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No increase in burden in MP’s budget, devotion to give gifts to every class

Bhopal| Finance Minister Jagdish Deora presented the budget for the year 2021-22 in the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly. In this budget of 2 lakh 41 thousand 27 crores, no new tax has been imposed nor any tax has been increased, but an effort has been made to give something to every section. Sambal Yojana for the poor will be reintroduced. While presenting the budget in the assembly, Deora, referring to self-reliant Madhya Pradesh, said that this budget has been made keeping in mind all sections. In the budget, the emphasis has been laid on health, education, medicine, roads, employment, drinking water, etc. The forthcoming roadmap in this budget has been presented by the government. This budget is 2 lakh 41 thousand 275 crores.

While presenting the budget, Deora said that neither new tax nor tax is being increased in this budget.

In this budget, a provision of Rs 44 thousand 152 crores has been made for the irrigation sector for infrastructure development. An amount of Rs. 40 thousand 958 crores will be spent on education and related fields. Provisions related to agriculture Rs 35 thousand 353 crores, Rs 15 thousand 622 crores for health and related sectors, Rs 11 thousand 950 crores for poor welfare, Rs 11 thousand 136 crores for children, students and youth and 10 thousand for women. A provision of Rs 674 crore has been made.

There is an increase of 22 percent more in the budget of Madhya Pradesh than last year. The fiscal deficit in this budget is 4.5 percent of the state’s gross domestic product. The revenue deficit is 0.73 percent of the state’s gross domestic product. Due to the corrective steps taken by the government in 11 months, additional financial resources of 19 thousand 353 crores are being received from the Government of India.

In every gram panchayat of the state, a ration shop will be opened and one-third of the shops will be operated by women. Women’s police stations will be started in every district. Under the Ladli Laxmi budget, a provision of more than ten thousand crores has been made for women, including a provision of more than nine hundred crores.

There are provisions in this budget for the welfare of the poor and the welfare of the common man. Beneficiaries will be benefited under Sambal. A provision of Rs 600 crore has been made in Sambal. Mukhyamantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana Rs. 3200 crores, Rs. 602 crores under Mukhyamantri Gram Sadak Yojna, Rs. 1500 crores for CM Rise School, Rs. 400 crores for Annapurna Yojana, for the works of tap water from door, to door under Jal Jeevan Mission. A provision of Rs 5762 crore, Rs 3035 crore has been made for the National Health Mission, Rs 922 crore under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana.

Similarly, Rs 4592 crore for Atal Krishi Jyoti Yojana, Rs 300 crore for establishment of new medical college, Rs 400 crore for improvement in higher education, Rs 2500 crore for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, 5739 crores for road, bridge construction A provision of Rs. 397 crores have been made for training of vocational skills. Provision of funds has been made for programs run to assist women self-help groups and employ youth. Model ITI at divisional level And there is also a provision of funds for the Global Park.

A budget provision of Rs 1000 crore has been made for the interest subsidy on short-term loans to farmers of the state. New Chief Minister Farmer Crop Acquisition Assistance Scheme will be started. Similarly, an amount of Rs 2220 crore has been kept in the budget under the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme. An amount of Rs 900 crore will be spent on the development and beautification of cities under the Smart City in the budget. An amount of Rs 262 crore will be spent to increase the metro rail facility. A budget provision of Rs.1680 crore has been made for disaster management and relief.

There is a provision in the budget for the world’s largest floating solar power plant at Omkareshwar and a new solar park in six districts. The budget has been given to increase the irrigation capacity to 65 lakh hectares. Four thousand posts will be recruited in police and 24 thousand for teachers. Provision of the budget has been made for the construction of Chambal Progress-Way and Narmada Express-Way.

The target of construction of more than six thousand kilometers of roads has been set in the Prime Minister’s Gram Sadak Yojana and Mukhyamantri Gram Sadak Yojana in the state. Water-life missions will also be done for urban areas. Van Dhan Kendra will be developed at 86 places in 13 districts of the state. The diamond museum will be built in Panna. A ropeway will be constructed at Jatashankar, a religious pilgrimage site in the Chhatarpur district.

As a result of the abolition of the Central Pension Scheme for Bhopal Gas Victims, the Madhya Pradesh government will arrange pension from its budget. Approval for nine new medical colleges in the state. Small and marginal farmers will get an amount of 10 thousand rupees in a year. Along with the Pradhan Mantri Swanidhi Yojana, the benefit of Chief Minister Kisan Kalyan Yojana will also be received.

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