Parliament Updates: Lok Sabha passes RTI (Amendment) Bill; Rajya Sabha passes bill allowing appointment of SC judge as NHRC chief

  • In the last five working days of the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha government plans to introduce 13 bills

  • Union ministers are in touch with opposition parties to bring them on board for the extension of session that ends on 26 July to 2 August

  • The ongoing first session of the 17th Lok Sabha, which started on 17 June, has so far been the most productive in the last 20 years

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Parliament Updates: Lok Sabha passes RTI (Amendment) Bill; Rajya Sabha passes bill allowing appointment of SC judge as NHRC chief
  • 19:27 (IST)

    Zero Hour begins in Lok Sabha

    Further discussion on Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 to be continued tomorrow. MPs begin raising matters of public importance during the Zero Hour.

  • 19:23 (IST)

    Nitin Gadkari lists provisions and amendments proposed by the MVA Bill

    Parents of underage drivers will be penalised, if the Bill is passed, says Nitin Gadkari. He also said that since driving capabilities of truck drivers matter, the provision of minimum educational qualification of having passed Class 8 will be done away with.

  • 19:20 (IST)

    What amendments is the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 proposing?


    The Bill seeks to amend the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, which looks into road safety, licenses and permits with regard to motor vehicles and standards for motor vehicles.

    The Bill proposes a scheme to allow cashless treatment of victims in a road accident during the 'golden hour'. This hour is defined in the Bill as time period of one hour following traumatic injury, during which the likelihood of preventing death through prompt medical care is the highest.

    It provides for the constitution of a compulsory road insurance cover for all, under a Motor Vehicle Accident Fund. The Bill proposes to allow the Centre to recall motor vehicles if a defect in the same causes environmental damage or is unsafe for the driver or others on the road.

    The Bill seeks to develop a National Transportation Policy, in consultation with the States. It also proposes the constitution of a National Road Safety Board, which will consult the State and the Central governments on road safety and the management of traffic. The Bill also proposes that transport aggregators, like Uber and Ola, be issued licenses by the government.

  • 18:38 (IST)

    Rajya Sabha adjourned for the day

    After the special mentions end, Rajya Sabha is adjourned for the day.

  • 18:06 (IST)

    Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Minister, Road Transport and Highways introduces the The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in the Lok Sabha

  • 18:05 (IST)

    Rajya Sabha passes The Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019

  • 18:05 (IST)

    Lok Sabha passes The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019

  • 18:04 (IST)

    Union Minister Nityanand Rai reponds to questions on the Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019

  • 18:04 (IST)

    Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension responds to the questions by the MPs on the RTI Amendment Bill, 2019

    Hitting out at Opposition MPs who said basic rights are being taken away by the amendments suggested by the RTI Bill, Singh said that the current government has nothing to hide and the darkest hour for the country was during the Emergency period under Indira Gandhi.

    Two lakh grievances were filed under the RTI Act in 2014, Singh informed the Lok Sabha, adding that the number rose to almost 16 lakh annually, due to the current government’s commitment to resolving issues.

    After a demand by the MPs, a division to be undertaken.

  • 18:04 (IST)

    NHRC does not have autonomy to look into violations by Army, says Congress’ Ripun Bora


    There is no use of the NHRC’s powers if it cannot look into the violation by the Army, Congress’ Ripun Bora said in the Rajya Sabha.

    Stating that five people have committed suicide since the inception of detention camps in Assam where persons are sent by the foreigners’ tribunals, he sought that an expert team be sent to the state to examine the conditions there. He said that no action is taken even though the government knows these camps have no water, electricity or other basic facilities.

    Bora said that bias will weaken the Commission of a judge is allowed to chair it. 

  • 18:04 (IST)

    Clauses regarding reappointment and tenure of chief are contradictory, says TDP member

    TDP’s Kanankamedala Ravindra Kumar said the decrease of the Chairperson's tenure from five years to three years and the opportunity to reappoint the post at any time are both in contradiction and the clause can be misused. After having existed for 26 years, the NHRC requires review and amendments, which include giving it quasi-judicial or judicial powers and making its recommendations binding.

