Budget’s focus is on infrastructure and logistics

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New Delhi

Bharatiya Janata Party’s national spokesman Prof Gopal Krishan Agarwal said the focus in the union budget on infrastructure, logistics and manufacturing besides other sectors will lead India to self reliance. Addressing Academic meet organized by Teachers Cell of Bharatiya Janata Party here on Tuesday on the Aatm Nirbhar budget, he said the budget has been made in such a way as to take care of all sections of the society so that no one is deprived of its benefits. Prof Agarwal said under the leadership of Prime Minister Narender Modi, the country is moving forward on the road to all round development and despite affects of corona epidemic, it has done well to sustain itself, thanks to the well-defined goals and far-sightedness of the Modi government.

Speaking on the occasion, Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta said the welfare schemes for people have been given priority in the budget. He said BJP workers were asked to organize langars in addition to providing them free ration so that nobody remained hungry during the corona pandemic time. He said the whole world was affected due to corona including the US but steps taken by the Narender Modi government ensured that India was able to save lives of people successfully. We were able to save not only the economy but lives by making corona vaccines under Prime Minister’s leadership, he said. On this occasion, Adesh Gupta felicitated Delhi University newly elected Executive Council member V S Negi besides others. The function was coordinated by BJP’s SC Morcha’s national general secretary, Raj Kumar Falwaria and state general secretary Kuljeet Singh Chahal was present on the occasion. It was presided over by Prof A K Bhagi, president of National Democatic Teachers Front.

Adesh Gupta said all sectors including basic infrastructure, agriculture, education, health and transport have been given a considerable hike in the budget which well India become stronger. He said world’s largest Eco-park coming up in Delhi’s Badarpur, metro rail is expanding and state highways are being speedily made so as to have better connectivity of other cities with Delhi.