Jharkhand Budget 2010 - Some More Facts and Figures


Read this article to know about some more facts and figures about the Jharkhand 2010 Budget.

Under the leadership of the current Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Mr. Shibu Soren, the current government which is actually a coalition of BJP, AJSU, JDU presented the Jharkhand Budget 2010 in the Legislative Assembly or the Vidhan Sabha. It was presented by the Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Raghuvar Das.

In this budget the main focus has been given for the development of the villages and especially about the electricity availability in the villages. More focus has also been given for the food availability for the BPL people.

In this budget, the Antyodaa and the BPL families will be given grains at the rate of 25 paise per kilogram and iodized salt and also the people living in rural areas will be getting free electricity, as I mentioned above, this is a great approach but lets see how accurate does it stand in front of the people.

In the budget proposal, the per year income has been proposed and targeted from 24 thousand crores to 30 thousand crores. Also, the budget contains the proposal to limit the state treasury loss to only 2.5 percent.

The budget was presented very peacefully in the Vidhan Sabha and the budget presented is a total of Rs. 22,297,59 crores. It says that for grains and kerosene, the consumers will be given coupons. From 1st April, also the children of age 6-14 years are compulsory to go to school. In the 10 districts affected badly from naxalism, 90 thousand Indira Awas will be constructed.

I think this budget is really a good one, at least not that bad, because of the two things. The grain and the electricity facilities, anyways, I am not too much acquainted with the grain thing but if the electricity facility actually gets implemented, then there will be some scope for the rural people to work more, earn more.


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