Budget 2016: Citizen centric Budget will be focusing on farm sector, job creation and poverty eradication, Jayant Sinha says

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New Delhi: Jayant Sinha- the Minister of State for Finance said that the upcoming budget will be Citizen Centric with the focus on farm sector, job creation and eradication of poverty. Minister- Jayant Sinha made these statements on yesterday, i.e. on Saturday 20th February, 2016.

This year’s Budget i.e. the Budget 2016 which will be the Third Budget of the NDA Government will be presented by the Arun Jaitley- the Finance Minister on 29th day of February, 2016.

It is also notable that the up coming budget of this year, will be the full- fledged Budget of the ruling Government of NDA.

Moreover, as per the statements came from Minister- Sinha, the entire official’s team in the Finance Ministry is working very hard for bringing a full- fledge Budget which will be truly eradicating the poverty. Also the said budget will be bringing prosperity for farmers and also will be helping the massive job creation for young people. Thus, the budget will be providing better quality of life for all citizens, as said by Minister- Sinha.

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Moreover, he further found stating that the Budget will be ensuring the India to continue to be haven of stability and growth in a very turbulent global environment. The statements found in the pre- Budget message disclosed on YouTube channel of Finance Ministry.

Thus, it is found that the core Budget Team of the Finance Minister- Arun Jaitley is including Minister- Sinha, Finance Secretary- Ratan Watal, Revenue Secretary- Hasmukh Adhia, Economic Affairs Secretary- Shaktikanta Das, Financial Services Secretary- Anjuly Chib Duggal and Disinvestment Secretary- Neeraj Gupta.

Moreover, it is also notable that the growth of India was projected unchanged at 7.3 per cent in the current fiscal and 7.5 per cent in the next, as maintained by the International Monetary Fund- IMF.

Moreover, the Finance Minister- Arun Jaitley has already hinted that the upcoming Budget may not be a populist one. Also, as per the Market Experts, the focus of the Budget will be rural economy.

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