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Gujarat Finance Minister Nitinbhai Patel Present Budget Today. You Can Read All Topic Of Budget In Below. 

Gandhinagar: Deputy CM cum finance minister Nitin Patel today presented Vote-on-Account for the year 2019-20 with a revenue surplus of Rs 12,241.40 crore.
No new tax has been levied or any hike in existing tax was made in it.
The estimated revenue receipt is Rs 1,54,885 crore, while the estimate for revenue expenditure was Rs 1,45,022 crore. State tax revenue has been estimated at Rs 1,00,125 crore.
Patel said in his address in the house on the second day of the first session of it today said that Vote on Account proposal was for period of four months upto July 31, 2019 . A modified budget would be presented after the LS polls.
He said that Gujarat government’s own tax income has increased to Rs 71,549 crore in the year 2017-18 from Rs 64,443 crores. The GSDP at Rs 3.15 lakh crore during 2017-18, has also seen a growth of 14 per cent over previous year.
During the year 2017-18, the per capita income of the State at current prices stood at Rs 1,71,652, which is 12.6 per cent higher than previous year. The share of Gujarat’s industrial output in national output stood at 16.8 per cent.
In a pro-poor measure, the State government also announced a One-Time Waiver scheme for electricity bills. Patel said that the principal and interest and penalty amount of electricity bills of all eligible domestic power connections of Below Poverty Line (BPL) consumers in urban and rural areas will be waived. The total amount thus waived would be Rs 691 crore.
Patel said that the per capita annual power consumption of electricity in the State was 1,424 units in 2007-08, which increased to 2,007 units in 2017-18 much above the national average per capita annual power consumption is 1,149 units.
He informed that Gujarat’s agriculture production growth was 12.11 per cent, and it contributed 7.3 per cent in the country’s agriculture economy.
He said that in 4 decades between 1960-2001, 6.94 lakh agriculture power connections were given, while since 2001 after BJP’s coming to power, over 11 lakh agriculture power connections were given.
Patel also said that the government has declared 6,174 villages of 96 talukas as scarcity-hit. About 16.27 lakh farmers from these talukas have been paid Rs 1,557 crore as assistance. The government has introduced a special assistance package of Rs 2,285 crore for over 23 lakh farmers and cattle owners of 96 talukas of the state. As per the 19th Livestock Census, with rise of 15.36 per cent in livestock population, Gujarat ranks first in the country. In the past 15 years, the per capita availability of milk in the state improved by 243 grams per day and is now 564 grams per day, he said.
Talking about the Narmada Dam project, Patel stated that that out of the total length of 71,748 km of Sardar Sarovar canal network, 84 per cent or 60,427 km has been completed. And between 2001-2008, a total of Rs 51,786 crore was spent on the project, and a provision of Rs 6,945 crore has been made for the year 2019-20. Under this scheme, a total of 9,083 villages and 166 cities were supplied water.
He also announced that VAT subsidy on diesel for fishing boats will be increased from Rs 12 a litre to Rs 15. The much-awaited Ahmedabad Metro rail Phase-I will have a commercial run on a 6.5 km route by March 2019. For the year 2017-18, 311 million tonnes of goods were transported through various ports in Gujarat, which is 31 per cent of the total transportation in the country.

