The winter session of Parliament begins today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expected to interact with media persons on the first day of the session, a Lok Sabha secretariat release informed on Tuesday.
16 new bills are set to be tabled in this session. The day’s proceedings will begin with parliamentarians paying homage to leaders who lost their lives this year. Also, Several bills are expected to be introduced on the first day.
The introduction of the bill for the Multi-state co-operative societies Act, 2002 will be given by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the first day of the winter session of parliament.
“Jitendra Singh, minister of personnel, public grievances, and pensions will make a statement regarding the status of implementation of the recommendations contained in the 360th Report of the department-related parliamentary standing committee on science and Technology, environment, forests and climate change on demands for grants (2022-2023) pertaining to the department of scientific and industrial research, ministry of science and technology”- Hindustan Times.
External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar is also said to make a statement on the ‘Latest Developments in India’s Foreign Policy.
He will also move a Bill to make special provisions for the repression of piracy on high seas and to provide for punishment for the offense of piracy and for matters connected in addition to that or incidental to it to be considered.
The winter session of parliament begins on Tuesday and will last till December 29, with 17 sittings over 23 days.