When a Bill is Referred to a Joint Sitting of both the House of the Parliament, It has to be Passed by

  1. A simple majority of members present and voting
  2. Three-fourths majority of members present and voting
  3. Two-thirds majority of the Houses
  4. Absolute majority of the Houses
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 26th August 2015 in Politics.
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    Answer: (1) A simple majority of members  present and voting.

    When a bill is referred to a joint sitting of both the Houses of the Parliament, it has to be passed by a simple majority of members presents and voting.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 26th August 2015.
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