Asked when oil prices will drop, Nirmala Sitharaman said – it is a religious crisis

There are protests in several states of the country over rising petrol and diesel prices. Petrol prices have reached 100 rupees in many cities. After the rise in oil prices, people are questioning the government, when the price will fall.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also faced these questions. At a function in Ahmedabad on Thursday, Nirmala Sitharaman was asked when the government would lower oil prices and said that it was a religious crisis.

Speaking at an intellectual meeting organized by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Finance Minister Sitharaman spoke about the budget. Sitharaman said, “This is the budget of the new decade. This budget clearly states… We believe in the private sector and you are welcome to participate in the development of the country.

“We have made it clear in this budget what the government can do or to what extent … This is why this budget will change the direction of India’s economy. He said, we inherited a system from the Soviet Union, in which there was a debate about the achievements of socialism … Socialism alone benefits the entire population. They say that the welfare state is a socialist privilege.


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