Kejriwal government's gift to women in Delhi budget


delhi Finance minister Atishi presented the 10th budget of the kejriwal government on monday (March 4). Rs 16,396 crore has been allocated for education in the budget. In this budget presented before the lok sabha elections, it has been announced to give a special gift to women. The Finance minister said that kejriwal government will now give Rs 1000 to every woman in Delhi. Every woman above 18 years of age will be given Rs 1000 every month. kejriwal government will give an amount of Rs 1000 under the chief minister Mahila Samman Yojana.

health budget

delhi government has kept the health budget at Rs 8685 crore. 6215 crores will be given for the maintenance and facilities of delhi government hospitals. At the same time, Rs 212 crore will be spent for Mohalla Clinic. delhi government Finance minister Atishi thanked former health minister Satyendar Jain during the budget speech and slogans of Satyendar Jain Zindabad were raised in the House. At the beginning of his budget speech, Atishi mentioned the achievements of the kejriwal government so far. Finance minister Atishi said that there has been a lot of change in the lives of the people of delhi in the last 10 years. The people of delhi traveled from despair to hope. The Finance minister said that in these days, delhi has seen changing schools, hospitals and roads among the people.

Mention of ramrajya

He said, "Delhi is moving towards its dreams of Ramrajya." Atishi also mentioned the per capita income here. He told that delhi is at the forefront in terms of per capita income among the states with population of more than 1 crore in the country. The per capita income of delhi has now reached 4.62 lakh. Before the budget, Finance minister of delhi government Atishi said that we will realize the dream of Ramrajya. We have developed every section in delhi in 9 years. Poor families are getting free treatment. Before presenting the budget, delhi Finance minister Atishi also took blessings from the mother of former deputy cm Manish Sisodia.

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