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Special attention was given to Uttarakhand in the budget, green hydrogen mission will benefit – Ravi Shankar Prasad

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the General Budget 2023 in Parliament on February 1. To count whose merits, former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad reached the BJP headquarters in Dehradun. Where he put the merits of the General Budget 2023 in front of the media and tried to explain how much the country would develop with this budget. During this, he said that this is the best budget ever. Ravi Shankar Prasad, who reached Dehradun, enumerated the merits of the Modi government’s central budget in the BJP office. Ravi Shankar described this budget as the best budget ever. He said that the aim of the central government is to make the budget accessible to the people. For which the central leadership of BJP has entrusted the responsibility of senior leaders in all the states. Basically the target is to take the information of the budget to the poor. He said that the world was troubled during the Kovid period. Yet the Modi government stood with the poor and the general public. The central government is giving free food grains to the poor and has also made high quality plans for the farmers. For which an arrangement of two thousand crores has been made. Today coarse grains are being transported all over the world. Which the Modi government has given the name of Shri Anna Yojana.

Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the Union Budget of 2023-24 will pave the way for the welfare of the poor and farmers and building a developed India. Uttarakhand will especially benefit from the provisions made in the budget for Shri Anna Yojana, agriculture, tourism and infrastructure. The Union Budget is in the interest of the people of the country. The roadmap for the development of the poor, farmers, youth and women is at the core of the budget for 2023-24. Ravi Shankar Prasad said that at a time when the whole world is suffering from the effects of Russia-Ukraine war, India is scaling new heights of development. The International Monetary Fund has predicted that India’s GDP will grow at a rate of 6.8 percent. This shows that India is a shining economy in the world. He hoped that the talented youth of Uttarakhand would take advantage of the startups starting in the agriculture sector.

He said that a provision of Rs 63 thousand crore has been made in the budget for digitization and other schemes in the cooperative sector, which will also benefit Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand is going to get the most benefit from the Prime Minister’s goal of taking India’s millet to the world. Because the economy of most of the small farmers here is dependent on the production of coarse grains like Mandua, Jhingora and Ramdana. Ravi Shankar said Rs 10 lakh crore has been allocated for infrastructure and Rs 2,40,000 crore for railways in the budget, out of which Rs 5,004 crore has been allocated for Uttarakhand alone. At the same time, on not giving the long-awaited green bonus to Uttarakhand in the budget, he said that there is a plan to develop hydrogen energy worth Rs 35,000 crore in this budget, which will benefit all the Himalayan states.

After this Ravi Shankar Prasad also participated in a meeting of intellectuals and talked in detail about the positive changes brought in the country after 2014. Especially on the economic front, he discussed India’s growing economy despite the worldwide recession due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war