Rajasthan governor sends Advocates Protection Bill to President, approves 4 bills
'Provisions of Article 200 of the Indian Constitution apply to the bill, necessitating presidential review'
JAIPUR: Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra has given his assent to four bills, including the significant ‘Rajasthan Right to Health Bill,’ which were recently passed by the state assembly. An official statement from Raj Bhavan confirmed the governor’s approval of the bills on Wednesday.
The “Rajasthan Advocates Protection Bill 2023,” which was passed by the state assembly on March 21, 2023, has been sent to the President for consideration. The official statement explained that this decision was made because the provisions of Article 200 of the Indian Constitution apply to the bill, necessitating presidential review.
The Rajasthan Right to Health Bill 2022, which was passed by the state assembly on March 21, aims to strengthen healthcare services in the region. Alongside this, three other bills – the “Rajasthan Municipality Amendment Bill 2023,” “Baba Amte Divyang Vishwavidyalaya, Jaipur Bill 2023,” and “Rajasthan Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (Facilitation of Establishment and Enforcement) (Amendment) Bill 2023” – received approval after being passed by the assembly on March 20.