Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the media in Parliament on the first day of the budget session in New Delhi on January 31, 2023 | Photo credit: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar
Amid the current global economic downturn, the whole world will be watching India’s 2023 budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said ahead of the first day of the budget session in parliament.
Modi said this year’s budget will not only try to fulfill the hopes and aspirations of the common man in India, but will also be a beacon of hope for the world.
“I have full confidence that Nirmala [Sitharaman] ji will do everything possible to meet these expectations,” he told the media ahead of the finance minister’s budget presentation.
“The BJP-led NDA government had one goal, one motto, one goal, and the core idea of our working culture has been ‘India First, Citizen of India’. on board “. Our compatriots come first,” he said.
Mr Modi said President Draupadi Murmu’s first address to both Houses of Parliament jointly was a matter of great pride for the country as it was an “opportunity to respect women and respect the great tribal tradition of our country”. “.
“The finance minister of our country is also a woman, she comes before the country tomorrow with another budget. In today’s global situation, not only India but the whole world’s attention is on India’s budget.
The Prime Minister also invited opposition leaders to discuss the new budget. “There will also be a debate in the budget session… and I’m sure all of our opposition friends will present their views to the House after studying [the Budget] closely with excellent preparation.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the Modi government’s final full-fledged Union budget ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on February 1. The economic study will be filed on January 31 after the president’s speech.
The first part of Parliament’s budget session will continue until February 10. Parliament will meet again on March 12 and continue until April 6.