China's massive money printing policy failed 29 cities' residential sales fell by 50%

中国大量印钞政策失效 29城市住宅成交降五成  中国央行近期多次降准降息、放宽银根,但除对股市产生短暂刺激作用外,房地产市场却反应乏力。一份房地产市场最新研究报告显示,今年1月份,中国 29个重点城市的住宅整体成交额同比降幅已近五成。  克而瑞地产研究中心农历正月初一(2月1日)发出的报告显示,中国29个重点城市整体成交1429万平方米,同比降幅高达46%。北京、上海、广州及深圳四个城市总成交为285万平方米,同环比齐跌,降幅分别达到了38%和21%。只有上海是特例,单月成交130万平方米,环比上涨43%,达到了自去年2月以来的成交新高。至于二、三线城市,总成交1143万平方米,环比降了41%,同比降了47%,成交量直接腰斩。  中指研究院数据显示,1月份,100城新房均价是1.6万元每平米,价格环比出现“三连跌”。贵阳、昆明、北海、哈尔滨、南宁、南昌、烟台等13个城市,无论是新房还是二手房,连续三个月下跌。   中国经济在新年伊始开局不稳 中国企业亏损惨不忍赌 零售、电力企业巨亏数百亿 中国1月份采购经理指数回落 小型企业持续萎缩  大量业主急从房产市场退出以应付经济难关  中国央行去年末多次降准降息,放宽银行贷款,但房地产市场仍然萧条。  广东一名从事房地产投资的张小姐本周五(4日)接受自由亚洲电台采访时表示,中国住宅价格上涨幅度已持续多年,民众百分之七十的资产集中在房屋,受经济环境影响,多数人近期想卖房套现:“第一,房价高,供应量又大;第二现在整个经济大环境又不好,很多人存在就业难的问题。政府政策又变来变去,之前收紧房贷今年又开始刺激贷款,想改善居住环境的人就等着楼价下跌才买房。”   位于广州市中心住宅和商业建筑(路透社) 位于广州市中心住宅和商业建筑(路透社)  中国央行、银保监会为挽救房地产市场,曾经多要求银行放宽房贷,加速房贷审批,但此举无助于刺激民众买房的欲望。有数据显示,1月份受监测的103个重点城市中,主流首套房贷利率为5.56%,二套利率为5.84%,均较上月回落8个基点。  经济学者 : 房产市场下行趋势短期内难以逆转  金融学者司令对本台表示,中国房地产市场疲软的态势今年还将持续:“大致上是在延续去年房地产颓势的状况。中国政府一直强调房住不炒,现在大量住房成交量下跌,就是很多房子是用来炒的,而不是住的。被用来炒的这些房子,现在失去了政策支撑,导致市场低迷的状况,短期内难以逆转。”  深圳市房地产信息平台数据显示,今年1月,深圳二手商品住宅仅成交1557套,成交面积为14.73万平方米,同比大跌75.04%;二手住宅月度成交再度跌破2000套,再创近十年历史新低。  经济评论人陈先生对本台说,过去一年,中国各个行业衰退,失业人员增加,民众的购买力急速下降,住宅成交下跌是必然现象。  他举例说:“餐饮、旅游、制造行业等一些生产行业,现在都陷入了极度萧条之中。银行现在的日子也不好过,很多银行在缩减网点,处于保守经营状态。还有,大型房地产企业都陷入债务危机,那些中小型房地产企业面临的困难更大。民众购房热情已经远远低于预期。”  房产商投地兴趣大减 流拍率上升  克而瑞地产研究中心发布的报告显示,深圳、苏州、宁波和无锡的第三轮集中土地拍卖中,1月份溢价率再创历史新低为23%,土地流拍流拍率升至21%。  一周前,中国多地出台政策支持住房消费。比如,安徽省出台措施引导房产等降低首付比例;株洲、自贡、南宁、保定、玉林、马鞍山等18个城市也出台放宽落户限制、下调公积金首付比例等政策。   记者:乔龙        责编:温晓平、何平         网编:瑞哲    China's massive money printing policy failed 29 cities' residential sales fell by 50%  The People's Bank of China has recently cut RRR and interest rates several times and eased monetary policy. However, apart from having a short-term stimulus to the stock market, the real estate market has been sluggish. A new research report on the real estate market shows that in January this year, the overall transaction volume of residential buildings in 29 key cities in China fell by nearly 50% year-on-year.  According to a report issued by the Crane Real Estate Research Center on the first day of the first lunar month (February 1), the overall transaction volume of 29 key cities in China was 14.29 million square meters, a year-on-year decrease of 46%. The total transaction volume in the four cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen was 2.85 million square meters, which fell by 38% and 21% respectively. Only Shanghai is a special case, with 1.3 million square meters of transactions in a single month, up 43% month-on-month, reaching a new high since February last year. As for the second- and third-tier cities, the total transaction volume was 11.43 million square meters, down 41% month-on-month and 47% year-on-year, and the transaction volume was cut in half.  According to the data of the Middle Finger Research Institute, in January, the average price of new houses in 100 cities was 16,000 yuan per square meter, and the price showed a "three consecutive declines" month-on-month. In 13 cities, including Guiyang, Kunming, Beihai, Harbin, Nanning, Nanchang, and Yantai, both new and second-hand housing fell for three consecutive months.  A large number of homeowners are eager to withdraw from the real estate market to cope with the economic difficulties  The People's Bank of China cut interest rates several times late last year and eased bank lending, but the real estate market remains sluggish.  