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#Budget2014: Delhi Police get Rs 400 crore hike

Thursday, 10 July 2014 - 7:30pm IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI

Delhi Police will get Rs 4653.19 crore for fiscal 2014-15 rpt fiscal 2014-15 under the union budget, an increase of nearly Rs 400 crore from the last budget, aimed at sprucing up training of its personnel and traffic infrastructure.

The highlights include an increase of Rs seven crore for the installation of traffic signals in the national capital this fiscal.

Rupees 11.50 crore have been allocated for this purpose in the budget for 2014-15 as against Rs 3.46 crore earmarked in the last budget

Rupees 11.37 crore have been allotted for 'Developing Traffic and Communication Network in NCR Mega Cities and Model Traffic System' in the current budget. In 2013-14, Rs 7.51 crore was earmarked for the same purpose.

In the budget presented in Parliament today by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, the city police was allocated a total of Rs 67.90 crore in plan head while Rs 4585.29 crore was earmarked for non-plan expenditure.
The total allocation of Rs 4653.19 crore in this budget is Rs 393.99 crore higher than the previous allocation of Rs 4259.20 in 2013-14.

For upgrading training facilities, Rs four crore have been allocated while Rs 44 lakh has been allocated for induction of latest technology. 

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