With a goal of constructing (*140*) Pradesh ‘atmanirbhar’, the Yogi Adityanath authorities on Monday introduced a whopping Rs 5,50,270.78 crore funds for 2021-22 within the state Assembly. With Assembly elections within the state lower than a 12 months away, the funds consists of new schemes of Rs 27,598.40 crore.
The funds introduced by Finance Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna, within the presence of CM Yogi Adityanath , is over Rs 37,410 crore greater than the earlier 12 months’s funds measurement, making it the most important fund allocation. Reading out the funds speech from a laptop computer, Khanna stated the goal was to make (*140*) Pradesh “atmanirbhar” and guarantee all-spherical growth of the state.
UP BUDGET 2021-22 HIGHLIGHTS
* The state authorities has allotted Rs 140 crore for total growth of Ayodhya and Rs 101 crore for airport within the metropolis. The authorities has allotted Rs 2000 crore for new airports in Noida’s Jewar, Chitrakoot and Sonbhadra airports.
* Under Mukhya Mantri Kanya Sumangal Yojana, the federal government allotted Rs 1,200 crore to present tablets to woman college students.
* For the Gorakhpur Expressway, the federal government has given Rs 750 crore. For the Purvanchal Expressway and Bundelkhand Expressway, the federal government allotted Rs 1,107 crore and Rs 1,492 crore, respectively. Rs 7,200 crore for land acquisition of Ganga Expressway Project and Rs 489 crore for building work.
* In view of doubling farmers’ revenue by the 12 months 2022, an outlay of Rs 100 crore proposed for Atma Nirbhar Krishak Samanvit Vikas Yojana within the 12 months 2021-22.
* Rs 600 crore for the Mukhyamantri Krishak Durghatna Kalyan Yojana.
* Rs 700 crore for the free water facility to farmers.
* Rs 400 crore to offering crop mortgage to farmers at concessional charges.
* Tablets to be offered to eligible college students beneath ‘Mukhya Mantri Abhyudaya’ Yojana.
* A plan to arrange Model Career Centre in 12 different districts of the state.
* Rs 20 crore made for the institution of recent sports activities college in Meerut district.
* ‘Mukhyamantri Pravasi Shramik Udyamita Vikas Yojana’ – a brand new scheme of Rs 100 crore to be launched with the purpose of offering employment and self-employment to the migrant employees coming from different states.
* Rs 12 crore made for Mukhyamantri Durghatna Bima Yojana for offering social safety to palledars, labourers’ households and employees of unorganized sector.
* Mukhyamantri Jan Arogya Yojana launched. Provision of Rs. 100 crore for this scheme. A provision of Rs. 270 crore for Atal Awasiya Vidyalaya.
* Rs 50 crore for vaccination scheme in direction of prevention of Covid-19.
* Rs 1300 crore made for Ayushman Bharat Yojana. Rs 142 crore made for Ayushman Bharat- Mukhyamantri Jan Arogya Yojana.
* Rs 320 crore made for Pradhanmantri Matritva Vandana Yojana.
* Rs 1073 crore made for creating diagnostic infrastructure for main well being care amenities. Rs 425 crore made for Urban Health and Arogya Centres.
* Rs 54 crore made for strengthening the State Drug Control System the place as Rs 50 crore proposed for the institution of meals and drug laboratories and divisional places of work in 12 commissionaires of the state.
* Rs 77 crore made for institution of block stage Public Health Units.
* Rs 1950 crore made for building of recent medical schools in 13 districts equivalent to Bijnor, Kushinagar, Sultanpur, Gonda Lalitpur, Lakhimpur-Kheri, Chandauli, Bulandshahar, Sonbhadra, Pilibhit, Auraiya, Kanpur Dehat and (*50*).
* Rs 48 crore for medical schools of 16 un- served districts of the state to make them operational in PPP mode.
* Rs 23 crore proposed for National Digital Health Mission.
* Rs 960 crore proposed for medical schools beneath building in Etah, Hardoi, Pratapgarh, Fatehpur, Siddharthnagar, Deoria, Ghazipur and Mirzapur. Rs 175 crore proposed for the institution of recent medical schools in Amethi and Balrampur.
* Rs 100 crore for the institution of the Atal Bihari Bajpayee Medical University, Lucknow.
* Rs 15,000 crore for Jal Jeevan Mission (Gramin) Scheme. Rs 1400 crore for Swachh Bharat Mission (Shahri).
* Rs 2,031 crore for the development of over 12 lakh personal bogs and 98,000 group bogs within the 12 months 2021-2022 beneath the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) scheme.
This is the Adityanath authorities’s first paperless funds. It can also be the fifth funds of the current authorities within the state earlier than the following UP Assembly polls.