On Friday, the Lok Sabha would be adjourned after paying tribute to Chand Nath (of BJP from Alwar in Rajasthan), Sultan Ahmed (of TMC from Uluberia in West Bengal) and Mohammed Taslimuddin (of RJD from Araria in Bihar) who died during the inter-session period.
Earlier in the day, the Congress and a number of Opposition parties also met separately to formulate a joint strategy to corner the Government on key issues during the Winter Session of Parliament. The Prime Minister put forward his suggestion during an all-party meeting ahead of the winter session's commencement in the national capital.
The government has listed nine new bills, including one to criminalise instant triple talaq, for the short session.
In the run-up to the session, the government has approved two ordinances on insolvency code and an amendment to the Forest Act.
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The controversial Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016 is also to be discussed, which would prohibit commercial surrogacy, only allowing altruistic surrogacy and specify criteria for the intending couple and surrogate mother.
The Congress, along with other opposition parties such as the Left, Trinamool Congress and DMK, had often stalled the government's bills in Rajya Sabha and disrupted proceedings in the Lower House, where the BJP-led NDA enjoys a brute majority. "He also appealed to everyone for a peaceful session following the high-pitched election", Kumar added.
"If they agree, then fine".
In the monsoon session, the Lok Sabha functioned for just 67% of its allotted time while the Upper House could utilise only 72% of the allotted time.