Modi calls the all-party meeting before the budget session

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Few Key bills will be under consideration during this year’s parliamentary session


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called the customary all-party meeting ahead of the budget session which starts tomorrow. PM Modi is conducting his first all-party-meet after he took the office for the second term.

All party meeting is the customary procedure to ensure the smooth flow of the budget session. Indian Prime Minister is expected to seek cooperation from all the other parties including the opposition.

The BJP along with its allies has 353 members in the Lok Sabha also known as Lower House where they have a clear majority. However, NDA is still in minority in the Upper House where they have only 102 members out of 245 members.

Triple-Talak Bill may come under the hammer this session

There are some key bills which the Modi 2.0 government would be targeting. ‘Triple-Talak’ could be one of those bills which will be targeted by the government. It got stuck in the Upper House in the last proceedings. Even the ally of BJP, Nitish Kumar of Janta Dal-United opposed the bill.

The customary opposition meeting before the start of budget session is still due. The opposition is still recovering from the humiliating loss in the 17th Lok Sabha Election. Congress got only 52 seats which was just 8 seats more from the 2014 Lok Sabha Election.

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The minimal performance by Congress hasn’t enabled them to elect the leaders in both the houses.

The minimal performance by Congress hasn’t enabled them to elect the leaders in both the houses. Congress is still going through internal discussions over who should be the President of Congress.

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