The Yogi government presented the budget for the financial year 2021-22 on Monday. In this last budget of CM Yogi's tenure, big announcements have been made for farmers and laborers. The government claimed that during the Corona period, the government transported 40 lakh migrants to their homes. Apart from this, 12 thousand students trapped in Kota were also brought back safely. Also, 700 crore rupees have been announced to provide free water to farmers. The budget also promises to give loans to farmers at a discounted price.
Finance Minister Suresh Khanna, while reading the budget, announced that more productive crops will be identified in the state. Farmer production organizations will be established at the block level. 100 crore rupees will also be given for this. He said that the government's goal is to double the income of farmers.
Financial assistance given to 20 lakh laborers
The government provided employment to a large number of people. During the Corona period, 40 lakh laborers were brought back to the state. Financial assistance extended to 20 lakh laborers. Increased speed of Karona test. With this, the Yogi government did a better job in every field. The year 2020 was challenging. The government employed more than 8 crore workers.
How many budgets received
-Knya Sumngl plan 1,200 crore
-mahila power stations to 32 million Pradesh Rs 700 crore for the canals
32 crore for the Digital Health Mission
-purwancl expressway Rs 1107 crore
for -nirmanadhin Medical Colleges 950 Rs. Crore -
25 Crores for Village in Village -
Facility of Free Hostel in Sanskrit Schools -
Provision of 600 Crores for Insurance -
20 Crores for Adhikar Chamber
- Announcement of 101 Crores for Ayodhya Airport
Financial assistance of five lakhs was given to the farmers who died in road accident. Mukhyamantri Abhyodaya Yojana was started. Water, electricity and banking facilities will be available in every household. The details of the budget presented by the Yogi government year after year - The first budget was presented in the financial year 2017-18 for 3.84 lakh crore. There was a budget of 3.84 lakh crore in the financial year 2017-18. There was a budget of 4.28 lakh crores in 2018-19. There was a budget of 4.79 lakh crore in 2019-20. A budget of 5.12 lakh crore rupees was presented in 2020-21.