The Jharkhand government claims to have used 86% of the total revised budget allocation for fiscal year 2021-22. The state government spent 83% of its revised budget on program (planned) heads and 91% on facilities (non-planned) heads, officials said. The Hemant Soren provincial government submitted a budget of Rs.91,277 crore, including Rs.53,333.66 crore and Rs.37,943.34 crore for the planning head for 2021-2022 at the State Assembly on March 3, 2021. The revised total budget was Rs.89,211.54 crore, including Rs.50,489.31 crore for the program and Rs.38,722.23 crore for the facility.
From 2020 to 2021, the total expenditure of the Program Managers was SEK 40,118.81 for system managers and SEK 33,735.03 for facility managers. Rs 27,746.7 crore has been received as part of central tax for 2021-2022, according to Finance Ministry officials. Subsidies received from the central government for various programs have decreased slightly.
According to preliminary expenditure data as of March 31, 2022, the government has pledged Rs 41,907.04 to the head of the program, the head of the director facilities to the program, a finance department official said. In 2019-2020, the Government spent Rs 37,572.05 on heads of programs and Rs 33,159.64 on heads of institutions.
An amount of Rs.11,289.10 crore was received for grants in 2021-22, which is comparable to Rs.11,993.41 crore in 2020-21. At a recently concluded budget meeting, the BJP-led opposition cornered the Jharkhand government in the state parliament, accusing it of abusing budget allocations. The Jharkhand government has allotted about Rs 572.59 billion to the program head, with a budget of Rs 1.11 billion for the fiscal year 2022 and 2023.
- The J’khand government uses 86% of its overall 2021–2022 revised budgetary allotment
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