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Assembly Election: The stormy session of Parliament from today, on which 10 issues the opposition and the ruling party are likely to clash? Read on

Assembly Election: The stormy session of Parliament from today, on which 10 issues the opposition and the ruling party are likely to clash? Read on

Apart from Agniveer Yojana, rising inflation and depreciation of the rupee against the dollar, the opposition will discuss many issues such as farmers’ problems, MSP, unemployment, India-China border situation, rising tension in the country, Nupur Sharma.

New Delhi : Monsoon session of Parliament starting today (Assembly Election) is likely to be stormy. On the very first day of the session i.e. the Presidential election on Monday (President Election) is going to happen. Members of both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will vote for the new President in the Parliament complex. According to a bulletin issued by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on Friday, the government will introduce 24 new bills during the session, apart from the four bills considered by the standing committees of Parliament. It is said that the Indian Antarctic Bill 2022 will be reintroduced during the session. Earlier this bill was introduced on April 1, 2022. Also, some issues are likely to prevail in this session. It includes Agniveer Yojana, rising inflation (Inflation) and depreciation of rupee against the dollar along with farmers’ problems, MSP, unemployment, India-China border situation, rising tension in the country, Nupur Sharma, opposition party will discuss many issues. The Monsoon Session of Parliament, which will begin from July 18, is likely to continue till August 12.

inflation : It is predicted in this session that the opposition will work to keep the BJP on the edge due to the increased inflation in the country and the rise in petrol and diesel prices. Opposition parties have been attacking the central government over inflation for the past several days, and this is likely to be seen in this session.
Agneepath Scheme : Also, the Agneepath scheme brought for army recruitment and the strong opposition to that Agneepath scheme, the violent protests across the country, then the demand by many political parties to withdraw the scheme, all these issues will be seen in the session.
Depreciation of rupee : Also, the rupee is depreciating day by day against the dollar. Due to this, the prices of crude oil have also started skyrocketing. Its impact on the Indian economy is also likely to be discussed in the session.
Problems of farmers : Also, in this session, there will be an insistence on solving the problems of the farmers. It is predicted that some concrete decisions will be made regarding MSP.
Unemployment : One more issue that will definitely prevail in this convention is unemployment in the country, after two and a half years of corona hitting the world, there has been a large increase in unemployment in India, the opponents will be seen getting aggressive.
China border issue : Also the India-China border issue which has been pending for the past several years may come up for discussion in the Parliament, there is still a tense situation on the India-China border.
Rising tension : The tension that will increase in the country due to various political situations can also be discussed in the session. This will show the opposition parties giving an aggressive reply to the BJP. Also, the Nupur Sharma case has been making headlines across the country for the past several days. The Congress is repeatedly criticizing the country for apologizing for this. Also, Muslims have protested against Napur Sharma across the country. This issue can also be discussed in the session of Parliament.
Unparliamentary words : In this convention some non-syllable words are banned. But what should be the word, there may be a dispute between the opposition rulers.
Prohibition of agitations : It has also been said that the MPs will not be allowed to protest in the Parliament premises for their various demands. So how can you deny the right to protest? This can also be disputed.

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