Announcement of building Rajasthan Mandapam in Rajasthan Budget 2024, see many more big gifts

Jaipur : Rajasthan Finance Minister Diya Kumari is presenting the first full budget of the Bhajan Lal government in the Assembly on Wednesday. This is the first time that a state budget is being presented before the central budget. It is being said that this budget is in line with the vision of the Center, which will prepare a road map for PM Modi’s vision of ‘Developed India’. The biggest challenge before the Rajasthan government is to deal with the debt, as the state is in a huge debt of Rs 5.79 lakh crore, which is the highest for any state in the country. An investor summit is also expected to be held in Rajasthan in December, so the government can look at investment friendly policies in the budget.

All eyes will also be on whether the Bhajan Lal government discontinues some of the schemes started by the Gehlot government? Just like the free mobile scheme for women was discontinued earlier. However, based on the previous government’s focus on health, an increase in health insurance cover can be seen. On the other hand, the old pension scheme had also become a topic of political discussion. Now it will be interesting to see how the new government deals with the pension problem. Today is the first full budget of the new BJP government, which is expected to outline its vision for the state for the next five years.

Finance Minister Diya Kumari listed 10 targets of Rajasthan by 2047. This year, tap water will be supplied to 25 lakh rural homes. The government will spend 15 thousand crore rupees. 6 projects worth more than 20 thousand crore rupees will be started, which will provide drinking water to 5 thousand 846 additional villages. Amrit 2.0 scheme for drinking water in urban areas as well, 5 thousand 180 crore rupees will be spent in 183 cities of the state. 32 water bodies will be renovated.

‘Rajasthan of 2047’ our 10 resolutions

1. To make the state a $350 billion economy
2. Development of basic amenities like water, roads

3. Empowerment of farmer families with dignity

4. Promotion of MSME with increased industries

5. Heritage conservation

6. Green Rajasthan and environmental protection with sustainable development

7. Human resource development and health for all

8. Dignified life for poor and deprived families

9. Good Governance

10. Urban-rural and regional development with planned development

Two new solar parks will be built in Rajasthan
Two new solar parks will be built in Rajasthan. One solar park will be built in Jaisalmer and one in Pogal. All government offices will be connected to solar energy in a phased manner. Electricity connections will be given to 2 lakh 8 thousand houses. Adarsh ​​solar villages will be built under the PM Surya Ghar Yojana. Smart meters will be installed to prevent electricity leakage.