    Amendments should allow time-bound reappointments to deal with the current issue of vacancies in the SHRC. Kumar said that the NHRC has become a fact-finding committee instead of a human rights watchdog and that the Bill should be sent to a Standing Committee.

  • 18:03 (IST)

    Withdraw Bill or send to Standing Committee, says NK Premachandran


    While discussing the RTI Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha, RSP’s NK Premachandran called it a black day in the legislative history of the nation when the legislative powers are being usurped by the executive body through the rule-making power.

    He called the Bill an insult to the Constitution and also to the judiciary as it violates the Supreme Court judgement from February 2019 which upheld that the provisions of terms and salary of information commission will remain the same terms as the Election Commission. He said the Bill should either be withdrawn or sent to a Standing Committee.

    He said that the BJP is cutting down the rights of the Chief Information Commissioner and the State Information Commissioner.

  • 18:03 (IST)

    Government is not following the advice of the Law Commission nor the Constitution, says Asaduddin Owaisi

    Following the Law Commission report, salaries of different tribunals were rationalised, but this report did not recommend the same for the information commission, Asaduddion Owaisi said in the Lok Sabha, before hitting out at the Centre for neither following the Constitution nor the Law Commission’s advice.

  • 18:03 (IST)

    Steps to strengthen the NHRC need to be taken, says DMK’s Tiruchi Siva


    The clause that allows the appointment of any judge of the Supreme Court or the High Court to be the chairperson of the NHRC or the SHRC, can be misused, DMK’s Tiruchi Siva said in the Rajya Sabha.

    Allowing a chairperson's tenure to be changed from five years to three years and the clause that allows his or her reappointment at any time, will allow the government to misuse the same to receive a ruling in their favour, he said. 

    He also pointed out that there has been an 1,237 percent increase in custodial deaths after the NHRC and a 16.9 percent reduction in staff.

  • 18:03 (IST)

    NHRC should not be reduced a body with the Prime Minister’s ‘Yes Men’, says RJD’s Manoj Kumar Jha

    The NHRC should be given freedom to design its own procedures, RJD’s Manoj Kumar Jha said in the Rajya Sabha. He said that the suggested amendments regarding appointments would reduce to the NHRC to a body which only has the prime minister’s ‘Yes Men’, which is a violation of basic human rights in the name of protection of these rights.

  • 17:58 (IST)

    PHRA Bill flouts Paris principles, says CPM’s Elamaram Kareem

    Accusing the proposed amendments under the PHRA Bill of flouting the Paris principles, CPM’s Elamram Kareem said that no consultations have been held with concerned stakeholders, NHRC and SHRC and such information is not available on public domain.

  • 17:53 (IST)

    Increase in MHRC members may not help in pendency of cases, says BJD’s Prasanna Acharya

    Speaking on the PHRA Bill in Rajya Sabha, BJD’s Prasanna Acharya said that increasing the number of NHRC members may not help with the pendency of cases. The issues lies in the fact that government bodies don’t take the human rights body seriously and do not submit reports on time.

    He said the commission should be given teeth, adding that chairpersons of bodies like the NCST, NCBC are political appointees of the government and will undermine the NHRC.

  • 17:48 (IST)

    Lok Sabha's proceedings extended till 7 pm

  • 17:42 (IST)

    Govt’s justification of information commission will be used to amend CVC, Lokpal in future, says TDP’s Jayadev Galla


    Speaking on the RTI Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha, TDP’s Jayadev Galla asked the government to define what the term classified record means in the RTI Act. He also pointed out that the same justification being used to defend the information commission may be used in the future to amend the Cental Vigilance Commission and Lokpal, warning the House if that would be a favourable situation.

    Meanwhile, BJP’s Sunita Duggal said that the Opposition is misleading people by saying debating as if RTI is being abolished. “While only bureaucrats were appointed under the Congress, we need people with Seva Bhav in the RTI scenario,” she said.

