CCPA recommends Budget Session of Parliament from 29 Jan, finance ministry to present Union Budget on 1 Feb
According to the CCPA's recommendation, while Part 1 of the Budget session would be held from 29 January to 15 February, Part 2 would be from 8 March to 8 April
The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) has recommended that the Budget session of Parliament commence from January 29 and conclude on April 8.
According to the committee's recommendation, while Part 1 of the Budget session would be held from 29 January to 15 February, Part 2 would be from 8 March to 8 April
President Ram Nath Kovind would address the joint sitting of the two Houses of Parliament on 29 January, a Friday, and the Union Budget would be presented on 1 February, sources said citing the CCPA recommendations.
All COVID-related protocols would be followed during the session, the sources said.
The final decision on the commencement of the session will be taken by the Union Cabinet of Ministers.
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