Civics

What happens if there is a difference of opinion between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha over an ordinary bill?


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There is a joint sitting of the two Houses


SOLUTION
The ordinary bills have to be passed from both the houses before they can be presented before the President. In case of a difference of opinion between Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha over an ordinary bill, a joint meeting of both the houses is called for a discussion and the Prime Minister plays a very important role in this session.
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