Winter session will start from December 7, government may introduce data protection bill

New Delhi: Winter Session Parliament The Lok Sabha Secretariat on Saturday said it would begin from December 7 and continue till December 29, “subject to exigencies of government business”.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, who tweeted the dates, said the session would have 17 sittings over 23 days.
“Looking forward to legislative business and discussion on other items during the session,” he said. The government is expected to move to introduce and pass the amended Digital Personal Data Protection Bill. an older version of bill It was withdrawn on 3 August after a Joint Committee of Parliament recommended 81 changes and 12 “major recommendations”.
Before the commencement of the session, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha and the Speaker of the Rajya Sabha will convene all-party meetings to arrive at a consensus for the smooth functioning of both the Houses. The government will also convene an all-party meeting to finalize the legislative business for the session. Sources said the session is likely to be held in the old Parliament House as the construction of the new building may drag on till the end of the year.
There is a possibility of a session even in the absence of a key Congress Members – Rahul Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh, KC Venugopal and Digvijaya Singh – due to their involvement in India couple travel,
The Congress has said the opposition will raise the issues of high inflation and unemployment in the session.

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