In preparation for the upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament, scheduled to begin on the 20th of July, the Indian government has called for an all-party meeting tomorrow. The Monsoon Session will commence on Thursday and run until the 11th of August, with a total of 17 sittings spread over 23 days. The purpose of the all-party meeting is to seek the support and cooperation of all political parties in ensuring the smooth functioning of both Houses of Parliament.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi had previously appealed to all parties to actively participate in productive discussions on legislative matters and other agenda items during the Monsoon Session. The government aims to foster a collaborative environment where meaningful deliberations can take place, leading to the effective functioning of Parliament and the fulfillment of the nation’s democratic processes.
The all-party meeting serves as a platform for constructive dialogue and consensus-building, allowing representatives from various political parties to express their perspectives and concerns. It is an opportunity for the government to address any apprehensions and work towards finding common ground on important issues.
As the Monsoon Session approaches, the government’s emphasis on engaging all parties underscores its commitment to democratic governance and inclusive decision-making. By fostering a spirit of cooperation and shared responsibility, the aim is to enhance the effectiveness of Parliament in serving the interests of the nation and its citizens.