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Issued 27-5—1957. 



ANDHRA LEGISUTiVE ASSEMBLY 
DEBATES 


OFFICIAL REPORT 

FRIDAY, THE 2ND MARCH, 1956 


VOLUME II - No. 5- 

CONTENTS 

I The Andhra objectionable Performances ] 
Prohibition Bill, 1956 (Contd.) j 

II Presentation of the 

Budget for the year 1956-67. 


Pages. 

318—347 

348—413 


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THE ANDHRA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Friday the 2nd March, 195$. 

The House met in the Assembly Hall, Kurnool, at nine 

of the clock, Mr. Speaker (The Hon. Sri R. Lakshminarasimham 
Dora) in the Chair. 

[Note : — An arterisk * at the commencement of a speech 
denotes revision by the Member] 

THE ANDHRA OBJECTIONABLE PERFORMANCES 
PROHIBITION BILL, 1956— (Contd.) , 

CLAUSE 16. 

Mr. SPEAKER : — The motion before the House is— 

That clause 16 do stand part of the Bill. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA:— 

^ 550^1^0 repeal ^oSo55o&;5 ©^oB^'SeSo, ©a 

Statute Book Ao"^, "ir®63§ <§r''(3civ>^otx>o6 •v^3>43 -Ss S3ojS^ 

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The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI Atomic days 
■^s5jo cs£u0oiio^^&o'^ psioifo »r° 

Atom bombs SDoX-er^JSSs^ they go by pass. 

S3S)ii5J^®?5S bS:'£oSd£to •s-'gjgSSS) 

The motion was put and carried. 

CLAUSE 2. 

• SUB-CLAUSE (2) 

Sri P* SUNDARAYYA : — Sir, I move the following : 

Delete the words ‘is likely to’. 

The amendment was duly seconded. 

The Hon. Sri N, SANJEEVA REDDI : — «« sSrr'ex* 
^er>-S^i) A-rp^coo. &;5Xbo pass “is likely to...” 

©■^8Sir“i^ a,s3^r“i=P^S>bj. ©8'^g’^r®'^ SjdoeS'eio, 

Mr. SPEAKER : — ^Amendment moved- 
Delete the words ‘is likely to’. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : — ©i^grap, ^ S^Sb Soao^o-S^SoeS 
SSSS) “is likely to” ©'^ sS-D-'ex) ^oSsS^^mS), ^&'^oCSb»S3o)rr»a 

j^SoStfSb oJS'jy-CT' Tr>’^d3a. ISJOiJiS s3rr>go&!i>J m’tS 

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“about to be conducted” ©^ “is likely to J^ad t/0 bf^twh of 

peacp” “fS) 



Sia WE ASriiHBA OBJEOTrOSTABEK PKRPORMAKOMS 

BB0KXBIT1.0H BIBB, 1950-— (Coiltd.) 

2ud March 1956] 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJBEVA HEDDI:— “The District 
Collector, may if he ia satisfied that any performance conducted or 
about to be conducted is an objectionable performance likely to 
lead to bleach of peace, ” esS dsoS. J36rr“rr) dsoQ. 

Sri P. SUND \RAYYA : — “If it incites or encourages” 

cr'Si, SS)g ••cn>er»^c55bJ?5^a. 

“is likely to” esS 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI qa idjfSsln 

‘Sa5i5'^ prevent ^o2L)!r»S§ iDeooiScii. 

We will have to wait for the action. That amounts to say 
that until the results are shown by practice, we cannot ban it. 
If we know that the'^e is a particular drama depicting some per- 
sonality whereby thf re is likely to be some danger if that is 
enacted, am I to wiit fee the dr8.ma to be enacted and then 
take action ? is not possible. 

■Sa ^ es{bK:«lbo8. vt'ScD 

es5 5esbvp&X prevent the whole 

bill wiU become infructuous. 

Mr. SPEAKER The question is , 

Delte the words 'is likely to’. 

The motion was lost. ' * 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJBEVA REDDI I move Sir, the 
amendment given notice of to explanation I. 

For explanation I, substitute the following explanation : — 

“Explanation I : — A performance shall not be deemed to be 
an objectionable performance on the ground only that in the 
course thereof words are uttered, or signs or visible representation^ 
are made, expressing disapprobation or criticism of any law or of 
any policy or administrative action of the Government with a 
view to obtain its alteration or redress by lawful means ; and a 
performance in which words are uttered or signs or visible repre- 
sentations are made, pointing out, with a view to their removal, 
matters which are producing, or have a tendency to produce, 
fedings of enmity or hatred between different sections of the 
people of India shall not be deemed to be an objectionable perfor- 
mance within the meaning of this clause.” 

Mr. SPEAKER ;-Tfae question is : 

For Explanatiao I, substitute the following Explaaatioa • 



3 20 THE ANDHRA OBJECTIONABLE BESrOEMANCES 

PROHIBITION BILL, 1956 — (Coiltd.) 

(Mr. Speaker) [2nd March 1936 

“Explanation I : — A performance shall not be deemed to be 
an objectionable performance on the ground only that in the 
course thereof words are uttered, or signs or visible representations 
are made, expressing disapprobation or criticism of any law or of 
any policy or administrative action of the Government with a 
view to obtain its alteration or redress by lawful means ; and a 
performance in which words are uttered or signs or visible repre- 
sentations are made, pointing out, with a view to their removal, 
matters which are producing or have a tendency to produce, 
feelings of enmity ©r hatred between different sections of the 
people of India shall not be deemed to be an objectionable per- 
formance within the meaning of this clause.” 

The motion was carried. 

Sri PILLALAMARRI VENKATESWAB LU Sir. I move— 
Add the following as Explanation V to Sub - clause (vi) of 
clause 2 (2). 

“Explanation V A performance shall not be deemed to be 
objectionable on the ground of promoting feelings of enmity or 
hatred between different sections of the people of India if it is 
intended mainly to better the economic status of any section or 
promoting unity of any section of the people. 

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THE ANDHBA OBJECTIONABLE PEEEOBMANOBS S2i 

PBOHIBITION BILL, 1956 — (Contd.) 

2nd March 1956] (Sri Pillalamarri Venkateswarlu) 


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S22 TBE AHJDHBA 0BJECT‘I03S’ABLE PERFOBMANOE^ 

PROHIBITION BILL, 1956— (ContdO 
(Sri Pillalamarri Venkateswarlu) [2Dd March 1956 

6'Slo ^ s5bo[^©?T»8 eD<5o?T° 

do-cSsSo^ §^Oo^7^r>^?SD. 

