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Manish Sisodia BudgetThe Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government tables Delhi budget for 2017-18 on Wednesday. The government lays the budget on the third day of the fifth session of the Assembly on Wednesday.

Poor tax collection will be the prime concern. The government has also been claiming that Delhi’s growth rate has slowed down due to demonetisation.

State finance minister Manish Sisodia may increase tax collection target to Rs 25,000 crore in his budget proposal for 2016-17.

According to the economic survey, Delhi’s economic growth is estimated to slow down to 8.26% during 2016-17 from 8.82% the previous year.

Here are the live updates from Delhi Assembly:

Delhi Gov increases allocation to DCW by 300%. Women safety and progress paramount : AAP

AAP govt has decided to built modern 70 acre Mandi in the area of Tikri Khampur for which Rs. 800 cr has been allotted. : AAP

It feels great to announce that 600 acre of the land has recovered its greenery into a great extent.

Delhi govt will continue to grant subsidy of Rs.1.06 cr in order to encourage E-Rickshaw vehicles: AAP

Ambient air monitoring centres have been increased from 6 to 26 to be set up across Delhi to monitor air pollution: AAP

Historic year for water infrastructure.

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Delhi Jal Board has earned Rs. 178 Cr more than last year, despite giving water subsidy.

In 2017-18, for Scheduled Caste Sub Plan component (under 789 Budget Head) 900 Cr have been allocated- 27% increase.

Del Gov allocates Rs.1595 Cr for financial assistance to senior citizens, differently-abled, widows & destitute women.

Govt. will set up a commission for senior citizens in 2017-18 to oversee welfare, security issues of senior citizens

Construction of elevated road under Barapulla Nala Phase 3 will be completed this year. Estimated Cost- Rs 150 crores

Delhi Govt. proposes total outlay of Rs. 5506 crores for public transport including road infrastructure in 2017-2018.

Proposal for W point Sikandara road, Mathura road,Tilak marg,BSZ marg,skywalk near Hans Bhawan. Estimated cost 54.84 Cr : AAP

Govt. will set up a commission for senior citizens in 2017-18 to oversee welfare, security issues of senior citizens : AAP

Construction of elevated road under Barapulla Nala Phase 3 will be completed this year. Estimated Cost- Rs 150 crores : AAP

Delhi Govt. proposes total outlay of Rs. 5506 crores for public transport including road infrastructure in 2017-2018 : AAP

Construction of elevated road under Barapulla Nala Phase 3 will be completed this year. Cost- 150 crores: AAP

Health Outcomes: 5 De-Addictions Centres will be setup for the teenagers in Delhi with 5 beds in each centre : Manish Sisodia

Consultants have been appointed and feasibility work is in progress for East West Corridor and North South Corridor. : Manish Sisodia

3rd Tax Free Budget in Delhi by AAP govt. : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt. proposes Rs 1156 crores for DMRC in 2017-2018.: Manish Sisodia

AAP Delhi Official‏Verified account @aapdelhincr 9m9 minutes ago : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt proposes total outlay of Rs. 5506 Crores for public transport including road infrastructure in 2017-18 : Manish Sisodia

Construction of elevated road under Barapullah Nala Phase 3 will be completed this year. Delhi Gov proposes 150 Cr for project in 2017-18 : Manish Sisodia

Proposal to build W point at Sikandara road, Mathura road, Tilak Marg, BSZ Marg and Skywalk near Hans Bhawan to ensure safety of pedestrians : Manish Sisodia

Consultants appointed & feasibility study in progress for East-West corridor and North South Corridor : Manish Sisodia
For the Health Sector in 2017-18, Delhi Govt proposes a total expenditure of Rs. 5736 Cr : Manish Sisodia

Health Outcomes: 5 De-addiction Centres will be set up for teenagers in Delhi with 5 beds in each centre : Manish Sisodia

For the first time in Delhi : Health insurance & health cards to become a reality for Delhi citizens : Manish Sisodia

During 2017-18, Delhi Govt. proposes an outlay of Rs. 100 crores for the developments of bus terminals and depots : Manish Sisodia

No. Of beds in Delhi Govt hospitals will be increased from 10,000 to 25,000 targets in upcoming financial year: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt will surely achieve the aim of completion of 1000 Mohalla Clinics in upcoming financial year: Manish Sisodia

For the health sector in 2017-2018, Delhi Govt. Proposes a total expenditure of Rs. 5736 crores.: Manish Sisodia

Health Outcomes: 5 De-Addictions Centres will be setup for the teenagers in Delhi with 5 beds in each centre.

