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Parliament.9.Thmb.jpg Monsoon session of parliament begins Wednesday

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SME Times News Bureau | 18 Jul, 2018

The much anticipated monsoon session of the Parliament has begun on Wednesday, with the first day witnessing a no-confidence motion against the Modi government.

Over the next 18 sessions, a total of 68 pending bills are expected to be taken up. Of these, 25 bills are listed for consideration and passage, and three for withdrawal during the session.

At least, 18 new bills are listed for introduction, consideration, and passage.

Speaking ahead of the session, Prime Minister Modi said in the monsoon session of the Parliament, several pressing issues of the country need to be discussed extensively.

The deeper the discussion, better will be the inputs from the senior and experienced members of the house and the country will be all more benefitted out of it, he said.

The government is prepared to discuss and debate on any issue that any political party or a member intends to. In this Monsoon, heavy rains have caused serious challenges in some parts of the country while there has been a rain deficit in other parts, Modi said in a press statement.

I believe that discussing these issues will be quiet relevant, he added.

 
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