New Delhi, Apr 15: The UPA's strength in the Lok Sabha may be put to test when the House resumes for the second phase of the Budget session on Thursday, Apr 15, with Opposition planning to corner the government on the issue of spiralling prices.
The Opposition is also demanding resignation of Union Minister Shashi Tharoor in the wake of the IPL controversy.
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is expected to move the Finance Bill on Thursday, Apr 15.
However, Parliamentary Affairs minister P K Bansal has appealed to the opposition to support smooth running of Parliament.
He said, "We would appeal to every member that in view of the progress the country has made, in view of the quick recovery that we've registered after the economic downturn the world over. So all members should be supporting the government's move on that."