The Centre has allotted about Rs 1,66,547 crore to the Ministry of House Affairs for the 2021-22 fiscal with a majority of the funds going to the police forces and a considerable quantity for census associated works. In response to the finances, introduced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Rs 30,757 crore has been allotted to Jammu and Kashmir and Rs 5,958 crore for Ladakh — the 2 newly created Union Territories.
The MHA has been allotted Rs 1,66,546.94 crore for the following fiscal with Rs 1,03,802.52 crore for the central armed police forces just like the CRPF, BSF, CISF and many others. and Rs three,768.28 crore for census operations. The work for the census 2021 has been postponed as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
Central sector schemes and tasks of the MHA acquired Rs 1,641.12 crore, whereas Rs 481.61 crore has been allotted for catastrophe administration.
The Union Territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands has been allotted Rs 5,317.41 crore, Chandigarh Rs four,661.12 crore, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Rs 2,204.59 crore, Lakshasweep Rs 1,440.56 crore and Puducherry Rs 1,729.79 crore.