Telangana Budget 2016 Highlights, The Telangana Finance minister Etela Rajender Presented in Assembly today Rs 1,15,689 crore budget.
Telangana Finance Minister E Rajender has presented a Rs. 1,15,689-crore Budget for the financial year 2015-16, with a revenue surplus of Rs. 531 crore and a fiscal deficit of Rs. 16,969 crore.
This marks an increase of 15 per cent over the last year’s budget of Rs. one lakh crore.
The non-Plan expenditure for 2015-16 is put at Rs. 63,306 crore and the Plan expenditure at Rs. 52,383 crore.
Presenting the Budget in the Assembly on Wednesday, the Finance Minister said the State suffered heavily last year due to a steep fall in receipts from the Centre. The shortfall from the promised funds was put at Rs. 20,000 crore.
Telangana Surplus Budget 2015 Rs. 531
Telangana Budget 2016 Highlights
- The budget will fulfill the aspirations of people of Telangana: Etela
- Telangana Total Budget 2015: Rs 1,15,689 cr
- For SC development in Telangana : Rs 5,540 cr
- Telangana suffered as its resources were diverted to other regions in united AP, TS
- Telangana Budget 2015 surplus is Rs. 531 cr
- TS non-plan expenditure put at Rs 63,350 cr
- Planned spending at Rs. 52,283 cr
- ST development: Rs 2.878 cr
- For farmer loan waiver: Rs 4,250 cr
- GHMC Development: Rs 526 cr
- Yadagirigutta Development :Rs 100 cr
- Osmania University: Rs 238 cr
- Metrol rail project in Hyd: Rs. 416 core
- SC sub-plan: Rs 8,089 cr
- ST sub-plan: Rs 5,036 cr
- BC welfare: Rs 2,172 cr
- Flyovers: Rs 1,600 cr
- Roads & Buildings: Rs 4,980 cr
- Anganwadi workers salary: Rs 7000 per month
- Education: Rs 11,216
- TSRTC Development: Rs 400 cr
- Teangana Water grid project: Rs 4,000 cr
- Forest & environment: Rs 325 cr
- Energy Sector: Rs 7,400 cr
- Medical Health: Rs 4,932
- Telangana Government to provide monthly fund Rs 70,000 to each police station in Hyderabad and Cyberbad
- Rs 50,000 fund to city police station
- Rs 25,000 for rural police stations
- Food Subsidy: Rs 2,200 cr
- Agriculture and allied sectors: Rs 8,432
- Irrigation sector: Rs 8,500 cr
- Aasara pension scheme: Rs 4,000 cr