Delhi govt will take development to every household: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi govt will take development to every household: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi government has assigned Rs 13,997 crore of the total budgets for education.

Sisodia said, "1 lakh 20 thousand CCTVs will be installed in schools".

While education and health continue to be key focus areas of the government, this time the party unveiled a "green budget" to improve the air quality in the city-state.

These range from intra-city Wi-Fi connectivity to the intended number of Mohalla Clinics and from the completion of the one of the most eagerly-awaited infrastructural road projects in the Capital, phase III of the Barapullah corridor, to procuring the intended number of buses for the ailing public transportation sector.

Others include replacing all street lights on PWD roads with energy efficient LED lights, an extensive tree plantation drives, and new city forests in Jaunapur, Ayanagar, Dera Mandi, and Bela Farm among others.

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Sisodia announced 50 per cent concession in registration of CNG cars, and said solar panels will be installed over 16 km cycle track.

Rs 1,833 crores allocated for welfare schemes for poor and marginalized.

The government has also proposed to set aside Rs 1,000 crore for fix and maintenance of smaller roads owned by the municipal corporations of the city, he said.

A total of 48,879 patients, suffering from tuberculosis, were put on treatment till December 31, 2017 as against 57,000 patients in fiscal 2016-17, it stated.

The government would spend Rs 5 lakh for school managing committees to strengthen libraries, arts and education.

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Maken said that it was very odd that in every AAP budget, it is claimed that 1500 new buses would be added to the DTC fleet, 1000 Mohalla Clinics would be established, and CCTV cameras will be setup and free Wi-Fi would be provided, but the ground reality is totally different as none of these promises have been fulfilled.

Coffee machines to be added to staff rooms. All school teachers will also get tablet computers to keep record of attendance.

Installation of CCTV cameras in school buildings, self-defense training for girl students, promotion of sports in schools and setting up of a world-class skill center are among the big-ticket promises made by the AAP government in today's budget proposal.

Rs 15 crores to be allocated to establish Mobile Van Clinics.

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