The amendment was duly seconded. 

Mr. SPEAKER Amendment moved. 

Add the following as Explanation V to suh-olause (vi) of 
clause 2 (2). 

“Explanation V:- A performance shall not be deemed to be 
objectionable on the ground of promoting feelings of enmity or 
hatred between different sections of the people of India if it is 
intended mainly to better the economic status of any section or 
promoting unity of any section of the people/' 

The Hon, Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI 

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(THE ANBHKA OBJECTIONABLE BEBEOKMANOES 32S 

PEOHIBITIOE' BILL, 1956 — (Contd.) 

2nd March 1956] 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA BEDHI 

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Mr. SPEAKER : — The question is :— 

To add the following as Explanation V to sub-clause (vi) 
of Clause 2 (2). 

“Explanation V :— A performance shall not be deemed to 
be objectionable OU the ground of promoting feelings of 
enmity or hatred between different sections of the people of 
India if it is intended mainly to better the economic status 
of any section or promoting unity of any section of the 
people.” 

The motion was lost. 

SUB-CLAUSE (3). 

Sri S. VEMAYYA : — Sir, I move the following : 

“Delete the word ‘pantomime’ in line 1 of oub-olause (3) of 
Clause 2.”. 

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324 TSE ANUgSA OBJECTIONABLE FEBEOBMANCE9 

PBOBIBITION BILI,, 1956 — (CJontd.) 

(Sri S. Vemayya) [2nd Maroli 1956 

oojT‘S)ex)^*S5oO'a QiT» ‘■Pantomime” 

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The amendment was duly seconded, 

Mr. SPEAKER : — The motion before the House is 

“Delete the word ‘pantomime’ in line 1 of sub-clause (3) of 
clause 2.”. 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI :— “Pantomime” 
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The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI :— esodSb^"® oSoSb 

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Mr. SPEAKER : — The question is : — 

“Delete the word “pantomime” in line I of subolause 
(3) of Clause 2.” 

The amendment was lost. 

Sri S. VEMAYYA:- Sir, I move the following amendment:- 
“Delete the words “or any burrakatha, and includes the 
singing of any ballad” in sub-clause 3 of clause 2. 

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tPBE ANDEEA OBJBOTIONABtE PBBFORMANOES 328 

BBOBIBXTIOK BILE, 1 956— “(Contd.) 

3nd March 1956] (Sri S. Vemayya) 

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The amendment was duly seconded. 

Mr- SPEAKER :— Amendment moved — 

“Delete the words ‘or any bnrrakatha, and includes the 
singing of any ballad’ in sub-clause 3 of clause 2* 

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328 


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PBOHIBITION BILL, 1956 — (Contd.) 

2nd March 1956] (Sri M Nagi Eeddi) 


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(Sri M. Nagi Reddi) [2nd March 1966 


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Mr. SPEAKER : — ^The question is : — 

“Delete the words ‘or any burrakatha, and includes the singing 
of any ballad’ in sub-clause (3) of clause 2.” 

The motion was declared lost. A poll was demanded and 
the House divided thus : — 

AYES. 

1. Sri Vavilala Gopalakrishnayya. 

2. Sri A. Yeruku Naidu. 

3. Sri G. Suryanarayana. 

4. Sri B. Adinarayana. 

5. Sri B. Eathnasabhapathy. 

6. Sri M. Kagi Reddi. 

7. Sri P, Satyanarayana, 

8. Sri Mahammad Tahseel. 

9. Sri G. Nageswara Bao, , 



THB AKJDHtSA OBJECTIONABLE BBBEOBMANOBS 

PBOHiBiTioiir BILL, 1966 — (Contd.) 

2nd March 1956] (Ayes)— (Contd.) 

10. Sri Pillalamarri Venkateswarlo. 

11. Sri B. Sankaraiah. 

12. Sri S. Vemayya. 

13. Sri P. Sundarayya. 

NOES, 

1. The Hon. Sri N. Sanjeeva Eeddi. 

2. Sri P. Ranga Reddy. 

3. Sri R. Balanarayana Reddy. 

4. Sri A. Kaleswara Rao. 

5. Sri K. Venkataratnam. 

Sri Vijaya Bliaskara Reddi. 

7. Sri Kalluru Subba Rao. 

8 . Srimathi B. Rukmini Devi. 

9. Sri P. Bapayya. 

10. Sri A. Bhagavantha Rao. 

11. The Hon. Sri D. Sanjivayya. 

12. The Hon. Sri A. B. Nageswara Rao. 

13. Sri K. Brahmananda Reddi. 

14. Sri S. Brahmayya. 

15. Sri J. Chandramouli. - 

16. Sri Y. Channaiah. 

17. Sri N. P. Chengalraya Naidu. 

18. Sri Chidambara Reddi. 

19. Sri Marupilla Chitti alias Appalaswami. 

20. Sri M. Doraikannu. 

21. Sri V. Gopalakrishna. 

22. Sri T. Gopalakrishnayya. Gupta 

23. Sri P. Thimma Reddi. 

24. Sri V. Kurmayya. 

26. Sri P, Gunnayya. 

26. Sri Hanumantha Reddi. 

27. Sri T. Jalayya. 

28. Sri P. Kodandaramayya. 

29. Sri Pragada Kotayya. 

30. Sri M. Koti Eeddi, 

31. Sri L. Lakshmana Das. 

32. Sri Divi Eondiah Chowdary. 

33. Sri T. Lakshminarayana Reddi, 

34. 8ri M. Munuswami, . 


333 



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334 -THE AKDHBA OBJEO'HONABLE PEBFOKMASOES 

PEomBmoN BILL, 1956— (Cnntd.) 

(Noes)— (Contd.) [2iid March 1966 

35. Sri E. Nagayya. 

36, Sri B, G, M. A. Narasinga Bao. 

37, Sri M. Pallam Eaju. 

38. Sri P. Parthasaratbi. 

39, Sri M. Pothuraju. 

40, Sri E. Ayyapu Eeddi. ^ 

41, Sri P. Rajagopal Naidu, 

42. Sri T. Prakasam. 

43. Sri Eajaram. 

44. Sri B. Eamabrahmam. 

46. Sri T, Eamachandra Eeddi. 

46. Sri P. Ramacharlu, 

47. Sri C. Rainakotaiab. 

48. Sri H, Ramalinga Reddi, 

49; Sri Bojja Appalaswanji. 

