BJP parliamentary Party Meet Today, Important Decisions will be taken

New Delhi [India]: A Bharatiya Janata Party Parliamentary party conference began on Tuesday morning in the Parliament Library Building in the presence of BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda.
Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Ashwini Vaishnaw, S Jaishankar, Anurag Thakur and Pralhad Joshi were amongst those who were seen arriving for the meeting at the Parliament Library building. Rajnath Singh is chairing the meeting in which a number of BJP MPs are also present. Notably, the recurring Monsoon Session is witnessing a number of adjournments in both Residences of Parliament on different concerns varying from cost rise issues to the arrest of Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut by the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case.
At the same time, amid the continuous need from the opposition, the Rajya Sabha will certainly talk about the concern of rate rise today. The federal government will certainly also relocate ‘The Family Courts (Change) Bill, 2022’ for passing and also consideration.
the Opposition Congress and also other parties interfered with process over the arrest of Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut and also various other concerns.
Also, the Lok Sabha on Monday withdrew the suspension of four Congress MPs on the condition that they will not bring placards into the House.
Lok Sabha MPs, consisting of Manickam Tagore, Ramya Haridas, Jothimani, as well as TN Prathapan, were suspended for the whole Monsoon Session on 25 July, for presenting placards as well as interfering with procedures in spite of a caution by Audio speaker Om Birla.
The step had actually stimulated demonstrations and outcry from the Resistance event, with the Congress retorting that the Centre was attempting to intimidate them.
Including in this, MP Shashi Tharoor had said that the government is truly big-headed regarding its brute bulk and appears contemptuous regarding the demand to suit Opposition voices.
Additionally, Speaker Om Birla on Monday asked for all parties to prevent bringing placards to the Parliament.

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