Mallikarjun Kharge says, not right to present budget ahead of polls
30-01-2017 Mon 12:17
Congress Member of Parliament (MP) Mallikarjun Kharge said that the Central Government has the moral responsibility of not presenting Union Budget, ahead of the polls to Assemblies of five states. In the last session, his party has raised the issue of demonetisation and it's impact of the people. But until now the Government has not replied to this issue, he said. Even if the Election Commission has not objected, it is the moral right of the Government to stop from presenting the budget, as per traditional norms. Usually, before elections, no development activities are allowed to be taken up by the respective governments, he said.
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