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Kejriwal government's big announcement in the budget, every woman will be given Rs. 1000

While presenting the budget of the Delhi government, Finance Minister Atishi said that we are working day and night for the last 9 years to realize the dream of Ram State. We have a long way to go for Ram Rajya. Whereas, the Kejriwal government has promised Rs 1000 per month to women above 18 years of age.

Delhi's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government presented a budget of Rs 76 thousand crore for the capital on Monday. Delhi's Kejriwal government last presented a budget of 78 thousand crore rupees. This time around Rs. 2 thousand crores has decreased. Announcing the budget, Minister Atishi said that a provision of 16393 crore rupees has been kept in the budget for education this year. Which is 21 percent of the total budget. Along with this, the Arvind Kejriwal government has made a big announcement in the budget. Every woman of Delhi will be given Rs 1000 per month. Every woman above 18 years of age will be given Rs one thousand every month under Chief Minister Mahila Samman Yojana.

Atishi said that when we entered politics in 2013, we saw that people were going to vote, but they were asking what difference does voting make? Leaders come and go, but what effect does it have on their lives? We have resolved to realize the dream of Ram Rajya in Delhi. While presenting the Kejriwal government's tenth budget, I can definitely say that there has been a fundamental change in the life of the common man.

Busy in realizing the dream of Rama kingdom – Atishi

He said that for the last 9 years we are working day and night to realize the dream of Ram State. We have a long way to go for Ram Rajya. Earlier common people had to bear expensive hospital bills and pawn their jewelery for treatment. Children could not get jobs after studying, in such a situation Arvind Kejriwal came as a ray of hope. The people of Delhi believed in his truthfulness and blessed him with an overwhelming majority.

Minister Atishi said that in 2014 GSDP was Rs 4.95 lakh crore, now it has increased 4 times. In terms of per capita income, Delhi ranks first among the states with a population of one crore. Our income is continuously increasing. The budget of Delhi in 2014-15 was Rs 30950 crore. Today I am presenting a budget of 76 thousand crore rupees for 24-25.

In the last 3 years, more than 4 lakh children dropped out of private schools – Atishi

Atishi while presenting the budget said that 38 schools of special excellence were started in 2021-22. Armed Forces Preparatory School, Delhi Sports School and Delhi Model Virtual School were also started. Three new universities were launched including Delhi Skills and Entrepreneurship University, Delhi Teachers University and Delhi Sports University.

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