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AP Highlights of ANDHRA PRADESH Budget 2016-17

  1. The total Budget estimate for 2016-17 is Rs. 1,35,000 crores. 
  2. Non-plan Expenditure is Rs. 86,554.55 crores. 
  3. Planned Expenditure is Rs. 49,134.44 crores. 
  4. The current budget growth is about 20.13 per cent compared to last year’s budget.
  5. Revenue Deficit for 2016-17 is estimated to be Rs. 4,868 crores. 
  6. Actual deficit for 2016-17 is Rs. 20,497 crores. 
  7. State’s own revenue increased by 16 per cent. 
  8. Law and Order – Rs. 4,785.14 crores. 
  9. Land Administration – Rs. 3,119.72 crores. 
  10. Rs. 1,500 crore for the construction of Amaravati.

  • Rs. 3,100 crore for Smart Wards and Villages.
  • Rs. 320 crore for Sanitation. 
  • Rs. 4,728.95 crore for Urban Administration. 
  • Rs. 4,764.71 crore for Employment Guarantee Scheme.
  • Rs. 1,195.63 crore for rural water supply.
  • Rs. 4,467 crore for rural development.
  • Rs. 215 crore to the Ministry of Sports.
  • Rs. 1000 crore for Kapu Corporation. 
  • Rs 65 crore for Brahmin Corporation.
  • Rs. 710 crore for the welfare of Minorities. 
  • Rs. 8,832 crore for the welfare of BC.
  • Rs. 3,100 crore for the welfare of STs.
  • Rs. 8.724 crore for the welfare of SCs.
  • Rs. 252 crore for Youth Empowerment. 
  • Rs. 642 crore for Women Empowerment , Special Project for Women Empowerment. 
  • Rs. 1,132 crore for housing.
  • Rs. 4,020 crore for Energy security. 
  • Rs. 150 crore for the safety of the road safety. 
  • Rs. 3,184 crore for development of roads.
  • Rs. 250 crore for Krishna Pushkaralu. 
  • Rs 227 crore to the Ministry of Tourism. 
  • Rs. 360 crore for Information Technology. 
  • Rs. 772 crore for ICDS scheme.
  • Rs. 2,933 crore for Medical and Health.
  • Rs. 2,642 crore for Higher Education.
  • Rs. 17,502 crore for Primary Education.
  • Rs. 127 crore for the Handloom sector.
  • Rs. 100 crore to the food industry.
  • Rs. 147 crore for the silk industry (Sericulture). 
  • Rs. 659 crore for the Department of Horticulture.

  1. Rs. 3,660 crore for Polavaram project.
  2. Rs. 7,325 crore for Irrigation Department. 
  3. Rs. 674 crore for Minor Irrigation sector.
  4. To create 5 lakh jobs in manufacturing zones. 
  5. To complete the mission of electrifying 4.6 lakh homes by June 2016. 
  6. Target of 4,800 MW of additional power generation in the next 3 years.
  7. 5000 hectares of national investment and manufacturing zone in Chittoor.
  8. 1.87 crore LED Bulbs to 93.5 lakh houses. 
  9. Setting up of Industrial zone with an investment of Rs. 23,000 crores in 5079 acres in Donakonda of Prakasam district. 
  10. Rs. 377 crores for new Entrepreneurs.
  11. Training to one lakh people as a part of Skill Development. 
  12. Green Field Airports in Bhogapuram, Dagadarti, Orvakallu, Nagarjunasagar and Donakonda.

To build 1,20,000 houses under Prime Minister Awas Yojana. Already 73,041 have been approved by the Central Government.

Polavaram declared as National Project and the first in India for interlinking of rivers. It will divert 80 TMC of Godavari water to Krishna river, irrigates about 7 lakh acres of land and supply 23.44 TMC for drinking and industrial needs of Visakhapatnam.

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