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Government may convene all-party meet on Dec 10

Government may convene all-party meet on Dec 10

New Delhi: The government is likely to convene an all-party meeting on December 10 to discuss the agenda for the winter session of Parliament beginning December 11, sources said on Wednesday.

The government is expected to push its legislative agenda that includes replacement of three ordinances with bills at the meeting to be called by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.

The three ordinances are the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Ordinance, Companies (Amendment) Ordinance and the Ordinance banning and punishing triple talaq.

A meeting is also expected to be convened on December 11 by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to seek cooperation of all political parties in smooth running of the House.

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