Ministry Of Parliamentary Affairs (India)
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs (India)
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Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
It handles affairs relating to the
Parliament of India
, and works as a link between the two
("House of the People," the
) and the
("Council of States," the
). It was created in 1949 as a
but now is a full ministry.
The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs holds
rank as a member of the
Council of Ministers
. The current minister is
Pawan Kumar Bansal
. He is assisted by two
Ministers of State
(Rajya Sabha) and
Renders secretarial assistance to the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs.
Constitutes consultative committees of
members of Parliament
and makes arrangements for holding their meetings, both during and between
Pursues other ministries for prompt and proper implementation of assurances given by ministers in the Parliament.
Sets dates for summoning and prorogation of the two houses of Parliament:
of Lok Sabha,
Address to Parliament
Plans and coordinates legislative and other official business in both houses
Acts as liaison with
of various parties and groups represented in Parliament
Sets government's stand on private members'
Advises to ministries on procedural and other parliamentary matters
Organises of Youth Parliament Competitions in schools and colleges throughout......
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