Karnataka Budget 2019 Highlights : H.D. Kumaraswamy Present 2nd Budget

Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy presented the state budget for the financial year 2019-20 . This was the second budget of Kumaraswamy-led government. Key highlights from Karnataka budget 2019-20 are the following:

• Implementation of Nava Bengaluru Kriya Yojana at an estimated cost of Rs. 8,015 crore, of which Rs. 2,300 crore will be granted in 2019-20.
• It granted Rs. 250 crore to Krushi Bhagya scheme.; announced grading of Organic and Zero budget farm produce, and 50 per cent subsidy to eligible entrepreneurs and startup entrepreneurs with a grant of Rs. 2 crore.
• It allocated of Rs. 368 crore for “Mukhyamanthrigala Sukshma Neeravari Yojana” during 2019-20. The special package of Rs. 150 crore announced to improve the economic condition of pomegranate and grape growers.
• Rs. 40 crore granted for the work of laying of pipeline for utilising 40 M.L.D water carried to Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board under K.c. Valley project
• Bidar airport : Rs. 32 crore granted for construction of new terminal building in 2019-20.

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• It allocated Rs. 100 crore to construct security barriers across the tanks, canals and other water bodies existing beside the roads.
• It proposed development of 7,940 km length of roads at a cost of Rs. 10,000 crore.
• The work for up-gradation of roads and bridges will be carried out at a total cost of Rs. 5,690 crore.
• The extension of Metro line from Central Silk Board junction to the Outer Ring Road-Airport via K.R. Puram via Hebbal will be carried out at a cost of Rs. 16,579 crore.
• Provision of Sub-urban rail services in Bengaluru at a total estimated cost of Rs. 23,093 crore; a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) ‘Bengaluru Rail Infrastructure Development Entity’ (B-RIDE) under State and Central Government partnership.
• Rs. 50 crore allocated for implementation of a comprehensive mobility scheme.

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• It proposed to establish an e-Governance Cell in Administrative Training Institute of Mysuru.
• It also proposed the establishment of state-of-the-art language skill training centres in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Belagavi and Kalaburgi divisions in the name of ‘Alur Venkatarao’ at a cost of Rs. 2 crore.
• It allocated expenditure of Rs. 638 crore under Ksheera Bhagya scheme for school going children and Rs. 405 crore for Anganawadi children.
• It proposed ‘Mini Olympic Games – 2019’ to identify and encourage sports persons between 13 and 15 years.
• Creation of 4 new taluks proposed in Harohalli (Ramanagar District) and Chelur (Chikkaballapur District), Terdal (Bagalakot District) and Kalasa (Chikkamagalur District).

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