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Is budget se gareeb ko bal milega, yuva ko behtar kal milega: PM Modi hails the 2019 budget as a balanced one

PM Modi called it a green budget for its provisions on water, electricity and travel.

Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, presented her maiden budget in Parliament today. While presenting the first of the Narendra Modi government 2.0 in the Lok Sabha, FM said that the central focus of all programmes of the Narendra Modi government is “Gaon, Garib and Kisan”.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing the nation after the presentation of the budget by Sitharaman called the 2019 budget a balanced one. “This is a budget for new India,” he added.

Ye desh ko samridh aur jan jan ko samarth banane wala budget hai. Is budget se gareeb ko bal milega, yuva ko behtar kal milega” (This budget will lead the country towards prosperity and make every citizen competent. This budget will provide strength to the poor and a better future to the youths of the country), said PM Narendra Modi.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the budget proves India is moving in the right direction. He also called it a green budget for its provisions on water, electricity and travel.

He said that the middle class will progress with this budget. Development work will expedite, the tax structure will simply and infrastructure will modernize.


Calling this budget ‘one of hope’ PM Modi said that this budget for a ‘New India’ also has a roadmap to transform the agriculture sector of the country.


PM Modi assured that the Budget 2019 was only a trailer of the ‘New India’ to come.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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