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Budget Session-2023: Before the session, the government called an all-party meeting, there will be discussion on the functioning of the Parliament, everyone’s eye on the last budget before the elections


The central government has called an all-party meeting on Monday.
This all-party meeting will be held in the Parliament House premises at 12 noon.
The government will seek cooperation from all parties for the smooth functioning of the Parliament during the budget session.

New Delhi. The central government has called an all-party meeting on Monday before the budget session of Parliament starting on Tuesday. This meeting will be held at 12 noon in the Parliament House complex. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, Union ministers and floor leaders of parties in both houses of Parliament will participate in it. In the all-party meeting, the government will seek cooperation from all political parties to ensure smooth functioning of both the Houses of Parliament during the budget session.

The budget session of the Parliament will start from January 31. The budget session will begin at 11 am in the Central Hall with the address of President Draupadi Murmu in the joint sitting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The Economic Survey will also be presented in both the houses on the first day of the budget session. The Union Budget will be presented on 1 February. Opposition parties are expected to raise their issues of concern during this all-party meeting and to take up with the government the issues to be raised during the budget session. After this, in the afternoon the meeting of floor leaders of NDA will also be held for the strategy of cooperation in the House.

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This budget session will be in two parts. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Union Budget on 1 February. This Union Budget could be the last full budget before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The budget session will run till April 6 this year and there will be 27 sittings in 66 days. The first phase of the budget session will continue till February 13. There will be a holiday from February 14 to March 12, so that the respective parliamentary standing committees of the departments can examine the demands for grants and prepare reports related to their ministries and departments. The second part of the budget session will start from March 13 and will continue till April 6.

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