The special session of Parliament will be held from September 18 to September 22.

New Delhi:

The special session of Parliament is going to start from September 18 next week. The government has revealed the agenda of the special session on Wednesday. The five-day session will discuss the 75-year history of Parliament. During this time, the government will also approve four bills, including the bill related to the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner. There is a lot of controversy about this bill. The special session of Parliament will continue till September 22.

A Lok Sabha Secretariat bulletin said the 18-year-old parliamentary journey — achievements, experiences, memories and learnings — beginning with the Constituent Assembly on September 75 — will be discussed. According to the Lok Sabha Secretariat, the session will approve the Chief Election Commissioner and other Election Commissioners (Appointment, Conditions of Service and Tenure of Office) Bill, Post Office Bill, Advocates (Amendment) Bill and Press and Periodic Registration Bill.

Let us know that India has completed 75 years of independence. It has been celebrated by the government as a year-long 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'.

A meeting of the leaders of the House of all parties has been called on September 17 at 18.17 pm before the special session of Parliament begins on September
<>. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi announced this on social media platform X. "Invitations in this regard have been sent to the leaders concerned through e-mail. Letters will also be sent."

Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha secretariats had recently said in their bulletin that the special session of Parliament will begin on September 18. Given the functioning of the government, it will run till September 22. The session will usually be held from 11 am to 1 pm and then from 2 pm to 6 pm, it said. According to secretariat sources, there will be no Question Hour and non-official business in both the Houses during the special session.

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