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(Ends)
MESSAGE FROM LOK SABHA

THE COMPANIES BILL, 2013

SECRETARY-GENERAL: Sir, I have to report to the House the following message received from the Lok Sabha, signed by the Secretary-General of the Lok Sabha:-

“In accordance with the provisions of rule 101 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha, I am directed to inform you that the following amendments made by Rajya Sabha in the Companies Bill, 2012 at its sitting held on the 8th August, 2013, were taken into consideration and agreed to by Lok Sabha at its sitting held on the 13th August, 2013:-



ENACTING FORMULA

1.That at page 1, line 1, for the word "Sixty-third" the word "Sixty-fourth be substituted.



CLAUSE 1

2. That at page 1, line 4, for the figure "2012" the figure "2013" be substituted.



SCHEDULE I

3.That at page 241, line 37, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.

4.That at page 254, line 26, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.

5.That at page 254, line 33, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.

6.That at page 258, line 26, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.

7.That at page 258, line 36, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.



SCHEDULE III

8. That at page 265, line 13, for the figure "2011", the figure "2013" be substituted.



SCHEDULE V

9.That at page 286, line 19, for the figure "2012", the figure "2013" be substituted.

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REPORTS OF DEPARTMENT RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT
PROF. SAIF-UD-DIN SOZ (JAMMU & KASHMIR): Sir, I lay on the Table, a copy each (in English and Hindi) of the following Reports of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Rural Development:—

Forty-second Report on ‘Implementation of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005’;

Forty-third Report on action taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in the Thirty-third Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Computerization of Land Records’;

Forty-fourth Report on action taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in the Thirty-second Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART)’; and

Forty-fifth Report on ‘Capacity Building of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs)’.

(Ends)
STATEMENTS OF DEPARTMENT RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT


PROF. SAIF-UD-DIN SOZ (JAMMU & KASHMIR): Sir, I lay on the Table, a copy each (in English and Hindi) of the following Statements of the Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Rural Development:—

Action Taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in Chapter – I and final replies included in Chapter –V of the Thirty-fourth Action Taken Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on the recommendations of the Committee contained in the Twenty-seventh Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Demands for Grants (2012-13)’ of the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation;

Action Taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in Chapter – I and final replies included in Chapter –V of the Thirty-fifth Action Taken Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on the recommendations of the Committee contained in the Twenty-eighth Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Demands for Grants (2012-13)’ of the Ministry of Rural Development (Department of Land Resources);

Action Taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in Chapter – I and final replies included in Chapter –V of the Thirty-sixth Action Taken Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on the recommendations of the Committee contained in the Twenty-ninth Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Demands for Grants (2012-13)’ of the Ministry of Panchayati Raj; and

Action Taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in Chapter – I and final replies included in Chapter –V of the Thirty-seventh Action Taken Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on the recommendations of the Committee contained in the Thirtieth Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on ‘Demands for Grants (2012-13)’ of the Ministry of Rural Development (Department of Rural Development).

(Ends)
ANNOUNCEMENT RE. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING 19TH AUGUST, 2013


THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS (SHRI RAJEEV SHUKLA): Sir, with your permission, I rise to announce that the Government Business in this House for the week commencing Monday, 19th August, 2013 will consist of:

Consideration of any item of Government Business carried over from today's Order paper.

Consideration and passing of the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 2013 - To replace an Ordinance.

Discussion on the Statutory Resolution seeking disapproval of the National Food Security Ordinance, 2013 and consideration and passing of the National Food Security Bill, 2013, after it is passed by Lok Sabha.

Discussion on the Statutory Resolution seeking disapproval of the Securities Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2013 and consideration and passing of the Securities Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2013, after it is passed by Lok Sabha.

5. Consideration and passing of the following Bills: -

(a) The National Waterway (Lakhipur-Banga Stretch of the Barak River) Bill, 2013; and

(b)The Parliament (Prevention of Disqualification) Amendment Bill, 2013.

6. Consideration and passing of the Wakf (Amendment) Bill, 2010, as passed by Lok Sabha and as reported by Select Committee of Rajya Sabha.

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श्री नरेश अग्रवाल : सर, हमारा एक प्वाइंट ऑफ आर्डर है।

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: What is your point of order?

