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NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha clocked 99% productiveness through the two-week lengthy first a part of the Budget session of Parliament.
Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu stated on Friday stated the productiveness of the House throughout this week has been 113% in comparison with the productiveness of 82% through the first week. He added as in opposition to the full scheduled time of 45 hours 23 minutes, internet of solely 11 minutes has been misplaced on account of disruptions.
The House broke for a three-week recess on Friday after finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s reply to a dialogue on the Budget for the 2021-22 monetary 12 months starting April 1. During the recess the parliamentary committees will study the finances allocation for numerous ministries. Parliament will meet on March eight for the second a part of the Budget session.
Besides dialogue on the Budget, the House additionally debated for 15 hours on a movement thanking the President for his handle to the joint sitting of Parliament in the beginning of the finances session. Prime Minister Narendra Modi replied to that debate earlier this week. About 100 members spoke on these two topics. “As against the total loss of 4 hours 24 minutes during the first week, the members sat for an extra 3 hours 54 minutes during the second week,” Naidu stated.

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