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P Chidambaram called the budget hollow, say - what kind of comedy

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the general budget of the country on Friday. There are different types of reactions coming up about this budget. Meanwhile, P Chidambaram, who was finance minister in the UPA government, termed the budget hollow. Also, it is not clear what the government wants to say in the budget.
P. Chidambaram dismisses Modi government's budget (File- India Today Archive)
Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram said that the budget speech of Nirmala Sitharaman is unclear. By listening to this speech, you can not know what the government wants to do. He said, "The government does not tell people what is the total fiscal deficit, whom are they afraid of?" With this, Chidambaram also questioned the budget without mentioning allocation for Defense, Mid Day Mill, MNREGA.
What kind of comedy?
Chidambaram further said that on the announcement of the filing of income tax returns through the Aadhaar card only without PAN card, Chidambaram ticked the trench. He said, 'You will remember that when the Aadhaar was made compulsory for filing ITR, the question arose that when there is a PAN card then what is the need of the base. You are now saying that you can file an ITR without the basis of PAN. I do not understand what this comedy is? I do not understand the need to link the pan and base then. This government first amends the laws, then thinks. '
P Chidambaram, finance minister in the UPA government said that despite digitization, people can not be forced to use cash. He also questioned the Modi government's decision to cede petrol and diesel.

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