Invitation for the meeting sent to all the leaders
According to the information, this meeting has been called by Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi. After this news came out, he gave this information on the social media platform ‘X’. He wrote, “Before the Parliament session from 18th of this month, a meeting of all party floor leaders has been called on 17th at 4.30 pm. For this, invitations have been sent to the concerned leaders through email.”
‘Agenda not received yet’
At the same time, there is news that an important meeting regarding the special session of Parliament is going on at the residence of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. It is possible to discuss the agenda of the special session in this meeting. All the central ministers including Amit Shah are present in this meeting. On the other hand, Congress has raised questions on this special session and agenda of Parliament. Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh wrote on Twitter that in the past when special sessions or meetings were held, the agenda was known in advance. But, this time it is not so. The big question is why the agenda has not been made public yet.
Special session will be held from 18 to 22 September
Let us tell you that on August 31, a decision of the Modi government surprised everyone when the government had announced to call a special session of the Parliament. Even at that time, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi had informed about calling this session. This session has been called from 18 to 22 September. It is being told that the proceedings of the first day will be held in the old Parliament. After that the second day and the upcoming session will be held in the new building. There are full chances of chaos in the session.
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