Budget 2020: CCPA recommends Budget Session from Jan 31; Union Budget on Feb 1

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Updated: January 9, 2020 5:10:06 AM

Budget 2020 India: There is usually a month-long break between the two phases of the Budget Session to allow parliamentary committees to examine budgetary allocations made to various ministries.

Budget 2020, Budget 2020 date, Budget 2020 expectation, Union Budget 2020 India, Budget 2020 India, CCPA, Budget Session, Union Budget, Budget 2020-21Budget 2020-21: The President convenes both Houses of Parliament on the recommendation made by the Union Cabinet.

Union Budget 2020 India: The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs has recommended holding the Budget Session in two phases from January 31 to April 3, with the Union Budget to be presented on February 1, sources said on Wednesday. They said the first phase of the session will be from January 31 to February 11 and the second will be from March 2 to April 3.

There is usually a month-long break between the two phases of the Budget Session to allow parliamentary committees to examine budgetary allocations made to various ministries.  The President convenes both Houses of Parliament on the recommendation made by the Union Cabinet.

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