Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the General Budget in Parliament on Monday for the year 2021-22. In the midst of the epidemic, this year's crisis-free budget has been announced for health and disinvestment. At the same time, no announcement has been made for this serviceman in this budget. In the era of a global epidemic, the elderly who are 75 years or more are relieved from filing income tax.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the budget for 2021-22. During the global pandemic, it was expected that something special would be found in the health sector towards the Modi government. In view of the corona, the Modi government has increased the budget for the health sector considerably and has also introduced a special scheme. The Modi government gave the gift of a self-reliant health scheme to the people of the country through the budget.
Know what the farmers sitting on the strike got in the budget
Nirmala Sitharaman reiterated her budget speech, Health, and Disinvestment, once again pledging to double the income of farmers. He said that our government is determined to double the income of farmers by the year 2022. Finance Minister Sitharaman said that we have tried to give farmers one and a half times more than the cost. More than 75 thousand crores have been given to farmers and one and a half times MSP has been given. Along with this, the Finance Minister has set a target to emphasize government procurement from farmers, accelerate payments to farmers, and double farmers' income.
Know what is special for farmers this time
75060 crores allocated for wheat to farmers.
Allocation of Rs 1 lakh 72 thousand 752 crores for paddy purchase in 2021.
The agricultural credit target is 16.5 lakh crore in 2021-22. Operation Green Scheme will cover 22 perishable crops.
Announcement of 40 thousand crores for the rural infra fund.
1 thousand new mandis, form credit target for E-Nam.
Aim to double farmers' income by 2022.
Declaration of Agricultural Infrastructure Fund for Farmers.
Procurement on MSP will continue, 5 big fishing hubs will be built in the country. These will be in cities like Kochi, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Paradip, and Petuaghat.
1 thousand crores for tea laborers in Bengal.
Multipurpose Sea-Vid Park to be built in Tamil Nadu.
Automobile and business sector
Vehicles can be cheap, vehicle announcement will benefit vehicle buyers
Fada says auto OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) (OEMs) will benefit from the government's 7.5 percent reduction in customs duty on steel products. So we hope that this benefit will reach the customers as well, which will help to increase the demand.
Budget 2021: Disinvestment in these government companies, know which companies will end the government's rights
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget today. During this, he informed that the government has set a target of raising Rs. 2 lakh crore from disinvestment in the financial year 2021-22, which is about Rs. 35 thousand crores less than the previous financial year 2020-21.
Budget 2021: Nirmala Sitharaman's gift, double the budget allocated for the MSME sector
In the Union Budget 2021, an allocation of Rs 15,700 crore has been made for the Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that we have taken many steps in this budget to support the MSME sector.
Bank and railway sector Budget 2021: Government will establish 'Bad Bank', know what its objectives are
Budget 2021: Government will establish 'Bad Bank', know what its objectives are
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has decided to create a 'bad bank' to get banks out of the NPA. This bad bank will be known as Development Finance Institution. The main objective of the establishment of this bank is to get banks out of submerged debt.
Budget 2021: Railways will spend 1.10 lakh crores, 3 lakh crores will be spent on roads, know the big budget announcement
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made several important announcements in the Union Budget 2021-22. Large packages were given for rail, metro, road, etc. However, the budget also focused on those states where BJP is not in government.
Budget 2021: National Rail Scheme-2030: Investment of one lakh crore will be done, big lines will be hundred percent electrified
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has introduced the National Rail Scheme -2030 for the investment of more than one lakh crore for the rejuvenation of the railway world in the country. Under this, 100% electrification of major lines will be done by December 2023, while metro, metro line projects will be implemented between different cities.
Budget 2021: Railways will spend 1.10 lakh crore rupees, all trains will run by electricity by 2023
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the General Budget for the year 2021-22 on Monday. This time, the Finance Minister has announced to give a big gift to the Railways while presenting the budget by reading from the Made in India tab instead of juggling.
