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Inviting Ideas and Suggestion for Tripura State Budget 2021-2022

Start Date: 22-02-2021
End Date: 10-03-2021

The Department of Finance, Govt. of Tripura invites inputs/suggestions from citizens, which will be presented to the appropriate panel for incorporating into the State ...

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The Department of Finance, Govt. of Tripura invites inputs/suggestions from citizens, which will be presented to the appropriate panel for incorporating into the State Budget 2021-22 in order to make the State Budget more concrete and beneficial for mass people.

Citizens from all walks of life are welcome to be a part of this democratic exercise. You can submit your suggestions either directly in the comments box or attach a PDF document in the discussion point.

This is one of the continuous efforts of the State Government to make its decision-making process more participative and inclusive.

The first phase of comments will be taken on 10th March 2021 for review. However, you can keep posting your comments which may be considered in later phases.

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SUTHAHAR P 8 months 4 weeks ago

The Tripura Government has announced a phone number and asked people to drop their suggestions via WhatsApp message. The Tripura Government has sought ideas, proposals and suggestion from the general public, which can be incorporated in the upcoming budget. Tripura Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Deb Varma, who holds the finance portfolio will present the budget. Last year, Jishnu Deb Varma tabled a Rs 511.41 crore deficit budget in the Floor of the House.

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SUTHAHAR P 8 months 4 weeks ago

Finance Minister Jishnu Deb Barma, last year tabled the budget of Rs. 19,891 crore with a deficit of Rs. 511.41 crore having 19 new major announcements with a revenue expenditure of Rs 17,252.12 crore and capital expenditure of Rs 2,639.48 crore for the financial year 2020-21.

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Saikat Pal 9 months 1 week ago

It’s an absolute delight to get a chance to express my ideas on myGov platform as a common citizen. Kudos to the visionary leadership of our ministers. Some of my ideas and requests I have listed on the attached pdf. Please consider them on the spirit of participation.

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KRIPAN AYUDH ROY 9 months 2 weeks ago

Many thanks for inviting citizens to join the state budget allocation process. The education sector should be given highest priority in budget allocation with a target to include the skill development activities in the education system. Next priority should go to the health care (with priority to COVID-19) and infrastructure development projects and agriculture sector, especially for welfare of the marginal farmers. The law and order sector also should get priority in budget allocation.