The leader of the Adhir congress Ranjan Chowdhury letter to President Kovind looking for a special parliamentary session, emphasizing that there is a need to find a way to relieve human suffering.
Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Monday asked President RAM Nath Kovind to hold a special parliamentary session to discuss Covid pandemics and come up with steps to relieve people’s suffering.
Senior Letter Baharamari Lok Sabha Member to President Kovind comes at a second wave of Coronavirus’s disease continues to go berserk throughout the country. On Sunday, the country reported more than 366,000 new cases, pushing the number of active Covid cases to 3.7 million and very pursuing the health sector.
Infection, according to official records, has led to more than 2.46,116 deaths but most experts agree that a large number of deaths are not reported.
“In this critical situation I will urge your conscience to hold a special parliamentary (Covid Crisis) session because India consists of a number of constituencies and every member of parliament which represents the electoral district of their respective conditions saying about these conditions in it and for Find a way to alleviate the lives of suffering people, “Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, who heads the Congress Party at Lok Sabha.
“Corona pandemic in this country is in a big situation and you have to get information about the right scenario. In this critical situation I will urge your conscience to hold a Special Session (Crisis Covid) Parliament,” said parliamentary members in his letter to President Kovind.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury added that this session needed as “India consisted of a number of constituencies and each member of parliament representing its electoral district from each country having several who said the conditions of the people in it and to find ways to relieve the lives of suffering people”.
Many opposition leaders also demand that parliament must hold a special sit and that this must be held virtually.
To be sure, the power to hold a parliamentary session leaned with the government. The decision to hold a session must be taken by the Cabinet Committee on parliamentary affairs headed by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The President’s notice follows the cabinet committee’s decision.
India does not have a permanent parliament calendar. With the Convention, Parliament meets for three sessions in a year – a budget session, Monsun session and winter session. The special session was when Parliament met outside the normal legislative session. Special sessions can be resolved to complete unfinished tasks or to overcome special topics, or emergencies such as war or natural disasters.
In April, Shiv Sena Sanja Sanjay Raut also demanded a two-day session in Covid-19, underlining that the second wave of the Coronavirus case had led to “an unprecedented situation and almost like a war”.
“Confusion and maximum tension everywhere. There are no beds, no oxygen and no vaccination too. It’s nothing but total chaos. Parliament special session for at least two days must be called to discuss the situation.”