Delhi Finance Minister
Dr. A K Walia speaks
to the media after presenting
the budget at Delhi
Assembly on June 22, 2009.

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Delhi Budget 2010 is being announced right now in Parliament of India. Finance Minister A.K. walia is presenting the budget

. Some of the updates of this budget are GSDP is 10 % according to Walia. Delhi Budget estimate is Rs 26,000 Crore in 2010-11. More DTC buses will be added and for this Rs 675 crore allocated. Special DTC buses will be started that will be non stop for 50 routes.

DTC buses will also have GPS from now onwards. New Foot Over Bridges will be constructed in Delhi before December 2010. The numbers of these new bridges is 26. Rs. 83 crore will be provided for street lights to Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

For health Rs 1240 Crore allotted in Delhi Budget 2010.

In the Delhi Budget 2010, it is also expected by the state government that it can withdraw the cylinder subsidy on LPG upto Rs.40 that is costing the exchequer of Rs.168 crore. The Delhi Government may also remove some subsidy to Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) & Delhi Jal Board (DJB). By both these agencies near about Rs.1500 crore will come to Delhi Government.

Education, health, basic amenities in the unauthorised colonies, sports, financial relief to the old people and widows are likely to get more funds in the 2008-09 budget. The Planning Commission has granted Rs.100 billion ($2.5 billion) as the annual plan for Delhi in the coming fiscal.

Sources said the capital’s all-round rosy picture depicted in the latest Economic Survey of the state would be reflected in the new budgetary allocations as well. The survey pegs the city residents’ per capita income at Rs.66,728 against the national figure of Rs.29,642 per annum.