Maharashtra Budget | Maharashtra: This time in the budget session from Feb 27 to March 25, MP CM Fadnavis will present the state budget on March 9


New Delhi/Mumbai. According to a great news received from Maharashtra, this time the budget session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly will be held from February 27 to March 25. Along with this, on March 9 the state budget for the year 2023-2024 will be presented.

Significantly, the above decisions were taken at the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Business Advisory Committee meeting. In which mainly Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, CM Devendra Fadnavis MP, Chairman, Vice President also attended the Legislative Assembly Business Advisory Committee meeting.

According to the information received in this regard, the budget session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (Maharashtra budget session) will start from 27th February. This session will continue until March 25. The budget will be presented on March 9. Chief Deputy Minister of State and Finance Minister Devendra Fadnavis will present the budget. He will note that this is the first budget of the Shinde-Fadnavis government after coming to power.

In turn, in said budgetary session, the State budget will be presented on March 9 at 2:00 p.m. However, before that, on March 8, the Maharashtra Financial Inspection Report will also be presented at the Maharashtra House. Currently there is no Minister of State in the composition of the State Cabinet. Therefore, the question arises that if the cabinet is not expanded and the Minister of State for Finance is not appointed before the session, then who is going to present this necessary budget in the Legislative Council.

It is worth mentioning that prior to this, the state’s Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has so far held many important and important posts such as Chief Minister, Home Minister, Leader of the Opposition, Deputy Chief Minister. But now this will be his first budget as Finance Minister. Therefore, this budget is considered very important from the point of view of Fadnavis and for the State. At the same time, Chief Deputy Minister Fadnavis himself has also sought input from the public, so that input from the public is also reflected in this budget.

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