Rajasthan Budget: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has set a new record by presenting the Rajasthan Budget 2023 in the Assembly on Friday i.e. Feb 10.
Giving preference to youth, women, farmers and sportspersons in his budget, Gehlot gave a recorded speech for more than three and a half hours.
This budget speech of Gehlot lasted longer than last year. Gehlot broke his old record this time in the budget speech. Gehlot had given a budget speech for about three hours last year.
However, a historic and major lapse has also been recorded in this budget. Due to this, there was a lot of uproar in the assembly and the proceedings of the house had to be postponed twice.
While starting the budget speech, CM Gehlot read out the announcements of the old budget.
Now free treatment of up to 25 lakhs, accident insurance of 10 lakhs will be available in Chiranjeevi Yojana.
Government jobs for children orphaned in Corona when they turn 18.
Domestic consumers will now get 100 units of free electricity instead of 50.
LPG cylinder in Rs. 500 to families included in BPL-Ujjwala scheme.
No fee will be charged after one time registration in recruitment examinations.
Women will now get 50% discount on roadways buses.
Students will be able to travel 75 km free of cost in the bus.
All contract workers will be regular.
DLC rate will increase every year by 5% instead of 10%. Plots and flats will be cheaper.
Medical Colleges in Rajsamand, Jalore and Pratapgarh Districts.
Indira Gandhi Working Women Hostel will be established.
Through the app, farmers themselves can do Girdawari online. For this, an announcement was made to prepare the system at a cost of 12 crores.
Announcement of interest free loan of 3000 crores from co-operative banks, interest subsidy of 1050 crores for this.
Formation of Rs 500 crore Youth Development and Welfare Fund for education, employment and skill development under youth policy.
To provide employment to the youth, 100 mega job fairs will be organized.
Assistance to 30,000 students under the Mukhyamantri Anuprati Yojana.
A special task force will be set up inside the SOG to prevent copying and paper leaks.
If 18-35-year-old youth buy a property worth Rs 50 lakh for a startup or take it on lease for 10 years, they will not have to pay stamp duty.
Under the Senior Citizen Pilgrimage Scheme, one lakh elders will be given free travel to religious places like Ayodhya, Varanasi in two years.
APJ Abdul Kalam Institute of Biotechnology will be established in Jaipur.
Rajiv Gandhi Aviation University will also open in Jaipur. Mining University in Kota Division.
Marwar Medical University will be built in Jodhpur at a cost of Rs 500 crore.
Rs 450 crore for 2,000 drones to various departments.
A centre of excellence will be opened for figs in Sirohi.