According to Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Pralhad Joshi’s announcement on Friday, the Winter Session of Parliament would take place from December 7 to December 29 this year. He stated that there will be a total of 17 working days in the upcoming winter session.
Notably, this would be the first session where Vice President Jagdeep Dhankar, the Rajya Sabha’s chairman, will preside over business. The session will begin as Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh continue to experience election-related mania.
Pralhad Joshi announced on his official Twitter account that the 2022 Winter Session of Parliament would begin on December 7 and last for 23 days, with 17 sittings total. During Amrit Kaal, discussions on legislative business and other topics are anticipated. Looking forward to a productive discussion.
During the upcoming session of Parliament, the government intends to enact a lot of measures, but the opposition will insist that the urgent issues be discussed first.
The members will probably pay their condolences to any deceased sitting members on the opening day of the session. Mulayam Singh Yadav, the founder of the Samajwadi Party, was one of the individuals whose passing elicited condolences from leaders of other political organisations.
According to sources, this session is anticipated to go without any significant pandemic-related restrictions because the Covid numbers have significantly decreased and the majority of the members and personnel of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Secretariat have received all available vaccinations. Parliamentary proceedings have been impacted by Covid over the past two years.
Beginning on July 18 and ending on August 8, the monsoon session was in session. 16 sessions total, spanned across 22 days, were part of the programme. According to Jairam Ramesh, Congressman Rahul Gandhi might not be able to make it to the Parliament Winter Session since he will be preoccupied with the Bharat Jodo Yatra
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