Parliament Monsoon Session: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi announced on Saturday that the Monsoon Session of Parliament would begin on July 20. He urged all the parties to contribute to the meaningful discussion in both the Houses. The monsoon session will continue till August 11. There will be 17 sittings in this 23-day session. During this, the BJP government can present many important bills like Uniform Civil Code.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi tweeted that the monsoon session of Parliament will begin from July 20 and will continue till August 11. Appealed to all parties to contribute to meaningful discussions on legislative work and other issues during the monsoon session.
“Monsoon Session, 2023 of Parliament will commence from 20th July and continue till 11th August. Urge all parties to contribute towards productive discussions on Legislative Business and other items during the Monsoon Session,” tweets Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi pic.twitter.com/1o5rq0odug
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The session will run for the first time in the new parliament
The new Parliament House inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28 is all set to host the upcoming Monsoon Session. Offices have been identified for almost all political parties present in Parliament and key departments have been asked to shift to the new establishment.
Rar will increase on these issues, session will be uproar
The session is expected to be stormy as Parliament is meeting at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a strong pitch for the Uniform Civil Code and has also taken steps to increase deliberations on the issue.
During the session, the government may introduce a bill to replace the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Ordinance. The ordinance effectively nullified a Supreme Court ruling that had given greater legislative and administrative control over service matters to the Delhi government.
While most opposition parties have extended support to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on the issue, the Congress party is yet to publicly condemn the ordinance. The ongoing turmoil in Manipur may become another opportunity for the opposition parties to corner the government.
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