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PM Modi said before the budget session – this session is very important for India’s bright future

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The Parliament’s Budget session has started from today, in the midst of the Farmers’ Protest, which has been protesting against the new farm laws of the Center for more than two months. Earlier, on the first day of the budget session of Parliament on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoped that all the members will contribute towards the fulfillment of people’s aspirations through discussion, following all the limitations of democracy.

He said that the country expects all kinds of ideas to be presented in this session and best nectar should be generated from the best churn. Addressing reporters in the Parliament House complex on the first day of the budget session, the Prime Minister said that this is the first session of this decade and this decade is very important for India’s bright future.

He said, ‘This golden opportunity to prove the dreams of freedom lovers who dreamed fast, has now come to the country. There should be full use of this decade, so this session should have discussions keeping in mind the entire decade. ‘

The Prime Minister said, “During this time, all kinds of ideas are presented and the best nectar is obtained from the best brainstorm, this is the expectation of the country.” He hoped that the hope and expectation with which the people of the country elected their representatives in Parliament Sent, they will continue to make full use of this holy place.

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He said, “I am confident that the Parliamentarians will not lag behind in their contribution towards the fulfillment of people’s aspirations by following all the limitations of democracy.” .

He said that this was the first time in the history of the country that in 2020, the Finance Minister had to give 4-5 mini budgets as a separate package. He said, “In a way, the cycle of mini budget continued in 2020. So this budget will also be seen in a series of 4-5 mini budgets, I am sure. ‘

It is to be known that the budget session of Parliament starts from today. The session will begin with the address of President Ramnath Kovind. The Economic Survey will be presented today on the first day of the budget session.

PM Modi said this

Prior to the budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told reporters, ‘The first session of this decade is starting today, this decade is very important for India’s bright future. The golden opportunity to prove the dreams of the freedom fighters has now come to the country. He said, ‘I believe that the hope and expectation with which the country has sent us to the Parliament, we will make full use of this holy place of Parliament and follow all the limits of democracy and contribute for the fulfillment of people’s aspirations. I will not stay back. ‘

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi further said, ‘For the first time in the year 2020 in the history of India, we had to give four-five mini budgets as a separate package. So I believe that this budget will also be seen in the same series. ‘ He further said, ‘For the first time in the year 2020 in the history of India, we had to give four-five mini budgets as separate packages. So I believe that this budget will also be seen in the same series. ‘

Union Ministers said on boycotting the President’s address

On the announcement of opposition parties to boycott the President’s address, Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal said that the President’s address is non-political. It is unfortunate that they are boycotting it. At the same time, Union Minister Giriraj Singh said that the opposition is wiring the dignity of democracy. The parliamentary system has a dignity of the President. To boycott the President’s address means an insult to the President.

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Session will run till April 8, proceedings will run for 33 days

The budget session will run from 29 January to 8 April, with 33 days of action. President Kovind will address the joint session of both the houses at 11 am. The proceedings of the Lok Sabha will be held for a while, half an hour after the President’s address ends, in which the Economic Survey will be presented in the House. There will be a total of 12 meetings in the budget session of Parliament, while the next phase will start from March 8 and end on April 8.

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