Budget 2021 good for Health sector

Apart from many reforms in Health sector, some major reforms introduced in the Union Budget were Mission Poshan – 2.0 for good health & healthy nutrition, 17000 rural & 11000 urban health & wellness centers for Good Health for all. In addition to this Pneumococcal vaccine which is limited to 5 state will be rolled out access the country which will be beneficial to the people and no Covid tax is introduced which will further provide relief to the people.
(Dr Naveen Bagrecha, Director, CG College of Nursing)

Vaccine to check corona virus ensured in Budget

Raipur Parliamentarian Sunil Soni on Monday said that the Union Budget has ensured the availability of Vaccine against spread of corona virus and hailed the increase in the budgetary provision for Health facilities in the country. In a statement issued here, he said that Budget reflects the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat as every section of society have been taken care. He added that Budget would also encourage Make in India products which would in the process strengthen the economy.
Sunil Soni, MP, Raipur Loksabha

Budget to increase privatization of economy: Parate

Communist Party of India (Marxist) Chhattisgarh Unit Secretary Sanjay Parate has termed the Union Budget to be anti-people which would increase privatization of economy. In a statement issued here, Parate said that the Union Budget is against the tribal interest of Chhattisgarh and added that common people which is already struggling due to corona pandemic, has nothing in the Budget but would only be victim of inflation and hike in price of essential goods. He said that deduction in the public expenditure is betrayal with command people. He said that a large number of people would be victim of rehabilitation as public sector undertakings like SECL, NMDC and NTPC in Korba, Bastar, Koriya and Surajpur District would go in the hands of private sector due to the fresh disinvestment proposals of Centre. He also termed the major allotment to the five states as Election Budget due to the upcoming Legislative elections in Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Kerala. Parate said that the party would launch campaign against the Budget.
Sanjay Parate, Chhattisgarh Unit Secretary, CPI (Marxist)

Budget a positive effort to rejuvenate a pandemic ravaged economy

The Union Budget 2021-22 was truly a pragmatic one as it pulled out all levers within its ambit to mark yet another successful attempt by the government to rejuvenate a pandemic ravaged economy. The Budget received a positive response from the industry fraternity with a Focus on healthcare, infra, financial sector followed by a stable tax regime, higher borrowings for capex. Specific reforms: disinvestment & monetization, opening up of insurance, clean-up plan for stressed assets.
“The vision of Transparent and efficient tax system is one of the key reforms for promoting investment in the country. The implementation of Scrapping policy will boost the automobile industry and its ancillaries. The corporate tax has been slashed to make it competitive amongst the world. Attracting foreign direct investment for insurance sector &infrastructure development will bring a positive change. This budget will improve both wealth and wellness” said by Mr Amit Agrawal, Chairman CII Chhattisgarh State Council.
“This budget will help to make East, North & South a Business Powerhouse in the country. The focus given on the research and Innovation is a welcome move towards the growth of our county. The Production Linked Incentive Scheme will help the manufacturing companies to become an integral part of Global Supply chains. To encourage renewable energy and domestic production, duty has been increased on solar invertors which is good move. Steadiness is provided in this budget.” as stated by Mr Sandip Goyal, Vice-Chairman CII Chhattisgarh State Council.
CII is happy to note that the Budget ticked all the right boxes of lives, livelihood and growth which would propel the economy to an inclusive growth trajectory. We expect the reform process to continue beyond the budget announcements as well.

(Amit Agrawal, Chairman CII Chhattisgarh State Council, Sandip Goyal, Vice-chairman CII Chhattisgarh State Council)

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