Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that his government will take good decision in the second part of the Budget sessions of the Parliament starting today.
He said, “First part of budget session was productive, hope that second part is the same as well. Is session mein acche faisle lenge (We will take good decisions in this session.)”
The parliament session is likely to be quite stormy following the central government’s decision to impose President’s Rule in Uttarakhand.
The High Court had later quashed that decision prompting the central government to file an appeal in Supreme Court, where the bench of Justice Dipak Misra had stayed the HC’s order till 27 April.
The JDU on Monday gave notice in Rajya Sabha over the Uttarakhand crisis. Last week, the Congress had decided to move a motion seeking condemnation for the prime minister.
Meanwhile, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Vekaiah Naidu said that his government was willing to discuss drought and it had done its work.
“We’ll act upon suggestions that come,” he said.
Among other issues likely to dominate the session are deteriorating drought situation across India and Vijay Mallya leaving the country.