Taking a dig at the UPA, he said earlier the development of country was at the pace of a cycle, but under the NDA government it was moving at the speed of an aeroplane or a rocket.
If the last four budgets were cakes, then this Budget is the iceing on the cake, Sinha, who was earlier a junior minister in the Ministry of Finance, said.
The Minister said that there has been change in the behavioural economics in the country.
"The tax to GDP ratio has increased from 10 per cent during the UPA rule to 12 per cent under our government," he said.
"Our taxation system has simplified and become more efficient. The fear of tax terrorism has gone," he said
Slamming the Congress for targeting the government on the Rafale deal, he said the UPA could not even buy bullet- proof vests for the Army for 10 years.
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