The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Appropriation Bill 2021-22, authorising the government to draw funds from the Consolidated Fund of India for its working as well as implementation of its programmes and schemes.
This completes two-thirds of the exercise for approval of the Budget for 2021-22.
The Appropriation Bill authorising payment and appropriation of specified sums from the Consolidated Fund of India for 2021-22 was introduced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
The bill was later approved by voice vote.
The Lok Sabha earlier discussed demands for grants of different ministries, including railways, education and health.
Speaker Om Birla later applied the guillotine, after which all the outstanding demands for grants, whether discussed or not, were put to vote at once and passed.
After that, the Appropriation Bill was taken into consideration and passed by the lower house of Parliament.
The Lok Sabha will now discuss the Finance Bill, which essentially contains the .The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Appropriation Bill 2021-22, authorising the government to draw funds from the Consolidated Fund of India for its working as well as implementation of its programmes and schemes.
This completes two-thirds of the exercise for approval of the Budget for 2021-22.
The Appropriation Bill authorising payment and appropriation of specified sums from the Consolidated Fund of India for 2021-22 was introduced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
The bill was later approved by voice vote.
The Lok Sabha earlier discussed demands for grants of different ministries, including railways, education and health.
Speaker Om Birla later applied the guillotine, after which all the outstanding demands for grants, whether discussed or not, were put to vote at once and passed.
After that, the Appropriation Bill was taken into consideration and passed by the lower house of Parliament.
The Lok Sabha will now discuss the Finance Bill, which essentially contains the .Read More