While presenting the budget, Ashok Gehlot said that universal health coverage will be implemented from next year at a cost of Rs 3,500 crore.
More than 50,000 posts will be recruited in two years.
The Rajasthan government will recruit 50,000 posts in the next two years and will present a separate budget for the agriculture sector from next year. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday announced this while presenting the first paperless budget for the financial year 2021-22 in the state assembly. The Chief Minister said, “To provide employment opportunities to the youth of the state, more than 50,000 posts will be recruited in the next two years.”
He said that our government has been farmer friendly and that it will present the agricultural budget separately from the coming year, in view of better future and interests of the Annadata. Along with this, Gehlot announced to upgrade the Peace and Non-violence Cell to make the Directorate of Peace and Non-Violence, increase the unemployment allowance currently payable to eligible youth by Rs 1,000, and organize the same competitive examination for some examinations in the state. He said that universal health facility will be implemented from next year at a cost of Rs 3,500 crore. Under this, each family of the state will get the benefit of medical insurance up to five lakh rupees.
Health infrastructure strengthened
In the budget speech, Gehlot said, “The biggest challenge before us in making this budget was that despite the difficult economic conditions, there is no lack of resources for the development of the state. We are taking a pledge that economic resources with far-reaching thinking Innovative efforts will be made to raise. He said that as usual, this challenge will also be turned into an opportunity. Referring to the corona epidemic, he said that the last one year has been very difficult for all of us… We have strengthened the health infrastructure in the state by turning this disaster into opportunities. Corona RTPCR investigation facility has been ensured in all districts of the state.
Assistance given to 31 lakh families in Corona period
While announcing the special Kovid package, Gehlot said that ‘We have provided assistance of Rs 1,155 crore at the rate of Rs 3500 per family to 31 lakh helpless, destitute families during this epidemic. Now, in the coming year, as a final installment to these families, I announce a further assistance of Rs. 1000. I announce the launch of Indira Gandhi Urban Credit Card Scheme for self-employment and employment needs of street vendors of urban areas and youth and unemployed people of all areas. Under this scheme, an interest free loan of up to Rs 50,000 will be provided to five lakh needy people.
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