60. Sri Chowdari Satyanarayaaa. 

61. Sri Reddi Kamayya, 

62. Sri K, Santhappa, 

63. Sri Rathnam. 

64. Sri P. Ramaswami Naidu, 

65. Sri G. Ramaswami Eeddi. 

66. Sri T. Veeraraghavulu. 

67. Sri 0. P. Thimma Eeddi, 

68. Sri B. Subba Rao. 

69. Sri A. 0. Subba Reddi. 

60. Sri Sbaik Moula Sabeb. 

61. Sri P, Anthony Reddi. 

62. Sri Raja Sagi Suryanarayana|^Eaju. 

63. Sri Seshadri. 

64. Sri P. Singarayya. 

65. Sri Kasim Venkata Reddi. 

66. Sri M. Matcbaraju. 

67. Sri B. Appa Rao. 

68. Sri Reddi Jagannadbam. 

69. Sri A. Lakshmunaidu. 

70. Sri Y. Kodandarami Reddi. 

71. Sri T. N. Venkata Subba Reddi. 

7s.. Sri B.-V. Subba Reddi. 

73. Sri G. Rami Reddi. 

74. Sri P. Vepkataravanappa, 



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THE AHBSBA OBJECTIOHABIiB BEREOBMANOES 
PEOHISmOlT BILL, 1956 — (OoiXtd.) 

2nd March 1956] (Noes)— (Contd.) 

76. Sri P. Veakatasubbaiah. 

76. Sri B. P. Sesha Reddi. 

77. Sri M. Venkataraju. 

78. Sri T. Papa Rao. 

79. Sri G. Narasimhamurbhi. 

80. Sri S. Ranganatha Mudaliar. 

81. Sri D. Qopala Rao. 

82. Sri R. B. Ramakrishna Raju. 

83. Sri P. ISTarasimhappa Rao. 

For the amendment 13. 

Against the amendment 83. 

The motion was declared lost. 

Sri S. VEMAYYA;— For Explanation IV to Clause 2(2), 
substitute the following : — 

“In this clause, ‘Government’ means the State Government”. 
‘Any State Government’ esS Central Government & 

g:r>cr^ g'oSe^o State Government 

The ataendment was duly seconded. 

Mr. SPEAKER : — The question is : — 

“For Explanation IV to Section 2(2), substitute the following 
In this clause, ‘Government’ means the State Government,” 
The motion was lost. 

Mr. SPEAKER The question is : 

That clause 3 do stand part of the Bill. 

The motion was carried. 

Clause 1 was put and carried. 

The preamble was put and carried. 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI Sir, I move that 
the Bill be passed into Law. 

Mr« SPEAKER Motion moved- 
“That the Bill be passed into law”. 

Sri PILLALAMARRI VENKATESWARLU 
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TOS ANDHTtA. 0BJBOTI0NABLT3 PBBlFOaMA'NCBa 843 

PROHIBITIOK BILB, 1956--(Contd.) 

(P. Sundarayya) [2nd March 1958 

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a5'?5'OTgo5i)Siu ©■^SSS'si'o ^!0og’^;5^^^-'a5'5 ! 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDDI : I emphatically 
protest. It is utter unCtuth. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : It is not a lie. It is truth. 

There were many cries of ‘withdraw’, ‘withdraw*. 

Mr. SPEAKER : Order; Order. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : I don’t withdraw it. 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEYa REDDI : We cannot tolerate. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : lb& tolerate Scsijgiio ;3cSi)gg'^S 
i$o «■§ TT'O^'"^ ^Sj SJSj ^o'S6:). 

The Hon. Sri N, SANJEEVA REDDI: It is nonsense. 
I know your level. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : fjj ^io^Sslr’cr' sr’&'SoJSb. 

Mr. SPEAKER : Order; Order. The hon. Member may 
go to the next point. 

Sri P. SUNDARAYYA : (Interruption) 

Sri D. KONDAIAH CHOWDARY : On a point of order, 
Sir. When the Speaker is on his legs, it is gentlemanly behaviour 
on the part of the members of all parties to sit down and resume 
seats. It is not good for any man to disobey the order of the Chair 

- Mr- SPEAKER ; The ho». Deader of the Opposition may 
earr^bn. ; , 



344 


THi ANDHBA. OBJEOTIONABL'E PBEFORiLANGES 
PSOHIBITION BILL, 1956 — (Contd.) 

2nd March 1956] 

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Sg8^§^?r”^sX)pSr®^'o 

The Hon. Sri N. SANJEEVA REDHI :- esi^gs? , ^ ^S- 5 T»g 

SSir'tp^So SS^SoSS asSSif'^'^Ob. •^S^'^oog'j^ SaS_gCip>Bo 
^toSaoS esEP^fib, asSS) SSogo^ e5S-s-"5*'o ^oiS'S'SjpSS) 

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aoSa SbS)ib. c3xs'^ SbaiS^Cb^So ao&djsaoa^&pj^o SS§)0b-5r*j^Sb. 

Mr. SPEAKER :-^The question is : 

“That the Bill be passed into law.” 

The motion was declared carried. 

Sri P. Sundarayya demanded a poll and the House divided 

thus i 

AYES. 

1. The Hon. Hr. B. Gopala Reddi 

2* The Hon. Sri N. Sanjeeva Reddi 

3t The Hon. Sri D. Sanjivayya 

4* The Hon. Sri A. B. Nageswara Rao 

6t Sri P. Ranga Reddy 

6* Sri. K. Balattarayana Reddy 

*7* Sri A* Kaleswara Rao 

8. Sri K. Venkataratnam 

I?, Sri Vijaya Bhaskara Reddi 



*rSSi ANDHBA OBJEOTIOlS'ABLB PE6l'OBMAljOE& iH 

PBOHIBITION BILL, 1956 — (Contd.) 

