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AP BUDGET 2014 (live updates)

August 20, 2014 - Hyderabad

The Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishunudu presenting the budget for 2014-15 with Rs. 1, 11, 824 crores and non planning expenditure was figured at Rs.85, 151 crores and the revenue deficit is Rs. 12,064 crores. The budget allocations are

Agriculture and Loan waiver Rs. 15,000 crores
Industries Rs. 615 crores
The Deficit budget Rs.12,064 crores
8465 Crores for irrigation
Panchayat Raj Rs. 4260 crore
Public distribution Rs. 2368 crores
Housing construction Rs. 808 crores
IT field Rs. 111 crores
Road and Buildings Rs. 2612 crores
Tourism Rs. 113 crores
Yuvajana department Rs. 126 crores
Revenue deficit comes at Rs.6,064 crores
Law and order Rs. 3739 crores
Revenue department Rs. 1,177 crores
International Convention Centre will come up at Tirupati at a cost of Rs, 117 crores
Indian Culinary institute to come up at Tirupati at a cost of Rs.50 crore
Rs. 11, 056 crores for Rural Drinking water supply scheme
Rs. 4260 crores for Panchayat Raj
6094 crores for Rural development
Rs.65 crore for old aged and physically handicapped welfare
Rs. 3,130 crores for Backward classes welfare
1150 crores for Girijan Development
Rs.2,657 crores for Social Welfare
Aadhar card numbers are linked to all government welfare schemes
Government planning to get more funds from the Centre
Government is committed to give corruption free government to the people
Forests, environment, Science and Technology Rs. 418 crores
Higher education Rs.2,272 crores
Intermediate Education Rs. 812 crores
Higher education Rs. 12,590 crores
Health and Family welfare Rs. 4,388 crores
Drinking water supply through NTR Sujala Sravanti
Rs.3, 734 crores for Home department
Rs.4385 crores for medical education
The Finance Minister announced that the Government is committed for loan waiver and the government is in touch with the RBI. He said that the government is in the job for pooling the necessary funds.
Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said that the Government is committed to make the State as Swarnandhra Pradesh by 2029.
E-payment system to be introduced in payments in land acquition.
E-pass books will be issued shortly
Loan Waiver will be implemented with Rs.1.50lakhs per family
A commission is constituted to bring Kapus into BC community
LNG International terminal will come up at Kakinada
LNG terminal will come up at Gangavaram in Visakhapatnam
Government will deliver 9 hours free supply to agriculture
Digital education at least one in every family
Government is committed for digitalized Andhra Pradesh
13 BC Study circles will come up for the benefit of BC students to fare well in competitive examinations
Five Shilparamas will come up in the State at a time. The upcoming are at Kakinada, Eluru, Vijayawada, Nellore and Anantapur.
Tourisam circuits will be created at Srikakulam, Guntur.
Perupalem beach resort will come in West Godavari
Yanamala said that State Institute of Hotel Management will come up at Tirupati at a cost of Rs.12 crore.

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