20 laks crore stimulus - little for middle class

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I am requesting all members to help me understand how does it help an employed media or IT professional?

Who here in this circle believes they will benefit from this? Please outline exactly how. Otherwise I will have to assume no one benefitted despite so many announcements.

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Sir, almost every sector is affected. It is not possible to help every individual. When MSME or SMEs are helped, there will be some benefit that will accrue to employees in those sector. Individual help is meant for the vulnerable sections of the society - the poor, the daily wagers, construction workers etc. As regular salaried employees, our condition was and is any day better than the categories that I mentioned. more  
I agree that all freebees are a recycle for Politicians. That has to stop. Banking should be used extensively. Direct investment and employment benefit to industries will be more mointorable solution more  
I agree with Mr Csn Sharma.All Agriculturist holding more then 10 acre land must be assessed for Income Tax. more  
In principle free bees must stop totally.Agricultural losses must be studied in detail and remedial measures should be worked out and implemented.For ex losses due to heavy rains of crops which are lying in open.Govt should make more storage facility including Cold Storage.Similarly Food processing industries should be developed so that wastage/low rates during peak season can be avoided. more  
IT Exemption on Agri Income SHALL BE ONLY UPTO 10 Acres. Holding more  
Only the package, which are offered through Bank accounts, are useful and rest can not be treated as benefit. more  
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