The SBI chairman said that in the budget speech of the budget minister, the government’s focus is on Ease of Doing Business in Bharatam.
New Delhi: State Bank of India Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara, this time the Union Budget is a leading budget. It provides a roadmap to take physical and financial infrastructure to new heights.
Dinesh Kumar Khara said, “As everyone knows from the beginning the infrastructure is the foundation of a self-reliant India. The capital expenditure has been increased by Rs. 5.54 lakh crore which is 34.5% more than the budget of 2020-2021. Apart from this states and autonomous A provision of 2 lakh crore has been made for the expenditure of the bodies. “
The SBI chairman said, “After a deep analysis, it becomes clear that the finance minister has very accurately tried to meet the demand side expectations by expanding the role of the government through a sharp increase in capital expenditure.
Keeping this fact in mind, the Prime Minister Self-Reliant Healthy India Scheme has been launched.
Dinesh Kumar Khara said that the Central Government has mobilized resources for construction of infrastructure like Bharatmala Project, Roads under National Rail Plan-2030, Metro Rail in Tier-1 and Tier-2 cities and operational management of major ports on PPP basis. Huh.
According to the SBI chairman, the budget has given attention to the practicality of the distribution companies, which they also need. Issues related to the financial system for the basic structure have also been given due attention.
For the financing of infrastructure, it has been decided to create a National Development Financial Institution, which aims to overcome the debt problem.
Dinesh Kumar Khara said that in the budget speech of the budget minister, the government’s focus is on Ease of Doing Business in Bharatam. The Finance Minister has once again repeated his resolve to make the tax system transparent and efficient.
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