Rahul Gandhi, recently shared his views on the latest union budget. The last full budget before the 2024 public election, presented before by Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, has handed for a huge relief for taxpayers and massive disbursement for capital spending and structure. Congress’s Rahul Gandhi moment contended that the rearmost Union budget proves the government has” no roadmap to make India’s future”.
Rahul Gandhi twittered” Mitr Kaal’ Budget has NO vision to produce Jobs NO plan to attack Mehngai NO intent to stem Inequality 1 richest own 40 wealth, 50 poorest pay 64 of GST, 42 youth are jobless- yet, PM does not watch! This Budget proves Govt has NO roadmap to make India’s future.”
Mr Gandhi’s party has called the budget” big on adverts and short on delivery”.” This budget will be called’ Naam Bade Aur Darshan Chhote Budget'( big on adverts and short on delivery),” said Congress principal Mallikarjun Kharge. He said” No trouble has been made in this budget to find a result to massive severance. Affectation is hurting every ménage and the common man is in trouble. There’s nothing in the budget that would reduce prices of particulars of diurnal use.”
He added” Overall, the Modi government has made life delicate for the people. The country’s frugality has been deeply hurt.”
His party coworker and former Union finance minister P Chidambaram said Nirmala Sitharaman” has not mentioned the words severance, poverty, inequality or equity anywhere in her speech. Mercifully, she has mentioned the word poor doubly”. Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee said the budget appeared to be a” half- hour” job.
She said” The budget they’ve presented, if I had had done it, I would have taken half an hour. How do you present a budget for the poor, how do you present a budget for a common man, how do you control prices of goods? I’ve worked in numerous departments. We also present budgets; we do not increase levies. We insure people aren’t troubled, we help them.” Before moment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the budget” will make a strong foundation for a developed India”.