ISLAMABAD Opposition as well as coalition parties in the ruling elite may give a tough time to the Government on the current issues like Value Added Tax and poor law and order situation in the country, as the sessions of both the Senate and the National Assembly are going to start today (Wednesday) evening. Some of the parliamentary parties have already submitted adjournment motions in the Senate and NA Secretariat regarding VAT, while Lahore attacks, police baton charge on the people in Sindh when they were protesting against Israeli aggression and negligence of Government in handling Hunza lake issue in time can be the hot issues in the sessions before the budget presentation. According to some reports, PML-Q has already submitted an adjournment motion in the National Assembly Secretariat against VAT while main opposition party in Lower House - PML-N - is reportedly all set to give hard time to the Government as, having their government in Punjab, it has concerns regarding VAT collection and the matter has not yet settled with the Federal Government. However, in the case of Sindh province, a media report has revealed that Federal Government has reached an agreement with Sindh Government on VAT collection. Meanwhile, the session of the Senate will start at 04:00 p.m. under the chairmanship of Farooq H Naek while Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza will chair the National Assembly session that will start at 05:00 p.m. It is being said by some circles that the budget will be presented on June 5 after that the House will start debate on the budget.