With just three working days left in the first half of the Budget Session, the Centre will press for the passage of key bills in Parliament.
The Whistle Blowers Protection (Amendment) Bill, 2015 is listed for consideration and passing in Monday's business in the Rajya Sabha whereas, in Lok Sabha, the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill would be discussed.
The first half of the session is concluding on Wednesday, and will resume on April 25 after a recess of over one month.
The Real Estate Bill was passed by the Rajya Sabha last week. The ruling dispensation at the Centre would be keen to see that the Real Estate Bill gets the nod of the lower house and Aadhar Bill, which is passed by the Lok Sabha, gets passed in the upper house.
The Real Estate Bill would face no hurdle in the lower house in view of majority of the ruling NDA.
With regard to the Aadhar Bill, it is certain to sail through as, being a Money Bill, the upper house has to return it within a duration of 14 days.
The Rajya Sabha will resume discussion on the Rail Budget whereas the Lok Sabha on General Budget along with appropriation bills on Monday.