The government, which has been under opposition attack over various scams like 2G spectrum allocation, Adarsh housing society, CWG and the ISRO S-band deal, hopes that the budget session will be peaceful and productive
New Delhi: Prime minister Manmohan Singh, who is facing opposition onslaught over a series of scams on Monday said that the budget session of the Indian Parliament is "very crucial" and hoped that the proceedings will be peaceful and productive, reports PTI.
"This budget session of Parliament is very crucial.
The budget has to be debated and passed by the two houses of Parliament," he told reporters at Parliament House.
"We also hope to bring some important pieces of legislation for consideration of Parliament," he said.
The government has been under opposition attack over various scams like 2G spectrum allocation, Adarsh housing society, Commonwealth Games and Indian Space Research Organisation S-band deal respectively.
The winter session of Parliament was a washout with the opposition insisting on a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the 2G scam.
"It's our sincere hope that this session will be peaceful and productive," Mr Singh said.
The prime minister had on Sunday stated that government is ready to discuss any issue raised by the opposition.