the monsoon session of parliament, beginning on Monday, is all set to be stormy as the Opposition has decided to raise issues such as the controversial Agnipath scheme, inflation, alleged misuse of investigating agencies to target Opposition leaders and the unemployment
While the Centre said it is ready to discuss all important issues, the Opposition said the session is very short and the House may not be able to take up the 32 Bills listed by the Centre. There will be 18 sittings during the session, including the private members’ business on four Fridays. The session will end on August 12. The Presidential and Vice-Presidential elections will also take place during the session.
the Centre wants to table, discuss and pass 32 bills during 14 days available for government business in the session. “What is the government is trying to do?” he asked and added that the Opposition demanded discussions on raised 13 issues including price rise, Agnipath, attack on the federal structure of the country and misuse of investigative agencies such as ED and CBI.