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Budget Session Of Parliament Likely From Jan 31 To Feb 13

The Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs deliberated on the dates for the budget session at a meeting.

Budget Session Of Parliament Likely From Jan 31 To Feb 13
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Budget Session Of Parliament Likely From Jan 31 To Feb 13
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2019-01-09T14:10:39+05:30

Parliament's Budget session is likely to be held from January 31 and will continue till February 13 while an interim budget is expected to be presented on February 1, government sources on Wednesday said.

They said the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs deliberated on the dates for the budget session at a meeting.

It is expected to be the last session of the current Lok Sabha as general elections are due in April-May.

PTI

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