श्री नरेश अग्रवाल : रूल 23 के अन्तर्गत।

श्री उपसभापति : आप हमेशा प्वाइंट ऑफ आर्डर उठाते हैं। क्या बात है, बोलिए।

श्री नरेश अग्रवाल :अरेंजमेंट ऑफ गवर्नमेंट बिजनेस”। श्रीमन्, इसमें बड़ा स्पष्ट है कि सैक्रेट्री जनरल की राय से सभापति प्रतिदिन सदन के बिजनेस को तय करेंगे और अगर उचित समझेंगे तो उस बिजनेस को बदल सकते हैं, लेकिन और कोई सदन के बिजनेस को नहीं बदल सकता। श्रीमन्, जब परसों मीटिंग हुई, किश्तवाड़ा पर चर्चा होने की बात थी, हम सब बैठे और सदन ने तय किया कि किश्तवाड़ा पर पहले चर्चा होगी, फिर माननीय कार्यवाहक गृह मंत्री जी जवाब देंगे। लेकिन जब हम लोगों ने देखा कि चर्चा से पहले माननीय कार्यवाहक गृह मंत्री जी इस बात की जिद करने लगे कि मैं पहले बोलूंगा, पहले स्टेटमेंट पढूंगा और उन्होंने चेयर को इंगित करके जो बात कही.......

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श्री नरेश अग्रवाल (क्रमागत) : मैं पूछना चाहता हूं कि क्या इस रूल के अंतर्गत वे बातें सही थीं और अगर सही नहीं थीं, तो माननीय कार्यवाहक गृह मंत्री जी को वे शब्द वापस ले लेने चाहिए?

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: No, what is your point of order?

श्री नरेश अग्रवाल : सर, जो सब्जैक्ट अलॉट था, उस सब्जैक्ट को फॉलो किया गया या नहीं किया गया?

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: There is no point of order.

श्री नरेश अग्रवाल : श्रीमन्, आज तो मैं रूल की बात कर रहा हूं। आप सेक्शन 23 पूरा पढ़ लीजिए। आप उस पर अपनी रूलिंग दे दें।

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: There is no point of order in this. Chair has always the authority to change the order, if necessary. ...(Interruptions).. Yes, Chair can.

संसदीय कार्य मंत्रालय में राज्य मंत्री (श्री राजीव शुक्ल) : माननीय डिप्टी चेयरमैन सर, जैसा कि मेंबर्स ने आग्रह किया है, इकॉनोमिक सिचुएशन पर शॉर्ट ड्यूरेशन डिस्कशन किया जाए, जिससे हम सहमत भी हैं। फाइनेंस मिनिस्टर भी यहां हैं, लेकिन सप्लीमेंटरी बिजनेस लिस्ट में नेशनल वाटरवेज़ का एक छोटा सा बिल है। It is about Lakhipur-Bhanga Stretch of the Barak River. सर, मिनिस्टर भी आ गए हैं। अब अगर हम 20 मिनट उसको दे दें, फिर पांच बजे तक वह पूरा डिस्कशन चलता रहे। अगर हाउस सहमत है तो उसे ले लें।

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: If the House agrees, I have no problem.

श्री राजीव शुक्ल : यह वाटरवेज़ का बहुत छोटा सा बिल है

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Yes, in 20 minutes. Which Bill is this?

SHRI RAJEEV SHUKLA: Sir, it is the National Waterway (Lakhipur-

Bhanga Stretch of the Barak River) Bill, 2013.



MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Okay. If the House agrees, I have no problem. Then, before that, let me have the introduction of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013. Dr. Girija Vyas.

BILL INTRODUCED

THE REAL ESTATE (REGULATION AND DEVELOPMENT)

BILL, 2013
THE MINISTER OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION (DR. GIRIJA VYAS): Sir, with your permission, I beg to move for leave to introduce a Bill further to establish the Real Estate Regulatory Authority for regulation and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure sale of plot, apartment or building, as the case

may be, in an efficient and transparent manner and to protect the interest of consumers in the real estate sector and establish the Appellate Tribunal to hear appeals from the decisions, directions or orders of the Authority and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.



The question was put and the motion was adopted.

DR. GIRIJA VYAS: Sir, I introduce the Bill.

(Ends)


MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Now, I will take up Special Mentions. You can lay it on the Table. Those who want to read can read at 5.00 p.m.

श्री रणवीर सिंह प्रजापति :*

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: No, I have not allowed you. It will not go on record. I have not allowed you. It is not going on record.
* Not recorded.
SPECIAL MENTIONS *

PB/9A

DEMAND FOR SETTING UP NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
DR. BARUN MUKHERJI (WEST BENGAL): Sir, I would urge upon the Minister of Culture to set up a National Institute of Library and Information Science as is being demanded by thousands of library professionals and as has been recommended by the National Knowledge Commission (NKC) constituted in 2005 initiated by the Prime Minister and headed by Mr. Sam Pitroda. The Working Group of Libraries under NKC in its Report entitled "Libraries: Gateways to Knowledge - A roadmap for revitalisation" recommended in 2006 the formation of the Indian Institute of Library and Information Science of national importance.

