Monsoon Session: Government’s Agenda for Next Week and Unrest in Parliament!!

The ongoing Monsoon session of the Parliament has witnessed several important developments, with a few Bills being passed in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

However, the session has been marked by a logjam due to the Opposition’s demand for a discussion on the Manipur issue and their call for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a comprehensive statement on the matter.

The no-confidence motion moved by the INDIA block has added to the strategic pressure on the PM Modi-led government to initiate a discussion.

This update will cover the recent developments and highlight a few key events from Thursday’s session:

Unrest in Parliament: Opposition’s Protests and No-Confidence Motion. The parliament witnessed high-decibel unrest, particularly in the upper House, with Opposition MPs resorting to sloganeering and displaying placards.

This led to a walkout by the Opposition members. The situation prompted Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar to remind the members about maintaining decorum in the House.

As a mark of protest, the INDIA bloc-led Opposition alliance entered the parliament wearing black clothes on Thursday. They also boycotted a meeting of the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of the Rajya Sabha before the House proceedings began.

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Bills Passed Amidst the Unrest- Despite the disruptions and protests, several Bills were passed in both Houses of Parliament on the same day:

In the Rajya Sabha, the Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2023, was passed in the absence of the Opposition members. In the Lok Sabha, the Jan Vishwas (Amendment and Provision) Bill, 2023, was passed based on the Joint Committee’s recommendations.

Government’s Agenda for Next Week: The government has announced its agenda for the upcoming week, which includes taking up two crucial Bills for discussion.

These Bills are the Delhi (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023, and the Mediation Bill 2021. The government’s decision has exchanged barbs between the treasury and opposition benches, reflecting the ongoing tension in the parliament.

Government Monsoon Session Agenda

Disruption of Question Hour and Adjournment: The Opposition in the Lok Sabha disrupted the Question Hour, which led to Speaker Om Birla adjourning the House till noon on Thursday.

Breaking news:


The Monsoon session of the Parliament has been marked by significant unrest and disruptions. Despite the challenges, some Bills have been passed, and the government has announced its agenda for the next week.

The Opposition’s demand for discussions on key issues and the INDIA bloc’s no-confidence motion have added to the intensity of the ongoing session.

The situation remains tense as the government and the Opposition stand firm on their respective positions.

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