In an interview with Radio Free Asia on Friday (4th), Ms. Zhang, a real estate investor in Guangdong, said that China's housing prices have been rising for many years, and 70% of the people's assets are concentrated in houses. Most people want to sell their houses for cash in the near future: "First, the housing price is high and the supply is large; second, the overall economic environment is not good, and many people have difficulty finding employment. Government policies have changed again and again, and the mortgage has been tightened before. Lending has been stimulated again this year, and people who want to improve their living conditions are waiting for property prices to fall before buying a house.”  In order to save the real estate market, the People's Bank of China and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission have asked banks to ease mortgages and speed up mortgage approvals, but this has not helped stimulate people's desire to buy a house. According to data, among the 103 key cities monitored in January, the mainstream first home loan interest rate was 5.56%, and the second home loan interest rate was 5.84%, both down 8 basis points from the previous month.  The Economist: The downward trend of the real estate market is difficult to reverse in the short term The commander, a financial scholar, told this station that the weakening of China's real estate market will continue this year: "It is roughly the continuation of the decline in the real estate market last year. The Chinese government has always emphasized that housing should not be speculated. Now a large number of housing transactions have fallen, that is, many houses are It is for speculation, not for living. These houses that were used for speculation have now lost policy support, leading to a downturn in the market, which is difficult to reverse in the short term.”  Data from the Shenzhen Real Estate Information Platform shows that in January this year, only 1,557 second-hand commercial housing units were sold in Shenzhen, with a transaction area of ​​147,300 square meters, down 75.04% year-on-year; All-time low.  Economic commentator Mr. Chen told this station that in the past year, various industries in China have declined, the number of unemployed people has increased, the purchasing power of the people has dropped rapidly, and the decline in housing transactions is an inevitable phenomenon.  For example, he said: "Some production industries such as catering, tourism, and manufacturing are now in extreme depression. Banks are not having a good time now. Many banks are reducing branches and operating conservatively. Also, large real estate companies All are in debt crisis, and those small and medium-sized real estate companies are facing even greater difficulties. The enthusiasm of the people to buy houses has been far lower than expected.”  Real estate developers' interest in land investment has greatly decreased, and the pass-through auction rate has increased According to a report released by Crane Real Estate Research Center, in the third round of centralized land auctions in Shenzhen, Suzhou, Ningbo and Wuxi, the premium rate hit a record low of 23% in January, and the unsold rate of land auctions rose to 21%.  A week ago, many places in China introduced policies to support housing consumption. For example, Anhui Province has introduced measures to guide the reduction of the down payment ratio for real estate, etc.; 18 cities including Zhuzhou, Zigong, Nanning, Baoding, Yulin, Ma'anshan have also introduced policies such as relaxing the settlement restrictions and lowering the provident fund down payment ratio.  Reporter: Qiao Long Editor in charge: Wen Xiaoping, He Ping Web editor: Ruizhe

