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Report No. 53

19. Private Member's Bill.-

It may be of interest to note that a few years ago, a Bill to consolidate and amend the law relating to the grant of pensions etc.,1 payable by the Central Government, was introduced in Parliament, it also provided for repeal of the Pensions Act. But the Bill did not become law.

1 The Indian Pensions Bill, 1968 (No. 32 of 1968) (Lok Sabha) (11 April, 1968), (Shri Chaudhary Nitiraj Singh, then Member of Parliament).

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