Amrit Kaal: What Nirmala Sitharaman had to say about budget 2023-24
Delhi : Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is presenting to Parliament the Union Budget for 2023–2024. "Amrit Kaal's first budget and the vision for India at 100," she calls it. The final full-fledged budget of current administration will be unveiled before to the Lok Sabha elections in early 2019.
Prime Minister Modi has already made hints about how the administration sees it. "India's budget will not only try to achieve the goals and ambitions of the common man of India, but the beam of hope which the world is seeing should be seen more brightly," he said on the eve of the Budget
In this budget, efforts are made to build on the framework of the previous one and the strategy developed for India at 100.
Estimates predict that economic growth will rise by 7% this year. Despite challenges, the economy is moving in the right direction, according to the finance minister, and our focus on complete reforms has helped us do well in these trying times.
Karnataka's chief minister, Basavaraj Bommai, made the following statement in response to the last, comprehensive budget of the Modi 2.0 administration: "India's GDP is anticipated to increase at 6.8%. It will be a populist budget that supports growth in the economy.