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Mizoram House passes demand for grants

By The Assam Tribune
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AIZAWL, April 1 � Mizoram Assembly yesterday approved the second supplementary demands for grants for the current fiscal amounting to Rs 817.11 crore and vote-on-account for the first four months of the next fiscal amounting to Rs 1,354.27 crore.

Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla, who also holds the Finance portfolio, presented the second supplementary demand and the vote-on-account yesterday along with the interim Budget amounting to Rs 3,911.08 crore.

Lal Thanhawla, while presenting the interim Budget, said that late fixation of the State annual plan outlay by the Planning Commission did not allow him to present a regular Budget during the current Budget session.

In his Budget speech, he made several proposals of upward revision of the rates of taxes and non-tax revenues.

The current budget session, which commenced on March 22 was adjourned sine die by Speaker R Romawia this afternoon. � PTI

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Mizoram House passes demand for grants

AIZAWL, April 1 � Mizoram Assembly yesterday approved the second supplementary demands for grants for the current fiscal amounting to Rs 817.11 crore and vote-on-account for the first four months of the next fiscal amounting to Rs 1,354.27 crore.

Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla, who also holds the Finance portfolio, presented the second supplementary demand and the vote-on-account yesterday along with the interim Budget amounting to Rs 3,911.08 crore.

Lal Thanhawla, while presenting the interim Budget, said that late fixation of the State annual plan outlay by the Planning Commission did not allow him to present a regular Budget during the current Budget session.

In his Budget speech, he made several proposals of upward revision of the rates of taxes and non-tax revenues.

The current budget session, which commenced on March 22 was adjourned sine die by Speaker R Romawia this afternoon. � PTI

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