The Yogi government has made several big announcements in the last budget of its tenure. The government has taken care of all sections of the society in this budget.
The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has opened the treasury for all parts of society in the last budget of its tenure (UP Budget 2021). In this budget of the Yogi government, big plans and reliefs have been announced for farmers, women, laborers, students and industry. Finance Minister Suresh Khanna presented the 5th and full budget of the government 2021-22 in the assembly on Monday. The total budget of this session is 5 lakh 50 thousand 270 crore.
Head of government declaration:
1. Swachh Bharat Mission:
A budget of Rs 2031 crore was given for the construction of 12 lakh 13 thousand individual toilets for rural areas and 98 thousand community toilets.
Budget of Rs 1400 crore for urban areas, provision of Rs 175 crore for urban sewerage and drainage system
1107 crore budget for Purvanchal Expressway project.
Budget of Rs 1492 crore for Bundelkhand Expressway project.
Gorakhpur Link Express- A budget of 860 crores for the project.
Budget of Rs 7200 crore for land
Acquisition of Ganga Expressway project and Rs 489 crore for construction work – Budget of Rs 12,441 crore for construction of roads and bridges under Public Works Department for the financial year 2021-2022.
A budget of 4135 crores for roads and bridges.
A budget of 695 crore rupees to connect villages and habitations with pucca connectivity routes.
A budget of Rs 440 crore for road construction under World Bank aided Uttar Pradesh Core Road Network Project and Rs 208 crore for road construction under Asian Development Bank assisted UP Main District Development Project.
A budget of Rs. 1192 crores for railway overriding bridges.
A budget of 695 crore rupees has been proposed for connecting villages and habitations with pucca link roads.
440 crore rupees proposed for construction of roads under World Bank aided Uttar Pradesh Core Road Network Project and Rs. 208 crores for construction of roads under Asian Development Bank assisted UP Main District Development Project.
IIT Metro to run between Kanpur and Moti Lake, a budget of Rs 597 crore.
700 crores will be given to farmers for free water facility. It has also been announced in the budget to give loans to farmers at a discounted price.
A budget of Rs 1137 crore for the Central Ganga Canal Project, Rs 976 crore for the Rajghat Canal Project, Rs 610 crore for the Saryu Canal Project, Rs 271 crore for the Eastern Ganga Canal Project and Rs 104 crore for the Ken Betwa Link Canal Project.
150 crore budget for advance storage of chemical fertilizers. To provide loans to farmers at concessional rates from NABARD, a budget provision of Rs. 400 crores proposed under the interest subsidy scheme. Proposal for budget provision of Rs 10 crore for integrated cooperative development scheme.
From the financial year 2021-22, self-reliant Farmers Equivalent Development Scheme will be implemented. The farmers of the Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana will also get the benefit of the Chief Minister Farmer Accident Welfare Scheme.
4. Industry and Employment
– A provision of Rs. 250 crore for ‘One District – One – Product’ (ODOP) scheme in the state. Decision to revive the assets of closed spinning mills of UP State Spinning Company and establish industrial parks / locations / clusters in PPP mode. For this, a provision of 100 crores proposed.
100 crore budget for the Chief Minister’s Youth Self-Employment Scheme. Budget provision of Rs. 30 crore proposed for Vishwakarma Shram Samman Yojana for traditional artisans of urban and rural areas.
Under the Chief Minister Gramodyog Rozgar Yojana, interest free loan up to Rs. 10 lakh to the general women and reserved category beneficiaries and arrangement to provide loans through banks at 4 percent annual interest to the male beneficiaries of the general category. A provision of Rs 10 crore is proposed in the budget to preserve / promote the art and artisans of Matikala.
– Target to generate 25,000 jobs in the field of textiles in the financial year 2021-2022.
Provision of power supply to the powerloom weavers by the state government at a subsidized rate.
Establishment of an electronic city near Jewar Airport in Yamuna Expressway, target of setting up Defense Electronics Manufacturing Cluster in Bundelkhand. Proposed construction of state-of-the-art information technology complex on PPP model in an area of 40 acres in Nadarganj in front of the airport in Lucknow.
