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Monsoon session of Parliament to be held, govt to take precautions amid Covid-19: Pralhad Joshi


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Monsoon session of Parliament to be held, govt to take precautions amid Covid-19: Pralhad Joshi

ANI | Updated: Jul 12, 2020, 09:53 ISTHUBLI: Union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi on Sunday said that the Monsoon session of Parliament will be held with the government ensuring all health precautions for Covid-19 are followed. “Monsoon session (of Parliament) will certainly be held. The government will do all the formalities and take all…

ANI | Updated: Jul 12, 2020, 09: 53 IST

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HUBLI: Union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi on Sunday stated that the Monsoon session of Parliament will be held with the executive ensuring all health precautions for Covid-19 are adopted.

“Monsoon session (of Parliament) will for sure be held. The chief will cease all of the formalities and lift all precautions,” the parliamentary affairs minister instructed reporters.

Earlier in March, the Parliament had passed 12 bills all around the curtailed funds session with Lok Sabha passing 15 bills and Rajya Sabha 13.

All the draw thru the session, 19 bills private been introduced in the two Properties (18 in Lok Sabha and 1 in Rajya Sabha). The two Properties private been adjourned sine die after completion of the budgetary direction of including passage of the Finance Bill.

The 2d piece of the session became curtailed in peek of the threat of the unfold of coronavirus.

On June 1, Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had held a detailed discussion on conserving the following monsoon session of Parliament in peek of the coronavirus-triggered norm of social distancing, sources stated.

They stated the leaders private taken demonstrate of reports suggesting that the battle against Covid-19 is seemingly to be a prolonged haul.

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