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  • Launching of website of CA Cell - BJP Gujarat
    by Shri Narendra Modi.
  • Dollar touch 65.56. Continuous decrease in
    rupee value adversely affects economy.
  • Shri Narendra Modi gave a great speech at chattisgadh and targeted total failure of central government and he got overwhelming response from public.
  • Shri Narendra Modi is unanimously selected as Prime Ministerial candidate by NDA.
  • Narmada Dam height to be increased by 17meters.

  • An assessee required to furnish a report of audit specified under section 10AA, section 44DA, section 50B or section 115VW of the Act, shall furnish the said report of audit  and the return of Income electronically for AY 2014-15 and onwards [Refer Notification No: 28/2014 dated 30/05/2014].

  • Highlights of Gujarat State Budget for Year 2014-15

    Overall surplus estimates of Rs 454 crores for 2014-15.
  • Rs 1,33,465 crores State Budget has highest ever made provisions for Social Sector mainly focusing on education, employment and health care.
  • There is 22% increase in developmental expenditure and planned expenditure for the year to Rs. 93,648 crores & Rs. 71,330 crores respectively.
  • State Budget has made provisions for Rs. 5067 crores for Energy Sector.
  • Government has made provision for construction of Narmada Canal in Saurashtra Region at cost of Rs. 1406 crores, Rs. 1422 crores for North Gujarat, Rs. 1138 crores for Kutch Region during 2014-15.
  • State Public Debt is expected to reduce from 22.73% GSDP (Gross State Domestic Product) in 2009-10 to 19.3% estimated for 2014-15. This has also helped the state to reduce its interest payments from as high as 27% in 2004 to 14.10% in 2013-14 and it is estimated 13% for 2014-15.
  • A special package of Rs 100 crores for small and micro industries that will generate large scale employment in the state.
  • In order to make local industries nationally competitive, the government has proposed to reduce the tax credit on purchase of goods made from within state and used in interstate by half from 2% to 1%.
  • Estimated Revenue of Rs 14 crores from Development Agreement & Rs 20 crores from Partnership Deeds.
  • The state government has announced schemes to promote animal husbandry by women by introducing a scheme among others, for providing financial support for women breeders of Milk Co-operatives. This will be in the form of interest subvention on bank loans, financial support to purchase milking machines and equipments.
  • Key highlights of Union Budget 2014-15

    • Personal tax exemption limit raised to Rs 2.5 lakh from current Rs 2 lakh for taxpayers below 60 years.
    • Senior citizens' tax exemption limit hiked from Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 3 lakh.
    • No change in surcharge for corporates, individuals.
    • Education Cess to stay at current 3%.
    • Investment limit under Section 80C hiked to Rs 1.5 lakh from current Rs 1 lakh.
    • PPF ceiling upped from Rs 1 lakh to be Rs 1.5 lakh.

    •  Exemption on housing loans interest on self-occupied property increased from Rs 1.5 lakh to 2 lakh. 
    • All retro taxes to be scrutinized by a high-level committee.
    • GST will streamline tax administration and result in higher tax collection for Centre and states.
  • Other highlights:

