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NFHS has been invited for oral deposition to the commitee for 498A amendment

No. RS. 6(69)/2008 – Com.II 22nd June, 2011

Shri P. Suresh,

President, National Family Harmony Society,

H-102, Raj Nagar-II,

Palam Colony,

New Delhi-77

Sub: Petition praying for amendments in Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Sir,

I am directed to state that the Committee on Petitions of Rajya Sabha which is examining the captioned petition, has decided to have the benefit of your views in response to your Memorandum on the petition in its meeting to be held on Wednesday, the 29th June, 2011 in Main Committee Room, Ground Floor, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi. I am, therefore, to request you kindly to make it convenient to appear before the Committee at 11.00 a.m. on the above noted date and venue for the purpose. You may bring with you one person for assistance during the presentation. Subject to other individuals/organizations (who have also been invited) actually appearing before the Committee, one organization/individual may get around 10 minutes for making the presentation.

2. A line in confirmation of your appearance before the Committee may be sent to the undersigned at the earliest.

3. A copy each of the petition and the list of Members of the Committee on Petitions is enclosed.

Yours faithfully,

(GOUTAM KUMAR)

COMMITTEE OFFICER

Tel: 23034537

Telefax: 23794328

E-mail: rsc2pet@sansad.nic.in

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