The government has decided to convene the Winter Session of the Parliament from December 11 to January 8. Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Vijay Goel said that the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs has decided to convene the Winter Session of the Parliament from December 11 to 8 and send a recommendation to the President in this regard.
Normally winter session commences from the fourth week of November but it is understood that the government has decided to convene sessions later in the five states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Mizoram because most of the MPs Will be busy campaigning in these states
The assembly elections are to be held from November 12 to December 7, and in all the states, the counting of votes will be on December 11. The winter session of the five parliamentary assembly, which begins in the five assembly elections, is expected to be anarchy. Opposition Rafael Sauda, CBI vs. CBI, RBI and the Government wants to surround the Modi government on issues such as confrontation, farmer and inflation. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan wrote a letter to all MPs before the monsoon session and sought support in running the Parliament.
At the same time, it is very important for the Modi Government to follow the winter session peacefully, because after that the government will be able to call only a brief budget session, which will have to pass the budget till May 2019. The government will also want to pass some pending legislation in the meantime, while the Opposition would like to encompass the government.