#BudgetWithIndiaTV: Speaking at the India TV Budget Samvaad, the railway minister heaped praises on the Union Budget 2018-19, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday.
Shrikant Sharma today said that the government is taking several initiatives to prove jobs to the youth, and that more job opportunities have been created than what the party had promised.
Replying to questions from Rajat Sharma at the daylong India TV Budget Conclave here, Gadkari promised to clean up the river Ganga by 80 per cent by March 2019.
#BudgetWithIndiaTV: BJP leader said that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley need not use the word 'Muslim' in his budget speech as all the schemes announced by him will be beneficial for both Hindus and Muslims.
India TV, the country’s leading Hindi news channel, is hosting “Budget Conclave 2018” – a day-long event where leaders from the ruling BJP government and the Opposition will express their views and concerns on the Union Budget 2018-19.
To pay for seeming bout of generosity towards poor, albeit with vote-banks in mind, the finance minister has mopped up huge sums through three or four simple steps, mostly aimed at the middle class.
In the Budget 2017-18, Jaitley had reduced the income tax rate to 5 per cent from 10 per cent under the income slab from Rs 2.5 lakh per annum to Rs 5 lakh per annum.
In 'India TV Samvaad' this time, we will ask questions on all aspects of Union Budget 2018.Rajat Sharma Chairman and Editor-in-Chief
In this day-long conclave, we will be discussing with major stakeholders, the implications of major decisions taken by the government in the Union Budget.
The aim is create
a constructive platform
to build public opinion
about taxation, economy