Budget 2021 Date: This year, the budget session of Parliament will start from Friday, 29 January and the budget will be presented on Monday, 1 February 2021. Like the last few years, this year also the Union Budget 2021 will be introduced in the Lok Sabha on 1 February. This will be the third budget of Finance Minister (Nirmala Sitharaman) in the National Democratic Alliance-NDA led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi).
When will the Economic Survey be presented?
Economic Survey 2020-21 (Economic Survey 2020-21) will present Finance Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday, 29 January 2021 in the Parliament. These economic surveys will be presented 2 days before the budget is presented. Generally, economic surveys are presented on the opening day of the budget session. This survey shows year-round economic development during the financial year. In this survey, things like money supply, infrastructure, agriculture and industrial production, employment, import, export are mentioned. Apart from this, the government keeps an eye on economy-related issues. This year, the focus is on the damage caused to the Indian economy due to Coronavirus.
The Economic Survey is one of the most important documents of the Finance Ministry. This survey is prepared under the guidelines of the Chief Economic Advisor -CEA of the Central Government. All aspects of the economy are mentioned in this survey. If you want to see the whole picture of the Indian economy, then you can find a lot in the economic survey.
Where to see Union Budget 2021?
The Union Budget 2021 will be telecast live on Lok Sabha TV. It will also be broadcast on several social media platforms such as YouTube and Twitter.
Congress leader Gulab Nabi Azad said about the new agricultural law that we have decided that tomorrow will be the President’s address in the Parliament House. We will boycott it together by 16 political parties. The main reason for this is that the Bills (Form Law) were passed without any opposition.
At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh said that we have been and will continue to oppose the three agricultural laws. Therefore, the Aam Aadmi Party will boycott the President’s address and our Lok Sabha MP Bhagwant Mann and three of us from the Rajya Sabha will not attend the President’s address tomorrow.