ABP News concluded its Budget-special show, ‘Jan Man Dhan – Ab Aayenge Ache Din’ on 02nd February, 2020 at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi.The aim of the show was to explain the specifics of the budget to the common people and to bring the claims of the government and the opposition to the public court.
The show was organized with the pretext of discussing the potential high and lows of the Budget for the FY 20-21 which was presented by Honourable Finance Minister Ms. Nirmala Sitaraman on 1st Feb 2020. The special show decoded and analysed the new budget, gauging all its social, political and economic implications.
Various dignitaries from the ruling and opposition parties as well as several renowned journalists attended the conclave and deliberated on the pressing issues of the nation.
Making the summit highly informative, the conclave also hosted dignitaries such as Anurag Thakur (MOS Finance), Ravi Shankar Prasad (Minister of Law & Justice), Sambit Patra (National Spokesperson – BJP), Gaurav Vallabh (National Spokesperson – Congress), Gaurav Bhatia (National Spokesperson – BJP), Manish Tiwari (Member of Parliament – Lok Sabha), Piyush Goyal (Minister of Railways and Commerce), Abhishek Manu Singhvi (Member of Parliament – Rajya Sabha), Nitin Gadkari (Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India), and Baba Ramdev (Yoga Guru).
Ensuring perfect coordination amongst the debating dignitaries, the summit was moderated by versatile anchors of ABP News such as Sumit Awasthi, RomanaIsar Khan, and Rubika Liyaquat.
Elaborating on the summit, Avinash Pandey, CEO – ABP News Network, said, “With special emphasis on key issues, Jan Man Dhanis a conclave which promises to inform the viewers by delivering authentic conversations on the economic climate of the country, providing them with an all-inclusive picture. The conclave saw a wide variety of discussions on the victories and shortcomings of the government and other exigent subjects. Through a prominent line-up of politicians and market experts, the main aim of the show is to enlighten the viewers on the subsequent impact of the budget across all sectors.”