Special session of Parliament will start from today, discussion on the journey of 75 years and four bills will be discussed.
Parliament Special Session Live Updates: The special session of Parliament is starting from today. There is also speculation that bills including several constitutional amendments including One Nation One Election, Women’s Reservation, Uniform Civil Code will be introduced in the special session of Parliament. There is bound to be an uproar over this. This session will run for five days i.e. from today till September 22, in which 5 meetings are to be held.
Earlier on Sunday, Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar hoisted the national flag in the new building.
Today, on the first day of the session, 75 years of parliamentary journey, achievements, experiences, memories and lessons will be discussed in the Rajya Sabha. Let us tell you that the proceedings of the first day of the session will be held in the old Parliament only. After this, work will start in the new Parliament on September 19.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said, the session will be held in the old Parliament House on the first day. Next day i.e. on 19th September, there will be a photo session in the Old Parliament, then there will be a function in the Central Hall at 11 am. After that we will enter the new Parliament. Parliament session will start in the new Parliament on 19th and regular government work will take place from 20th.
These four bills are the agenda of the special session of Parliament
Four bills have been mentioned as the agenda of the special session of Parliament. Which includes the bill related to the selection of the Chief Election Commissioner, Advocates Amendment Bill, Post Office Bill, Press and Registration of Periodicals Bill.
- Bill related to selection of Chief Election Commissioner
- Advocates Amendment Bill
- post office bill
- Press and Registration of Periodical Bill
On behalf of the government, all Cabinet Ministers, Ministers of State (Independent Charge) and Ministers of State have been instructed to be present throughout the entire proceedings of the House on the five days of the special session.