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Today is the second day of the second phase of the budget session of Parliament. According to sources, today again the opposition may demand a JPC from the government in the Adani-Hindenburg case. Let us inform that the proceedings of the House have started on Monday, which was marred by uproar on the first day.
In both the Houses, the BJP demanded an apology for Rahul Gandhi’s statement made in London. On which Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said that the government is running away from the investigation on the Adani issue. We are not listened to, but we will not leave behind like Vikram Betal. The Leader of the Opposition came to the bail on the Adani issue and started creating ruckus over the demand of JPC. In view of the uproar, both the Houses were adjourned till 2 pm. Read the full news…
Rahul had said in Cambridge that mikes are switched off in the Parliament of India.
Rahul Gandhi was on a visit to London earlier this month. Here he said in Cambridge University that the mikes are switched off in the Parliament of India. The opposition cannot keep its voice. He said that no leader of the opposition can speak in any university. There is a direct attack on democracy in India. Read full news…
Before the session, 16 opposition parties met at the Congress President’s house.
A meeting of opposition parties was called by Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge before the commencement of the budget session. Sonia Gandhi also appeared in this meeting, while 16 parties participated in the meeting. After the meeting was over, the opposition leaders started protesting against the central government in front of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Parliament.
Before the start of the budget session, 16 opposition parties held a meeting at the Congress President’s house on Monday.
Congress protests across the country on the Adani-Hindenburg case
On the Adani-Hindenburg case, Congress demonstrated against the central government in different states of the country. State Congress committees of all the states including Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Orissa gheraoed the Raj Bhavan.
Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and industrialist Gautam Adani, Rajasthan Congress in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa compared them to the East India Company. Randhawa made many big allegations against PM Modi. Making a big allegation, he said that did Modi get the Pulwama incident done to contest elections? Read full news…
During the session in the Lok Sabha, the opposition members came inside the Well. After this the house was adjourned till 2 pm.
The session has started again after a month’s break.
This session has started after a month long vacation. The first phase of the session, which began on 31 January with the President’s address, continued till 13 February. In which 10 meetings (excluding holidays) have been held, in which 4 times the House had to adjourn the proceedings of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha due to uproar. Meanwhile, the memorandum of thanks on the President’s address and the Union Budget 2023-24 were discussed.
9 bills to be introduced in Lok Sabha, 26 in Rajya Sabha
According to the bulletin received from Lok Sabha-Rajya Sabha, there are a total of 35 bills pending in this session of Parliament. Of these, 9 bills are to be introduced in the Lok Sabha and 26 in the Rajya Sabha. However, the chances of the Bills being discussed and passed in the first phase of the session are slim. At the same time, many important bills can also be introduced.
The leaders of the opposition together interacted with the media after the adjournment of the session.
7 key things of the first phase of the budget session-
1. Budget session begins with the President’s address
The President had said that in 2 years, India has given more than 220 crore doses of vaccine. More than 260 medical colleges have been opened from 2014 to 2022.
The budget session began on 31 January with an address by President Draupadi Murmu to a joint sitting of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the Central Hall. President Murmu addressed the joint session of Parliament for the first time. In his speech which lasted for 1 hour and 2 minutes, he said that India has a government with strong will, which is working without fear. For this, the President cited surgical strike, strictness on terrorism, Article 370 and triple talaq. Click here to read the President’s full speech…
2. Finance Minister presented the budget 2023-24
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her fifth general budget in the Lok Sabha on 1 February. During this, he changed the slab after 8 years and announced tax exemption on income of 7 lakhs. This is Sitharaman’s 5th budget and the country’s 75th budget. He took less time this time than before. This time the speech was just 1 hour 27 minutes. Read the full news here…
3. Rahul’s question to the government in the Lok Sabha
Rahul had shown a picture in the Lok Sabha. Gautam Adani and Narendra Modi are seen in this.
Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday asked questions to the government and PM Modi on Gautam Adani and Hindenburg Report. Rahul said, “In 2014, Gautam Adani was at number 609 in the list of the world’s richest. In a few years, don’t know what magic happened, Adani came second in this list.” Congress MPs raised slogans on this, ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’. Click here to read Rahul’s full statement…
4. Kharge said in Rajya Sabha – Chairman started counting notes from the machine
During the budget session, there was a heated exchange between Congress and BJP MPs in the Rajya Sabha last Wednesday. There was laughter and laughter during the speech of Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge. Modi-Shah’s washing machine, Harishchandra was mentioned. When Kharge recited a lion, the Chairman also became a poet. Read full news..,
5. Modi said in the Lok Sabha – research is fixed on the destruction of Congress
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday replied to the President’s address in the Lok Sabha. In his 85-minute speech, he did not answer any question asked by Rahul Gandhi on Adani. Adani was not even mentioned in Modi’s entire speech. However, from the unity of the opposition to Rahul’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, the PM definitely kept taunting. Read full news…
6. Modi said in Rajya Sabha- I am speaking alone, he has to change people to raise slogans
Prime Minister Narendra Modi replied to the President’s address in the Rajya Sabha last Thursday. Even before the Prime Minister’s speech began, the opposition started raising slogans, which continued throughout his 90-minute speech. On this the PM said – The country is seeing that one single person is overshadowing many. People have to change even to speak slogans. Read the full news here…
7. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on the allegations of corruption: Congress should clean its mouth with Dettol
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman lashed out at the opposition in the Lok Sabha on Friday. Responding to the allegations of corruption at the Centre, he said that Congress leaders should wash their mouths with Dettol. During this, the Finance Minister also took a jibe at Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot for reading the wrong budget in the assembly. Read the full news here…
Also read the news of the budget presented in the Parliament in the first phase…
Budget of 2023 in 23 points: Income tax free up to 7 lakhs, no announcement of direct jobs; Stipend to 47 lakh youth
This is Nirmala Sitharaman’s fifth budget and Modi government’s tenth budget. Speech of one hour 27 minutes. It is a bit difficult for you to give so much time. So read the budget of 2023 in 23 points here. There are some statistics in these and some important policy decisions, which can have an impact on you. Read the full news…