From the top class industrialists to the middle class families and the poor farmers, everybody is expecting of getting something good out of the upcoming budget 2019.
What special things will come out from the budget 2019 and how it will affect the lives of the poor farmers and how politician can get political benefit from budget are some of the interesting things to know about.
So, APN in its popular show Mudda, has chosen this topic for discussion with Anchorperson Himanshu Dikshit along with Industrialist Rajat Mehra, APN consultant Govind Pant Raju, Congress spokesperson Rafat Fatima and Economist Sharad Kohli, RLD leader Ajay Pramukh and NCP spokesperson Ashok Dhatrak and BJP leader Tilak Raj.
Sharad Kohli was the first to speak and said “Everybody is eagerly waiting for the budget and with good hope, farmers are expecting something better and the unemployed youths are also expecting for more job opportunities and employment.”
He also added that “The govt will not lose the opportunity of wooing the voters on a large scale and will definitely bring something good for farmers, youths, industrialists, educationists, and the budget will be made accordingly.
Rajat Mehra said “The interim budget will definitely have something special for the people belonging to the economically weaker section of the society and it will be made keeping in mind the middle class people as well.”
Ajay Pramukh said “Politicians starts talking about farmers ahead of polls because they (farmers) are just vote bank for such politicians.”
He also added that “Farmers doesn’t want loan waivers, they just want a good amount for their products, and only this can create a healthy life for the poor farmers.”
Rafat Fatima said “The present govt is fooling the innocent people and their previous budgets have failed in fulfilling the promises made and this time also they will not be able to create any wonder for the poor farmers and the unemployed youths.”
Ashok Dhatrak said: “BJP Govt has failed in fulfilling the promises made before the 2014 elections and now the party is ready to make another such promises.”
Govind Pant Raju said “The Govt will announce this budget keeping in mind the huge number of voters who have their eyes on the upcoming budget.”
Tilak Raj said “The BJP Govt is constantly working for the farmers’ upliftment and the upcoming budget is also made accordingly, keeping in mind the poor youths and the unemployed youths.”
Sharad Kohli said “It will be wrong to say that the present Govt has not done anything for the farmers, as they have launched various schemes for the overall developments of the farmers and at the same it can also be witnessed that the farmers are not getting what they were promised. And the reason for this could be the third person sitting between the government and the farmers.”
In an overall discussion it has come to our knowledge that the parties against BJP are naming the upcoming budget as another ‘jumla’ while economist Sharad Kohli feels that the budget will definitely have something or the other for each and every sections of the society.