New Delhi: The monsoon session of the Parliament will begin on Monday. It will conclude on August 13. During the session, the Opposition is likely to take up several issues like farmers’ agitation, inflation and alleged mismanagement of Covid-19. The monsoon session will continue for 19 working days and will conclude on August 13.
Ahead of the session, Rajya Sabha chairman and country Vice-President had a meeting with all floor leaders of RS on Saturday. Union Parliamentary Affairs minister Prahlad Joshi had said at the meeting that the Centre had identified 29 bills, including six ordinances replacing bills and two items of financial business to be discussed during the monsoon session. This time, Piyus
A day later, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had chaired an all-party meeting on Sunday. He called for healthy debates in the Parliament, adding that his government was willing to have discussions on any topic if it was raised as per Parliamentary rules and procedures.
In his official statement, the PM told the floor leaders that issues concerning the public should be raised amicably and that the government should be allowed to respond to them.
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