Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday unveiled a 5 1.55-lakh crore budget for the 2021-22 budget, with health, agriculture and infrastructure identified as priority areas.
Presenting budget estimates, with no new tax proposals, Khattar, who is in charge of the financial portfolio, proposed a budget of 55 1,55,645 crore for FY 2021-22, an increase of 13% over FY 2020-21 of angama 1 crore 37 738. The total budget includes 25% as capital expenditure of, 38,718 crore and 75% as capital expenditure of 16 1,16,927 crore.
Compared to the revised estimates for 2020-21, the 2021-22 budget estimates show an increase of ₹ 10,084 crore in revenue. According to the 2021-22 budget estimate, the losses are estimated at ₹ 29,193 crore (3.29% of GSDP) compared with 20,856 grants in the current fund.
Debt debt is likely to increase to ₹ 2,29,976 crore from March 2022 from 99 1,99,823 crore from March 2021, making up 25.92% of GSDP.
Khattar said the Covid-19 epidemic had unprecedented challenges and “taught us many lessons”. He said that It is important that the budget prioritises certain areas that are critical to reviving the economy, especially in times of crisis. They have identified health, agriculture and infrastructure as the priorities we need to focus on recovery and regeneration.
Announces the Antyodaya plan to the government
Khattar said the Parivar Pehchan Patra program would go a long way in improving the lives of citizens by focusing on the delivery of free, non-binding services to citizens. It will help to make citizens easier and better governance.
“Our implementation plan is guided by the principles of Antyodaya – to serve and elevate the last person first,” he told the House and announced the launch of a new program – Mukhyamantri Antyodya Parivar Utthan Abhiyan. The scheme will draw certified information from Parivar Pehchan Patra and identify the poorest 1 lakh families in Haryana.
A package of measures from education, skills development, employment, self-employment and job creation will be adopted and made available to individual families to ensure their economic growth to reach the minimum economic limit of 1.8 lakh per year. Once one lakh families have been successfully developed, the government will identify the next number of the poorest 1 lakh families and work to boost the economy, he said.
The campaign will be an umbrella for inclusive government program identification schemes or a set of programs to fund the development of each identified family. Each department will prioritize the schemes they use to improve the poorest families. He also said that by the year 2025 if they are united in making Abhiyan, he hopes that he will not see a family in the province living in poverty.
It also commits itself to doubling farmers’ incomes
Khattar said his government needed to continue assisting farmers to pave the way for Haryana’s economic growth. Proposed for the release of ₹ 6,110 crore in 2021-22, of which 99,998 million has been earmarked for agriculture and farmer welfare, ₹ 489 crore for farming, 2 1,225 crore for livestock and trade, ₹ 125 crore for fishing and ₹ of cooperation. The release of, 6,110 crore for 2021-22 shows an increase of 20.9 percent compared to the 2020-21 total amount of ₹ 5,052 crore.
He said the government was committed to doubling farmers’ incomes.
“We owe a lot to our farmers, the hard work and hard work that has made Haryana the country’s food industry. Agriculture is the backbone of our economy. We are committed to doubling the farmer’s income and ensuring his health, ”he said.
Cr 700 crore technology-based learning
Khattar has awarded 700 crore crore to promote technology-based learning in all public schools, including the provision of digital tablets and digital classes.
The chief minister said the government was considering introducing a policy to guide the functioning of municipal entities to create a positive spirit of healthy competition in these structures. The provincial government will issue a recommendation to those municipalities that meet the performance standards set by the Municipal Performance Index.
Panchkula, Hisar has become a smart, inclusive city
Khattar said the government is developing an international city near Manner to be a major business center in the National Capital Region. “Panchkula and Hisar will be developed into smart, inclusive homes,” the prime minister said.