Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur on Thursday mentioned that India will obtain double-digit progress in 2021-22 and the “V-shaped recovery” of its economic system has begun on account of steps taken by the federal government during the pandemic.
Replying to the dialogue on the second batch of the Supplementary Demands for Grants within the Lok Sabha, the minister mentioned, “You see the GST collection figures for the last five months, it has crossed the mark of Rs 1 lakh crore every month. This happened due to the steps we had taken during Covid.”
“As a result of those steps, the V-shaped recovery of the economy has begun. Several agencies in the world have said that India will achieve double-digit growth in 2021-22,” he mentioned.
Later, the House handed the supplementary calls for to enable the gross further expenditure of Rs 6.28 lakh crore for the present fiscal. It rejected a minimize movement moved by Rashtriya Loktantrik Party MP Hanuman Beniwal.
Earlier, opening the dialogue, Congress MP from Khadoor Sahib, Jasbir Singh Gill, mentioned that “it seems” that the Budget “has not been presented for the country but for selected states”. “If I begin with highways… Rs 40,000-45,000 crore have been allocated for highways in three to four states where Assembly elections are being held currently.” He additionally praised PM Narendra Modi for his contribution within the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor.
TMC MP Saugata Roy attacked the federal government for rising costs of LPG cylinders and petrol and the proposal concerning disinvestment and privatisation of public sector undertakings. “The government has started selling the nationalised sector, which was built by Pandit (Jawaharlal) Nehru and Indira Gandhi,” Roy mentioned.
NCP member Supriya Sule criticised the federal government for its “extra aggressive efforts” on monetisation. Shiv Sena MP Vinayak B Raut raised the problem of rising costs of gasoline and meals gadgets.
Asking the federal government to step up the Covid vaccination drive, BJD MP Bhartruhari Mahtab mentioned the economic system wants the working age inhabitants to transfer freely.
Modi-ji is incarnation of somebody, says BJP MP from Arunachal
New Delhi: During the dialogue on the second batch of the Supplementary Demands for Grants within the Lok Sabha, BJP MP from Arunachal East, Tapir Gao, mentioned he was “happy to hear” Congress MP Jasbir Singh Gill’s reward for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and mentioned the PM was “not a human” however an “incarnation” of God. (*1*) he mentioned. “By giving thousands of crores…(he) eradicated hardships in the tea gardens of Assam and West Bengal. Yeh kisi Bhagwan ka, Allah ka, kisi ka avatar hain (he is an incarnation of God),” Gao mentioned. —ENS