First supplementary budget of Rs 2904 cr passed in Assly.

Raipur. The first supplementary budget of Rs 2904 crore 41 lakh 70 thousand 571 for the financial year 2022-23 was passed in the Chhattisgarh Vidhan Sabha on Friday. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, while giving a series of answers to the discussion held in the House on the first supplement, gave information about the financial management, achievements and provisions of the supplementary budget of the state government.

Replying to the discussion, the Chief Minister made several announcements. He said that the recruitment process of 10 thousand new teachers would start soon in the state. He said that after the year 1998, 14 thousand teachers have been recruited by the state government, who are being appointed after examining the documents. The Chief Minister said that the purchase of cow urine is also going to start from Hareli festival. This will help organic farming in the state. He said that 163 mobile veterinary units would be started soon for the treatment of animals, for which a provision of Rs.10 lakh has been made in the supplementary.

The units to be set up in Mahatma Gandhi Rural Industrial Park being developed in Gauthan will be given the benefit of Half Bijli Bill Scheme in the total electricity bill without any limit on electricity consumption. Similarly, the Chief Minister has given Rs. 266 crore to the PDS center operators of Universal Public Distribution System for giving dealer margin money, Rs. 100 crore for distribution of gram in scheduled areas and general areas, 300 medical treatment for mobile units of Haat-Bazar clinic scheme. Recruitment of officers, construction of building of medical college of Korba, Kanker, Mahasamund, arrangement of equipment and cancer institute of Bilaspur Rs.250 crore, Rs.25.50 crore for 120 Devgudi and 94 Ghotul, 1.85 for Rajim Maghi Punni Mela site development Crore, one crore for the development of Giroudpuri and Bhandarpuri, Rs 10 crore for the Ramayana Mandali incentive scheme for the protection and promotion of the artists of Ramayana troupe and sustainable development of art teams, Rs 9 crore for the development of Damakheda. .

The Chief Minister said that Rs 19 crore, 9058 educational and 2565 non-educational posts have been sanctioned for the construction of additional rooms in nearby government hostels for residential facilities for the children of Swami Atmanand Excellent English Medium School. He made other allocations also in his speech.

Buland Chhattisgarh

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