Reaffirming the State Government’s commitment to improve the well-being of all its citizens, he said that the resources have been judiciously allocated across various sectors to accelerate Gujarat’s development strides. The interim budget size for the financial year 2019-20 is Rs 1,91,817 crore. The provision covers all standing charges and expenditure on continuous items but excludes new items which will be covered in the Modified Budget.
2019-2020 Budget documents
BudgetVote on Account for Estimate of the Government of Gujarat 2019-2020Download PDF File
–Supplementary Statement of ExpenditureDownload PDF File
–01 – Annual Financial Statement (Budget)Download PDF File
–02 – Receipt under Consolidated Fund & Transaction under Contingency Fund & Public Accounts,etcDownload PDF File
–03 – Agriculture & Co-operationDownload PDF File
–04 – EducationDownload PDF File
–05 – Energy & Petro-ChemicalsDownload PDF File
–06 – FinanceDownload PDF File
–07 – Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer AffairsDownload PDF File
–08 – Forests & EnvironmentDownload PDF File
–09 – General AdministrationDownload PDF File
–10 – Gujarat Legislature SecretariatDownload PDF File
–11 – Health & Family WelfareDownload PDF File
–12 – HomeDownload PDF File
–13 – Industries & MinesDownload PDF File
–14 – Information & BroadcastingDownload PDF File
–15 – Labour & EmploymentDownload PDF File
–16 – LegalDownload PDF File
–17 – Legislative & Parliamentary AffairsDownload PDF File
–18-1 – Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply & Kalpsar – Part-IDownload PDF File
–18-2 – Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply & Kalpsar -Part-II.pdfDownload PDF File
–19 – Panchayat, Rural Housing & Rural DevelopmentDownload PDF File
-20 – Ports & TransportDownload PDF File
–21 – RevenueDownload PDF File
–22-1 – Roads & Buildings – Part-IDownload PDF File
–22-2 – Roads & Buildings – Part-II
–23 – Science & TechnologyDownload PDF File
–24-1 – Social Justice & Empowerment – Part-I–Download PDF File
24-2 – Social Justice & Empowerment – Part-IIDownload PDF File
–24-3 – Tribal Development – (Part-1) Volume-IIIDownload PDF File
–24-4 – Tribal Development – (Part-4) Volume-IVDownload PDF File
–25 – Sports, Youth & Cultural ActivitiesDownload PDF File
–26 – Urban Development & Urban HousingDownload PDF File
–27 – Women & Child DevelopmentDownload PDF File
–28 – Climate ChangeDownload PDF File

Budget Speech English – Gujarati  Download PDF File    Download PDF File

Budget in Brief   Download PDF File

Budget High Lights :

#Gujarat has increased renewable energy capacity from 4,126 MW in 2013 to 8,885 MW presently. The state plans to increase the capacity to 30,000 MW by 2022. Of this, 20,000 MW will be for Gujarat while 10,000 MW will be made available for other states.

Rs 6,595 crore allocated for #SardarSarovarProject

A total allocation of Rs 7,157 crore has been made for #Sauni #Yojana and other #Water Supply Schemes

#Gujarat government allocates Rs 260 crore for the ancillary development of the #StatuteOfUnity

#Gujarat government allocates Rs 7,111 crore for #Agriculture and #farmers welfare department.

For the first time, the state #budget is worth more than Rs 2 lakh crore i.e. Rs 2,04,815 crore. We are all part of this historic occasion

Under second phase of Sauni Yojana, the work of laying pipelines up to three important dams for Jamnagar, Gondal and Bhavnagar has been completed. It has been planned to fill 35 reservoirs and more than 100 check dams as per the availability of Narmada water

#Government to spend Rs 20,000 crore over the next three years to ensure no household in #Gujarat is left with a tap for drinking water. For this year Rs 4,500 crore of provision has been made for Nal Se Jal Yojana

A total provision of Rs 61 crore has been made for providing assistance for purchasing various equipment’s by Village Milk Producers' cooperatives and individual members and to provide subsidy to Milk Producers' Cooperatives Federation of Saurashtra and Kutch #GujaratBudget

A new veterinary college at #Himmatnagar under Kamdhenu University is proposed.Initial provision of ₹1 cr for the same. Provision of ₹134 cr to establish 4000 dairy farms each having 12 milch cattle.

Government of #Gujarat allocates Rs 123 crore for new Shetrunjay Division and Rs 112 crore for conservation and breeding of wildlife and to protect endangered species.

It is proposed to upgrade GG Hospital, Jamnagar with improved facilities and as part of first phase, provision of ₹25 crore for ‘Maternity Child’ hospital block: Deputy CM and #Gujarat Finance Minister,

#Gujarat is the first state in the country to declare policy on “Reuse of Treated Waste Water”. Provision of ₹199 cr for various projects under this policy

600 Million cubic meter water will be stored by constructing a barrage on Narmada river under Bhadbhut scheme by stopping saline water ingress into the basin of #Narmada during high tide.

