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Parliament’s Budget Session To Begin As Schedules Amidst Covid Spike

As per the latest update, the CCPA-Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs has suggested the beginning of the Budget Session of Parliament on January 31, sources said on Friday.

President May Address The Joint Sitting On January 31

The Budget is to be introduced on February 1. The President is probably going to address the joint sitting on January 31 and that very day the financial study will be postponed in the House.

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The meeting will be led in two sections – – the initial segment will end on February 11 and after that, the House will continue again on March 14 after a break.

The meeting procedures will fall in the middle of the decisions in five states, and the warning for the primary period of surveys in Uttar Pradesh has been given by the EC.

Lok Sabha Speaker Reviewed Healthcare Security Amidst Covid Spike

The meeting will be led in the midst of the Covid convention. On Tuesday, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla reviewed the Parliament House Complex (PHC) to consider the healthcare security-related measures considering the new spike in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Birla visited the Covid-19 testing office set up in Parliament House Annexe for the Members of Parliament, officials, and staff of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Secretariats and assessed the arrangements there.

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The Rajya Sabha Chairman and the Lok Sabha Speaker coordinated the Secretaries-General of both the Houses to recommend measures for the protected direct of the forthcoming Budget Session.

“Both the Rajya Sabha executive and the Lok Sabha speaker have guided the secretary officers to audit sufficiency of the Covid convention followed during last the Winter Session in the current circumstance and present a proposition in such manner at the most punctual,” the sources said.

This comes amidst more than 700 Parliament staff tested positive for Covid 19.




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