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Parliament has started after six days adjourn

Staff Correspondent
Parliament has started
After a six-day break, Parliament resumed its session on Monday, June 14. Speaker at 11 o'clock. The meeting started with Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury in the chair. Earlier, the meeting was adjourned on June 07 after the parliament passed the supplementary budget for the current fiscal year 2020-21. At the beginning of today's meeting, questions and answers were raised at the table.

Earlier, the 13th and budget sessions of the National Assembly started on June 02 following strict health rules. The second wave of coronavirus (Covid-19) has hit the country, the Indian variant (type) has been identified. Keeping in view this worrying situation of Corona, the Parliament Secretariat has made 56 preparations for the session.

The day after the session began, another unofficial budget was raised in Parliament due to the epidemic. Not even all the MPOs could go to Parliament. Only 170 MPs were present there. This arrangement to maintain distance for the corona. And all the ministers-MPs had to enter the parliament following strict health rules. Corona negative certificate has been shown. On the same day, Finance Minister Aham Mustafa Kamal presented a budget of Tk 6 lakh 3 thousand 681. The budget for the new financial year is 35,681 crore more than the previous financial year.

Today's meeting of the parliament will begin the general discussion on the proposed budget for the fiscal year 2021-22.

It is learned that apart from today, the main budget will be discussed on June 15, 16, 17 and 28. The final discussion and passage of the main budget on June 29, the passage of the original budget and specification bill on Wednesday, June 30, the question and answer session on Thursday, July 1, the raising of private bills, the passage of government bills and the session will end. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will speak on that day. Top opposition leaders will also address.

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