  • 17:23 (IST)

    Provision for reappointment of NHRC members does not exist anywhere in world, says SP’s Ramgopal Yadav

    Talking on the Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Samajwadi Party’s Ramgopal Yadav warned that removal of tenure clause in re-appointments would make officials tow in line of the government so that they can enjoy the post. He insisted that a provision of reappointment of NHRC members does not exist anywhere in the world and that they should have a fixed tenure of five years.

  • 17:12 (IST)

    Information Commission will function like a government department, says BJD’s Bhartruhari Mahtab


    Speaking on the RTI Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha, BJD’s Bhartruhari Mahtab said that while the Bill seeks to rationalise the status of the information commission, RTI activists call it the undermining of the mechanism.

    He said that it is the Centre’s attempt to weaken the independence and authority granted through the current law and that the information commission will function like a government department.

  • 17:06 (IST)

    How does the government plan to strengthen RTI, asks Shiv Sena


    While supporting the RTI Amendment Bill, the Shiv Sena raised some concerns regarding the deaths of 81 RTI activists and the protection mechanism available for these activities. It was also pointed out that many positions are lying vacant in the information commissions. The Centre was asked to inform the Lok Sabha on how it plans to strengthen the RTI mechanism.

  • 16:46 (IST)

    16,000 RTI applications were rejected in 2016 alone, says Karti Chidambaram


    Speaking in the Lok Sabha, Congress’ Karti Chidambaram called the RTI Bill a regressive one, stressing that over 16,000 applications were rejected in 2016 alone. Drawing a comparison between the 303 ruling party MLAs and Indian Penal Code’s Section 303, he said, “Don’t murder RTI.”

    YSRCP’s Raghu Ramakrishna Raju said the Centre is infringing on the state government’s rights by suggesting the appointment of State Information Commissioners.

  • 16:28 (IST)

    Harsh Vardhan introduces National Medical Commission Bill in Lok Sabha, with a view to replacing Medical Council of India


    The new bill has the provision for making national standards in medical education uniform by proposing that the final year MBBS exam be treated as an entrance test for PG and a screening test for students who graduated in medicine from foreign countries. This exam will be called the National Exit Test (NEXT).

    The NMC proposal is to ensure a uniform national pattern for final year MBBS exam so that all medical graduates who get the licence to practise conform to uniform national standards and quality.

  • 16:12 (IST)

    What are the amendments being proposed to the Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019?

     

    The Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019 seeks to amend the Act to allow the appointment of a judge of the Supreme Court to be the chairperson of the NHRC. Currently, only a retired CJI can head the commission. Similarly, a Judge of High Court can be the head of SHRC. The Bill also seeks to increases the number of members to three and makes it mandatory to have a woman member, along with including the chairpersons of the National Commission for Backward Classes, the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, and the Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities.

    The bill also empowers the Secretary-General (NHRC) and Secretary (SHRC) to exercise all administrative and financial powers, (except judicial functions), subject to the respective chairperson’s control.

  • 15:58 (IST)

    What does the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 proposes to change?

    The bill proposes to give the Centre the power to set the tenure and salaries of state and central Information Commissioners. Opposition has protested that such a move could dilute the effectiveness of the RTI Act, thereby threatening the autonomy of the Information Commissions.

    A version of this Bill was originally notified for introduction in the monsoon session of Parliament in 2018. However, facing opposition from political parties and RTI activists, the Centre did not introduce the Bill then. The current law gives Information Commissioners a tenure of five years and salaries which match those of Election Commissioners, The Hindu reported.

  • 15:53 (IST)

    BJD also opposes RTI bill, says govt diluting important Act

    Meanwhile, discussion is underway on the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in Lok Sabha. BJD's Bhartruhari Mahtab said that RTI is an important act, and yet both past and the present governments have sought amendments to dilute the law, including the current attempt by the ruling dispensation. He also highlighted that a whistleblowers protection bill is pending before the House.

