Preparations have begun to call the Indian Parliament session for the first time since the Corona pandemic.
Monsoon Session Parliament…
Officials have said that the monsoon session of Parliament is likely to be called in the last week of August or the first session of September.
As you are aware that due to the corona pandemic, both the houses of Parliament, the upper house of parliament, the Rajya Sabha, and the lower house of parliament, the sessions of the Lok Sabha are postponed from March 23.
When both the houses of Parliament were adjourned, the budget session was going on in both the houses which had to be interrupted due to the Corona pandemic.
On 17 July last, a meeting was held between the Honorable Venkaiah Naidu, Chairman of the Upper House of Parliament, and Hon’ble Vice President of India and Speaker of Lok Sabha, the lower house of Parliament, Om Birla Ji. In which the discussion was held on the convening of the monsoon session of Parliament and asked to emphasize its preparations.
Since then, there were speculations that the Parliament session could begin in the next few weeks. Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu had instructed the officials that some arrangements should be made inside the house in such a manner that the protocol of COVID-19 could be followed to ensure the proper physical distancing between all the members.
As you all know that the Parliament of India is the supreme body of the Legislature of India. It is a bicameral system.
Two Houses Of India…
The Parliament consists of two Houses, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, where the Rajya Sabha is called the Upper House and the Lok Sabha is the Lower House while the President has the Parliament.
The two Houses have powers to call and adjourn and dissolve the Lok Sabha and the Parliament of India is governed by the Parliament.
The Indian Parliament was established on 26 January 1950, the current President of India is Ram Nath Kovind, who has all the powers while the Leader of the Lok Sabha is Prime Minister Narendra Modi.