The budget session of Parliament will start from January 31, the Finance Minister will present the budget on February 1 - Newztezz Online

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The budget session of Parliament will start from January 31, the Finance Minister will present the budget on February 1

Budget Session: The budget session of the Parliament will be held in two phases. The first phase will run from 31 January to 10 February. At the same time, its second phase will run from 6 March to 6 April.

The budget session of the Parliament will start from January 31. The next day i.e. on February 1, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget. Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi announced this on Friday. During this, there will be a total of 27 meetings in 66 days. The session will begin with the joint session of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. During this , President Draupadi Murmu will address both the Houses. Actually, this will be his first address in both the Houses of Parliament.

Joshi tweeted, "The budget session of Parliament will begin on January 31 and will continue till April 6 with 27 sittings in 66 days including the general holiday." Looking forward to discussing the motion of thanks on the President's address, Union Budget and other items between Amrit Kaal. Let us tell you that the budget session of the Parliament will be held in two phases. The first phase will run from 31 January to 10 February. At the same time, its second phase will run from 6 March to 6 April.

People have high expectations from budget 2023

From this general budget, people are expected to change the rules ranging from job profession to children's education and from home loan to health insurance. In Budget 2023, the government can announce Production Linked Incentive i.e. PLI scheme for new areas. Apart from this, new announcements can be made to promote one district one product scheme. Its purpose will be to make export hub in India and create new jobs from it.

The Modi government can also remove the obstacles related to land acquisition in the budget. Apart from this, the government can also announce improvements in basic infrastructure and judicial reforms. The government has also set a target of spending 2.5 per cent of GDP on health by the year 2025. How much relief people can get in this budget 2023 of the government, it will be known only after the presentation of the budget. But people have high hopes from the Modi government.

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