Major statements and programs in the Chhattisgarh Budget 2023 for farmers, young people, and women

The state budget for the annual year 2023–2024 was unveiled on Monday by Bhupesh Baghel, chief minister of Chhattisgarh and minister of finance. It is known to as a “e-Budget” because it was presented on a tablet and has a budget of more than Rs 1 lakh crore.

Following are a few highlights of the Chhattisgarh Budget 2023-34.

  •  On presenting the budget, Baghel mentioned that a sum of Rs 25 crore had been placed for the “Naveen Yojana” to benefit young people who are unemployed. Those who have completed Class 12 and are between the ages of 18 and 25 would be qualified for the monthly financial support of Rs 2,500 if their family’s yearly income is less than Rs 2.5 lakh.
  • No new taxes were announced.
  • For seniors, widows, and people with disabilities, the Samajik Suraksha Pension Yojana’s pension sum has been increased from Rs 300 to Rs 500. The monthly honorarium for employers at Anganwadi Kendras increased from Rs. 6,500 to Rs. 10,000. Individuals making Rs 3,000 per month will now receive Rs 5,000 per month.
  • The pay for school cleaners has increased to Rs 2800, the pay for school chefs has increased to Rs 1,500, and the pay for house guards has increased to Rs 6,420.
  • Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana costs Rs 6,800.
  • The financial help under the Mukhiya Mantri Kanya Vivah Yojana has risen from Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000.
  • Industrial parks will be built.
  • Nivesh Protsahan Yojana received RS 26 crore in funding
  • 101 English-medium Naveen Swami Atmanand schools will open. Budgeted for this is Rs. 870 crore.
  • The state will welcome the opening of four new medical colleges.
  • Also revealed was the Dr. Khoobchand Baghel Health Support Plan, which will cost Rs. 990 crore.
  • From Nava Raipur to Durg, there will be a light metro service introduced.
  • Ram Van Gamman Trail will cost Rs 2 crore.
  • Riverfront spanning the Kharun River will cost Rs 10 crore.
  • There is a plan to increase women’s employment.
  • The new Chhattisgarh Bhawan in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, has been given a budget of Rs 28 crore.
  • A composite building and collector bhavan cost Rs 10 crore.
  • The Chhattisgarh National Link Yojana declared the Chhattisgarh Jan Niwas Yojana for pilgrims visiting other states.
  • Rs 2.73 crore for services and temple maintenance.
  • A mobile medical unit in rural locations will cost Rs 5 crore.
  • For the construction of a 700-bed integrated hospital building at the Dr. BR Ambedkar Memorial Hospital in Raipur, Rs 85 crores have been set aside. There will be mental hospitals at Ambikapur and Raipur.
  • The Jal Jeevan Mission Yojana will cost Rs 2000 crore. Installing rainwater harvesting systems at government buildings will cost Rs 25 crore.
  • 25 million rupees for the Kaushalya Samridhi Yojana
  • In Narayanpur, the Malkhamb Academy was declared. Kunkuri’s Adventure Sports Center and the Chhattisgarhi Olympics’ Rs 25 crore provision. There will be an international badminton academy in Raipur.
  • The state government would construct a hostel for Kota-based students.
  • Primary and higher education development will receive an investment of Rs 400 crore.
  • There will be an airport built at Baikunth and Korba.
  • From Rs. 700 to Rs. 1200, the quantity of food aid was increased.
  • To launch the Mukhya Mantri dharohar Darjan Yojana. Students will receive a tour and information about the state’s history as a result of this effort.
  • Rs 23.25 billion for the construction of new courts.
  • Rs 500 billion for road maintenance/development
  • Mukhiya Mantra Vriksha Sampada Yojana budget: Rs 100 crore
  • The new Raipur jungle safari would cost Rs 11 crore.
  • For SC, ST, and OBCs: Mukhiya Mantri Protsahan Yojana.
  • $400 billion will be spent on primary and higher education.
  • The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna would cost Rs 3,000 crore.
  • The International Ramayan Utsav will cost Rs 12 crore.

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The Chhattisgarh Assembly’s budget session got underway on Wednesday. 14 sittings will be held throughout the session, which will end on March 24. Before the state holds elections at the end of 2023, it will be the final budget session of the Bhupesh Baghel-led Congress administration.

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