    • The people of India have decisively voted for change.
    • India unhesitatingly desires to grow.
    • We look forward to lower levels of inflation.
    • The country is no mood to suffer from unemployment, lack of infrastructure and apathetic governance.
    • The continuing slowdown in emerging economies has posed threat to global economic recovery.
    • Slow decision-making has led to slow growth.
    • Steps announced in the budget are aimed for sustained growth of 7-8% within the next three-four years.
    • Will lay down broad policy indicators in the budget.
    • We cannot spend beyond our means, we needs to follow fiscal prudence.
    • We cannot leave a legacy of debt for our future generations.
    • Considering we have 2 years of GDP growth and static industrial sector, the target of 4.1% fiscal deficit is daunting.
    • Aim to make food and fuel subsidy more targeted so that it helps those who need them.
    • Urgent need to generate more resources for the economy.
    • This govt will not bring any change in tax rates retrospectively.
    • To encourage development of smart cities; FDI cap on minimum built up area reduced.
    • Policy of NDA govt is to promote FDI in select sectors.
    • FDI in defence sector to go up to 49%.
    •  Greater autonomy to banks.
    • PSU 247,944 cr capex to create industrial cycle.
    • Smart cities: PM has vision of developing 100 new cities.
    • Rs 7,060 cr fund for smart cities.
    • Tourism: e-visas to be introduced at nine airports in the country in a phased manner.
    • Real estate investment trusts – modified REITS is being announced for infrastructure projects to reduce pressure on banking system.
    •  Kisan Vikas Patra to be pushed further.
    • New scheme for skill development called Skill India to be launched.
    • Sanitation in every household by 2019.
    • Shyama Prassad Mukherjee Rozgar mission to be launched.
    • New scheme for agricultural irrigation.
    • Rs 500 cr for rural electrification.
    • Rs 200 cr for Sardar Vallabhbhai statue in Gujarat.
    • Rs 50000 cr for SC/ST schemes.
    • Social security: minimum pension of Rs 1000 per month for all subscribers of EPFO scheme.
    • National level institute for mental health to be set up.
    • Currency notes with braille like signs to help the blind.
    • Rs 150 cr on new scheme to improve safety of women in big cities.
    • Beti bacahao, beti padahao' scheme to be launched – Rs 100 cr allocation.
    • Gender main-streaming: School curriculum to have a chapter on the issue.
    • MNREGA will be made more productive; it will be linked to agriculture related activities .
    • Women SHGs bank loan scheme to be extended to other districts .
    • Rural housing scheme: allocation increased to Rs 8000 cr.
    • Watershed programme: New prog with outlay of Rs 2000 cr.
    • Backward region grant fund for 272 backward districts - BRGF will be restructured.
    • Rs 3600 cr for national rural drinking water programme.
    • Health for all: free drug and free diagnostic services.
    • Four more AIIMS to be set up in AP, WB, Vidharbha and Purvanchal – Rs 500 cr allocation.
    • 12 more govt medical colleges to be added.
    • Aim to create an AIIMS in every state.
    •  Govt to provide toilet and drinking water in all girl schools.
    • New teachers training scheme is being launched: Rs 500 cr allocated.
    • Rs 100 cr for virtual classrooms.
    • National Centre of Humanities would be set up in MP.
    • Five more IITs and five more IIMs to be set up.
    • Pan-India programme called Digital India would be launched – it will provide broadband connectivity to villages.
    • 5 new IITs in Jammu, Chhattisgarh, Goa, AP & Kerala.
    • 5 new IIMs in HP, Punjab, Bihar, Odisha & Maharashtra.
    • Program for upgradation of skills and ancient arts for the minorities.
    • Two more research institutes on farming to be set up in Assam and Jharkhand.
    • New agri univ in AP, Rajasthan.
    • Horticulture univ in Telangana and Haryana.
    • National rural and tech mission is proposed – Rs 500 cr allocated.
    • New plan to promote community radio – Rs 100 cr allocated.
    • Urban renewal to get Rs 50000 cr .
    • Urban metro: govt will encourage metro system in PPP mode.
    • Rs 100 cr for Lucknow and Ahmedabad metro projects.
    • New mission for low cost affordable housing for urban poor – Rs 4000 cr allocated.
    • Easier flow of FDI is also being encouraged in this sector.
    • Rs 100 cr for modernisation of madrasas.
    • Slum development to be included in Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
    • Urban renewal will address drinking water, use of recycled water,solid waste management, digital connectivity; 500 habitats supported.
    • 15 Model Rural Health Research centers to be set up for rural health issues.
    • Anti-poverty programmes will be targeted well.
    • New scheme to provide soil health card to each farmer- Rs 100 cr allocated.
    • Climate change is a reality which we have to face – national adaptation fund for climate change to be set up - Rs 100 allocated.
    • Finance to 5 lakh joint farming groups through NABARD.
    • Price stabilisation fund to be set up - Rs 500 cr allocated.
    • State govts to be encouraged to set up farmers' markets in cities and town.
    • Rs 8 lakh crore target for agriculture credit.
    • 3% tax subvention for farmers who pay up on time.
    • RIDF target raised to 30000 cr.
    • Warehousing: Rs 5000 cr allocated.
    • Set up long term rural credit fund to be started by NABARD.
    • Rs 5000 cr for STRC fund.
    • To set up 100 mobile soil testing labs across country.
    • See FY'14 growth at 4%.
    • Committed to restructuring FCI.
