Second phase of budget session from today, there may be cuts in the session in view of elections

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The second phase of the budget session is starting in Parliament today. Assembly elections are going to be held in four states and one union territory. Looking at the elections, there may be a cut in the budget session.

The second phase of the budget session is starting in Parliament today. Assembly elections are going to be held in four states and one union territory. Looking at the elections, there may be a cut in the budget session. Let me tell you that the leaders of different parties agree on this idea. Sources gave this information on Sunday. Sources said that it has not been decided yet how many days will be cut in the session, but there are suggestions that there should be a cut of about two weeks. He said that the final decision can be taken at a meeting of the leaders of the House on Monday.

According to media reports, meanwhile, the Lok Sabha Secretariat has arranged for the vaccination of MPs inside the Parliament complex. He said that after the vaccination campaign, the two houses could meet together from 11 am. Presently due to Covid-19 Pandemic, the Parliament meets in two sessions – the Rajya Sabha meets in the morning and the Lok Sabha in the evening. The second phase of the budget session is scheduled from March 8 to April 8.

Let us tell you that the second phase of the budget session of Parliament is starting from today. In the second phase of the session, the focus of the government will be mainly on passing the Finance Bill and several supplementary demands for grants for the financial year 2021-22. Apart from these mandatory agendas, the government has listed several Bills to be passed in this session. The season will conclude on April 8.

Bills the government has listed include the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (Amendment) Bill, National Funding Infrastructure and Development Bank Bill, Electricity (Amendment) Bill, Crypto Currency and Official Digital Currency Regulation Bill.

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