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MPs to physically attend Monsoon Session, both Houses to function from respective chambers: Sources

IndiaTimes Saturday, 11 July 2020
Secretary generals of both Houses of Parliament were asked on Saturday to make necessary arrangements for the upcoming Monsoon Session, which is likely to be physically attended by members while following social distancing norms, sources said.It was conveyed to the top officials of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha that both the Houses are expected to function from their respective chambers, they said.
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