BJP's Parliamentary Party Executive meeting, and a separate NDA meeting will be convened today.
Parliament's Monsoon Session is slated to begin from July 19 and will conclude on August 13.
Monsoon session of the Delhi assembly will begin from July 29 and will go one for two days.
Senior BJP leader Piyush Goyal was on Wednesday appointed as the Leader of House in the Rajya Sabha.
The Monsoon session of Parliament, which is scheduled to start from July 19, will be the first session after the second wave of COVID-19, which was far worse than the first.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla Monday said all Covid-related protocols will be followed during the Monsoon Session of parliament scheduled to begin from July 19.
A group of around 200 farmers will protest against the Centre's three farm laws outside Parliament every day during the monsoon session, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) announced on Sunday.
The upcoming monsoon session of the Parliament will commence from July 19, 2021 (Monday). Subject to exigencies of government business, the session is likely to conclude on Friday, August 13, 2021.
Earlier, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi had said the government may hold the Monsoon Session as per its normal schedule, in July.
The government is hopeful of holding the Monsoon Session of Parliament on its normal schedule in July, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said on Tuesday.
The government may hike the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the pension sector to 74 percent and a Bill in this regard is expected to come in the next Parliament session, according to sources.
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Lok Sabha on Saturday passed a taxation bill that seeks to provide various reliefs in terms of compliance requirements for taxpayers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Parliament's ongoing monsoon session could be curtailed as early as September 24 in view of rising coronavirus cases. All political parties in a Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of Parliament on Saturday agreed to curtail the ongoing Monsoon Session as early as September 24.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the upcoming monsoon session will not have question hour and private member's business in both the houses of the parliament once the monsoon session commences from September 14. However, the issue has become a new flashpoint between the government and the opposition parties.
The monsoon session of the Parliament — Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha — will start from September 14, 2020 and will continue till October 1, Lok Sabha Secretariat announced in a notification. Altogether, during monsoon session 2020, there will a total of 18 sittings.
All Members of Parliament will have to undergo a COVID-19 test to attend the Monsoon Session, which is likely to begin September 14.
The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs has recommended that the Monsoon Session of Parliament be held from September 14 to October 1. According to them, there will be in total 18 sittings and its dates will be notified later in the day.