Mumbai The central government has announced the budget today. However, Mumbaikars are not looking very happy with this budget. Reacting to the budget, people from Mumbai’s World Famous Box said, “We had high hopes for this budget, but nothing happened except disappointment.” Subhash Talekar of Dabbawala said that on the one hand Corona has taken away people’s jobs, on the other hand the people are suffering from inflation. Prices of diesel, petrol and essential medicines are constantly rising. In such a scenario, we hoped that the government would give some relief to the people in case of inflation, but unfortunately that did not happen.

This is the election budget
Reacting to the budget, NCP leader and Maharashtra Water Resources Minister Jayant Patil tweeted, “This election is a budget.”

The budget is ruining the country
Maharashtra Congress state president Nana Patole told Navbharat Times Online on the budget that the budget brought by the central government was leading the country to ruin. He said there was no attempt to raise the issue of inflation in this budget. No benefit has been given to the food givers of the country i.e. farmers. With this budget, the Modi government has once again prepared a blueprint for the sale of public property in the country. The Modi government has been misleading the people of the country for the last 7 years in the same way it has done in this budget. The government has also forgotten about employees and small traders in the budget. The government is pursuing its privatization drive through this budget.

BJP welcomed the budget
BJP MP Manoj Kotke has welcomed the budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented by the Center. “We have to be as far-sighted and courageous as PM Modi and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman,” he tweeted. He said the budget also outlines the next 25 years. This budget is the budget of a self-reliant India.

Manoj Kotke said that this budget will also increase the railway infrastructure. The 400 new generation Vande Mataram train will provide better facilities to the passengers in the next 3 years.

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