Thursday, February 28, 2013

Budget is deceptive for majority of Indian.

 

Union Budget is deceptive for majority of Indian.
CPI Gurudas Dasgupta, budget is a “lollypop election budget” with minor additional investments, “There is a lot of noise but in reality is different,”
Main opposition leaders Arun Jaitley described the budget document is of   “extremely low on substance”.Arun added it is “a bit of jugglery” to cut down on expenditure. Sushma Swaraj find, “it is unimaginative, dull and boring and there is nothing for the women, youth and poor. Neither is there anything for boosting the agriculture sector nor for controlling prices.”
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalaithaa today said it was full of rhetoric and lacked any tangible steps to tackle the fiscal crisis, “The Union Budget presented in Parliament today has turned out to be an uninspiring damp squib, full of rhetoric, without any tangible steps to tackle the deep crisis confronting the Indian economy today… I would describe it only as a day dream cosmetic budget of Mr P Chidambaram,” she said.
 SP Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav called the  budget  “anti-poor”, “anti-farmer” plan  to oppose on the floor of house.He added, “This budget is only for 10% population of the country. What kind of budget is this which ignores 65% people who are engaged in farming”?
Shatrughan Sinha on his part said the Finance Minister has presented a ‘lollypop’ budget.
BSP chief Mayawati briefing the media said  “there is nothing new in the budget,nothing  for farmers, employees,e middle class.” The policies of the central government “are not in the interest of the common man and are anti-people”.Mayawati said despite large allocations for SCs/STs in every budget, the money has not helped improve the plight of people from lower castes,she said all the budgetary announcements seem “lofty, illusive,directionless”

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