Indian Parliament may witness heat waves in monsoon session 2021
The monsoon session of Parliament through 19 July to August 8 seems to witness heat waves as the opposition prepares their guns to train against the Government. The Modi Government is already under attack by the opposition parties alleging failure in handling the second wave of Covid-19 situation. The Prime Minister is facing serious accusations so far that he could not take appropriate steps to curb the spreading of the virus. Neglecting the indigenous necessities exporting vaccines, not focusing on vaccine production, inadequate vaccination, and lapse in giving timely advisories to the nation. The opposition parties will also raise the 'Kumbh Mela' issue which helped the virus spread fast. also they will take another point of permission to 'Kavad yatra' in Uttar Pradesh.
Secondly no proper action in regard to the serious agitations by the farmers on new farm bills. The farmers are agitating against the 3 newly brought agriculture bills at the outskirts of Capital. Already the leaders of farmers' Associations like BKU,AIKS and some other Unions announced that they will protest in front of the Parliament to draw the attention of national and international people to garner the support for their reasonable cause. Certainly farmers' decision will irk the BJP leaders in both the Houses.
Also opposition will take advantage of the key remarks of the apex court on sedation, and IT laws. As usual there is a ready made issue of Jammu & Kashmir. Restoration of statehood, prevailing unrest in the valley are some of the weapons in the armoury of opposition following the all party meeting with the Prime Minister Modi, leaders of that region stressed for early elections after restoration of its statehood.
As far as the other issues, this time Parliament will see more heat scenes with the members of Telugu states Andhra Pradesh and Telangana following the gazette bringing all the projects under respective Boards that were created separately for Krishna and Godavari River waters namely KRMB and GRMB.
While the AP Government is hailing the Central Government decision, Telangana State Government seriously refused and protested the step. Also the Telangana Government decided to approach the court of law on the gazette notification. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Supremo and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao advised its MPs to highlight the issue in Parliament protesting the central Govt's move in regard to the projects. Naturally the Parliament members from Andhra Pradesh will block their efforts which causes ruckus in the House.
Also opposition parties may stand against the proposed population bill in some BJP ruled states especially there may be a serious protest from Uttar Pradesh Members. Moreover, several opposition members from different states will raise their voices on the problems and union Government decisions. Of course the BJP leaders are strong enough to encounter the opposition voices especially Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is a great defending champion.