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LAND ACQUSITION ORDINANCE/BILL --A FEW POINTS


 http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2015/02/24/land-acquisition-bill_n_6740422.html

 In December, by an executive ordinance the government made significant changes in the Land Acquisition Act, including removal of a consent clause for acquiring land for purposes of industrial corridors, public-private partnership projects, rural infrastructure, affordable housing and defence.





 http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/under-pressure-government-agrees-to-consult-all-parties/article6929946.ece?homepage=true

A united Opposition, backed by sustained protests outside, compelled the Modi government on Tuesday to agree to consult leaders of all parties to find a way out of the Land Acquisition Bill imbroglio.
However, the government, despite pressure from both the Opposition and RSS affiliates, sources said, is reluctant to give in and make all the changes suggested, as then, the final product will resemble the original Land Acquisition Act.
At Tuesday’s BJP parliamentary party meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged MPs to explain the Bill’s provisions to their constituents to counter the Opposition’s criticism.
The government-Opposition stand-off in Parliament on five other ordinances continued, with each side registering a minor victory of its own. Simultaneously, the NDA’s parliamentary managers tried to create public opinion to use the infrequently deployed provision of a joint session.

 http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/govt-ready-to-discuss-ordinances-issue-naidu/article6925266.ece?ref=relatedNews





Facing an attack from opposition parties on the issue of ordinances, the government today expressed its readiness to discuss and debate in Parliament the objections raised by the rival parties even as it dismissed their charge of “Ordinance Raj“.
On the first day of the Budget Session, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu asked the parties not to politicise the issue.
Asking the Opposition not to find fault with ordinances per se, Naidu said, “If they have any problem on the content of the Ordinance, they are welcome to debate in Parliament...
Government is ready to discuss any objection raised by the Opposition... Let the Parliament decide. That is my humble request to all the political parties.”
Niadu said it was the first full fledged budget session of the NDA government and the people have high expectations from it.
He said that development is possible only thorough a proper climate for industry and proper legislative measures.
“Government should do it. That is the expectation of Parliament. I hope all political parties will understand that and cooperate with the government in proper conduct of the House, in debating, discussing and deciding the issues.
“I was pained that some friends in the Opposition said that ours was an Ordinance Raj. We are a democratic party, and democratic government,” Naidu said.
He said the NDA government has no fancy for ordinances and they were issued in past as well.
“We recall in the very first year of the republic, three ordinances were issued in 1950... I put it on record, which might not be palatable to some people that inspite of having massive majority in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the then government had resorted to ordinances,” the minister said.
Naidu also strongly defended the government on the ordinances on coal and land. He said that the land ordinance is not anti—farmer.
ALLAHABAD: BJP today refuted the charge that the Land Acquisition Bill brought by the Narendra Modi government was "anti-farmer" and claimed that "long-term interests" of the agriculturists had been kept in mind while preparing the draft.

The party also defended the decision to go for the ordinance route pointing out that notification of the proposed Act by a certain date was a "Constitutional obligation".

"Opposition parties like Congress, Trinamool, Samajwadi Party and BSP ..

ALLAHABAD: BJP today refuted the charge that the Land Acquisition Bill brought by the Narendra Modi government was "anti-farmer" and claimed that "long-term interests" of the agriculturists had been kept in mind while preparing the draft.

The party also defended the decision to go for the ordinance route pointing out that notification of the proposed Act by a certain date was a "Constitutional obligation".

"Opposition parties like Congress, Trinamool, Samajwadi Party and BSP ..

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