Rajasthan Budget 2019-20: Key takeaways from Ashok Gehlot's Budget address
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Rajasthan Budget 2019-20: Key takeaways from Ashok Gehlot’s Budget address

Rajasthan Chief Minister and Finance Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the first budget of the Congress formed in the state after Elections in December 2018. The minister announced various schemes with a focus on the farmer welfare in the state.

Here are some key takeaways from the current Congress government’s debut budget

  • The Ashok Gehlot government announced that they will open Mohalla Clinics in Rajasthan.
  • Special investment zones will be setup along the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.
  • Stamp duty exemption will be given to projects which comes under Rajasthan Start-Up policy.
  • Gehlot said that the free pilgrimage facility will be extended to Pashupatinath temple in Nepal.
  • A provision of Rs 25 lakh for martyrs from August 1.
  • Digitization of offerings made in temples under Devasthan board.
  • Assistance for the development of Ranthambore National Park.
  • Youth motivation program to provide scholarships, financial aid to state players.
  • Mukhyamantri Rozgar Yojana: To provide one lakh jobs in this term, launched.
  • Compulsory defence training will be provided to girls enrolled in primary and upper primary schools.
  • Rs 10 crore to be allocated for Madarsa development fund.
  • State announces to develop a cultural centre on the lines of Indian International Centre in Delhi.
  • Gehlot allocated Rs 10 crore for the education of women from minority communities.

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