The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh introduced its spending plan for the coming monetary year on Monday. This was the fifth financial plan of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)- drove government and the primary paperless one in any state.
The financial plan was introduced by UP money serve Suresh Kumar Khanna.
Uncommon accentuation has been given on the interstates, the controlled-access parkways, which have prompted an expansion in street travel.
Khanna proposed ₹7,200 crore for Ganga Expressway, ₹870 crore for Purvanchal Expressway and ₹1,492 crore for Bundelkhand Expressway in the ₹5,50,270.78 crore spending plan for 2021-22.
₹750 crore have likewise been apportioned for Gorakhpur Expressway.
Aside from this, the state government likewise assigned ₹1,326 crore for Delhi-Meerut Rapid Rail and ₹100 crore each for developing metro network in Gorakhpur and Varanasi.
“This is a spending which plans to make Uttar Pradesh aatmanirbhar (confident) and give work to all classes of individuals. I praise the money serve and different authorities for the financial plan,” Adityanath said in post-spending public interview.
Khanna likewise introduced a spending arrangement of ₹101 crore for the under-development air terminal in Ayodhya which will be named Maryada Purushottam Shriram Airport.
Prior, the spending plan was ₹5.12 lakh crore yet this year, the expense has been expanded by ₹38,000 crore.
All individuals from the state governing body were offered iPads to see the spending features which were likewise accessible on two major screens set up in the Assembly.
The spending meeting of Uttar Pradesh Assembly started on February 18 with a location by Governor Anandiben Patel to a joint sitting of the two houses. The meeting will proceed till March 10.