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First sitting of the 18th Lok Sabha is expected to take place on June 24

  • Posted on June 11, 2024
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The 18th Lok Sabha's first session is expected to begin on June 24, with the President's address on June 27 and the Union Budget presentation on July 22.


The first sitting of the newly-elected 18th Lok Sabha is likely to commence from June 25 as the newly elected members of the lower house of Parliament are likely to take the oath of office on the first two days of the session, sources added.

The President’s traditional address to both houses of the Parliament is due on June 27. Radha Mohan Singh, a veteran BJP lawmaker and former Union Minister, who won the seat for seventh time, is expected to be sworn in as the pro tem Speaker on third day of the session.

The economic survey, which outlines the state of the economy in the country, is expected to be presented on the 3rd of July while the full Union Budget for the financial year 2024-25 on the 22nd of July. An interim budget was laid down on February 1 this year before the general elections that were held earlier this year.

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The new Lok Sabha has been constituted after the recently held parliamentary elections which were highly competitive across the country. This session will be the first legislative session in the new government after it has gained a new term.

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