Saturday, March 2, 2024
HomeNewsEverything about Winter Session of Parliament budget

Everything about Winter Session of Parliament budget

Winter Session of Parliament: The Winter Session of Parliament for 2023 begins today, December 4, and will last until December 22. Earlier on Saturday, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi stated that the government is fully prepared for structured debate and that the opposition has been asked to allow the House to function normally.

Encouraged by its victory in the assembly elections, the BJP is preparing to face the Congress-led opposition in Parliament’s Winter Session. The leaders of the Opposition INDIA bloc will also meet, ostensibly to redraw their strategies for dealing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP both in Parliament and in elections.

The Congress party had hoped to win big in Madhya Pradesh and keep Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, but instead suffered a crushing defeat. However, the grand old party was successful in ousting the BRS from Telangana.

The Lok Sabha Ethics Committee’s report, which recommends Mahua Moitra’s expulsion from the Lower House due to a “cash-for-query” complaint, is also scheduled for tabling in the House today. Earlier on Saturday, Congress Lok Sabha leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury wrote to Speaker Om Birla, requesting a review of the rules and processes governing the operation of parliamentary committees. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) has insisted on a debate on the Ethics Committee report in the House during a meeting of political party floor leaders chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

Read Also: Top Indian Government Schemes to Invest in 2023

Which Bills will be taken up for the Parliament winter session?

The winter session of Parliament is expected to be contentious, with opposition parties steadfast in their opposition to several bills on the government’s agenda, including the Bill to Regulate Appointments to the Chief Election Commission and Other Election Commissioners. The government has 21 bills on its agenda for the session, including bills to replace the IPC, the Indian Evidence Act, and the Criminal Procedure Code.

Other bills that are likely to be debated during Parliament’s Winter Session include the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Bill 2023, the Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita Bill 2023, and the Bharatiya Sakshya Bill 2023.

As per the list, there are 19 Legislative Business and 2 Financial Business bills that will be taken up in the Winter session. Check the full list here

I. Legislative Business:

1. The Repealing and Amending Bill, 2023, as passed by Lok Sabha.

2. The Advocates (Amendment) Bill, 2023, as passed by Rajya Sabha.

3. The Press and Registration of Periodicals Bill, 2023, as passed by Rajya Sabha.

4. The Constitution (Jammu and Kashmir) Scheduled Castes Order (Amendment) Bill, 2023

5. The Constitution (Jammu and Kashmir) Scheduled Tribes Order (Amendment) Bill, 2023

6. The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill, 2023

7. The Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation (Amendment) Bill, 2023

8. The Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023

9. The Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023

10. The Bhartiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023

11. The Post Office Bill, 2023

12. The Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners (Appointment, Conditions

of Service and Term of Office) Bill, 2023

13. The Boilers Bill, 2023

14. The Provisional Collection of Taxes Bill, 2023

15. The Central Goods and Services Tax (Second Amendment) Bill 2023

16. The Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization (Amendment) Bill, 2023

17. The Government of Union Territories (Amendment Bill, 2023

18. The National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Second (Amendment) Bill,2023

19. The Central Universities (Amendment) Bill, 20

Read Also: 5 Finance Innovations in 2023 you should know

II. Financial Business:

1. Presentation, Discussion and Voting on the First Batch of Supplementary Demands for Grants for the year 2023-24 and introduction, consideration and passing of the related Appropriation Bill.

2. Presentation, Discussion and Voting on Demands for Excess Grants for the year 2020-21 and introduction, consideration and passing of the related Appropriation Bill.

Disclaimer: The article or blog or post (by whatever name) in this website is based on the writer’s personal views and interpretation of Act. The writer does not accept any liabilities for any loss or damage of any kind arising out of information and for any actions taken in reliance thereon.Also, and its members do not accept any liability, obligation or responsibility for author’s article and understanding of user.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Top News

Recent News