National Affairs

Ahead Of Parliament Special Session Govt Calls All-Party Meeting On Sept 17

A big update has come out regarding the special session of Parliament. The Narendra Modi government at the Center has called an all-party meeting on September 17, a day before the special session of Parliament. 

It is being said that this meeting will be held in Parliament House. If sources are to be believed, all parties have been invited for this and this all-party meeting will be held at 4.30 pm. 

It is noteworthy that a special session of Parliament will be held from 18 to 22 September, regarding which there are many discussions. 

However, there is no clarity yet as to what will be the agenda in this special session.

Actually, the Lok Sabha Secretariat has informed that the 13th session of the 17th Lok Sabha will start from 18th September and considering the functioning of the government, it will continue till 22nd September. 

At the same time, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat had said in its bulletin that the members are informed that the 261st session of the Rajya Sabha will start from September 18. 

The session will run till 18,19,20, 21 and 22 September. According to the notification, the session will usually run from 11 am to 1 pm and then from 2 pm to 6 pm. 

According to secretariat sources, there will be no question hour and non-official business in both the houses during the special session.

Earlier, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Joshi had said in his post on social media site ‘X’ that the special session of Parliament (13th session of 17th Lok Sabha and 261st session of Rajya Sabha) has been called from 18 to 22 September. 

However, the government did not announce the agenda of the special session of Parliament. 

Nothing has been said officially about the agenda of this special session of Parliament. However, this session is going to be held a few days after the G20 summit in the national capital on September 9 and 10.

For the first time in the nine years of Modi government’s tenure, such a special session of Parliament has been called. 

However, earlier, on the occasion of implementation of GST, a joint meeting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha was called on midnight of June 2017. 

According to the sources, parliamentary work during the special session may be shifted to the new Parliament House, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28.

Usually there are three sessions of Parliament. This includes the budget session, monsoon session and winter session. There is a provision to call a special session of Parliament in special circumstances. 

The monsoon session of Parliament concluded on 11 August. The recent success of Chandrayaan-3 mission and India’s goals during the Amrit period can also be a part of the discussion in the special session. Not only this, the success of G20 can also be included in the agenda

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top