The Monsoon session which started on ….ended today by grabbing 118 per cent productivity in Lok Sabha and 75 per cent in Rajya Sabha. The Monsoon session ends today and gifted 20 bills.

It had been noted that it was the most productive session after complete 18 years as it had concluded with twenty bills. The Lok Sabha passed 21 bills and Rajya Sabha passed 14 bills during the session. 21 bills in the Lok Sabha and one in the Rajya Sabha were introduced. All total 22 bills were passed by both the House of Parliament.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Vijay Goel stated it to be the most productive session as Lok Sabha holds 75% and Rajya Sabha constituted with 118 % per cent.

The monsoon session sought numbers of bill and issues. It had sessions on fugitives and on Rafale deal. Numbers of issues which includes triple talaq practice to NRC were focused. It had even seen the no-motion forwarded against the NDA govt and even the unacceptance of the forwarded motion. It even gave new deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha through election

It was observed that more than 27 hours were lost on issues such as unaccounted deposits by Indians in Switzerland, providing a special category for Andhra Pradesh, Final draft for National Register of Citizen in Assam, mob lynching in various parts of the country, Shelter home molestation cases and Rafale deal.

The Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha functioned for 68 and 84 per cent of their scheduled Question Hour time respectively. The highest number of bills were introduced by the Ministry of Law and Justice and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in the 16th  Lok Sabha.

It had been a short session with the approval of maximum numbers of the bill for the benefit and welfare of people. The new acts and bill would strengthen the administration system leading to the success of democracy.