Delhi Govt expects to collect Rs 15,582 crore as tax
New Delhi: The city Government estimates
to collect a total of Rs 15,582 crore from tax revenue in the
financial year 2010-11, which is an increase of nearly 18 per
cent over the current fiscal.
The government had estimated to collect Rs 13,174
crore from various taxes in the year 2009-10 and officials
said they are confident of meeting the target by end of the
Pegging the total budget estimate at Rs 26,000 crore,
Delhi Finance Minister A K Walia said Rs 11,200 crore has been
set aside for plan expenditure while the total non plan
expenditure has been proposed at Rs 14,660 crore.
The total plan allocation is 43 per cent of the total
outlay while the non plan expenditure would be 56 per cent.
An amount of Rs 140 crore has been allocated
separately for centrally sponsored scheme, which is one per
cent of the total outlay.
The proposed expenditure of the city government for
the next fiscal will be funded from own revenue receipt of Rs
19,631 crore, small savings loan of Rs 1,000 crore, Central
plan assistance of Rs 1,284 crore, share in central taxes of
Rs 325 crore and Rs 3,760 crore from other sources.
He said the gross state domestic product (GSDP) of
Delhi at current prices has increased from Rs 1,44,303 crore
in 2007-08 to Rs 1,65,948 crore in 2008-09, registering a
growth of 15 per cent.
About the fiscal deficit, he said it would be around
3,116 crore for 2010-11 as compared to Rs 3,561 in the current
"The fiscal deficit has been estimated at around 1.7
per cent for the year 2010-11," he told reporters later. The
city government`s fiscal deficit was Rs 2,824 crore in
Walia said despite the economic slowdown, the per
capita income of Delhiites has increased to Rs 88,421 from Rs
78,790 in 2007-08.
Talking about tax revenue, he said government expects
to collect Rs 1,060 crore from stamps and registration fees,
Rs 12,000 crore from VAT, Rs 1680 crore from excise tax, Rs
500 crore from taxes on motor vehicles and Rs 342 crore from
luxury tax, entertainment tax and betting tax.
The transport sector received the highest allocation
of Rs 4,224 crore followed by an allocation of Rs 1,500 crore
for water supply and sanitation.
The Health department has been given a total
allocation of Rs 1,243 crore while Education department will
get Rs 1,122 crore. An amount of Rs 1,417 crore has been set
aside for Urban development department.
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