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Traders jewellers and realtors express disappointment

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    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives in Parliament to present the Union budget for 2017-18, in New Delhi

    Traders, jewellers and property dealers cited disappointment over the Union Budget, saying that there was nothing for them this time.

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi during presentation of the Union Budget 2017-18 in Lok Sabha in New Delhi

    “It is a normal budget. Post demonetisation, we were expecting a lot, especially when our trade has suffered. The government did not touch excise duty at all.”

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    Senior Congress Member Mallikarjun Kharge speaks in Lok Sabha in New Delhi

    “Even in the tax slab, there is no jeweller who falls in this category upto 3 lakhs. At least the tax exemption could have been upto 4 to 5 lakhs.”

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    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley stands outside his office at North Block holding the briefcase containing the Union budget for 2017 and is ...

    budget may be progressive, yet there was nothing for the traders. “We were expecting that the service tax is reduced from 15 to 10 per cent. But it wasn’t touched,”

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