a turmoil as Opposition members rushed into the Well shouting slogans against such strong arm tactics.

Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said the House has witnessed how �303 seats are won�, an apparent reference to BJP winning absolute majority in the recent Lok Sabha elections. Treasury benches countered this. � PTI

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Parliament passes amendment to RTI Act

NEW DELHI, July 25 - Parliament approved the amendment to the RTI Act, with Rajya Sabha on Thursday passing it after negating an Opposition sponsored motion to send it to a House committee for greater scrutiny.

The motion was negated by 117 members voting against the motion and 75 members voting in favour.

This after high drama in the House over what opposition charged was �intimidation� by the treasury benches to get the motion for sending the amendment to the RTI Act to the Select Committee rejected.

CM Ramesh, who recently quit TDP to join BJP, was seen getting vote slips signed by members and was confronted by an angry opposition parties led by Congress.

Deputy Chairman Harivansh asked Ramesh to go back to his seat as Congress members Viplov Thakur and others tried to snatch the vote slips from hands of Ramesh.

The House then plunged into a turmoil as Opposition members rushed into the Well shouting slogans against such strong arm tactics.

Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said the House has witnessed how �303 seats are won�, an apparent reference to BJP winning absolute majority in the recent Lok Sabha elections. Treasury benches countered this. � PTI

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