However, "the mix will still be favourable and hence we don't expect macro stability risks to arise", the financial services firm said in the report. It further added that overall spending on rural/social schemes is expected to stay stable as a percentage of GDP and policymakers will continue to focus on ensuring the efficiency of public spending.
Considering the upcoming state elections in 2018, and general election in May 2019 and weak private investment, concerns have emerged over the government's fiscal position. According to Morgan Stanley, the Indian economy is expected to remain on a recovery path, and is likely to improve to 7.5 per cent in 2018-19.
"Our base case view is that the economy will gather further momentum in the coming quarters as the underlying drivers of consumption and exports should remain supportive. The economy now has a clear runway for growth," it added.
"We expect an acceleration in expenditure growth and a wider fiscal deficit in FY2019, but believe that the impact on the inflation outlook should be relatively muted," it added.
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