The Winter Session of Parliament commences today, following BJP’s triumph in three states and Congress’ victory in Telangana. Prime Minister Narendra Modi sees this as an opportune moment for the Opposition to engage constructively, emphasizing a shift from their nine years of negativity.
Meanwhile, the Lok Sabha Ethics Committee is set to present a report on Monday proposing the expulsion of Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra over cash-for-query accusations. The opening day may witness heated exchanges between the Treasury and Opposition benches, setting the stage for a potentially contentious session.
Additionally, three pivotal bills aiming to replace the IPC, CrPC, and the Evidence Act are expected to be discussed. Bolstered by a 3-1 win in recent Assembly polls, BJP lawmakers are poised with confidence, while the Opposition seeks to challenge the government on various fronts.
The session promises to be crucial with significant legislative and ethical matters on the agenda.
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