As the government prepares to face the opposition over matters like the Pegasus espionage case and Chinese ‘infiltration’ into eastern Ladakh, the legislature’s budget session begins today in a frenzy. Both Houses of Parliament will meet in a joint session on January 31 for a budget session addressed by President Ram Nath Kovind. On the same day, Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Economic Survey for 2021-22. A Union Budget for the financial year 2022-23 will be presented by the Finance Minister on February 1.
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As part of social distancing norms regarding the COVID, the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will meet separately at different times in the first phase of the session. Zero Hour and Question Hour will not be conducted during the first two days of the budget session. During the Lok Sabha’s March session, it will be debating the President’s Address. The Prime Minister is likely to reply on February 7 to the discussion.
Lok Sabha Secretariat reports that the motion of thanks for the President’s Address will be discussed four days after the President’s address is delivered on February 2. Between January 31 and February 11, Parliament holds its first budget session. The budgetary allocation of various departments will be discussed after the break. Budget session phases two and three will begin on March 14 and end on April 8.
The President will deliver his address on January 31. Lok Sabha will present the general budget at 11 am on February 1. As of February 2, the Lok Sabha will meet from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Lok Sabha Secretariat has recently announced that both Houses’ chambers and galleries will be used for sitting members to attend the Lower House sitting.
Five states are holding elections at the same time as the budget session: Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Punjab, and Manipur. With the budget session around the corner, the main opposition Congress is circling around the government on issues such as the relief package for Corona families, inflation, unemployment, farm issues, and trade disputes with China.
Chinese aggression on the border, the ongoing standoff, inflation, unemployment, the economy, and the privatization of Air India and other state-owned companies will be among the topics to be discussed, according to the party. In order to ensure the smooth functioning of the Parliament, RS Chairman and Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Patel will meet on Monday. The Lok Sabha Secretariat has announced that the Business Advisory Committee will meet on Monday, January 31.
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