ALSO READNortheast win gives Modi-Shah push for Lok Sabha fight, Congress-mukt India Northeast Assembly election results 2018: BJP read the tea leaves right Meghalaya saves Congress the blushes, may spell trouble for BJP in Manipur 4 more state elections in 2018: How it willl change the political equations Maharashtra caste conflict: A sociopolitical cocktail ahead of elections
Wait for PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan on Thursday to launch the National Nutrition Mission (NNM) and expand the ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ campaign. He may also distribute ‘Nari Shakti’ awards during the visit. The assembly elections are due in Rajasthan later this year.
New governments in Meghalaya, Tripura and Nagaland will be likely sworn in this week, after assembly elections earlier. The three states represent new political frontiers. The results of assembly elections, especially Meghalaya that elected a hung Assembly, could cause an upset in the neighbouring states like Manipur. This
needs to be monitored.
On Monday, Parliament will reconvene for the second part of the Budget session, which will continue till April 6. A detailed discussion on the Budget 2018-19 will feature in this part of the session. The role of the BJP’s alliance partners, especially Telugu Desam Party, will have to be watched in Parliament as they had expressed disappointment with the government during the first leg of the Budget session and after. The upcoming Karnataka assembly election will also cast a shadow over the rest of the session.
The Budget session of the Maharashtra assembly will start on March 9 and the Budget will be tabled on March 18, parliamentary affairs minister Girish Bapat said. A meeting of the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of the legislature finalised the agenda of the session.