New Delhi: According to reports, the parliamentary budget session will begin on April 31 with a presidential address in both chambers and will continue until April 8.
The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs met yesterday. According to reports, these dates have been recommended and sent to the meeting.
The economic study will be tabled in Parliament on the same day as the budget session begins, with Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presenting the budget on February 1.
The budget session is to be held in two sessions. The first session will start on January 31st and end on February 11th. One month later, the 2nd session will be held from March 14 to April 8. The 2nd session will be held with a gap of one month as the 5th state elections will be held from February 10 to March 10.
After the results of the 5 state elections are released on March 10, the parties will start the next phase of the session with enthusiasm. Because of the corona spread, reports suggest that all MPs must be vaccinated and come with a RTPCR test and a negative certificate.
Crowds in Parliament will be less when the two previous sessions do not take place simultaneously but in separate shifts. But, at present the corona test certificate is required as the two have to walk together and follow the social exclusion and corona restrictions.