The economic crisis will be the big issue after Parliament reconvenes on Friday even as the session is expected to be a short one.
The session is also expected to be stormy with the United Progressive Alliance Government facing fire from the Opposition on many other issues.
With General Elections next year and five states going to polls starting November 14, there are many issues like the global financial crisis and its impact on the Indian economy, terror attacks, communal riots, price
rise and the Indo-US nuclear deal, which the Opposition will try to raise.
It could also be the last session under the leadership of Manmohan Singh.
But with elections for Assemblies of Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Mizoram already announced, there are many who feel that there is no point of continuing with a month-long session.
So it might well be cut short by at least 10 days to allow leaders to campaign aggressively in a poll that is already been billed as mini General Election.
“Whenever we need to have something, we will discuss it. There is no hard and fast position on that because political exigencies can definitely come,” Parliamentary Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi said.
An estimated Rs 25000 are spent per minute on Parliament’s activity.
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