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New Delhi, January 20: Clarifying the situation regarding the President’s address during the upcoming budget session, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has said that the new building of the Parliament is still under construction, so the President’s address during the budget session will be held in the present building of the Parliament House. Budget 2023: Demand of CM Nitish Kumar, this time Modi government should present separate railway budget in Parliament
Clearing the air regarding the speculation about the President’s address in the new Parliament House, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla tweeted that the new Parliament building is still under construction. The President’s address in the budget session will be held in the present building of the Parliament. Birla made it clear that the President would address the joint sitting of the members of both the houses in the existing building of Parliament itself.
The New Parliament Building is still under construction. During Budget Session, the Hon’ble President will address Members of two Houses in the existing Parliament House Building.
Om Birla (@ombirlakota) January 20, 2023
Let us tell you that this time the budget session is going to start from January 31 and it is likely to continue till April 6. During the budget session, there will be a holiday from 14 February to 12 March.
According to tradition, on January 31, the first day of the budget session, President Draupadi Murmu will address the joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament. On February 1, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget in the House.
budget session 2023 the new parliament house is still under construction the presidents address will be held in the old house