Budget session from february end: Yanamala Ramakrishnudu

Rajahmundry: Minister for finance Yanamala Ramakrishnudu said that the Budget session of the Assembly will begin from February end. Speaking to newsmen here on Thursday, the minister said they were according priority to resolve people's problems. The grievances received by the chief minister and MLAs are being sorted out as financial and non-financial and those falling in the latter category have been sorted out already.

With regard to financial grievances, he said various departments were asked to look into the issues and allocate funds as the fourth quarter was underway to solve them. He promised to make allocations in the upcoming Budget for the grievances that have remained unresolved. The minister said they were according priority to departments like panchayat raj, irrigation and agriculture and added that nearly Rs 10,000 crore was spent beyond the allocation of the Budget 2017-18.

He made it clear that the state government would  focus on the same departments in the upcoming Budget as well and make more allocations for the benefit of people. He said that they had already started the preparatory exercise to prepare Budget by taking proposals from various departments and added that after preparing the draft proposals by holding meetings with ministers and heads of departments, they would meet Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu for getting his approval. 

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