Yoganagari and Dharmanagari will be developed, 218 crores will be spent on the disaster of Joshimath.

Raj Bhavan’s seal of approval on the supplementary budget of Rs 11321 crore for the financial year 2023-24 passed by the Assembly

Dehradun. Raj Bhavan got the approval of the supplementary budget of Rs 11321 crore for the financial year 2023-24 passed by the Assembly. In this supplementary budget made keeping in mind the Lok Sabha elections, a huge amount has been kept for infrastructure development in the state.
This year, the government will be seen taking steps towards the action plan to develop Yoganagari Rishikesh and Dharmanagari Haridwar. Financial arrangements have been made for this in the supplementary budget. The supplementary budget was passed on September 8, the last day of the three-day monsoon session of the Assembly. This budget was sent to Raj Bhavan for approval. Now Raj Bhavan has approved it. In the supplementary budget, an amount of Rs 7791 crore has been kept in the capital head and Rs 3530 crore in the revenue head.
A provision of Rs 3000 crore has been made for centrally funded schemes, Rs 286 crore for NABARD related schemes and Rs 331 crore for externally aided schemes. For the first time, an amount of Rs 4500 crore has been kept in the capital head for Ways and Means Advance in the supplementary budget. Supplementary budget of Rs 3204 crore has been provisioned for other state funded schemes.
Among major capital projects, an amount of Rs 600 crore has been earmarked for infrastructure construction works and Rs 765 crore for Jal Jeevan Mission in anticipation of getting approval from the Central Government. A provision of Rs 321 crore has been made for strengthening the infrastructure and Rs 156 crore has been made for land acquisition for the construction of ring road around Tehri Lake under the Public Works Department.
Rs 100 crore is included in the supplementary demand for Joshimath disaster affected people. According to the supplementary demands, the government will spend Rs 300 crore on maintenance of roads, Rs 297 crore on National Rural Health Mission, Rs 284 crore on food grain subsidy and Rs 218 crore under SDRF in the disaster department. Funds have been kept for the Chief Minister’s announcements.

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