Haryana Budget 2023: Manohar Lal Khattar to present budget on Thursday
Haryana Budget 2023: The House will reconvene on March 17 and conclude on March 22.
Haryana Budget 2023: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who also holds the Finance portfolio, will present the state budget 2023-24 on Thursday, February 23. The Budget Session is set to begin today and will be conducted in two phases. The session will begin with the joint address by Governor Bandaru Dattatreya.
The House will go in for a recess after the presentation of the Budget on February 24. The House will reconvene on March 17 and conclude on March 22.
The opposition Congress is expected to raise issues such as unemployment, law and order, illegal mining and drug addiction during the session. Aftab Ahmed, Deputy Leader of the Haryana Congress Legislature Party, said the Congress will raise a host of issues in the budget session.
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Ahmed said a few days ago that Congress will raise issues including, “illegal mining, unemployment, law and order, old pension scheme, increasing drug addiction, privatisation of education, allegations against the state minister Sandeep Singh and Parivar Pehchan Patra issue (family id card).”
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“We will also raise the issues pertaining to the plight of cow shelters, shortage of electricity, dilapidated condition of roads, demand for permanent jobs for sanitation workers, non-compensation for damage to mustard and wheat crops, imposition of e-tendering on panchayats, etc,” he said.
"Congress will seek answers from the government on every issue related to the public interest. The BJP-JJP will have to clarify its position on all its failures. The coalition government cannot run away from its responsibility," he said.
Indian National Lok Dal MLA Abhay Singh Chautala said his party will be raising issues of unemployment, farmers, and law and order in the state during the assembly session.