With the growing technological development and advancement in research and studies, library and information science have assumed added importance. To feed the need of expertise for the purpose, a



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national institute for studies, research and training is essential, which we are lacking till now, particularly in the field of public library. Although LIS courses up to Post Graduate and Ph.D. levels are offered in many of the universities, overall guiding model at the national level is yet to be developed. NKC has, therefore, recommended NILIS as a nodal body. But this is yet to be implemented by the Government. Even it is not known whether the recommendation has been rejected, and, if so, why? LIS is now a full grown professional subject, having its exclusive Encyclopedia in the international market. When other professional subjects are having apex academic bodies, why not the LIS?

I, therefore, request the Ministry of Culture to take necessary steps to set up the NILIS at an early date.

(Ends)


9B/SKC

DEMAND FOR TAKING STRICT MEASURES TO CHECK INCREASING NUMBER OF DOWRY DEATHS IN THE COUNTRY
SHRIMATI JHARNA DAS BAIDYA (TRIPURA): Sir, I would draw your kind attention towards the recent statistics of NCRB. In spite of stringent laws against dowry-related offences, in addition to sustained campaign against the menace, deaths and offences related to the evil have increased. Figures show that 91,202 dowry deaths were reported in the country from January, 2001 to December, 2012. Of these, in as many as 84,013 cases, the offenders were chargesheeted and sent for trial while 6,851 deaths were reported in 2001. In 2012, there was 8,233 offences, in 6,539 cases there were chargesheets and 6,060 offenders were sent for trial in 2001. In 2012, it was 8,022 and 7,537, respectively. In 2001, 21,922 cases were pending while the number was 29,699 in 2012. A total of 1,389 cases were withdrawn for various reasons in 12 years. As many as 44,668 convictions were effected during the period. Uttar Pradesh has the highest incidence of dowry – 23,824; in Bihar, it is 13,548. The conviction rate was 50 per cent in UP, 30 per cent in Bihar and in Maharashtra, it was 3,068. In UP the deaths tally was above 2,000 during most of the period. In MP, the tally hovered around 600. In Delhi, the number of deaths was 1,582 in two years whereas in Nagaland, no dowry deaths were reported.

Sir, dowry-related torture and domestic violence has continued to escalate even after Section 498A and Section 304(B) relating to dowry deaths were incorporated in the law. Every few minutes, a woman is killed for dowry. However, very few complaints result in convictions. This is mainly because of poor implementation of the law by the police and other authorities as well as due to certain loopholes.

I would like to know from the Government, what are the steps taken for ensuring the safety of women and demand strict action against the culprits.

(Ends)


HK/9C

DEMAND FOR FORMULATING AN EFFECTIVE POLICY FOR CONSERVATION OF VARIOUS LANGUAGES

AND DIALECTS OF COUNTRY
DR. JANARDHAN WAGHMARE (MAHARASHTRA): Sir, according to a recent survey done by Vadodara-based Bhasha Research and Publication Centre, India has lost around 20 per cent of its languages in the past five decades. This is because India does not have a language conservation policy. The country had 1100 languages in 1961. The 1971 Census listed 108 languages. And now there are about 880 languages, according to the People’s Linguistic Survey of India (PLSI). Under the mighty tides of globalisation dialects and languages are swept ashore to breathe their last. Darwin’s Theory of Survival is applicable as much to languages as to their speakers. This is happening not only in India but in other countries also. With the death of dialects and languages, lore and learning also die silently and without any flutter. It is language that distinguishes human beings from other living beings. We construct cultures and civilizations through languages. Languages cannot survive in the absence of languages conservation policy. Such a policy makes dialects and languages, culture and civilizations resilient and vibrant. Now is the time for India to give a serious thought to this pertinent problem. Cultures die with the death of languages and humanity dies with the death of cultures. Languages survive when people speak them and write in them. The essence of Indianness is in the Indian languages. Languages define our identities. The mushroom growth of English medium primary schools in the country will take toll on Indian languages. This is a very serious matter.

I urge upon the Government to formulate an effective language conservation policy. (Ends)



(Followed by USY/1P)

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MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Okay. Now, as decided, we will take up the National Waterway...(Interruptions)...

SHRI RAJIV PRATAP RUDY: Sir, has the JD(U) formally joined the Government? ...(Interruptions)...Has the JD(U) formally joined the Government? ...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: No. But I have no problem if they join. ...(Interruptions)...

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS (SHRI RAJEEV SHUKLA): I am a Minister. Hon. Members come and discuss many things with me. If I go there, it does not mean that I have joined the BJP. ...(Interruptions)...

SHRI RAJIV PRATAP RUDY: I just wanted to clarify whether the JD(U) has formally joined the UPA. ...(Interruptions)...

SHRI RAJEEV SHUKLA: Members usually come and talk to me. ...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Okay. But the Chair has no problem, either way, whether they join here or they join there. ...(Interruptions)...

Okay. Now, the National Waterway...(Interruptions)...