– Target of 25,000 employment surgeons in the field of textile industry in the financial year 2021 22. Provision of power supply to the powerloom weavers by the state government at a discounted rate. Establishment of an Electronic City near Yamuna Expressway Jewar Airport aims to set up Defense Electronic Manufacturing Cluster in Bundelkhand. Proposed construction of state-of-the-art information technology complex on PPP model in 40 acres area at Nadarganj opposite Airport in Lucknow. 10 crore budget arrangement for Integrated Cooperative Development Scheme.
– Announcement of 9 new medical colleges, target to start teaching sessions for medical colleges under construction from July 2021.
– A provision of Rs 25 crore proposed for the construction of rural stadium and open gym.
For the establishment of new sports university in district Meerut, a provision of Rs.
In the financial year 2021-22, a provision of Rs 20 crore for the promotion of youth and women Mars parties.
A budget provision of Rs 270 crores proposed for the Atal Residential School.
Provision of Rs. 40 crore for providing free Unifom every year to all children of basic education classes 1 to 8. A provision of 300 crore rupees for the financial year 2021-2022 for providing shoe-stocking and sweaters to all children.
Announcement of Rs. 110 crore in the budget of financial year 2021-2022 for making school bags available to students from class-1 to class-8.
A budget proposal of Rs 3406 crores for the Mid Day Meal Program. In the budget of 2021-2022, a budgetary arrangement of Rs. 18,172 crore for the Composite Education Campaign.
A budget of 90 crores for the completion of the residual works of Secondary Education Sainik School Mainpuri, Jhansi and Amethi and construction of 01 new Sainik School in Gorakhpur district. A budget of 200 crores for the development of infrastructure facilities in aided private secondary schools.
A budget provision of Rs. 05 crore for the establishment of aided non-government secondary schools, establishment facility in government Sanskrit schools, formation of Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Education Directorate and office building of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Education Council.
Provision of Rs. 15 crore for development of Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey Sainik School to double its capacity, construction of hostel of 150 capacity for girl cadet and construction of one thousand capacity under construction auditorium. A budget provision of Rs 100 crore was proposed to complete the residual works of the government inter colleges under construction. Higher education . A state university will be established in each of the divisions of the state.
In the financial year 2021-2022, a budget provision of 200 crores for the construction work of government colleges. Vocational Education and Skill Development Arrangement of free training for SC / ST candidates in all government industrial training institutes of the state.
A new scheme “Mukhyamantri Pravasi Shramik Entrepreneurship Development Scheme” is being launched to provide employment and self-employment to the workers and workers of the state who have come back from different states. Budget provision of 100 crores proposed for this scheme.
Mukhyamantri Accident Insurance Scheme for the purpose of providing social security to the palladars, labor families and workers in the unorganized sector. For this, a budget provision of 12 crores was proposed.
– 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.
Announcement of 1300 crores for Ayushman India.
A budget of Rs 100 crore was given for the beginning of Mukhyamantri Jan Arogya Yojana.
A budget of Rs. Crore for vaccination scheme for prevention of Kovid-19.
10029 crores for housing,
2200 crores for Amrit scheme –
2000 crores for smart city, 80 crores for Kanha Gaushala –
1000 crores for Chief Minister’s overall estate development, 7000 crores for PM Housing Rural ..
– National Employment Guarantee 5500 crores under, arrangement of 5000 crores for PM road scheme
– Police houses will be named in the memory of martyred police personnel in their name.
Reservation Bill approved for Group ‘B’ jobs to unprecedented soldiers
140 crores for the development of
Ayodhya, 50 crores for Lucknow’s National Inspiration Site Development, 100 crores for the metro in Varanasi-Gorakhpur – The airport to be built in Ayodhya will be named Maryada Purushottam Shri Ram Airport. To make this, the Yogi government has made a provision of Rs 101 crore in the budget of this time,
2000 crore for Zaver Airport, Chitrakoot and Sonbhadra Airport will become active in 2021.
Billing through probes while improving the billing system. During the last 3 years, about 1 crore 24 lakh new power connections in the state, 75 districts have been saturated as per the target. Giving priority to rural areas, electrification of 01 crore 21 lakh 32 thousand majors and a total of 01 crore 38 lakh 01 thousand power connections were distributed. Under Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana (Naveen), 100 percent target of electrification of 100 MP Adarsh villages has been completed.