Special parliamentary session: The Center will convene a party meeting on September 17 - watsupptoday.com
Special parliamentary session: The Center will convene a party meeting on September 17
Posted 11 Oct 2023 11:04 AM

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The Center has convened a meeting of all party leaders on September 17, a day before the scheduled start of the five-day special session of Parliament, Parliamentary Minister Pralhad Joshi said on Wednesday.

It is not yet clear what will be on the agenda of the extraordinary session of the parliament starting on September 18. Evidence suggests that the likely agenda will be shared with all party speakers on September 17.

"A meeting of the floor leaders of all political parties has been convened on the 17th at 4:30 p.m. before the parliamentary session, which begins on the 18th of this month. An invitation is sent to interested administrators via email. Letter to follow,” Joshi posted on X (formerly Twitter).

Although the exact reason for convening the special session is yet to be known, it is speculated that the meeting will discuss recent success stories such as the Delhi Declaration of the G20 Summit and the Chandrayaan-3 moon landing. It is also widely speculated that the government may even pass a resolution to rename India as Bharat.

Get exclusive stock market live streaming. The special session of Parliament will take place from 18:00 to 22:00. in September and there will be no information hour, zero hour or private customers. Meanwhile, Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh hit out at the government during a special session of Parliament, saying "only two people" know about its agenda even though it is just days away from its commencement.

"Today is September 13. In five days, a five-day special session of Parliament begins, and no one – except one man (okay, maybe another) – has any idea

Whenever special meetings or special meetings were held, the list of companies was known in advance, Ramesh wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

He also listed previous cases required for an extraordinary session of the Riigikogu and topics that were announced in advance and discussed in the meeting. It may be recalled that former Congress leader Sonia Gandhi reportedly wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to point out that this special session was called without consulting other political parties.

"None of us know the agenda. We have only been told that all five days are set aside for 'state business'," he said in a letter to the prime minister.

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