LUCKNOW, 07 APRIL (H.C.). Uttar Pradesh Finance Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna told reporters in his office room here on Thursday that in the financial year 2021-22 till March, revenue of one lakh 47 thousand 843.10 crore was received in the heads of non-tax revenue items. This is 79.8 percent of the target of one lakh 85 thousand 235.00 crores. Whereas till March of the year 2020-21, revenue of one lakh 22 thousand 616.48 crores was received. In this way, in the financial year 2021-22, Rs 25 thousand 226.62 crore more revenue has been received as compared to the financial year 2020-21.
Finance Minister Khanna said that under GST, a total revenue of 54 thousand 594.13 crore was received in the financial year 2021-22. Whereas the receipt of the last financial year 2020-21 was Rs 44 thousand 944.44 crore. Under VAT, revenue of Rs 27 thousand 058.19 crore has been received till March 2022. Last year in March this receipt was Rs 22 thousand 112.95 crore. Till March this year, a total revenue of 36 thousand 321.13 crores has been received under the head of excise. At the same time, till March 2021, it was 30 thousand 060.34 crores. 20 thousand 45.68 crore is revenue receipt till March this year under stamp and registration. Whereas till March last year, there was a revenue receipt of Rs 16 thousand 471.83 crore. Seven thousand 159.38 crore rupees have come in the revenue of the government under transport till March this year. Talking about last year, there was a revenue receipt of Rs 5 thousand 905.95 crore in this item. Under the land element and mining till March, 2022 is two thousand 664.59 crores, whereas in the last session till March 2021, the revenue receipt was three thousand 120.97 crores.
Suresh Khanna said that the size of the original budget for the financial year 2021-2022 is five lakh 50 thousand 270.78 crore rupees. Two supplementary grants were taken during the financial year. The first supplement is seven thousand 301.52 crore rupees and the second supplement is eight thousand 479.53 crore rupees. On including these two supplementary demands, the size of the budget has increased to Rs.5 lakh 66 thousand 051.83 crore. He said that till March 31, a total expenditure of Rs.4 lakh 34 thousand 319.38 crore has been made. This is 77 percent of the entire financial budget. In the year 2020-2021, till March 31, 2021, 73 percent expenditure was incurred against the budget estimate (Rs five lakh 12 thousand 860.72 crore). In this way, in the financial year 2021-2022, Rs 58 thousand 862.92 crore (about 16 percent) more has been spent as compared to the financial year 2020-2021.