No new tax in Delhi Budget; Rs 260 cr for Power Subsidy

No new tax in Delhi Budget, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today announced subsidy of Rs 0.80 to Rs 1.20 per unit to small power consumers like the low-floor buses, sanitation and Rohini multi-disciplinary the hospital measures put.

Arun jaitly

Arun Jaitly

Rs:36,776 crores in the budget submitted to parliament in Delhi is the country is currently under the president’s rule.


Budget proposed 2014-15, Jaitley said no new tax has been proposed in the area of ​​Delhi and adding more night shelters will be set up in the National Capital region.

More than one specialized hospital would be different parts of 50-dialysis centers in Rohini and the NCT. Another four new sewage treatment plant has been planned in Delhi.

The Government has earmarked Rs 260 crores for power generation subsidies.

Following the protest Congressional Budget proposal by opposition MPs, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said that the problem may be raised during the debate.

Jaitley later said he only raised the Budget, which will be passed after discussion.

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