Wednesday, October 4

The economy of India has shifted from being weak to fast-growing, as stated by FM Nirmala Sitharaman.

The economy of India has advanced from a fragile state to the fastest growing, as stated by FM Nirmala Sitharaman.

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India’s Finance Minister proclaims the economic transformation taking place, with an elevated credit rating and significant expansion in Lok Sabha.

The Finance Minister of India, Sitharaman, announced that the country’s economy is growing at a fast pace, with Premium India being the fastest-growing.

India’s economy has undergone a significant change, as evidenced by the No Confidence Motion, according to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. She noted that in 2013, Morgan Stanley had placed India among the five most fragile economies worldwide but has since done the same with their rating.

The Direct Benefit Transfer program is being discussed by FM Nirmala Sitharaman.

She stated that the DBT (Direct Benefit Transfer) story is a model for the rest of us country. While she recognized the implementation of DAT by the UPA, she highlighted that only 7,367 crores were transferred in 2013-14. She noted that Dadurch that many DBMs had grown to five times their current size by 2014-15. In the previous financial year, equivalence showed total payments of -7.16 lakh crore[pl].

The House is left empty as ministers exit.

Members of Congress, DMK, TMC, and Left parties staged a walkout after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman was accused of providing misleading information in Lok Sabha.

FM Nirmala Sitharaman discusses the impact of tomato prices.

She addressed the audience of the Lok Sabha and discussed the measures taken by the government to reduce the price of tomatoes. She revealed that the procurement of tomato from tomato-producing regions like Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka, as well as being distributed through cooperative societies like NCCF and NAFED, is currently in progress. This initiative has already begun in areas such as Bihar, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh undivided Delhi, Rajasthan, but it will continue until at least June 2014.

In addition, NCCF, NAFED, and Kendriya Bhandar are using mobile vans to serve as distribution points in Delhi. She further stated that the wholesale mandi prices for tomatoes in various states have already started decreasing. Additionally, Nepal has lifted import restrictions on imported tomatoes, with the first batch of tomatoes expected to arrive in Varanasi and Kanpur by Friday.

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