Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated on Sunday seven sectors, together with MGNREGA, schooling and well being, would be the focus of the fifth and final tranche of the Rs 20 lakh crore stimulus bundle to spice up the economic system hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown.
“Today, I have seven steps to tell you. MGNREGA, health both in rural and urban, education, business and Covid, decriminalisation of companies act, ease of doing business, public sector and enterprises and state government and resources related to the state governments,” she stated.
The finance minister stated on Saturday stated eight sectors will bear structural reforms, which embody coal, minerals, defence manufacturing, airspace managements & airports, MRO, energy distribution corporations in Union territories, area and atomic vitality.
On Friday, Sitharaman had introduced Rs 1 lakh crore Agri Infrastructure Fund for farm gate infrastructure for farmers and Rs 10,000 crore scheme for the formalisation of Micro Food Enterprises (MFEs) below the Rs 20 lakh crore stimulus bundle.
She additionally proposed amendments to the Essential Commodities Act to allow higher worth realisation for farmers and stated no inventory restrict ought to apply to processors or worth chain individuals.
The finance minister had introduced the ‘One Nation One Ration Card’, free meals grain provide to migrants and creation of inexpensive rental housing complexes (ARHC) in city areas for migrant employees and poor below the Covid-19 stimulus bundle on Thursday.
She targeted on the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and the center class on Wednesday.
They got here after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday introduced the financial bundle for the nation to change into ‘self-reliant’ and take care of Covid-19 disaster.