Parliament’s budget session has been stretched for eight days till 7th August, on Thursday Union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi told the Lok Sabha.
The session started on 17 June, on Friday was first listed to conclude.
“I have an important proposal. Since the government has more than 17 bills which are proposed to be considered through this House, I propose through you that the session be extended till 7 August,” Joshi said.
The verdict is suspected to trigger the opposition parties to conduct clear protest an extension.
There is a belief in the government that following the ongoing session, important bills will be pending until the next session.
The winter session is anticipated to begin in November is crucial as key assembly elections are too listed at that time.Share this to your,