Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb termed the Centre’s proposed budget for the financial year 2022-23 as a budget that is pro-people, builds the future of the next generation and sets the direction for the next 25 years.
Reacting to the Centre’s proposed budget for FY 2022-23 at a press conference at the Secretariat today, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb congratulated the Prime Minister and Union Finance Minister on behalf of the state government for presenting a paperless and digital, historic budget in a cowardly situation. The Chief Minister said the proposed central budget has allocated Rs 1,500 crore for North East India.
Elaborating on his point the chief minister said that the budget has ‘the essence of ‘Sav Ka Saath Sav Ka Vikash and will pave the way forward for an Atma Nirbhar Bharat’. “The PM Gati Shakti Maser Plan will greatly strengthen the Covid affected economy and will boost the pace of development in the country” said Biplab in his comment. He also offered his thanks to prime minister Narendra Modiji and finance minister Nirmala Sitharamanji for this ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat Ka budget’ presented today in Loksabha.
In this year’s budget under the Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme, there is a provision of Rs 60,000 crore in the life mission project to provide houses to 60 lakh families of the country. In the year 2023, 25 thousand kilometers of national roads will be expanded.
The Chief Minister opined that Tripura would also get the benefits. The Chief Minister said the budget provides for direct monitoring of 18 departments through PM Gatishakti, the Prime Minister’s dream project. In the next three years, 400 new Bandebharat trains will be launched.
In his Facebook post Chief Minister said, Briefed the media on AatmanirbharBharatKaBudget presented by Hon FM Nirmala sitharaman Ji under the guidance of Hon PM Sh Narendra Modi .
This budget will open new avenues of economic development & will play a major role in the development of NE through Development initiative in NE.
The self-reliant India project will generate income. The Make in India project will create 60 lakh jobs in the country. In addition to increasing crop production, the budget also focuses on natural farming with farmers in mind. Ujjwala Yojana will provide new gas connection to 10 million more women. 75 digital banking units will be launched. He said that in this budget emphasis has been laid on the use of drones for agricultural purposes. In that case, start-up India has been given priority for making drones.