Opposition trains guns on government, tweets with #AakhriJumlaBudget

Written by February 1, 2019 16:22

New Delhi: Even as the Interim Budget is being hailed by economists and analysts for its universal appeal and outreach to all sections, the Opposition doesn’t see any merit in it.

Addressing a press conference, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram said, “It is a not a vote on account but an account on votes.”

Rahul Gandhi too hit out at the government, calling it an affront to farmers.

“Five years of your incompetence and arrogance has destroyed the lives of our farmers. Giving them Rs 17 a day is an insult to everything they stand and work for,” Rahul Gandhi said.  

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