In the State Assembly, the Odisha government submitted a supplemental budget for Rs 16,800 billion.

The Supplementary Statement of Expenditure for 2022-23 in Odisha Legislative Assembly was released on Thursday . The government issued a press release indicating that the additional allocation of Rs 4,934 crore includes Administrative Expenditure of Rs 9,200 crore .

The Supplementary Statement of Expenditure for 2022-23 in Odisha Legislative Assembly was released on Thursday by Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water Minister Pradip Amat.The government issued a press release indicating that the additional allocation of Rs 4,934 crore includes Administrative Expenditure of Rs 9,200 crore, Disaster Response Funds of Rs 2,610.46 crore, and transfers from the state of Rs 55.54 crore.Amat informs The House that due to additional funding requirements for the implementation of the state-funded initiatives, Post-Budget announcements such as drought relief packages for farmers affected by crop loss during the Kharif season, recoupment of advance received from Odisha Contingency Fund, and Accounting adjustment under different demands, the Supplementary Budget amounting to Rs.200 crore.An amount of Rs 164 crore has been allocated to the provision of rice for Rs.1 a kilogram (Procurement Operations Support Scheme), while a total of Rs 867 crore has been allocated to public health services.

An official press release stated that primary health centers, district headquarter hospitals, and medical colleges are also listed.Rs 51 crore is given to the Mukhya Mantri Swasthya Seva Mission, Rs 33 crore to Tertiary Health Care-Super Speciality Services, and Rs 10 crore to the state share National Health Mission, Rs 33 crore to the Mission Shakti Sambala Program, Rs 27 crore to Anganwadi Workers Helpers, and Rs POSHAN 2.060 crore to the state.According to an official announcement, 28 crore is given for the Conditional Cash Transfer for pregnant women- MAMATA Program.For the care and protection of specially-cared children whose parents died during the Covid-19 epidemic, Rs 438 crore has been allocated to the ST & SC Development and the Minority & Backward Class Welfare Fund, Rs 166 crore has been allocated to the Umbrella Scheme for Education of ST Students.

A total of Rs 2,084 crore has been allocated to the education, recreation, and skills development sector.It includes funding for rural housing, work, water, and rural infrastructure.For Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), Rs 550 crore is earmarked, and Rs 782 crore is allocated for Urban Development, with a total allocation of Rs 388 crore for Energy, Information Technology, Commerce, Transport, and R&D.Rs 128 crore has been allocated for the promotion of Culture and Tourism.

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