Since the pandemic started, three sessions of Parliament have been shortened and last year the winter session had to be cancelled. Sources said the modalities for organizing the monsoon session this year are still under discussion.
corona virus The second wave had slowed down the pace of the country. However, once again there is a decrease in the cases. In such a situation, it is believed that now the work can start once again. corona infection Due to this, the budget session of Parliament had to be adjourned midway. Now the question is arising whether according to the normal program monsoon session of parliament Can it start? Parliamentary Affairs Minister today regarding this Prahlad Patel was questioned. Prahlad Patel said that the government expects the monsoon session of Parliament to be held as per its normal schedule in July.
We are hopeful that the monsoon session of parliament will begin as per its normal schedule in July. We are fully prepared to run the parliament. We hope that MPs and parliament staff will be vaccinated in July: Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Prahlad Joshi pic.twitter.com/9xu8MNxwvQ
– ANI (@ANI) June 8, 2021
Since the pandemic started, three sessions of Parliament have been shortened and last year the winter session had to be cancelled. Sources said the modalities for organizing the monsoon session this year are still under discussion. Joshi said, “I am hopeful that the Parliament session will start as per normal schedule starting in July. We are all set to run Parliament. We are hopeful that the MPs and Parliament staff will be vaccinated in July.” At least one dose has been taken.
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Let us tell you that after 63 days in 24 hours less than one lakh cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India and the daily rate of samples getting infected has also come down to 4.62 percent. According to the updated data released by the Union Health Ministry at 8 am on Tuesday, the number of infected has increased to 2,89,96,473 after 66 days in the country after the lowest number of 86,498 new cases were reported in 24 hours. Earlier on April 2, 81,466 new cases were reported in 24 hours. At the same time, after the death of 2,123 more people, the death toll increased to 3,51,309. After 47 days, so few cases of death due to infection have been reported in the country.
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