Prime Minister Modi lauded Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for introducing the common man’s budget. He lauded Nirmala Sitharaman’s quest to make a pucca house, provide tap water, toilet, and gas connection mandatory for the poor. Apart from these, special attention has been paid to modern internet connectivity in the villages as well.
That said, it’s a friendly, progressive budget. Modi said there was a need to boost investment and development. He opined that this budget would lay the foundations for the creation of new jobs with a focus on infrastructure creation.
He said the budget would boost new confidence in development during the corona of the catastrophic catastrophe of hundreds of years. He said that besides strengthening the economy, this budget will create many new opportunities for the common man. The Prime Minister said that Kisan drones, Vande Bharat trains and digital currency were given high priority.
He said that a special fund has been allotted for the promotion of agricultural budding. The mountains scheme is being implemented for the first time in our country. The Prime Minister concluded that the scheme would build a modern transport system in the mountains in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir and the north-eastern states.