The responsibility of organizing miscellaneous and important state Parliamentary work on behalf of the state Government in Assembly has been assigned to the State Parliamentary Affairs Department. This Department serves as an important link between the state Legislative and Executive Assembly in respect of Government business. Mr. Harshvardhan Patil, presiding as a minister for four consecutive terms in the Government of Maharashtra, is currently heading the post of the Co-operation and parliamentary affair minister. IBN Lokmat invites the minister of Co-operation and Parliamentary Affairs on the conclusion of assembly session. Call on 022-66899263 to ask your questions. Catch this live show on Thursday, 18th April 2013 at 8pm only on IBN-Lokmat.

Apart from organizing state parliamentary work, the department also provides back up services for the co-ordination of Legislative matters in planning state Government decision on significant issues. The department is equally accountable for pursuing other departmental ministries for prompt and proper implementation of the assigned work given by the other ministers in the Parliament.

The recent commotions caused by various ministers during the state parliament sessions are becoming a recurring issue. On the concluding note of the assembly session with the discussion on various corrective measures for efficient functioning of the department of parliamentary affair of Maharashtra, IBN Lokmat gives you a chance to speak directly to Mr. Harshwardhan Patil, on a live show. Be prepared with your queries. Tune into ‘Vichara Mantryanaon Thursday, 18th April 2013 at 8 pm only on IBN Lokmat.

Call in on 022-66899263 to speak to Harshwardhan Patil, Maharashtra’s Minister for Co-operation and parliamentary affairs.