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Karnataka State Budget 2023-24

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By uday

Karnataka’s Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah, is presented his 14th Budget today. This year’s budget presents a distinctive challenge for Siddaramaiah as he strives to gather resources for the implementation of the Congress’s five guarantees, all while accommodating other crucial development projects.

In today’s highly anticipated budget presentation, Siddaramaiah faces the task of striking a delicate balance between fulfilling the Congress’s commitments and ensuring the progress of various other developmental initiatives. This poses a unique challenge, demanding astute resource management and strategic planning.

Housing: 3-Lakh RCC-Houses for Poors across Karnataka.

UNDER Chief Minister Housing Scheme: Urban Poors (BBMP limits) to get 1-Lakh RCC houses at SUBSIDISED RATES.

A total of Rs.155 crore will be provided to operationalize super specialty hospitals and burns care centers in Mysuru, Kalaburgi and Belagavi districts.

KARNATAKA CM PROPOSES 14% RISE IN PROPERTY GUIDANCE VALUE

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences will start state-of-the-art skill labs, research centers and indoor sports facilities in Belagavi

Govt to setup India’s first public hospital organ transplant at NIMHANS

ONG GOVT TO SCRAP THE NEP— NEW EDUCATION POLICY.

Government withdraws APMC Act amendment by BJP govt

HEALTHCARE: 219 Government Dialysis Centers across Karnataka

Rs 37,587 crore (11% of budget) allocated for Education Rs 24,166 crore (7%) for Women and Child Development Rs 14,950 crore (4%) for Health and Family Welfare

Peanut Chikki and Banana TWICE a week in Government and Aided Schools across Karnataka for 1-10 standard students— 60 LAKHS Childrens to get the benefits.

Allocation
₹100 Crores for INDIRA CANTEEN
₹30,000 CRORES for NAMMA METRO.!
₹52000 crores for FIVE – CONGRESS Guarantees
₹45000 CRORES FOR BRAND BENGALURU

For #Annabhagya scheme Rs. 10k crore will be spent annually which benefits 4.42 crore BPL beneficiaries. And an additional RS. 1.680 crore will be spent for purchasing ten kg of food grains to 40 lakh BPL families not recognised by the central govt.

Free Eggs Supply for all Kids across Karnataka from First Standard to 10th Standard in all Government & Aided Schools.

government announces accident insurance for e-commerce delivery employees.

Government to increase guidance value on immovable properties

Liquor prices to increase significantly

increase the existing rates of Additional Excise Duty on IML by 20% on all 18 slabs as per Annexure-1. increase the Additional Excise Duty on Beer from 175% to 185%.

Total Expenditure is estimated to be Rs.3,27,747 crore which includes Revenue Expenditure at Rs.2,50,933 crore, Capital Expenditure at aRs.54,374 crore, and loan repayment at Rs.22,441 crore.

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