Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Tuesday said the budget presented by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will lay a blueprint for India for the next 25 years.
"The Union Budget presented in the 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav year, is aimed at achieving the vision of India@100 set out by Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi ji. The #Budget2022 presented is formulated keeping in mind to enhance the 'Gati & Shakti' of the economy for the bright future of the country, giving true justice to every sector of the economy," Sawant said in a tweet.
"I am sure that this exercise is indeed a Blueprint for the next 25 yrs i.e. 'Amrit Kaal' as said by FM," the Chief Minister added.
Meanwhile, leader of opposition Digambar Kamat attacked Sitharaman, saying that she skipped mentioning about Rs 300 crore grants announced for 60 years of Goa Liberation celebration.
"Union Finance Minister @nsitharaman conspicuously skips mentioning in Action Taken Report of Budget 2021-22 about so-called ₹300 Cr Grants announced for 60 years of Goa Liberation Celebrations. @BJP4India another Jumla Annoucement stands exposed. #Budget2022 #GhaatkiPaatkiBJP," Kamat said in a tweet.