What can Karnataka expect from the Union Budget?

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01-02-2024

    Siddaramaiah has requested for a branch of AIIMS to beopened in Raichur

    Farmers are not being insured by the PM Fasal Bima Yojan

    The Krishna Meldande Scheme might be declared a national scheme

The Central Budget which will be presented by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will be of significance to Karnataka. Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has requested for a branch of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to be opened in the Raichur district. Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda put forward a demand for a wing of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) to be located in the Hassan district. 

Certain grants and schemes are also expected to come Karnataka’s way. The allocation of funds for pre existing schemes is another reason why the people of Karnataka will be keenly observing the proceedings. The Krishna Meldande Scheme which is aimed to provide drought relief to districts in North Karnataka might be declared a national scheme. The completion of railway projects in Karnataka is yet another aspect which the budget may cover. 

Farmers are not being insured by the PM Fasal Bima Yojana. Infrastructure to boost tourism in sites relevant to the Ramayana is a demand from the Karnataka government. There are plans to develop Tumkur as an industrial town. There is scope for the Bengaluru suburban rail project as well. The grant for new highway routes is also expected. 

The last budget of the 2nd consecutive term of Narendra Modi will be presented at 11 AM in the parliament on February 1st.

What can Karnataka expect from the Union Budget?

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    Siddaramaiah has requested for a branch of AIIMS to beopened in Raichur

    Farmers are not being insured by the PM Fasal Bima Yojan

    The Krishna Meldande Scheme might be declared a national scheme

The Central Budget which will be presented by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will be of significance to Karnataka. Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has requested for a branch of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to be opened in the Raichur district. Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda put forward a demand for a wing of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) to be located in the Hassan district. 

Certain grants and schemes are also expected to come Karnataka’s way. The allocation of funds for pre existing schemes is another reason why the people of Karnataka will be keenly observing the proceedings. The Krishna Meldande Scheme which is aimed to provide drought relief to districts in North Karnataka might be declared a national scheme. The completion of railway projects in Karnataka is yet another aspect which the budget may cover. 

Farmers are not being insured by the PM Fasal Bima Yojana. Infrastructure to boost tourism in sites relevant to the Ramayana is a demand from the Karnataka government. There are plans to develop Tumkur as an industrial town. There is scope for the Bengaluru suburban rail project as well. The grant for new highway routes is also expected. 

The last budget of the 2nd consecutive term of Narendra Modi will be presented at 11 AM in the parliament on February 1st.

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