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Delhi Budget: Rs.78,800 cr for clean city ,1600 new electric buses

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Delhi Budget 2023: Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, said today that the Centre’s objection to the budget is unconstitutional and that the objections made are completely baseless. Mr. Kejriwal said today in the Delhi assembly, where the budget was to be presented, that no Central government had ever broken tradition by stalling a state’s budget.

“1600 new electric buses will be purchased this year. We have a target to have a total of 10,480 buses on the streets of Delhi by 2025. This will be sufficient for the requirements of Delhi. By 2025, 80% of these buses – 8,280 will be electric. Of these, 1600 buses will be purchased this year”: Delhi CM


Delhi Budget Highlights: Key Points

> Delhi plans to become ‘saaf, sundar, aadhunik’ city

> Over Rs 9,700 crore allocated for health sector, 100 mahila mohalla clinics to be set up

> Over Rs 16,500 allotted for education sector

> 80% electric buses in city by 2025, to reduce carbon emission by 4.6 lakh tonnes

A provision of Rs 3,348 crore made for energy sector

> Rs 6,342 crore allotted for water management

Rs 9,333 crore allotted for transport sector

> Local bodies to be given financial assistance of Rs 8,241 crore in financial year 2023-24

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> Free bus ride scheme for women to continue in 2023-24

“A 6-point action plan has been formed to clean Yamuna…Before the next election in 2025, I will take a dip with you in Yamuna..,” says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal when asked, when will river Yamuna be cleaned “The three landfills (in Delhi) will be cleared by December 2024,” says Delhi CM


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