All eyes on Winter Session of Parl: Likely clash on cards over Ram Temple, raids on Vadra

(UNI) Stage is set for the month long winter session of Parliament beginning December 11, Tuesday. This is also being billed as the last full-fledged session under the Narendra Modi-led dispensation before next year’s general elections.

The session will continue till January 8 passing through Christmas and New Year’s eve festive season

amid indications that the BJP-led NDA would table several important draft legislations, including the high-voltage Triple Talaq Bill and the draft personal data protection Bill.

No clear indications have been given yet on how the ruling party proposes to deal with the much talked about Ram Temple issue at Ayodhya on the floor of both the Houses of Parliament.

BJP chief Amit Shah on Saturday told a function that “a grand Ram temple should be built immediately and without any delay”. At an event organised by the Dainik Jagran media group in the capital, he said Ram Temple has been a promise made in the party’s manifesto.

He also accused the Congress of trying to create hurdles in the path of temple construction and said there was no basis when Congress leader Kapil Sibal had petitioned the Supreme Court to postpone the hearing of the Ayodhya title suit till the 2019 polls were over.