PARLIAMENT OF INDIA
LOK SABHA SECRETARIAT
NEW DELHI
PRESS COMMUNIQUE
DEPARTMENTALLY RELATED STANDING COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL JUSTICE AND 
EMPOWERMENT INVITE SUGGESTIONS/COMMENTS ON “THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS 
WITH DISABILITIES BILL, 2014”
Hon’ble Speaker, Lok Sabha has referred “The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 
2014” as introduced in Rajya Sabha to the Standing Committee on Social Justice and 
Empowerment for examination and Report. Considering the wider implications of the proposed 
legislation on the lives of the disabled persons and for an in-depth study of the proposals in the 
Bill, the Standing Committee on Social Justice and Empowerment under the 
Chairmanship of Shri Ramesh Bais, MP have decided to invite suggestions/comments/views 
from the public in general and from individuals/NGOs/Experts/Stakeholders and Institutions in 
particular.
2. All those who are interested in submitting written memoranda/suggestions to the 
Committee may send two copies thereof either in English or in Hindi to 
DIRECTOR, LOK SABHA SECRETARIAT, ROOM NO. 606, PARLIAMENT 
HOUSE ANNEXE, NEW DELHI-110001, TEL. NOs. 23035531, FAX 
NUMBER: 23018010, e-mail: csje-lss@sansad.nic.in within 15 days from the 
date of publication of this advertisement. The Bill is available atloksabha.nic.in
3. The memoranda/suggestions submitted to the Committee would form part of the records 
of the Committee and would be treated as „confidential‟ and enjoy privileges of the Committee.
4. Those who wish to appear before the Committee, besides submitting memoranda, are 
requested to specifically indicate so. However, the Committee’s decision in this regard shall be 
final.
New Delhi:
Dated: 26 th September, 2014
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