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February 1, 2021

Top 100 Highlights of Historic Budget 2021 by FM

by facelesscompliance in Budget

Top 100 Highlights of Historic Budget 2021 by FM

Budget team of CBIC with Hon’ble Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman along with MoS Finance Sh. Anurag Thakur on the eve of Budget. Also, present are Finance Secretary, Dr. Ajay Bhushan Pandey, Chairman CBIC, Sh. M Ajit Kumar & Member CBIC Sh. Vivek Johri

FM started speech with all the measures taken during Covid 19 and 3 mini budget already introduce during the year

The preparation of this Budget was undertaken in circumstances like never before, in view of calamities that have affected a country or a region within a country. But what we have endured with COVID-19 to 2020 is Sui generis

Within 48 hrs of lockdown PM announced Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana valued at Rs 2.76 lakh crore. Free food grain to 800 million people, free cooking gas for 80 million families

Today India has two vaccines available; is safeguarding not only her own citizens but also over a 100 more countries. We are ever grateful to our scientists says FM

Union Budget 2021-22 was prepared under very difficult and unprecedented circumstances

Top 100 Highlights of Historic Budget 2021 by FM

Top 100 Highlights of Historic Budget 2021 by FM

  1. No tax returns for Senior Citizens, age 75 years and above who have pension and interest income
  2. No GST Audit Required by CA / CMA
  3. Income Tax returns will have prefilled data from capital gains etc. To ease compliance for taxpayers, details of salary income, tax payment and TDS are prefilled currently
  4. Faceless Income tax Appellate Tribunals National faceless ITAT centre to be set up
  5. Reduce time limit for reopening of tax assessments to 3 years. Reduction in Time for Income Tax Proceedings – Presently an assessment can be opened in 6 years, and in serious tax fraud cases for up to 10 years. FM proposes to revise this limit for reopening of assessments to 3 years from the present 6 years
  6. Tax Audit threshold of turnover further increased for digital transactions to 10 crores
  7. Dispute Resolution Panel for small taxpayers
  8. Advance tax on dividend to accrue only after it is declared.
  9. Affordable housing is a priority area Rs1.5 lakh for loans to purchase affordable house is now extended by one more year
  10. To further extend efforts towards unorganised labour force, I propose to launch a portal to collect relevant information on workers, building/construction workers among others
  11. To enable deduction of tax on dividend income at lower treaty rates for FPIs
  12. India FY21 budget deficit is said to be 9.5% of GDP. FY’21 fiscal deficit (Revised Estimate) pegged at 9.5% of GDP; fiscal deficit seen at 6.8% for FY22
  13. India is said to estimate FY22 expenditure at about Rs 35 lakh crore.
  14. 11,000 kms of national Highway to be Completed
  15. Divestment target for FY22 at Rs 1.75 lakh cr. Asking Niti Aayog to work on the next list of PSU cos that could be taken up for divestment. Other than IDBI Bank, two other PSBs and one general insurance company to be divested in FY22
  16. Introduce Investor Charter as a right of all investors across financial instruments.
  17. 100% Electrification of Rail Routes by DEC 2023.
  18. Decriminalisation under LLP Act Small Company definition changed, One Person Company revamped will be Big Boost to Startups
  19. NRIs to be allowed to set up One Person Companies
  20. The total estimate of all relief measures announced by govt & RBI so far is Rs 27.1 lakh cr (13% of GDP) in Covd19
  21. Forthcoming census will be a digital census, allocating Rs 3768 crores for the exercise
  22. The National Statistical Office has projected a 7.7% contraction in GDP in 2020-21.
  23. Through the past year, the Finance Minister announced a Rs 30-lakh-crore plan, in ‘mini-budgets’ to beat Covid
  24. Aim to double farmers income. The total financial impact of all AatmaNirbhar packages including measures taken by RBI was estimated to be about Rs 27.1 lakh crores
  25. A portion of the agricultural fund will be allocated to APMC for furthering their infrastructure
  26. New scheme called PM Aatmanirbhar Swastha Bharat to be launched, outlay of `64,180cr over 6 yrs