For the first time in Delhi: Health Insurance & Health Cards to become a reality for Delhi Citizens.

No. of beds in Delhi Govt. hospitals will be increased from 10,000 to 25,000 in the upcoming financial year.

Delhi govt will surely achieve the aim of completion of 1000 Mohalla clinic in upcoming financial year.

AAP Govt. believes that no citizen should fear the hospital bill when in need of quality healthcare: Manish Sisodia

Out of the Total Budget in Delhi, 24% is allocated to Education Sector. Highest for any state in the country: Manish Sisodia

Delhi govt. has proposed to build multi-storied building for 2350 sportspersons equipped with modern facilities

Graduation and Post-graduation course in Sports Medicine will be started in academic year 2017-18.

Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Research has been launched under DIPSRU: Manish Sisodia #AAPKaOutcomeBudget

A new Delhi Technical University campus will be started in East Delhi from next year, with capacity of 2000 students.

Shaheed Sukhdev College having 2000 seats, will be constructed in Rohini by 2017: Manish Sisodia

High class training institute will be opened in Ambedkar University, Lodhi Road: Manish Sisodia

4 new complexes will be opened within Ambedkar university that will increase the seats from current 2100 to 10000.

Regular skill courses such as Stitching, cooking, plumbing, beauty care is being provided by Delhi Gov night shelters

All Govt schools will have their own Extra Curricular Activity Department to promote extra curricular activites.

Delhi govt will encourage art and music in all the govt schools and each school will have 1 dance teacher.

The govt schools operating in two shifts will have two running computer labs for which Rs. 182 Cr have been allotted : Manish Sisodia

Delhi govt ordered the audit of private schools. This resulted excess fee refund by more than 650 schools: Manish Sisodia

IT Revolution in Delhi Govt. Schools: Plans to increase the number of computers by 6-7 in labs: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Gov to grant Rs 4 Cr to Ambedkar university in order to build 10 World Class Early Childhood Centers on pilot basis : Manish Sisodia

AAP Govt. has decided to start Early Childhood Centres in order to build pre-school learning in Delhi : Manish Sisodia

First time ever in Delhi, AAP Govt. will be starting nursery classes in 156 govt schools: Manish Sisodia

AAP Govt has taken the decision to launch two new DIET centres: Manish Sisodia

“Rs 5736 crore for health sector in 2017-18,” : Manish Sisodia

182 Cr allotted for two computer labs for schools operating in two shifts : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt has decided to restructure the SCERT and DIET in order to enhance the quality education: Manish Sisodia

Teachers in Delhi Govt schools will be equipped with computer tablets in order to maintain student records : Manish Sisodia

This year our focus shifts to providing training to teachers to uplift quality of education in classrooms : Manish Sisodia

Seats of Ambedkar University will be increased from current 2,100 to 10,000 : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt will start off the construction of 10,000 new classrooms in upcoming financial year : Manish Sisodia

This year AAP Govt has built 24 new schools & 8,000 new classrooms: Manish Sisodia

8000 classrooms constructed in Govt Schools, 10,000 more to be built in upcoming financial year

Delhi Govt has decided to restructure the SCERT and DIET in order to enhance the quality education

Delhi Govt will encourage art and music in Govt schools

This year AAP Govt’s focus shifts to providing training to teachers to uplift quality of education in classrooms

Deputy Chief minister – “ I urge MCD to improve the functioning in order to avoid any economic calamity”

