Rajasthan budget 2021-22 CM Ashok Gehlot presents states first paperless budget – Rajasthan budget 2021: CM Ashok Gehlot presented budget, will bring right to health bill


New Delhi:

Rajasthan Budget: The Congress government of Rajasthan presented its third budget in the state assembly on Wednesday. This is the first ‘paperless’ budget of the state among Corona. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the state’s budget of 2021-22 in the House. Please tell that the Chief Minister also has Finance Department. The Chief Minister said that his government will present the budget of agriculture separately from next year.

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The Gehlot government has said that the state government will take care of the well-being and welfare of all sections of society, including farmers, in its upcoming budget. He has announced to set up mandis in many districts of the state. At the same time, an announcement has been made to establish an agricultural college. There have also been many announcements for cattle owners.

Chief Minister Gehlot made several new announcements in the budget, including setting up nursing colleges in 25 district headquarters of the state in a phased manner. He said that in 2021-22, the thinking of the state government is that the lives of the people should be made happy by taking all sections together.


He said that Corona shook the economy and hence efforts will be made to raise more financial resources during the year. He said that the state government will introduce the ‘Right to Health’ Bill and will implement universal health care at a cost of Rs 3,500 crore next year, in which every family can get health insurance cover of up to five lakh rupees.

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