श्री रामविलास पासवान: सर, मेरी एक रिक्वेस्ट है कि स्पेशल मेंशन्स के लिए मुश्किल से तीन-चार सदस्य हैं। ..(व्यवधान)... Only three Members are there.

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: This is a policy decision.

SHRI RAM VILAS PASWAN: My only request is, why can't we take up the Special Mentions for reading just now? ...(Interruptions)...

श्री उपसभापति: यह पॉलिसी डिसीजन चेयरमैन साहब ने लिया है कि अगर स्पेशल मेंशन पढ़ना है तो 5.00 बजे पढ़ेंगे, lay करना है तो 12.00 बजे करेंगे।...(व्यवधान)... यह पॉलिसी डिसीजन चेयरमैन साहब ने लिया है।

श्री रामविलास पासवान: तो सर, हम भी lay करते हैं। ...(व्यवधान)
SPECIAL MENTIONS (CONTD.)*

MP/9D

NEED TO START DIALOGUE WITH THE INSURGENT GROUPS

OF NORTH EASTERN STATES

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श्री रामविलास पासवान (बिहार) : महोदय, मैं सदन का ध्यान मणिपुर और पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों की समस्या की ओर खींचना चाहता हूं। जैसा कि सदन को मालूम है कि पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों की मुख्य समस्या Insurgency (विद्रोह) है। 2008 में Insurgency के कई संगठन जैसे UPF (United People Front), KUKI National Organisation, United Tribal Liberation of Assam (U.T.L.A.) आदि ने Suspension of Operation (SOO) के लिए सुझाव दिया और Insurgency के समाधान के लिए त्रिपक्षीय (केन्द्र, राज्य और विद्रोही ग्रुप) के बीच बातचीत का सुझाव दिया। कई संगठनों ने हथियार भी सुपुर्द किए और उस संगठन के कैडर विभिन्न कैम्पों में आज भी हैं। Insurgent नेता के चाहने के बावजूद भी अभी तक सरकार द्वारा इस संबंध में कोई कार्रवाई नहीं की गई, जबकि मणिपुर की जनता और सिविल सोसाइटी के लोग सरकार पर राजनैतिक बातचीत के लिए दबाव डाल रहे हैं। मैं मांग करता हूं कि सरकार अविलम्ब मणिपुर और पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों के Insurgent Groups से राजनैतिक वार्तालाप शुरू करे, जिससे पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों में शांति व्यवस्था कायम हो सके।

(समाप्त)



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MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Okay. Now, we shall take up the National Waterway (Lakhipur-Bhanga Stretch of the Barak River) Bill, 2013. Shri G.K. Vasan. ...(Interruptions)...

DR. BHARATKUMAR RAUT: Sir, I have a very serious issue to raise. ...(Interruptions)...There were explosions on the Indian Naval Submarine, Sindhurakshak. ...(Interruptions)... It has started sinking. ...(Interruptions)... It is the biggest tragedy in the history of Indian Naval history. ...(Interruptions)... I wish that the Government...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: What do you want? ...(Interruptions)... I have not allowed you. ...(Interruptions)... No; no. ...(Interruptions)... I have called the Minister. ...(Interruptions)... There is no mike. ...(Interruptions)... You are not in your seat. ...(Interruptions)... There is no mike. ...(Interruptions)... Are you in your seat? ...(Interruptions)... There is no mike. ...(Interruptions)... I am not able to hear what you are saying. ...(Interruptions)...

DR. BHARATKUMAR RAUT: A senior Minister is sitting here. ...(Interruptions)... Nobody is taking cognizance of the matter. ...(Interruptions)... There should be a suo motu statement from the Government. ...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: On what? ...(Interruptions)...

DR. BHARATKUMAR RAUT: Sir, an Indian Naval Ship, Sindhurakshak, has caught fire, after explosion in the...(Interruptions)... It is a secret area. ...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Okay; okay. Let me speak now. ...(Interruptions)... Yes, this is a very serious incident. ...(Interruptions)... In the morning, hon. Defence Minister informed that he was going to the spot. ...(Interruptions)... He has already gone there. Let him come back. ...(Interruptions)... He will make the statement, once he comes back. ...(Interruptions)... Hon. Defence Minister has already gone there. Let him come back first. ...(Interruptions)... What are you saying? ...(Interruptions)...

डा. चंदन मित्रा: सर, स्वतंत्रता दिवस से एक दिन पहले यह होता है, इसके पीछे क्या है? ...(व्यवधान)...

DR. BHARATKUMAR RAUT: At least, make a statement in the House. ...(Interruptions)...

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Who else can make a statement? ...(Interruptions)... How can Government make a statement when...(Interruptions)... It is the Defence Minister who is in-charge. ...(Interruptions)...


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