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The winter session of Parliament witnessed a lot of disputes over religious conversion issue which made the important bills to stay in uncertainty.

The row over conversion is expected to disrupt the last day of the session too today making the Insurance and Coal Bills continue to be in limbo.

On Monday, both Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha witnessed repeated adjournments over various issues like religious conversion and black money.

Clearing the air on the contentious conversion row, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said neither the government nor the Bharatiya Janata Party was involved in such acts and the state governments should take action if anyone violates the law.

The Opposition in Rajya Sabha, where the Narendra Modi-led BJP is in minority, has been at the forefront staging strong protests against the government over issues like religious conversion and the remarks made by Sadhvi Niranjan and Sakshi Maharaj.

The Lok Sabha debated the conversion issue last week, and Naidu had replied to the debate.

The Trinamool Congress, Left and the Congress have been repeatedly attacking the Central government, insisting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi make a statement in the house on conversions.

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