Rupee missing / Rupani government borrows Rs 75,971 crore from market for development in Gujarat: interest is that percentage, big disclosure
Gujarāta sarakārē chēllā 2 varṣamāṁ bajāra lōna līdhī hōvānī kabūlāta karī chē. Vidhānasabhā gr̥hamāṁ sarakārē chēllā 2 varṣamāṁ kula 75 hajāra 971 karōḍanī lōna līdhī hōvānuṁ jaṇāvyuṁ chē. Sarakārē varṣa 2019nī lōna 7.7 Ṭakāthī 8.79 Ṭakānā vyāja darē līdhī hatī. Jyārē kē varṣa 2020māṁ 6.74 Ṭakāthī 9.22 Ṭakānā vyāja darē lōna līdhī hatī.
Confession that the government has taken market loans in the last 2 years
Took a loan of Rs 75971 crore in two years
Loans for the year 2019 at an interest rate of 7.77% to 8.79%
In the year 2020, they took loans at an interest rate of 6.74 to 9.22 percent
Nitin Patel’s response to the budget
This budget will be a budget that fulfills the hopes and expectations of all Gujaratis, said Nitin Patel. Nitin Patel said in the post-budget press conference that the Gujarat government has taken care of the poor, deprived and tribal community in the budget. Due to various schemes of the government, the tribals will get employment as well as education. Apart from this, there is also a focus on providing good health services to every citizen of Gujarat.