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Lok Sabha scheduled to hold discussion on Covid-19 pandemic on Friday

A discussion on the Covid-19 pandemic has been listed in the business schedule of Lok Sabha for Friday

Lok Sabha | Coronavirus | Monsoon session of Parliament

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Lok Sabha, parliament
A view of Lok Sabha during the Monsoon Session of Parliament. (LSTV/PTI Photo)

A discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic has been listed in the business schedule of for Friday.

According to the revised order paper for Friday, N K Premchandran and Vinayak Raut will "raise a discussion on the situation arising out of COVID-19 pandemic in the country and various aspects related to it."

Rajya Sabha held a discussion on the pandemic in the beginning of the Monsoon session. The government put up a staunch defence of its handling of the pandemic in the Upper House of Parliament.

has witnessed daily disruptions by opposition members over the Pegasus row and farmers' issues.

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First Published: Fri, July 30 2021. 01:47 IST