The monsoon session of Parliament will start from July 19 and will continue till August 13. This information has been given in the official order. Official orders issued by both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have been issued. Also Read IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said in Parliament on Pegasus trying to malign the image of democracy, the news of surveillance is baseless. The order issued by the Lok Sabha said The sixth session of the 17th Lok Sabha will begin on July 19 Monday. The session may end on August 13 Friday. The official order of the Rajya Sabha said, The President has called the meeting of the Rajya Sabha on 19th July. The session is to conclude on August 13. Also Read - India's digital advertising market to reach $30 billion in next decade. Officials said that the monsoon session will be conducted following the guidelines related to Kovid and social distance will be taken care of. Both the houses will sit at the same time. According to the latest data, 444 members of the Lok Sabha and 218 members of the Rajya Sabha have been given at least one dose of the vaccine.
On July 18 there will be a meeting of all the floor leaders of the House so that the discussion on running the session can be done. The issues of MPs raised under 377 are being answered within a month and this is happening up to 95 percent. Due to the formation of the new cabinet, seats have become vacant in many committees. They will be reorganized. The government has prepared the outline of the major bills to be passed during the session. These include a bill to designate major airports, proposed legislation for the welfare of parents and senior citizens, strengthening the child protection system and setting up an Inter-State River Water Disputes Redressal Committee.
The preparations of the government are in full swing for the monsoon session of Parliament. The government has prepared the outline of the major bills to be passed during the session. These include a bill to designate major airports, proposed legislation for the welfare of parents and senior citizens, strengthening the child protection system and setting up of an Inter-State River Water Disputes Redressal Committee.
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