Monsoon Session: The monsoon session of the Parliament is being held from Thursday (July 20). Regarding this, the Central Government held an all-party meeting on Wednesday (July 19). Meanwhile, National President of the National Democratic Party and MP Hanuman Beniwal questioned why the session is not being held in the new Parliament?
Hanuman Beniwal claimed that the monsoon session is not being called in the new parliament because it is waterlogged. He said, “We had boycotted the inauguration program of the new parliament because women were demonstrating. Now there was a desire that there should be a meeting in the new Parliament, but it did not happen due to water logging. By spending billions of money, you are giving the message that we have formed a new parliament, but are unable to hold a meeting.”
Government gave this answer
On Beniwal’s claim, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi hit back and said that this thing is completely wrong and baseless. This is decided by the speaker. In such a situation, the speaker will present his side on this.
Actually, due to the recent rains in Delhi and the rise in the water level of the Yamuna, many roads were closed. Many parts were submerged. The area near the Supreme Court till ITO was waterlogged.
How long will the monsoon session of Parliament last?
Let us tell you that the monsoon session of Parliament will start on 20 July. This session will run till August 11. A total of 17 sittings of both the Houses of the Parliament are to be held during this period.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal, Minister Prahlad Joshi, Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal, apart from Congress MPs Jairam Ramesh, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary and many leaders including Congress MPs Jairam Ramesh, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary participated in the all-party meeting held at Parliament Library Building.