The monsoon session of Parliament is going to start from July 19. Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu has called a meeting with various political parties today, ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament beginning on Monday. According to sources, the meeting will be held at the official residence of the Vice President. Several leaders and Union ministers from different parties will attend the meeting. In this meeting, Venkaiah Naidu can appeal to all the parties to help in running the House smoothly.
Let us tell you that this time in the Rajya Sabha, the new leader of the house is Piyush Goyal. He has replaced Thaawarchand Gehlot. Thaawarchand Gehlot was recently appointed as the Governor of Karnataka. After this, he resigned from the membership of the Union Cabinet and Rajya Sabha. Piyush Goyal on Friday met former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar and Deputy Leader of Congress in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma.
All party meeting will be held on Sunday
The central government has called an all-party meeting on Sunday ahead of the monsoon session. According to news agency PTI, sources have told that Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has invited leaders of various political parties for this meeting. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also likely to attend this meeting. Such all-party meetings are called before the commencement of the session to ensure the smooth conduct of the proceedings of the House.
Preparation to surround the government on these issues
During the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament, the increase in the prices of petrol-diesel and cooking gas, the alleged inability to deal with Kovid-19, farmers' agitation against the three agricultural laws and vaccination by the opposition to the central government. Chances are.
What will be the timing of both the houses?
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had told on Monday that the sitting of both the houses would start at the same time at 11 am. The monsoon session of Parliament is starting from July 19 and will continue till August 13. The monsoon session, which usually starts in July, started in September last year due to the corona pandemic.
Corona rules have to be followed
The Speaker of the Lok Sabha had told that all the protocols related to Kovid will be followed during the monsoon session of Parliament. He had said that those who have not been vaccinated will be asked to undergo RT-PCR test before entering the Parliament premises during the session. Om Birla said that 323 MPs have been fully vaccinated while 23 MPs have not been able to take the first dose of vaccine due to some medical reasons.
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