Parliament Budget Session: The final session of the 17th Lok Sabha, known as the Budget session, draws to a close today. It includes a debate on the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to deliver a speech in the house.
The Budget session of Parliament has been prolonged by one day until February 10 to handle “crucial government affairs.” It is reported that the Lok Sabha will have a brief conversation today regarding the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Satyapal Singh, a leader of the BJP, will commence the discussion on the construction of the temple and the “pran pratishtha” (consecration ceremony) of Ram Lalla.
Following that, the Rajya Sabha will initiate a short-duration discussion on the ‘Historic construction of Shree Ram Temple and Pran Pratishta’. This discussion will be led by BJP MPs Sudhanshu Trivedi and Rakesh Sinha. The BJP has issued a three-line whip to all its Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs, directing them to attend Parliament today due to “very important” legislative matters scheduled for discussion and approval.
The Budget session of Parliament, initially scheduled to conclude on February 9 after starting on January 31, has been extended by one day until February 10 to address “important government business.”
On the same day, the Rajya Sabha scheduled a brief discussion on the White Paper on the Indian Economy.