Page-2 of interim Budget 2019 Current Affairs, GK & News
The Union Government in the interim budget 2019 unveiled its vision for 2030, listing 10 dimensions to create an India where poverty, malnutrition, littering and illiteracy would be a matter of the past. Vision 2030 The 10 dimensions of Vision 2030 listed in the interim budget 2019 are: Physical & Social Infrastructure Building next-generation infrastructure in all ..
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The interim budget has announced a slew of welfare measures for farm and rural economy, middle class, realty and housing and the unorganised sector. The burden on the exchequer due to the farm income support scheme PM-KISAN itself comes around Rs 75000 crores. This necessitates the government to explore the avenues to find the corpus to ..
The interim budget 2019 has announced a farm income support scheme PM Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN). The features of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme are: The Centre will transfer Rs 6,000 every year to small and marginal farmers. The scheme will cost Rs 75,000-crore to the exchequer. The scheme aims to address unrest among ..
The enhanced allocation for the Ministry of Home Affairs in the interim Budget 2019 is a reflection of the government’s focus on internal security. The Budgetary allocation for the Ministry of Home Affairs stood at Rs 1,03,927 crore. Enhanced allocations for the Ministry of Home Affairs The allocation of Rs 1,03,927 crore is Rs 10,477 ..