The Budget Session of Parliament is only getting stormier as the BJP asked all its membersto be present in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha till Friday, as various political issues are expected to be raised.
On Monday, the Congress raked up the “unconstitutional” imposition of President’s Rule in Uttarakhand, despite the Governor’s order for a floor test.

The Shiv Sena questioned the government on its action against Vijay Mallya, while the CPI brought up the repeated attacks on JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar. The Samajwadi Party, along with others, slammed the AAP government’s Odd-Even policy, citing its inconvenience for MPs. The severe drought conditions across the country were also discussed.
The BJPis expected to bring up the VVIP Chopper scandal in both houses of Parliament on Tuesday after an Italian court alleged the UPA government on purpose did not disclose all information to Italian prosecutors and “disregarded facts” in the case.

The court said it was “validly proven” that Indian officials syphoned off a part of the $10-15 million deal amount. The 225-page judgement also pulls up former IAF chief SP Tyagi for being involved in the scam.
Separately, the Rajya Sabha ethics committee unanimously decided to expel Vijay Mallya from the House, a month before his term ends.

Mallya has been given a week to explain his conduct regarding defaulting loans issued to Kingfisher Airlines from a consortium of banks led by the State Bank of India worth over Rs 9,000 crore.

His diplomatic passport has already been revoked by the ministry of external affairs. The liquor baron, who was re-elected for a second term in 2002, is set to retire on June 30.
This Session is vital for the BJP, as it intends to pass the controversial Goods and Services Tax Bill and the Bankruptcy Bill.

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