AP Governor Approves Ordinance For Vote On Account Budget 2021-22

AP Governor Approves Ordinance For Vote On Account Budget 2021-22 - Sakshi Post

AMARAVATI: The Ordinance for Vote on Account was approved by Andhra Pradesh Governor Bishwabhusan Harichandan on Saturday. The Ordinance was issued for the Vote on Account Budget for a period of three months.  The AP State Cabinet on Friday had given its approval for an Ordinance for Vote on Account budget for a period of three months as the Budget Sessions could not take place. As the budget meetings did not take place due to several factors including the local and urban body elections in the State, the government has brought in the Vote on Account Ordinance for a period of three months.

The Ordinance will be sent to the Governor for approval and will be approved in a day or two. Since it is mandatory to pass the full budget or vote on account or promulgate an ordinance for the government for state-related expenditure in the upcoming fiscal (2021-22), the AP Cabinet has chosen to go ahead with an Ordinance and later conduct the Assembly Session to pass the full budget.

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