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New Delhi, March 7 : After a brief interval, the Lok Sabha is all set to resume the Budget Session of Parliament from Monday with the united Opposition prepared with a strategy to create pandemonium in the House.
The Opposition will be raising various issues targeting the Centre, especially on farm laws and LPG price hike.
MPs from the Congress-led opposition along with Trinamool Congress (TMC), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Revolutionary Communist Party (RSP), Jammu & Kashmir National Conference, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have planned to take on the central government over these issues when the second phase of the Budget Session would begin from Monday for a month-long exercise to discuss various Bills and public welfare issues.
Various leaders from these Opposition parties showed indications that they would question the Union government’s policies and strategy which so far failed to find a solution to the ongoing farmers’ protest since the last 100 days over the three Union farm laws.
Soon after the House would assemble on Monday at 4 p.m. and the Lok Sabha Speaker would read the obituary references to nine parliamentarians who passed away recently. Some of these MPs were sitting members of the House while some were the members of the previous Lok Sabha session.
The parliamentarians who lost their lives recently due to illness and other reasons include — Mohan S. Delkar, Nand Kumar Singh Chauhan, Rajendra Kumar Sharma, Sarat Kar, M. R. Kadambur Janarthanan, M. Deiveekan, Mahavir Bhagora, Captain Satish Sharma and D. Pandian.


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