Gujarat Government Announced 14 Thousand Crore Rahat Package: Self-reliant Gujarat: CM announces Rs 14,000 crore package, waiver provision in electricity bill. After the announcement of Unlock-1 in the country, the car of Gujarat’s industrial world is getting back on track. Now Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a self-reliance package to boost the economy.
The state government has been active in reviving the crumbling economy amid the Koro crisis. Now Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced a self-reliant Gujarat package. The Chief Minister has announced a package of Rs 14,000 crore. It has also decided to waive the electricity bill. It has been decided to waive 100 units of electricity bill.
- A subsidy of Rs 35,000 will be given to tribal workers to build houses
- GST refund will be paid immediately so that the industries do not run out of money
- Private luxury buses, taxis and cabs waive 6 months road tax: CM Rupani
- Up to 100 units of electricity bill waived, 92 lakh electricity customers will benefit: CM Vijay Rupani
- Rs 460 crore allotted for GIDC: CM Rupani
- 20% waiver in annual property tax: CM Vijay Rupani
It had earlier announced a loan of Rs 1 lakh under the self-help scheme. 20 per cent waiver in the annual property tax. At the same time, the government had allocated Rs 460 crore for GIDC. Another relief package will be announced soon, a big statement from Dy CM Nitin Patel
Now Adani Group has shown inability to operate 3 airports including Ahmedabad, find out the reason given. The Gujarat government announced the ‘Atmanirbhar Gujarat’ scheme. More than 10 lakh people in the state will benefit from this scheme. Loans up to Rs 1 lakh will be given to artisans and traders. The interest on this loan will be charged only 2 per cent instead of 12 per cent. Based on the application without any guarantee Rs. A loan of up to Rs 1 lakh was announced.
Earlier announced a relief package of Rs 650 crore: In the midst of the Corona scuffle in Gujarat, CM Rupani announced a package of Rs 650 crore for 65 lakh poor unorganized workers, construction workers. Announcing this, Rupani said that the government would deposit Rs 1,000 in the bank accounts of 65 lakh families to help them financially in Corona’s situation. In addition, the cattle will also get adequate fodder and at present when the trade is closed due to lockdown, all the registered cowsheds and cages in the state will be given Rs 25 per animal by the government during the month of April to avoid financial crisis. A package of Rs 20 to 5 crore was announced for this.