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Aug 10, 2019
6:22PM

Lok Sabha Secretariat to be soon made paperless

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Lok Sabha Secretariat will be soon made paperless so that public money worth crores of rupees can be saved by decreasing the use of paper.

Addressing media in New Delhi today, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said the delays involved in delivery of hard copies to the members will also be minimized with the use electronic and digital methods.

He said members will be given the option of receiving Parliamentary papers either through e-copy or hard copy as a part of this initiative.  
             
Regarding the introduction of bills in the house, Mr Birla said, experts will brief the members on different aspects of the bills introduced in the house. 

He hoped that such an arrangement will facilitate a better understanding of the background and scope of legislative proposals brought by the Government on the floor of the house.

Mr. Birla also informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been urged to include the expansion and modernization of Parliament House in his resolution for the Naya Bharat.
 

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