Aapki Ray-Aapka Budget”Uttarakhand: Dehradun Chief Minister Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat interacted with students and teachers in a program “Aapki Ray-Aapka Budget” organized at Doon University on Friday. He sought suggestions for upcoming budget. On this occasion, 23 students gave their suggestions on various topics for the upcoming budget.
The CM Shri Trivendra said that Uttarakhand government had zero tolerance policy towards corruption. He added that any kind of corruption will not be accepted. He said that his 11-month tenure was absolutely immaculate. The state government is considering increasing the dairy subsidy from 25 to 35. The CM said that in order to prepare the budget according to geographical conditions of Uttarakhand, opinions of people from every section of society are being taken. Budget is a roadmap for state development, so participation of all sections of the society is essential. He said that all aspects will be included in the budget.
During the program it was suggested by Suman Khatri that infrastructural facilities such as transportation, tourism, facility and internet connectivity should be provided in hilly region of the state. Management student, Gautam Kumar suggested that organic and milk products should be promoted. He said that self-employment opportunities should also be created for the local people. Ujjwal Sharma suggested that investment summit should be organized in Uttarakhand. Dr. Vivek Joshi said that there was a need to develop self-help groups along with the promotion of Digital India, Startup India and to stop migrations from hill districts. Research student Shalu Rathi suggested that more farmers should be involved with the crop insurance scheme.
The CM said that the Union Budget has been prepared keeping everybody in mind. Providing employment opportunities to youth is a major feature of this budget. The number of Prime Minister Skill Development Centers has been increased.