Top Headlines: Budget Session: LS spent only 1% of allotted time on work, RS 6%

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Budget Session: LS spent only 1% of allotted time on work, RS 6%
According to PRS legislative research, this was the least productive budget session since 2000. The Upper House spent only three minutes on government bills while it was 14 minutes for the Lower House. In all, 250 hours were wasted while issues like the PNB scam and alleged dilution of the SC/ST Act couldn’t come up for discussion.
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