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In New Year, LS, RS get down to business

DNDEL13671 | 1/3/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :353 | Politics & Governance

Winter Session

New Delhi: Peace returned to Parliament on its first sitting in the New Year as the regular business was conducted without any obstructions or adjournments.
Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu acknowledged that he could complete all special mentions and zero hour statements in the first hour of the day. The Rajya Sabha witnessed most of disruptions since the Winter Session began on December 15. He went a step further to order the parliamentary affairs minister to ensure that all concerned ministers reply to the MPs after the session on the concerns expressed by them through these mentions and statements as it will enhance “productivity of the House.”
Samajwadi Party member Naresh Agrawal raised the issue of doctors goi
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