Monsoon Session: Before the monsoon session, the central government called an all-party meeting, these issues can be discussed

Monsson Session: The monsoon session of the Parliament is starting on 20 July. A day before this i.e. on Wednesday, the Modi government has called an all-party meeting. Several issues related to the session will be discussed in the meeting and discussions will be held with all parties to run it smoothly.

There is a tradition of an all-party meeting before the start of the session, in which senior ministers of the government participate and various parties present their issues in the meeting. In such meetings the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also participated. 

Jagdeep Dhankhar’s meeting postponed

One such meeting was called by Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday but had to be postponed due to the absence of leaders of several parties. On July 18, the leaders of the opposition parties were in a general meeting to be held in Bengaluru, while a similar meeting of NDA parties was going on in Delhi on the same day. 

Before this, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh held a meeting with some senior ministers, in which Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi and Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal were also present. Quoting sources, NDTV has told that points were prepared regarding the all-party meeting.

Parliament session likely to be stormy

Monsoon session is expected to be stormy. In view of the assembly elections in many states by the end of this year and the Lok Sabha elections next year, BJP and other parties are making sharp attacks on each other. The central government will bring a bill regarding the rights of the Delhi government, on which a lot of uproar is expected to happen. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to various parties across the country to oppose this bill. Congress has also extended support to Kejriwal on the issue of opposing the bill.

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