Punjab News CM Bhagwant Mann Said We Will give one crore to family of soldiers losing life in line of duty. Big decision of Punjab government, families of soldiers martyred on the border will get one crore

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  • Big decision of Punjab government for the families of martyrs
  • Families of soldiers martyred on the border will get one crore help
  • Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann announced in Chandigarh

Punjab News: The Punjab Government has taken a big decision for the families of the soldiers who were martyred on the border. The Punjab government has decided that Rs 1 crore each will be given to the family of the jawan who was martyred on the border. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann has given this information in Chandigarh. He said that this is not equal to the sacrifice of the soldiers, but we will give an amount of 1 crore to the family so that there is no financial crisis.

Let us tell you that ever since Bhagwant Mann became the CM of Punjab, he remains in the headlines due to his decisions. Whether it is the decision to make 300 units of electricity free or to give 1 crore rupees to the family of the martyr, he is trying his best to make a place among the public.

Punjab government fulfilled the promise of 300 units of electricity free in the first budget

The Bhagwant Mann government of Punjab had fulfilled the promise of 300 units of free electricity in its first budget. From July 1, electricity up to 300 units is being provided free of cost in the state. Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema made this announcement while presenting the state budget. He had said that every household in Punjab would now get 300 units of free electricity every month from July 1. The government is fully prepared to make financial arrangements for the expenditure on this scheme. Education is also being emphasized in this budget.

123 crore for government schools

In Punjab, the budget for school and higher education was increased by 16 percent. There was an increase of 47 percent in the technical education budget and 57 percent in the medical education budget. It was also announced that estate managers would be appointed for the maintenance of schools in Punjab. Estate managers will be appointed in the government schools of Punjab so that the principal can focus only on the work related to education.

Total budget expenditure Rs 1,55,870 crore

Harpal Cheema had proposed a total budget outlay of Rs 1,55,870 crore for the financial year 2022-23. This shows a growth of 23% as compared to FY 2021-22. The effective outstanding debt on GSDP for the FY 2022-23 is 45.33%.

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