Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Sunday that in the fifth and final installment of the economic stimulus package, reforms have been emphasized only. He said that in this installment, focus has been laid on MNREGA, health and education, business, making criminal violations of the Companies Act, ease of doing business, public sector undertakings and resources related to state governments. Earlier the Finance Minister has given information about four installments. In four installments in the last four days, the government had announced a package of about Rs 11 lakh crore. The measures announced include relief for small businesses, street vendors, farmers and poor migrants as well as non-banking financial companies micro finance institutions and power distributors. In the fourth installment on Saturday, the government announced an increase in the foreign investment limit in defense manufacturing. Apart from this, commercial coal mining, auction of mineral blocks, improvement in power distribution, opening of the space sector to private sector improvement in aviation sector etc. were announced. In today's press conference of Finance Minister 10 main things are as follows.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is once again holding a press conference. This is the fourth consecutive day when Nirmala Sitharaman held a press conference regarding the relief package. Announcing the airspace, the Finance Minister said that we will coordinate with the Air Force to make the restriction of India airspace easier and easier. Fuel will be saved and environment will also be damaged. 6 more airports will be auctioned in the third round. The Finance Minister said that 6 airports will be developed under model.
Surjewala alleged, The Finance Minister is putting forth the budget plans only in the name of economic package. Presenting the budget plans as an economic package is a mess with the national interest. He said The announcements made by the Finance Minister in the last three days have only talked about debt. No relief was given to the farmers and laborers.
To enable farmers to get the right price for their produce and to sell their produce to any part of the country the government has decided to introduce a new central law. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman disclosed this during the announcement of the government's relief package for the agricultural sector in Delhi.
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