Tamil Nadu Budget 2022-23 Download In Tamil & English | Highlights

Tamil Nadu Budget 2022-23 Download In Tamil & English | Highlights – Tamil Nadu Finance Minister PTR Palanivel Thyagarajan on Friday said the state’s fiscal deficit will come down to 3.80% from 4.33% in the budget estimates for 2021-22. Presenting the Budget Speech for the year 2022-23 at the Assembly Hall of Fort St George, Thyagarajan said the revenue deficit is bound to come down by Rs 7,000 crore.

Thyagarajan announced a slew of measures, including an allocation of Rs 500 crore for the ‘Singara Chennai 2.0’ project, rs 2,800 crore for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) scheme for the financial year 2022- 23. The finance minister also said that the scheme to provide free travel to women across the state implemented by CM MK Stalin was successful. “The Mukhyamantri Free Travel Scheme has increased the proportion of women passengers from 40 per cent to 60 per cent.

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Tamil Nadu Budget 2022-23 Highlights

  • The Tamil Nadu government has decided to allocate Rs 10 crore for infrastructure development in six newly formed corporations including Tambaram, Kanchipuram, Kumbakonam, Karur, Cuddalore and Sivakasi. Rs 2 crore has been allocated for 28 new municipalities.
  • To fund climate change initiatives in the state, the Tamil Nadu government will set up a “Tamil Nadu Green Climate Change Fund”.
  • Rs 1,019 crore allocated to improve quality of medical care in Tamil Nadu
  • Revenue deficit in 2022-23 estimated at Rs 52,581.85 crore
  • Rs 50 crore allocated for Naan Mudhalwan scheme
  • Tamil Nadu Finance Minister PTR Palanivel Thyagarajan said the total capital expenditure is expected to be Rs 43,832.54 crore, which is 23.8% from the revised estimate.
  • The Tamil Nadu government will provide 2,000 electric buses this year.
  • The Tamil Nadu government will set up mobile information centres for migrant workers. The areas covered will include Kancheepuram, Tirupur and Tiruvallur.
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  • Thyagarajan announced a slew of measures, including an allocation of Rs 500 crore for the ‘Singara Chennai 2.0’ project, rs 2,800 crore for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) scheme for the financial year 2022- 23.
  • The finance minister also said that the scheme to provide free travel to women across the state implemented by CM MK Stalin was successful.
  • “The Mukhyamantri Free Travel Scheme has increased the proportion of women passengers from 40 per cent to 60 per cent.
  • Rs 2,169 crore allotted for solid waste management projects in Tamil Nadu.
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  • Rs 2,800 crore allocated for MNREGA scheme
  • Rs 500 crore allocated for ‘Singara Chennai 2.0’
  • ‘Project Nilgiri Tahr’ to be implemented with a budget of Rs 10 crore: PTR Palanivel Thiagarajan
  • The Tamil Nadu government has allocated Rs 3,000 crore for Centre’s Jal Jeevan scheme.
  • The Tamil Nadu government will provide a monthly allowance of Rs 1,000 for girl students of government schools pursuing higher education. Finance Minister PTR Palanivel Thyagarajan said the scheme will be applicable to students who have studied in government schools from Class VI to XII.
  • The budget document promises a ‘green fund’ based on green signiorage cess to ensure that abandoned mine sites are secured and restored, the ‘Singara Chennai 2.0’ scheme, and the ‘Green Tamil Nadu Mission’ to increase green cover in the state 33 percent of its geographical area.
  • The finance minister also set aside Rs 100 crore to help restore nearly 100 wetlands.
  • For rural areas, the budget document announced a guarantee of 25 crore man-days for MGNREGA work and rs 3,800 crore was allocated for rural housing this year.
  • He said the big goal is to build houses for eight lakh homeless families in the next five years.
  • He also allocated Rs 48.48 crore for upgradation of Anganwadi centres.

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