Luck now: In the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, opposition leader Akhilesh Yadav called Uttar Pradesh far behind in development, citing figures from NITI Aayog. He said that Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas or Ram Rajya is not possible without socialism. When discussing the budget provisions for the financial year 2023-24 after question time in the Vidhan Sabha on Tuesday, Akhilesh Yadav said that it was the government’s seventh budget and that every year the government claims to present the historical and most important budget. . But even after presenting so many budgets, the state of UP has not improved on many metrics.
Yadav counted the numbers from NITI Aayog and said, “The dream of a trillion dollar economy is being presented to people across the country and UP. If the government dreams of it, then it should see the NITI Aayog Sustainable Development Goals report to see what the status of UP is in it. Citing NITI Aayog’s 2020-21 report, he said that in the list of 28 states below the poverty line, UP is fourth from the bottom. UP ranks fifth in ending famine. He is second from bottom in good health and 18th in quality education.
So far, farmers’ income has not doubled
Targeting the government with numbers, Akhilesh said, “The government must understand the socialist principle. Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas or Ram Rajya is not possible without socialism. Describing the 2023-24 budget as directionless, Yadav said there is no solution to the problems of the present or a way forward. He said the dual engine government had promised that farmers’ income would be doubled, but no future of this promise has yet been seen.
The Yogi government had presented a budget of Rs 6 lakh 90 thousand 242 crore
Suresh Kumar Khanna, Minister of Finance in Yogi Adityanath-led Bharatiya Janata Party Government of Uttar Pradesh presented a budget of Rs. New programs worth Rs 32,000 721 crore 96 lakh were included in this budget.