Budget 2019: Minutes after media reports said that the Modi government is planning to present\u00a0full-budget, deviating from the convention, the\u00a0Finance Ministry\u00a0issued a clarification that the\u00a0budget will be called 'Interim Budget'. "The Budget will be called Interim Budget 2019-20 and therefore, (we) don't have any confusion\u00a0on this issue," DK Joshi, Official Spokesperson of Finance Ministry said. Speculations were rife on whether the budget would be full-budget or an interim one. Traditionally, in the election year, the outgoing government presents an interim Budget or a vote-on-account. After the Lok Sabha polls, the newly-elected government presents a full-budget. Last week, however, Union Cabinet Minister Arun Jaitley, who is recuperating in the US, told media that what goes into the Budget would depend upon the larger interests in the economy. Read Also: Budget 2019 India- What is interim Budget? How is it different from General Budget and vote-on-account? The central government last week announced that Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has been entrusted with the responsibility of presenting the Union Budget 2019 in Parliament on February 1 in the absence of Arun Jaitley.