Once the demands for grants and expenditure of different departments are passed by the Parliament, a bill to draw money from consolidated Fund India for these purposes is introduced. The bill is called :

A) finance bill

B) money bill

C) appropriation bill

D) credit budget bill

Correct Answer:
C) appropriation bill

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