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Modi Govt last Budget: Opposition said four years later, farmers and poor people remembered

Even though the Modi government is claiming that this budget gives new heights to the aspirations of the poor, farmers and middle class but the opposition is not accepting it.

The opposition said this budget is full of electoral promises and there are many such promises which cannot be complete in a year.

Giving reaction on the budget, Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “4 years gone; still promising FARMERS a fair price. 4 years gone; FANCY SCHEMES, with NO matching budgets. 4 years gone; no JOBS for our YOUTH. Thankfully, only 1 more year to go.

Delhi CM and AAP Convenor Arvind Kejriwal said, “I had expected some financial assistance to important infrastructure projects for the national capital. Am disappointed that Centre continues its step-motherly treatment to Delhi”

National President Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav tweeted that Poor, Farmer and Labours are disappointed, Unemployed youths frustrated, entrepreneur, women, salaried professionals and common people feel ignored. This budget ignored the problems of people and is the destructive budget. In their last budget, BJP showed that they work with rich people. People will reply.

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