‘Popular’ Budget with equivalent top priority to all neighborhoods, states Vinod Kumar
Hyderabad: State Planning Board vice-chairman B Vinod Kumar on Monday claimed that despite the Centre enforcing monetary clog in numerous methods as well as not complying, the State government increased a significant earnings from its very own sources to provide a Budget with Rs 2.9 crore in the Assembly.
Reacting to the Budget, he claimed the government offered a great deal of interest to development as well as well-being.” This is a popular Budget giving equal priority to all communities”
Kumar claimed the earnings collection enhanced substantially, specifically in the Stamps as well as Registration division from Rs 18,500 crore, Excise Rs 20,000 crore, Road Transport Rs 7,512 crore, mining Rs 5,917 crore. “The State is being financially enhanced with the vision of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.