handed the Odisha Appropriation Invoice, 2021 permitting the state
authorities to spend Rs 1.75 lakh crore from its consolidated
fund in the course of the monetary yr 2021-22.
Whereas introducing the Invoice, Finance Minister Niranjan
Pujari mentioned Rs 85,000 crore has been allotted as
administrative expenditure, Rs 75,000 crore as programme
expenditure, Rs 3,050 crore as catastrophe response fund and Rs
6,950 crore in direction of transfers from the state.
He mentioned the passage of the Invoice is crucial because the
funds will likely be spent for tackling the COVID-19 pandemic and
appealed to all of the members to go the Invoice.
Pujari mentioned that round Rs 8,000 crore has been
allotted from off-budget assets like Odisha Mineral
Bearing Areas Improvement Company (OMBADC), District
Mineral Basis (DMF) and state PSUs to complement the
He had introduced the annual Finances within the Meeting on
Speaker S N Patro introduced that the budgetary calls for
for grants for 33 departments scheduled for dialogue had been
handed by means of guillotine earlier than the Appropriation Invoice.
Each the opposition BJP and Congress members
participated within the dialogue earlier than the passage of the Invoice.
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