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    Kamineni Shashidhar, MD, Kamineni Hospitals

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    Kamineni Shashidhar, MD, Kamineni Hospitals

    Hyderabad: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will certainly offer the Union Budget 2023 on February 1. The Parliament’s Budget session will certainly begin on January 31. The health care industry anticipates the government to improve its monetary assistance for theindustry

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    Kamineni Shashidhar, MD, Kamineni Hospitals, claims, “My expectation from the government, in the Budget 2023 would be increase in income tax exemption limit of medical insurance for individuals to 1.0 lakh, reduction of GST on many life saving drugs to zero per cent, increase in the budget outlay for healthcare mainly for rural areas and augmenting the budgetary support to reduce malnutrition in kids below three years.”


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