China's massive money printing policy failed 29 cities' residential sales fell by 50%


The People's Bank of China has recently cut RRR and interest rates several times and eased monetary policy. However, apart from having a short-term stimulus to the stock market, the real estate market has been sluggish. A new research report on the real estate market shows that in January this year, the overall transaction volume of residential buildings in 29 key cities in China fell by nearly 50% year-on-year.

According to a report issued by the Crane Real Estate Research Center on the first day of the first lunar month (February 1), the overall transaction volume of 29 key cities in China was 14.29 million square meters, a year-on-year decrease of 46%. The total transaction volume in the four cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen was 2.85 million square meters, which fell by 38% and 21% respectively. Only Shanghai is a special case, with 1.3 million square meters of transactions in a single month, up 43% month-on-month, reaching a new high since February last year. As for the second- and third-tier cities, the total transaction volume was 11.43 million square meters, down 41% month-on-month and 47% year-on-year, and the transaction volume was cut in half.

According to the data of the Middle Finger Research Institute, in January, the average price of new houses in 100 cities was 16,000 yuan per square meter, and the price showed a "three consecutive declines" month-on-month. In 13 cities, including Guiyang, Kunming, Beihai, Harbin, Nanning, Nanchang, and Yantai, both new and second-hand housing fell for three consecutive months.

A large number of homeowners are eager to withdraw from the real estate market to cope with the economic difficulties

The People's Bank of China cut interest rates several times late last year and eased bank lending, but the real estate market remains sluggish.

In an interview with Radio Free Asia on Friday (4th), Ms. Zhang, a real estate investor in Guangdong, said that China's housing prices have been rising for many years, and 70% of the people's assets are concentrated in houses. Most people want to sell their houses for cash in the near future: "First, the housing price is high and the supply is large; second, the overall economic environment is not good, and many people have difficulty finding employment. Government policies have changed again and again, and the mortgage has been tightened before. Lending has been stimulated again this year, and people who want to improve their living conditions are waiting for property prices to fall before buying a house.”

In order to save the real estate market, the People's Bank of China and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission have asked banks to ease mortgages and speed up mortgage approvals, but this has not helped stimulate people's desire to buy a house. According to data, among the 103 key cities monitored in January, the mainstream first home loan interest rate was 5.56%, and the second home loan interest rate was 5.84%, both down 8 basis points from the previous month.

The Economist: The downward trend of the real estate market is difficult to reverse in the short term
The commander, a financial scholar, told this station that the weakening of China's real estate market will continue this year: "It is roughly the continuation of the decline in the real estate market last year. The Chinese government has always emphasized that housing should not be speculated. Now a large number of housing transactions have fallen, that is, many houses are It is for speculation, not for living. These houses that were used for speculation have now lost policy support, leading to a downturn in the market, which is difficult to reverse in the short term.”

Data from the Shenzhen Real Estate Information Platform shows that in January this year, only 1,557 second-hand commercial housing units were sold in Shenzhen, with a transaction area of ​​147,300 square meters, down 75.04% year-on-year; All-time low.

Economic commentator Mr. Chen told this station that in the past year, various industries in China have declined, the number of unemployed people has increased, the purchasing power of the people has dropped rapidly, and the decline in housing transactions is an inevitable phenomenon.

For example, he said: "Some production industries such as catering, tourism, and manufacturing are now in extreme depression. Banks are not having a good time now. Many banks are reducing branches and operating conservatively. Also, large real estate companies All are in debt crisis, and those small and medium-sized real estate companies are facing even greater difficulties. The enthusiasm of the people to buy houses has been far lower than expected.”

Real estate developers' interest in land investment has greatly decreased, and the pass-through auction rate has increased
According to a report released by Crane Real Estate Research Center, in the third round of centralized land auctions in Shenzhen, Suzhou, Ningbo and Wuxi, the premium rate hit a record low of 23% in January, and the unsold rate of land auctions rose to 21%.

A week ago, many places in China introduced policies to support housing consumption. For example, Anhui Province has introduced measures to guide the reduction of the down payment ratio for real estate, etc.; 18 cities including Zhuzhou, Zigong, Nanning, Baoding, Yulin, Ma'anshan have also introduced policies such as relaxing the settlement restrictions and lowering the provident fund down payment ratio.

