The Parliament of India is the supreme legislative body of India. It comprises of the President, Lok Sabha and Rajya sabha. The period during which Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (also called as Two Houses) meet to conduct its business is called ‘sessions’.
Each minute of running Parliament during sessions costs the exchequer Rs 2.5 lakh. All the sessions put together, the Parliament functions on an average 100 days in a year. The total budgeted cost of running the Parliament is around Rs.600 Crores per year. This means, the cost per day is around Rs.6 Crores.
The opposition parties in the name of ‘Demonetization’ is not letting the Parliament work, thus wasting all this money.
The money that gets wasted is not of these politicians, it is the hard earned money of common people and they pay taxes to the government by which the Parliament runs.