Haryana Assembly monsoon session begins today, legislators to use only tabs

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The Haryana government will move an official resolution to withdraw the contentious Haryana Control of Organised Crime Bill, 2020, in the monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly that commences Monday afternoon. In the business advisory committee’s meeting, it was decided that the session would continue till August 10.
According to the state government, certain discrepancies were pointed out by the Union ministries of law and justice, finance and the revenue department after which it decided to withdraw the Bill. A revised Bill would be moved later, according to the government.
It will be an ‘e-Vidhan Sabha’, wherein the members of the House will use tablets instead of reading the session’s proceedings on paper. A mock-training session would also be held for the members around noon.
In July, after inaugurating the two-day workshop of National e-Vidhan Application (NIVA) at Panchkula, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that “although there will be hesitation” in adopting tablets initially, “slowly the MLAs will become proficient in using the technology”. The e-Vidhan Sabha, Khattar added, will also prove useful from an environmental point of view as the system will make Vidhan Sabha paperless, “saving lots of paper and trees”.
“e-Vidhan Sabha will prove to be a milestone. Today, the whole world is moving towards digitisation. If we want to move with the new generation, then we have to use computers and information technology. Through NIVA, we can see the functioning of not only Haryana Vidhan Sabha but Lok Sabha as well as Vidhan Sabhas of other states. Along with this, you will also be able to compare the work of other assemblies. Big paper bundles of bills, notifications, question-answers etc. to be introduced in the Assembly used to be carried, but now all these will be present on the screen of our tablet,” Khattar had said.
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