(Ayes) — (Contd.) [2nd March 1966 


10. Sri K. Subba Rao 

11. Srimati Ammanna Raja 

12. Srimati B. Rukmini Devi 

13. Sri P. Bapayya 

14. Sri A. Bhagavantha Rao 

16. Sri A. V. Bhanoji Rao 

16. Sri K. Brahmanda Reddi 

1 7. Sri S. Brahmayya 

18. Sri J. Chandramouli 
10. Sri Y. Channaiah 

20. Sri N. P. Chengalraya Naidu 

21. Sri Chitambara Reddi 

22. Sri Marnpilla Ohitti alias Appalaswamy 

23. Sri M. Doraikannu 

24. Sri V. Gopalakrishna 

26. Sri T. Gopalakrishnayya Gupta 

26. Sri S. B. P. Pattabhi Rama Rao 

27. Sri P. Thimma Reddi 

28. Sri V. Kurmayya 

29. Sri N. Venkataramaiah 

80. Sri P. Gunnayya. 

81. Sri T. Jalayya 

82. S>i P. Kodandaramayya 
33. Sri D. Kondaiah Chowdary 
84. Sri Pragada Kotaiah 

86. Sri M. Koti Reddi 

86. Sri K. V. Krishnavatharam 

87. Sri L. Lakshmana Das 

38. Sri T. liakshminarayana Reddi 
89. Sri'M. Munuswami 

40. Sri E. Nagayya 

41. Sri B. G. M. A. Haraaiuga Rao 

42. Sri M. Pallam Raju 

43. Sri P. Parathasarathi 

44. Sri M. Pothu Raju 

46. Sri C. Ayyapu Reddy 

46. Sri P. Rajagopal Naidtt 

47. Sri T. Prakasam 

48. Sri B. Rajayya 
Sri Bajaram 



Uq 

THE AEDHEA OBJEOtlOEABliE BEfeBOBMAEtJES 
PBOHIBITIOE BILL, 1966 — (Contd.) 


2nd March 1966] (Ayes) — (Contd.) 


60. 

Sri D. Ramabrahmam 


61. 

Sri T. Ramachandra Reddi 


62. 

Sri P. Ramacharyulu 


63. 

Sri 0. Ramakotaiah 


64. 

Sri B. Ramakrishna Reddi 


56. 

Sri H. Ramalinga Reddi 


66. 

Sri P. Ramaswami Naidu 


67. 

Sri G. Ramaswami Reddi 


58. 

Sri Ratnam 


69. 

Sri K. Santapps 

- 

60. 

Sri B. Appalaswami 


61. 

Sri A. Satyanarayanamurti 


62. 

Sri P. Anthony Reddi 


63. 

Sri Raja Sagi Suryanarayana Raja 


64. 

Sri N. C. Seshadri 


66. 

Sri P. Singarayya 


66. 

Sri B. Subba Rao 


67. 

Sri A. C. Subba Reddi. 


68. 

Sri Sheik Moula Saheb. 


69. 

Sri C. Subbarayudu. 


70. 

Sri C. P. Thimma Reddi. 


71. 

Sri T. V. Raghavulu. 


72. 

Sri B. P. Sesha Reddi. 


73. 

Sri M. Venkataraju. 


74. 

Sri G. Rami Reddi. 


75. 

Sri B. V. Subba Reddi. 


76, 

Sri P. Venkataramanappa. 


77. 

Sri P. Venkatasubhaiah. 


78, 

Sri A. Lakshminaidu. 


79. 

Sri y. ELodandarama Reddi 


80, 

Sri "I. N. Venkata Subba Reddi 


81. 

Sri Reddi Jagannatham 


82, 

Sri M. Matchiraju 


83. 

• Sri K. Venkata Reddi 


, 84. 

Sri B. Appa Rao 


86. 

Sri R. B. Ramakrishna Raju 


86. 

Sri P. N. Appa Rao 


87. 

Sri 0. V. Suryanarayana Ea|tt 


88. 

Sri S. Ranganatha Mudaliar 


89, 

Sri R. Gopala Rao 




THE ANDHBA OBJECTIONABLE PEBEOBMANOES 34^ 

PBOHIBITION BILL, 1966 — (Oontd.) 

(Ayes) — (Oontd.) [2nd March 1966 

90. Sri G. Narasimha Murthi 

91. Sri T. Papa Rao. 

92. Sri N. Sreenivasa Rao. 

NOES. 

‘-'1. Sri Vavilala Gopalakrishnayya 

2. Sri B. Adinarayana 

3. Sri G. Suryanarayana 

4. _ Sri A. Yeruku Naidu 
^6. ’Sri P. Sundarayya 

— 6. Sri Pillalamarri Venkateswarlu 

7. Sri S. Vemayya 

8. Sri B. Sankaraiah 

9. Sri G. Nageswara Rao 

10. Sri P. Satyanarayana 

11. Sri S. Kasi Reddi 

12. Sri Mahammad Tahseel 

13. Sri M. Nagi Reddi 

AYES: 92; NOES ; 13. 

The motion was carried and the Bill was passed into law. 

Mr. SPEAKER* Now, the Hon. Chief Minister will present 
the Budget for the year 1956-57. 



II. PRESENTATION OF THE BUDGET 
FOR THE YEAR 1956-57. 


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The Hon. Dr. B. GOPALA REDDI :— 

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English version of the speech of the Hon. Dr. B* Gopala 
Bed^i is .printed as m Appei]^di5 at pages 38i infra 



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8S0 PRESENTATION OE TSB BtTDOET EOR TEE 'yBAS 1956-67 [5] 

(Dr. B, Gopala Reddi) [2nd Mareh 1956 


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362 PRESfiSTATION OP THE BUDGET POE THE YEAR 1956-57 

(Dr. B. Gopala Reddi) [2nd March 1956 


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The House then adjourned. 

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APPENDIX 

tlnglish version of the Speech of Sri B. GOPALA REDDI, Ghii>f 
Minister and, Minister in charge of Finance, presenting the 
Budget for 1956-57 to the Andhra Legislative Assembly on 
the 2nd March 1956. 

Sir, I rise to present to the House the Budget of the Andhra 
State for 1956-57. This is my second Budget and if Visalandhra 
is formed soon, as we all hope it will be, this will be the last 
Budget of the present Andhra State. 

2. Since I presented the Budget last July, two important 
matters which affect the future of our country have dominated 
the political horizon, the preparation of the Second Five-Year 
Plan and the Report on States Reorganization. While the for- 
mer relates to the needs of the people and the economic betterment 
of the country, the latter represents their emotional urge to get 
the people of the same culture or language-group welded together 
into one administrative pattern. While planning set a few people 
thinking, reorganization of States made a far larger number of 
people get excited creating suspicion among neighbours. It 
looked as though the bonds of good fleigbbourliness snapped 
overnight, 

3. Hon*ble members are aware that our Assembly had 

passed a resolution urging all Telugu-speaking people to be 
brought together into one unit, of administration. There is no 
tinge of jingoism or imperialism in the demand, It is only a 
natural aspiration of the people speaking the same language to 
come together. But unfortunately during the long course of 
Indian History, due to wars or to the ambitions of certain rulers, 
people were vivisected and artificial barriers were created, so 
that they could not come together for certain common purposes. 
If we study closely the cultural growth of Telugu-speaking people 
in Kolar district or in the Andhra districts and in the districts of 
Telengana, we see a marked difference. Had they been tmder 
one administrative set-up, those marked differences would have 
been at the minimum. What we want is that the land hallowed 
by the footsteps of Bammera Pothana, Allasani Peddana, Rama- 
raja Bhushana, Tlkkana and Nannaya be brought together so 
that all Telugus may chant their hymns without any feeling of 
estrangement. The achievement of Visalandhra has its own diffl* 
oulties and responsibilities and calls for greater. ad}.iiiei^ent8. M 
pur frontiers get enlarged, our resffonsibility neglected 


Introduce 

tory. 





