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    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman moves Direct Tax ‘Vivad Se Vishwas’ Bill, 2020 in Lok Sabha

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    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman moved the Direct Tax ‘Vivad Se Vishwas’ Bill, 2020 for consideration and passing in the Lok Sabha on Monday. In her remarks, the Minister said that the bill would cover the way to provide resolution of disputed tax and related matters as there are four lakh 83 thousand cases amounting to over nine lakh crore rupees related to direct tax are pending in different appellate forums including High Courts and Supreme Court.

    She also said that the bill will provide an opportunity to litigants to settle their disputes. Initiating the debate on the bill, BJP member from Bihar Dr Sanjay Jaiswal said that the bill is in the interest of the common man.

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    The legislation also proposes for expanding access of women to safe and legal abortion services on therapeutic, eugenic, humanitarian or social grounds. The proposed amendments are a step towards the safety and well-being of the women and many women will be benefited from this.

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