Ahead of Parliament’s Budget Session, PM Modi says, ‘World’s eyes on India’s budget amid global uncertainty’
Ahead of the budget session of Parliament, PM Modi said, ‘Amid global uncertainty, the world’s view of India’s budget’.
Ahead of the budget session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the world’s eyes are on India’s budget amid global uncertainty. As the budget session of Parliament begins on Tuesday, the opposition is ready to target the government on various issues including the Adani-Hindenburg row, while the Center has insisted that it is ready to discuss every matter allowed by the rules.
“Amidst the volatile global economic situation, India’s budget will shine a bright ray of hope for the world as it strives to meet the hopes and aspirations of the common citizen – for this, I am confident that Nirmala Sitharaman will make every effort to fulfill those aspirations,” PM Modi said.
The Prime Minister said that the President’s first speech in the Joint Session of Parliament was a matter of pride for our Constitution and especially for respect for women. “The budget session begins today and initially, reliable voices from the economic world have brought a positive message, a ray of hope and the beginning of enthusiasm. Today is important, the President is addressing a joint session of Parliament. For the first time,” he added.
“Our finance minister is also a woman. She will present one more budget before the nation tomorrow. In today’s global scenario, not only India but the whole world is watching India’s budget,” PM Modi said in Parliament.
We will take this budget session forward with the mindset of “India First, Citizen First”. I hope the opposition leaders will present their views in Parliament,” he added.