  • 15:25 (IST)

    Opposition asks for more time to be given to members to discuss human rights bill; Chairman clarifies that few MPs have already moved motions for amendment 

    The Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad says that according to the rules, there need to be at least two days time to go through the bill presented before the House. The rule gives discretionary power to the Chair. But since there is no urgency in passing the bill, members should be given time to present motions for amendment. However, BJP's Bhupendra Yadav says that it was decided before the Chair that the amendments can be accepted till 11.00 am.

    Chairman Venkaiah Naidu is in the Chair. He announces to the House the successful launch of the Chandrayaan-2 and gets the house to congratulate ISRO scientists for the remarkable feat which, he said, has made the entire country proud. The Chairman further explained to the members that he had heard the grievances of the Opposition members and those who had to move an amendment motion have already done so therefore discussion on the human rights bill should proceed.

  • 15:10 (IST)

    DMK, TMC oppose RTI bill

    DMK MP A Raja dismissed the government's argument that CIC cannot be equated with the CEC since the former is a statutory body, while the latter is a constitutional body saying that "democracy is a continuous process and doesn't end with elections". Meanwhile, TMC leader Sougata Roy said that the government has brought the amendment to curtail the powers of information commissioners and also pointed out the killings of RTI activists.

  • 14:54 (IST)

    Right to Information (Amendment) Bill won't dilute RTI provisions: BJP

    BJP member Jagadambika Pal speaks in favour of  the RTI Act amendments. He says the RTI bill is simple legislation seeking to change the tenure and salary of the CIC. "The role of RTI is not being diluted as Opposition claims," he stated. Pal further said that the government has taken several steps to strengthen RTI including launching an online portal, fine for officials who delay giving details, among others.

  • 14:51 (IST)

    Shashi Tharoor objects to RTI bill; asks why is govt not putting legislations to scrutiny

    Shashi Tharoor objects to the RTI bill and seeks its withdrawal. "Are you bringing this amendment because an information commissioner asked the PMO to reveal the PM's educational details?" he asks. Tharoor also asked that what was the hurry in bulldozing every bill without scrutiny and why is the government delaying constituting the parliamentary standing committees.

  • 14:48 (IST)

    Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 being discussed in Lok Sabha

    In Lok Sabha, the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 is being discussed. The bill seeks to remove the fixed tenure of CICs and ICs. Currently, the tenure is fixed for five years. The bill also seeks to change the Central Information Commissioner's salary which was ht same as the CEC and will allow the government to fix his salary.

  • 14:40 (IST)

    Rajya Sabha adjourned till 3 pm amid ruckus over human rights bill

    Deputy Chairperson Harivansh Narayan Singh asks the Left members to move statutory resolution opposing the Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019. But Opposition members continue to protest. The House is adjourned till 3 pm.

  • 14:35 (IST)

    Anand Sharma raises point of order in Rajya Sabha 

    Senior Congress leader in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma raises a point of order, saying that in absence of a standing committee, it is unfair on the members to proceed with the consideration of amendments in such a short notice. He claims that the government is in a hurry to pass the Bills.
     

    Prabhat Jha and other BJP leaders say that the protesting members are obstructing human rights by not letting the Bills being discussed.

  • 14:34 (IST)

    Derek O'Brien argues with RS deputy chairman

    Trinamool Congress' Derek O Brien argues with the Harivansh Narayan Singh about discussion of the protection of Dalit rights through a notice. Harivansh proceeds with The Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2019, asking it to be moved. Protesting members continue to chant slogans and throw papers in the air. 'Dalit-opposing government won't do,' the protesters chant.

  • 14:19 (IST)

    Ruckus in Rajya Sabha over human rights bill

    Rajya Sabha is currently discussing the Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill. However, the Opposition is disrupting the House by shouting slogans such as 'Dalit virodhi ye sarkaar, nahin chelegi nahin chalegi' (This government is against he minorities, we won't let it run).

