New Delhi: Big details are emerging about the Budget Session of Parliament. It is being reported that this time the budget session may start from January 31. The country's budget will be presented on February 1. At the same time, it has come to light that the budget session can be placed in two phases. The first phase will run from January 31 to February 11, while the second phase will continue from March 14 to April 8.
According to information provided by sources, this recommendation has been made by the CCPA. Tell us that preparations for the General Budget to be presented on February 1 are on a war footing. The government is also going to pay special attention to agriculture in this budget. In such a situation, the government may increase the target of agricultural credit (Agri Credit Target) to Rs 18 lakh crore in the upcoming Budget 2022-23 to encourage people in the agriculture sector.
In fact, the target of agricultural credit for the current financial year has been set at Rs 16.5 lakh crore. The government is raising the target of agricultural credit every year. So hopefully this year will also increase. Sources said that this time too, the target could be raised to Rs 18 to Rs 18.5 lakh crore.