Monsoon Session of the Parliament is likely to start from July 19

According to reports, the Monsoon Session of the Parliament will commence on 19 July and is likely to end on 13 august. The session is expected to have nearly 20 sittings. Generally, monsoon Session begin around the third week of July and concludes around 15 August.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi have enquired the all the members of his council to present the opposition parties attempts to encounter the existing COVID 19 pandemic. He have also directed the minister to be prepared for the coming Monsoon session of the parliament to make sure that they are capable to debunk the false claims put forward by the opposition on the grounds of COVID 19 pandemic management.

Reportedly, the Prime Minister have also instructed the minister to produce the issues pertaining to them with clarity and vigor. Furthermore, he notified the need to get more awareness related to the COVID 19 vaccination drive so as to prevent a third wave of the pandemic. He also demanded the ministers to ensure the delivery of Central government welfare schemes operated by their departments.

Om Birla, the Lok Sabha Speaker affirmed that all the preparations have been taken for the Monsoon Session of the Parliament. He further informed that the secretariat employed had been vaccinated and the 445 members have received the jabs separately by themselves. “The remaining members and the employees will be soon vaccinated. We are constantly trying to increase the productivity of the parliament.” he added.

Om Birla further asserted that in the past session they tried to carry out the COVID 19 tests of the members. He also claimed that they have insisted the members to get vaccinated. ” Thankfully the COVID infection are reducing. But we need to take precaution.” he expressed.

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