14th session of 11th parliament postponed after it started on September 1
The 14th session of 11th parliament was postponed this afternoon after a total of seventh sittings as the brief session started on September 1 maintaining health guidelines amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury read out the prorogation order of President M Abdul Hamid.
Leader of the House and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina delivered her winding up speech at the closing session. Deputy leader of the opposition GM Quader also gave his concluding speech at the session.
A total of nine bills were placed in this session. Along with the legal procedure, a total of 32 important notices under section 71 of the rules of procedure were received.
Before concluding the session, Bangabandhu's address on the occasion of the International Mothers Language Day on February 21 in 1971 was also displayed and broadcast at the parliament session room recalling the struggle of Bangabandhu for the freedom of the Bangalee nation.
Before reading out the prorogation order, the Speaker thanked all the MPs of treasury and opposition benches.