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The government has called a ‘special session of Parliament’ from 18 to 22 September. There will be five meetings in this. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi on Thursday Posted on social media site ‘X’, ‘Special session of Parliament (13th session of 17th Lok Sabha and 261st session of Rajya Sabha) has been called from 18 to 22 September.’ Nothing has been officially said about the agenda of this special session of Parliament. Parliamentary Affairs Minister said, ‘I am hopeful of meaningful discussion and debate in Parliament in this session to be held in Amrit Kaal.’ According to sources, parliamentary work during the special session may be shifted to the new Parliament House, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28. Final touches are being given to the construction works related to the new building of the Parliament. Normally there are three sessions of the Parliament – ​​Budget, Monsoon and Winter. There is a provision to call a special session of Parliament in special circumstances. The recent success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission and India’s goals during Amritkal may also be part of the discussion in the special session.

There is talk in the political circles that the Modi government, including the Uniform Civil Code (UCC), ‘One Nation, One Election’ i.e. Lok Sabha and Vidhansabha elections, and many other important bills including the Women’s Reservation Bill, are discussed in its agenda. Can On the other hand, when Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge was questioned on the sidelines of the meeting of the opposition alliance ‘India’ in Mumbai regarding the One Nation, One Election Bill, he said, ‘Let them bring it, our fight will continue.’ Former Lok Sabha secretary PTD Acharya said that assembly elections are about to be held in five states, politically he may have to do something. The government wants to do very important legislative work. One can also happen that there is talk of holding Lok Sabha elections along with the Vidhansabha. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin have also expressed similar apprehensions. They say that the government can conduct the Lok Sabha elections ahead of time. Regarding the special session, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi targeted the central government, referring to the Adani Group. He said, ‘I think this is a sign of nervousness. Similar panic happened when I spoke in Parliament. Due to this my membership of Parliament was cancelled. Panic is because the matter is close to PM Modi. Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said, ‘Don’t know what is the intention of the government. May be PM Modi will have some new idea. Moving from old building to new building. To do worship Etc. Etc. Something to bang on. You may have different thinking, but it seems strange. Attacking the central government, former CM Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Priyanka Chaturvedi said, ‘Pralhad Joshi has stolen a decision that the special session of Parliament will be held from 18 to 22 September. My question is Ganesh Chaturthi which is a very big Hindu festival for India and especially for Maharashtra. In such a situation, why is this anti-Hindu work happening? On what basis has the decision been taken? Why was this date chosen? Saurabh Bhardwaj, a minister in Delhi’s Kejriwal government and leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, said that the central government is strangling democracy. He said, ‘The central government does not take opinion from anyone. Why was the session called? Don’t know anything about it. No one was allowed to speak in the old session. In fact, the monsoon session of Parliament ended on August 11 itself. Then most of the proceedings regarding the Manipur violence were marred by ruckus. AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi said that BJP’s idea of ​​one nation one election is unconstitutional. This will affect the basic concept of the constitution. We demand that the demand for discussion on China should be heard and the country should also be informed about this. It may be noted that earlier a special session of Parliament was held on the midnight of June 30, 2017, which was the occasion of the implementation of GST. Although it was a joint session of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. At the same time, a six-day special session was held in August 1997 to mark the celebration of the 50th anniversary of India’s independence. The midnight session was held on 9 August 1992, the 50th anniversary of the Quit India Movement. The first such special midnight session was held on 14–15 August 1972, the silver jubilee year of India’s independence, and on 14–15 August 1947, the eve of India’s independence.

With the calling of a special session of the Parliament by the Modi government, the attention of the opposition parties, which were focused on opposing Modi, has now shifted towards their respective political future. Considering the political situation and time of the country, calling of a special session of the Parliament by the Modi government is such a political step which has the potential to break the cycle created by the opponents. This thing also becomes clear from the reaction expressed by the leaders of the opposition parties.

– Irwin Khanna (Chief Editor, Dainik Uttam Hindu)

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