When the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the union budget 2016-17, the Chief Minister of Delhi without knowing the facts has started tweeting against the budget. This time he was complaining that the Modi government has done nothing for the middle class.
Kejriwal tweeted, “Nothing for middle class in this budget. Modi govt cheated middle class which votes for them.”
How foolish is the Chief Minister of national capital who started commented on the budget without knowing the proper facts? The only objective of the AAP supremo is to gain political mileage at any cost.
He himself has done nothing for the middle class in Delhi and he is blaming the centre government instead of admitting his own mistakes. He has mastered the art of manipulating the things to misguide the public.
Highlights of Union budget for middle class
The Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley has announced an increased ceiling on tax rebate by Rs 3000.
Jaitley has provided a relief to those living in rented accommodation by increasing the HRT deduction from Rs 24,000 to Rs 60,000 under section 88G.
A new health protection scheme for middle class with health cover up to Rs 1 lakh per family has announced. The centre government would provide LPG connections to women of 1.5 crore BPL houses at the cost of Rs 2000 crores.
A sum of Rs 500 crore has been set aside for the SC, ST women entrepreneurs under Stand up India scheme.
Service tax would be exempted on general insurance schemes under the NIRMAYA scheme.
Daily working hours and the weekly hours for the employees working in the malls and small shops would be regulated.
How articulately the Kejriwal manipulated the facts regarding the budget?
The centre government has allocated so much to the middle class people and the Chief Minister is presenting the different facts about the budget. He did not bother to see the highlights of the budget but he preferred to comment on social media. A foolish supremo of AAP has forgotten the old saying, “Look who’s talking.” He himself has not fulfilled his single promise to the residents of Delhi in a time frame of one year of his regime.