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In sharp contrast to the winter session last year, the just concluded Lok Sabha session (ninth) has been one of the most productive ones of the current House.
There was a flurry of legislative activity going by the 27 Government Bills introduced in a span of 40 days, in which only 24 sittings could actually be held.
As many as 18 Government Bills were passed in the Lower House in the ninth session that commenced on November 22 and ended today. Among the several Bills passed was the historic Lokpal and Lokayuktas Bill. This session also saw a Constitutional Amendment Bill defeated; this could have accorded constitutional status to Lokpal. …