Budget 2023: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a program today that she too belongs to the middle class of the country and understands the pressure on her very well. The country’s budget will be presented on February 1 and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will try to fulfill the expectations of the general public, state governments and financial institutions.
Modi government did not impose any new tax on middle class – Finance Minister
All the preparations for the budget 2023-24 are almost in the final stage and the biggest challenge before the Finance Minister is how she will be able to give some relief to the middle class who are facing the burden of tax. According to the news published in the Economic Times today, referring to the problems of the middle class, she has assured that she understands their pressure. Along with this, he also mentioned that the Modi government at the center has not imposed any new tax on the middle class.
Said this in the program of RSS magazine
The Finance Minister said this in a program organized by Panchjanya, the weekly magazine of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. He said there that I am also from the middle class, so I understand the pressure on him very well. I identify myself as a middle class family, so I know this. Meanwhile, the Finance Minister also said that the Modi government has not imposed any new type of tax or tax burden on the middle class. Apart from this, income up to Rs 5 lakh has also been kept tax free.
Is middle class going to get relief on income tax?
In fact, for a long time, the middle class believes that a huge burden of tax in the country falls on them because the salaried class is mostly the middle class and the claim of tax on them is in front of everyone. In this budget, if the Finance Minister gives relief to the middle class through tax exemption or other means, then it can be a big gift for them.
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