385 


jiortioiis of the State and the weaker sections of the community 
also increases. Otherwise frustration will grow. 

4. Our needs are ever-increasing. The days of asking for 
an elementary school or a village road, or a rural dispensary are 
gone. People now ask for collegesj polytechnics, electricity to 
every village, protected water-supply and drainage, pumpsets, 
bull-dozers and veterinary hospitals. The scale of our needs has 
risen steeply, while our resources are far behind our requirements. 
There is a great imbalance between our requirements and resources, 
which will lead to large scale frustration, Our constant effort 
must therefore be to step up our resources so as to match our 
needs so that we may be in a position to fulfil them within a 
measurable space of time. Let us understand once for all that 
without augmenting resources, even necessites cannot be met. If 
we refuse to tax ourselves, we place ourselves in the helpless 
position of being mere spectators of the tragic scenes of life which 
we see all round. Poverty, disease, illiteracy and misery will 
continue to raise their ugly hoods, benumbing the people into 
utter despondency. Having been born at a momentous period 
of Indian History, shall we not become valiant fighters against 
our formidable enemy? If we fail in our duty ab this critical period, 
posterity will blame us for failing to do the right thing at the 
right time. We have pledged ourselves to the socialistic pattern 
of society, and it is our duty to lessen the gulf between the privi* 
leged and underprivileged. Attainment of the socialistic pattern 
of society is a slow process. If we can achieve this objective 
within the next quarter of a century without ilLwill or violence 
against anybody, we must congratulate ourselves. It is not a 
slogan to deceive anybody. It is a path which we have chalked 
out for ourselves. Nationalization of the Imperial Bank of India 
and of life insurance business is a step in that direction. The tax 
on inherited property is also another step towards the same goal. 

We on our side have taken action to make the Estate Duty Act 
applicable to agricultural property. This will help to bring about 
a more equal distribution of wealth. Secondly for the first time 
in the history of our land revenue we have introduced the element 
of graded taxation. All these centuries we were accustomed to 
uniform tax on land of comparable fertility. By introducing the 
graded surcharge on land revenue, we have discarded the principle 
of uniformity by asking the people who owned larger acreage to , 
pay higher land revenue. This wiU also discourage aocumulatioa . 
^ landed prop^f in the of a few people^ apart ^ 



386 


bringing a little revenue to the Government. This is also indi- 
cative of our economic policy as it relates to land. It is also the 
fore-runner of a series of land reforms under the contemplation 
of the Planning Commission and State Government. What 
shouid be the extent of holding which a person can have or what 
a land owner can get from the lessee if his land is leased out and % 
what be should pay to the Government if he raises commercial 
crops which give him a larger income than food-crops, are some 
of the matters which are under the active consideration of the 
Government. 

6. A summary of the financial position of the State for the Review of 
period 1st October 1953 to 31st March 1955 is given in Appendixciai position 
I. The State had no resources to start with, except its share 
of the 4 per cent loan floated by the Composite Madras Govern- (Second Six 

^ x months) and 

meno in July 1953 amounting to Rs. 2.45 orores. The Revenue 1954-55. 
Account for the half year closed with a deficit of Rs. 1‘14 erores. 

The capital expenditure on Irrigation, Electricity and other 
schemes and the net disbursements of loans and advances together 
amounted to Rs. 375 lakhs. A new irrigation project “construc- 
tion of a regulator-cttm-bridge on the Krishna river” estimated 
to cost of Rs. 2 71 erores was sanctioned during the year. A loan 
of Rs. 6‘86 erores was taken from the Government of India for 
various purposes. There were also large credits on account of 
advance payments made by other States for supply of rice to 
them. After meeting the Revenue deficit, Capital expenditure, 
etc., the year closed with a balance of Rs. 8 erores. 

During the year 1954-55, large expenditure was incurred ofl 
developmental schemes included in the First Five-Year Plan, with 
the result that there was a Revenue deficit of Rs. 5-18 orores. 

Capital expenditure was also incurred on a large scale, parti'* 
cnlarly under Electricity schemes. Owing to complete decontrol 
of rice, advances leoeived from other States during the preceding 
year had also to be refunded. In order to meet these commit- 
ments, a loan of Rs. 13’62 erores was taken from the Union 
Government, including the allotment of Rs. 2-6 orores out of the 
National Flan Loan. Against this, has to be off-set the amounts 
that fell due for repayment to the Government of India during 
the year. The net effect of the transactions of the year was to 
leave a unall closing balance of Rs. 85*87 lakhs. . During the • 
year, a separate High Ckjurfe for Andhra was established at 
Qtaitur and the new Venkateswara University was started at 
Tirdpiiti. • - . . 



Revised 6. The Revised JEstinaate anticipates a Revenue of Rs.22 . S9 

Estimate, , r 

1955-56. crores, and an Expenditure of m. 26.37 crores, against Rs. 

Account. 21.98 crores and Rs. 25.64 crores rospectivoly anticipated at the 
time of framing the Budget. The Revenue deficit has increased 
from Rs. 3'66 crores in the Budget to Rs. 3.98 crores in the 
» Revised Estimate. Increased receipts under Land Revenue, and 
General Salestax are expected, due to certain taxation measures 
and under Electricity due to extension of supply of power from 
Machhund. These increases are partly off-set by decreases under 
certain heads. The expenditure on Revenue Account is likely to 
show an increase mainly under Irrigation, Interest on debt, etc., 
off-set by a decrease under Public Health and certain other heads. 


Capital Ex. Under capital expenditure, there was an increase under 
penditure. rapid progress on works in scarcity areas 

and larger expenditure on Nagarjunasagar Project, partly counter- 
balanced by decrease under Electricity. 


Loans and 
Advances. 


Ways and 
means. 


