The session will begin amid tight security an official spokesman said, adding that Governor NN Vohra would address a joint session in the Central Hall of JK Legislature complex main hall.
The session is expected to witness uproar by Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP), People's Democratic Party (PDP), BJP and CPI-M members.
Opposition will raise various issues including the arrest of ousted minister Shabir Khan in a molestation case, JKCA scam involving NC supremo Farooq Abdullah, custodial death of NC worker Yousuf Shah, demand for more administrative units, removal of AFSPA, regional discrimination and BOPEE scam.
JKNPP has decided to gherao the Assembly premises to demand dismissal of the NC-Congress government.
"There are lots of issues - from corruption to failure of governance on all fronts - and we will raise them vociferously," a PDP spokesman said.
Speaker Mubarak Gul, who chaired an all-party meeting, said that he would provide ample time and opportunities to the legislators to highlight public-centric issues for seeking redressal of problems confronting people.
He stressed for joint efforts to ensure smooth running of the House.
Legislators assured their full cooperation in the smooth conduct of the session at the meeting.
The budget session, last one of the present Omar-government, is likely to be 36-day long.


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