Thursday, February 10, 2011

Budget: Here's what the common man wants

Indrani Roy Mitra & Manu A B in Kolkata and Mumbai

The Union Budget is the annual financial statement of India presented every year on the last working day of February. The Budget is laid before both the Houses of Parliament (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha).

This statement of accounts is valid for one financial year. The financial year starts on April 1 every year and ends on March 31.

The statement includes the estimated receipts and expenditure of the government of India for the financial year. With the Budget, being the most important financial event of the country, it is natural that common people have huge expectations from it.

What do people of India want this year's Budget to be? What are their needs?


From people who do not know who Pranab Mukherjee is or what the Budget means to industry veterans, we spoke to a cross section of the people from various walks of life to know their views about the Budget. Read on...
Click NEXT to know the view of the aam aadmi andindustry on Budget...

Source: Budget: Here's what the common man wants - Rediff.com Business

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