During the Monsoon session there will be 18 sittings and a total time of 108 hours, the work of the session includes 14 pending bills and 24 new bills, all these uninterrupted management may face many problems for the ruling party and uninterrupted
The Monsoon Session of Parliament will begin from July 18 and continue till August 12. Monsoon session is important in many ways, the Amrit Mohotsav of Azadi should be Amritamaya. This session is also important because after the presidential and vice presidential elections, the country will start getting guidance from the new president, the new vice president. It is expected that the session should begin with positive dialogue, not confrontation. For this every MP of every party should make the proceedings of the session positive through cool mind and sweet dialogue and bring new wave of development by filling new energy for the country.
Before every parliamentary session begins, the parties clash, a long list of accusations and counter-accusations is prepared, filled with politically motivated interests rather than positive issues, time is wasted on important issues of Parliament. In vain debate. That seems to be the case this session, while healthy debate and criticism in Parliament is a testament to the vitality of democracy, but unfortunately there is an atmosphere of conflict-scattering-hatred, in which issues of concern to the public are minimized. can be found. The same seems to be happening this time too. The opposition is upset over declaring unparliamentary the words it uses to surround the government in the House. Another reason for the displeasure is the ban on dharna demonstrations by MPs in the Parliament building complex. The opposition’s aggressive stance on these issues suggests that these same issues will dominate the Parliament. If this happens, issues like inflation, unemployment, poverty, deprivation, floods, natural disasters and environment are seen to be left behind.
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There will be 18 sittings during the Monsoon Session and a total time of 108 hours, the work of the session includes 14 pending Bills and 24 new Bills, all these uninterrupted proceedings may face many problems for the ruling party and before the start of the uninterrupted session Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Saturday addressed all parties. A meeting was held, in which he briefed the leaders about the preparations for the session. During the meeting, Birla sought cooperation from all parties for smooth conduct of proceedings with ‘decency, dignity and discipline’. But unfortunately several opposition political parties including Trinamool Congress, Telangana Rashtra Samithi, Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party, Telugu Desam Party, Shiromani Akali Dal and Left parties did not participate in this important meeting while Biju Janata Dal also did not participate. There was no representation. However, Congress and its allies Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Indian Union Muslim League, DMK’s TR Balu, YSR Congress, NDA constituent Lok Janshakti Party and Apna Dal also participated in the meeting.
It is the responsibility of the opposition to maintain decorum and discipline in Parliament, while it is the responsibility of the government to follow democratic traditions and give full opportunity to the opposition as well. If the ruling party or government does not give opportunity to the opposition to express their views within the parliament, it will be against the parliamentary rules and conventions, it will be undemocratic. In such a situation, if the opposition protests inside and outside the parliament keeping in mind the limitations of the parliament, the people of the country will question the government and not the opposition. Otherwise, creating a ruckus for no reason only hurts the opposition. It is the responsibility of the opposition to strengthen its role for the strengthening of democracy. Issues concerning the people were raised prominently in Parliament. He should not be short of words for this. Again using parliamentary terms can also expose the shortcomings of the government. The dignity of Parliament should also be preserved by using balanced words and language. There should be an open hearted dialogue in the Parliament, if necessary there should be a debate. Criticism too. Analyze things in detail by doing very fine type analysis. So that it can make a very positive contribution to policy and decision-making. It is the responsibility of both pros and cons. Parliament is the medium of positive debate, it is through these debates that new wings can be given to the growth and development of the country, the country can become strong.
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This Monsoon Session of Parliament will open the door to some new possibilities, show the way to solve all the problems of the country and society, present a roadmap to stop inflation, poverty, illiteracy, restlessness, unemployment and rampant crime. If we take up the problems faced by the common man and businessmen due to new economic policies, the acceptance will automatically increase, the session will become positive. If the opposition has concerns about trade, economy, unemployment, inflation, rural life and the poor condition of farmers, it should be reflected in the proceedings of the session. Creating an atmosphere of healthy and proper debates by putting pressure on the government and its operations with its logic and awareness, putting pressure on the authorities with its lively and effective role, this is the proof of the vitality of democracy.
More than a dozen opposition parties in the country have no concrete and basic issue, no determination to build the country, then instead of criticism, sharp review and dialogue, they choose the path of confrontation, investigation, accusations, which. It only exposes the ironies and inconsistencies of the opposition leadership. It seems that India is now proving negative in the world’s largest democracy, due to leadership not making ethics and policies the main issue, the opposition is losing its value, hence neither the opposition can raise meaningful and important issues. To make sense of meaningful opposition. If the opposition does not play its meaningful and effective role firmly, there is darkness ahead, which does not bode well for Indian democracy.
(The writer is a senior journalist and columnist)