Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has given a statement about the rising prices of petrol and diesel.
- February 25, 2021, 10:10 PM IST
During an event in Ahmedabad, when he was asked when will the government rein in rising oil prices? In response to this question, the Finance Minister said, “When it will happen, I cannot say about it. Right now, to say anything on this is like a religion crisis.
#WATCH | “I won’t be able to say ‘when’ .. it is a ‘dharam sankat’ (dilemma) …,” says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Ahmedabad, after being asked when would the Central Government reduce fuel prices pic.twitter.com/Mnpn76I2xR
– ANI (@ANI) February 25, 2021
In the program, Sitharaman said, “This is the budget of the new decade. This budget clearly says that we trust the private sector and you are welcome to participate in the development of the country. read this also- Big success in Nirav Modi case! Fugitive diamond trader to be brought to India, UK court order
The Finance Minister said, “In this budget, we have made it clear what the government can do or to what extent. That is why this budget gives a directional change to the Indian economy. We inherited a system from the Soviet Union in which there was talk of achievements of socialism that only socialism can benefit the entire population. They say that the welfare state is a socialist privilege. ”
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