The first parliamentary session of the 17th Lok Sabha will run from June 17 to July 26, in which the Lok Sabha Speaker will be elected on June 19 and the budget will be presented on July 5.
Information was given by Information Minister Prakash Javadekar. He said that the decision was taken about the dates of the session on Friday in the first cabinet meeting of Modi Government Part-2.
Javadekar also told that all the elected members of the Lok Sabha for the first two days will be administered the oath of membership of the House. After this, the Speaker’s election on June 19, the President will address the joint session of Parliament on June 20.
The government will present an economic survey in the Lok Sabha on July 4 in a total thirty-day session. After this, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget on July 5, before that on February 1, Piyush Goyal had presented an interim budget from the government.
Earlier on Friday evening, the first meeting of Modi Cabinet was held. Several major decisions were taken in this meeting. The Modi government has tried to fulfill the promises of its election manifesto of 2019.
The very first day the Modi Government took some big decisions. Under the National Defense Fund, scholarships received 25 percent for boys and 33 percent for girls, while the cabinet approved the proposal of Rs 3,000 monthly pension to unorganized workers.
As soon as the second innings begins, the NDA government has taken some big decisions, taking the fastest step towards fulfilling its election promises. The first big step has taken for the farmers, in which all farmers will get 6000 rupees in the PM farming scheme.
In the meantime, the budget received Rs 75,000 crore for PMKSS, in which 12 million poor and marginal farmers were the target of the benefit. These farmers had farmers having land up to 2 hectares. Under this, Rs 3.11 crore farmers have already got Rs 2000. 2.75 crore beneficiaries have got the second installment.
The biggest decision was to increase the scope of Prime Minister Kisan Samman Yojana. This scheme will benefit about 15 crore farmers. Apart from this, the cabinet also approved the pension scheme of small traders. From this, about 30 million retail traders and small shopkeepers will benefit. Scheme for social security of small and marginal farmers has been launched.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted the important decisions of the cabinet. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the new government took four major decisions related to farmers and traders in the first meeting of the Union Cabinet.
The BJP promised them in their election manifesto. Modi tweeted after the meeting of the Cabinet: “I am happy to announce that the new cabinet has taken decisions in the first cabinet.” These decisions will benefit farmers and workers.