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Compared to the last financial year, the total revenue collection of the Odisha has increased by 15.55 percent

Bhubaneswar: 26/9/22 Compared to the last financial year, the total revenue collection of the state has not increased by 15.55 percent as of the end of August this year. Last year the total revenue collection was Rs 31,548.49 crore, while this year it has reached Rs 36,455 crore. This is known from the discussion of the secretarial meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Shri Suresh Chandra Mohapatra. The review revealed that the state’s tax revenue at the end of August last year was 14,731 crores, while this year it has increased to 17,722.22 crores at the end of August, which is about 20.30 percent more than the previous year. Similarly, the non-tax revenue was 16.817 crores at the end of August 2021, while it reached 18,732.67 crores at the end of 2022 August. In this area too, there has been an increase of about 11.39 percent. Thus, the total tax and non-tax revenue have increased by an average of 15.55 percent overall.
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The budget investment review revealed that Rs 18,821 crore was invested in various plans and projects by the end of August 2021, while this year this investment has reached Rs 20,211 crore. The Chief Secretary directed the departments to ensure 100% investment of allocated funds in projects like infrastructure development, agriculture, drinking water supply, irrigation, farmers’ income, and women empowerment within the stipulated time

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