After approval from SLSMCs, states and UTs will submit the proposal to the ministry for approval of central assistance by the central sanctioning and monitoring committee (CSMC).
Both houses of Parliament are witnessing a debate on the motion of thanks on the president's address and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to reply to the debate in the Lok Sabha on Monday and in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.
The Speaker informed that 44 reports of the Department related Standing Committee were presented in the House and 2,058 papers were laid by the Ministers.
After the Tripura High Court's observations in June this year, the government had to bring this amendment through the Ordinance as the Parliament was not in session, she said, adding that other High Courts had asked for corrections in 2014, and 2017.
The minister said the current annual production of uranium in the country is not enough to meet the annual fuel requirement of all the operational uranium based nuclear power plants.
Sarangi urged the Speaker to direct the Centre to seek a report from the State government in this regard
Chaudhary also informed that earlier, the state government used to send memorandum to the Centre for central assistance but now the Centre sends a expert team to the affected areas soon after natural calamities occur and releases assistance to the state for farmers.
Replying to a question from BSP member Ritesh Pandey, the minister also clarified that US sanctions are "not relevant" to India's Chabahar port project in Iran "at all".
Addressing the House, MP Suresh Pujari said that the Odisha government is incapable of handling the Mamita murder case as its MoS (Home) is allegedly involved in it
The House observed a two-minute silence as mark of respect to the departed souls.
Raising the issue of cybercrimes and children becoming victim of cyber bullying, Congress member Hibi Eden had noted that existing cyber laws were "quite weak" to deal with the problem.
Replying to some members who raised the point that the government erased the representation of SC and ST members in the Boards of Governors, he said that this was not true, but since the government has reduced the number of Board members for each institute from 23 to 12, therefore,the SC and ST members will be moved to the Council.
Opposing the introduction of the two bills, Congress member Shashi Tharoor said the move to extend the tenures of the directors of central investigative agencies were in flagrant disregard of the Supreme Court observations.
Till now, the Government has not taken any decision to prepare National Register of Indian Citizens (NRIC) at the national level, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said in a written reply to a question.
It is not right, the Speaker repeatedly asserted but as the din continued, he adjourned the proceedings till 2 pm.