New Delhi: Budget books or documents will not be published this year. It is rumored that the central government has taken such a decision. The government has given permission from both houses of parliament for this. For the first time in 19 years, the budget will be completely paperless. Budget papers will be sent to MPs electronically. In computer language, it is called a soft copy of the budget. For the first time in the country, the budget was presented on November 14. Since then, budget books have been published every year. This work is completely confidential. A certain number of officials have to stay in the finance ministry for a long time. All forms of communication with the outside world are cut off. But due to the effects of the Karona epidemic this year, the government does not want to print the budget with so many people. Not only the budget but also the economic survey report will not be published. Soft copies of it will also be distributed. The Ministry of Finance has its own printing press in the Basement 4 where the budget4 books are printed. They are placed in the same place a few weeks before the budget is presented. Every year, the finance minister organizes a halwa program. After that, the people selected for printing the budget are placed in the basement. They are expelled after the budget is presented to parliament. The budget books are brought to the Ladi Parliament by truck. There they are checked through search cookers. There will be no chance to see that scene this year.