  27. Announcing a voluntary scrapping policy to phase out polluting vehicles. Vehicles to undergo fitness tests after 20 years for personal vehicles and 15 years for CVs
  28. Jal Jeevan Mission Urban to be launched at outlay of Rs 2.87 lakh crore.
  29. 17,000 rural and 11,000 urban health and wellness centres to be set up.
  30. India has two COVID-19 vaccines available and we expect two more vaccines soon
  31. A vision for Atmanirbhar Bharat in part of Sitharaman’s first part.
  32. FY22 budget proposals based on six pillars namely Health & Well-being, Inclusive Development Human Capital, Innovation and R&D, Physical & Financial capital and infrastructure, Minimum government, maximum governance
  33. FY22 outlay (budget estimate) for health & well-being up 138%, is Rs 2,23,846 cr.
  34. Scheme of mega invt textile park will be launched in addition to PLI scheme, 7 textiles parks to be unveiled over 3 years. Rs5 lakh cr will be lent by DFI in 3 years time
  35. Professionally managed development financial institution (DFI) will be introduced with an allocation of 20,000cr
  36. Asset monetisation dashboard will be created to provide clarity to investor Monetization of gas pipeline of GAIL, HPCL planned
  37. A scheme of Mega Investments Textile Park will be launched in addition to PLI Scheme which will create world class infrastructure with plug & play facilities to enable global champions in exports
  38. To tackle the problem of air pollution, propose, Rs 2200 crore for 42 urban centres; also announcing a vehicle scrapping policy towards reducing vehicular pollution
  39. Rs. 2.86 Cr. Household tap connection to be established.
  40. For 2021-22; capital expenditure seen at Rs 5.54 lakh cr, +34.5% increase YOY
  41. 3500 km of national highway work being planned in Tamil Nadu at an investment of Rs 1.3 lakh cr
  1. FY21 capital expenditure seen at Rs 4.39 lakh crore
  2. Rs 44,000 crore under capital expenditure to be given to Department of Economic Affairs in FY22
  3. Over and above this, Rs 2 lakh crore will be provided to states and autonomous bodies to nudge their expenditure.
  4. Rs 1.03 lakh for highway project for Tamil Nadu
  5. FY 22 allocation for Railways at Rs 1,10,055cr
  6. Highway works proposed: 3500kms corridor in TN 1,100km in Kerala at investment of Rs 65,000 cr 675km in West Bengal at cost of Rs 95,000 cr 1300 kms in Assam in coming 3 years
  7. Over 13,000 km length of roads at a cost of Rs 3.3 lakh cr has already been awarded under Rs 5.35 lakh cr Bharatmala project of which 3,800 kms have been constructed
  8. Main interventions under PM Aatmanirbhar Swasth BharatYojana include Support for Health and Wellness Centres, Setting up Integrated Public Health labs in all districts, Critical care hospital blocks, Strengthening of NCDC
  9. National Monetisation Pipeline of potential brownfield infra projects to be launched. Details a few road and power assets to be transferred to NHAI, PGCIL InvITs.
  10. Scheme to assist Discoms will be launched with an outlay of over Rs 3 lakh cr
  11. Railway to monetise dedicated freight corridors,
  12. Four Acts converged into Securities Market Code, Investor Charter Introduced to Protect Investors, Insurance Act Amended to introduce FDI and AMC to be set up to take over stressed debts of Banks
  13. Propose to amend the Insurance Act, propose to hike FDI limit to 74 percent from 49 percent. Also to allow foreign ownership & control with safeguards
  14. Proposes to consolidate provisions of SEBI Act, Depositories Act, Securities Contracts Regulation Act, Government Securities Act
  15. Decriminalisation under LLP Act Small Company definition changed, One Person Company revamped will be Big Boost to Startups
  16. Proposes to change the definition of a small company under the Companies Act 2013 by increasing their threshold for paid-up capital, from not exceeding Rs 50 lakhs, to not exceeding Rs 2 crores  and Turnover from not exceeding Rs 2 crores to not exceeding 20 crores
  17. Scheme for promoting flagging of merchant ships in India will be launched by providing subsidy support
  18. Privatisation of one General Insurance PSU and IPO of LIC proposed
  19. PM Swastha Bharat Yojana with an outlay of over Rs64000 cr
  20. Govt to announce a policy for the privatisation of state-run cos & to create new list of companies for Divestment
  21. Ujjwala Scheme to Cover 1 Crore more Beneficiaries
  22. 100 more Dist. to be added under city Gas Expansion
