Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said this in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha.
The Bill is already passed by Lok Sabha.
Opposition parties have stalled Parliament over a host of issues with the Pegasus row being at the centre of their protests.
Amid protest by opposition members over the Pegasus spying row and farmers' issue, the Lok Sabha was adjourned multiple times on Wednesday.
Opposition protest intensified post noon and Congress members were seen throwing papers at the Chair and Treasury benches while protesting.
From the Pegasus spyware controversy to the three farm laws, the members wanted to raise various issues during the Question Hour.
The worst affected is Maharashtra, where parts have received inadequate rainfall in contrast to the western parts reeling under floods.
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With global warming intensifying, the Indian monsoon season has become erratic. Scientists have already warned that monsoon rains would increase further with the rise in global temperatures.
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"We hope that the Opposition will give notice for discussion of the issues they like," Naqvi said.
Soon after starting the business, there has been sloganeering by the Opposition MPs over the farmers' agitation, Pegasus Project and other issues.
"Leaders of parties have voiced their concerns to me over the ongoing sorry state of affairs and for being deprived of raising issues of public concerns,..." he said.
The comments of the Prime Minister on the opposition come as both Houses of Parliament have been facing multiple adjournments due to ruckus created by opposition parties repeatedly.
Soon after the members met at 12 noon and Deputy Chairman Harivansh announced the Question Hour, the Opposition members stormed into the well and started raising slogans against the government.
The names of several Opposition leaders including Rahul Gandhi and 40 Indian journalists appeared on the leaked list of potential targets for surveillance by an unidentified agency using Pegasus.