Union Budget 2020

Union Budget 2020: Government of India Invites Suggestions from Public on Employment, Education and More

The Union Budget 2020 will be tabled in the Parliament on 1 February 2020, and the Government of India has invited suggestions and ideas from the public

The Union Budget 2020, which will be presented in the Parliament on 1 February 2020 by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, will include ideas and suggestions from the general public of India. The Ministry of Finance, Government of India has invited suggestions online on the MyGov website.

“In order to make the Union Budget-making process participative and inclusive, the Ministry of Finance has sought inputs from citizens for the last several years. This year too, the Ministry looks forward to hearing from you on your suggestions for the Union Budget which will be presented in the Parliament in the upcoming session,” says the MyGov website.

Who Can Give Suggestions on the Union Budget 2020?

Citizens of India from all walks of life can provide their respective suggestions in the areas of income tax, finance, farmers, agriculture, health, education, environment, water conservation, GST, employment, entrepreneurship, railways, infrastructure or others. The suggestions can be made in the form of a comment on the MyGov website or submitted as a PDF document.

Those interested to submit their ideas need to take care to use the respective hashtags while commenting; for instance, those providing suggestions on employment need to mention #Employment while submitting their comment.

How to Give Suggestions on the Union Budget 2020?

Interested citizens of India need to first register with the MyGov portal in order to take part in the Union Budget 2020. Users can register using their social media accounts or email/mobile and password. Those users who have @gov.in or @nic.in can directly Log In with their email and password.

After logging in users may provide their valuable suggestions and ideas on the Union Budget 2020, which will be accepted on the MyGov website until 20 January 2020.

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