Days after creating a buzz with her red bahi-khata to present her maiden budget, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said that she chose not to carry the usual suitcase because the Modi government is not a However, this is not the first time that the minister is addressing the symbolism of her choice. Earlier she had said that she chose the bahi -khata to let go the We arent a suitcase-carrying govt as suitcase also denotes something else, suitcase-taking, suitcase-giving. Modi ji The minister was the chief guest at the Chennai event. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Chennai: For #Budget2019, I didnt carry a suitcase. We arent a suitcase-carrying govt as suitcase also denotes something else, suitcase-taking, suitcase-giving. Modi ji pic.twitter.com\/w6V4e2Gp3t The bill is drafted to facilitate a comprehensive system to ban the unregulated deposit schemes, besides the deposits taken in the ordinary course of business, and also to protect the interests of depositors and for other matters connected related to them. The finance minister seems to have quickly gotten comfortable in the swing of things since taking charge of the finance ministry from Arun Jaitley and giving the charge of the defence ministry to former Home Minister Rajnath Singh after the thumping victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. READ ALSO | India29 crore Budget allocation for 2019-20, while Rs 35.55 crore outlay has been allocated for the watchdog Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) for the same year. The first Modi government which had come to power promising to battle corruption and bring back black money stashed overseas, in November 2016 had introduced demonetisation to curb black money and corruption. A year later, the NDA government introduced GST to replace all indirect taxes on goods and services by the Indian central and state governments.