Pralhad Joshi, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration, announced on Saturday that the Monsoon session of parliament in New Delhi will start on July 20. On August 11, the monsoon session is expected to come to an end.

According to Press Trust of India, the 2023 Monsoon session of parliament would begin in the existing parliament building and move to the new one in the middle.

The minister Pralhad Joshi asked political parties to participate in fruitful parliamentary debates while releasing the agenda for the forthcoming session.

 The 2023 Monsoon Session of Parliament will begin on July 20 and last until August 11. Encourage all parties to participate in fruitful conversations during the monsoon session about legislative business and other topics.

He stated in another Hindi tweet that the session will last for 23 days and feature 17 sittings.

2023 Monsoon Session: What is expected?

The ninth-year-old administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anticipated to bring the much-awaited Uniform Civil Code bill during the forthcoming Monsoon session of the parliament.

The creation of one legislation for India is mandated under the Uniform Civil Code. On a number of issues, including marriage, divorce, inheritance, maintenance, and adoption, it would apply to all faith communities.

The government is also anticipated to introduce a bill during the session to replace the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Ordinance, which effectively revoked the Supreme Court decision that gave the Delhi government more legislative and executive authority over “services” matters.

According to Press Trust of India, the administration would attempt to pass the measure quickly.

It’s also possible that the National Research Foundation Bill, which the Union Cabinet approved on Wednesday, may be introduced.

The planned foundation will be a brand-new financial organisation to advance the scientific and technological research capacity of the world’s most populous country.

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