    • Kisan Television will be launched this year – this will provide real time info to farmers on farming techniques – Rs 100 cr allocated.
    • All the govt departments and ministries will be integrated through e-platform by 31 Dec this year.
    • Export proportion mission to be set up.
    • Committed to revive SEZs.
    • Effective steps to revilatise SEZs.
    • SMEs form the backbone of economy.
    • Most SMEs are owned and run by SC/STs and OBCs.
    • Committee to be set up to look at financing this sector.
    • National Industrial Corridor with headquarters in Pune will be set up. Rs 100 crores alloted.
    • Apprentice Act to be suitably amended to strengthen the Apprentice Training Scheme.
    • 6 more textile clusters to be set up at Bareily, Lucknow, Kutch, Mysore, Bhagalpur and TN Hastkala academy to be set up in Delhi.
    • Pashmina production prog in J&K.
    • To set up 7 new Industrial Smart Cities.
    • Manufacturing units will be allowed to sell products through retail, e-commerce.
    • Trade facilitation centre to promote handloom work in Varanasi.
    • Ganga inland navigation – jal marg from Allahabad to Haldia at the cost of Rs 4200 cr.
    • New scheme to develop new airports in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.
    • Road sector needs huge investment.
    • NHAI and state highways get 37,000 cr which includes Rs 3000 cr for Northeast New expressways to be developed in parallel to the development on industrial corridors.
    • Rs 100 cr for new coal based power generation technology.
    • Big solar projects in Rajasthan, TN and Ladakh – Rs 400 cr allocated.
    • Current impasse in mining sector will be resolved expeditiously.
    • Royalty on mining will be reviewed as suggested by many state governments.
    • Capital markets: Need to strengthen regulatory framework.
    • Essential to have modern monetary policy framework, Govt to work with RBI on thisLiberalise AGR-GDR scheme part.
    • Indian capital market to be energized by introduction of single KYC scheme.
    • Urgent need to converge Indian accounting standards with international ones.
    • Adherence to Indian accounting standards to be made mandatory by 2017.
    • Two bank accounts in each household for marginal sections.
    • Banks to be encouraged to give long term loans to industrial sector.
    • NPA is a cause of worry.
    • 6 new debt recovery tribunals to be set up .
    • Insurance penetration is still very low.
    • Pending Insurance Amendment Bill to be taken up in Parliament.
    • Benefits of insurance have not reached larger section of people, will address in multi-pronged manner with stakeholders.
    • Provide all households with banking facilities to empower the weaker sections Committee will be set up to examine how unused money in postal schemes can be utilised.
    • Govt committed to providing 24x7 power supply to all homes.
    • Chit Fund and Money Circulation Act will be overhauled.
    • Small savings scheme to be revitalized.
    • Capital outlay of defence increased by Rs 5000 cr.
    • New war memorial will be constructed at Princess Park – Rs 100 cr allocated.
    •  Small savings scheme to promote girl child, which will mature at the time of her marriage, higher education will be introduced.
    • Renewed effort to link rivers, Rs 100 cr for detailed study on it.
    • New scheme Namami Ganga for rejuvenation of River Ganga gets Rs 2,037 cr .
    • Rs 990 crore for development of villages along the border.
    • Rs 100 cr set aside for development of Technology Development Fund.
    • National Police Memorial to be allocated Rs 50 cr .
    • Allocation for defence Rs 2,29,000 crore .
    • Budget proposes National Housing Banking programme; sets aside Rs 8,000 .
    • Rs 500 cr for five tourists circuits.
    • National sports academies to be set up in different parts of India.
    • Rs 200 cr for upgradation of stadiums in J&K.
    • Sports university to be set up in Manipur, Rs 100 allocated.
    • Rs 100 cr for training for forthcoming Asian and Commonwealth Games.
    • Young leaders prog for youth to be started, Rs 100 cr set aside.
    • Displaced Kashmiri migrants rehabilitation gets Rs 500 cr.
    • National Centre for Himalayan studies to be set up in Uttarakhand.
    • National institute for customs and central excise to be set up in Karnataka.

Welcome to Bhartiya Janata Party CA Cell Gujarat Official Website

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) a direct successor of erstwhile Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) founded in 1980, is a major political party of India. The Bharatiya Jana Sangh was founded in 1951 by Syama Prasad Mookerjee, a nationalist leader, former Union Minister and freedom-fighter. The party advocates welfare social policies, self reliance, robust economic growth, foreign policy driven by a nationalist agenda, and strong national defense.

The BJP is pledged to build up India as a strong and prosperous nation, which is modern, progressive and enlightened in outlook and which proudly draws inspiration from India's ancient culture and values and thus is able to emerge as a great world power playing an effective role in the comity of Nations for the establishment of world peace and a just international order. The Party aims at establishing a democratic state which guarantees to all citizens irrespective of caste, creed or sex, political, social and economic justice, equality of opportunity and liberty of faith and expression. The Party shall bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India as by law established and to the principles of socialism, secularism and democracy and would uphold the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.