The Union Budget will be presented on February 1
The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) has recommended for the budget session from January 29. Therefore, the budget session of Parliament will start from January 29. This budget session will be in two parts.
The first part will run from January 29 to February 15 and the second part will be from March 8 to April 8. So, the Union Budget will be presented on February 1. On January 29, President Ramnath Kovind will address both the Houses of Parliament. All rules relating to Corona will be followed during this convention.
The winter session of Parliament was not held this year in the wake of the Corona epidemic. The government had said no winter session would be held this year in view of the growing contagion of corona. This decision of the central government was strongly criticized by the opposition. Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign.
Congress leader Adhiranjan Chaudhary had demanded that a winter session of Parliament be convened to discuss the controversial agricultural laws. Currently, there is a strong agitation on the Delhi border over these agricultural laws. Adhiranjan Chaudhary had said that some amendments were needed in these agricultural laws.
The rainy season, which began on September 14 during the Corona crisis, ended eight days earlier. The rainy season was wrapped up on September 24. Eight MPs were suspended for the session due to confusion over the Agriculture Act. Opposition parties, including the Congress, had called for agitation over the agriculture law. Notably, record-breaking work was accomplished in less than a day.