Under Loans and Advances, the net disbursements are likely 
to show an increase on account of provision for loans to munici- 
palities under the housing scheme for low income groups and 
larger provision under loans to weavers’ co-operative societies. 

The total loan expected to be taken from the Union Govern- 
ment for various purposes amounts to Rs. 17 -7 1 crores. Besides, 
a sum of Rs. 4'95 crores was raised as loan in the open market. 
Taking credit for these sums and setting off against them, the 
Revenue deficit, Capital expenditure, lioans and advances, etc., 
the year is expected to close with a small Balance of Rs. 63’13 
lakhs. 


^Seascrtal 7. As Honourable Members are aware, rainfall this year 
’ was much above the normal. During the south-west monsoon 
period, even dry areas like Rayalaseema received heavy rains. 
Some areas in East and West Godavari districts were under flood 
which caused damage to crops. Cotton and groundnut crops in 
Kumool district were also affected by the heavy rains during the 
south-west monsoon season. The condition of crops in the State 
was otherwise satisfactory. 

Piiceu. 8. The General Index Mumber of wholesale prices of food- 
grains fell during April and May 1956, but rose steadily thexeafberi 
- In December, 1955, the Index Number of toodgrains showed an 
increase of 13 points when compared with that in December 185#. 
The General Index Number of wholesale prices of , oommerrial , 
products also showed an upward trend. The Index Numbe»’.;iA 
December 1965 was six points higher th%n that in December 



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9* With a view to stabilising the prices of paddy and rice Price Sup* 
atlevels which ensure a fair minimum price to the cultivator. Scheme, 
the Government of India decided to extend the price support 
policy to coarse varieties of rice during the current crop season, 

In pursuance of this decision, the State Government have made 
arrangements for the purchase of certain coarse varieties of paddy 
from cultivators through purchasing agents appointed for the 
purpose. Under the scheme, purchases of paddy will be made 
at the village site by purchasing agents at Rs. 7 per 
maund, whenever prices fall below this level. It has however 
not been found necessary so far to make purchases under the 
scheme. 

10. Honourable Members are aware that a committee was Land Re. 

■ forms* 

constituted to examine the question of land reforms in the State. 

The committee submitted its report towards the end of October 
1955. The report is now under the consideration of the 
Government and suitable proposals for land reform will be formU' 
lated after the recommendations of the committee have been 
examined. 

11. Oaring the war and post-war periods, the work inReorgamza. 
treasuries increased considerably owing to the expansion of all .surjes, 
departments. Additional staff was sanctioned in treasuries to 

cope with the increase in work, hut experienced clerks could 
not be found to man the additional posts. There were also 
frequent transfers of clerks and aodountants in treasuries to other 
posts in the Revenue Department. The result was that nearly 
half of the accounts staff in treasuries consisted of inexperienced 
persons and serious irregularities and delays in treasuries came 
to notice. The Government have therefore decided to separate 
the treasury accounts staff from revenue establishment and consti- 
tute them into a separate service. The scheme involves enhance- 
ment of the scales of pay of treasury accountants and the 
creation of a new cadre of Assistant Treasury Officers. It is 
hoped that this reorganization will bring about considerable 
improvement in the working of treasuries. 

12. While presenting the Budget for the current year, I First Five, 
dealt with the State’s First Five-Year Plan. The main heads of 
development included in the plan, the estimated outlay in r^pect 

of each, the actual ex^nditure to end of 1954-55 and the esti- 
mated outlay in 1965-56 are given in Appendix V. With <Hir 
large undeveloped water resources. Power and Irri^tion Pro- 
jects naturally had the highest priority ip, the plan. Apart from 



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major projects, the plan made provision for Irrigation schemes foi 
the permanent improvement of scarcity areas. Provision wag 
made among others for Gommunity Development and National 
Extension Service according to a programme drawn up by 
the Community Project Administration. It will be seen 
from Appendix V that against the total estimated outlay of 
Rs. 69’42 orores an expenditure of Rs. 47*04 crores was incurred 
to end of ! 9.54-55 and that the total expenditure to end of 
1965-66 is estimated at Rs. 65-08 crores, leaving a shortfall of 
only Rs. 4-34 crores. 

Year 13. Then National Plan has been drawn up with the aim of 

' increasing the national income hy about 25 per cent over a period 
of five years and providing employment opportunities to about 8 
million persons. The plan also gives an indication of tho measures 
to be taken for raising the necessary resources. 

The Second Five-Year Plan of this State has been built 
from the village upwards. The plan aims at doubling real income 
within the shortest possible period. Village plans have been 
prepared on the basis of the widest participation of the people 
and have been integrated into district plans. The district plans 
have been correlated to the plans prepared at tho State level. 
As Honourable Members are aware, the plan underwent a number 
of revisions with reference to the resources of the country as a 
whole and also the resources which we oan hope to raise ourselves 
at the State level. Not only is there difficulty in regard to 
financial resources but the problem of securing materials and 
trained personnel Tor execution of schemes imposes a severe 
restriction on the pace of development. The size of the plan has 
now been fixed at Rs. 116*2 orores. The programmes now 
included in the plan are only tentative. They will have to he 
reviewed annually with reference to the resources available and 
the targets achieved; attention will be concentrated on the 
programmes to be implemented during a particular year and for- 
ward planning will be confined to the programmes proposed for 
the year immediately following. . 

As in the First Flan, Irrigation and Power Projects have be^ 
given top priority in the Second. The progress made in r«ra^ 
areas through Gommunity Development and National Extepriop, 
Service is well known to members of the House andithe,. 
Community Development programme occupies a very impb!Fts^|i; 
place in the plan.. The details of th® outlay proposed und|W.^%« 
heads of deyelc^menii ai® fo Appeudis.VI* ; 



14. The Prime Minister of India laid the foundation stone of Irrigation, 
the Nagarjunasagar Project on the 10th December 1955. The 
project is a joint venture with the Government of Hyderabad, 

It consists of a dam at Handikonda and two canals on either side, 
which will irrigate extensive areas. The project is estimated to 
cost Es. 122 crores. On completion, it will bring 31 '83 lakhs 
acres under irrigation and produce 76,000 K. W. of electric power, 

The construction of the dam and other common works is under 
the control of a Board constituted by the Government of India 
and consisting of representatives of the two Governments and also 
of the Government of India. Canal works in the two States are 
under the control of the respective Governments. The Govern- 
ment of India have sanctioned a loan of Bs. 60 lakhs to this State 
for expenditure on the project in the current year. 

