Congress expects Union Budget to provide relief to the salaried class and invest in rural India
NEW DELHI: On Saturday he expressed the hope that the Union Budget it would provide relief to the wage-earning class through tax cuts and invest in rural India as well as providing a healing touch to the common man and the industry who face difficulties since demonetization.
The main spokesman of the Congress, Randeep Surjewala, said that the last budget caused the fall in consumption levels, the increase in unemployment and the fall in GDP.
Budget 2019 = Consumption collapsed, unemployment skyrocketed, agricultural distress increased, income declined, investments fell, public spending fell, GDP sank, tweeted Surjewala.
However, Modiji gave corporate tax cuts of Rs 1.45 billion rupees. Let Budget 2020 grant tax cuts to the salaried class and invest in rural India, he said
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot I expected the budget to meet the expectations of ordinary people.
The 2020 budget is the time for the NDA government to give a healing touch to the common people and the industries that face difficulties from noteban. I hope the budget meets the expectations of ordinary people and provides relief in all sections, Gehlot said.