    The Deputy Chairman of the Upper House Harivansh Narayan Singh urged the protesting members to return to their seats however, a few members threw papers at his chair, prompting him to stand up and appeal to the members to maintain the order of the House. 

  • 12:12 (IST)

    Rajya Sabha adjourned till 2 pm 

    The Upper House has adjourned again as Opposition members raised slogans against the central government over the Sonbhadra incident and disrupted the proceedings of the Upper House during the Question Hour.

  • 12:09 (IST)

    Question Hour commences in Rajya Sabha amid sloganeering by Opposition

    BJP MPs Babul Supriyo, Anil Baluni and and Rakesh Sinha participate in the Question Hour in the Upper House. Supriyo, who is MoS environment, forest and climate change answered several questions over fund allocation. 

    Meanwhile, the Opposition members stormed the Well of the House and raised slogans against politicians being stopped from meeting kin of Sonbhadra firing incident. 

  • 11:17 (IST)

    Parliament adjourned

    Rajya Sabha has been adjourned till 12.00 pm. Lok Sabha has been adjourned till 2.00 pm.

    The Upper House was adjourned till noon following an uproar over the Karnataka crisis by several legislators. Meanwhile, the Lower House was adjourned till 2 pm as a mark of respect for late MP Ramchandra Paswan. 

  • 11:11 (IST)

    Congress MPs protest over Sonbhadra incident

    Several Congress MPs held protests in the Parliament premises over Sonbhadra firing incident.

  • 10:51 (IST)

    Six MPs give adjournment motion in LS over politicians being stopped from meeting people in Sonbhadra

    Six Congress MPs have given Adjournment Motion Notice in Lok Sabha over 'Political leaders being prevented from meeting people in Uttar Pradesh's Sonbhadra'. This comes after Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was stopped from meeting the kin of those killed in the 17 July firing incident which killed 10 people.

  • 10:49 (IST)

    BK Hariprasad gives notice for suspension of business in RS over K'taka crisis

    Congress MP BK Hariprasad has given notice in Rajya Sabha under rule 267, for suspension of business for discussion over 'Constitutional crisis in Karnataka'.

  • 10:46 (IST)

    Bills in Rajya Sabha today

    The Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill will be discussed in the Upper House on Monday.

  • 10:45 (IST)

    Bills in Lok Sabha today

    The bills that will be introduced in the Lok Sabha today include — The National Medical Commission Bill. Moreover, other bills will be discussed in the Lower House including The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Bill.

  • 09:22 (IST)

    Most productive Parliament session in 20 years

    The ongoing first session of the 17th Lok Sabha, which started on 17 June, has so far been the most productive in the last 20 years, with the Lower House registering 128 percent productivity till Tuesday, according to think tank PRS Legislative Research. "This session, the Lok Sabha has been working for more than its scheduled time. Till 16 July, 2019, the Lok Sabha's productivity is at 128 percent which is the highest for any session in the past 20 years," the PRS Legislative Research said.

    Similarly, the productivity of the Rajya Sabha, where the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led dispensation lacks a majority, unlike the Lok Sabha, is also relatively high. The productivity of the Upper House was 98 percent till Tuesday, according to the non-profit organisation.

  • 09:21 (IST)

    Opposition alleges non-scrutiny of legislations

    Meanwhile, the Opposition alleged that none of the legislations had passed the scrutiny of standing committees as the panels had not been formed yet. “Except the Motor Vehicles Bill, none of the Bills has been scrutinised,” Trinamool Congress floor leader Derek O’ Brien said.

  • 09:20 (IST)

    Govt mulling extending session till 2 August

    Union ministers are in touch with opposition parties to bring them on board for the extension of the session that ends on 26 July to 2 August. Though some opposition leaders said they are not in favour of such a proposal but the sources asserted that a decision on this session's schedule is the prerogative of the ruling dispensation.

  • 09:19 (IST)

    13 bills to be introduced by govt in last five days of Parliament's Monsoon Session

    The last five working days of the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha are going to be jam-packed with pending legislation as government plans to introduce 13 bills and take up the triple talaq ordinance. Last week, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan told the Rajya Sabha that the government planned to move 13 bills in the Lok Sabha, which will come to the Upper House.

