Finance Ministry begins Budget (2021-22) exercise

Finance Ministry begins Budget (2021-22) exercise

Nirmala Sitharaman

Tribune News Service

New Delhi: The Finance Ministry on Friday kicked off the exercise to prepare the annual Budget for 2021-22 amid the urgency to push economic growth hit by the Covid pandemic. The upcoming Budget will be crucial for the country as it will have to deal with impact of pandemic which has affected all segments of the economy, including revenue collection, disinvestment, expenditure, exports and food prices. Budget 2021-22 is likely to be presented on February 1. — PTI

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