This happened for the first time in the history of Parliament, MPs got a chance to sit and speak

new Delhi: For the first time in the history of the Lok Sabha, the MPs who participated in the Lok Sabha proceedings started on Monday with the monsoon session were allowed to sit in their seats. This initiative was implemented to stop the spread of Kovid-19 epidemic. Monsoon session will continue till 1 October. Allowing MPs to speak from their seats, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said, “In this monsoon session, all the Members will first speak without standing in their seats. This is being done in view of the Kovid-19 epidemic. ” Also Read – Monsoon session of Parliament begins, 17 MPs found including Meenakshi Lekhi and Parvesh Sahib Singh Corona positive

Earlier, all MPs used to stand before speaking in Parliament. It is a symbol of showing respect for the posture. Meanwhile, Speaker Om Birla told that this is the first time in history when many Lok Sabha members will sit in Rajya Sabha during the proceedings of the lower house and Rajya Sabha members will get a chance to sit in the Lok Sabha during the proceedings of the upper house. This step has been taken due to extraordinary situations in the midst of the Kovid-19 crisis. Also Read – Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said in Lok Sabha – Lockdown saved 78 thousand lives

Welcoming the special monsoon session, Birla expressed happiness over the maximum attendance of MPs on the first day of the session. He said that all security protocols have been ensured and maximum digitization has been done. He urged the MPs to keep their point brief and said that the proceedings of the House would be for only four hours every day. The Speaker sought the support of all MPs to give a message to the country during the extraordinary situation created by the Coronavirus or Kovid-19 epidemic. Also Read – Monsoon Session Updates: Opposition has expressed reservations about ending the Question Hour, this answer given by the government …

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