Inviting Ideas and Suggestions for Union Budget 2020 - 2021

Last Date Jan 20,2020 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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In order to make the Union Budget-making process participative and inclusive, the Ministry of Finance has sought inputs from citizens for the last several years. This year too, the ...

In order to make the Union Budget-making process participative and inclusive, the Ministry of Finance has sought inputs from citizens for the last several years. This year too, the Ministry looks forward to hearing from you on your suggestions for the Union Budget which will be presented in the Parliament in the upcoming session.

Citizens from all walks of life are welcome to be a part of this democratic exercise. You can submit your suggestions either directly in the comments box or attach a PDF document.

We seek your valuable ideas to continue the tradition of the Union Budget incorporating the citizens’ aspirations.

Please use the following hashtags with respective suggestions:

#IncomeTax #Finance #Farmers #Agriculture #Health #Education #Environment #WaterConservation #GST #Employment #Entrepreneurship #Railways #Infrastructure #Others

The last date for submissions on this forum is 20th January, 2020.

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Siva Shashidhara Reddy Saddala 2 weeks 4 hours ago

My feeling is. Honest tax payers (salaried employees, others etc.,) are taxed again and again in various forms (GST on anything purchased) and not eligible for even governement benefits (gas subsidy as an example). But many many non-tax payers (small businesses, contractors and other self employment) are earning equally or morethan the salaried employees, they do not pay tax and they enjoy government benefits.
There is no motivation for honest tax payers, which I think needs to be addressed.