Interim Budget 2024: Key Highlights

 - Sakshi Post

The Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget in the Lok Sabha. The Finance Minister introduced the budget in digital form. The Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the interim budget on Thursday.

Before this, the Finance Minister convened with her ministry team for a photo session to mark the budget preparation. Accompanied by Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chaudhary, Minister of State for Finance Bhagwat Karad, and senior ministry officials, she proceeded to Rashtrapati Bhavan to seek President Draupadi Murmu's approval on the interim budget.

Highlights of FM's Budget Speech

  • This is the people's budget.
  • The economy has made phenomenal progress in the last ten years.
  • India's economy is being run under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
  • The Union Government is committed to the development of all the people of the country.
  • Responsible decisions have strengthened the economy.
  • In ten years, the economy has reached a high level.
  • 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas'... That is our mantra.
  • With the new reforms, new entrepreneurs have emerged.
  • We have provided houses, gas, and water to everyone in the past ten years.
  • We have significantly reduced corruption.
  • We have overcome the biggest crisis of the century, Covid.
  • We have overcome Covid and achieved development.
  • We will win with a huge majority in the coming period.
  • In our view, GDP means governance, development, and performance.
  • The standard of living of the people has significantly increased.
  • There has been an increase in people's income.
  • We have made qualitative progress with tax reforms.
  • We have succeeded in curbing inflation.
  • We have increased transparency in governance.
  • We have provided Mudra loans to 30 crore women.
  • We have provided employment to 9 crore women.
  • We have provided free electricity for up to 300 units to one crore houses.
  • We have provided up to 300 units of electricity to one crore houses under the rooftop solar system.
  • With the PM Vishwakarma Yojana scheme, we are supporting the craftsmen. Ayushman Bharat for all aspiring workers.
  • Corpus fund for the private sector with one lakh crore.
  • We are strengthening the medical field. Anganwadi centres have been upgraded.
  • We have succeeded in curbing inflation.
  • Vision for developed India... Our mission is to build a prosperous India.
  • Our mission is to provide an opportunity for everyone to excel to their potential, in harmony with nature and modern infrastructure.
  • Unprecedented development will be seen in the next five years by gaining the confidence of all.
  • We provide 70,000 houses to women under the PM Housing Scheme.
  • Europe's economic indicator is changing as a game-changer for the country.
  • By bringing together efforts for demographics, democracy, and diversity, we can fulfill the aspirations of every Indian.
  • On the occasion of Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke of not limiting opportunities in the country, We must recognize the topic he discussed about setting limits in the sky.
  • Providing timely economic resources, technology, education, and adequate efforts for moderate labour are important aspects.
  • We strive to achieve more stable growth in line with the Panchamrit goals.
  • Efforts are underway to provide fuel security and to provide fuel to everyone evenly.
  • The committee examines the feasibility of setting up more colleges through current hospital resources.
  • The government is making efforts to bring down various programs currently in place under a single roof.
  • We strive to increase vaccination coverage through the new New Vaccine Program.
  • We aim to achieve a developed India by 2047.
  • Social justice is part of our governance approach. Social justice is only a political slogan for many.
  • In the past few years, we have taken steps to rehabilitate 25 crore people.
  • Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana scheme has benefited 38 lakh farmers.
  • We have created 10 lakh jobs. We provide Rs. 34 lakh crore through DBT to the people.
  • We are covering 11.8 crore people through the farmer insurance scheme.
  • We educate 1.4 crore youth through skill development.
  • We have put an end to injustice and family governance in the country.
  • We have established 3000 new ITIs. We encourage women through vocational methods.
  • We provided Mudra scheme loans to 30 crore women. Women are progressing in higher education.
  • 43% of women students are in STEM courses.
  • We have increased women's participation in the job market.
  • Triple talaq is abolished and one-third of seats for women in Lok Sabha.
  • We provide 70% of rural households to women (under the PM Housing Scheme), which enhances their dignity.
  • Opportunities are available to everyone. Efforts are being made to correct systematic faults.

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