There are over 50 private member bills in Lok Sabha

Friday, more than 50 private member bills were introduced in Lok Sabha, including one to get rid of electronic voting machines (EVMs).

BSP member Danish Ali introduced the bill to amend Representation of the People Act, 1951.

Other bills dealt with shutting down the internet, waiver of loans, and mob lynching prevention.

The DMK’s Thamizhachi Thangapandian introduced a bill to prevent internet shutdowns and bring greater transparency and accountability for shutdowns.

As part of a bill introduced by Congress member Dean Kuriakose, a board would be set up to identify loans to be waived as a one-time measure in the country’s interest.

In attempts to instill a sense of fear among the people involved in mob lynching, E T Mohammed Basheer of the IUML introduced a bill to prevent mob lynching and provide adequate punishment for those who do it.

Victims of lynching and their families are also being rehabilitated.

Danish Ali told the media that traditional voting systems make elections fair and free.

It’s no secret that EVMs are prone to errors, and several countries have stopped using them because they’re not trusted. “Electronic voting machines should be replaced with traditional ballots in our country too,” he said.

A bill introduced by BJP MP Ravi Kishan aims to control population growth.


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