Both Houses of Parliament adjourned, to reassemble on 14th March 2022 for second part of the Budget Session
The first phase of the Budget Session of Parliament ended today. Both the Houses of Parliament were adjourned to meet again on 14th of March in the second part of the budget session after nearly a month-long recess. The second part of the session will conclude on 8th of April. In the Rajya Sabha, during his observation, Deputy Chairman Harivansh said, the first part of the session did not witness any forced adjournment and the Upper House functioned half an hour more than its scheduled time. He termed the session as effective and positive and expressed hope that this spirit will continue in the future.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, while presiding over the proceedings of the House on the last day of the first phase of the budget session, appreciated the active participation and constructive cooperation of all the Members. He informed the House that despite the challenges of Covid, Members fulfilled their constitutional obligations with a commitment by working till late night in the House, which resulted in 121 percent work productivity of the House.
He also thanked all the Members for their cooperation in smoothly conducting the House and for having a wide discussion and dialogue on all the subjects of public interest.He further said that deadlock-free discussion in the Parliament boosts the confidence of the citizens of the country in democratic institutions.
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