Budget Session 2020: “Our session should be concentrated on economic concerns and how India can take the support of the current global economic circumstances,” said PM Modi in his conventional remarks at the start of an assembly.
PM Narendra Modi today said he expected for specific discussions on the economy
PM Narendra Modi today said he expected for specific discussions on the economy and the empowerment of people ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament starting today.
“I require a wide-ranging, qualitative study on economy in both houses. Our assembly should be concentrated on economic matters and how India can take benefit of the current global economic situation,” said PM Modi in his conventional comments at the start of a session.
Aiming out that this was the first gathering of 2020 and the decade, he said the work should be to set a “solid foundation for the decade”.
He proceeded: “Our government’s work has continued to empower Dalits, women, those who suffer exploitation… we want to sustain efforts.”
Congress opposed at different sections of the parliament system against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act
As the PM Narendra Modi made the comments, members of the opposition Congress opposed at different sections of the parliament system against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act passed in the early assembly last month, including the National Register for Citizens (NRC).
Wearing black bands, Congress heads including Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, raised slogans. Many MPs held posters that read: “Save the Constitution” and “Save India”.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will give the Budget tomorrow, considerably anticipated at a time the country is suffering its worse economic slowdown in years.