Imp issues Delhi Assembly`s budget session agenda
New Delhi: Debates on a number of important issues, including the law and order situation and condition of unauthorised colonies, would be taken up by the Delhi Assembly in its Budget session beginning Monday.
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, Assembly Speaker Yoganand Shastri said besides presentation of the budget, the House would discuss a plethora of issues during its eight sittings.
The budget will be presented on the very first day of the session and it will be taken up for approval by the house on June 4.
Shastri said the Assembly secretariat has received a total of 23 requests for resolutions for adoption by the House, besides 796 notices for questions.
The session will come to an end on June 6.
The Speaker said government will present a number of bills in the session.
The House will also have separate discussions on trifurcation of the MCD as well as alleged corruption relating to cleaning and desilting of drains under the civic bodies.
To a question about spending of the funds allocated by the Rural Development Board in various village areas of Delhi, Shastri rued that the funds often remain unspent due to lack of clearence to the projects by the civic bodies.
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