Raghav 29 January 2020
Hopefully, the government learns from the repercussions being felt in cities/states like Bihar, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, etc and also the way cities/states like Kerela, Hyderabad, and Banglore have raced up and grown. For those who have not figured out, 'Education' is where we should be investing more than campaigns and statues (Yes, they are important but expenditure on such things can be justified only after you are doing at par with other important sectors).
Other than that I think 'Environment' ministry should be allowed a larger chuck out of the budget this time. We have seen where we stand nationally and globally. We should be doing our best to help things from falling off the cliff.
Another thing! Not only administration and disbursement should be under the limelight. The execution of the same and that too without or with least corruption should be ensured.
Not that I am very hopeful, but maybe Nirmala Seetharaman can do things differently this time. She has been wonderful in her speeches and interviews. This budget is very crucial and may even be the reason behind the fall of BJP rule or at least the disliking to exponentially rise across the country. #sabchanganahisi
Harshit Bakshi 29 January 2020
year has been really depreciative in terms of economy growth, the market sens*x might have been the same, but the employment and business opportunities has been critical since that time. I see a lot of parameters which need to be worked upon such as health care, education, agriculture and textile. According to me, these are the core components which need to be looked upon. Plus public transport should be easily accessible so that it brings down the level of pollution. The year's starting has been good for the central government because of the criticism but hoping for a wonderful budget which might divert the attention of the people and change the perspective about the current governance.
Anukriti Sharma 29 January 2020
I really hope that tax exemption limit is raised. Given the deplorable conditions on economic front it is very important to leave households with disposable income to increase expenditure thereby boosting economy.
Shantanu Ashima Gaur 29 January 2020
A nation's true progress is judged by how well it's doing is judged by its education sector and how is it handling its environmental crisis. so i am expecting and hoping the government will give priority to these areas.
sheryansh sachan 29 January 2020
In order for generating employment, the budget should also consider further incentives for boosting Make in India and look into new mechanisms to prevent whole-sale dumping of goods by many countries into India, specifically in the area of solar energy. Given the deceleration in economic growth the FM may be compelled to look at measures both for immediate impact and for longer term growth. The budget will have to play a fine balancing act between managing the deficit and providing a boost to flagging economic growth. Also, India's ease of doing business ranking improved last year from 77th to 63rd. The government needs to push ahead with sustained regulatory reforms to provide a conducive business environment.
Sitharaman will be judged for the choice she makes in this Budget. The challenge before her is to restore one of the twin engines of growth-- consumption and investment. The mid-course correction in corporate tax rates hardly moved the needle. The interest rate cuts by the RBI haven't packed much punch.
And environment par waise india won't focus much but will work on river water management that's what i feel Bakki it won't specifically say much about environment Cause last year se she hasn't been considering environment. Yeh pattern hai but still Maybe iss year karle but as Trump give no f**ks toh india, koi nhi no f**k hi dena hai Cause USA se chahiye FDI.