TV Newsance 209: The full breakdown of the Parliament Budget Session 2023

Your weekly dose of all the insanity that passes off as news on TV

ByNL Team
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This week, we have something a little different in store for you. While the usual suspects of TV news are still up to their usual tricks – Sudhir inventing new jihadis, Amish getting insulted by his panelists – we decided to take a closer look at the parliamentary budget session. 

There was a lot of drama as the opposition and the governing party locked horns in Parliament, with both protesting against each other. The BJP demanded Rahul Gandhi apologise for his remarks in the UK, the Congress demanded a probe into the Adani-Hindenburg controversy. There was a lot of ruckus and sloganeering but very little work that took place. 

We’ll tell you how much time and money was wasted this session – and also whether any important bills were passed. 

And yes, while all this was happening, the usual suspects were busy doing what they do best: fawn over their dear leader and attack the opposition.



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