Govt Failed To Get AIIMS Bill Passed In Parliament

Government Failed To Pass AIIMS Bill
As we all know, Government had recently attempted for a passage of bill in Parliament in order to set up AIIMS like premier medical institutes across the country. But, it failed with the members raising objections in the Rajya Sabha for passing it without discussion held among the members.


After the AIIMS - All India Institute of Medical Sciences bill 2012 was moved by Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare S.Ganghiselvan for considering and passage, a few members of left parties were on their feet with some CPI-M members even entering the Well.

The CPI-M and CPI demanded to have discussion on the Bill before passing it. While Prasanta Chatterjee (CPI-M) said his party will not allow any legislation to be passed in the Upper house without any discussion.

As BJP continued to raise uproar over allocation of coal blocks by entering the well, CPI-M members P Rajeeve and KN Balagopal also entered the Well raising objections to the manner in which the government wanted the legislation to be passed.

The members of BJP continued to raise slogans against the government and demanded registration of the Prime Minister and cancellation of coal blocks, CPI-M added to the din by raising objections to the AIIMS Bill being passed without any discussion.

The Minister of State for Personnel V Narayanasamy then told the Left members that the Bill has already been passed in Lok Sabha and in-fact asked What was their problem.

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