The Budget for 2020-2021

Several efforts are being made to clear the budget for the common man and in such a move, the Finance Ministry will begin a social media campaign from January 22 to address the common man. “Through the '#ArthShastri' campaign, the ministry would explain several economic terms through interesting animated videos to help common man and students understand budget exercise in a simple way,” an official said. “The ministry also undertook this exercise before the Budget last year as well,” the official added.

Another campaign was launched to highlight the Budget’s promises and delivery with a tag #HamaraBharosa. The prime focus of the campaign is on promises and delivery which started with the healthcare sector, unmanned level crossing and housing for all. The posts are in 12 major regional languages. The Budget for 2020-21 is expected to be presented on February    1 while both campaigns will continue till January 29. The Finance Ministry took Twitter and in a series of tweets issued details of National Unfractured Pipeline.

"Curious student Arth unpacks his box of questions in Prof. Shastri's class. Let's see how Dr. Shastri tackles his difficult questions with her sharp insight. Tune into this space to join the classes starting 22nd January @ 11 am. #ArthShastri," pinned tweet of the ministry said.