: about to start again. The budget session of Parliament will begin on January 31. The Union Finance Minister will present the annual budget on February 1. First the President of India Draupadi Murmu will address both the Houses of Parliament in the Central Hall. This is considered to be a sign that the budget session has started. However, this time it is known that zero hour and question hour will not be held on the first two days of the budget session, i.e. January 31 and February 1. This was disclosed in the parliamentary bulletin released on Saturday. On February 1, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will introduce the Union Budget in the Lok Sabha. After that, the budget is introduced in the Rajya Sabha. ‘There will be no Question Hour or Zero Hour on January 31, when the President will address both the Houses of Parliament, and February 1, when the Budget will be presented,’ said the bulletin. It explained that any important issues will be discussed at zero hour on February 2. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will respond to the President’s speech on January 31 on February 2. After Modi spoke on this, there will be a discussion on the motion of thanks for the President’s speech. The first part of this budget session will continue till February 13. The second part of the budget session will be held from March 13 to April 6. In this second part, there will be a discussion on the budget allocations for various ministries. Modi led by Narendra Modi 2.O. This is the last full scale budget presented by the government. People have a lot of expectations on this budget. All sections are waiting with hope that many important decisions will be taken. Farmers and middle class people expect bounties to fall on them. We have to wait for any important decision to be taken on income tax as well. On the other hand, it is expected that there will be huge allocations for railways. Up to 500 new Vande Bharat trains are likely to be announced.
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