Narendra Modi welcomes the Gujarat Government's Budget for 2014-15

Published By : Admin | February 21, 2014 | 18:26 IST
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"I welcome the Rs. 1,20,390 crore Budget of Gujarat Government. It will further boost Gujarat's development journey: Shri Modi"

Today, Shri Narendra Modi welcomed the Budget put forth by the Government of Gujarat and said that it will boost the state’s development journey.

Welcoming the Budget 2014-15 Shri Modi tweeted:

    • Read More Details on the Budget here
  • Take a Glance at Budget Graphics in English here
  • Click here for Budget Graphics in Gujarati
  • Read the Budget Speech by State Finance Minister Shri Nitinbhai Patel in English here
  • Read the Budget Speech in Gujarati here

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Narendra Modi welcomes the Gujarat Government’s Budget for 2014-15

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