Certain other Irrigation projects of lesser magnitude are also 
in progress, namely, the Tungabhadra Low Level Canal, the 
Krishna Barrage, the Upper Pennar Project, the Rallapad Project 
and the Romperu drain. In addition, there are 17 irrigation works 
under execution for the benefit of scarcity areas. The progress on 
these works is good and some of them are expected to be 
completed by June and September this year. It is estimated that 
the area irrigated which stood at 28-80 lakhs acres at the begin- 
ning of the plan period will increase to 30-65 lakhs acres. 

The Second Five - Year Plan provides for the Nagarjunasagar 
Project and the other irrigation schemes mentioned above which 
are not likely to he completed in the current year. Provision has 
also been made in the Second Plan for the Tungabhadra High 
Level Canal and the Vamsadhara Project and for investigation of 
the Pulichintala and Sidheswaram Projects. At the end of the 
Second Five - Year Plan period, an additional area of 6-68 lakhs 
acres of land is expected to be brought under irrigation. 

15. Machkund and Tungabhadra are the two principal Electricity, 
electricity projects in the State. The Machkund Project 
commenced operation on the 19th August 1955, when the 
President of India switched on the first generator unit. The 
Tungabhadra Hydro - Electric Project expected to begin operation 

by December 1956, The other schemes in progress are the 
Nellore and Chittoor Schemes. In pursuance of the policy of 
taking over electrical undertakings owned by local bodies and 
private persons, the Government have sanctioned the acquisition 
of the East Coast Company undertaking and also those at 
Bajahmnndty and Guntur. 



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The number of towns and villages which hod power supply 
at the beginning of the First Five *■ Year Plan period was only 
170; by the end of this month, their number will go up to 700. 
The per capita consumption of electricity which was five units in 
19B0 - 51, will soon be to ten units. 

During the Second Plan period, three additional generating 
units will be installed at Maohkund which will complete the 
project. Provision has also been made for the installation of two 
additional generating units at the Dam Power House of the 
Tungabhadra Hvdro Thermal Projeot, one more unit at Canal 
Power House and also a Thermal Station at Nelloro with an inter* 
connect ing transmission line between Hampi and Nellore which is 
required to transmit seasonal power from the Tungabhadra to 
Chittoor area. At tlie end of the Second Five • Year Plan period 
about 1,600 towns and villages are expected to receive power 
supply and the per capita consumption is expected to increase 
from 10 to 30 units. 

Highways, 16, The total road mileage at the commencement of the 
First Five • Year Plan was 14,794. The additions during the 
current plan period will bring it to 15,430 miles comprising 900 
miles of National Highways (constructed and maintained from 
Central revenues), 5,808 miles of roads under the control of the 
State Government and 8,722 miles of roads under local bodies. 
Out of 6,808 miles under the State Government's control, 1,366 
miles are State Highways, 4,420 miles are major district roads 
and 14 miles are classed as other district roads. Eoads classed 
as major district roads to a length of 2,300 miles are under 
the control of District Boards. The policy of the Government is 
to take over these roads gradually from District Boards, 

During the Second Five-Year Plan period, it is proposed to 
take over from local bodies about 1,600 miles of roads including 
about 60 miles of roads executed as famine relief works. It is 
also proposed to lay new roads to a length of 110 miles to connect 
villages to main roads and to improve existing roads to a length 
of 300 miles. Provision is also made for the construction of 160 
bridges and culverts under “Other Roads”, The aim of this 
programme is to connect the more important villages with mar- 
keting centres and district headquarters. 


Education, 

Primary. 



17. Certain reforms have been introduced in Primary apd. , 
Secondary Education in the current year with a view to 
improvement in the working of elementary and seoOPdary schools, 



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In future, only teachers with Teachers School-Leaving Certificate 
of the Secondary Grade will bo employed in elementary schools. 

In pursuance of this decision, 50 per cent of the existing elemen- 
tary grade training sections have been converted into secondary 
grade training sections in the current year. The remaining 
elementary grade sections will also be converted into secondary 
grade training sections during the next two or three years* 

Higher qualifications, have been prescribed for admission to 
training sections and the period of training has been reduced from 
two years to one year. To start with, the one-year course will 
be introduced in 1956-57 in eight Government institutions. Pre- 
ference will be given for admission to the new course to candidates 
possessing higher qualifications such as those who have passed 
the Intermediate examination or completed the Intermediate 
course and S. S. L. C. candidates who have secured a high per- 
centage of marks in all subjects. Another step taken by the 
Government to improve the standard of pupils of secondary 
schools is to place certain restrictions on the admission of students 
into lower forms. No privately coached candidate will be admit- 
ted in a class higher than II Form from 1966-57 and in a class 
higher than I Form from 1957-58. It has also been laid down 
that, a candidate seeking admission in I Form should complete 
ten years of age on the 16th August of the year of admission. 

As a measure of econoiny, the Government have decided to 
restrict the payment of stipends to 50 per cent of students under- 
going elementary grade traming with effect from the current year. 

In the case of secondary grade training, stipends Will be given 
only to students belonging to Scheduled Tribes and Castes and 
Backward Classes and to women students. All the student® 
undergoing the one-year training course newly introduced in eight 
Government institutions will, however, be given th? usual stipend. 

The Government have implemented some of the more impor. Education* 
tant recommendations of the committee for the re-organization Secondary, 
of secondary education, namely, improvement of facilities for 
teaching science in high schools, improvement of school libraries. • 
establishment of multi-purpose schools, introduction of crafts in 
middle schools, establishment of training centres for craft instruc- 
tors and refresher oouraes. A provision of Rs. 75*48 lakhs has 
been made in the current year’s Budget for these schemes. The 
Union Government have sanctioned grants-in-aid towards both 
nom recurring and recurring expenditure involved in the schemes. 

In order to improve the teaching of Sanskrit, the Govern* Hindi and 
ment have ordered the grant of advande increments to Pandits Sanskrit 
possessing special qualifications. Similarly Telugu Pandits who 



qualify themselves ia Sanskrit will also be given advance incre- 
ments. Another measure which has been introduced to encourage 
students to study in Oriental Schools is to permit free tuition to 
all students in Oriental Schools up to VI Form if the annual 
income of their parents is not more than Its. 1,800 per annum. 

Hindi has been made a compulsory subject of study as third 
language in Forms I to IV with effect from the current academic 
year. Its study will be continued in V and VI Forms in the 
succeeding years. The Government have also taken steps for 
propagating Hindi by opening Visarada Vidyalayas, making 
grants-in-aid to Hindi Premi Mandalis, etc. The expenditure on 
these measures is shared by the Union Government, State Govern- 
ment and Hindi Praoharak Sabba. 

