- 120 crore allotted to ST Corporation
- From the CM Relief Fund, Rs. 100 crore allotted
Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan Yojana 2020
Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a Rs. In which electricity bill up to 100 units is waived. 20% rebate on annual property tax. He will pay 10% rebate to the corporation till July 31. While 6 months road tax has been waived.
Dr. The package was announced based on the recommendations of Hasmukh Adhia’s committee
Former Finance Secretary to the Government of India Dr. The committee formed by the state government under the chairmanship of Hasmukh Adhia was formed to suggest the recommendations of the Economic Revival. The committee submitted its interim report to the state government three days ago. The package has been announced as a result of a comprehensive in-depth study of the report and a marathon meeting of state ministers, senior secretaries, social leaders, industry and trade associations, representatives of various sections of the society.
Highlights of the Self-Reliant Gujarat Relief Package
- The government will help the workers to build houses
- Electricity bills up to 100 units will be waived
- 92 lakh electricity consumers will get the benefit of electricity bill waiver
- 6 months road tax waived from 1st April
- GST can be refunded till July
- Loans up to one lakh will be available under the self-reliant Gujarat relief package
- District Nodal Officers appointed for MSMEs
- Pastoralists will be paid Rs 900 per cow
- Dhanwantari chariots will be raised at a cost of Rs 20 crore
- 120 crore allotted to ST Corporation
- 5 taka electricity bill waived for small traders
- Allocation of Rs. 350 crore for construction of godowns in farms
- 20% waiver in annual property tax
- Government’s attempt to thwart GIDC
- From the CM Relief Fund, Rs. 100 crore allocated
Rs. Details of Gujarat Self Reliance Package of Rs. 14022 crore
If property tax is paid by July 31, 2020, 10% waiver
Property tax, electricity bill and vehicle tax waiver and relief (Rs. 2300 crore) Commercial units will be given 20% waiver in payment of annual property tax for the year 2020-21. The Rs 600 crore waiver will benefit an estimated 23 lakh commercial units in the state. In which property tax due for the year 2020-21 of all residential properties in the urban area will be waived 10% if it is paid by 31st July 2020. This will benefit an estimated 72 lakh property holders and give them Rs. 144 crore relief.
100 unit electricity bill waived once A
monthly electricity bill of 100 units will be waived for residential electricity consumers consuming less than 200 units per month. Hence Rs. About 92 lakh electricity consumers in the state will get the benefit of Rs 650 crore electricity bill waiver.
A total of Rs. 200 crore fixed charge
waiver It has been decided to waive the fixed charge of Rs . From which a total of Rs. 200 crore charge will be waived. In addition, electricity customers with HT (industrial) connection will be charged a fixed charge of Rs. In order not to incur the burden of Rs.
Electricity tax for small shopkeepers was reduced from 20 per cent to 15 per cent
Various small shops like grocery, textile, readymade garments, medical store, hardware, coloring, provisional store, cutlery, bakery, stationery, mobile shops, garages, shopping centers and malls as well as various services like lawyers, chartered account, travel Shopkeepers running agencies, transport offices, coaching classes, photo studios, beauty parlors, salons did not receive income due to the lockdown during the Corona epidemic. Therefore, for the purpose of giving them financial relief, the electricity tax for the three months of June, July and August will be reduced from 20 per cent to 15 per cent. This will benefit about 30 lakh shopkeepers / traders / artisans of the state. Under this, Rs. 80 crore financial relief will be given.
63 thousand vehicle owners Rs. 221 crore road tax waiver
The lockdown has had a major impact on the business of private luxury buses (contract carriage buses) and jeeps, taxis (maxi cabs) etc. In such circumstances, they will be given full exemption in paying road tax for 6 months from 1st April 2020 to 30th September 2020. Under which Rs. 221 crore road tax exemption.
Temporary power connection to contractors for government works In
addition, temporary power connections are provided to contractors for government works in the state’s roads and departments like building, irrigation, water supply and Narmada. As the work of the project was stopped during the lockdown, the fixed electricity bill charged during this period will be waived and assistance of Rs. 3 crore will be provided.
