The budget estimates includes a revenue expenditure of Rs 1,80,789 crore and a capital expenditure of Rs 44,396 crore. Continuing with the post bifurcation legacy, the government has proposed a revenue deficit of about Rs 18,434 crore, while the fiscal deficit has been pegged at Rs 48,298 crore. Allocations to sectors like agriculture and secondary education saw a substantial cut as compared to outlays of these sectors in the previous year.
In the health sector, the government announced that it would open 11000 new clinics in the state apart from strengthening the ambulance services in the state. The government has allocated Rs 2,075 crore for the development of industrial infrastructure.