MP Budget Session: Finance Minister Deora presented supplementary budget of Rs 30 thousand crore, know which department got what?

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MP Budget Session: Finance Minister Deora presented supplementary budget of Rs 30 thousand crore, know which department got what?

MP Budget Session: The supplementary budget was presented in the 16th Assembly of Madhya Pradesh on Thursday, the second day of the budget session. A total provision of Rs 30,265.15 crore has been made for the Second Supplementary Budget 2023-24. There is a provision of Rs 10,173.06 crore under head and Rs 20,092.09 crore under capital head. Time is fixed for 2 hours of discussion tomorrow to discuss the second supplementary budget.

Cm mohan with kamalnath

Kamal Nath and Vijayvargiya laughing and joking were seen doing
This picture was taken during the assembly session on Thursday. CM Mohan Yadav, Assembly Speaker Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister Prahlad Patel, former CM Kamal Nath and Cabinet Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya are standing together. Kamal Nath and Vijayvargiya were seen standing next to each other and laughing. On Tuesday in Chhindwara, Kailash Vijayvargiya had called Kamal Nath a stale fruit. This picture is saying something else.

Which department got how much in the second supplementary budget, know here

  • There is a provision of Rs 100 crore for District Mining Fund Scheme under Madhya Pradesh State Government Mineral Resources Department.
  • Madhya Pradesh under Commercial Tax Department. 106 crores for Transport Infrastructure Development Fund Scheme and M.P. There is a provision of Rs 47 crore for Urban Transport Infrastructure Development Fund.
  • The state government has made a provision of Rs 200 crore for the Chief Minister Shramik Seva Prasuti Sahayata Yojana under the Public Health and Family Welfare Department, Rs 220 crore for the Additional Incentive Scheme for Asha workers and Rs 2.50 crore for the Chief Minister Air Ambulance Scheme.
  • 13,365 crore for the scheme of supply of share capital under UDAY scheme to the power distribution companies under the Energy Department, M.P. Under the Cess Act 1982, there is a provision of Rs 181 crore for the Energy Development Fund and Rs 579 crore for the Atal Grih Jyoti Yojana.
  • There is a provision of Rs 350 crore for the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan under the School Education Department.
  • 400 crore for Madhya Pradesh Road Development Program (ADB), 450 crore for Central Road Fund Scheme under Public Works Department, 400 crore for compensation for land acquisition, 150 crore for construction of major bridges, 150 crore for rural roads and 525 crore for construction/upgradation scheme of other district roads, M.P. There is a provision of Rs 250 crore for the scheme for construction of roads through Road Development Corporation and Rs 200 crore for the construction of new rural and other district roads.
  • There is a provision of Rs 26 crore for the PM Janman Multipurpose Center Construction Scheme under the Tribal Affairs Department.
  • As per the recommendation of the 15th Finance Commission, a provision of Rs 2,135 crore has been made for grants to local bodies under the Panchayat Department.
  • Under the Madhya Pradesh Public Relations Department, a provision of Rs 120 crore has been made for print media, Rs 120 crore for publicity on electronic media, Rs 70 crore for publicity on special occasions and Rs 14 crore for programme, organization and management.
  • Provision of Rs 2,616 crore for Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) National Rural Drinking Water Mission scheme under the Public Health Engineering Department.
  • The government has made a provision of Rs 200 crore for social security and welfare under the Department of Social Justice and Disabled Welfare and Rs 50 crore for financial assistance to Deendayal Antyodaya Mission.
  • Provision of Rs 62 crore for payment of electricity bills and Rs 807 crore for implementation of various irrigation schemes under Narmada Valley Development Department.
  • Provision of Rs 50 crore for payment of electricity bills under Water Resources Department and Rs 420 crore for implementation of various irrigation projects.
  • Under the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department, there is a provision of Rs 150 crore for grant from the state government on purchasing sugar through open tender system.
  • Under the Animal Husbandry and Dairy Department, there is a provision of Rs 30 crore for Cow Promotion and Animal Husbandry Scheme and Rs 50 crore for Chief Minister Animal Husbandry Development Scheme.
  • 614 crore for Anganwadi services (Saksham Anganwadi and Nutrition 2.0) under the Women and Child Development Department, 1648 crore for Chief Minister Ladli Brahmin Yojana 2023, 760 crore for Ladli Lakshmi Yojana, 176 crore for Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana and Integrated Child Protection. Provision of Rs 70 crore for the scheme (Mission Vatsalya), Rs 128 crore for the Nutrition Abhiyaan (NNM) (Saksham Anganwadi and Poshan 2.0) scheme.
  • 119 crores for medical colleges and affiliated hospitals under the Medical Education Department, 362 crores for establishment of new medical colleges, P.M.S.S.Y. fairy. Under this, a provision of Rs 38 crore for the establishment of superspeciality hospital, Rs 56 crore for Ratlam/Datia/Shivpuri and Satna Medical College.
  • A provision of Rs 346 crore is proposed for the Prime Minister Poshan Shakti Nirman under the Rural Development Department and Rs 183 crore for the state scheme for payment of honorarium to cooks under the Pradhan Mantri Poshan Shakti Nirman Yojana.
  • Provision has been made for the Chief Minister Heli Tourism Service New Scheme under the Tourism Department.
  • Symbolic provision for the Prime Minister’s College of Excellence new scheme under the Higher Education Department.

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