Incentive subsidy of Rs 3,038 crore for industries and businesses
Capital and interest subsidy of Rs 768 crore will be paid by July 31, 2020 to accelerate industrial activity in the state which has slowed down due to the epidemic of Kovid-19. This will give a big relief to the industries from the financial congestion
Textile industries to Rs. 450 crore capital and interest subsidy The
textile industry occupies an important position in the industrial sector in the state as well as provides abundant employment. Such textile industries will be given Rs. 450 crore capital and interest subsidy will be paid by July 31, 2020. It is imperative that all types of industrial units in the state benefit from the dire situation of Kovid-19 epidemic. According to which, Rs 150 crore capital and interest subsidy will also be paid to Mega Industries by July 31, 2020.
VAT and GST refund of Rs 1,200 crore to traders
More than 3200 traders in the state will be paid VAT and GST refund of Rs 1200 crore by July 31, 2020 to relieve these traders from financial congestion. More than 27,000 entrepreneurs in the state will be paid a subsidy of Rs 190 crore under the Bajpayee Bankable Scheme by July 31, 2020.
For solar roof top Rs. 190 crore subsidy
for 65000 families under Solar Roof Top Scheme. The subsidy of Rs 190 crore will be given by July 31, 2020. Through Gujarat Agro-Industries Corporation, Agro and Food Processing Units have been provided Rs. 90 crore capital and interest subsidy will be given by 31st July 2020.
- 8 crore overseas laborers will be given 5 kg of wheat or rice and 1 kg of chickpeas free of cost in two months.
- Provincial workers will get jobs in MGNREGA, up to 50 per cent increase in registration
- Cheap loans to 3 crore farmers, credit cards to 25 lakh new farmers: Finance Minister
- Overseas, poor and needy Our priority: Sitharaman
Phase:-2 Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan Yojana 2020
|Name of scheme||Self-reliant india campaign|
|Started by||Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi|
|Type of scheme||central government|
|Beneficiary||Every citizen of the country|
|an objective||Building a prosperous and thriving India|
|Start date||12 May 2020|
|Package money||20 lakh crores|
New Delhi. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is announcing the second phase of the breakup of the Rs 20 lakh crore relief package. The finance minister said today that 9 important announcements would be made for overseas laborers, street vendors, small traders and farmers. In the first phase, many advertisements were made for small businesses, real estate, organized sector workers and others.
Key points of Breakup Part-2
- “We will take care of the foreign workers, the poor and the needy,” he said. After the announcement of the lockdown, the Prime Minister announced a poor welfare scheme. We’re constantly advertising. 3 crore farmers took loans at concessional rates. He took an agricultural loan of Rs 4 lakh crore.
- The interest subsidy scheme for farmers will continue till May 31.
- 63 lakh agricultural loans were given in March-April. It was 86 thousand 600 crores. This benefited the farmers.
- The central government has increased financial assistance to the states for the purchase of crops by Rs 6,700 crore. Rs 4200 crore has been provided for infrastructure development in rural areas.
- Shelter homes have been arranged for people during Corona. People who are homeless living in the city have benefited from it.
The finance minister said 3 crore farmers took loans at cheap interest rates. He took an agricultural loan of Rs 4 lakh crore. 63 lakh agricultural loans were given in March-April. It was 86 thousand 600 crores. This benefited the farmers. The central government has increased financial assistance to the states for the purchase of crops by Rs 6,700 crore. Rs 4200 crore has been provided for infrastructure development in rural areas.
The interest subvention scheme for small farmers has been extended till May 31.
According to sources, the finance minister’s focus on Thursday may be on giving cash and free food. Advertisements for the poor were made by the government in late March at the start of the lockdown. This will be an expanded version of it. At the beginning of the lockdown, the government had announced to provide 5 kg more wheat-rice and 1 kg dal to 80 crore needy people for three months under Pradhan Mantri Anna Yojana.
The next focus on the rural economy
A senior government official involved in the discussion on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Rs 20 lakh crore self-sufficient India package on Tuesday said the announcements about MSMEs have been completed. Now the government’s next focus will be on the poor and rural economy. Later some measures may be taken for the middle class and for other sectors.
Many sectors are badly affected by covid
“One by one, we will cover every sector and stakeholders,” said another official. The sectors most affected by Kovid-19 include hospitality, tourism, aviation, logistics, e-commerce and automobiles.