21 foreign trips in four years, the cost is about 23 crores! Do you know the details of these car tours? PM Modi undertook twenty one trips abroad for the last four years and spent over Rs twenty three crore on these visits.

G 24 Hours Digital Bureau: Since 2019 till date he has traveled abroad 21 times, and for that he has spent around 23 crore rupees. Do you know who made this trip? He is Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. Official data says that he has gone on a total of 21 foreign tours since 2019, which cost his country 22.76 crores! The President has made a total of 8 trips since 2019. For this the country has spent 6.24 crore rupees. In response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, ‘Minister of State for External Affairs’ V Muralidharan gave this information in writing. In this list, the foreign minister’s travel expenses have also been submitted since 2019. The government has spent about 21 crores for him. But his number of tours is the highest – 86!

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But the Prime Minister is at the top of the list in terms of expenditure despite lagging behind in travel numbers. About 23 million rupees have been spent by the government just to provide the expenses of the Prime Minister’s foreign travel! Since 2019, the Prime Minister has visited Japan 3 times, the United States twice, and the United Arab Emirates twice.

Since 2019, the President’s travel records have shown that the President has traveled abroad a total of 8 times. However, former President Ram Nath Kovind has done only 7 tours out of them. Current President Draupadi Murmu has made only one overseas trip. Draupadi Murmu visited Britain last September.

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Today, Thursday, this information has become public. The general budget of the country was presented in the parliament yesterday. And after that the cost of this expenditure is known.

After President Draupadi Murmu’s speech in both houses of Parliament on Tuesday, Finance Minister Sitharaman presented the Economic Survey for 2022-23. According to the Economic Survey, India’s GDP will grow by 6.5 percent in 2023-24. This growth, however, is lower than in the last two fiscal years (7 percent in the current fiscal year, compared to 8.7 percent in 2021-2022).

Already there are predictions in concerned quarters, India is well on its way to becoming one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. Ahead of the budget speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed confidence that India’s budget will try to fulfill the aspirations of common citizens and show a ray of hope to the world, despite the global economic turmoil.

But how was the budget in the end?

Former finance minister P Chidambaram has criticized the 2023-24 budget. He also used the word ‘bitre’. He said, this budget is full of betrayal towards the poor common people. This budget has seriously disappointed the common people. He severely criticized the central government and said that this budget is showing how far this government has moved away from the common people, from the daily interests of the common people! Such a budget actually widens the gap between the rich and the poor, as it will.

A day after the explosion, the travel information was revealed.

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