The Joint Committee of Parliament or JCP inspecting the Personal Data Protection Bill was immediately given an extension until the Winter Session to submit its report.
The Joint Committee of Parliament was constituted within the Lok Sabha in December 2019 and was anticipated to submit its report within the Budget Session.
PP Chaudhary of the ruling BJP immediately moved a movement searching for extension as much as the Winter Session of Parliament for the 30-member panel to submit its report.
“That this House do extend up to the first week of Winter session of Parliament, 2021, the time for the presentation of the report of the Joint Committee on the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019,” the movement learn.
It was handed by a voice vote.
This is for the fifth time the committee’s tenure has been prolonged.
The Personal Data Protection Bill seeks to manage the usage of particular person’s knowledge by the federal government and personal firms.
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