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₹2959 Cr provisioned for tap-water connectivity for rural areas under Jal Jeevan Mission with Rs 532 crore as UT Share.

₹934 Cr for transforming agriculture and allied sectors of the UT through the Holistic Agriculture Development Programme (HADP), including provisions for IFAD funded J&K Comprehensive Investment Plan (JKCIP).

₹1907 Cr for rejuvenating school education infrastructure and services through funding under Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan.

Provision of improving road connectivity with ₹ 1683 Cr for PMGSY roads,₹ 300 Cr for CRF roads, and ₹ 1000 Cr NABARD scheme.

₹ 1313 Cr for strengthening decentralized governance by providing for local area works of panchayat and urban local bodies.

₹ 1271 Cr for strengthening infrastructure and services in the health sector under National Health Mission mechanism.

₹ 1093 Cr for rural housing under PMAwasYojana-Grameen scheme.

₹ 1000 Cr for comprehensive social security coverage for Old aged, Widow and Disabled pensions by saturation approach.

₹ 660 Cr for J&K’s equity for in the hydro electric projects at Ratle, Kwar, and Kiru, which would provide stable revenue source and cheaper power.

₹505Cr for timely procurement of machinery, equipments, prosthetic aids and drugs in Health sector through the dedicated corporation.

₹ 500 Cr for capitalization of the banks, including Cooperative Banks, Rural Banks, J&K Bank, etc.

₹ 450 Cr for infrastructure of new Colleges and Universities as per NEP vision.

₹430 Cr for women empowerment intervention ofLadliBeti and Marriage Assistance

₹ 400 Cr for construction of Transit accommodations for Kashmiri Pandit employees.

₹ 400 Cr for development of Industrial Estates and related infrastructure.

₹ 370 Cr under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Urban) scheme.

₹ 390 Cr for Flood Management Project of River Jhelum.

₹ 450 Cr for GST re-imbursement to ensure timely reimbursement of the claims.

₹ 272Cr for DDC/BDC grants improving local governance at district and block level

₹ 174 Crfor development of model schools under PM-Shri scheme.

₹ 150 Cr for developing rooftop solar and other avenues of new and renewable energy.

₹ 140 Cr for creation of Sports Infrastructure

₹ 100 Cr for conclusion of World Bank funded Jhelum Tawi Flood Recovery Project.

₹ 100 Cr for Mission Youth programmes for education, skilling, and employment

₹ 100 Cr for heritage preservation,

₹ 91 Cr for new tourism destinations, new circuits, Sufi circuit and identified religious circuits, ropeways, highway resting placesand promotion of Golf.

₹ 70 Cr under infrastructure for welfare of tribals for construction of Tribal Hostels/Milk Villages/ Nomad Shelters/Libraries for Gujjars.

₹ 100 Cr for sewerage projects in urban areas, ₹ 70 Cr for development of new Townships and affordable housing and ₹ 50 Cr for Dal development.

₹ 40 Cr for Tourism promotion, ₹15 Cr for the festival promotion and for promotion of cinema/ threatre.

₹ 40 Cr for meeting incentives as per the provisions of the Industrial Policy and Start-ups; ₹ 15 Cr for trade promotion through J&K TPO; and ₹ 100 Cr for Youth startup/Job fairs/employment fairs.

₹ 30 Cr for establishment of cold storage and ₹ 30 Cr for high density plantation.

₹80 Cr for establishment of DDC/BDC/PRI accommodation and offices as also for security arrangements of DDC/BDC/PRI representatives.

₹59Cr for construction of Police Housing colony and relief and rehabilitation

₹45Cr for construction of Bunkers and for digitization and CCTVs in Police Stations

₹ 30 Cr for improving Quality in Schools, School Infrastructure, for Career Counseling and for introduction of additional Streams in Schools.

₹ 5 Cr for replacement of old fleet in transport sector.

The two Appropriation Bills on the Supplementary Demands for 2023-24 and Vote on Account for 2024-25 of the UT Government are likely to be considered by the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha during 7th to 9th February 2024.

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