Monsoon session of Parliament 2021 Live coverage of 2021: The monsoon session of Parliament started off with a rocky start. As new MPs are sworn in in both chambers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented his new advice to Lok Sabha amid the uproar of the opposition. This forced the prime minister to launch a scathing attack on the opposition benches. “I thought there would be enthusiasm in Parliament because so many women, Dalits, tribes have become ministers. This time, our colleagues from the agricultural and rural areas, from the OBC community, have been appointed to the Council of Ministers … Perhaps some people are not happy if the women of the country, the OBCs, the sons of farmers become ministers. . That’s why they don’t even allow their introduction, ”PM Modi said. However, the lower house was adjourned until 2 p.m. due to the chaos. On the other hand, the upper house was also adjourned until 2 p.m. as opposition members gathered in the well raising the slogan against the government. The house resumed at 12:24 p.m. after being adjourned following tributes to MPs and personalities who lost their lives this year, including actor Dilip Kumar.
The opposition leader in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge has previously informed that the Congress party has given advice on inflation while others have given advice on farmers’ problems. “We will see what is approved by the Business Advisory Committee. We will raise the same issues, ”Kharge said. Congressman KC Venugopal gave a rule 267 notice to Rajya Sabha to suspend the activity and discuss the rising prices of fuel and basic necessities. He also called for immediate corrective action to be taken by the government. Congressman Lok Sabha Manish Tewari, Congressman Jasbir Singh Gill, Party Deputy Aam Adami (AAP) Lok Sabha Bhagwant Mann, CPI (M) MPs Elamaram Kareem and Dr V Sivadasan gave notice of adjournment motion on central government agricultural laws. During the session, the question of a report by an international media consortium would resonate in both Houses. He claimed that more than 300 verified mobile phone numbers, including those of two sitting ministers, more than 40 journalists, three opposition leaders and a sitting judge, as well as dozens of businessmen and activists, could have been targeted for hacking via Israeli spyware sold only to government agencies. . The opposition would use it to target the government as some of the members have chosen to give notices of adjournment motions to discuss the matter in the House. CPI MP Rajya Sabha Binoy Viswam has suspended his notice under Rule 267 following revelations about the scale of Pegasus spyware. RJD MP Rajya Sabha Manoj Jha gives notice of suspension of activity under rule 267 to discuss “obfuscation of death data due to second wave of COVID-19”. DMK MP Rajya Sabha Tiruchi Siva suspended the business notice under Rule 267 on the request to discuss the Mekedatu Dam issue in the House. The government has prepared a major legislative program for the monsoon session of Parliament.