New Delhi (Agencies): With the issue of JPC into the 2G spectrum scam resolved, the budget session of Parliament beginning on Monday is likely to see a tremendous work including the Budget, as against the washout of the winter session.

Faced with a spree of scams, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Leader of the Lok Sabha Pranab Mukherjee and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal have given indications that the government was ready to go the extra mile on the JPC issue and a decision will be taken by Wednesday.

"Wrongdoers will be punished," is the refrain of the ruling formation which is likely to use the presentation of the Union Budget 2011-12 on February 28 as an exercise to reach out to the common man, hit hard by the price rise.

While the Railway Budget 2011-12 will be tabled on February 25, the Economic Survey will be tabled on the same day. The talk is that Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee, being projected as the next West Bengal Chief Minister, will go the whole hog in the exercise to placate rail passengers by not tinkering with the fares.

The session will start on Monday with the address of President Pratibha Patil to the joint sitting of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. The session will conclude on April 21 because of Assembly elections in five states in early May. There will be a three-week recess from March 16 to April 4.

There have been issues galore for the opposition ranging from the S-Band deal, CVC issue, failure of the naxalite strategy, the situation in J&K, to the Samjhauta blast and the Malegaon blast.

BJP as well as Left party members are expected to raise the issues of price rise, black money and petrol prices. The issue of Tiranga yatra is also likely to be raised by BJP.

As many as 32 bills including the contentious Communal Violence Bill, Press and Registration of Books and Publications Bill and the Land Acquisition (Amendment) bill will be introduced during the session.

The Equal Opportunity bill, being brought as per the recommendations of the Sachar Committee which went into the plight of Muslims, had been a subject of disputes with a number of ministries objecting to its overriding mandate, after which the government limited its scope only to minorities.

The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Amendment Bill and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Bill are among other steps being introduced.

Women's Reservation Bill, officially known as the Constitution (108 Amendment) bill, is among the 31 bills being brought for concern and passage during the two-month session. The bill which has already been passed in the Rajya Sabha, seeks to provide one-third reservation to women in the Lok Sabha and the state assemblies.

Among the economic bills, the government proposes to introduce the Constitution Amendment Bill to open the way for introduction of the long-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST).

The other vital economic legislations slated to be taken up by the government in Parliament include the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2009 and the Chartered Accountants (Amendment) Bill 2010.