Budget 2023: FM to present 3rd paperless budget tomorrow, download Budget App
Budget 2023: FM to present 3rd paperless budget tomorrow, download Budget App

NEW DELHI Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present a PAPERLESS budget for the 3rd consecutive year, on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. The government opted to present budget digitally since 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and also to promote eco-friendly options.

The formal exercise to prepare the Budget for the next financial year (2023-24) commenced on October 10. The stage for the Budget presentation will be set on January 31 with the presentation of the Economic Survey, after President Soubhagya Murmu's address to the joint session of the Parliament. One can watch the LIVE presentation of Sitharaman's Budget for the fiscal 2023-2024 on Sansad TV and DD.

 The live telecast will also be available on their Youtube channels. PIB will also stream Budget 2023 on their online platforms. People can also watch on other news channels and YouTube. Union Budget Mobile App All the 14 Union Budget documents, including the Annual Financial Statement, Demand for Grants , Finance Bill etc. as prescribed by the Constitution, will be available on the “Union Budget Mobile App"

The app, launched in 2021, is developed by the government’s National Informatics Centre (NIC) under the guidance of the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA). The application was launched for hassle-free access of Budget documents.

The full budget document will be released on the mobile application named "Union Budget Mobile App" for the public. The Budget application have additional sections like budget highlights, annual financial statements, budget speech, budget at a glance, and more.

The application is free to download on Google Play and Apple App Store. The Budget app will get updated after the Finance Minister completes her presentation. The users will be able to download the links.

This year's Budget will be the last full budget of PM Modi’s government before the next parliamentary elections, slated for April-May 2024.

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