Assam’s per capita debt burden estimated at Rs 26,000 | Guwahati News

Assam’s per capita debt burden estimated at Rs 26,000 | Guwahati News

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GUWAHATI: Assam’s per capita debt burden at the shut of the final monetary yr 2021-22 is estimated at Rs 26,771 whereas the per capita earnings has been pegged at Rs 1,02,965 (by fast estimate), state finance minister Ajanta Neog knowledgeable the meeting on Tuesday.
According to the minister’s reply to a question, the per capita debt burden has elevated by over Rs 13,000 from Rs 13,521 in in final 5 monetary years.
Quoting reviews from the state directorate of economics and statistics, Neog said that the state’s per capita earnings in line with fast estimates was Rs 1,02,965 and GDP Rs 4,12,162 crore registering a development fee of over 16% in 2021-22.
The minister stated in final three monetary years, the state authorities availed a complete mortgage of Rs 17,148 crore over the past monetary yr from a number of sources for numerous functions.
During 2021-22, the state authorities has taken Rs 12,753 crore from market borrowings for improvement work, one other mortgage of Rs 1,385.94 crore has been taken for growing rural infrastructure from monetary establishments, central loans of Rs 157.34 crore for implementing improvement schemes and Rs 600 crore for implementing capital schemes and Rs 2252.10 crore from state provident fund for improvement and welfare tasks.
Cabinet assembly expenditures:
The Assam authorities has spent over Rs 3.68 crore for holding cupboard conferences in 9 districts since September 2021, common administration division minister Ranjeet Kumar Dass knowledgeable the meeting.The highest expenditure was of Rs 1.13 crore, which was incurred for holding the cupboard assembly at Haflong in Dima Hasao district, Dass said in a reply to a query by Congress legislator Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha within the meeting.
The expenditure incurred in a few of these meets embrace Rs 55.54 lakh in Bongaigaon, Rs 48.42 lakh in Jorhat and Rs 35. 15 lakh in Dibrugarh. An quantity of Rs 21.79 lakh was spent on holding a cupboard assembly in Kamrup metropolitan district.
The minister, nevertheless, didn’t specify the variety of cupboard sittings for which the quantity has been spent.
On Purkayastha’s question concerning the standing of the implementation of the selections taken at these conferences, the minister stated the knowledge shouldn’t be obtainable along with his division by way of numbers as the selections pertain to completely different departments.

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