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One day ahead of parliament’s monsoon session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Sunday, chaired the all India political party meeting, in Delhi.
Addressing party chiefs and leaders, PM Modi said that the Centre was ready to hold discussions on any matter if raised under the rules and regulations of the house (Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha).
More than 40 leaders from 33 parties attended the all-party meeting and suggested, which subjects should be discussed during the session.
Key members included- Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Commerce & Industries Minister Piyush Goyal, Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, TMC MP Derek O'Brien, DMK's Tiruchi Siva and others.
“Addressing the meet, PM Modi said that all representatives' suggestions including those from the opposition are very valuable,” said, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi.
An all-party meet is an unofficial meet of all chiefs representing their parties in Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha. Matters, which are to be brought up in the house during session, bills and other subjects related to governance are discussed here.
The monsoon session of parliament would begin tomorrow and as per reports, 31 bills including two financial bills are likely to be taken up during the session.
According to few sources, farmers, who are protesting against Centre’s three farm bills since November 2020 at the Delhi-Haryana border, would march the Sansad Bhawan and stage protest during the session.
In wake of such news, the Delhi police had written to Delhi metro to take extra precautions on the seven metro stations near the parliament building.