He said that this budget is going to give new hope, new energy and new possibilities of Uttar Pradesh to the country’s largest state amidst global epidemic. In this budget, there is a resolve to give work to every hand. This is a budget representing the villages of the state, poor farmers, youth, women and every section of the society.
Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the budget presented on Monday for the financial year 2021-22 dedicated to the development of public welfare, development oriented and universal society, said that it will prove to be a milestone in the all-round development of the society. After presenting the budget by Finance Minister Suresh Khanna, Chief Minister Yogi congratulated the Finance Minister and his entire team for the first paperless budget in the state. He said that this budget is going to give new hope, new energy and new possibilities of Uttar Pradesh to the country’s largest state amidst global epidemic. In this budget, there is a resolve to give work to every hand. This is a budget representing the villages of the state, poor farmers, youth, women and every section of the society.
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Yogi said that despite the Kovid-19 epidemic, the government has taken important steps by including every section of the society in the spirit of public welfare while maintaining the financial discipline of the state. He said that this budget has been presented on the basis of overall and inclusive development and empowerment through self-reliance of different sections of the state. In order to make the ease of living in the state, the process of overall development in the state has been started through this budget with the process of making every house water, electricity to every house, road to every village and digital to every village. . He said that the Chief Minister Farmer Accident Welfare Scheme has been extended in the budget. It now includes the earning member of the farmer as well as his family, sharecroppers and others. He said that the farmers who are not covered by health insurance under the ‘Ayushman Bharat Yojana’, a provision of free health insurance of five lakh rupees under the Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana has also been made in this budget. He informed that the airport is being constructed in Ayodhya.
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Apart from this, several districts including Aligarh, Moradabad, Meerut will also be connected by air services. Yogi said that the Mukhyamantri Sumangala Yojana for women has got a wider dimension and this year a new scheme Mukhyamantri Saksham Sucharnithan Yojana is being introduced. Under this, provision has also been made in the budget to nurture any malnourished child ranging from six months to five years or for girls aged 11 to 14 years who are suffering from anemia. On the budget, Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma has said that the budget of the state government will prove to be an important step towards fulfilling the Prime Minister’s resolve of self-reliant India. He said that through this budget the overall development of the state has been drawn. Expressing gratitude to the Chief Minister for the all-inclusive budget, Sharma said that the new Uttar Pradesh of new India is ready to show the way to the country. The welfare and healthy Uttar Pradesh and infrastructure development along with farmers, youth, women, villages, poor and farmers are the focal point of the budget. Second Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said, it is difficult for the opposition to oppose the magnificent budget of the BJP government of the state led by Chief Minister Yogi. This budget is a symbol of universal, omnipresent, sabka saath, sabka vikas, everyone’s trust.
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