Rajasthan government announced recruitment for 70,000 posts in its budget.

Rajasthan government announced recruitment for 70,000 posts in its budget.

Rajasthan Finance Minister Diya Kumari presented the Vote on Account or interim budget in the Assembly on Thursday in which she proposed recruitment on 70,000 posts, providing interest-free short-term loans up to Rs 1 lakh under the Gopal Credit Card Scheme, developing 'Hi-Tech City' near Jaipur. Many announcements were made, including giving a savings bond of Rs 1 lakh on the birth of girls from poor families under 'Lado Protsahan Yojana'. This was the first interim budget of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government that came to power in December last year. Taking aim at the previous Congress government, he said that during its tenure, on the one hand, the state came into adverse financial condition, on the other hand, due to wrong policies, corruption, poor law and order, misgovernance and appeasement, the pace of development of the state also slowed down. Hui. He said, “Facing these challenging circumstances, we will take the state on the path of sustainable development with the support of the Central Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with the concrete action plan of our government, good governance and hard work.”

He said that during the tenure of the previous government, the total debt burden on the state doubled to about Rs 5.79 lakh crore. He said the previous government took a loan of Rs 2.24 lakh crore but the capital expenditure was only Rs 93,577 crore. The Finance Minister said that along with the annual financial statements and other budget papers for the year 2024-25, some notifications are being issued and demands for grants are also being presented. He said, 'Since due to the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, it is not possible to discuss the budget proposals in the Assembly and get the annual budget passed before March 31, 2024. Therefore, I am presenting a proposal for Vote on Account for the expenditure for the first four months of the financial year 2024-25, i.e. till July 31, 2024. That is, the full budget for the financial year 2024-25 will be presented in July. Later, the House passed the Rajasthan Appropriation (No. 1) Bill, 2024 and the Rajasthan Appropriation (Vote on Account) (No. 2) Bill, 2024 by voice vote. It is noteworthy that in Rajasthan, the Finance Department has been with the Chief Minister since 2004. That is, the Chief Minister used to present the budget as the Finance Minister, but this time the tradition has changed. Recruitments are also among the major announcements made during this period. The Minister said, “It is the priority of our government to empower the youth and create maximum employment opportunities for them.

Announcement of recruitment on 70 thousand posts:
In this sequence, I announce to provide employment to the youth by recruiting about 70 thousand posts under the government in the coming year. Besides, there is also a proposal to establish Yuva Sathi Centers at all the divisional headquarters of the state to help the youth build their golden career in the private sector through counseling and guidance. Rs 10 crore will be spent on this.'' With a view to making education accessible to all the deprived sections, the Finance Minister said that from the coming year, students from families of low income group, small/marginal/sharecropper farmers and agricultural laborers will Announced to provide free education from KG to PG. Similarly, all the students from classes 1 to 8 and girl students from classes 9 to 12 from economically weaker families will be given an assistance of Rs 1,000 per student in the coming year for school bags, books and uniforms. About 70 lakh (seventy lakh) students will be benefited from this. He announced to develop 'Hi-Tech City' near Jaipur. He said that 500 electric buses will be made available for big cities like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota.

Diya Kumari said that all possible efforts will be made to speed up the work of Jal Jeevan Mission project with complete transparency and quality. In this sequence, under the scheme, tap water will be provided to 25 lakh rural families in the coming year. An expenditure of about Rs 15 thousand crore is proposed on this work. Regarding the Eastern Rajasthan Canal Project ERCP, he said that now with the support of the Central Government, the amount of water available will be increased by giving this project a bigger shape and the amount required for the project, which was earlier estimated at Rs 37,250 crore, will be increased to about Rs 45 thousand crore. It is proposed to do. With a view to provide maximum support to the farmers, he announced an initial provision of Rs 2,000 crore by starting the Rajasthan Agriculture Infra Mission. With a view to further promote the production of coarse grains in the state and to enable the rural families to produce their required grains, in the coming year 12 lakh farmers will be given maize, eight lakh farmers will be given millet, seven lakh farmers will be given mustard, four lakh farmers will be given moong and 1- It is proposed to provide high quality seeds of jowar and moth to 1 lakh farmers. He said that the Chief Minister has announced to increase the financial assistance payable to farmers under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana from Rs 6,000 to Rs 8,000 per family annually, for which a provision of Rs 1,400 crore annually is proposed. Besides, in the first phase, it has also been decided to provide a bonus of Rs 125 per quintal in addition to the minimum support price of wheat in Rabi 2023-24. Rs 250 crore will be spent on this. By starting the Chief Minister Tourism Skill Development Programme, 20 thousand youth and folk artists will be made employable in the next two years by providing them training related to guide/hospitality/traditional arts. Along with this, in order to provide concessional travel facility to the senior citizens of the state aged between 60 to 80 years, it is also proposed to increase the 30 percent discount currently being given in the fare of roadways buses within the state limits to 50 percent. Is. During her speech, Diya Kumari accused the previous government of financial mismanagement, corruption and lack of foresight, which created an uproar. Leader of Opposition Tikaram Julie and other Congress MLAs objected and created ruckus. Chief Minister Bhajan Lal intervened and requested him to listen to the budget speech presented by the woman Finance Minister. Leader of Opposition Julie said that there is no objection to the woman minister presenting the vote on account but it is unfair to make political allegations in it. He said that the Finance Minister should read the budget speech instead of making political comments in his budget. Later the House passed the Rajasthan Appropriation Bill, 2024 and the Rajasthan Appropriation (Vote on Account) Bill, 2024 by voice vote. After presenting the budget, Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma said that keeping in mind the hopes and aspirations of the public, our government has presented the Budget 2024-25 (Vote on Account). In this, as per the wish of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, big gifts have been given to all sections including women, farmers, students, businessmen and employees. He said that important decisions have also been taken in this budget towards realizing the dream of 'Aapno Aagi Rajasthan'.

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