Winter session of Parliament begins, Lok Sabha adjourned till 18th December
The winter session of the Parliament begun on Friday. Lok Sabha adjourned till 18th December, after obituary references.
New Delhi: Lok Sabha has been adjourned till December 18 after making obituary references to the current and former members of the legislature.
The winter session of the Parliament began on Friday.The session, which is set to commence more than a month after its schedule, will end on January 5, 2018.
Issues like the Muslim Womens Rights on Marriage Bill related to triple talaq and legislation on granting Constitutional status to the Backward Class Commission are among the important bills, which will be tabled for discussion and passage.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said the Supplementary Demand for Grants and three ordinances including GST compensation to states will also be a prominent issue of discussion.
On the first day, the Lok Sabha will be adjourned for the day after paying tribute to its sitting and former members who passed away after the Monsoon Session.
The Parliament Winter Session is also expected to witness heavy fireworks as the Congress Party will try to corner the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Government over a range of issues.
The Centre was recently targetted by the Opposition for delaying the winter session allegedly in the wake of Gujarat Assembly Elections.
Congress outgoing president Sonia Gandhi slammed the Centre, saying it was sabotaging the Winter Session of Parliament on flimsy grounds. (ANI)