(GIST OF YOJANA) KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE
INTERIM BUDGET 2019-20 Farmers
KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE INTERIM BUDGET 2019-20 Farmers
- 12 crore small and marginal farmers to be provided with assured
yearly income of Rs.6000 per annum under PM-KISAN.
- Outlay of Rs.75,000 crore for FY 2019-20 with additional Rs.20,000
crore in RE 2018-19
- Out lay for Rashtriya Gokul mission increased to Rs750 crore.
- Rashtriya Kamdhenu Ayog to be setup for sustainable genetic
up-gradation of the Cow resource New separate Department of Fisheries for
welfare of 1.5crore fishermen.
- 2 percent interest subvention to Farmers for Animal husbandry and
Fisheries activities; additional 3 per cent in case of timely repayment.
- Interest subvention of 2 per cent during disaster will now be
provided for the entire period of reschedulement of loan.
- Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan scheme to ensure fixed monthly
pension to 10 crore unorganized sector workers.
- Rs 3000 per month after 60 years of age with an affordable
contribution of only Rs 100/55 per month.
- 22nd AIIMS to be set up in Haryana. MGNREGA
- Rs. 60,000 crore allocation for MGNREGA in BE 2019-20.
Direct Tax proposals
- Income upto Rs. 5 lakh exempted from Income Tax
- More than Rs. 23,000 crore tax relief to 3 crore middle class
- Standard Deduction to be raised to Rs. 50,000 from Rs. 40,000
- TDS threshold to be raised from Rs 10,000 to Rs. 40,000 on
interest earned on bank/post office deposits
- Existing rates of income tax to continue
- Tax exempted on notional rent on a second self occupied house.
- Housing and real estate sector to get boost TDS threshold for
deduction of tax on rent to be increased from Rs. 1,80,000to Rs. 2,40,000
- Benefit of rollover of capital gains increased from investment in
one residential house to two residential houses for capital gains up to Rs.
- Tax benefits for affordable housing extended till 31st March, 2020
under Section 80-IBA of Income Tax Act.
- Tax exemption period on notional rent, on unsold inventories,
extended from one year to two years.
- Fiscal deficit pegged at 3.4 percent of GDP for 2019-20.
- Target of 3 percent of fiscal deficit to be achieved by 2020-21.
- Fiscal deficit brought down to 3.4 per cent in 2018-19 RE from
almost 6 per cent seven years ago.
- Total expenditure increased by over 13 percent to Rs.27,84,200
crore in 2019-20 BE.
- Capital Expenditure for 2019-20 BE estimated at Rs. 3,36,292
- Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) allocation increased to Rs.
3,27,679 crore in BE 2019-20.
- National Education Mission allocation increased by about 20 per
cent to Rs. 38,572 crore in BE 2019-20.
- Allocation for Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)
increased by over 18 per cent to Rs. 27,584 crore in BE 2019-20.
- Substantial increase in allocation for the Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes Allocation for SCs increased by 35.6 percent - from Rs.
56,619 crore in BE 2018-19 to Rs. 76,801 crore in BE for 2019-20.
- Allocation for the STs increased by 28 per cent - from 39,135
crore in BE 2018-19 to Rs. 50,086 crore in
- 2019-20 BE.
- Government confident of achieving the disinvestment target of
- Focus now on debt consolidation along with fiscal deficit
consolidation programme. Poor and Backward Classes
- "First right on the resources of country is that of the poor": FM
- 25 percent additional seats in educational institutions to meet
the 10 per cent reservation for the poor
- Targeted expenditure to bridge urban-rural divide and to improve
quality of life in villages
- All willing households to be provided electricity connections by
March 2019 North East
- Allocation to be increased by 21 per cent to Rs. 58,166 crore in
2019-20 BE over 2018-19 BE.
- Arunachal Pradesh came on the air map recently.
- Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram came on India's rail map for the
- Container cargo movement through improved navigation capacity of
the Brahmaputra Vulnerable sections.
- A new committee under NITI Aayog to identify all the remaining
Denotified nomadic and semi-Nomadic tribes.
- New Welfare development Board under Ministry of Social Justice and
Empowerment for development and welfare of Denotified nomadic and semi
- Defence budget to cross Rs 3,00,000 crore for the first time ever.
- Capital support of Rs.64,587 crore proposed in 2019-20 from the
- Overall capital expenditure programme to be of Rs. 1,58,658 crore
- Operating Ratio expected to improve from 98.4 per cent in 2017-18,
to 96.2 percent in 2018-19 (RE) and
- to 95 percent in 2019- 20 (BE). Entertainment Industry
- Indian filmmakers to get access to Single window clearance as well
for ease of shooting films.
- Regulatory provisions to rely more on selfdeclaration.
- To introduce anti-camcording provisions in the Cinematograph Act
to control piracy. MSME and Traders
- 2 percent interest subvention on an incremental loan of Rs 1 crore
for GST registered SMEs.
- At least 3 percent of the 25 per cent sourcing for the Government
undertakings will be from women owned SMEs.
- Renewed Focus on Internal trade; DIPP renamed to Department for
Promotion of Industries and Internal trade.
- The Government to make 1 lakh villages into Digital Villages over
next five years.
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