The Budget Session of Parliament will be held from January 29 to February 15. Earlier, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had taken a big decision and completely abolished the subsidy received in the Parliament Canteen. A new list has also been released. Now a vegetarian plate of Rs 100 and a non veg buffet lunch for Rs 700 is available at the Parliament Canteen. Let me tell you that the demand for the abolition of subsidy from the canteen of Parliament is constantly rising.
If you look at the new price list, cheap bread is left in the parliament canteen, which costs three rupees. At the same time, a non-buffet lunch. In addition, chicken biryani is now available at Rs 100, chicken curry at Rs 75, plain dosa at Rs 30 and mutton biryani at Rs 150. Now you have to spend 50 rupees for vegetable pakoras.
Take a look at the new list of Parliament Canteen:
Earlier, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla had informed about the end of the subsidy from the canteen and said that the subsidy received by MPs and others was completely banned. Let us tell you that all parties of the Lok Sabha Business Advisory Committee have agreed to abolish it by forming an opinion. Food now available in the canteen for a fixed price.
The Parliament canteen costs around Rs 17 crore annually. In 2017-18, the RTI unveiled the parliamentary rate list, which states that chicken curry in the parliament canteen costs Rs. And Vej Thali for Rs. At the same time, the three-course lunch costs about 106 rupees. Not only this, in South Indian food, the simple waffle MPs were getting just Rs 12.
The Rajya Sabha will be held from 9 am to 2 pm and the Lok Sabha from 4 pm to 8 pm.