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FARM LOAN WAIVER UP TO RS.34 CRORES IN MAIDEN BUDGET
Bengaluru: Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy announced farm loan waiver at a cost of Rs 34,000 crore, but will cap the limit at loans of Rs 2 lakh. As per the new decision, every farmer household will get Rs 2 lac waiver. The newly-formed coalition government of the Janata Dal (Secular) and Congress presented its first state budget in the Assembly on Thursday.
HDK said, “I have decided to limit the loan amount to Rs 2 lac. Due to this crop loan waiver scheme, farmers will get the benefit of Rs 34,000 crore,”
“All defaulted crop loans of farmers up to December 31, 2017, will be waived in the first stage. Farmers who repaid the loan within time, as an encouragement to the non-defaulting farmers, I have decided to credit the repaid loan amount or Rs 25,000 whichever is less,” he added.
WHAT IS TO MYSORE DISTRICT?
Rs 3 crore Cost nest. Market Establishment; 1 crore in 2018-19 Grant.
A new super specialty hospital is set up to provide third-party health care services for cardiovascular disease and cancer and other diseases.
A 450 bed capacity new hospital will be set up at Chamarajanagar Medical Colleges. Rs 200 crore Grant.
For the 92 villages in the Mysore city and on the route, the additional 300 MLD water supply scheme is Rs 50 crore from the Cauvery River at Old Undawadi. Grant.
WHAT IS TO MANDYA DISTRICT?
Rs 30 crore to upgrade Hospital Mandya Medical Sciences Institute to 800 Beds Hospital Grant.
5 crore to provide additional tourist facilities that will benefit tourists in the famous Gaganachukki and Bharachukki falls. Grant.
Rs 30 crore is allocated for the drinking water project from the Lokpawani river to Mandya district and other lakes and the villages in Mandya taluk.
Rs 50 crore special package for the all-round development of Mandya city.
WHAT IS TO HASSAN DISTRICT?
Establishment of New Super Specialty Hospital.
Rs 50 crore to set up 15 lakh liters of mega dairy in Hassan milk union
Rs. Ring Road facility at a cost of Rs. 30 crore.
Developed as a bathroom equipment manufacturing district.
Hemavathi water to 160 lakes for Hassan taluk.
For this, Rs 70 crore is planned.
Private Training Institute to train tourist guides in Belur.
Encouragement to build a star hotel.
KSRTC modernizes Rs 10 crore.
Rs 36 crore for development of Channanapattana lake in Hassan city Grant.
Karnataka Budget Highlights
Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy is presenting the Congress-JDS coalition government’s maiden budget at Vidhana Soudha here today.
The budget preparations were made based on the Common Minimum Programme of the coalition partners.
Size of the 2018 Budget: Rs 2,13,734 crore
Rs 150 crore will be allotted for adopting Israel method of farming.
Israel model of irrigation to be adopted across 5000 hectares each in Karwar, Tumakuru, Yadgir and Haveri.
Congress government ‘bhagya’ schemes will continue.
Annabhagya scheme: Quantity of rice cut from 7 kg to 5 kg
4% rise in liquor tax
Fuel price rise; Petrol-Rs 1.14, diesel – Rs 1.12
Power tariff rise by 20 paise per unit
Rs 34,000 crore will be allotted towards farm loan waiver
Bellandur Lake rejuvenation project – Rs 50 crore alloted
‘I have decided to limit the loan amount to Rs 2 lakhs’- HDK
Film University to be set up at a cost of Rs.30 cr at Ramanagara
Rs 25 cr towards Mutts (selected)
Rs 15825 cr for six elevated corridors across Bengaluru
Education: Rs 26581 cr; Water resources: Rs 18142 cr; Urban development: Rs 17727 cr; Energy: Rs 14499 cr; Social Welfare: Rs 14123 cr; PWD: Rs 10200 cr
Rs 190 crore for a scheme to safeguard interests of coconut growers
Kayaka scheme: Loan of up to Rs 10 lakh to enhance skill development and entrepreneurship skills in SHGs on cluster model or individually
Rs 150 cr allotted to repair govt primary, high-school and PU college buildings
Rs 25Cr set aside for Karnataka Brahmin Development Board
Pregnant women from BPL families to get Rs 1,000 aid per month
Anganwadi centres under women and child welfare department will be strengthened as ‘Balasnehi’ centres.