Provision of ₹80 cr to provide free education, hostel and mess facilities to approximately 15,000 girls studying in 151 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidhyalays across #Gujarat

New 5,000 classrooms to be built in primary schools, which will provide better education facilities to approximately 1.5 lakh students, for which provision of ₹454 crore has been made

To provide house to all by the year 2022, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana is being implemented. 4.80 lakh houses have been sanctioned under this scheme. Provision of ₹1,248 cr for this scheme.

Six laning of Sarkhej Gandhinagar highway at the cost of ₹867 cr is in progress which includes construction of nine flyover – railway over bridges including elevated corridor of 4.5 kilometers

Gujarat Government allocates Rs 221 crore to extend services of ST by 1,000 new buses will be provided by the State Government through Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation, in which electric and CNG-run buses will be included.

#Gujarat government allocates Rs 6,820 crore to provide power subsidy to farmers. Farmers currently get power at a concessional rate to reduce the cost of agriculture.

Finance Minister of Gujarat Nitin Patel presenting Gujarat budget 2019 (vote on account) in the assembly.
– Rs. 500 crore revolving reserved fund for zero per cent loan to farmers.
– A total of Rs 620 crore disbursed to farmers till now under Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train in Gujarat.
– 5,000 hectare saline coastal padtar government land to be allotted to shrimp farming.
– Gujarat’s economy registered growth of 11.2 percent during 2017-18.
– Increase in VAT subsidy on per litre of diesel by Rs 3 for fishermen.
– In addition to routine allocation for water development Rs 329 cr proposed to repair check dams.
– ‘sex semen lab’ in Patan with an outlay of Rs 47.5 crore.
– New fishing dock in Valsad district.
– Daily allowance given to families of fishermen caught by Pakistan Marine Agency doubled to Rs 300.
– University for organic agriculture in Halol in Central Gujarat.
– Monthly widow pension increased by Rs 250 (Rs. 1250, up from Rs. 1200). widows to get pension irrespective of son’s age.
– Income threshold for availing Ma Scheme has been increased from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 4 lakh
– Insurance cover under Ma and Ma Vatsalya Yojana increased from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh. Some 68 lakh beneficiary families to benefit.
– Narmada Canal development gets a routine allocation of Rs 6,945 crore.
– The monthly remuneration of Anganwadi workers has been increased from Rs 6,300 to Rs 7,200 per month.
– Rs. 250 crore outlay for Panam high level canal oriented water scheme for Panchmahal eastern areas.
– Eight new water desalination plants will be developed.
– Pension for senior citizens increased from Rs 500 per month to Rs 750 per month.
– Eight more Samras Hostels to be set up.
– 3.82 crore patients took benefit of OPD in govt hospitals, 43 lakh were indoor patients in govt hospitals across Gujarat.
– PM to inaugurate new Civil hospital medicity facility in Ahmedabad on March 4.
– 54 new flyovers in municipal corporations and 21 in municipalities proposed across Gujarat.
– Rs 500 cr infrastructure fund for newly added areas for municipal corporations and municipalities.
– 1 lakh vehicle train unit highways will have railway over bridges. Locations for 135 over bridge and 75 other bridge identified. Rs. 6,500 crore budget in upcoming time for this in order to ensure fatak-mukt Gujarat.
– 54 new flyovers in municipal corporations and 21 in municipalities proposed.
– Government announced to waive principal and interest and penalty on electricity bills of BPL families.
– Gujarat Government to spend Rs 20 crore to construct footpath along the 103km stretch from Ahmedabad to Shankeshwar for Jain monks.
– Renewable Energy generation capacity to be increased up to 19,700 MW by 2025 from the present capacity of 7,922 MW.
– Rs 2,275 crore allocated for PPP Project Development of deep-sea pipeline and ancillary infrastructure to release treated effluent water from chemical and textile industries of Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Jetpur.

– Gujarat govt to increase commission provided to fair price shop holders by Rs 23 per quintal.

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