Budget 2021: Monetization of freight corridor will be a big challenge for railways
Several important announcements related to Indian Railways have been made in the budget. In his speech, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that resources like Railway's Dedicated Freight Corridor, NHAI's Toll Road, Airport will be brought under the ambit of Asset Monetization Management.
Farmers and Jewelry Sector Budget 2021 India: Farmers' income will double by next year, provision of Rs 16.5 lakh crore for loan
Budget 2021 India: Farmers' income will double by next year, provision of Rs 16.5 lakh crore for loan
In the General Budget 2021-22, a big deal has been given to the farmers and people associated with the agricultural sector. The government claims that by next year the income of the country's farmers will double. In his speech, the Finance Minister announced to try to give farmers one and a half times more than their cost.
Union Budget 2021: Efforts to help farmers with a budget of 16.5 lakh crores, comparison of wheat-paddy purchase from 2013-14
In the Union Budget 2021, the Modi government presented the budget figures for the agriculture sector. During this period, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a budget of Rs 16.5 lakh crore for the agriculture sector, which was increased compared to last year.
Budget 2021: Farmers disappointed with a budget, said - Government did not solve any problem
The Union Government failed to win the trust of farmers from Budget 2021. Most of the farmers described the announcements made for the farmers in the Budget 2021 as inadequate and said that the government had failed to touch the basic issues on which the farmers of the entire country are on the streets today.
Budget 2021: Gold, silver to be cheaper, import duty cut by five percent
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her budget proposals has announced a drastic reduction in import duty on gold and silver. The finance minister has cut import duty on gold and silver by 5 percent. It is known that currently, 12.5 percent import duty has to be paid on gold.
Health and Direct-Indirect Taxes Sector Budget 2021: The government's emphasis on health, will spend 2.32 lakh crore on health
Budget 2021: The government's emphasis on health, will spend 2.32 lakh crore on health
Looking at Budget 2021, it seems that Corona converted the budget of the entire country into a health budget. Taking unprecedented steps, the government increased the health budget by 137 percent. The health budget of last year's 92 thousand crore rupees was increased to two lakh 32 thousand 846 crores this year. Read full news here
Union Budget 2021: Special attention to health in the budget, Finance Minister announced self-sufficient healthy India plan
Already in this corona period, it was expected that the health sector would get a lot from the budget and it happened. The budget for the health sector has been increased and at the same time, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman gifted the people of the country the Self-Reliant Healthy India Scheme.
Budget 2021: No change in income tax slab, but these big changes related to tax in the budget
Today, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the country's budget. There is no tax relief to the employed people from this budget. While the taxpayers were expecting that Sitharaman would give some gift. Even though the Modi government did not give anything to the jobbers this time, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has made some important tax-related announcements today.
Union Budget 2021: If you are a common taxpayer, then what for you in the budget?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the General Budget 201-22. If you are an income taxpayer and want to know what you got in this budget and whatnot, then this news has been prepared specially for you in bullet points.
Sports, Insurance, State and Defense Sector Corona hit on sports budget, Rs 230 crore cut over last year
Corona hit on sports budget, Rs 230 crore cut over last year
The impact of the corona epidemic was also seen on the sports budget presented by the central government on Monday. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman released Rs 2596.14 crore for the financial year 2021-22 for the Games. This means that Rs 230.78 crore was cut this time compared to last year.
Budget 2021: Government's big decision on insurance sector, FDI was increased by 74 percent
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced that now up to 74% of FDI will be available in the insurance sector. Earlier, only 49 percent was allowed here. In addition, a charter has been announced for investors. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the start-up companies. Under this, about one percent of companies read the whole news without any cry here
Budget 2021: Bumper declaration of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for these electoral states including Bengal, know what was found?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented the country's first paperless budget amid the Corona epidemic. He referred to a line by Nobel laureate litterateur and poet Rabindranath Tagore at the beginning of the budget speech.