AAP Govt proposes Rs. 1718 cr to Local authorities for Urban development, Health, Education and transport sector: Manish Sisodia

AAP govt plans to bring class 9th-12th girls to the reach of mid-day meal Scheme for which Rs 55 Cr have been allotted: Manish Sisodia

In year 2017-18, AAP Govt plans to open 5 Schools Of Excellence in Rohini, Madanpur, Khichdipur, Dwarka, Kalkaji : Manish Sisodia

Setting up of 400 libraries for the students of class 6th to 10th is under process for which 100 Cr have been allocated : Manish Sisodia

From nursery to 5th class, Govt Schools will have their own libraries for which 17 Crores have been allocated : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Gov to grant Rs 4 Cr to Ambedkar university in order to build 10 World Class Early Childhood Centers on pilot basis : Manish Sisodia

AAP Govt. has decided to start Early Childhood Centres in order to build pre-school learning in Delhi : Manish Sisodia

First time ever in Delhi, AAP Govt. will be starting nursery classes in 156 govt schools: Manish Sisodia

AAP Govt has taken the decision to launch two new DIET centres: Manish Sisodia

“Rs 5736 crore for health sector in 2017-18,” : Manish Sisodia

182 Cr allotted for two computer labs for schools operating in two shifts : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt has decided to restructure the SCERT and DIET in order to enhance the quality education : Manish Sisodia

Teachers in Delhi Govt schools will be equipped with computer tablets in order to maintain student records : Manish Sisodia

This year our focus shifts to providing training to teachers to uplift quality of education in classrooms : Manish Sisodia

Seats of Ambedkar University will be increased from current 2,100 to 10,000 : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt will start off the construction of 10,000 new classrooms in upcoming financial year : Manish Sisodia

 This year AAP Govt has built 24 new schools & 8,000 new classrooms: Manish Sisodia

8000 classrooms constructed in Govt Schools, 10,000 more to be built in upcoming financial year

Delhi Govt has decided to restructure the SCERT and DIET in order to enhance the quality education

Delhi Govt will encourage art and music in Govt schools

This year AAP Govt’s focus shifts to providing training to teachers to uplift quality of education in classrooms

Deputy Chief minister – “ I urge MCD to improve the functioning in order to avoid any economic calamity”

AAP Govt proposes Rs. 1718 cr to Local authorities for Urban development, Health, Education and transport sector: Manish Sisodia

Government work is not only spending the budget money but to ensure productive outcomes/results of the expenditure: Manish Sisodia

I urge MCD to improve the functioning in order to avoid any economic calamity : Manish Sisodia

AAP Govt proposes Rs. 1718 cr to Local authorities for Urban development, Health, Education and transport sector: Manish Sisodia

AAP govt has decided not to reclaim the funds owed by North, East MCD in 2016, 2017 due to their bad financial state: Manish Sisodia

In 2017-18, AAP govt proposes support of Rs 7571 Cr to local authorities, that makes up to 15.8% of the budget: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt is strengthening and reinforcing the Evaluation and Monitoring Unit of Planning Department: Manish Sisodia

Public will get to know how, where, when their hard-earned tax money is being utilized/spent by the Govt.

Delhi’s Per Capita Income grew from Rs.2,73,618 in 2015-16 to Rs. 3,03,073 in 2016-17: Manish Sisodia

Despite Demonetisation, Delhi’s GSDP has increased from Rs. 551963 Cr last year to Rs. 622385 Cr this year: Manish Sisodia

Tertiary, Secondary, Primary Sector contributed 82.26%, 14.84% and 2.9% respectively to Delhi’s GSV: Manish Sisodia

Delhi’s contribution to India’s GDP has increased from 3.94% in 2011-12 to 4.08% in 2016-17: Manish Sisodia

Delhi’s GSDP stood strong at 8.26% as compared to country’s GDP which stood at 7.1%: Manish Sisodia

Despite Demonetisation, Delhi’s GSDP has increased from Rs. 551963 Cr last year to Rs. 622385 Cr this year : Manish Sisodia

