The Union Government has planned to call for a two-week winter session of the Parliament from December 21. The final call on the same will be taken after the Bihar State Assembly Election Results on November 10. The centre expects that all formalities in Bihar Assembly Elections including the formation of the government and oath-taking ceremony to be over by the third week of November. The Parliament’s winter session usually begins in the third week of November. This year, the session may be postponed till the third week of December. The time of the session this year is likely to be between December 21, 2020 and January 2, 2021 while the budget session may be conducted on January 30. This would not be the first time that the winter session would start in December and end in January first week. The winter session of the 16th Lok Sabha was also held in December and got carried over till January 8, 2019. The Parliament had then met again 23 days later for the budget session. However, the current dates are tentative, the government will first review the legislative agenda proposed by ministries and then take the final call.