After the introduction of the Union Budget previous Congress President Rahul Gandhi has said that it’s a lose-lose spending plan by the Union Government.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “M0di G0vernment’s Zer0 Sum Budget!” In his tweet, Rahul Gandhi purposely put the figure ‘zero’ rather than the letter ‘O’, censuring the Budget in entirety.
He further said, “Nothing for the Salaried class, Middle class, poor people and denied, Youth, Farmers and MSMEs.”
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Prior, Congress Chief Spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said, “India’s salaried class and working class were expecting alleviation in the midst of pandemic. All round pay scales and overwhelming expansion. FM and PM have again profoundly frustrated them in Direct Tax measures. This is a selling out of India’s Salaried Class and Middle Class. #Budget2022” However, the Finance Minister, in a few alleviation to the citizens, reported that refreshed annual government forms can now be documented inside two years. However, there was no change to the assessment sections.
Congress pioneer Gaurav Gogoi said, “The financial plan has zeroed in on the interests of enormous business companions of PM Modi. It has not handled the issues of joblessness and expansion. This spending plan will just expand the imbalance and leave the biggest segment of our populace defenseless and reliant upon gifts.” Congress pioneer Jairam Ramesh tweeted, “From one perspective, the Budget discusses environment activity and securing the climate. On the other, it pushes naturally grievous waterway connecting projects. Way of talking sounds pleasant. Be that as it may, activities matter more. On that front, the Modi govt is on a damaging way.” IANS
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