Ranchi: Several bills were introduced in the House after the proceedings of the House started after the lunch break.
After this all the bills were passed by the House.
This includes Arogyam International University Bill, CV Raman Global University Bill, Factory Jharkhand Amendment Bill and Jharkhand Advocates Welfare Fund Amendment Bill.
After this, the Speaker adjourned the proceedings of the House till 11:00 am on Thursday.
Earlier, the proceedings of the House started after the lunch break.
After this, Minister in-charge Mithilesh Kumar Thakur kept the Arogyam International University Bill 2023 in the House.
Which was passed by the house.
Earlier, AJSU MLA Lambodar Mahato oppose this bill against the UGC guideline and demanded to send it to the Select Committee.
In-charge minister Mithilesh Thakur said that this bill has been brought after completing all the process.
Here, as soon as the proceedings of the house started, the BJP MLAs came to the Well and started raising slogans. BJP MLAs walked out of the house.
In-charge minister Mithlesh Thakur presented the CV Raman Global University Bill 2023 in the House.
AJSU MLA Lambodar Mahato opposed this bill and demanded to send it to the Select Committee.
He said that this is very unfortunate.
This is one such state in the whole country, where assets built at a cost of more than 1 billion are being handed over to private institutions.
After protests, the CV Raman Global University Bill 2023 was passed from the House.
The Factory Jharkhand Amendment Bill 2023 was placed in the House by the in-charge minister Satyanand Bhokta.
Lambodar Mahato opposed this bill against the safety of women and demanded to send it to the Select Committee.
Said that this bill violates the Factory Act 1948.
In this bill, women are allowed to work from 10 pm to 6 am in various factories.
That’s why this act is anti-women.
After protests, it was passed from the House.
In-charge minister Alamgir Alam kept the Jharkhand Advocates Welfare Fund Amendment Bill 2023 in the House.
Lambodar Mahato demanded to send this bill to the Select Committee.
He said that the advocates will now have to pay Rs.30 instead of Rs.15 for the stamp.
But it is wrong to put its burden on the poor people.
If the government wants, it can give it as a grant to the lawyers.
After this the bill was passed from the house.