The budget session of the Parliament is being started from Monday. All the newly elected members of the Lok Sabha will be administered the oath on 17th and 18th of June for the first two days of this session that runs till 26th July. For this, Dr. Virendra Kumar has been selected as the Protem Speaker. Lok Sabha Speaker will be elected on June 19 The President will address the two Houses of Parliament on 20th. A lack of all this will all fall. This time, many big faces of the ruling party and the opposition will not be seen in mainstream politics. Many of these are such that their voices have been resonating from the party to the opposition in the House for a long time.
During the first government of Narendra Modi, Arun Jaitley was the leader of the Rajya Sabha and finance minister. This time he has not joined the government for health reasons. Arun Jaitley wrote a letter to Prime Minister Modi saying that he will not be able to take any responsibility in his new government. They need more time now to be healthy. Before this, there was a lot of speculation about Arun Jaitley joining the cabinet.
Mallikarjun Kharge and Jyotiraditya Scindia were Congress leaders in the previous Lok Sabha. This time, BJP's Dr. Umesh Jadhav defeated Mallikarjun Kharge, from Gulbarga Lok Sabha seat. Kharge, who is considered a Congress veteran, fought 11 elections and won all. Apart from this, Jyotiraditya Scindia, who is involved in the Congress's popular and youthful faces, will not be seen in the Lok Sabha. This time he has lost from the fold of Madhya Pradesh. In the last Lok Sabha, he was the deputy leader of the Congress.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who represented Assam in 28 years in the Rajya Sabha, has been terminated a few days ago. That's why he will not even be seen in Parliament. Apart from this, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda will not even be seen in the Lok Sabha. This time, he had contested from Torkur Lok Sabha seat in Karnataka, but lost from BJP's GS Basavaraju from there.
Senior BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Sushma Swaraj, and Uma Bharati did not contest the Lok Sabha elections this time. In this case, these great leaders will not even be seen in the Lok Sabha. Apart from this, all the leaders of different parties will not be seen in Parliament this time. Most of these opposition parties are Congress, Samajwadi Party, Trinamool Congress leader, who could not reach the temple of democracy this time because of not winning public confidence in elections. At the same time, despite Modi's tsunami, many BJP leaders have not been able to get a place to sit in the benches of the ruling party this time.