India's first paperless budget is also 100% visionless: TMC


 The TMC lashed out at the Center over the Union Budget on Monday, saying it was 100% "visionless" and its subject was "sell India." 


The comments came after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman read out the Union Budget discourse in the Lok Sabha. 


"India's first paperless financial plan is additionally a 100% visionless financial plan. Topic of the phony financial plan is Sell India!" TMC representative Derek O'Brien said. "Rail lines: sold, Airports: sold, Ports: sold, Insurance: sold PSUs: 23 sold!" 


O'Brien asserted average folks and ranchers were disregarded, adding that the Budget would make the rich more extravagant and the poor less fortunate, while the working class got "nothing". 


The Rajya Sabha MP additionally featured measurements to show how West Bengal had created provincial streets. 


"Rustic streets: 39,705 km provincial streets till 2011. 88,841 km provincial streets created between 2011-20," he said, adding that the state was No. 1 in provincial streets. 


"What Bengal did yesterday, Center just talks today: Budget 2021 guarantee - 625 km streets in Bengal. Bengal government (2018-19) - New streets of 5111 km, top entertainer in country. extra 1165 km developed in 2019-20," he said.

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