NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha was on Thursday adjourned sine die, bringing the nearly two-month long Budget session to an end.
The session started on January 29 and was originally slated to end on April 8 but several members had urged Speaker Om Birla to end the session earlier as they focus on electioneering for the five assemblies.
Speaker Birla had recently contracted COVID-19 and was not attending the House.
In his observations before adjourning the proceedings sine die (indefinite period), Bhartruhari Mehtab, who was in the chair, wished Birla a speedy recovery and informed members that the Speaker was stable.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several cabinet ministers and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi were present in the House.