280 committees of the block congress in Delhi dissolved

New Delhi: Sheila Dikshit, head of Delhi’s Congress, dissolved all 280 block congressional committees in Delhi “with immediate effect” on Friday.
This is a reorientation of congress following the party debacle in the recent Lok Sabha elections.
Party President Rahul Gandhi is a “free hand” after a humiliating defeat to elect new team.
The big old party is limited to 52 seats in the 543-seater lower house of parliament. The rival Bharatiya Janata Party, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, secured a mandate and won 303 seats.
The biggest blow to the congress came from Amethi, where Rahul Gandhi lost to BJP’s Smriti Irani. The Gandhi scion got a facial rescuer in Wayanad, Kerala.
Rae Bareli, who re-elected UPA chairman Sonia Gandhi as her deputy.
The BJP won 62 seats in Uttar Pradesh, while the SP-BSP alliance secured only 15 seats.
The total revenue for the period 2019-20 includes 33,000 rupees in taxes, 12,500 rupees in taxes, 39,207 rupees in taxes and 30,559 rupees in taxes as grants from the center.
The Minister of Finance said that 19,442 rupees were allocated to the education and skills sectors, while 2,550 rupees were earmarked for Samagra Sikhya Abhiyan and 844 rupees for the lunch menu system.
While Biju Swazthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY) has been allocated Rs 1,203 crore for the 2019-2020 period, the National Health Mission received Rs 1,365 crore and the Mukhya Mantri Swasthya Seva Rs 578 crore.
For rural water supply, a higher cost of Rs.2,440 crore was proposed, and Rp385 crore will be spent on urban water supply.
The budget provided Rs 2500 crore for the rural component and Rs 300 crore for the urban component of the Swachh Bharat Mission.
For the convergence of PMAY Gramin and Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana, the budget proposed 4820 billion rupees. Similarly, $ 3457 billion was allocated to various programs and programs for the development of women and children.
The budget envisaged a 500 rupees crore corpus fund to facilitate the timely payment of wages under MGNREGA until central support for the pay component has been received.
A budget of 27,760 rupees has been earmarked for the development of SCs, STs, other backward castes and minorities. While Madhubabu Pension Yojana received rupees for 2019-2020, the National Social Assistance Program (NSAP) provided 838 rupees.
The government proposed allocating 1028 rupees to the national food security system, which will provide 5 kg of rice per month per beneficiary at the rate of 1 rupee per kg.
In addition, an interest-free crop loan of up to Rs. 1,000 and Rs. 800,000 was provided for interest subsidies / crop loan subsidies for the period 2019-20.

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