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#NewDelhi: The central government has levied more than 60 per cent duty on petrol and diesel during the Corona period. This was stated by the Modi government in response to a question from Abhishek Banerjee, an MP from Diamond Harbor and All India General Secretary of the Trinamool Congress.

In a written question, Abhishek Banerjee wanted to know how much excise duty the central government has collected on petroleum products in the fiscal years 2019-20 and 2020-21. In response to a question from Trinamool MP (Abhishek In Parliament), the finance ministry said that excise duty on petroleum products has been collected at Tk 2,23,058 crore in 2019-20, and excise duty on petroleum products at Tk 3,72,960 crore in 2020-21. As a result, the excise duty collected by the central government on petroleum products has increased by Tk 1,49,913 crore in one financial year.

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Abhishek Banerjee (Abhishek In Parliament) wanted to know more about the amount of excise duty to be collected in the budget of the central government in the current financial year? In his reply, the finance ministry said that the amount of excise duty on petroleum products in the current financial year has been fixed at Tk 3 lakh 35 thousand crore. The Modi government has said that the amount collected after the reduction of excise duty has not been calculated yet.

On the other hand, the central government has avoided giving a direct answer to the question of Trinamool MP Jahar Sarkar on how much the target set in the National Monetization Pipeline has been met or can be achieved this year. According to the central government, the national monetization pipeline includes 5,000 kilometers of roads, 40 railway stations, railway stadiums, six airports, 2,229 kilometers of natural gas pipelines, 75 kilometers of petroleum product pipelines, and a hydrogen production project. However, the central government did not say whether the target was met.

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In this regard, Jahar Sarkar said, “It is not yet known how much of the target of Rs 6,000 crore has been met this year. At this rate, the government will not be able to meet even a quarter of the total target. The Center is handing over national resources to the capitalists in exchange for a price. Even the last part of my question has been omitted. “


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