Government to miss Tendulkar during FDI voting in Rajya Sabha

Zeenews Sports Bureau

New Delhi: Even as Congress is trying hard to get sufficient numbers in both the Houses of Parliament ahead of voting on FDI, batting legend Sachin Tendulkar’s presence and his vote will be missed in the Rajya Sabha.

Tendulkar who is a nominated member of the Upper House, instead of occupying his seat number 103 during voting over the politically controversial issue of FDI, will be at Eden Gardens playing the third test match against England.

There will be voting on FDI on December 4 and 5 in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha under Rule 184 and Rule 168 respectively in the two houses.

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