The dates of the Haryana Vidhansabha budget session 2023 were announced in the Haryana cabinet meeting on Thursday. This time the budget session in Haryana will be held in two phases.
Chandigarh: Haryana cabinet meeting was held in Chandigarh on Thursday. The dates of Haryana Vidhansabha budget session 2023 were announced in the meeting. This time the budget session in Haryana will be held in two phases. There will be 10 sittings in the budget session. According to the information received so far, the first phase will run from 20 to 23 February and the second phase will run from 16 to 21 March. After the Union budget, this time also every section of the state has high expectations from Haryana’s budget.
Let us tell you that about three months back, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal discussed the budget in Panchkula. During this, the Chief Minister had requested all the MLAs to share with the government the list of works to be done in their respective areas, so that their suggestions and their demands could be included in the budget. The CM had said that the budget is made keeping in mind the income and expenditure. After the presentation of the budget in the assembly, it is not possible to make changes in it.
He said that it is often seen that when the budget is presented. At that time the MLAs keep demands for development works in their respective areas, but at that time those demands cannot be included in the budget. Therefore, in this budget three months in advance, after taking the opinion of all the MLAs, a list of development works to be done in their areas was called, so that it could be included in the budget.
Earlier in a program, Chief Minister Manohar Lal had said that as the Finance Minister, we have done the right planning of our budget and today 34.5 percent of our budget is being spent on infrastructure in the form of capital expenditure. He said that every department has a fixed budget, although sometimes at the end of the financial year, the budget of some departments is also saved and we take a new initiative to ensure that there is no shortage of budget for development works. Medium Term Expenditure Reserve Fund has been created.