The winter session of the parliament is to begin today. Even before the session begins, new friends Congress and Shiv Sena have given adjournment motion notices.
As per reports, the Congress party has given an adjournment motion notice over the ‘Instability in Jammu and Kashmir post abrogation of Article 370’. The Shiv Sena has given an adjournment motion notice over ‘Loss of crops due to heavy rainfall in Maharashtra’.
After the Shiv Sena’s withdrawal from the ruling NDA over government formation in Maharashtra, it was reported earlier that Shiv Sena MPs have been allocated seats in the opposition side.
The Sena had also made its lone minister Aravind Sawant resign from the Union Cabinet.
As per reports, the TMC has also given an adjournment motion notice over the detention of NC leader Farouq Abdullah in Srinagar. As the Lok Sabha commenced, speaker Om Birla had invited TDP MP Kesineni Srinivas to pose the first question. However, opposition leaders were seen doing loud sloganeering over the detention of Jammu and Kashmir politicians.
Ahead of the beginning of the winter session, PM Modi stated that the parliament should witness quality debates and open discussions. Nearly 50 bills are scheduled to be presented in the parliament this session.