New Delhi: The central government has called an all-party meeting before the budget session of Parliament. This meeting will be held in the Parliament House complex. News agency ANI has given this information. This type of meeting has been held before every session of the Parliament. It may be known that the report of the Economic Survey is also to be presented on January 31. Earlier, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi had said that the budget session of Parliament would begin on January 31 and would continue till April 6. He told that during this period there will be 27 meetings in 66 days.
27 meetings will be held in 66 days
Union Minister Prahlad Joshi had told that the budget session of Parliament 2023, starting from January 31, will continue till April 6, in which 27 sittings will be held in 66 days with a general holiday. During Amrit Kaal, discussion on motion of thanks on President’s address, Union Budget and other items is awaited. He had said that there would be a holiday from February 14 to March 12 during the session. So that the Department related Parliamentary Standing Committees can examine the Demands for Grants and prepare reports related to their Ministries/Departments.
The winter session was marred by uproar
It may be known that the winter session of the Parliament was marred by an uproar. 17 opposition parties had walked out in the Rajya Sabha over the Tawang issue. Leader of Opposition and National President of Congress Mallikarjun Kharge had also called a meeting of opposition parties on this matter. Along with this, there was a lot of uproar in Parliament over Kharge’s controversial statement on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This was the reason that the winter session of the Parliament was terminated prematurely.