Today's latest news, 27 June 2024: President Draupadi Murmu will address both the houses of Parliament, know the big news of the day

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi : President Draupadi Murmu will address the joint session of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on Thursday. In this, she can put forward the priorities of the newly elected government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This will be Murmu's first address in the joint session of Parliament after the formation of the 18th Lok Sabha. The weather has changed in Delhi-NCR. After the rain in the morning, a drop in mercury has been recorded.

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At the same time, Youth Congress will gherao the Parliament in Delhi today in the NEET paper leak case. Apart from this, Congress has once again appointed Sam Pitroda as the Chairman of Overseas Congress. In such a situation, there may be an uproar in the Parliament on this issue. From the sports field, the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup of cricket will be played between India and England in Guyana. Let us know about the big news of the day.

The President will be welcomed at the Parliament House

The first session of the new Lok Sabha began last Monday. The 264th session of the Rajya Sabha will begin on June 27. Murmu will arrive at the Parliament House from the Rashtrapati Bhavan accompanied by mounted security personnel. Prime Minister Modi and the presiding officers of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will welcome her at the Gaj Dwar of the Parliament House. From here she will be taken to the chamber of the lower house led by the traditional scepter 'Sengol'.

According to Article 87 of the Constitution, the President is required to address a joint session of Parliament at the beginning of the session after every Lok Sabha election. The President also addresses a joint sitting of both Houses at the first session of Parliament every year. After Murmu's address, the ruling party will move a motion of thanks in both Houses of Parliament which will be discussed by members.

The weather has changed in Delhi-NCR

Thursday morning was a relief for the people of Delhi-NCR who were troubled by the scorching heat and humidity. Heavy rain started in Delhi as well as Noida and Ghaziabad since morning. The weather became quite cold after the rain. Due to the rain, people had to face trouble in reaching the office.

According to the IMD's seven-day forecast, the rainy season may continue in Delhi till July 1. The Meteorological Department said that the maximum temperature in Delhi is likely to be around 39 degrees Celsius. It said that monsoon may knock in Delhi by the end of this month.

Parliament is surrounded in NEET paper leak case

Congress's aggressive stance on the NEET paper leak case continues. In this sequence, Youth Congress will surround the Parliament today. For this, Congress workers from all over the country have been appealed to reach Delhi. Earlier, JNU Students Union along with other organizations protested at Jantar Mantar on Wednesday against the alleged irregularities in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)-Graduate. During this, more than a dozen students were detained.

There may be uproar over the reinstatement of Sam Pitroda

Sam Pitroda has once again been appointed as the President of the Indian Overseas Congress. There may be an uproar in the Parliament session regarding this matter. Sam Pitroda resigned from the post of President of the Indian Overseas Congress after his controversial statements. Pitroda's statement given during the elections had created problems for the Congress. On Wednesday, the BJP targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi by sharing a video of his interview during the Lok Sabha election campaign. In this, he had said that the Congress will reinstate Pitroda to the post after a few days.

T20 World Cup: India eyes on the final

England and India will face each other on Thursday in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup. India will be looking to avenge their defeat to defending champions England in the 2022 semi-final. With aggressive batting, India has not lost any match in this World Cup so far. At the same time, South Africa has reached the final of the World Cup. South Africa defeated Afghanistan by 9 wickets. Batting first, Afghanistan were all out for 56 runs.

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