Question Hour to be allowed during Budget Session; Parliament ends subsidy on canteen food


 Food served in Parliament flasks for MPs and others will get costlier as an appropriation given for it has been halted, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said on Tuesday. 


While Birla didn't indicate the monetary ramifications of the move, sources said the Lok Sabha Secretariat can yearly save more than Rs 8 crore with the sponsorship reaching a conclusion. 


Conversing with columnists about arrangements for the following Parliament meeting, starting January 29, Birla likewise said the Parliament bottles will currently be controlled by ITDC instead of Northern Railways. 


Birla said all Members of Parliament will be mentioned to go through the Covid-19 test before the beginning of the Budget meeting. 


While Rajya Sabha will sit from 9 am to 2 pm, Lok Sabha will work in the second half from 4-8 pm. The Question Hour will be permitted during the meeting for a generally fixed season of 60 minutes. 


Focus not to print Budget archives this year 


He said all plans have likewise been made for RTPCR Covid-19 trial of MPs close to their home. 


In Parliament premises, the RTPCR tests will be led on January 27-28, while game plans have additionally been made for these trial of families and staff individuals from MPs. 


Birla said the inoculation drive strategy concluded by the Center and states will apply to parliamentarians also.

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