- Welfare pensions increased by Rs 100 to Rs. 1300
- Rs. 1000 crore for rural roads.
- Rs. 1102 cr for public works (20% up)
- 2.5 lakh new electricity connections
- Rs. 90 cr for welfare of non-resident Keralites
- Addition of 500 MW in installed capacity of
power plants planned
- One lakh flats for homeless
- KIIFB projects to have outlay of more than Rs.
- Rs. 12074 cr as share for local self-governments
- 20 fly-overs, 74 bridges, 44 stadia to be built
with KIIFB funds
- Drinking water projects costing Rs. 4383 cr by
- Interest-free loans of up to Rs. 10 cr to
- Provident Fund subsidy for industrial promotion
- CFL, filament lamps to be banned
- Muzris heritage project to be commissioned this
- Travancore heritage project to be taken up
- Alapuzha to be developed as heritage town
- Kochi metro to be extended to, Tripoonithura,
- New oncology park at Kerala State Drugs
- Projects costing Rs. 6000 cr for Kochi
- 12000 public toilets to be set up
- Hunger-free Kerala— Ambalapuzha Cherthala to be
- 1000 hotels supplying meals at Rs. 25 to be
- Rs. 250 cr for Kudumbasree
- Loans at 4% for Kudumbasree projects
- Rs. 1509 cr for projects for women
- She lodges in all towns
- Organic farming in 20000 hectares
- Asha workers honorarium increased by Rs. 500 a
- School uniform allowance increased to Rs. 600
- Karunya project to be continued
- Promotion of vegetable cultivation
- Rs. 2000 cr Wayanad Package
- Rs. 1000 cr package for Idukki
- Rs. 6000 cr for Kochi City
- Rs. 750 cr for Kuttanad.
- Share capital of Kerala Financial Corporation to
be increased by Rs. 200 cr.
- Laboratories in all government colleges to be
- 1000 more posts in higher education sector, 60
new courses in colleges
- Air strip in Idukki
- Solar power units in schools
- 40000 houses for fishermen
- Social audit on Okhi fund utilisation
- Mega food park to be set up at a cost of Rs. 150
- Rs. 1000 cr package for coastal areas
- 5000 acre industrial park
- 1.5 lakh job opportunities to be created
- 50000 km of rivulets to be cleaned.
- Expenditure to go up by 15%
- Current year’s expenditure is lower by 12% than
- Rs. 700 cr saved by excluding 4.98 lakh
ineligible pensioners through mustering.
- 12-point drive for tax collection
- Ten per cent increase to be effected in fair
value of land (for transfer of titles).
- 30% hike in fair value for land near major
- Flats will be valued at PWD rates for stamp duty
- Electric autorikshaws will be exempted from
vehicle tax for first five years.
- The existing rebate on the first five year tax
on new petrol and diesel autorickshaws will be
replaced with one time tax of Rs.2500.
- Onetime tax on new electric cars, electric motor
cycles, electric private service vehicles for
personal use and electric three-wheelers will be
limited to 5%.
- Vehicles used exclusively for demonstration
purposes, in possession of dealers, will be levied
1/15 of the tax of the vehicles of the same kind
for one year.
- Tax on multi axle goods vehicles, other than
tipper category, having registered laden weight
higher than 20000 kg will be reduced by 25%
- Tax on motor cycles, not exceeding value of up
to Rs.2 lakhs, will be increased by 1%
- Tax on motor cars and private service vehicles
for personal use, not exceeding value of 15 lakhs,
will be increased by 2%.
- Tax on 3-wheelers for private use and
construction equipment vehicles will be increased
- License fee of pollution testing stations will
be increased to Rs. 15,000.
- Tax on education institution buses excluding
that of Government and aided educational
institutions will be increased in proportion to
the seats. Quarterly tax at Rs.50 per seat will be
levied on buses having up to 20 seats. For buses
above 20 seats, the tax will levied at Rs. 100 per
seat per quarter.
- 10% reduction of tax on stage carriages
will be made where tax is fixed on the basis of
- The fee for displaying normal advertisements on
vehicles will be revised as Rs.5 and digital
advertisements as Rs. 10 per 100 square cms for
- It will be mandated that tax on vehicles
registered in other States need to pay tax in
Kerala only from the date on which NOC was issued
from other states for change of address.
- To enable ease of doing business registration
facilities will be made available in selected sub
registrar offices on holidays also. ISO standard
will be implemented in sub-registrar offices.
- Annual luxury building tax on residential
building is revised as follows:
278.7 - 464.50 Sq. Meter (3000 - 5000 Sq. Feet) =
464.51 - 696.75 Sq. Meter (5001 - 7500 Sq. Feet) =
696.76 - 929 Sq. Meter (7501 - 10000 Sq. Feet) =
Above 929 Sq. Meter (10000 Sq. Feet) = Rs.12500
- 20% rebate will be allowed for those who pay
luxury tax in advance for 5 years and above.
- Onetime building tax will be revised with an
upper limit not exceeding 30 per cent.
- Fees for transfer of registry is revised as
Up to10 Are = Rs.100
11-20 Are = Rs.200
21-50 Are = Rs.300
51- 1 Hectare = Rs.500
1 Hectare to 2 Hectare = Rs.700
- Above 2 Hectare = Rs.1000
- A fee of Rs.200 will be collected for issuing
location map prepared by village office after
inspecting the location, and Rs. 100 for issuing
Record of Right (Thandaper).
- A onetime scheme is declared to settle arrears
on lease rent of Government lands with 50%
relief on lease rent.
- Additional Expenditure announced: (-) Rs.
- Additional resource mobilisation: Rs.
- Cumulative Deficit/Surplus at the end of the
year: Rs. 98.80 cr.