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In Less Than 36 Mins, 7 Bills In India Were Repealed In Last 15 Years

| Updated : November 30, 2021, 7:30 pm
Updated : November 30, 2021, 7:30 pm

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NEW DELHI: As Congress and other Opposition parties accused the BJP-led government in Centre of not debating the repealing of three farm laws in the Parliament, the team of the New Indian looked back at those bills in the past which were repealed as much instantaneously as these. Here’s a look at some of them

Union Duties of Excise (Electricity) Distribution Repeal Bill, 2006 [Time taken: 12 minutes]

Punjab General Sales Tax (As in force in the Union Territory of Chandigarh) Repeal Bill, 2005 [Time taken: 36 minutes]

Special Tribunals (Supplementary Provisions) Repeal Bill, 2004[Time taken: 18 minutes]


Customs and Central Excise Laws (Repeal) Bill, 2004 [Time taken: 8 minutes]

Mysore State Legislature (Delegation and Powers) Repeal Bill, 2002 [Time taken: 9 minutes]

Imperial Library (Indentures Validation) Repeal Bill, 2002 [Time taken: 14 minutes]

Refugee Relief Taxes (Abolition) Repeal Bill, 2002 [Time taken: 9 minutes]

Source: Lok Sabha and Rajya sabha records


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