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Opposition unites, wants Right to Information Bill be sent to select panel

The opposition parties met on Tuesday morning and decided to have a common floor strategy and push the government, which is outnumbered in Rajya Sabha.

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Jul 24, 2019, 08.31 AM IST
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Right to Information (Amendment) Bill
NEW DELHI: A day after the Lok Sabha passed Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, the opposition has united in Rajya Sabha to demand that the draft bill be referred to a select committee for better scrutiny.

Congress, Trinamool Congress, Biju Janata Dal, Samajwadi Party, BSP, DMK, Left Front, Nationalist Congress Party and Indian Union Muslim League have joined hands in the upper house to demand sending the bill to a select committee.

The opposition parties met on Tuesday morning and decided to have a common floor strategy and push the government, which is outnumbered in Rajya Sabha.
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