Speaking about the interim budget presented by Union Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on February 1, Fadnavis said: "We should consider this budget as a full-fledged budget and not an interim budget. Very tough structural reforms have been carried out."
Lauding the budget the minister added, "The difference is that this may be an interim budget but it has also chalked out a way towards making India a 10 trillion economy by 2030. Rs. 450 crore were procured in 15 years while we have procured Rs. 8,500 crore in just 3 years."
Elaborating upon the government's plan, Fadnavis stated that the government is focused on keeping sustainability in the agricultural sector.
"The amount of roads has gone up, there is no unman railway crossing, the entire infrastructure is growing," he added.
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