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Budget 2021: What is costlier, and what’s cheaper

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her third Budget in Parliament on February 1, 2021.

Union Budget 2021-22, touted as the most important budget in decades, came at a time when India is reeling under the Covid-19 induced economic crisis and could be a ‘game changer’ that may pave the way for the revival of the Indian economy.


Here is a look at what has become cheaper and what has become expensive in the Budget:


– Iron

– Steel

– Nylon clothes

– Copper items

– Insurance

– Shoes

– Naptha

– Agricultural equipment


– Mobile phones

– Chargers

– Power banks

– Imported raw silk

– Solar inverters

– Solar Lanterns

– Leather items

– Gold & Silver

– Gemstones

– Tunnel boring machines

– Apples, Peas, Kabuli Chana, Bengal Gram/Chick peas, Lentil

– Urea

– Auto parts