Chairman Gopal Agrawal said that by putting thrust on development of affordable housing through various incentives the real estate business which is in the state of coma will revive. This will increase employment and the NPA of banks will also reduce.
Kishor Dharashivkar said that this is a progressive budget and presented with view keeping in mind the picture of to 2022 in mind.
Vice President Prabhakar Deshmukh was happy with the budget since many incentives are given to MSME. Specially interest subversion no charges on digital transaction and pension scheme for small traders.
Rajkumar Gupta said that increase in import duty on precious metals with increase illegal trade.
Satish Bang said that the scheme of providing drinking water to every house hold will improve quality of life in villages.
Madusudan Trivedi said that the Finance Minister should have presented a road map for reviewable of MSME sector.
Jayshree Gupta was satisfied with the budget however she said that more should have been given by lady Finance Minister to Middle Class Ladies.
Swarnima Sinha said that the Vision of Finance Minster to provide world class higher education should have been supported by steps to improve primary education.
Chhaya Sharma said that the benefit of Mudra loan should have to be extended to middle class also.
Sana Khan feels proud that first time budget was presented by lady Finance Minister. However she feels that increasing rate of Petrol and Diesel will disturb house hold budget of ladies.
Daya Butoliya said that more was expected on primary education and healthcare from a lady Finance Minister. However, she was not happy with rise in price of petrol and diesel.