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MP budget presented, Kamal Nath calls it a 'pack of lies'

Tuesday - March 2, 2021 3:51 pm , Category : INDIA
Bhopal, March 2 (IANS) Finance Minister Jagdish Deora presented the Budget for the 2021-22 in the Madhya Pradesh assembly on Tuesday.
Now new tax has been levied in this year's Budget, nor any tax increased.
The two lakh 41 thousand 27 crore Budget is being described as a step towards making the state self-reliant.
Finance Minister Deora presented the budget in the Assembly, saying that the Budget has been made keeping all sections of society in mind. The emphasis in the Budget is on health, education, medicine, roads, employment, drinking water, etc.
Reacting to the Budget, Congress leader and former CM Kamal Nath described it as 'a pack of lies'.
"The Budget that the Madhya Pradesh government presented today is a pack of lies. It is directionless, hopeless and just a maze of data. It was expected that in this Budget, the government would reduce VAT to provide relief to the public from petrol-diesel prices and the Congress government's farm loan waiver scheme would be carried forward. There would be a concrete action plan on new employment opportunities, education and health. Besides giving DA and DR to government employees, effective measures should have been provided to to provide relief to industry in view of the Corona pandemic. But all this is missing in the document."
He further said, "Surprisingly, the BJP government, which is in power for 15 years, is still talking about providing tap water to every household. Even after 15 years, besides showing false dreams of development, nothing has been done for farmers, the youth, generating employment or taking concrete measures to increase the per capita income of the residents of the state. Contrary to the expectations of the people, there is nothing new in this budget."

--IANS snp/ash