Demonetisation has caused a terrible economic downturn in previous 4 months: Manish Sisodia

Delhi govt has initiated the integration of Aadhar, Pan card, identity proof into a single unit: Manish Sisodia

Development work for Barahpula phase-3 and Metro Phase-3 is going on in full swing: Manish Sisodia

Delhi govt has started providing drinking tap water on pilot basis in 11 zones of Delhi Jal Board: Manish Sisodia

Providing electricity at half prices, 20,000 ltr free water has made public economically strong: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt has encouraged the public-private partnership in health sector: Manish Sisodia

 26 lakh people of Delhi are utilising the benefits of 110 Mohalla Clinics: Manish Sisodia

Establishment of Mohalla Clinics across Delhi has been the one of the greatest achievement for the people of Delhi:  Manish Sisodia

Delhi Govt has started providing education loan of upto 10 lakh (Collateral-free) to financially weak students:  Manish Sisodia

Delhi’s world class skill centre has been providing remarkable skill training to more than 1000 students: Manish Sisodia

9 vocational colleges has been shown green signal which resulted in addition of 2700 seats for higher education:  Manish Sisodia

Renowned Institutions like IITs, IIMs are helping us in improving the level of education: Manish Sisodia

Principles of schools were sent to Cambridge university to get training in the field of education.

Quality Education, Health facilities to rich and poor section of the society has been the major focus of Delhi Govt.

AAP Govt has taken a historic step by increasing the salary of Guest lecture from Rs.17000-Rs.21000 to Rs.32000-Rs.34000

Delhi govt ordered the audit of private schools. This resulted excess fee refund by more than 650 schools.

Keeping transparency in admission of 25% reserved category for EWS category has been the great achievement for AAP Govt: Manish Sisodia

Delhi government has linked Mohalla clinics with Night Shelters in order to provide medical facilities to the homeless: Manish Sisodia

Delhi has around 266 night shelters out of which there is a provision of stay for 21724 homeless: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Government has started the development of 10 new world class night shelters for homeless people:

Regular skill courses such as Stitching, cooking, plumbing, beauty care is being provided by Delhi Gov night shelters : Manish Sisodia

Delhi Government has started the development of 10 new world class night shelters for homeless people

Delhi Government has increased the pension for handicapped people and widow women from Rs.1,500 to Rs.2,500.

Delhi Government has increased the old age pension by Rs. 1,000 per month: Manish Sisodia

For skilled labour, AAP Govt has increased the minimum wages from Rs 11,830 to 16,182 per month.

For Semi-skilled labour, AAP Govt has increased the minimum wages from Rs 10,764 to 14,698 per month.

For Unskilled labour, AAP Govt has increased the minimum wages from 9,724 to 13,350 per month.

AAP govt has raised the minimum wages of unskillked, semi-skilled, skilled labour by almost 37%

For the 1st time, only categorization in budget is Capital & Revenue. Plan & Non-Plan Expenditure removed: DY CM Manish Sisodia

Outcome budget refers to the numbers of people that will be benefitted after the construction of a building or the implementation of a scheme: DY CM Manish Sisodia

We will be presenting Outcome budget from this year. This the first state in the country to do so: DY CM Manish Sisodia

“I am honoured to be presenting the budget for the 3rd time”: DY CM Manish Sisodia

Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia begins his speech, says “We have increased minimum wages by 37%.”

Last year, the Arvind Kejriwal-led government allocated Rs 10,690 crore — 22.9% of the total budget outlay for 2016-17 — to the education sector. The focus was on teacher training programmes and physical infrastructure.

Delhi cabinet members led by Arvind Kejriwal leave for Delhi Assembly.

Deputy CM and finance minister Manish Sisodia reaches Vidhan Sabha. He will present the budget at 12pm.

Protests outside chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s house ahead of Delhi Budget 2017.

Ministers Kapil Mishra and Imran Hussain arrive at Delhi Assembly.