The government has included the 2021 Abolition of Farming Laws Law in legislative cases that will be considered in Lok Sabha during the winter session of parliament, which is due to start on November 29.
In total, 26 banknotes were put up for the winter session, including those for cryptocurrency.
On Tuesday, the government listed a new bill for the upcoming session that aims to ban all private cryptocurrencies in the country while allowing the Reserve Bank of India to issue an official digital currency.
They also include a bill to repeal three agricultural laws, a proposal for which will be discussed by the union cabinet on Wednesday.
The winter session of parliament will end on December 23.
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