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CAB : All eyes on last day of RS proceedings (2/12/2019) 
Budget Session, which started 31 January, will hold its final session on Wednesday and is likely to end with a large list of bills remaining pending in both Houses of Parliament. With Congress staging a walk-out on Tuesday in the Lok Sabha over the Rafale deal and the Rajya Sabha being adjourned following an uproar by Samajwadi Party members after party chief Akhilesh Yadav was allegedly stopped at Lucknow airport while on his way to Allahabad, both Houses once again lost valuable time.At the end of the Winter Session (247th session) of the Rajya Sabha, the Upper House had 49 government bills and 130 private members bills pending; the Lok Sabha, on the other hand, according to its official website, had 25 government bills and over a thousand private members bills pending. With Wednesday being the last official business day of both Houses of the Parliament, let's take a look at some of the key bills that have been pending in both Houses of the Parliament. The Upper House has managed to pass just two bills during the Budget Session. The Upper House has the maximum number of bills pending, including key bills such as the Consumers Protection Bill 2018, Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 and the Aaadhar and Other Laws (Amendment) Bill 2019. Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019: Though passed in the Lok Sabha, the Bill has been in limbo in the Rajya Sabha following the protests in the North East. Though the Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on 6 February, it is yet to see any progress. Home Minister Rajnath Singh was expected to table the Bill in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, however, following an uproar by the Samajwadi Party, the Upper House was adjourned for the most part of the day. It's unlikely the Bill will be tabled on the last day of the Budget Session even though the prime minister has thrown his weight behind it, and is an important part of the BJP's agenda to consolidate Hindu votes in the North East ahead of the Lok Sabha Election. The bill seeks to grant Indian citizenship to non-Muslim minorities of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who fled religious persecution. It was passed by Lok Sabha on 8 January and is awaiting the nod of Rajya Sabha.
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