The move comes after Delhi Finance Minister A K Walia announced the withdrawal of Rs 40 subsidy on the cylinders while presenting the Budget. Apart from the gas cylinders, high-end mobile phones and luxury watches will also cost more.
And that's not all, the state government has also increased the Value Added Tax (VAT) on diesel from 12.5 per cent to 20 per cent.Diesel price now increased by 2.37 Rs /Liter.Moreover CNG is costlier by Rs 1.09 per Liter
Walia presented Rs 26,000 crore Budget for the capital, allocating Rs 4,224 crore for the transport sector and Rs 1,443 crore for health.
More over you have to pay more for school bags, perfumes,Film Tickets,
Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) is 10 % according to Walia.
Mr. Walia announced that more DTC buses will be added and for this the budget allocated Rs 675 crore allocated. In addition, government will start special non stop DTC buses for 50 routes. The buses will have GPS from now on.
The government will also build 26 new foot over bridges before December 2010.
To supply street lights Rs.830 million will be provided to Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
For health, Delhi budget 2010 allocated Rs. 12.4 billion.
News reports say that the new budget will increase taxes on luxury goods such as designer clothes, high-end mobile phone and watches and would increase road taxes.
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Monday, March 22, 2010