We are trying to increase the budget of Madhya Pradesh to seven lakh crore rupees in five years: CM Yadav

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Chief Minister Mohan Yadav said that the Madhya Pradesh government is trying to increase the annual budget of the state to Rs 7 lakh in the next five years. The state government presented its budget for the financial year 2024-25 on July 3 with an outlay of Rs 3.65 lakh crore.

Bhopal. The Madhya Pradesh government is trying to increase the state’s annual budget to Rs 7 lakh in the next five years. Chief Minister Mohan Yadav has said this. The state government on July 3 presented its budget for the financial year 2024-25 with an outlay of Rs 3.65 lakh crore. In this, substantial allocation has been made on infrastructure development and initiatives for women and tribals. Yadav said at a function of the Central India Chamber of Commerce in Ujjain on Saturday night, “This time the budget is 16 percent more than last year and is development oriented.”

He said, “Many important provisions have been made in the budget to take the state forward. Efforts are being made to take the annual budget of the state to seven lakh crore rupees in the next five years.” Yadav said that the special focus of the state government in the budget is on infrastructure including the irrigation sector so that positive results of development can be achieved. He said that the project of connecting Chambal-Parvati-Kali Sindh river worth Rs 35,000 crore will benefit many districts of the state. He informed that six new expressways are being constructed in the state apart from many other highway projects. The Chief Minister said that 42,000 doctors and health workers will be recruited for community health centers. He said that the state government will also give bonus on the purchase of milk along with wheat and paddy.

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