It’s raining bills during the monsoon session

July 31 2011

There’s only one thing that the Congress wants during this Monsoon session and that is that the working of the Parliament should not be disrupted. That’s because it is pretty serious about the Food Security Bill, Land Reform Bill and the Communal Harmony Bill. Also, the UPA wants to give an impetus to economic reforms in the banking, pension and insurance sectors. The government is also serious about the Double Taxation Advocation Act and wants to make a law on the same, which should please the non-resident Indians, too. For this, it is crucial that the working of the Parliament is smooth, and that is why when Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Bansal and his junior Rajiv Shukla went to meet Opposition leader in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj at her 8, Safdarjung residence, they didn’t look very at ease, although Sushma was calm. Is it the lull before the storm?

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