Budget 2012: Tough time ahead for UPA government


Manmohan Singh-Pranab Mukherjee
New Delhi, Mar 12: The 2012 Budget session will begin in the Parliament on Monday, Mar 12.

Key bills including the education bill and the Lokpal Bill are likely to be passed in this session.

The opposition is also ready to grill the ruling government on issues like quota politics, ISRO disputation, NCTC, FDI in retail, Italian navy personnel's killing Indian fisherman.

Talking about the black money issue, LK Advani, Senior BJP leader said, "India's Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee had assured in Parliament that steps will be taken to bring back the black money. We have decided to put forward a letter in Parliament on the issue of black money and I hope that it will be addressed and we will know what the government has done in this direction."

Apart from the opposition, UPA ally, Trinamool Congress, will also target government over price rise, FDI and NCTC.

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