AAP govt unveils 'green budget' in bid to improve Delhi's air quality

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Sisodia said the total budget was of Rs 53,000 crore in 2018-2019 while in 2014-15 the budget was Rs 30, 940 crore and Rs 26,402 in 2011-12.

The green budget envisages a real-time source apportionment study of air pollution, developing a model for forecasting of air pollution scenario and setting up 1,000 indoor display panels inside all government buildings dealing with the public to display information on air pollution levels.

Delhi to get fleet of 1,000 electric buses, biggest in the country and one of the biggest in the world. Subsidy will also be given to firms to switch over to clean fuel-based power generators.

According to the First Outcome Budget, of the total 1,685 indicators, 643 were identified as critical in the health sector by the planning department.

He said they have made skill centre having capacity to accommodate 1000 students.

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To that end, he also announced that the School Management Committee members of its schools will get Rs 5 lakh each as funds to carry out reforms on their own - like small construction or upgrade projects, helping teachers get aids or employing resource persons on their level to help assist their kids - without having to go to the government or the Directorate of education. It is 19.45 per cent more than the revised budget estimate of Rs 44,370 crore for the previous financial year.

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.

For the fix and maintenance of smaller roads owned by the municipal corporations of the city, the government has assigned Rs 100 crore for the plan. "It is very unusual that the Aam Aadmi Party in every budget claimed that 1500 new buses would be added to the "Delhi Transport Corporation" fleet, 1000 Mohalla Clinics would be established, CCTV cameras will be setup and free Wi-Fi would be provided but nothing came on the ground", he said. Moreover, around 200-250 cameras will be installed to live-stream the classes so that the parents can watch their children.

26 Points Programme under Delhi's Green Budget.

Congress' Delhi President Ajay Maken described the budget as "hollow and a bundle of lies".