Who got what in Rajasthan Budget 2024, see the complete list here, something for everyone

Jaipur : Budget is to be presented in Rajasthan today (11 July). On this occasion, the state’s Finance Minister Diya Kumari said that we will make Rajasthan a 350 billion dollar economy in the coming days. We are working keeping this in mind. Its first example is the budget to be presented today. This is the first full budget of Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Government in which a lot of announcements have been made. Some announcement or the other has been made to please every section.

To please the youth, the Rajasthan government has announced four lakh government jobs and has also promised to develop six lakh other jobs. For this, the youth will also be taught skills. All these recruitments will be done in the coming days i.e. in the remaining four and a half years. To please the farmers, the government has increased the MSP of wheat by Rs 125. Along with this, the money for the first phase of ERCP has been approved. Farmers will be able to get irrigation water from the canals built through this. Green development schemes will be introduced for sustainable development.

Rajasthan government opened the box for students

Rajasthan government has announced to start many new schemes for students. Engineering colleges of Bharatpur, Bikaner and Ajmer will be developed. Three hundred crores will be spent. Toilets and libraries will be built in schools at a cost of 350 crores. 20 new ITI will open in the state. Students securing merit in 8th, 10th and 12th will get tablets. Internet connection will be free. The Vice Chancellor in the state will now be called Kulguru.

A gift for women in Bhajanlal government

Chief Minister Bhajan Lal’s government has implemented many schemes for women. Pregnant women will be given vouchers for checkups under the Maa Yojana. Works worth Rs. 15,000 crores will be done in women’s hospitals. The government has also set a target of making 15 lakh women Lakhpati Didi. Along with this, loans have also been announced to women of self-help groups at an annual interest rate of 2.5% and 5 new Anganwadis will be opened in each assembly constituency. Apart from this, more than 25 lakh houses will be connected to tap water. The number of these is more in rural areas. The government is spending about Rs. 40,000 crores on water schemes.