Private members bill to prevent bribery in private sector
Measures to prevent bribery in private sector were among 16 private members` bills introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Friday.
New Delhi: Measures to prevent bribery in private sector were among 16 private members` bills introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Friday.
Prakash Javadekar (BJP) introduced a bill that aims to promote effective practices to prevent bribery in private sector.
Prabhat Jha (BJP) introduced a bill that aims to provide for the employment guarantee to educated unemployed youth on employment guarantee card.
He also introduced two separate bills to provide remunerative price for soyabean growers.
PJ Kurien (Cong) introduced a bill to ensure mandatory use of solar power in government and semi-government buildings, corporate and business establishments to save conventional energy and protect environment.
Shantaram Naik (Cong) introduced three separate bills including one to amend the Passport Act, 1967.
EM Sudarsana Natchiappan (Cong) introduced bills seeking establishment of an institute for prevention of management of conflict of interest and to amend the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
Avtar Singh Karimpuri (BSP) introduced two bills seeking protection of farmers from natural calamities and provision of social security to deserted senior citizens.
Narendra Kumar Kashyap (BSP) introduced a bill seeking to amend the Indian Penal Code, 1980.