Parliament Monsoon Session Updates: The Monsoon Session of Parliament started from today, amidst the Coronavirus continued in the country. In this 18-day parliament session, all the norms of protection from corona are being followed. In view of the corona, special preparations have been made for the monsoon session. Many things are happening for the first time in this session, including the meeting of the two houses in the morning and evening shifts and there is not a single holiday in the session. Along with this, the Question Hour has also been removed from the proceedings of Parliament. The opposition objected to this and accused the government of ‘strangling democracy’. Also Read – The issue of ‘drugs in the film industry’ raised in the Lok Sabha, BJP MP Ravi Kishan appealed to the Central Government
Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, the leader of the Congress in the Lok Sabha, said, “Question hour is a golden time, but you say that it cannot be held due to circumstances.” You conduct the proceedings, but you end the question hour. You are trying to ‘strangle democracy’. ‘ Also Read – ‘PM Modi praised me’, why is President Trump trying to capitalize on this
It’s extraordinary situation. When Assemblies are not ready to meet for a single day, we -with around 800-850 MPs- are meeting here. There are so many ways to question the govt, govt is not running away from discussion. We’re ready for discussion: Pralhad Joshi, BJP MP in Lok Sabha https://t.co/YKOnqQNIkT pic.twitter.com/7M1KNaJZ4b Also Read – Prime Minister wore blue mask, Madhubani mask and face shield on many members’ faces
– ANI (@ANI) September 14, 2020
At the same time, in response to this, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said, ‘This is an extraordinary situation. When the meetings cannot be held even for a day, we have around 800-850 MPs present here. There are many ways to ask questions to the government. The government is not running away from the discussion. We are ready for questions. ”During this time, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has suggested that the government can be questioned during zero hour.
Leaders of most parties agreed over no Question Hour & Zero Hour for 30 minutes. We apprised you (Speaker) of it following which decision was taken by you. I appeal to all members of House to co-operate as session is being held in extraordinary situation: Defense Min Rajnath Singh pic.twitter.com/gbCAPX1Obr
– ANI (@ANI) September 14, 2020
Let me tell you that before the session started, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a strong message about the tension on the border with China during a conversation with media persons. Prime Minister Modi said, ‘This session has a special responsibility when the brave soldiers of our army are standing on the border to protect the motherland. All the members of the House will give a message with a voice, with a feeling, with a feeling, with a resolve that the whole country is standing behind the army soldiers. Stands through Parliament and Members of Parliament. The entire house stands behind the brave soldiers of the country with one voice. I believe so.