Parliament Monsoon Session Day 14 LIVE UPDATES:Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that incidents like the shelter home abuses are unfortunate and serious.No one will be spared, he said.Singh says the concerned ministry will issue advisory to all the states to check status of the shelter homes.
He says he lauds Uttar Pradesh government for taking quick action on the issue woman and running the shelter home has been arrested. Her husband has also been arrested.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi likely to put question to Narendra Modi government on the issue of jobs in Lok Sabha.
Prior to the 14th sitting of the monsoon session of Indian Parliament, both the main political parties BJP and the Congress held Parliamentary meetings today to discuss their strategies for the remaining days of the session.
Rashtriya Janata Dal and Samajwadi Party have issued an adjournment motion in Lok Sabha.
While RJD, SP and CPI MPs staged protest in the Parliament premises over Deoria Shelter Home case in Uttar Pradesh and Muzaffarpur Shelter case in Bihar.
While the BJP members felicitated the Prime Minister for smooth passage of Bills in both the Houses, Congress is learnt to have discussed the strategy to counter the Modi government on various issues such as Rafale deal, farmers’ distress and unemployment in the house
Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on Monday, took to Twitter to ask the government “where are the jobs?” It was raised by Congress leader on Lok Sabha Mallikharjun Kharge too on Monday during a discussion on the SC/ST Amendment Bill.
Trinamool Congress MPs continued their agitation at Parliament on Monday over the detention and alleged manhandling of the TMC delegation at Silchar airport last week and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MPs staged a protest demanding special status for the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The Lok Sabha has listed The National Medical Commission Bill, 2017 today for consideration and passage . The National Medical Commission Bill, 2017 aims to set up the National Medical Commission (NMC) which will determine fees for up to 40 per cent of the seats in private medical colleges and deemed universities.
Source - IT