Parliament Live Updates: It is expected that Prime Minister Narendra Modi can also speak on the farmer movement during President Ram Nath Kovind’s address to the Rajya Sabha today. During the budget session of Parliament, the opposition created a lot of uproar over the peasant movement and demanded the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws.
Today the General Budget 2021-22 will be discussed in the Parliament, for which a time of 10 hours has been set. The Question Hour was abolished on February 3 and the Question Hour and Zero Hour on February 4 and 5, with the goal of extending the time for discussion on the Motion of Thanks.
Today in the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reply to the vote of thanks on the President’s address and the Prime Minister’s Office has also tweeted about it. The time of 10.30 am is scheduled for PM Modi to speak.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reply to President Ram Nath Kovind’s address in Rajya Sabha today. At the same time, the deadlock may end in the Lok Sabha also today. Discussion will continue on the vote of thanks on the President’s address in the Lok Sabha today and PM Modi will present his reply in front of the House at around 10:30 am. PM Modi is also expected to speak on the farmer movement and on the Uttarakhand incident yesterday, a statement from the PM may also come
PMO has tweeted
The Prime Minister’s Office has tweeted about PM Modi’s speaking in Parliament and has made it clear that the Prime Minister will reply on the thanksgiving proposal of the President’s address.
Opposition insists on withdrawal of agricultural laws
During the budget session of the Parliament, most opposition MPs opposed the three agricultural laws, supported the peasant movement and demanded the government to withdraw all three agricultural laws. However, during this time, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had also invited the question makers to discuss the provisions of the agricultural laws, stating the advantages of agricultural laws in front of the House.
May break in Lok Sabha
The deadlock between the ruling party and the opposition in the Lok Sabha may be broken after the first week of the budget session was uprooted. After the PM’s speech in the Rajya Sabha in the morning, the discussion on the motion of thanks on the President’s address in the Lok Sabha can proceed further. Last week in the Lok Sabha, the proceedings of the House were an uproar.
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