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Nepal Government preparing to pass Budget Replacement Bill from the Federal Parliament today

Ruling Nepali Congress whip Pushpa Bhusal says that the agenda of the parliament will not be stopped. "The country is on a budget holiday. If there is a slogan in the House, what is it called? The government's sincere effort is to move the House according to the agenda, 'she said.

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- The government is preparing to pass the Budget Replacement Bill from the House of Representatives today. Accordingly, the Parliament Secretariat has made preparations.

Secretary-General of the Parliament Secretariat Bharatraj Gautam has informed the lawmakers that the Speaker will fix the time for group discussion on various titles of the Budget Replacement Bill under the Ministry and Secretariat and answer the questions raised by the Ministry.

According to the Parliament Secretariat, the House of Representatives will initially discuss the ministry title of the Budget Replacement Bill and the Finance Minister will answer the questions raised by the lawmakers. After that, the amendments made by the parliamentarians will be discussed and the questions raised will be answered by the Finance Minister.

Then the amendment proposal goes to the stage of approved and rejected. As the government has a majority, the amendment proposal seems to be rejected. After that, the Finance Minister will propose to pass the Budget Replacement Bill The government is ready to pass the appropriation bill by passing the clause by clause on the proposal of the finance minister.

After the passage of the Budget Replacement Bill, there is a readiness to give time to the parliamentarians for amendment by discussing the proposal to consider the Finance Bill and the National Debt Raising Bill.

The main opposition CPN-UML has been chanting slogans in the House of Representatives meeting that started on August 8. He said that he would continue the sloganeering in tomorrow’s meeting as well.

However, the ruling coalition UML has said that the slogan will not have any effect. “We are still trying to open the house. The UML is confident that it will help and stop raising unnecessary issues, ”said Dev Gurung, chief whip of the UCPN (Maoist) Center.

Ruling Nepali Congress whip Pushpa Bhusal also says that the agenda of the parliament will not be stopped. “The country is on a budget holiday. If there is a slogan in the House, what is it called? The government’s sincere effort is to move the House according to the agenda, ‘she said.

The government is trying to end the budget holiday by passing the budget replacement bill by September 27.

If the House of Representatives passes the Budget Replacement Bill today, a proposal will be tabled in the National Assembly meeting convened on Tuesday. MPs will then be given 72 hours to amend.

It has fallen on Saturday, September 25. Therefore, the government is ready to pass the Budget Replacement Bill by the National Assembly on October 27 and the House of Representatives on September 28 to end it and end the budget holiday.

‘If the Budget Replacement Bill is passed by both the Houses by the 26th September, the way will be opened for the government to spend the budget. I understand that the budget holiday is coming to an end, ”said Radheshyam Adhikari, leader of the Congress parliamentary party in the National Assembly.

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