The delhi government's budget for the financial year 2024-25, set to be presented on monday (March 4) in the Assembly, is expected to be centered around the theme of 'Ram Rajya,' according to sources. The budget, coinciding with the election year, is anticipated to include provisions for every section of society. With lok sabha elections likely in April-May, the budget aims to align with the principles of 'Ram Rajya,' emphasizing the welfare of the people.

Chief minister arvind kejriwal has frequently spoken about the concept of 'Ram Rajya,' asserting that the AAP government has embraced its ten principles. He highlighted the delivery of quality education, healthcare services, free electricity, water, and women's safety as part of the government's commitment to 'Ram Rajya.'


Delhi Finance minister Atishi, who joined the cabinet in march of the previous year, is set to present her first budget. The government is considering allocating Rs 1,000 crore for various initiatives in unauthorized colonies, which are home to approximately 30% of Delhi's population. The budget is expected to focus on strengthening road networks, expanding water-supply pipelines, and enhancing sewer networks in these colonies. Currently, over 1,400 unauthorized colonies in delhi have water and sewer lines, drains, and a road network spanning more than 5,000 kilometers. The budget aims to address infrastructure needs and improve living conditions in these areas.


Chief minister arvind kejriwal has frequently spoken about the concept of 'Ram Rajya,' asserting that the AAP government has embraced its ten principles. He highlighted the delivery of quality education, healthcare services, free electricity, water, and women's safety as part of the government's commitment to 'Ram Rajya.'


Delhi Finance minister Atishi, who joined the cabinet in march of the previous year, is set to present her first budget. The government is considering allocating Rs 1,000 crore for various initiatives in unauthorized colonies, which are home to approximately 30% of Delhi's population. The budget is expected to focus on strengthening road networks, expanding water-supply pipelines, and enhancing sewer networks in these colonies. Currently, over 1,400 unauthorized colonies in delhi have water and sewer lines, drains, and a road network spanning more than 5,000 kilometers. The budget aims to address infrastructure needs and improve living conditions in these areas.

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