Yogi Govt Presents A Rs 6.90 Lakh Crore Budget, The Biggest In The History Of UP

Yogi Govt Presents A Rs 6.90 Lakh Crore Budget, The Biggest In The History Of UP

Lucknow, February 22 (TNA) The Yogi Adityanath-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government on Wednesday presented the biggest budget - of Rs 6.90 lakh crore in the history of the state. New schemes worth Rs 32.721 crores have been included in the budget.

In his budget speech, Finance Minister Suresh Khanna said that UP has a big contribution in the country's GDP and pointed out how the state government had recently organized a grand Global Investors Summit (GIS). Uttar Pradesh has become the engine of growth, he added.

Investment is coming in UP from India and abroad. The unemployment rate in UP has come down to 4.2 percent. This is an important achievement of the state. The UP government is continuously working for the development of the state.

More than 33 lakh crore has been invested in GIS. The growth rate of UP has increased. Investment is increasing in Uttar Pradesh, the FM further pointed out.

The high points of the budget include:

7248 crore for old age, farmer pension

1120 crore for disabled pension scheme

42 crore for leprosy pension scheme

100 crore for Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana

3600 crores for tablets and smartphones

Students will get tablets, smartphones

100 crores for seed fund for startups

60 crores for information technology startup policy

20 crores for Agriculture Accelerator Fund

1050 crore for Kanya Sumangala scheme

150 crore for marriage grant scheme

4032 crores for widow women

12 crores for the Chief Minister's Accidental Insurance Scheme

Arrangement of 5 crores for young lawyers

Target to provide 40 thousand new jobs

550 crores for the Defense Corridor project

200 crore for industrial corridor in Gorakhpur

One school in every mandal for the children of laborers

235 crore for Jhansi-Chitrakoot Link Expressway

1000 crores for housing of policemen

850 crore for new police commissionerate office, housing

10 crores for new SDRF vehicles

12,631 crore for National Rural Health Mission

1,655 crore to PM Self-reliant Healthy India Scheme

1,547 crore for the establishment of Mobile Unit Hospital

400 crores for Ayushman Bharat, PM Jan Arogya Yojana

320 crore for Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana

100 crores for purchase of equipments at CHC

15 crores for PHC-CHC works

14 new medical colleges will be established

2491 crore 39 lakh for medical college

100 crores for the treatment of incurable diseases

25 crores for the establishment and development of Pharma Parks

200 crores for the establishment of Unity Mall

21159 crore 62 lakh for the construction of roads and bridges

1700 crores for the construction of railway over bridges

Rs 25,350 crore for Jal Jeevan Mission

317 crore for the implementation of solar energy policy

45 crores for the implementation of the state bio-energy policy

585 crore for Kanpur Metro

465 crore for Agra Metro Rail Project

3,000 crore for Chief Minister's urban expansion

2,500 crore for the Maha Kumbh Mela, 2025

100 crores for the construction of Kanha Gaushala

500 crore for proper development of urban roads

100 crore for aspirational city plan

600 crore for special plan of Bundelkhand

525 crore for special schemes of Purvanchal

5,966 crore for Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana

1203 crore for Chief Minister's Housing Scheme

85 crore to Chief Minister Panchayat Promotion Scheme

984 crore 54 lakh for National Agriculture Development Plan

750 crores for the maintenance of abandoned cattle

120 crores for the establishment of large cow protection centers

3 crore 44 lakh for sheep farming scheme

257 crore 50 lakh for whole sale fish market

10 crore for Chief Minister Matsya Sampada Yojana

5 crore for Nishadraj boat subsidy scheme

20,255 crore for Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan

50 crores for free uniform distribution

650 crores for free sweater and shoe-stocking

100 crores for Sanskrit schools

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