- Among the key highlights, the budget is expected to have a special allocation for free Covid-19 vaccination at Delhi government hospitals.
The Delhi government will present the annual budget for the fiscal year of 2020-21 at 11:00am today. The budget will be presented by deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia who also handles the finance portfolio. “All set today I am going to present my 7th budget in Delhi assembly under visionary leadership of CM Arvind Kejriwal,” he tweeted earlier.
Among the key highlights, the budget is expected to have a special allocation for free Covid-19 vaccination at Delhi government hospitals. The government is also expected to share its plan to increase Delhi’s per capita income in the budget to match the level of Singapore by 2047, as per reports.
The budget is also likely to have proposals to open ‘Sainik Schools’ in Delhi and promote yoga at a widescale in the city
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