‘No One Knows The Real Aim Of Demonetisation’

  • 13.27 lakh employment opportunities created in last fiscal year: FM
  • Despite DeMonetisation, plan expenditure for 2017-18 to be Rs 64,733 crore: FM
  • Education cess and rural employments cess to be abolished: FM
  • We recommend reducing stamp duty to 2%, from 5% : FM
  • We are abolishing VAT on solar water heater, bio-diesel, terracotta tiles, kerosene stoves, sal leaf products: FM
  • Small and medium enterprises and manufacturing businesses to be brought under ambit of minimal VAT scheme: FM
  • All pending cases of VAT settlements to be disposed off by December 31, 2017: FM
  • We are recommending that VAT audit report be abolished. 30,000 businesses to benefit: FM
  • Small traders and enterprises will no longer have to file hard copies of documents for VAT physically at govt offices: FM
  • Ceiling of primary slab of VAT increased from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh: : FM
  • The settlement scheme is being extended till March 31, 2017: FM
  • We started a new settlement scheme in December 2016. We received an overwhelming response: FM
  • GST Council adopted the recommendations placed by us. We may have had to fight alone but Bengal has won: FM
  • GST must benefit common people, small traders. State’s financial autonomy and federal structure must not be hampered: FM
  • Bengal is No. 1 among States in growth in tax collection. This reflects our commitment and transparency: FM
  • Tax collection has increased 103% from 2010-11 to 2016-17: : FM
  • We have ushered in fundamental reforms in taxation system. We simplified the process and started e-taxation: FM
  • We are creating a special fund of Rs 100 Cr for farmers: FM
  • Farmers are dependent on cooperative banks for loans. Cooperative system has been damaged by DeMonetisation
  • Rs 50 Cr allocated for small businesses: FM
  • 50,000 artisans to be given an aid of Rs 50,000 to help those who lost jobs due to DeMonetisation: FM
  • Rs 50 crore has been alloted to small scale business, proposal to help farmers with Rs 100 crores.
  • Kerosene, stove, solar water has been freed of VAT.
  • The primary slot for the minority art has been increased by the government.
  • ASHA workers are a pillar of strength in health sector. They have been brought under Swathya Sathi scheme: FM
  • The stamp duty has been reduced from 5% to 2 % : FM
  • Allowances to Anganwadi workers increased by Rs. 500 in an effort to benefit over 2 lakh workers.
  • Anganwadi workers who provide nutrition to pregnant women and new mothers and infants brought under Swathya Sathi: FM
  • Our govt provides several loans and scholarships to students: FM
  • Kanyashree, Sabuj Shree, Sabuj Sathi, Mabhoi, Khadya Sathi, Lok Prasar Prakalpa, Gatidhara are some of our projects: FM
  • The allowances of the Asha workers have been increased by Rs. 500, as declared by the Bengal Government.
  • Growth rate of the State may dip top 9.27% due to the effect of DeMonetisation: FM
  • Plan expenditure of #Bengal has increased 4 fold from 2010-11 to 2016-17: FM
  • IIP growth rate was -0.1% in 2016-17. IIP growth rate of Bengal was 4.8% – FM
  • 2-3 years are required to recuperate fully from effects of DeMonetisation: FM
  • The established supply chains and allied sectors are damaged due to DeMonetisation. Workers have lost jobs: FM
  • Growth rate of India has reduced to 7.1% as per Centre’s data due to DeMonetisation effect: FM
  • The growth of India’s GDP is low, it might reduce from 3.5% to 1%: FM
  • We may be cash-strapped but we are a humane govt. We believe “haste haste chalna seekho
  • We will have to pay more than Rs 47,000 Cr as debt instalment this year: FM
  • On one hand we had the enormous debt legacy left behind by the Left. On the other there was DeMonetisation effect: FM
  • The autonomy of RBI has been damaged. DeMonetisation was a conspiracy to weaken federal structure: FM
  • No one knows the real aim of Demonetisation. Who benefited from Demonetisation?
  • The goalpost of DeMonetisation was shifted continuously from black money to cashless economy and now less cash economy:FM
  • Common people are suffering. Informal sector, MSME, workers, tea, jute, handloom, self-help groups – all are affected: FM
  • DeMonetisation is financial and political emergency: FM
  • GDP growth rate of India is on downward spiral. It may reduce by 1% to 3.5% – FM
  • Mamata Banerjee was the 1st leader in the country to react on DeMonetisation & demanded it’s immediate withdrawal: FM
  • DeMonetisation was a bolt from the blue on the people. No democracy ever demonetised 86% currency: FM
  • Bengal is progressing in every sphere: FM
  • Maa Mati Manush of Bengal have reposed their faith on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee : FM Bengal Finance Minister Dr Amit Mitra presents the BengalBudget2017 at Assembly

Bengal Finance Minister Dr Amit Mitra presents the BengalBudget2017 at Assembly

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