Biren hails Union Budget 2023-24


Imphal: Union budget 2023-24 will bring a huge change in the country and give benefits to all the sections of people of the country including the poorer section of the country, Manipur chief minister N.Biren Singh, said on Saturday.

Biren was speaking at one-day seminar on Union Budget 2023-2024 held at  Jawaharlal Nehru Manipur Dance Academy, here.

Unlike the previous annual budget the new budget has a uniqueness as it a vision of next 100 years, he said.

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The new budget will not only bring welfare to the people of the country but also will uplift lives of villagers, schedule tribe, schedule caste and those who are economically backward, and also it will aim to for financial growth starting from micro level, he added.

It targets to empower youths. Modi government gives priority to bring development starting from the border area and due to the reason the central government is focusing on the development of north eastern states including Manipur.

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State BJP president A. Sharda Devi said the Union Budget 2023-24 will bring inclusive development across the country. The new budget will bring a big developmental change in the country especially to the north eastern states, she added.

She appreciated the Union Budget presented by Union Finance minister, Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1 as it will bring a equality across the country.

Sharda appealed the experts to express their opinions on how the state can be benefited from the new budget.

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Economist, professor elengbam Bijoykumar Singh as resource person said the new union budget targeting for the next 100 years of development showed that the present government is much confident on bringing development by solving the problem starting from the grassroot level.

Union minister of state Health and Family Welfare, Bharati Pravin Pawar also attended the seminar as resource person.


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