Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has informed that on the first day, separate discussions will be held in both the Houses on '75 Years of Democracy' in the old building. There will be a joint program of both the houses in the Central Hall on 19th. There will be a regular session in the new building from 20th. The Centre is also set to table five bills for passage during the special session.
New Delhi: The five-day “Amrit Kaal” session of Parliament is starting from today i.e. Monday. According to sources, the discussion on 75 years of parliamentary journey will start tomorrow at 11 am in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. PM Narendra Modi likely to speak today in Lok Sabha. The Centre is also set to table five bills for passage during the special session. There’s an intense speculation over a surprise item from the Centre’s side during the session. Earlier on Sunday, in the all-party meeting, silence was observed to pay tribute to the martyred army and police officers in Kashmir.
According to report, quoting sources, There will be a special meeting on 19th in the central hall of the old building, after which all the MPs will reach the new building. The proper work of the session will start in the new building from 20th. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi has informed that on the first day, separate discussions will be held in both the Houses on ’75 Years of Democracy’ in the old building. There will be a joint program of both the houses in the Central Hall on 19th. There will be a regular session in the new building from 20th.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister informed on social media platform A special session of Parliament is going to start for five days from tomorrow, for which a total of 8 bills are listed. The session meeting will be held on the first day in the old Parliament House.
The next day i.e. on 19th September, there will be a photo session in the old Parliament House, then there will be a function in the Central Hall at 11 am. After that we will enter the new Parliament. The Parliament session will be held in the new Parliament House on 19th September and regular parliamentary work will begin from 20th September.
आज संसद में आयोजित सर्वदलीय बैठक में कश्मीर में शहीद हुए सेना एवं पुलिस के हमारे अधिकारियों को श्रद्धांजलि देते हुए मौन धारण किया।
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कल से पांच दिन के लिए संसद का विशेष सत्र शुरू होने वाला है, जिसके लिए कुल 8 बिल listed हैं।
पहले दिन सत्र की बैठक पुराने संसद भवन में होगी। अगले… pic.twitter.com/PooLcJHuLu
— Pralhad Joshi (@JoshiPralhad) September 17, 2023
The proceedings of the five-day Parliament session starting from Monday will be held in the new building after the old building. The new building is near the old building. BJD MP Pinaki Mishra said that they are moving from the old to the new Parliament House. We all are very happy. We demand women’s reservation bill. Out of 21, 7 women were given tickets in Lok Sabha out of which 5 won. Everyone is of the opinion that the representation of women should be in the right proportion.
During the five-day special session of Parliament starting from September 18, on the first day, the 75 years of journey, achievements, experiences, memories and lessons of the Old Parliament House from the Constituent Assembly till today will be discussed. The special session will start from the old Parliament House and after two days the proceedings will take place in the new building.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had inaugurated the new Parliament complex on May 28 and expressed hope that the new building would become a cradle of empowerment, igniting dreams and turning them into reality. At the time of inauguration, many MPs and people from different walks of life including celebrities praised the construction of the new complex.
According to government sources, the goal of making India a developed country by 2047 might be discussed in the special session of Parliament. In which a resolution will be taken to make India a developed country. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs have been asked to gather in the Central Hall of the Old Parliament House on September 19 at 11 am. A special program will be organised. The historical legacy of Parliament will also be mentioned in this.