Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman gears up to present the final budget of the Narendra Modi government's second term on February 1.
The upcoming budget for financial year 2024-25 will serve as an 'interim' statement due to the impending general elections in April-May.
February 1 marks the annual tabling of the budget since 2017, setting the stage for economic projections and policies.
Insights into the budget's comprehensive nature, encompassing proposed expenditures, revenues, liabilities, and welfare schemes.
An overview of India's fiscal year, running from April 1 to March 31, shaping economic policies and expenditures.
Reflecting on the importance of Budget 2024 in navigating India's economic landscape, amidst political transitions and fiscal imperatives.