Parliament’s spending meeting set to start tomorrow

Spending meeting of the current Parliament will start tomorrow (Wednesday) to support the public financial plan for the 2021-22 monetary year. 

The meeting will start at 5:00pm with the presence of a modest bunch of legislators in the House as a component of careful steps to keep up friendly separating and subsequently stay away from the danger of Covid-19 diseases. 

Account Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal will put the proposed Tk 603,681 crore-spending plan, which is 17.47 percent of the GDP, in the House on June 3 with in excess of 6% of shortage. It will be put whenever it is supported by the uncommon bureau meeting to be held at the bureau room of Parliament with Prime Minister Sheik Hasina in the seat. 

As indicated by sources at the Parliament Secretariat, this meeting will be a concise one, not over about fourteen days, not at all like other spending meetings held before the Covid-19 pandemic. 

A year ago, the spending meeting was prorogued following nine working days because of the pandemic. It was the briefest spending meeting in Bangladesh's new history. 

Just spending plan related and other significant works will be done in this meeting while the inquiry answer meetings for the Prime Minister and Ministers will be postponed. 

Just MPs, staff members and authorities of the parliament secretariat in the wake of being tried Covid-19 will be permitted to go to the meeting. Senior MPs have been prompted not to participate in the meeting. 

According to the constitution of the country, there is a commitment to pass the spending plan before June 30 while the standards of methodology likewise educate the MPs to participate in spending conversations. 

Then, the media has been encouraged to cover the spending meeting from live broadcast on Sangsad Television as opposed to coming to parliament as no pass will be given to columnists to cover the spending meeting this time because of the Covid-19 circumstance. 

Parliament will lead its day by day business with under 100 MPs for keeping up distance in their guest plan.