New Delhi, Feb 1: A very important question which comes in mind after every budget is that what has become costlier and what cheaper? In Budget 2018,  a large number of imported goods including mobile handsets, cars and motorcycles, fruit juices, perfumes and footwear have become costlier. Also Read - Late Arun Jaitley's Son Rohan Files Nomination For DDCA President's Post

The government has hiked custom duties on many regular use items. Your favourite orange fruit juice will now cost five per cent more. Same is with other fruit juices and vegetables which is now costly by 20 per cent. Perfumes, beauty products, shaving items, footwear, mobiles, watches, toys, video games, crude vegetable oil, refine oil–all these daily use items will become costlier. Be ready to burn your pocket. Also Read - 'Miss my Friend a Lot,' Says PM Modi on 1st Death Anniversary of Arun Jaitley; Many Political Leaders Pay Tribute

Last year, Jaitley had presented a budget of Rs 21,47,000 crore 8.6% higher than the last year’s financial roll out at Rs 19,78,060 crore. In the Budget 2017-18, the finance minister had refrained from making major alterations in indirect taxes, keeping in sight the implementation of the GST on July 1, 2017. Also Read - Year-Ender 2019: Country's Political Bigwigs Who Left us in The Year Gone by