Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Finance

Our economic philosophy has been very consistent. If you go back to even the Jan Sangh days, and certainly NDA-1days, it is very much right of centre investments driven and supply side view of the world. We expressed that through the last two budgets and certainly in this budget as well. We are looking to build India's productive capacity...and focusing on empowerment and not just on entitlement. I think what we were able to achieve in this budget was actually a very fine balance between the Bharat side of the economy and the India side of the economy. I have already said that we are a pro-poor government and because we are a pro-poor government we are a pro-markets government.
 

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