The first session of the 17th Lok Sabha is set to begin from Monday (June 17) and the Congress is yet to take a decision on who it will appoint as its leader in the Lok Sabha.
The issue still pending with the top leadership.
Moreover, the opposition also seems to be in a disarray as far as floor coordination is concerned with no meeting held to discuss the strategy to corner the government on key issues.
There is also no official word on when such a meeting of the opposition parties could be held.
A Congress leader had earlier said that as most opposition parties are yet to decide upon their leader in the Lok Sabha, hence such a meeting is yet to be held as the meeting could be held only after the party leader is finalised.
It may be mentioned here that in the 16th Lok Sabha, senior party leader Mallikarjun Kharge led the Congress in the House. He lost the Lok Sabha polls from Karnataka this time.