Kashmiri Pandits, New Parliament, Jobs… Know what the government told the country from Parliament

In the monsoon session of Parliament, the government has put forth many such information, about which it has been frequently questioned. There are many answers given by the government, which you hardly even know about. How much work has been completed for the new Parliament being built under Central Vista? How many
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Kashmiri Pandits, New Parliament, Jobs… Know what the government told the country from Parliament


In the monsoon session of Parliament, the government has put forth many such information, about which it has been frequently questioned. There are many answers given by the government, which you hardly even know about. How much work has been completed for the new Parliament being built under Central Vista? How many Kashmiri Pandits are there in the Valley now? There are some questions, which were answered by the government during Question Hour in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Know what the government has told the country from the Parliament…

How much work was completed for the new parliament?
There was a lot of controversy in the beginning over the new Parliament of the country to be built under the Central Vista Project. The opposition kept raising questions on this plan but its construction work is going on. But do you know how far the construction work of the new Parliament of India has reached. The answer was given by the Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs Kaushal Kishor in the Monsoon Session of Parliament. Kaushal Kishor said that the construction of the new Parliament House has been completed up to 70 percent. In response to a question from a BJP MP, he told DAN that the Parliament House would be completed by November 2002 and 3 general Central Secretariat buildings by November 2023. The work on the Vice President’s Enclave is 24 per cent complete which is expected to be completed by January 2023.

How many people will the central government give jobs in 18 months?
Ever since the Modi government at the Center took over, there is an issue on which the opposition gets a chance to dominate. That is unemployment. Congress is also protesting nationwide on Friday i.e. today on the issue of inflation and unemployment. In this episode, on Thursday, Union Minister Jitendra Singh told in the Rajya Sabha that the Modi government is going to provide 10 lakh jobs in the next 18 months. With the help of this 9.8 lakh vacancies will be recruited. Giving information about the vacant posts for IAS and IPS, the Union Minister said that more than 2000 posts are vacant in IAS and IPS. In this, 1472 posts are vacant in IAS and 864 in IPS.

How many Kashmiri Pandits migrated after the abrogation of 370?
After the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the biggest question is asked about the security and number of Kashmiri Pandits. This question deepened further when Kashmiri Pandits started becoming victims of target killings by terrorists in the days of defeat. In a written reply to the Monsoon Session of Parliament, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said that as per records, no Kashmiri Pandit has migrated from the Valley during this period. Under the Prime Minister Development Package, 5502 Kashmiri Pandits have been given jobs in various departments of the Government of Jammu and Kashmir.

What was the reply of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on rising inflation?
The opposition has been mobilizing since the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament on inflation and unemployment. There were demonstrations from Parliament to the road and today the Congress is also on the streets regarding the same issue. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who could not initially be a part of the proceedings of the House due to Corona infection, later answered every question of the opposition. India is today the fastest growing economy despite the Covid pandemic, Russia-Ukraine war and supply chain disruptions, Nirmala Sitharaman said on Monday, dismissing the possibility of the country going into recession. Sitharaman said that the condition of the country is better than many other countries due to several steps taken by the government and the Reserve Bank of India. Responding to a remark by Congress member Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, he said that there is no question of India going into recession, while many economies of the world are on the verge of recession. Sitharaman said that despite the global pandemic, Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain impasse and continuous lockdown in China, India’s position is better than many countries of the world. He said that even in such a situation, inflation in India has been kept at 7 per cent or below. Sitharaman said that the government is trying to bring down the level of inflation below 7 percent.