Budget 2021 Session: The budget session of Parliament is going to start from 29 January. The corona test of all MPs and Parliament staff will be done from today before the session. MPs will also be able to conduct tests outside. The General Budget for the financial year 2021-22 will be presented in the Parliament on February 1 during the session.
New Delhi: The budget session of Parliament is going to start from 29 January. Before the budget session, all MPs, Parliament staff and other people who will go to the Parliament premises will be RT-PCR tested from today. Tests will be held today and tomorrow i.e. on 28 January. MPs will also be able to conduct tests outside.
It is worth noting that during the Budget Session starting from 29 January, the General Budget for the financial year 2021-22 will be presented in Parliament on 1 February. The budget session running in two parts will run till 8 April. The first phase of the budget session will start from 29 January and will run till 15 February while the second part will run from 8 March to 8 April.
President will address on 29 January
President Ram Nath Kovind will address a joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on January 29 at 11 am. The Union Budget will be presented on February 1 at 11 am.
The first phase of the session will be postponed to February 15 to facilitate the standing committee of Parliament to consider the demands of grants from various ministries / departments and the second phase of the meeting will begin from March 8.
All the guidelines related to Kovid-19 will be followed during the budget session of Parliament. The proceedings of Rajya Sabha will run from 9 am to 2 pm while the proceedings of Lok Sabha will run from 4 pm to 8 pm.
Question Hour and Zero Hour will also be there
This time during the budget session in the Lok Sabha, there will also be Question Hour and Zero Hour. The MPs will also be provided with a digital copy of the budget summary and economic survey. It may be known that during the last monsoon session of Parliament, the system of question hour was removed.
There will be a total of 12 sittings of the house during the first phase of the budget session. At the same time, there will be 21 sittings of the house in the second phase.
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