Reporter: Qiao Long Editor in charge: Wen Xiaoping, He Ping Web editor: Ruizhe 



मुसलमानों के लिए मुश्किल घड़ी, बजट में गरीबों की अनदेखी  आज टीएन नाइनन, पी चिदंबरम, एस गुरुमूर्ति, अदिति फडणीस जैसी नामचीन हस्तियों के विचारों का सार  मुसलमानों के लिए मुश्किल घड़ी मुकुल केसवान टेलीग्राफ में लिखते हैं कि भारत में मुसलमानों के लिए मुश्किल घड़ी है कि ना तो सरकार और न ही नागरिक समाज उन्हें संदेह का लाभ देने को तैयार है. किसी भी विवाद में यह मान लिया जाता है कि दोषी मुसलमान ही होगा. उनसे ही सवाल किए जाते हैं. ताजा उदाहरण असदुद्दीन ओवैसी हैं जिन पर उत्तर प्रदेश में चुनाव प्रचार के बाद दिल्ली लौटते समय मेरठ में हमला हुआ.  हमलावरों में एक पर हत्या का मामला पहले से दर्ज है और तस्वीरें बताती हैं कि उसका संबंध भारतीय जनता पार्टी के लोगों से रहा है. एडीजी प्रशांत कुमार कहते हैं, “अभियुक्त ने कहा है कि खास इलाके में उनके (असदुद्दीन ओवैसी) बयान ने उन्हें आहत किया था.” दो महीने भी नहीं हुए हैं जब हरिद्वार में हुए धर्म संसद में मुसलमानों का नरसंहार करने का आह्वान किया गया था. मगर, एडीजी को अभियुक्त के बयान पर भरोसा है. मुकुल केसवान लिखते हैं कि कांग्रेस, बीएसपी, एसपी जैसी मुख्य राजनीतिक पार्टियों ने भी ओवैसी पर हमले की निन्दा करने में सुस्ती दिखलायी. गोलियों के निशाने पर होने के बावजूद दशकों से सांसद रहे ओवैसी को किसी किस्म से संदेह का लाभ नहीं मिला. लेखक दिल्ली दंगे का भी उदाहरण देते हैं जहां आम आदमी पार्टी को जबर्दस्त समर्थन देने के बावजूद मुसलमानों को अलग किस्म का व्यवहार झेलना पड़ा.  कर्नाटक में लड़कियों के हिजाब पहनने पर रोक का मामला भी एकतरफा है. सबके लिए समान नियम के तहत धार्मिक विशेषाधिकार आते हैं. सिखों को इस लड़ाई में पूरी दुनिया से सम्मान मिला है. जब पगड़ी के साथ सेना में भर्ती हुआ जा सकता है तो हिजाब के साथ मुस्लिम लड़कियां कॉलेज में पढ़ने क्यों नहीं आ सकती? अगर नहीं, तो यह मुसलमानों के साथ भेदभाव है. हिजाब मामले में या फिर ओवैसी के मामले में सोच थोपी जा रही है. उन्हें संदेह का लाभ देने के बजाए उन पर पक्षपातपूर्ण व्यवहार थोपे जा रहे हैं.  गरीबों की अनदेखी वाला पूंजीवादी बजट पी चिदंबरम ने इंडियन एक्सप्रेस में लिखा है कि एक देशको प्रगतिशील, खुशहाल और बहुलतावादी देश बनाने के लिए तीन प्रेरक शक्तियों की जरूरत होती है- रोजगार, कल्याण और संपत्ति. भारत में कार्यबल का मौजूदा आंकड़ा चौरानबे करोड़ है और रोजगार तलाश रहे युवा यानी एलएफपीआर साढ़े सैंतीस फीसदी है यानी 52 करोड़ की आबादी.  सत्ता में आने के लिए हर साल दो करोड़ रोजगार पैदा करने की उम्मीद जगाने वाले नरेंद्र मोदी का दर्शन बदल चुका है. बीतेसात साल में बेरोजगारी बढ़ी है. महामारी और पूर्णबंदी ने बेरोजगारी और बढ़ा दी है. लाखों के रोजगार छिन चुके हैं.  चिदंबरम लिखते हैं कि कल्याण की अवधारणा में आजीविका, नौकरी, भोजन, स्वास्थ्य, शिक्षा, सामाजिक सुरक्षा और आराम व मनोरंजन आदि शामिल होते हैं. मनरेगा का उद्देश्य आजीविका की समस्या को हल करना है जबकि राष्ट्रीय खाद्य सुरक्षा कानून भुखमरी के संकट से निपटने के लिए है, मुफ्त सरकारी स्वास्थ्य सेवाएं और स्वास्थ्य बीमा का मकसद स्वास्थ्य देखभाल की चुनौती का हल निकालना है. इसी तरह शिक्षा का अधिकार का उद्देश्य शिक्षा की चुनौती से जुड़ा है. आम बजट में सब्सिडी बिल पर 27 फीसदी की कटौती करते हुए उपरोक्त सभी मकसद को नुकसान पहुंचाया गया है. चिदंबरम लिखते हैं कि कल्याण की बात को हवा में उड़ा दिया गया है. लेखक संपत्ति के सृजन के पक्ष में हैं लेकिन इसे संजो कर रखने के पक्ष में नहीं हैं. बढ़ती असमानता का जिक्र करते हुए लेखक का मानना है कि इसे खत्म करना होगा. लेखक ने आम बजट को पूंजीवादी बजट करार दिया है जिसमें गरीबों की अनदेखी की गयी है.  बजट ने विपक्ष को चौंकाया एस गुरुमूर्ति ने न्यू इंडियन एक्सप्रेस में लिखा है कि 2022-23 के आम बजट में कई चीजें पहली बार हुईं. किसी ने वित्तमंत्री के भाषण में कोई बाधा नहीं डाली, बजट में चुनाव को देखते हुए लोकलुभावन जैसी चीजें नहीं दिखीं, राहुल गांधी बजट पर प्रतिक्रिया दिए बगैर कार में जा घुसे, सब्सिडी जैसी घोषणाओं के बाद विपक्ष ने जो हमले की तैयारी कर रखी थी वह धरी रह गयी.  