“The country’s national security is in grave danger. I will definitely discuss this issue in the House,” ANI, a leading news agency, was quoted as saying by Congress leader Adir Ranjan Chaudhary. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s response was different. Before the meeting, Modi had said that no matter how difficult the issues raised by the opposition were, the government would address them peacefully.
This is the sixth session of the 17th Lok Sabha. In the context of Kovid, extensive arrangements have been made for the safety of all members, including officials and journalists. The Lok Sabha president himself, Om Birla, briefed the leaders on the security situation. The monsoon session will end on August 17
It is clear that the latest report that phone calls from Union ministers, Supreme Court judges, political leaders, journalists and other prominent people in the country have been leaked using spyware called Pegasus developed by the Israeli company will be the main topic. discussion in the Chamber. At the same time, there will be discussions about the rise in fuel prices after the elections and how the central government has dealt with the second wave of Kovid that devastated the country. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that he was ready to answer any questions raised by members within the rules.
Rajya Sabha, leader of the opposition, Mallikarjuna Kharge, said: “We have issued notices on the main problems facing the country, such as inflation and agrarian unrest. All of these will be heavily debated in the House. It remains to be seen what the Committee will approve Business Advisor. “The Lok Sabha Business Advisory Committee meeting will be held today at 2 pm
Congressman Manik Tagore has issued a notice for an urgent discussion on rising fuel prices and inflation. Along with this, Elamaram Kareem and V Sivadasan of the CPM have demanded in the Rajya Sabha that there must be an urgent discussion on the ongoing peasant struggles in the country under Rule 267. KC Venugopal from Congress is confident that the discussion on the resolution Urgent against rising commodity prices will also be noteworthy.
Of the 19 sessions of the 25-day monsoon conference, 31 government business is likely to be taken up.
The full list of invoices is below;
Court Reform (Rationalization and Conditions of Service) Bill, 2021 – Replaces Ordinance.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Bill, 2021 – To replace Ordinance.
Bill of the Commission for Air Quality Management in the National Capital Region and Adjacent Areas, 2021 – To replace the Ordinance.
The Essential Defense Services Bill, 2021 – Replaces Ordinance.
Indian Central Council of Medicine Bill (Amendment), 2021 – Replacing Ordinance.
Central Council of Homeopathy Bill (Amendment), 2021: replacing the Ordinance.
The DNA Technology Regulation Bill (Use and Application), 2019.
The Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2020
Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill, 2020.
The Parent and Elder Maintenance and Welfare (Amendment) Bill, 2019.
The National Institutes of Food Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Bill, 2019, approved by Rajya Sabha.
The bill on marine aids to navigation, 2021, approved by Lok Sabha.
The Juvenile Justice (Child Care and Protection) Amendment Bill, 2021, approved by Lok Sabha.
The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2019.
The Coal Producing Areas (Acquisition and Development) Amendment Bill, 2021.
Public Accountants, Cost and Works Accountants and Business Secretaries Bill (Amendment) 2021
The Limited Liability Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
Cantonment Bill, 2021.
The Indian Antarctic Bill, 2021.
Central Universities Bill (Amendment), 2021.
Indian Forest Management Institute Bill, 2021.
The Pension Fund Development and Regulatory Authority Bill (Amendment), 2021.
Deposit Guarantee and Credit Guarantee Corporation (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
India’s Marine Fisheries Bill, 2021.
Pipelines and Minerals (Amendment) Bil ftl, 2021.
The Continental Vessels Bill, 2021.
The Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2021.
In addition, BJP MPs are expected to introduce a private member bill for population control and a unified civil code bill in the House.