Prime Minister of India
Everyone has been taken care of in this interim budget
Concessions to farmers and middle class will obviously have implications in the election.
Interim budget too completely disappoints Delhi.
Delhi continues to be on its own financially.
Member of Parliament
Giving farmers Rs 17 a day is an insult to everything they stand and work for.
This Budget will go a long way in accelerating the process of making a New India which is confident, self- reliant, developed and prosperous.
The budget has met the expectations of farmers, labourers and the middle class.
The whole exercise has turned out to be a damp squib. We have seen one good thing that is tax exemption for the middle class.
The promise of Rs 6,000 per year for small farmers is too little, too late. One single budget cannot solve the agrarian crisis India faces (to Firstpost)
Former Finance Minister
It was not a Vote on Account. It was an Account for Votes.
FM has outlined a good vision in the budget. Small but meaningful changes he has made. Salaried tax player was his focus, and he made meaningful changes.
Former I&B minister
Since morning, govt sources have been sending budget pointers to media houses, if these pointers are there in FM\'s speech then it tantamounts to a leak
Founder & Director
Relaxation in income tax slabs is welcome as it will allow salaried class to make further investments in real estate.
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