The budget session of Parliament begins today with the President’s speech. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget for the financial year 2023-24 tomorrow. BBC The opposition parties raised a storm in this meeting by raising various issues including the documentary issue and the business magnate Adani issue.
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The budget session of Parliament begins today. As it is the first session of this year, the joint session of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will be held in the Parliament Central Hall. President Drarubathi Murmu will deliver a speech.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the economic report after the President’s speech.
Following this, Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget in the Lok Sabha at 11:00 am tomorrow. Following this, the budget will also be presented in the Rajya Sabha.
This is Nirmala Sitharaman’s fifth budget in a row. As the Lok Sabha elections are going to be held early next year, this is the current T.J. It will also be the last complete budget of the coalition government. Like the last few years, this budget will also be presented as a paperless budget. Budget details can be fully known through a special app developed for this purpose. Zero Time There will be no Question Time for the first two days of the Budget Session. Feb. A debate will be held on the resolution of thanks to the President’s speech from the 2nd. At the end of this, PM Modi will answer in both houses.
This budget session will be held in two parts. First session on Feb. 13 will be held. The next session starts on March 13 and ends on April. It will be held till 6.
As it is a complete budget before the Lok Sabha elections, it is likely that there will be no new tax provisions.
There is also an expectation that the income tax exemption ceiling for monthly wage earners will be increased to satisfy the middle class families.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has already said that the budget session will be held in the old building as the construction work of the new Parliament is not complete.
A report by an American-based research firm related to business magnate Adani’s companies and the tension on the Chinese border BBC. It has been reported that the opposition parties are planning to stir up a storm in this session by focusing on the documentary issue.
All party meeting
Yesterday, the central government had called for an all-party consultation meeting regarding the smooth conduct of the budget session. Parli., committee leaders of all parties participated in this. After the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prakalat Joshi said:
A request was made on behalf of the government to all the party leaders to cooperate in conducting the meeting smoothly without any kind of violence. The government also assured that they are ready to discuss any matter under the law.
He said this. Leaders of Aam Aadmi Party, Rashtriya Janata Dal, DMK, and Left parties, who participated in the meeting, demanded to be allowed to hold a discussion on industrial tycoon Adani issue in this series of meetings.
The YSR Congress, the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh, has demanded that it be allowed to discuss a caste-based census and pass a bill on reservation for women.
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