On Thursday, Finance Minister and Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari presented the interim budget in Rajasthan Assembly. This interim budget was a reflection of the full-term budget and unveiled some key initiatives.
Budget is progressive and visionary: Satish Poonia
In response to the interim budget presented by the BJP-led state government in Rajasthan, former State President Satish Poonia praised the budget, calling it a positive and visionary initiative towards making Rajasthan a leading state.
He commended Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Diya Kumari for presenting a budget that lays the foundation for a developed, progressive, and prosperous Rajasthan. Poonia expressed confidence that in the coming days, the state’s progress will become evident to the public.
He said, “In the interim budget of the BJP government in the state, a roadmap for the development of all sections, including youth, farmers, the elderly, and sisters and daughters, has been outlined. The government has resolved to work by creating a roadmap for the progress of all sections, fulfilling every promise of the Modi government.”
Budget is development-oriented: Rajyavardhan Rathore
Reacting to the interim budget presented, Cabinet Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore stated that the budget presented in the Legislative Assembly aims to fulfil the aspirations and hopes of the people, and it will uphold the resolution for the inclusive, development-oriented, and comprehensive development of the best Rajasthan.
He added that the budget will also validate the commitment to overall upliftment and Modi’s entire guarantee.
Education Minister said that budget will be dedicated to public welfare
Describing the Vote on Account (Budget) as dedicated to the welfare of villages, poor, women security, farmers and youth, Education Minister Madan Dilawar said, “This will give a new direction to development in the state and new dimensions of progress will be established in all areas. In this, the announcement of important measures to bring the state’s economy back on track and for qualitative improvement is also a positive initiative.”
Dilawar said, “The interests of all sections of the society have been taken full care of in the budget. Special financial provision has been made for free education from KG to PG in the schools of the state, especially for the students belonging to low-income groups, small-marginal and tenant farmers and agricultural labourers’ families.”
He added that along with the establishment of Yuva Sathi Centers for counselling and guidance of youth at all divisional headquarters, the announcement of recruitment on 70 thousand posts for youth in the coming year and the release of the calendar for recruitments of RPSC and Staff Selection Board. Announcements like setting up Atal Innovation Studio in Jaipur, Bikaner, Bharatpur and Udaipur will fulfil the dreams of the youth.
Priority given to health and education: Minister Gajendra Singh
Medical and Health Minister Gajendra Singh said that the Vote on Account brought with the thought of service, respect and prosperity is going to bring a smile on the face of the person sitting at the end.