Politicians react to Budget 2020: No mention of unemployment in Budget, says RaGa

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her second Budget in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term in what is considered to be the most difficult budget in a decade.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has criticized Centre over the Union Budget 2020-21. He described the budget long and redundant with rhetoric.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi described the budget as nothing but ‘hollow’ saying, “Maybe this was the longest Budget speech in history but it had nothing, it was hollow.” The Congress leader further added that the government did not presented any strategic idea on unemployment. “The main issue facing is unemployment. I didn’t see any strategic idea that would help our youth get jobs. I saw tactical stuff but no central idea. It describes govt well, lot of repetition,rambling-it is mindset of govt, all talk, but nothing happening,” he said

An official statement from the Congress party said that it was the longest budget speech and was most lacklustre. It also added that the budget had no real solutions to solve economic crisis. “After Acche Din, New India, it appears govt also abandoned USD 5 trillion economy target. Budget full of piecemeal measures, repackaged schemes, jugglery of tax slabs and no real solutions to solve economic crisis.”

‘Failed to address the current economic slowdown’: Sitaram Yechury slams the Union Budget 2020

CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury slammed the Union Budget 2020 and said that it failed to address the current economic slowdown in the country. “Budget 2020 has completely failed to address the current economic slowdown. It does not have a roadmap on how the economy can be turned around”.

Step-motherly treatment again: Kejriwal on Budget for Delhi

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday alleged that the Union Budget has meted out step-motherly treatment to Delhi again in the Union Budget. Taking to Twitter, he wrote, “Delhi had high expectations from the budget. But once again the Delhiites were given step-motherly treatement. Delhi does not come in BJP’s priority. So why should Delhi vote for BJP? The question is also that when BJP is disappointing Delhi before the elections, will it keep its promises after the elections?”

Congress leader Anand Sharma dismissed the Union Budget 2020 as ‘insipid’ saying, “it lacks stimulus for growth; no clear roadmap for job creation.”

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