NEW DELHI: Proposing no new taxes in the Budget for Delhi, Indian Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday announced subsidy of Rs 0.80 to Rs 1.20 per unit to small power consumers as also a slew of measures like low floor buses, sanitation and multi-specialty hospital in Rohini area of the national capital.
Proposing the Budget for 2014-15, Jaitley said no new tax has been proposed in Delhi and added that more night shelters would be set up in the National Capital Territory area.
A multi-specialty hospital will come up in Rohini and 50 dialysis centers in the different parts of NCT. Also four new sewage treatment plants have been planned for Delhi.
The government has earmarked Rs 260 crore for power subsidy.
Following protest by Congress and opposition members over the Budget proposals, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said issues could be raised during the debate on it.
Jaitley later said he was only proposing the Budget, which would be passed after discussion.–PTI