The bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha to change the rules for foreign funding of non-profits

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Presenting the Foreign Subscription Regulation Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha on Sunday, State Minister for Home Affairs Nityananda Roy said that the religious organization has the same right to foreign contributions as before and all religions have this right without discrimination.

Presenting the Foreign Subscription Regulation Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha on Sunday, State Minister for Home Affairs Nityananda Roy said that the religious organization has the same right to foreign contributions as before and all religions have this right without discrimination.

Roy said an amendment related to the Aadhaar system has been brought in the light of the Supreme Court order. “Our aim is to ensure that no agency interferes with our national security and poses no threat,” the state minister said. Use for the purpose for which the money was received.

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The Union Minister presented the Foreign Subscription Regulation Amendment Bill in the lower house on Sunday. Through this, the Foreign Subscription Regulation Act 2010 is being amended. He said that if any organization does not act in accordance with the law, then give notice to it, listen to their side and then take action according to the law if necessary.

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“This is where you are suppressing someone’s rights,” Rai said in response to some concerns from members of the opposition. Opposing the introduction of the bill, Sagata Roy of the Trinamool Congress said it would allow some agencies to do FCRA. Trying to stop. Very few people can get foreign grants, it is an effort. This is not good for minorities.

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He said it should be out of control rather than out of control. Congress impatient Ranjan Chowdhury Chowdhury said that many times it seems that the opposition is more questionable than the ruling party. He said the bill was an attempt to stifle the voices of the opposition and the opposition

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Manish Tiwari of the Congress itself said that the provisions of the FCRA should be made flexible rather than rigid.

After the Lok Sabha, the Agriculture Bill was also passed in the Rajya Sabha

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