1 Feb 2021

BUDGET 2021: know what for the people in common budget.

National Desk: To give a boost to the country's economic activities, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is presenting the budget in the Lok Sabha for the financial year 2021-22. It is expected from this budget presented by the Finance Minister that, in this, relief will be given to the common people affected by the epidemic. This budget is presented at a time when the country is coming out of the Kovid-19 crisis. After presenting the budget in Parliament, Nirmala Sitharaman will also hold a press conference.

Presenting the Union Budget in the Lok Sabha, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that last year was very difficult for the country, in such a situation, this budget is coming at a time when there is a lot of crisis. During the Corona period, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the gas to the poor, the system of free ration was provided to the poor, the system of gas and free ration.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said- PM provided free gas to 80 million families for several months, provided cash directly to more than 40 million farmers, women and poor. This time the budget of the health sector has been increased. Today's budget rests on 6 pillars.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said - Prevention of diseases is the biggest goal of the government. 15 health emergency centers will be set up in the country. The government has given 35 thousand crore rupees for corona vaccination. This budget is like an opportunity in disaster.

The Finance Minister further said, as a government, we have kept an eye on every situation and in our response we have been very prompt, apart from PMGKY and self-reliance package, also made many other announcements. We started to protect citizens against Kovid-19 from the medical point of view, due to which India has two Kovid vaccines available today.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said- In the financial year 2020-21, the government spent 4.21 lakh crore rupees. In this financial year 2021-22, the government has targeted to spend Rs 4.39 lakh crore. This time the budget of the health sector has been increased from 94 thousand crore to 2.38 lakh crore.

35 thousand crores will be spent for the vaccine

Swachh Bharat Mission 1.41 Crore

Self-reliance Health Scheme 61 thousand crores

Announcement of employment scheme in Assam, Kerala and Bengal

11 thousand crores allocated for metro rail

Two types of metro service will start in the country

Pipeline gas connections to 100 new cities in three years

One Nation One Card Scheme will be implemented in 32 states.

Farmers will be given one and a half times more MSP than their cost.

The level of 15 thousand government schools will be improved.

1500 crores will also be given to promote digital payments in the country.

E-mandis will be opened in every state.

Emergency Fund has been increased to 30000 crores.

Those older than 75 years will get exemption from income tax on pension.

The affordable housing scheme has been extended for another year.

The next census will be done digitally

Iron, steel and copper will be as cheap.

Auto parts coming from abroad will be expensive.

Custom duty on gold and silver was increased.

In the budget, agricultural cess was imposed on petrol and diesel. 

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