Presenting the budget within the meeting, Deputy CM Sisodia mentioned the AAP authorities is dedicated to offer higher dwelling situations in unauthorised colonies and improvement work has been began there in quick observe mode. He proposed an outlay of Rs 3,723 crore in its budget 2020-21 for the event of unauthorised colonies and slum clusters.
Sisodia mentioned, “Development work has been completed or in progress at 1,281 out of the 1,797 unauthorised colonies in Delhi. Work in all these colonies will be completed by the end of 2020-21,” including “For the development of infrastructure in these colonies, I propose a budget provision of Rs 1,700 crore in the budget estimates of 2020-21 against the revised estimate of Rs 1,520 crore in 2019-20.”
Key proposals of the Delhi budget for FY 2020-21 are:
1. Sisodia introduced ‘Chief Minister Local Area Development’ scheme to complement the overall improvement work on the native degree, and allotted Rs 400 crore for it, along with Rs 450 crore for the ‘Mukhyamantri Sadak Punrothan Yojana’.
2. The deputy chief minister additionally introduced ‘CM Mohalla Suraksha Yojana’ with an outlay of Rs 100 crore, aiming to take care of the security and safety of folks.
3. Sisodia mentioned the federal government has notified ‘Mukhya Mantri Awas Yojna’, beneath which the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) is the nodal company to take up in-situ rehabilitation of slum dwellers by offering them ‘pucca’ homes as promised by the federal government beneath the ‘Jahan Jhuggi Wahin Makan’ throughout elections.
4. The DUSIB will shift folks dwelling in 138 JJ clusters to two-bedroom homes with a rest room, toilet, and kitchen every, and the work shall be accomplished within the subsequent two to a few years, he mentioned.
5. In a one-day session of the Delhi Assembly, the federal government has allotted Rs 15,815 crore to the schooling sector amounting to over 24 per cent of the overall budget.
6. In his budget speech, Sisodia mentioned, “I propose to spend Rs 15,815 crore for the education sector in the financial year 2020-21, including Rs 443 crore for education-related schemes of various departments. This budget has a share of 24.33 per cent of the total budget. Out of the total budget, an amount of Rs 7,031 crore has been allocated for implementation of various programs, schemes, and projects which is 24 per cent more over Revised Estimates 2019-20.”
7. Sisodia, who can also be the schooling minister, mentioned the federal government is mulling becoming a member of the PISA Test in 2024, including “PISA is the world’s most important international educational assessment process in the field of education, which is held every three years. We are optimistic that Delhi will achieve a distinct place on the educational map of the world by 2024.”
8. “From next year we will start a scheme to provide newspapers to children to develop an interest in newspaper reading. In order to improve the communication skills of students, special classes were organised in the current financial year, in which , 40,000 students developed spoken skills in English.”
9. Sisodia added, “Around 25,000 students of class 11 have already been included in this program. This program will continue. An amount of Rs 12 crore has been set aside for it. After the successful implementation of the spoken English scheme in schools, it is now proposed to extend the program to those students who have passed the examination from schools in the last five years.”
10. The Delhi authorities has additionally introduced that the college well being scheme can be launched from subsequent 12 months. Sisodia mentioned, “Students will be given a multipurpose identity card with their health details. A sum of Rs 22 crore is proposed for this scheme.”
11. Sisodia additional proposed, “Another important proposal in this direction is establishment of Delhi’s own State Board of Education. The aim of the new board is to establish such a system of education and examination in which children focus on understanding and learning, rather than scoring marks by rote learning, so that they prepare themselves for the possible challenges of the upcoming world. A sum of Rs 62 crore is proposed for this including budget for SCERT.”
12. The Delhi authorities mentioned it has set a goal to scale back air air pollution within the metropolis by two-thirds within the subsequent 5 years and put aside Rs 30 crore within the 2020-21 budget to put in smog towers throughout the nationwide capital, including “Green Citizen Awards” can even be instituted to encourage residents to contribute to atmosphere safety and preservation work.
13. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia mentioned “There is also a need to implement projects to establish smog towers to reduce pollution on a large scale. I propose an outlay of Rs 30 crore under the Pollution Control and Environment Management scheme to control air pollution in Delhi.”
14. The authorities has additionally allotted Rs 20 crore for finishing up intensive campaigns throughout Delhi to create consciousness and encourage public participation to guard the atmosphere. “This is for segregation of waste at home, avoiding single-use plastic, rooftop plantation, gifting plants instead of offering bouquets, use of public transportation and carpooling, cycling for a short distance, using jute and cloth bags, preventing the waste of paper, to celebrate in eco-friendly ways and holding conferences on environmental issues, etc.”
15. Sisodia mentioned the forest space and inexperienced cowl in Delhi have elevated from 299.77 sq km in 2015 to 324.44 sq km in 2019 because of this of varied measures, including “In order to achieve the target of planting 2 crore saplings in the next five years, a target has been set for the planting of 40 lakh saplings by 22 green agencies in the year 2020-21,” he mentioned.