ऐसी ही कई अन्य बातें हुईं. बजट से पहले के आंकड़े बताते हैं कि 2021 में आम घरों की बचत 7 लाख करोड़ रुपये बढ़ी जबकि कर्ज 18 हजार करोड़ रुपये बढ़े. 45 करोड़ गरीब लोगों के जनधन खाते में अप्रैल 2021 के बाद सिर्फ 9 महीने में 39 हजार करोड़ रुपये आए. ये आंकड़े बताते हैं कि लोग खर्च करने से बच रहे हैं. एस गुरुमूर्ति लिखते हैं कि वित्तमंत्री ने पूंजगत खर्च में 34 फीसदी बढ़ोतरी करने की योजना रखी है जिससे अर्थव्यवस्था ऊपर उठेगी. इस कदम से 2 लाख करोड़ रुपये मूल्य की डिमांड पैदा होगी. एमएसएमई को उधार की गारंटी को आगे बढ़ाकर भी उचित कदम उठाया गया है.  सार्वजनिक पूंजी पर खर्च 7.5 लाख करोड़, मकान के लिए 48 हजार करोड़ का आवंटन, राज्य सरकारों को ब्यूज मुक्त ऋण 1 लाख करोड़, ग्रामीण रोजगार गारंटी पर 78 हजार करोड़ जैसी घोषणाएं भी महत्वपूर्ण हैं. सरकार ने जोखिम भरी सब्सिडी योजनाओं पर लगाम लगायी है. 2047 को ध्यान में रखकर बजट की रूपरेखा बनायी गयी है. लेखक ने एसबीआई की रिपोर्ट के हवाले से लिखा है कि नोटबंदी के बाद समांतर अर्थव्यवस्था 15-20 प्रतिशत के स्तर पर आ गयी है जो पहले 52 फीसदी हुआ करती थी.  विकास दर सभी समस्याओं का समाधान नहीं बिजनेस स्टैंडर्ड में टीएन नाइनन लिखते हैं कि बीते वर्षों में आर्थिक मोर्चे पर हमें सफलता मिली है. हमने ब्याज का बोझ भी निपटाया है. फिर भी उच्च राजकोषीय घाटा, सार्वजनिक ऋण और कर्ज पर ब्याज बड़ी समस्या बनी हुई है. तेज आर्थिक विकास ही सभी समस्याओं का समाधान है. 2020 से 2023 तक तीन वर्षों में औसतन आर्थिक विकास 3.4 फीसदी के साधारण स्तर पर रह सकती है. निजी क्षेत्र का निवेश और ऋण में बढ़ोतरी दोनों ही सीमित रहे हैं.  टीएन नाइनन अकेले तेज आर्थिक विकास को समस्या का समाधान नहीं मानते. रोजगार, गरीबी, पर्यावरण, शिक्षा और स्वास्थ्य जैसे क्षेत्र में उपलब्धि हासिल किए बगैर आर्थिक विकास बेमानी हैं. आम बजट इन मुद्दों को लेकर मुखर नहीं है. ‘के’ आकार में आर्थिक विकास को लेकर सरकार का मानना है कि लगातार आर्थिक विकास में बढ़ोतरी से यह समस्या खत्म हो जाएगी या फिर इससे निपटा जा सकेगा. लेकिन, लेखक इससे सहमत नहीं हैं. वे नीतियों में बदलाव पर जोर देते हैं जिन पर आर्थिक विकास की निरंतरता निर्भर करती है. लेखक ने सिमॉन र गार्फंकेल का एक गीत गुनगुनाते हैं जो आधी सदी पहले गाया गया था- “केवल कामगारों का मेहनताना मांगने/ मैं एक काम की तलाश में आया/लेकिन मुझे कोई पेशकश नहीं मिली./अब वर्ष दर वर्ष बीतते जा रहे हैं...”  केंद्र से टकराव के मूड में केसीआर बिजनेस स्टैंडर्ड में अदिति फडणीस लिखती हैं कि तेलंगाना राष्ट्र समिति और बीजेपी के बीच तल्खी बढ़ती जा रही है. गैर बीजेपी और गैर कांग्रेस सियासत की धुरी बनने की कोशिश करते हुए के चंद्रशेखर राव पहल करते दिख रहे हैं. हुजूराबाद विधानसभा उपचुनाव के बाद बीजेपी से बढ़ी तल्खी के बाद केसीआर का यह रुख देखने को मिल रहा है. आम बजट की आलोचना और प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी के खिलाफ आक्रामक रुख दिखाकर केसीआर ने बीजेपी विरोध को नयी ऊंचाई देने की कोशिश की है. अब केसीआर कोशिश कर रहे हैं कि गैर भाजपा शासित राज्यों को एक मंच पर लाकर संघवाद पर नयी बहस छेड़ें.  केसीआर ने तेलुगू देशम छोड़कर टीआरएस का गठन किया था. कांग्रेस के साथ वे यूपीए का हिस्सा भी रहे. बाद में अलग तेलंगाना की मांग पर वे यूपीए सरकार से अलग हुए और अलग तेलंगाना में उनका योगदान माना जाता है. आम लोगों के बीच केसीआर की मजबूत पैठ है. मगर, अब यह भी तय हो चुका है कि केसीआर को मुख्य खतरा बीजेपी से लग रहा है. इसलिए वे बीजेपी से लड़ाई की तैयारी में जुटे हैं. देश के पूर्व नौकरशाहों की बैठक की मेजबानी करने जा रहे हैं केसीआर. इसका मकसद भी केंद्र में बैठी बीजेपी सरकार का विरोध है और इसी विरोध के बरक्स केसीआर 2023 में विधानसभा चुनाव की तैयारी करते भी दिख रहे हैं.    