Q1 FY fiscal gap at Rs. 2.4 trillion

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

The government spending during the April-May period stood at Rs. 2.8 trillion as against Rs. 2.17 trillion on yearly basis.

The April-May fiscal gap stood at Rs. 2.4 trillion as compared to Rs. 1.8 trillion on year-on-year basis.
The government spending during the April-May period stood at Rs. 2.8 trillion as against Rs. 2.17 trillion on yearly basis.
The April-May receipts were at Rs. 39,500 crore vs Rs. 36,700 crore on Y-o-Y basis.
The non-plan government expenditure stood at Rs. 2.2 trillion as compared to Rs. 1.49 trillion on yearly basis.
The plan government expenditure was at Rs. 59,600 crore as against Rs. 68,300 crore, while revenue receipts were at Rs. 2.5 trillion compared to Rs. 1.44 trillion.
The May tax mops stood at Rs. 55,700 crore vs Rs. 49,700 crore on Y-o-Y basis.
The May CPI industrial workers inflation at 7.02% vs 7.08% in April, the government said.
May CPI-IW food inflation at 7.66% vs 7.76% in April.


 

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