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On February 1, 2021, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will current the Budget for the Financial Year 2021-2021.
Nirmalaji has requested us to ship the finance ministry inputs in order that the federal government can put together an all-inclusive Budget, one that may incorporate the wants of its folks.
In a month-long collection, A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com will converse to Indians throughout the land about what their expectations from Budget 2021 are.
Shivraj Ganpatrao Vanarse, 29, is a newspaper agent who lives in Neknoor.
The city, which is situated in Maharashtra’s Beed district, has a inhabitants of round 30,000 folks.
After finishing Class 10, Shivraj — who comes from an agricultural household — determined to not go to school. Instead, he launched his personal enterprise as a newspaper distributor, a enterprise that now has 2,300 clients. He additionally opened a store that offered sneakers.
“I lost interest in studying when I started earning money,” he says candidly.
A bachelor, Shivraj lives in a joint household along with his mother and father and his married brother, who has two youngsters. Both his sisters are married as nicely.
Shivraj says he earns round Rs 25,000 each month, which is sufficient for him to take care of his household.
This is what he wish to inform the finance minister:
Please spend extra on hospitals. During the pandemic there was a scarcity of beds. Please improve the variety of beds.
You must also spend extra on schooling, solely then will the long run be vivid for our youngsters.
People haven’t got jobs; they need to be given financial institution loans to start out their very own enterprise.
Petrol/diesel could be very costly. Please cut back the tax on that.
The worth of gasoline has turn into very excessive. Please cut back the value. Every month you might be growing it; please do not.
Cooking oil has turn into very costly; the value must be lowered.
The costs of fertilisers are very excessive. Please cut back GST on them. Farmers are discovering it tough to deal with such excessive costs.
IMAGE: Shivraj Ganpatrao Vanarse. Photograph: Kind courtesy Shivraj Ganpatrao Vanarse
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