Defense Budget 2021: Defense Minister expresses gratitude, the ex-army officer said - Do not get excited, nothing special
The stock market has welcomed the Union Finance Minister's budget. The Prime Minister has praised it. The three forces facing dual challenges along the Pakistan-China border had high expectations from Budget 2021-22. In the budget of the Finance Minister, about 4.78 lakh crore rupees are proposed for the defense sector.
Real State, Education and Electronics Sector
Budget 2021: Additional tax exemption of one and a half lakh on housing loan extended till March 2022
In the general budget, it has been announced to extend the additional tax deduction of Rs 1.5 lakh on housing loan interest payment by one year till March 31, 2022, for the purchase of cheap houses. The move may help increase demand in the sluggish real estate sector.
Union Budget 2021: Central University gift to Higher Education Commission, Leh, 15 thousand Adarsh schools to be made
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman made several big and important announcements while presenting the budget for the financial year 2021-22 in Parliament. The Union Finance Minister said that a Central University will be established in Leh. With this, 100 new Sainik Schools will also be opened across the country.
Budget 2021: From mobile to the charger and solar lamps will be expensive, see the full list
In the General Budget 2021, the government has decided to increase import duties on many electronic products along with mobile phone parts and chargers. The government has taken this step to promote domestic production. With this decision of the government, many gadgets and electronic products such as chargers, cables along mobile phones will be expensive.
Budget 2021: a blow to the common man from the general budget, mobile and charger will be expensive
The government has decided to increase the import duty on mobile phone parts and chargers. The government has taken this step to increase local value addition. This can make mobile phones expensive.
Here are some major news related to the budget.
Budget 2021: Who gave the blow to the finance minister and who got the gift? Know 10 big things
Today, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2021-22. From the common man to the health and auto sectors, everyone had high expectations from this budget. Let's know who got what from the Finance Minister's box.
What will be the impact of the finance minister's economic vaccine lying in your pocket?
Today, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the country's budget for the financial year 2021-22. All sections were expected by this budget. In this budget, an effort was made to give relief to the people. But the serviceman did not get any gift. Let's know who got the gift from the Finance Minister's box in this budget and who was disappointed.
Budget 2021: Know which things are cheap and which items will have to be loose on purchase
The budget was presented in 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 all times, this time too after the budget some things became expensive and some things became cheaper. Let us tell you what effect it will have on your everyday life.
Budget 2021: Who appreciated, who did not like, read who said what on the budget
If anyone is angry with Budget 2021, then someone has also praised. The stock market is reeling after the budget. Let's know who has said about the budget for 2021?
Budget Highlights 2021: Finance Minister Sitharaman said - this budget presented in difficult circumstances
The country's general budget has been presented in the Parliament. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has finished her budget speech. The general income taxpayers have not received any relief in Budget 2021. Only those above 75 years of age will no longer be required to file income tax returns.
Budget 2021 India: Announcement of implementation of minimum wage code for workers, know benefits
Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget of 2021-22 on Monday. In the budget speech, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced the implementation of a minimum wage code for every class of workers. It will be launched for migrant and unorganized workers. It is estimated that this will benefit about 50 crore workers of the country.
Budget 2021: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman press conference, said - the economy will be strong
After presenting the Budget 2021-22 in Parliament, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a press conference on Monday that this budget is going to strengthen the country's economy. The Finance Minister said that this budget has come at a time when we have decided to give momentum to the economy once again.
'Road network of power' ready from 'network of roads', targeting voters in electoral states
Seeking power from the network of roads, the Finance Minister in this budget prepared such a roadmap, which passed through the electoral states. In the budget, billions of rupees have been given to facilitated 'highways' to cover the route from West Bengal to Tamil Nadu and Assam to Kerala.
Declaration of returns for the elderly not more than 75 years old, forgotten
Most people may be disappointed with the General Budget -2021, but even the announcement made for the elderly above 75 years will not make them happy. In the budget proposal, the elderly are allowed to file income tax returns, whose income is only from pension or fixed deposits in banks or FD.