Rajasthan Budget 2020: 7 Resolutions of Gehlot Government

Rajasthan Budget 2020

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the Rajasthan Budget 2020-21 on Thursday, 20 February 2020.

This is the second budget of the Gehlot led Congress government, which came to power in the state in December 2018.

Presenting the budget for FY2020-21 in the Rajasthan, the Chief Minister has mentioned seven resolutions as a base of this Rajasthan Budget 2020.

7 Resolutions of Rajasthan Budget 2020

  1. Nirogi Rajasthan
  2. Prosperous Farmers
  3. Women and Child Welfare
  4. Capable Labourers, Students and Youth
  5. Education
  6. Water and Electricity
  7. Skill and Technology

Highlights of Rajasthan Budget 2020

  • Jan Aadhar Card to facilitate the public in 39 different schemes.
  • 53,151 new vacancies announced.
  • No new taxes announced in the budget.
  • District Lease Committee (DLC) rates reduced by 10 per cent.
  • MSMEs to get 100 per cent exemption from stamp duty.
  • Dearness Allowance (DA) has been increased to 17 per cent from earlier 12 per cent.
  • Jodhpur will have an auditorium on international standards.
  • Rs 75 crore allocated for promoting start-up ecosystem.
  • Jaipur and Jodhpur will have state-of-the-art DNA test labs.
  • Rs 39,524 crore allocated for the Education sector.
  • New police vehicles will be purchased.
  • All the government schools in the state will compulsorily have to conduct parent-teacher meetings.
  • Forest department to get Rs 3 crore for purchasing fire tenders.
  • All the government schools to have ‘No-Bag Day’ on Saturdays.
  • The iStart program of Rajasthan will be extended to BITS Pilani, MNIT, and IIT-Jodhpur.
  • The state capital, Jaipur will have a coaching hub developed on 65000 hectares of land at Pratap Nagar area.
  • Rs. 6220 crores allocated to Public Works Department.
  • All Khadi institutions will be digitised.
  • Rajasthan to get an ultra mega solar park.
  • Rs 100 crore allocated for tourism sector promotion.
  • Jodhpur and Barmer to have skill development centre to help youths find job opportunities.
  • A new board proposed to attract investment.
  • MSMEs to have plug and play facilities.
  • Rs 3 crores allocated for gold medalists and 2 crores for silver medalists in Olympics games.
  • Solar pumps under the Kusum Scheme to get more incentives.
  • Rs 7.2 cores allocated to establish minority women hostels.
  • Nehru Bal Sanrakshan to get Rs 100 crore.
  • Ajmer and Jodhpur to get new homoeopathic universities.
  • 100 new agriculture Mandis to be created.
  • Rs 14,437 crore allocated for the health sector.
  • 300 agricultural equipment hiring centres will be established.
  • Food adulteration to be curbed with new law.
  • Agricultural equipment will be provided on rent.
  • Rs 3,420 crore allocated for the farmers of the state.
  • 15 new medical college to be opened in the state.
  • Nirogi (healthy) Rajasthan to get Rs 100 crores.
  • Osia near Jodhpur, to have a mother and child care centre.
  • Rajasthan gets about Rs 10,000 crore less share of tax estimated by the Centre, from Rs 46,411 crore to Rs 36,039 crore.



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