Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday, will move the finance bill 2023, to make the financial proposals of the central government effective.
This occurs one day after the grant demand was approved in Parliament.
He finance bill 2023, gives effect to the financial proposals of the central government for the fiscal year 2023-24 to be taken into consideration.
Earlier on Thursday, the Lok Sabha approved the grant demands authorizing the spending of around Rs 45 lakh crore for 2023-24. The proposal was approved by voice vote amid protests by opposition members over their demand for a JPC investigation into the Adani issue.
Lok Sabha Chairman Om Birla called for the guillotine when the House met at 6:00 pm after two previous recesses.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman moved the bill to authorize the payment and appropriation of certain sums from the Consolidated Fund of India for FY 2023-24 services for passage in the House amid din. It passed amid the uproar and the House adjourned later in the day.
Both Houses of Parliament have witnessed postponements due to repeated deadlock. While the BJP has been demanding an apology from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his comments in the UK, the opposition has been demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into the Hindenburg-Adani dispute.
The second half of the budget session it began on March 13 and will begin on April 6.
The Finance Minister presented the Union Budget on February 1st.
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