Monsoon session of Parliament will begin from September 14

New Delhi: The monsoon session of Parliament is going to begin from September 14. In view of the coronavirus, the Parliamentary Affairs Minister will not hold an all-party meeting ahead of the monsoon session of Parliament. This time, the sitting seat of the leader of the House and the leader of the opposition has not been earmarked in both the Houses. Due to the scarcity of time, parliament will continue for 18 days. There has been a gap of about 6 months between the two parliament sessions this time due to the corona lockdown.

The Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will run in two shifts, the upper house session will run from 9 am to 1 pm every day, followed by a lower house session from 3 pm to 7 pm. In the middle of 2 hours, parliament will have to be sanitized. All MPs, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha employees who participated in the parliament session due to coronavirus will have to undergo RT-PCR corona test.

In the monsoon session of Parliament, the opposition is likely to target the government on several issues. Among the issues that may be rocked by the House are the Indo-China border standoff, corona situation, the country's creaking economy and the situation of migrant workers in lockdown and the recent controversies over Facebook. On all these issues, the entire opposition, including the Congress, is gearing up to corner the government. This is the first parliament session since the lockdown began, so the opposition is gearing up to corner the government.

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