Difficult time for Muslims, poor are ignored in the budget Read in Sunday View summary of thoughts of eminent personalities like TN Nainan, P Chidambaram, S Gurumurthy, Aditi Phadnis  Tough times for Muslims Mukul Keswan writes in the Telegraph that it is a difficult time for Muslims in India that neither the government nor the civil society is ready to give them the benefit of the doubt. In any dispute, it is assumed that the guilty will be a Muslim. Questions are asked from them. The latest example is Asaduddin Owaisi who was attacked in Meerut while returning to Delhi after campaigning in Uttar Pradesh.  A case of murder is already registered against one of the attackers and the pictures show that he has been related to the people of Bharatiya Janata Party. ADG Prashant Kumar says, “The accused has said that his (Asaduddin Owaisi) statement in a particular area had hurt him.” Not even two months have passed since the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for a massacre of Muslims. But, the ADG has faith in the statement of the accused. Mukul Keswan writes that the main political parties like Congress, BSP, SP also showed slowness in condemning the attack on Owaisi. Despite being the target of bullets, Owaisi, who has been an MP for decades, did not get the benefit of doubt in any way. The author also cites the example of the Delhi riots where Muslims had to face a different kind of treatment in spite of overwhelming support to the Aam Aadmi Party.  The issue of banning girls from wearing hijab in Karnataka is also one-sided. Religious privileges come under the same rule for all. Sikhs have got respect from the whole world in this fight. Why can't Muslim girls come to college with a hijab when they can join the army with a turban? If not, it is discrimination against Muslims. Thinking is being imposed in the case of hijab or in the case of Owaisi. Instead of giving them the benefit of doubt, partisan behavior is being imposed on them.  Capitalist budget ignoring the poor P Chidambaram has written in the Indian Express that three driving forces are needed to make a country a progressive, happy and pluralistic country – employment, welfare and wealth. The current figure of workforce in India is ninety four crore and the youth looking for employment, ie LFPR, is thirty-seven percent i.e. 52 crore population.  The philosophy of Narendra Modi, who hopes to create two crore jobs every year, has changed if he comes to power. Unemployment has increased in the last seven years. The pandemic and the lockdown have further increased unemployment. Lakhs of jobs have been snatched away.  Chidambaram writes that the concept of welfare includes livelihood, job, food, health, education, social security and leisure and entertainment etc. MGNREGA aims to solve the problem of livelihood while the National Food Security Act aims to tackle the menace of hunger, free government health services and health insurance aims to solve the health care challenge. Similarly, the objective of the Right to Education is related to the challenge of education.  All the above objectives have been harmed by cutting the subsidy bill by 27 per cent in the general budget. Chidambaram writes that the matter of welfare has been blown into the air. The authors are in favor of creation of wealth but not in favor of preserving it. Referring to the increasing inequality, the author believes that it has to be ended. The author has termed the general budget as a capitalist budget, in which the poor have been ignored.  The budget surprised the opposition S Gurumurthy has written in the New Indian Express that many things happened for the first time in the Union Budget of 2022-23. No one obstructed the Finance Minister's speech, the budget did not show anything like populism in view of the elections, Rahul Gandhi got into the car without reacting to the budget, the attack prepared by the opposition after announcements like subsidy. Remained.  