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Take full precautions but also keep in mind that the economy should not be adversely affected

Take full precautions but also keep in mind that the economy should not be adversely affected

Take full care, but also keep in mind that the economy should not be adversely affected and the reduction in excise income and increase in mineral income is estimated
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan took a meeting regarding revenue collection Bhopal: Monday, November 23, 2020, 20:53 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that all precautions should be taken in the state in respect of Corona but at the same time Care should also be taken that the economy is not adversely affected. We have to stop the corona transition as well as give impetus to the economy. Instead of imposing restrictions on corona control, the public should be motivated for self-governance. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was holding a revenue collection meeting in the state today. Commercial tax minister Mr. Jagdish Deora, Mineral Resources Minister Mr. Brijendra Pratap Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Iqbal Singh Bains, Principal Secretary Mr. Manoj Govil, Principal Secretary Mrs. Deepali Rastogi, etc. were present in the meeting during the review of department-wise revenue collection. Compared to the previous year, where excise income is expected to decrease this year, there is an increase in mineral income. The department has received latest estimate of 9 thousand 300 crore in excise income. The budget estimate for mineral income is 4 thousand 982 crore against the latest estimate of 5 thousand crore. Against the 2 thousand 500 crore budget estimate in the transport income, only the estimated estimate of 2 thousand 500 crore. Similarly, increase in stamp and registration is anticipated. Under this, the budget estimate is 5 thousand 600 crore against the estimated 5 thousand crore. In the month of September, commercial tax in the state registered an increase of 10 percent over the previous year. It has an updated estimate of Rs 17 thousand 763 crore this year. The increase in VAT is also estimated this year as compared to the previous year. Against the budget estimate of 11 thousand 715 crores in VAT this year, an updated estimate of 13 thousand 9 crores. According to the review of revenue income up to 31 October this year, compared to last year, as on 31 October 2020 It was said that till this period, 18 thousand 775 crore has been collected in the state, which is 1.50 percent less than the previous year. Similarly, 2 thousand 948 crore has been collected in stamps and registration, which is 9.72 percent less than the previous year. 4 thousand 649 crore crore was collected in excise, which is 24.87 percent less than the previous year. The revenue collection for the remaining time of the year is estimated to increase compared to the previous year in all the items except excise.

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