New Delhi: Some firework in expected in Parliament by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the CD row on Monday as the House reconvenes for the second part of the Budget session.
The government is planning to bring in three key finance sector reforms – the Pension Regulatory Bill, the Insurance Bill and the Banking Reforms Bill – in the current session.
The priority, however, will be to see that the Finance Bill is first cleared by the House.
Meanwhile, there are other areas where key legislations have been pending for a while. Many legislations of the Human Resources Development (HRD) ministry have been scuttled by Congress MPs. Also pending are Citizen Redressal and Companies bills.
The opposition, on the other hand, wants to raise its own issues including the Naxal violence, defence related scams and some of the key economic reforms. However, the opposition is willing to consider government’s proposals on economic reforms.
The other pending issue remains the Lokpal bill.