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- After the CCPA meeting, it will be clear, from September 10, the session will be conceived
- MPs will sit in both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha houses and in the visitors' gallery
- Two shifts a day. One shift Rajya Sabha, second shift Lok Sabha session
- No entry of media, audience, no entry to guests, social distancing will be followed
- Opposition has a lot to say and the government has a lot to say
The opposition is eagerly awaiting the monsoon session of Parliament. It has many issues to surround the government, including China's incursion into Ladakh, the government's failure to deal with the Kovid-19 transition, rising unemployment, inflation, oil prices in the country, the middle class's falling back, falling import-export. . The government too has much to answer and say to the opposition. Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla are also constantly sensitive about the session, but the decision now rests on a political affairs cabinet meeting to be chaired by the Prime Minister. According to parliamentary secretariat sources, this meeting may take place next week and after that a final decision can be taken on the session.
Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha are ready to call the session of Parliament from September 10
Sanitation, social distancing will be taken care of. There will be a ban on entry of visitors, guests and only the necessary staff of Parliament can be allowed to come. It is said that the monsoon session is expected to begin from September 10. It is said that preparations have been completed from the technical, safety and medical point of view for the monsoon session of Parliament. Special standard operating procedures have been prepared keeping in mind the safety of MPs. Several dozen high level meetings have been held for this. Electronic communication media and technology are being used to bring smoothness to the proceedings of the session.
Will be digitally connected to media
It is understood that by the first week of September, the situation regarding the media will become clear. A senior official said that for the first time, there is a plan to seat members of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha in both houses of Parliament.
Not only this, following the standard of social distancing, security, a plan is also being chalked out to make the members sit in the audience gallery. In such a situation, the possibility of allowing the media and others to cover the proceedings is slim. I think everyone will be digitally connected.
Different information with the Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha Secretariat
According to Lok Sabha Secretariat sources, it may also happen that one day, members of Rajya Sabha sit in both houses and the members of Lok Sabha discuss the other day. It is said that after the meeting of the Union Cabinet for Political Affairs under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister, the situation will become clear on its own.