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Parliament Budget Session to begin on February 23

The Budget session of the Parliament will start from 23rd of February, with the first part of the session to be held from February 23 to March 16 and the second part of the session from April 25 to May 13.

The decision was taken in a Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) meeting chaired by union home minister Rajnath Singh.

The Rail Budget will be presented on February 25, whereas finance minister Arun Jaitley will present the Budget on February 29. The Economic Survey will be tabled on February 26.

The crucial GST Bill, which has failed to pass in the past two sessions will be seen highlighted during this Budget session.

This session is likely to witness a fair amount of arguments and attacks on the Central government as the Opposition is getting prepared to target it on a host of issues including Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula's suicide and also imposition of President's Rule in Arunachal Pradesh.

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