Budget session: Parliament to renew regular sittings from Monday at 11 am

India

oi-Prakash KL

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New
Delhi,
Mar
12:

The
second
half
of
the
Budget
session
will
start
from
Monday
as
the
the
Rajya
Sabha
and
Lok
Sabha
are
set
to
resume
their
regular
sittings
which
will
take
place
with
most
of
the
Covid-19
restrictions
in
place.

Budget session: Parliament to resume normal sittings from Monday at 11 am

The
members
will
have
to
comply with
the
social
distancing
norms
in
the
seating
preparations
by
utilising
each
the
chambers
and
guests’ galleries.
Rajya
Sabha,
which
has
a
whole
energy
presently
of
237
members
with
eight
vacancies
out
of
a
whole
of
245
MPs,
will
have
139
(+3)
MPs
sitting
in
the
chamber
whereas
98
others
will
be
accommodated
in
the
gallery
at
a
given
time.

Whereas
Lok
Sabha,
which
has
a
whole
lodging
of
538
members,
out
of
which
282,
together with
the
Prime
Minister,
can
sit
in
the
chamber
whereas
the
relaxation
258
can
sit
in
the
galleries
at
a
given
time.
In
addition,
the
restricted
entry
for
the
media
will
additionally
proceed
as
earlier
with
restricted
seating
capability
in
the
press
gallery.
Entry
of
guests
to
witness
the
proceedings
of
the
two
Homes
will
stay
suspended,
ANI
reported.

Solely
sitting
members
of
the
two
Homes
of
Parliament
can
go to
the
Central
Corridor
which
will
be
out
of
bounds
for
the
former
MPs
and
guests,
as
per
the
official
pointers.
Furthermore,
restricted
entry
for
workers
of
MPs
and
ministers
will
additionally
proceed
to
be
adopted
in
line
with
the
protocol
seen
in
the
earlier
classes
which
had been
enforced
after
the
outbreak
of
the
COVID-19
pandemic.

The
second
half
of
the
Budget
session
conclude
on
April
8.
Company

Story first printed: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 10:22 [IST]

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