To begin with, this is the overall rescue package till date and most of that will not entail cutting out a cheque or something. The government announced an overall rescue package of Rs.20 trillion for the Indian economy and this includes the monetary and fiscal stimulus. This includes a monetary package of Rs.10.3 trillion and a fiscal stimulus package of Rs.9.7 trillion. The announcements made by Nirmala Sitharaman on 13 May largely focused on expanding the funding availability for MSMEs, expanding their equity access via FOFs as well as dedicated liquidity packages for NBFCs, MFIs, HFCs and specifically for power sector borrowers. To put more money in the hands of the small businesses, the FM also announced the reduction of TDS by 25% from current levels. On 14 May, she is expected to announce details of the booster dose for agriculture.