Many other similar things happened. Pre-Budget figures show that in 2021, savings of common households increased by Rs 7 lakh crore while debt increased by Rs 18 thousand crore. After April 2021, 39 thousand crore rupees came in the Jan Dhan account of 45 crore poor people in just 9 months. These figures show that people are avoiding spending.  S Gurumurthy writes that the Finance Minister has planned to increase capital expenditure by 34 percent, due to which the economy will rise. This move will create demand worth Rs 2 lakh crore. Appropriate steps have also been taken by extending the guarantee of credit to MSMEs.  Announcements like 7.5 lakh crores spent on public capital, 48 thousand crores allocation for houses, 1 lakh crores of beeage free loans to state governments, 78 thousand crores on rural employment guarantee are also important. The government has put a check on risky subsidy schemes. The budget has been prepared keeping in mind 2047. The author quoted SBI's report as saying that after demonetisation, the parallel economy has come down to the level of 15-20 percent, which used to be 52 percent earlier.  Growth rate is not the solution to all problems TN Nainen writes in Business Standard that in the last years, we have got success on the economic front. We have also settled the interest burden. Yet the high fiscal deficit, public debt and interest on debt remain major problems. Fast economic growth is the solution to all problems. The average economic growth in the three years from 2020 to 2023 may remain at a modest level of 3.4 percent. Private sector investment and credit growth have both been limited.  Tien Nienon does not consider rapid economic growth alone as the solution to the problem. Economic development is meaningless without achieving achievements in areas such as employment, poverty, environment, education and health. The general budget is not vocal about these issues. Regarding economic development in the 'K' shape, the government believes that this problem will end or it can be dealt with by increasing economic growth continuously.  KCR in the mood to clash with the Center Aditi Phadnis writes in Business Standard that the tussle between Telangana Rashtra Samithi and BJP is increasing. K Chandrashekhar Rao seems to be taking the initiative while trying to become the axis of non-BJP and non-Congress politics. After the Huzurabad assembly by-election, this stand of KCR is being seen after the increased tussle with the BJP. By criticizing the Union Budget and showing an aggressive stance against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, KCR has tried to give a new height to the BJP protest. Now KCR is trying to start a new debate on federalism by bringing non-BJP ruled states on one platform.  KCR left Telugu Desam and formed TRS. Along with Congress, he was also a part of UPA. Later, on the demand of separate Telangana, he broke away from the UPA government and his contribution to a separate Telangana is considered. KCR has a strong penetration among the common people. But, now it has also been decided that the main threat to KCR is from BJP.  That's why they are preparing for a fight with BJP. KCR is going to host the meeting of former bureaucrats of the country. Its purpose is also to oppose the BJP government sitting at the center and against this opposition, KCR is also seen preparing for the assembly elections in 2023.

