Introduced into Parliament on 1 February 2020 by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. In this budget, an effort was made to give relief to the people. Like every time, this time too some things have become expensive after the budget and some things will be cheaper. Let us tell you what effect it will have on your everyday life.
Presenting this budget, the Finance Minister gave the longest budget speech so far. Earlier, in 2003, Jaswant Singh gave a speech of two hours 13 minutes. The Finance Minister's speech started at 11 am, which lasted more than two and a half hours. People have high hopes from this budget. Let us know what has become expensive and the prices of which goods have been relieved.
What's cheap in the budget
Soy protein, raw sugar, plastic-chemical became cheaper after the Finance Minister presented the budget. After this budget, skimmed milk, TV and solar batteries for everyday use became affordable. Also, print, platinum, plastic seats and electric cars became cheaper.
What became expensive in the budget
Auto parts, medical equipment, furniture have become expensive after this budget. This will impact consumers' wallets. Tobacco-cigarettes, footwear, mobiles, footwear, and footwear have also become expensive after the budget. Also, water filters, glass items, fans, and mixers have also become expensive.