Budget 2023-24: The round of pre-budget meeting of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with different stakeholders has ended on Monday. Experts and economists from industry to agriculture sector have handed over the list of their demands regarding the budget to the Finance Minister. Now suggestions are being sought from common people. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself has sought suggestions regarding the budget from the common people by tweeting.
PM Modi asked for suggestions
If you also want to give any suggestion regarding the budget to the Modi government, then by visiting the www.mygov.in website, you can submit your list of demands to the Modi government regarding the budget. From November 24 to December 10, 2022, suggestions have been sought from the common people regarding the budget. So now even the Prime Minister himself is asking people to give suggestions.
Do share your insights… https://t.co/wNMfQyxxtQ
Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 28, 2022
Modi government’s 10th full budget!
Nirmala Sitharaman will present the fifth and last full budget of Modi’s second term on February 1, 2023, so after 2014 this budget will be the 10th full budget of the Modi government. Nirmala Sitharaman will also present the budget for the fifth consecutive time. This is the last full budget before the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024 and through this budget the Modi government will have a challenge to please all the people. On Monday, November 28, 2022, the round of eight pre-budget meetings of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with different stakeholders has come to an end. During this, the Finance Minister has also separately held a pre-budget meeting with the Finance Ministers of the states and listened to their demands.
On the one hand, common people are troubled by inflation. From food and drink, EMI has become expensive. Income has not increased at the same pace as inflation has increased. On top of that, along with the global economic crisis, the possibility of recession in America and Europe has created a new challenge in front of the government. Along with giving relief to the common people from inflation through the budget, the challenge will also be to save the economy from global shocks. In the pre-budget meeting held with the Finance Minister, along with reduction in income tax, there has been a demand for rationalization of tax rules. The employment crisis has increased after Corona. So, to increase employment opportunities, the government has been demanded to bring an employment guarantee scheme on the lines of MNREGA in urban areas. From increasing the expenditure on the strengthening of infrastructure to increasing the expenditure on the social sector, it has been suggested. There has also been a demand to increase the budget allocation on education and health.
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Budget 2023: The phase of pre-budget meeting is over, from cut in income tax to demand from Finance Minister to increase employment opportunities