Budget will be presented on March 22
PTI | February 8, 2010
The budget session of Delhi Assembly will start from March 15 and end on April one, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said today.
A cabinet meeting, presided over by Dikshit, recommended to Lieutenant Governor Tejendra Khanna to call the budget session of assembly from March 15.
"The budget session of assembly will begin on March 15 with an address by the lieutenant governor. The session will come to an end on April one," Dikshit told reporters after the cabinet meeting.
Dikshit said budget will be presented on March 22.
There will be 13 sittings of the assembly in the session.
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