In April-February, internet tax receipts had been Rs 14.81 trillion whereas whole expenditure was Rs 31.44 trillion
Fiscal Deficit | Indian Economy
Last Updated at March 31, 2022 16:45 IST
India’s fiscal deficit between April and February was Rs 13.16 trillion ($173.87 billion), or 82.7% of the year-to-March budgeted target, authorities information confirmed on Thursday.
In April-February, internet tax receipts had been Rs 14.81 trillion whereas whole expenditure was Rs 31.44 trillion, the info confirmed.
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First Published: Thu, March 31 2022. 16:45 IST