Presenting the Budget 2024–25, the Arvind Kejriwal–led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government today declared Mukhya Mantri Mahila Samman Yojaya. Every woman in Delhi who is eighteen years of age or older will receive Rs. 1000 a month under this initiative.

For the welfare and empowerment of women starting in 2024–2025, the Delhi government has allocated Rs. 2000 crore for the “Mukhyamantri Mahila Samman Yojana.”

“The Kejriwal government will give monthly Rs 1,000 to every woman aged 18 and above under Mukhya Mantri Mahila Samman Yojna,” stated Delhi Finance Minister Atishi in announcing the decision.

Atishi presented the state assembly on Monday with the budget for the fiscal year 2024–25, which has an expenditure of Rs 76,000 crore. According to her, the administration is working to implement Ram Rajya’s dream. In the FY25 budget, the Delhi government has set aside Rs 8,685 crore for the health sector.

She suggested allocating Rs 16,396 crore for the education sector in her first budget address.

“The Kejriwal administration is proud to be delivering its tenth budget at this time. Presenting the tenth budget, but also a vision of a transformed Delhi, is what I am doing. In Kejriwal there was a glimmer of optimism. Ram Rajya is an inspiration to all of us. We are putting a lot of effort into bringing Ram Rajya’s ideal to reality,” Atishi stated in the state parliament.

“The GSDP of Delhi was ₹4.95 lakh crores in 2014, and in the last ten years, the GSDP of Delhi has increased two and a half times to ₹11.08 lakh crores,” stated Atishi, the Finance Minister of Delhi. Delhi’s per capita income was ₹2.47 lakhs in 2014; it has since increased to ₹4.62 lakhs, or 2.5 times the national average for that year.I will be presenting a ₹76,000 crore budget today.”

The Delhi Assembly’s Budget Session began on February 15 and has been prolonged to March 8. The scheduled conclusion date was February 21.