“The economic agenda is there. There is the food security bill, the Right to Education (RTE) Act is now a reality, the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) reform is a reality, there have been reforms in the National Rural Health Mission,” Singh said.
“The same way we are going to have a fresh wave in infrastructure investment with the help of the new Public Private Partnership model. These are not big reforms and I hope in the current budget you will see the reform agenda that our government has,” he added.
The budget will be presented Feb 28. The prime minister said the government will not give up on the face of difficulties. “We have not given up. We will persist. There are difficulties particularly when parliament is not allowed to function,” he said.