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Deputy Chief Minister Jagdish Deora has presented the interim budget i.e. Vote on Account for the financial year 2024-25 in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly. This budget is for the next four months (April to July 2024). A budget of Rs 1 lakh 45 thousand crore has been allocated for this. This is the first interim budget of the almost two months old Dr. Mohan Yadav's government.

Highest budget for school education department

In the interim budget 2024-25, a provision of Rs 13 thousand crore has been made for the School Education Department for the next 4 months. Thus, the highest budget in the interim budget has been given to the School Education Department. At the same time, the least amount has been given to the Aviation Department.

Deputy Chief Minister Jagdish Deora presented the interim budget for the financial year 2024-25.

Deputy Chief Minister Jagdish Deora presented the interim budget for the financial year 2024-25.

CM Rise School Scheme started just before the assembly elections

Madhya Pradesh government has come up with the scheme of 'CM Rise School' before the assembly elections to improve the quality of school education. Under this scheme, 9200 CM Rice schools will be opened in the entire state. Facilities like banking, accounts, digital studio, cafeteria, thinking area, gym, swimming pool etc. will be available in the schools opened by the state government. According to this scheme, CM Rise Schools are proposed at four levels in the state – district, development block, cluster and village group levels. At the district level, there will be one CM Rise School in each district, which will have 2000 to 3000 students per school. At the same time, the new academic session will also start in July, in view of this, maximum money has been given to the School Education Department.

Opposition's claim – despite the budget, the number of children in schools is decreasing

Congress leader Jitu Patwari wrote on social media platform X that Rs 1.50 to 2 lakh crore has been spent on school education in Madhya Pradesh in the last 10 years. Despite this, during this period there has been a reduction of 39 lakh children in government schools and 65 thousand children in private schools.

No new scheme launched

Neither any new tax nor any new scheme has been included in the interim budget. In this, a provision of 4 percent DA and dearness relief has been made for employees and pensioners.

Two months old Dr. Mohan Yadav's government

Two months ago, BJP had formed the government in Madhya Pradesh with a clear majority. BJP got 163 seats while Congress had to be content with 66 seats. A 'new government' was formed in Madhya Pradesh with Mohan Yadav taking oath as the Chief Minister on 13 December. Mohan Yadav became the 19th Chief Minister of the state.

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