Centre Calls All-Party Meeting Ahead of Parliament Winter Session
Centre Calls All-Party Meeting Ahead of Parliament Winter Session

NEW DELHI: The Central Government has called for an all-party meeting on December 2 in anticipation of the upcoming Winter Session of Parliament, set to commence on December 4.

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi, representing the government, has arranged the all-party meeting for December 2, which traditionally precedes the start of the session. However, this time, it has been rescheduled a day earlier due to the scheduled vote counting in five states on December 3, where elections are currently underway.

The Winter session is scheduled to commence right after the results of the assembly polls in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram, and Telangana are declared. The outcome of these polls is expected to significantly impact the upcoming parliamentary session.

During this session, consideration of three significant bills aiming to replace the IPC, CrPC, and the Evidence Act is anticipated.

Moreover, the session is likely to address the Ethics Committee's report concerning the "cash for query" accusations against Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, with the committee recommending her expulsion.

While the government aims to advance its legislative agenda, opposition parties are expected to emphasize discussions on their pertinent concerns.

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