New Delhi: State of unrest at the Jawahar lal Nehru University and uproar over the suicide Hyderbad University student Rohith Vemula are likely to dominate Parliament on Wednesday.
Apart from these, Pathankot attack and relations with Pakistan are likely to be discussed today.
Motion of thanks on the President's address will be moved and the Election Laws amendment bill will be introduced in the lower house of Parlliament today.
In Rajya Sabha, the National Waterways Bill, the Carriage by Air (Amendment) Bill, the Bureau of Indian Standards Bill is scheduled to come up for discussion and passage.
Meanwhile, the government has agreed to discuss all the issues.
“As far as Government is concerned, we're ready to discuss all issues, whether it’s JNU, Hyderabad University, Pathankot or Jat Reservation,” Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu told the media.
“Government is serious about a fruitful Budget Session. All parties have promised that they will help Parliament to function,” he added.