  23. In case of wheat, the amount paid to farmers in 2019-2020 was ₹62,802 crore and in 2020-2021 it was further increased to ₹75,060 crore
  24. To provide Rs 20,000 crore in FY22 for recapitalisation of public sector banks.
  25. 1.54 crore farmers benefited from MSP in paddy and what in FY21 vs 1.24 crore YoY
  26. Asset reconstruction and management company to be set up for stressed assets of banks:
  27. Ujjwala scheme will be expanded to over 1 crore more beneficiaries. We will add 100 more districts in the next three years to the city gas distribution network. A gas pipeline project will be taken up in Jammu and Kashmir
  28. The MSP regime has undergone a change to assure price that is at least 1.5 times the cost of production across all commodities:
  29. National Infrastructure Pipeline was launched with 6835 projects
  30. Propose PSU Bank RECAP worth Rs. 20,000 Cr. FY 22.
  31. Government sets agriculture credit target of Rs 16.5 lakh crore for FY22.
  32. One-nation, one-ration plan under implementation by 32 states and union territories
  1. Five major fishing harbours to be developed as hubs for economic activity
  2. Micro irrigation corpus doubled to Rs 10,000 cr. Agriculture infra fund will be made available to APMCs
  3. 100 new sainik schools will be set up in partnership with NGOs. There are other ‘umbrella’ structures to be created for higher education
  4. For further setting up of Higher Education in Ladakh under NEP 2020, I propose to set up a central university in place
  5. Provided Rs. 15,700 crore to MSME sector. MSME allocation to be doubled. Government to set aside Rs 15,700 crore in FY22. Government also proposes to reduce margin money requirement from 25% to 15% for startups.
  6. Propose Rs 40000 Crore outlay for FY22 Rural Infra Fund
  7. After achieving target of 8 crore LPG connections, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana to cover another additional 1 crore beneficiaries.
  8. Green scheme to be expanded to 22 perishable vegetable products
  9. More than 15,000 schools in the country will be qualitatively strengthened to include all components of the National Education Policy:
  10. On the recommendations of the 15th Finance Commission, a detailed exercise has been undertaken to rationalize and bring down the number of Centrally Sponsored Schemes. This will enable consolidation of outlays, for better impact
  11. Enhanced outlay of ₹ 1,18,101 crore for Roads
  12. 1,000 more mandis will be integrated with electronic national market
  13. A scheme for tea farmers will be introduced for the welfare of women and Children in Assam
  14. Proposing substantial investments in the development of modern fishing harbours & fish landing centres. 5 major fishing harbours – Kochi, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Paradip and Petuaghat will be developed as hubs for economic activities:
  15. Record sum of ₹ 1,10,055 crore to be provided for Indian Railways, out of which ₹ 1,07,100 is for capital expenditure only
  16. New scheme at a cost of ₹ 18,000 crore for augmentation of public bus transport services
  17. Will facilitate deployment of innovative PPP models enabling private players to finance, acquire, operate and maintain over 20,000 buses
  18. Y’22 Gross borrowing target at Rs 12 lakh crore;  Need another Rs 80,000cr in next 2 months, will approach market to raise it
  19. Govt proposes portal to collect info on gig-workers, building and construction workers, among others
  20. Govt proposes to amend apprenticeship law to enhance opportunities for youth
  21. Contingency Fund of India corpus to be raised to Rs 30,000 crore.
  22. Normal ceiling for net borrowing for states at 4% of GSDP as per Finance Commission recommendations
  23. Rs 1,500 cr earmarked for scheme to incentivise digital payments:
  24. FM says government committed to bringing down fiscal deficit below 4.5 pc of GDP by 2025-26
  25. Big boost for startups. Incorporation of one person companies to incentivize innovation in startups. Reducing residency limit for Indian citizen to set up 1 person company from 182 to 120 days
  26. Govt proposes national language translation initiative
  27. States to get 41 pc share of taxes as per 15th Finance Commission recommendation; govt has accepted the recommendation
  28.  proposes to review 400 old exemptions in Customs duties in FY22

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