Finance Minister Jagdish Devda is presenting the budget of Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, there is a lot of uproar by the opposition. The opposition is creating ruckus today regarding the increased gas prices. During the speech, Finance Minister Deora said that the government is not implementing any new tax.
The Madhya Pradesh government had presented a budget of Rs 2.79 lakh crore in the financial year 2022-23, this time a budget of about Rs 3.20 lakh crore is being presented.’
- Provision of Rs 600 crore for women’s self-help groups in the state
- 1000 rupees per month to women under Chief Minister Ladli Bahna Yojana
- Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandan Yojana Registration of 21 lakh beneficiaries, payment of an amount of 1 thousand 466 crores.
- This is the last budget of the fourth term of Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government and before the elections, BJP has given special attention to half the voters of Madhya Pradesh ie women.
- Rs 3230 crore budget for CM Rise School
- The government did not propose any new tax in the budget
- Announcement of CM Balika Scooty Scheme, first coming schoolgirl will get scooty
- Announcement of recruitment on vacant posts in schools
- Rs 1 lakh 2,976 crores allocated for women’s welfare
- Rs 1000 crore budget for CM Kaushal Yojana
- The budget of the sports department has been increased to Rs 738 crore.
- Announcement of 1 lakh government jobs in the state
A day before the budget, Congress MLA from Raghogarh Jaivardhan Singh accused the government of misleading the youth and making false promises of jobs. On Tuesday, in a written reply to the questions asked by Mevaram Jatav, MLA from Gohad in Bhind, the government said that in the last financial year, more than 38 lakh 93 thousand educated and uneducated unemployed were registered on the MP Employment Portal, out of which only 21 applicants were given government jobs. And employment has been made available in semi-government offices. Offer letters have been given to 2,51,577 applicants by private-sector employers.