Difficult time for Muslims, poor are ignored in the budget


View summary of thoughts of eminent personalities like TN Nainan, P Chidambaram, S Gurumurthy, Aditi Phadnis

Tough times for Muslims
Mukul Keswan writes in the Telegraph that it is a difficult time for Muslims in India that neither the government nor the civil society is ready to give them the benefit of the doubt. In any dispute, it is assumed that the guilty will be a Muslim. Questions are asked from them. The latest example is Asaduddin Owaisi who was attacked in Meerut while returning to Delhi after campaigning in Uttar Pradesh.

A case of murder is already registered against one of the attackers and the pictures show that he has been related to the people of Bharatiya Janata Party. ADG Prashant Kumar says, “The accused has said that his (Asaduddin Owaisi) statement in a particular area had hurt him.” Not even two months have passed since the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for a massacre of Muslims. But, the ADG has faith in the statement of the accused.
Mukul Keswan writes that the main political parties like Congress, BSP, SP also showed slowness in condemning the attack on Owaisi. Despite being the target of bullets, Owaisi, who has been an MP for decades, did not get the benefit of doubt in any way. The author also cites the example of the Delhi riots where Muslims had to face a different kind of treatment in spite of overwhelming support to the Aam Aadmi Party.

The issue of banning girls from wearing hijab in Karnataka is also one-sided. Religious privileges come under the same rule for all. Sikhs have got respect from the whole world in this fight. Why can't Muslim girls come to college with a hijab when they can join the army with a turban? If not, it is discrimination against Muslims. Thinking is being imposed in the case of hijab or in the case of Owaisi. Instead of giving them the benefit of doubt, partisan behavior is being imposed on them.

Capitalist budget ignoring the poor
P Chidambaram has written in the Indian Express that three driving forces are needed to make a country a progressive, happy and pluralistic country – employment, welfare and wealth. The current figure of workforce in India is ninety four crore and the youth looking for employment, ie LFPR, is thirty-seven percent i.e. 52 crore population.

The philosophy of Narendra Modi, who hopes to create two crore jobs every year, has changed if he comes to power. Unemployment has increased in the last seven years. The pandemic and the lockdown have further increased unemployment. Lakhs of jobs have been snatched away.

Chidambaram writes that the concept of welfare includes livelihood, job, food, health, education, social security and leisure and entertainment etc. MGNREGA aims to solve the problem of livelihood while the National Food Security Act aims to tackle the menace of hunger, free government health services and health insurance aims to solve the health care challenge. Similarly, the objective of the Right to Education is related to the challenge of education.

All the above objectives have been harmed by cutting the subsidy bill by 27 per cent in the general budget. Chidambaram writes that the matter of welfare has been blown into the air. The authors are in favor of creation of wealth but not in favor of preserving it. Referring to the increasing inequality, the author believes that it has to be ended. The author has termed the general budget as a capitalist budget, in which the poor have been ignored.

The budget surprised the opposition
S Gurumurthy has written in the New Indian Express that many things happened for the first time in the Union Budget of 2022-23. No one obstructed the Finance Minister's speech, the budget did not show anything like populism in view of the elections, Rahul Gandhi got into the car without reacting to the budget, the attack prepared by the opposition after announcements like subsidy. Remained.

Many other similar things happened. Pre-Budget figures show that in 2021, savings of common households increased by Rs 7 lakh crore while debt increased by Rs 18 thousand crore. After April 2021, 39 thousand crore rupees came in the Jan Dhan account of 45 crore poor people in just 9 months. These figures show that people are avoiding spending.

S Gurumurthy writes that the Finance Minister has planned to increase capital expenditure by 34 percent, due to which the economy will rise. This move will create demand worth Rs 2 lakh crore. Appropriate steps have also been taken by extending the guarantee of credit to MSMEs.

Announcements like 7.5 lakh crores spent on public capital, 48 thousand crores allocation for houses, 1 lakh crores of beeage free loans to state governments, 78 thousand crores on rural employment guarantee are also important. The government has put a check on risky subsidy schemes. The budget has been prepared keeping in mind 2047. The author quoted SBI's report as saying that after demonetisation, the parallel economy has come down to the level of 15-20 percent, which used to be 52 percent earlier.

Growth rate is not the solution to all problems
TN Nainen writes in Business Standard that in the last years, we have got success on the economic front. We have also settled the interest burden. Yet the high fiscal deficit, public debt and interest on debt remain major problems. Fast economic growth is the solution to all problems. The average economic growth in the three years from 2020 to 2023 may remain at a modest level of 3.4 percent. Private sector investment and credit growth have both been limited.

Tien Nienon does not consider rapid economic growth alone as the solution to the problem. Economic development is meaningless without achieving achievements in areas such as employment, poverty, environment, education and health. The general budget is not vocal about these issues. Regarding economic development in the 'K' shape, the government believes that this problem will end or it can be dealt with by increasing economic growth continuously.

KCR in the mood to clash with the Center
Aditi Phadnis writes in Business Standard that the tussle between Telangana Rashtra Samithi and BJP is increasing. K Chandrashekhar Rao seems to be taking the initiative while trying to become the axis of non-BJP and non-Congress politics. After the Huzurabad assembly by-election, this stand of KCR is being seen after the increased tussle with the BJP. By criticizing the Union Budget and showing an aggressive stance against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, KCR has tried to give a new height to the BJP protest. Now KCR is trying to start a new debate on federalism by bringing non-BJP ruled states on one platform.

KCR left Telugu Desam and formed TRS. Along with Congress, he was also a part of UPA. Later, on the demand of separate Telangana, he broke away from the UPA government and his contribution to a separate Telangana is considered. KCR has a strong penetration among the common people. But, now it has also been decided that the main threat to KCR is from BJP.

That's why they are preparing for a fight with BJP. KCR is going to host the meeting of former bureaucrats of the country. Its purpose is also to oppose the BJP government sitting at the center and against this opposition, KCR is also seen preparing for the assembly elections in 2023.
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