    Other than these, there are pending ordinances such as the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, 2019 that needed to be taken up. The Upper House also has to debate and pass the Union Budget, which was cleared by the Lok Sabha on Thursday.

Parliament Updates: The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 proposes to give the Centre the power to set the tenure and salaries of state and central Information Commissioners. The opposition has protested that such a move could dilute the effectiveness of the RTI Act, thereby threatening the autonomy of the Information Commissions.

Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu announces to the House the successful launch of the Chandrayaan-2 and gets the house to congratulate ISRO scientists for the remarkable feat which, he said, has made the entire country proud. The Chairman further explained to the members that he had heard the grievances of the Opposition members and those who had to move an amendment motion have already done so, therefore, discussion on the human rights bill should proceed.

In Lok Sabha, the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 is being discussed. The bill seeks to remove the fixed tenure of CICs and ICs. Currently, the tenure is fixed for five years. The bill also seeks to change the Central Information Commissioner's salary which was ht same as the CEC and will allow the government to fix his salary.

Rajya Sabha is currently discussing the Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill. However, the Opposition is disrupting the House by shouting slogans such as 'Dalit virodhi ye sarkaar, nahin chelegi nahin chalegi' (This government is against he minorities, we won't let it run).

The Deputy Chairman of the Upper House Harivansh Narayan Singh urged the protesting members to return to their seats however, a few members threw papers at his Chair, prompting him to stand up and appeal to the members to maintain the order of the House.

The Upper House was adjourned again as Opposition members raised slogans against the central government over the Sonbhadra incident and disrupted the proceedings of the Upper House during the Question Hour.

The Upper House was adjourned till noon following an uproar over the Karnataka crisis by several legislators. Meanwhile, the Lower House was adjourned till 2 pm as a mark of respect for late MP Ramchandra Paswan.

Six Congress MPs have given Adjournment Motion Notice in Lok Sabha over 'Political leaders being prevented from meeting people in Uttar Pradesh's Sonbhadra'. This comes after Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was stopped from meeting the kin of those killed in the 17 July firing incident which killed 10 people.

The last five working days of the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha are going to be jam-packed with pending legislation as government plans to introduce 13 bills and take up the triple talaq ordinance amid speculation about extending the session that ends on 26 July to 2 August.

Union ministers are in touch with opposition parties to bring them on board for the extension. Though some opposition leaders said they are not in favour of such a proposal but the sources asserted that a decision on this session's schedule is the prerogative of the ruling dispensation.

Last week, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan told the Rajya Sabha that the government planned to move 13 bills in the Lok Sabha, which will come to the Upper House. Other than these, there are pending ordinances such as the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance, 2019 that needed to be taken up. The Upper House also has to debate and pass the Union Budget, which was cleared by the Lok Sabha on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the Opposition alleged that none of the legislations had passed the scrutiny of standing committees as the panels had not been formed yet. “Except the Motor Vehicles Bill, none of the Bills has been scrutinised,” Trinamool Congress floor leader Derek O’ Brien said.

The ongoing first session of the 17th Lok Sabha, which started on 17 June, has so far been the most productive in the last 20 years, with the Lower House registering 128 percent productivity till Tuesday, according to think tank PRS Legislative Research. The Lok Sabha has been working for more than its scheduled time and has sat till midnight on two occasions to complete its legislative business.

"This session, the Lok Sabha has been working for more than its scheduled time. Till 16 July, 2019, the Lok Sabha's productivity is at 128 percent which is the highest for any session in the past 20 years," the PRS Legislative Research said.

Similarly, the productivity of the Rajya Sabha, where the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led dispensation lacks a majority, unlike the Lok Sabha, is also relatively high. The productivity of the Upper House was 98 percent till Tuesday, according to the non-profit organisation.

Updated Date: Jul 22, 2019 19:30:19 IST