Just a day before the budget session of Parliament, the Center has called an all-party meeting. In which all the parties will be appealed to cooperate for the smooth running of the house during the budget session.
All party meeting before budget session: The central government has called an all-party meeting on January 30 before the budget session of Parliament. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi has called upon leaders of all parties to attend the meeting. He has expressed hope to the opposition that during this meeting all the issues which they are going to raise during the budget session should be mentioned.
The all-party meeting before the budget session is a customary meeting as per the parliamentary tradition. In which leaders of all parties are included. The budget session of Parliament is scheduled to begin on January 31. Just before this, on January 30, an all-party meeting is going to be held in the Parliament Annexe building in the afternoon. In which the center will appeal for cooperation from all the parties to run the house smoothly during the budget session.
Giving information about the timing of the all-party meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said that this important meeting is held before the beginning of the budget session. In which all the opposition parties are also expected to mention the issues they want to raise during the session. Let us tell you that there will be a separate meeting of the NDA floor leaders on the afternoon of January 30 to chalk out a strategy for floor cooperation in the House.
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The parliamentary budget session will be in two parts. The first part of the budget session will begin on January 31 and continue till February 13. In this, there will be a debate on the ‘motion of thanks’ on the President’s address in both houses, which will end with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reply. While the second part will start from March 13 and will run till April 6. The budget session will begin with the address of President Draupadi Murmu in the joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament. The Economic Survey will be presented after the President’s address. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget on 1 February. The Union Budget 2023-24 may be the last full budget before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
All party meeting before parliamentary budget session on 30 January
Story first published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 20:32 [IST]