Though there was no official communication from the government or Parliament, officials privy to the development told IANS "there will be 18 sittings and 14 September is the date when both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha would commence after a gap of six months".
The upcoming Monsoon Session will see Parliament assembling for the first time after the lockdown imposed across the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Budget Session had ended on March 23, and the maximum six-month gap between two sessions, as mandated by the Constitution, ends on September 22.
An official, requesting anonymity, said that Parliament is likely to run from 14 September to 1 October and the House proceedings would take place on Saturday and Sunday also.
There would be two Saturdays and Sundays between 14 September and 1 October.
As per the official, the Lok Sabha would function from 9:00am to 1:00pm while Rajya Sabha proceedings would take place between 3:00pm and 7:00pm.
Parliamentarians will not be allowed to return to their constituencies during the session unlike the previous years' trend when most of them used to leave the national capital on Friday and return on Monday.
The purpose is to avoid the spread of Covid-19 which has infected over 31 lakh people across the country so far and killed 58,390.
There are also proposals to install an ultraviolet irradiation system in the air-conditioning unit of the Rajya Sabha to kill germs and viruses.
Overall, the Monsoon Session is likely to be marked by several firsts and special measures, government sources said.
Four large (85 inches) display screens will be set up in the chambers and six smaller (40 inches) screens and audio consoles in the four galleries, as well as cables to transmit real-time audio-visual signals and communications consoles to enable members to participate in debates and discussions.
The government is learnt to have planned to clear 11 ordinances on priority amid the Opposition's attempt to keep it on the back-foot over the Galwan Valley incident in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed.
Most of these 11 ordinances will lapse if not passed in the upcoming session of Parliament as the Winter Session will be held only in December.
(This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.)
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