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Two years to put state's finances on track: Finance minister

Finance minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa on Saturday claimed that it would take two years to put the state's finances back on track. " It would take another two years to improve fiscal health and to bring back economy of state on track," said the minister.

punjab Updated: Oct 07, 2012 11:41 IST
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Finance minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa on Saturday claimed that it would take two years to put the state's finances back on track.

" It would take another two years to improve fiscal health and to bring back economy of state on track," said the minister.

Addressing a gathering at Badrukhan village, Dhindsa added that welfare schemes including free power old-age pension, shagun schemes for dalits and the now infamous Atta dal schemes would be continued.

Dhindsa attacked the Congress, stating: "Congress leaders have no other expect misguiding the state's public."

Dhindsa added that the government had levied the minimum possible taxes on the common man and that the Congress was exaggerating the issue.