Parliament will have a “Special Session” from September 18-22. Govt

The administration, however, did not explain why the session, which would last five days, was called.

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The government will host a ‘Special Session’ of Parliament from September 18-22, according to parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi, who announced the date on Thursday.

A Special Session of Parliament (13th Lok Sabha Session and 261st Rajya Sabha Session) has been convened for September 18th to 22nd, with 5 sittings.” “Amidst Amrit Kaal, I look forward to productive conversations and debate in Parliament,” Joshi tweeted on X (formerly Twitter).

However, the minister did not explain why the session was convened.

The previous Monsoon session of Parliament, held between July 20 and August 11, saw primarily over the issue of ethnic violence in Manipur, acrimonious exchanges between the ruling BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the opposition I.N.D.I.A. (Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance) bloc.

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The opposition also walked out of the Lok Sabha during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address, which was easily rejected.

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