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35 bills not yet passed in Parliament, 26 bills stuck in Rajya Sabha, budget session will start from today

New Delhi. The budget session is going to start in the Parliament from today, for which the government is fully prepared. An all-party meeting was called on Monday and a meeting was also held with leaders of different political parties so that the entire session could run peacefully. The government can pass many bills in this session. In this episode, according to government records, currently 26 bills are pending for passage in the Rajya Sabha and a total of 9 bills in the Lok Sabha.

Union budget will be discussed in the first part of the budget session
However, there is no hope of passing these bills in the first part of the budget session. Because the first part of the session will be completely focused on the discussion on the ‘Reply to Motion of Thanks to the President’s Address’, which will be followed by the discussion on the Union Budget. Of the 26 Bills pending in the Rajya Sabha, three Bills have already been passed by the Lok Sabha, including the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, and two other Bills.

Many Bills not referred to Standing Committee
Bills that have not been sent for any parliamentary scrutiny and are pending passage include the Tamil Nadu Legislative Council (Repeal) Bill, 2012, the Readjustment of Representation of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies ( Third) Bill is included. The Repealing and Amendent Bill, 2022 is included in the list of nine bills pending in the Lok Sabha. Two Bills were referred to the Standing Committee and whose reports are still pending include the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022.

Committees on three bills have sent reports to Parliament
Three Bills are also listed, on which reports have been given to the Parliament by the Standing Committees. They include the DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill, 2019, the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens (Amendment) Bill, 2019 and the Competition (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which have already received reports from standing committees. The budget session will begin on January 31 with an address by the President of India to a joint sitting of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the Central Hall of Parliament.

Union budget will be presented on February 1
The Economic Survey will also be presented in both the Houses on the first day of the session. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget in the Lok Sabha on February 1. Later the budget will be presented in the Rajya Sabha. From Thursday, there will be a discussion on the ‘motion of thanks on the President’s address’ in both the Houses, after which PM Narendra Modi will reply in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. This part of the budget session will run till February 13. The second part of the budget session will begin after the recess on March 13 and will continue till April 6.

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