Budget 2018: Highlighting the importance of Budget 2018, PM Narendra Modi on Monday said the world has high expectations with Indian Economy. Modi said that global institutions like World Bank and IMF have eyes on Indian 2018 Budget. "Budget Session is very important. Entire global community is very much optimistic about the Indian economy. It comes at a time when the world is looking at us, be it the Global Credit rating agencies, World Bank, IMF, which have been very positive in their opinion about the growth of India and the road ahead," Modi said. The prime minister added that Budget 2018 will provide a new energy to the fast-growing economy of the country. Modi added that Union Budget 2018 will fulfill the hopes and aspirations of the common man. "A month after the Budget session, various committees deliberate upon the details of the Budget proposals," Modi said. "The past experience shows that in those deliberations the national interest is above the political interests. Cutting across party line even the MPs from the ruling party highlights its short-comings while the members of opposition highlight its salient feature," Modi said in crucial media address ahead of the Budget session. "In a way it provides for a healthy environment and atmosphere for debate and discussion," he said. Watch | Will Tax Slabs Be Revised In Budget 2018? [jwplayer tqrXUC1z] Also Read | Economic Survey 2017-18: India GDP growth rate seen bouncing back 7-7.5% in FY19 The prime minister said he has urged all political parties to take maximum help of the debate in the committees and ensure to benefit common man through Budget 2018. Our objective should be to reach out to the Dalits, oppressed, underprivileged and to those who did not have any access to these benefits, he added. Modi said that there's a need to see how the villagers, poor, farmers and laborers are benefited maximum from the Budget 2018. "Let\u2019s have a detailed discussion, come out with positive suggestions and make a road map to march ahead," Modi said. Also Read | Economic Survey India 2017-18 Live: Modi government projects GDP at 7-7.5%, fiscal deficit at 3.2% Watch | Budget 2018- 10 Expectations Of The Common Man [jwplayer IkDyCt6L] Apart from Budget 2018, Modi also greeted media persons and expressed hopes of passing Triple Talaq bill through Rajya Sabha. "Namaskar. The Budget Session of the parliament gets underway today. This session begins with the address of the President," Modi said. "In the last session it was our effort and the nation had high hopes that there won\u2019t be any politics on crucial issues like Triple talaq so that the Muslim women will get their rights," Modi said. The prime minister said that passing if Triple Talaque will be "best gift of 2018" for Muslim women. However, despite the orders of the Supreme Court, the bill on triple talaq could not be passed by the Parliament, he said. "I hope and appeal to the political parties across the country to join hands in passing the triple talaq bill to protect the rights of Muslim women. It will indeed be the best gift of 2018, in the new year for the Muslim women," Modi added.