Centre calls all party meeting ahead of parliament’s special session

New Delhi, Sep 13( UNI) The Centre has called an all-party meeting on September 17, a day ahead of the five-day special session of Parliament.

“Ahead of Parliament session from the 18th of this month, an all-party floor leaders meeting has been convened on the 17th at 4.30pm. The invitation for the same has been sent to concerned leaders through email,” Union minister for Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi said in a post on X.

The government has called a special session of Parliament from September 18 to September 22, having 5 sittings ” Amid Amrit Kaal looking forward to have fruitful discussions and debate in Parliament,” Joshi said.

Earlier, Ex-Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi,, wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “point out this special session has been convened without any consultation with other political parties”.

“None of us have any idea of its agenda… all we have been communicated about that all five days have been allocated for ‘government business’,” she said.

Meanwhile, the Monsoon session of Parliament which began on July 20 concluded on August 11.

This Monsoon Session, the Lok Sabha passed 22 Bills while the Rajya Sabha passed 25. Both Houses approved 23 Bills.

The monsoon session witnessed acrimonious exchanges between the government and the opposition I.N.D.I.A (Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance) bloc, primarily over the issue of ethnic violence in Manipur.

I.N.D.I.A also introduced a no-confidence motion against the Modi government, which was defeated with the opposition walking out of the Lok Sabha during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address.

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