Inclusive, people friendly: Prahlad Singh Patel
Union Minister of State for Food Processing Industry, Prahlad Singh Patel says, “Union Budget of Modi Government is inclusive, public friendly and efficient for overall development of the country. In the budget, Government has paid attention to middle class, women, youngsters and farmers and every sector. Per capita income has been more than doubled upto Rs 1.97 lakh this year. The Government has succeeded in incredible success in connecting 81 lakh self-help groups under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana Rashtriya Grammen Aajivika Mission for financially strengthening the women while annual interest of 7.5 percent for saving of Rs 2 lakh for women and girls is a welcome move. The budget of Rs 500 crore has been increasing in PLI Scheme of Food Processing Industry Ministry which has been increased from Rs 1022 crore to Rs 1530 crore.
Investment of Rs 75,000 crore will be made to strengthen logistics which will improve Food Processing Sector and India will become global hub of millet crops. Agriculture accelerator fund will promote agriculture start-up while budget of Rs 20 lakh crore has been given for agriculture loan.
Caters to all sections: MP Rakesh Singh
Chief Whip of BJP in Lok Sabha and Member of Parliament Rakesh Singh says, “Union Budget 2023 envisages to fulfill expectations of poor, deprived, farmers, women, youngsters and other sectors for next 25 years. Government has given new way to women empowerment by providing 7.5 per cent annual interest on saving of Rs 2 lakh while Kaushal Vikas Yojana 2.0 will ensure employment to youngsters through opening of Skill India Centres and Agriculture start-ups. Increasing tax slab upto Rs 7 lakh has provided a big relief to middle class families. Government will help one crore farmers for promotion of Natural Farming while 10,000 bio raw material resource centres. The Government has given budget of Rs 2.40 lakh crore for development of railways. The country is celebrating Amrit Mahotsava and entire world is witnessing and applauding the strength of India. This Amrit Budget will accelerate the pace of economic development of the country.
Vision of future India: Ashok Rohani
MLA, Cantt, Ashok Rohani has termed the Union Amrit Budget 2023 as vision of future India and fulfilled the expectation of middle class families, women, youngsters, employees while it will also boost business and industrial development. Long awaited demand of increasing tax slab has been fulfilled while budget provisions for infrastructure development, railway, education and agriculture sector will ensure integrated development and strengthening the economy.
Big relief to every section: Prabhat Sahu
BJP, District President Prabhat Sahu has expressed gratitude towards Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman for providing big relief to every section of the society in Amrit Union Budget 2023.
Increasing taxable slab has fulfilled the long awaited expectation of middle class families while provision of 7.5 percent annual interest on Rs 2 lakh saving of women is a big relief for women. Union Budget 2023 will pave the way for development of infrastructure, railway, urban development and generating new employment opportunities for overall development of the country in a long run.
Will boost economic growth: Dr Narendra Shukla
HoD (Management), Dr Narendra Shukla says, “The provisions of increasing tax slab for middle class employees, strengthening start-up ecosystem, increasing domestic production and increasing budget for railway projects increased potential for generating new employment opportunities. New Digital Locker Scheme for MSME and relaxation of 95 percent return for MSME affected during pandemic and provision of Rs 2 lakh crore to boost FMCG sector and promotion of manufacturing sector will materialize Make in India concept. Vishwakarma Kushal Samman will emphasise the skill education while National Digital Library, opening 150 new Eklavya Schools are improve education sector. Promotion of millet crops as Shri Anna will improve rural economy. Union Budget 2023 will not only accelerate the economic development of country and also provide relief from inflation to common people”.
Will benefit farm sector, farmers: Raghvendra Patel
Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, National Publicity In-charge, Raghvendra Patel says, “The Government’s initiatives in the Union Budget will give several benefits to farmers and agriculture sector in a long run. Farmers had several other expectations as reduction in cost of agricultural products, increasing Kisan Samman Nidhi and checking GST on agricultural products. Provisions for organic farming, Anna Yojana, agriculture loan, fishery and horticulture in the budget will give long term results. Bharatiya Kisan Sangh has welcomed the Union Budget and hopeful that the Government will further consider the curtailment of GST on agriculture products and increasing Kisan Samman Nidhi”.
Will strengthen MSME: Dr Devendra Vishwakarma
Youth Economic Council, National President and EC Member Dr Devendra Vishwakarma has said that the Union Budget 2023 will definitely strengthen MSME and agriculture sector. Budget for establishment of 50 new airports and 66 percent hike in budget for PM Aawas Yojana, 38,800 teachers in 740 Eklavya Schools, Rs 20 lakh crore for agriculture loan, 157 new nursing colleges, investment of Rs 75,000 crore including Rs 15,000 from private resources and transport projects for steel, ports, fertilizer, coal and food grains will not only bring commercial development but also open new opportunities for employment and self-employment. Employees, businessmen, industrials, women, students and youngsters will be benefited with the union budget.
Relief to middle class families: D R Jeswani
Mahakaushal Udyog Sangh, Working President, D R Jeswani has also welcomed the Union Budget 2023 and expressed his gratitude towards Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman for giving impetus to every section of the society. Along with providing a big relief to middle class families, the Government has given thrust to desired development of agriculture, trade and industry, education, transportation, auto-mobile, medical and aviation sectors. MSME Section has been given a big relief of assistance by the Government to cope-up several medium, small and micro industrial units from debts of pandemic. Government has also paid attention on infrastructure development in rural and urban areas while promotion of green energy through electronic vehicles will prove a significant step towards fuel and energy efficiency.