Talking to reporters after an all-party meeting called by her on the session eve, Ms Mahajan said that all the participants in the meeting had assured that the session will proceed without any disruption.
Congress strategists say the government has still to answer why its ties with the neighbours have slumped when the Prime Minister was so focused on foreign policy.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday issued notice to states directing that no bouquet should be presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his tours within the nation.
He, however, said "high level of dignity" has been maintained by both sides during the campaign and there was no ill will and foul language was not used. "There are other issues also which will come up", he added.
He also thanked everyone for the implementation of the GST, calling it a "shining example of co-operative federalism".
The prime minister also noted that during the monsoon session the nation will get an opportunity to elect its new President and vice president.
On July 14 and July 15, the government briefed leaders of Opposition parties about the month-old stand-off with China and the situation in Kashmir in the aftermath of the killing of the seven Amarnath pilgrims.
He alleged that some political parties were portraying cow protection as a communal issue to gain political mileage, which is detrimental to the country's secular fibre.
Observing that differences with China over Kashmir was a new focal point, the Congress today said it would seek a debate in Parliament on the issue, while asserting that the party stood with the government on matters of territorial integrity and national security.
Besides these, he said, the Congress will also raise issues pertaining to farmers' distress and Mandsaur police firing in both houses of the Parliament. CPM leader Sitaram Yechury raised the issue of lynching in various parts of the county.
However, no one from the JD (U) or the Trinamool Congress was present.