The Budget of Delhi, India for 2014–2015 was presented by Arun Jaitley the Finance Minister of India on 18 July 2014 in Lok Sabha.[1] The total Budget estimate for the Government of NCT of Delhi for the year 2014-15 is Rs. 36766 crore (equivalent to USD $6 billion).[2]

2014 (2014) Delhi Budget
Submitted18 July 2014
Submitted byArun Jaitley
ParliamentLok Sabha
Finance ministerFinance Minister
Total expendituresINR 36766 crore

Salient features of the budget

  • Power subsidy for the consumers with fair use of electricity.
  • Rs 700 crore allocated to improve the power transmission and water distribution system.
  • Rs 500 crore proposed for the reform in the water sector.
  • Rs 200 crore proposed for reform in the power sector.
  • Multi-speciality hospital in Rohini.[3]

Budget 2014: Highlights of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget speech

  • Rs.260 crore allocated for the power subsidy in Delhi.
  • Multi-specialty hospital to be established in Rohini region of Delhi.
  • Numbers of Night Centers to be increased.
  • Four new sewage treatment plants will be set up.
  • Community toilets to be set up in JJ clusters
  • News buses up to 1,380 to be provided by DTC.
  • Pension scheme extend from 3.90 lakh people to 4.30 lakh people
  • 20 New government girl schools to be opened.
  • 110 new ambulance number to be increased in view of cases in Delhi.


  1. ^ "Arun Jaitley presents Delhi Budget in Parliament; power subsidy announced". Zee News. Zee Media. 18 July 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Delhi Budget: FM Arun Jaitley imposes no new tax". The Indian Express. 18 July 2014. Retrieved 19 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Highlights of Delhi Budget 2014 : Delhi, News - India Today". India Today. 18 July 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2014.