New Delhi: Parliament Winter meeting series Both were adjourned without specifying a date as they ended today a day earlier.
The federal government had planned to hold the meeting till December 23 (tomorrow). But, suddenly the meeting ended a day earlier.
Parliament Winter meeting series The federal government had planned to hold it from November 29 to December 23. But since the beginning of the rally, members of the opposition have been in a frenzy at the state level, raising issues including the Lakhimpur Kerry riots and the farmers’ issue.
Thus, the environment in which they could not be held. Followed by 12 MPs Winter meeting series Venkaiah Naidu, the state assembly president, ordered a complete suspension.
Meanwhile, during the state-level debate on the electoral reform bill yesterday, the Trinamool Congress MP threw away the bill documents. Derek O’Brien was involved in the amalgamation. The chairman ordered them to suspend him until the end of the meeting.
Thus Derek O’Brien, who has not been in the House since the session began this morning, was accompanied by 12 suspended MPs.
The main bills passed in both houses were the Electoral Amendment Bill and the raising of the age of marriage for women to 21.
On the first day of the session, the bill to withdraw the agricultural laws was tabled in both houses and passed without debate. The bill was approved by the President. It was decided to hold this session in 18 sessions. However, reports say that 18 hours and 48 minutes have been wasted by the opposition.
Speaking before the adjournment, Venkaiah Naidu, the state assembly president, said, “They have held the meeting below its capacity. All the MPs should introspect themselves and think about how this meeting series was different and better. I have a critical vision. ”