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Assembly brings in eight Bills

Assembly brings in eight Bills

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 March 2018 12:00 AM GMT

From our correspondent

Itagar, March 9: The Aruchal Pradesh Assembly introduced eight important government bills on Friday that will be taken up for discussion in the House during the ongoing Budget session.

Education Minister Honchun Ngandam introduced the Aruchal Pradesh State Higher Education Council Bill 2018 in order to make the State Higher Education Council functiol and to ensure autonomy and accountability of all higher education institutions of the State.

Town Planning Minister bam Rebia introduced three important bills – the Aruchal Pradesh Land and Ecological sites (Protection and Magement) Bill 2018, Adoption of the Central Street Vendors (Protection, Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act 2014 (No 7 of 2014) Aruchal Pradesh Bill 2018, and the Aruchal Pradesh (Land Settlement and Records) Amendment Bill 2018.

The Aruchal Pradesh Land and Ecological sites (Protection and Magement) Bill 2018 aims at preservation, protection, acquisition and maintence of land and other ecological sites of the State and more specifically within the jurisdiction of the administrative headquarters and urban centres of the State.

While Panchayat Minister Alo Libang introduced the Aruchal Pradesh Panchayat Raj (Amendment) Bill 2018, Chief Minister Pema Khandu introduced the Aruchal Pradesh Money Lending (Regulation) Bill 2018 and Aruchal Pradesh Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Magement (Amendment) Bill 2018. The Aruchal Pradesh Money Lending (Regulation) Bill 2018 is aimed at checking uuthorized and unfair money-lending practices.

Home Minister Kumar Waii introduced the Crimil Laws (Aruchal Pradesh) (Amendment) Bill 2018 to amend the Indian Pel Code 1860, the Code of Crimil Procedure 1973, the Indian Evidence Act 1872 and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 in its application to the State.

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