Budget Session 2023: The Parliament’s budget session will begin on January 31 and will end on April 6 with 27 sittings in 66 days, including the public holiday. The holiday will be observed from February 14 to March 12, according to Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi.
Prahlad Joshi announced on Twitter that the Budget Session of Parliament, 2023, will begin on January 31 and end on April 6 with 27 sittings in 66 days, including the public vacation. During the Amrit Kaal, I look forward to discussing the Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address, the Union Budget, and other topics.
Budget Session, 2023 of Parliament will commence from 31 January and continue till 6 April with 27 sittings spread over 66 days with usual recess. Amid Amrit Kaal looking forward to discussions on Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address, Union Budget & other items. pic.twitter.com/IEFjW2EUv0
— Pralhad Joshi (@JoshiPralhad) January 13, 2023
There will be a holiday from the 14th of February to the 12th of March during the Budget Session 2023 so that the Department Pertaining Parliamentary Standing Committees can study the Demands for Grants and write reports related to their Ministries/Departments.
Prime Minister to meet with economists today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet with economists at NITI Aayog today to discuss the 2019 Union Budget. According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would meet with economists at NITI Aayog on Friday.
According to the report, during the meeting, the Prime Minister will solicit economists’ opinions and proposals, as well as assess the state of the Indian economy and its issues ahead of the Union Budget. According to government sources, the budget session of Parliament will likely begin on January 31 and expire on April 6.
Budget session will begin with President Draupadi Murmu’s remarks
The session (Union Budget) will begin with President Draupadi Murmu’s address to the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha combined sitting in Parliament’s Central Hall. This will be President Murmu’s first speech to both Houses of Parliament since taking office in July of last year.
According to sources, the Economic Survey will be tabled in both chambers on the opening day of the budget session. According to sources, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is set to introduce the Union Budget in Parliament on February 1, with the first portion of the session lasting till February 10.
Session’s second half will begin on March 6
He stated that, following a hiatus in which the Standing Committees analyse the Demands for Grants of various ministries, the second phase of the budget session will most likely begin on March 6 and end on April 6.
During the first part of the budget session, there is a detailed discussion on the motion of thanks to the President’s address in both Houses, followed by a discussion on the Union Budget, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will respond to the debate on the motion of thanks to the President’s address, while the Finance Minister will present the Union Budget. The ministers will also respond to the debate on the Union Budget.
The demand for grants from several ministries will be discussed prominently during the second part of the budget session, in addition to the government’s legislative agenda. During this part of the session, the Union Budget, often known as a Money Bill, is passed.