Indian economy yet to revive from effects of pandemic disastrously handled by govt: CPIM

New Delhi:

Ahead of the Union Budget, the CPI(M) has alleged the Indian economy is yet to revive from the blow it was dealt with during the Covid pandemic and blamed the government for the way it was handled.

The party demanded that taxation and public expenditure be used to tilt distribution in the favour of the working masses, improve the incomes of farmers, generate employment, and attain improved health and educational outcomes.

The latest editorial of the party mouthpiece “People’s Democracy” said the budget for 2023-24 is to be presented before Parliament at a time when both Indian and world economies are facing a grim situation.