Parliament Session To Begin From June 24 To July 3

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Parliament Session To Begin From June 24 To July 3

| Updated: June 12, 2024 17:38

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kiren Rijiju said on Wednesday that the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha will begin on June 24 and involves the swearing-in or affirmation of the newly elected Members of Parliament.

During the first three days of the session, the newly elected leaders will elect the Speaker of the House and take an oath or affirmation of membership in the Lok Sabha. The session will end on July 3.

“First session of 18th Lok Sabha is being summoned from 24/6/24 to 3/7/24 for oath/affirmation of newly elected members, election of Speaker, President’s address and discussion thereon,” Rijiju said in a post on X (formally Twitter). 

On June 27, President Droupadi Murmu will address a joint session of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. It is expected that the President will outline the new government’s five-year vision.  

He stated that the Rajya Sabha’s 264th Session will also start on June 27 and end on July 3. Following the President’s speech on June 27, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will likely introduce his council of ministers to Parliament.

It is expected that a strong opposition would attempt to corner the NDA government on a number of topics during the discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President’s speech.

In both Houses of Parliament, the PM will address the debate on the Motion of Thanks following the President’s address.

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