After paying obituary to victims of the Amarnath attack and former members of the Parliament, the Lok Sabha was adjourned on Monday. The Monsoon Session of the Parliament, which began today, will continue till 11 August. Issues like border standoff with China, J&K and Darjeeling unrest, impact of GST are likely to be raised in the session.
The deadly Amarnath terror attack was strongly condemned by the Lok Sabha MPs.
The Monsoon Session of the Parliament, which began from today, will continue till 11 August.
Issues such as border standoff with China, Jammu and Kashmir and Darjeeling unrest, impact of Goods and Service Tax (GST) and cow vigilantism are likely to be raised in the session.
Moreover, the Centre will also introduce 16 new bills in both the houses of the Parliament for consideration and passing.
Ahead of the Monsoon Session, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi on Sunday, while addressing the floor of leaders of parties of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha in New Delhi, said that for preserving the institution of democracy in India, it is important that all political parties support the government to conduct business in both Houses of the Parliament without disruption and constructive discussion takes place on issues of national importance.
He further urged all parties to extend their support to the government in fighting corruption and the issue of communal violence in the name of cow protection.
PM Modi also called on all the parties to support the war against corruption, which has been started by the government.
Meanwhile, the polling for the Presidential election is underway at the Parliament and the various state Assemblies.