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Prahlad Joshi Calls All-Party Meeting Day Before Monsoon Session Begins; 17 Bills Lined Up

17 bills will be tabled during the Monsoon Session. However the Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021 (Crypto Bill), which was scheduled to be listed at the Budget session have failed to make it to the list for the Monsoon session. Sources say that bill is not being listed as the government is still working on the framework.

Monsoon Session will begin on July 19 and end on August 13 (PTI Photo)

New Delhi: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi on Wednesday called an all-party meet before the beginning of the Monsoon season of the Parliament, sources told PTI. Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will also call its Parliamentary Party Executive meeting on July 18 before the session begins. 

A meeting of the floor leaders of the NDA will also take place on the same day, reported ANI.

The session is scheduled to begin on July 19 and end on August 13.

Several key bills are expected to be introduced in the session such as the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (Amendment) Bill which calls for the depositors to be given time-bound access to an insured amount of Rs 5 lakh if banks go bust.

Another important bill that will be introduced is the  Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Act which aims to ease the business of LLPs.

Coal Bearing Areas (Acquisition and Development) Amendment Bill, 2021 is also listed to be introduced for the session. 

The bill will ensure that land lease rights and coal mining rights vested under the CBA Act can be given to any company that has emerged as a successful bidder under the  MMDR Act or the CMSP Act.

With inputs from P;TI

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