A united Opposition will try to corner the government over issues like mob lynching and cow vigilantism, Kashmir situation and the Doklam border standoff with China.
The Lok Sabha was adjourned without transacting any business on Tuesday due to the Opposition parties' noisy protests over woes of farmers and lynching of people in the name of protection of cows.
Both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were adjourned on the first day of the monsoon session, which coincided with the Presidential polls, just after the obituary references were read and the oath was administered to the new ministers.
It is slated to conclude on August 11.
The Lok Sabha witnessed an uproar as several MPs of the Opposition parties like the Congress, Trinamool Congress, Rashtriya Janata Dal and the CPM trooped into the Well of the House.
Azad on Sunday said the government "closed all doors for dialogue" on it which led to "political suffocation" in the Valley.
However, the opposition parties have made it clear that they plan to target the government over the China issue during the session. To that effect, the Opposition has filed various adjournment notices seeking debates and discussions on the topics. He also raised the issue of violence against Dalit community. JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav has accused the Modi government of failing to fulfil its promises to create jobs and said the opposition parties would raise the matter in Parliament.
"This monsoon session is very important in many ways as the country will elect its new President", Modi said after arriving at Parliament to cast his vote in the presidential poll.
A total of 18 Bills have been listed for passage in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha in the upcoming Monsoon session of Parliament, a research body, PRS Legislative Research said on Saturday.