Central Government Budget Focused On Self-Reliant India: Dr. Dinesh Sharma

The budget presented by the Narendra Modi government at the center has been strongly appreciated by Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma. Dr. Sharma said in his reaction to the Union Government’s budget on Monday that this budget has proved that India will show the way to the world under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that if the budget presented in Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today, the country economy will get a lot of strength and India will become an economy of five trillion. He said that the central government’s emphasis is on quality improvement and research in the education sector. Higher education will get a new direction with the formation of Higher Education Commission. He said that the budget laid emphasis on inclusive growth. In this, the system of creating a healthy India has been conceived. This is the budget of every section of the society including the poor, women, farmers and youth. It talks about inclusive growth.
State Deputy CM said that the formation of Higher Education Commission in the field of higher education is a revolutionary step which will help in quality development with better coordination among institutions working in the field of higher education. This will give a new direction to higher education. Establishment of Eklavya schools in tribal areas is a step towards education for all. Dr. Sharma said that to encourage research in the country, the arrangement of 50 thousand crores under the National Research Foundation is the best initiative. This will give new positive directions to the abilities of the youth. The seeds of innovation will be able to get the fertilizers water from which they will be able to produce the fruits of national interest by becoming trees. Announcement of incentives for startups will be helpful in entrepreneurship development. Due to changes in the tax sector, the elderly above 75 years will no longer need to file ITR. The pension is exempt from tax.