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Haryana’s Chief Minister Khattar Presented Rs 1.77 Lakh Crore Budget For The FY 2022-23

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Haryana govt presents Rs 1.77-lakh-cr Budget

The Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar presented the budget of Rs 1,77,255.99 crore for the Financial Year (FY) 2022-23. The budget focuses on agriculture, rural development, women empowerment, health and education by increasing allocation.

i.The Budget comprises Rs 61,057.36 crore as capital expenditure and Rs 1,16,198.36 crore as revenue expenditure.

Implementation Of Awards:

i.A new award will be started in the name of late Darshan Lal Jain, environmentalist of Haryana. The ‘Darshan Lal Jain Environment Award’ will be presented by recognising excellence in efforts towards environment conservation and promotion.

  • The award money will be Rs 3Lakh.

ii.Khattar also announced the ‘Sushma Swaraj Award’ for women, named after the late Sushma Swaraj, Former Minister of External Affairs of India, for their significant contribution or achievements in different walks of life in national and international spheres.

  • The Sushma Swaraj Award will carry a commendation with an award money of Rs 5 lakh.

Vision To Development:

Through ‘Vajra Model’ the budget envisions five development force:

  • Economic growth and human development. 
  • Ease of living for citizens.
  • Lifting the poor and disadvantaged from all socio-economic groups.
  • Leveraging productivity through increased adoption of technology accompanied by employment.
  • Entrepreneurship.

Budget Spendings: Revenues And Deficits:

The Budget Estimates (BE) for 2022-23

  • Debt burden of Rs 2,43,779 crore 
  • Revenue Receipts of Rs 1,06,425 crore 
  • Revenue Expenditure of Rs 1,16,199 crore 
  • Revenue deficit of Rs 9,774 crore 
  • Fiscal deficit of Rs 29,618 crore

Allocation Of New Funds:

The budget has allocated three dedicated funds namely,

i.Climate & Sustainable Development Fund to achieve green development objectives.

ii.Research & Innovation Fund.

iii.Venture Capital Fund to promote entrepreneurship.

Implementations Of The Schemes:

i.Matrushakti Udyamita Scheme to provide support to women entrepreneurs with the help of verified data of ‘Parivar Pehchan Patra’.

  • The loan extent of 3 lakh will be provided with the interest of 7% for 3 years of which Haryana Women Development Corporation will subvent 7% interest.

ii.Through the Sahbhagita scheme, the government is providing affordable houses in Faridabad, Gurugram and Panchkula in 2022-23 for the women who face insecurities. Houses were built on land belonging to the government.

iii.Target of training 1 lakh persons, 25,000 Gurus and 75,000 disciples under ‘Guru-Shishya Yojana’.

iv.Providing ‘Ayushman Bharat Yojana’ to families with annual income up to Rs 1.80 lakh.

  • Free health check-up facility once in 2 years.

v.Construction of 20,000 houses under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.

Other Implementations:

i.Establishment of three new government women’s colleges at Kudal and Chhapar in Bhiwani and Gannnaur in Sonipat.  

ii.The state government plans to establish and support 10,000 self-help groups (SHGs) in 2022-23.


  • The government proposed to identify ‘hot spots’ prone to air pollution in every district and make necessary interventions to convert them into ‘green spots’.
  • 100 air quality monitoring stations across the state will be installed in addition to 29 existing monitoring stations, to monitor the air quality.
  • The tree census will be started in 2022-23 to count each and every tree and geo-tag it.

iv.Establishment of Haryana State Sports Institute at Panchkula on the lines of National Institute of Sports.

v.Haryanvi Ek’ will resonate as“Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat”.

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About Haryana:

Governor – Shri Bandaru Dattatraya
National Parks – Sultanpur National Park, Kalesar National Park
Festivals – Lohri, Basant Panchami