The finance minister Arun Jaitely on Saturday announced six more AIIMS like institutions, including each in Punjab, J-K and Himachal Pradesh.Though the budget was hailed by some, others quoted it as anti-farmer and anti-people.
Leaders from our region took to micro-blogging site twitter and expressed their opinion on the union budget.
Budget: What will increase agricultural production and create required jobs? Also additional burden of excise duty& service tax on all !— Pawan Kumar Bansal (@pawanbansal_chd) February 28, 2015
#Budget2015 will re-ignite the Indian growth story,boost investor confidence,brings tax stability and ease of doing business in the country.— Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) February 28, 2015
Budget fails to address the structural reform issues of the Indian Economy. High on intent & low on delivery. Confusion thru detailing— Manish Tewari (@ManishTewari) February 28, 2015
The proposed new law on black money will delay the deposit of Rs 15 lakhs in each bank account as promised by PM #Budget2015— Dr. Ashwani Kumar (@DrAshwani_Kumar) February 28, 2015