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Union Budget 2021: Amit Shah terms budget all-inclusive, a guide to self-reliant India

Shah lauded the budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and said the "all-inclusive budget" was prepared under the guidance of the Prime Minister amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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Published on 1 Feb 2021 12:28 PM GMT

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Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday termed the Budget 2021-22 a guide to "self-reliant India" and said it has strengthened Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts towards doubling farmers' income and making India the fastest growing economy in the world.

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In a series of tweets in Hindi, Shah lauded the budget presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and said the "all-inclusive budget" was prepared under the guidance of the Prime Minister amidst the coronavirus pandemic. "This will pave the way for a self-reliant India, a USD 5 trillion economy and double the income of farmers," he said.

He thanked the Prime Minister for earmarking Rs 35,000 crore for vaccine against coronavirus. "Our sensitive Prime Minister @narendramodi has announced Rs 35,000 crore fund for vaccination against coronavirus. This shows Modi's resolve to make India coronavirus free. I thank Modiji for this".

https://twitter.com/AmitShah/status/1356174274050936837

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