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The Indian constitutions provided a detailed protocol for the passage bill to become a law. According to the Indian Constitution, a bill is defined as the draft of a legislative proposal. A Bill can be introduced either by a Minister or by a private member in either House of Parliament-Lok Sabha (Lower House) or Rajya Sabha (Upper House). In the former case it is known as a Government Bill and in the later case it is known as a Private Member’s Bill. But the Money Bills can be introduced only in the Lok Sabha. A Money Bill, before it is introduced in the Lower House, has to receive the approval of the President.
Steps involved on passage of a Bill.
Bills that have been passed in year 2016 (till October 5th):