Time for Monsoon Parliament Session
The Monsoon parliament sessions will be started from 18th July –till 10th August. The news is officially confirmed by Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Ananth Kumar after the meeting of Cabinet Community on Parliament Affairs, which is chaired by Home Minister, Rajnath Singh.
The Parliament Affairs Minister who unfolded that this monsoon session has 18 working days has requested all the parties to cooperate in smooth running of this session and make it a fruitful one. In this session, the government is likely to bring the important bills like Muslim Women Bill, 2017(Protection of Rights on Marriage), Transgender Persons Bill 2016(Protection of Rights), Rights of Children to Free and Compulsory Education(Second Amendment) Bill, 2017 etc., to pass in both the houses of the parliament.
Last Parliament session was a big disappointment as the people of India and opposition parties were expressed their unhappiness over the Central government for passing the budget without any discussion in a very short span of time. Besides, the running of parliament has been interrupted due to the protests of AP MPs for the Special Status followed by TRS for Minority Bill and DMK Tamil Nadu MPs on Cauvery Issue.
This time the nation eyes on Telugu MPs and how they will be going to take their protests on special status to AP.