In her speech, the minister said the government would support the creation of 4,000 MWh storage batteries.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitarama today presented the 2023 Budget to Parliament. In her speech, the minister said the government would support the creation of 4,000 MWh storage batteries.
The Government has also announced an annual allocation of 10,000 Crores for urban infrastructure development funds.
This is the last full budget of the government. In his speech on the Union Budget, the Treasury Secretary announced seven budget priorities.
These seven priorities are inclusive development, reaching the end, infrastructure and investment, unlocking potential, green growth, youth power, and the financial sector.
Some of the key highlights announced today are that an agricultural accelerator fund will be established to support agricultural startups in the country and the government has announced an increase in the credit target agriculture to Rs 20 lakh crores.
The Prime Minister also announced that Prime Minister Vishwa Karma Kaushal Samman will have a program to support artisans and traditional artisans. The government has said that they will improve the quality, scale, and scale of their products, which will bring these entrepreneurs to integrate into the MSME value chain.