During the First Plan period, 751 new elementary schools 
were opened and there are now about 18,000 primary schools in 
the State. There are 600 high schools in the State including 15 
multi-purpose high schools. There are at present 78 training 
schools (56 ordinary and 22 basic). Honourable Members will 
no doubt recall that, during the current year, the Government 
have sanctioned the opening of a new Engineering College at 
Visakhapatnam by the Andhra University and also the opening 
of a compressed diploma course for 2| years in civil, mechanical 
and electrical engineering at Anantapur and Kakinada. 

t 

The Second Five-Year Plan contemplates increase in the 
number of children attending schools by 16 per cent in the age 
group 6 to 11, and 20 per cent in the age groups U to U and 14 
to 17. The plan includes provision for opening the necessary 
number of new schools— 1,000 primary, 00 middle and about 25 
high schools. Fifteen high schools are proposed to be converted 
into multi-purpose schools and 30 of the existing high schools 
into higher secondary schools. 

Medical 18. The medical facilities in the State are poor but their 

other social services, entails large 
Health, recurring expenditure beyond our present resources. Neverthe- 
less, some provision has been made in the plan for improving 
medical relief in the State. Additional buildings, estimated to 
cost Bs. 17’10 lakhs have been sanctioned for the General Hospital, 
Kumool. The bed strength of the Headquarters Hospital, 
Cuddapah, has been increased from 104 to 140. Addltidhal 
buildings for the King George Hospital, Visakhapatnam and ^e 
Headquarters Hospital, Eluru, are nearing completion ajnd are 
expected to be ready shortly for occupation. The establisbfflslfisti 
‘ qf a . separate Chemical Examiner’s Department 'in the State. 
h Begional Laboratory has also been 'sanctioned* Thi 



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iiient intend opening a new Medical College at Kumool and hare 
addressed the Government of India for their approval and financial 
assistance. 

There are at present 6 B. C. G. vaccination teams in the 
State. One unit consisting of three teams is working in Rayala- 
seema area and another unit is working in Visakhapatnam and 
East Godavari districts. There are two leprosy subsidiary centres 
in the State, one at Tirupati and the other at Ramachandrapuramj 
which were opened with Central assistance. There are now two 
Malaria Control units. The question of establishing four more 
units, two in the plains and two in the Agency areas is under the 
consideration of the Government. Under the National Filaria 
Control Scheme sponsored by the Government of India, the 
Government have established two survey units and one control 
unit ’with headquarters in l^ast Godavari district. There is one 
Government Sanatorium for Tuberculosis. We hope to expand 
the facilities for treatment of tuberculosis by opening more clinics 
and sanatoria, and also for the tireatment of leprosy. There ig 
also a proposal for opening one mental hospital with 100 beds 
and two infectious diseases hospitals. It is also proposed to open 
■ 55 Primary Health Centres and ten Family-Planning Clinics. 

19. Under the First Five-Year Plan, the improvement ofWater.Sup. 
nine existing protected water-supply schemes in municipalities if^abage 
and urban panchayart areas was taken up ; eight new water Schemes, 
supply schemes and two municipal drainage schemes were also 

taken up. Of the 17 schemes for water-supply, three will be 
completed by the end of tlie current year and 14 will be continued 
during the Second Five-Year Plan period. Of the incomplete 
water-supply schemes, the most important is the Gosthani Scheme 
at Visakhapatnam which is estimated to cost Bs. 116 lakhs. It 
is intended to serve the Municipality, Railway, Port and Defence ' 
establishments at Visakliapatnam. , The Defence and Railway 
Departments will, it is expected, contribute to the cost of the 
Scheme. The scheme is likely to be completed by the end of 1956, 
so that supply of water to Caltex Refineries may commence by the 
Ist January 1967. 

Of the three drainage schemes included in the First Five- 
Year Plan, the one at Yisakhapatnam has been completed. It 
. is proposed to take up another scheme (Vijayavada) in the current 
year. 

20. It has been decided to introduce the National Water- Rural 
Supply and Sanitation Scheme for rural areas sponsored by the ^**?’^* 
Government in four areas at a cost of Rs. 80 lakhs. The scheme 

^ is eligible for 50 per cent grant from Union Governihent. 



expenditure of Es. 60 lakhs was originally expected to be incurred 
in the current year on the scheme, but owing to certain difficulties, 
more than half the provision is likely to lapse. Necessary provi- 
sion has been made in the Budget for next year. 

Ameliora- 21, The Government have recently sanctioned a scheme for 

Scheduled establishing “The Andhra Scheduled Tribes Finance and Develop- 
tribes. ment Corporation Limited”. The main objects of the corporation 
are to provide credit facilities to members of the Scheduled Tribes 
and to arrange for the marketing of their agricultural and other 
produce, to supply their agricultural needs and to encourage 
thrift and mutual help among them. The corporation will have, 
for the present, two main depots, one at Narisipatnam in Viaakha- 
patnam district and the other at Kurupam in Srikakulam 
district. Sub-depots will be located in six centres in 
Visakhapatnam and Srikakulam districts. A Special Officer has 
been appointed for completing the preliminary work connected 
with this Corporation and fur getting it registered under the 
Indian Companies Act, 1030. The Union Government have 
sanctioned a grant of Rs. 3 lakhs for the purchase of vehicles and 
construction of godowns for the Corporation. 

As the Director of Social Welfare, who is now in charge of 
the Scheduled Tribes in addition to his work relating to Scheduled 
Castes and Backward Glasses, is not able to pay much attention 
to Tribal Welfare work, it has been decidsfl to have a separate 
Director of Tribal Welfare with head-quarters at ICakinada. He 
will be assisted by two Deputy Directors whose headquarters will 
bo at Araku and Bhadraohalam. 

The Second-Five Year Plan aims at developing the Scheduled 
areas by laying roads and by providing water for irrigation and 
also drinking. Anti-malarial operations will be extended and 
more schools and medical .facilities will be provided. Some of 
these schemes will be eligible for Central grants. 

Scheduled 22. Honenrable Members are aware of the several measures 

CSlStOS HIIQ ' 

Backward DOW adopted by the Government for amelioration of Scheduled 
classes. Castes. A sum of Rs. 6 1 -20 lakhs has been provided in the next 
year’s Budget for these measures, including Rs. 9-49 lakhs fot 
scholarships and stipends to pupils studying in educational insti* 
tutions. During the Second Plan period, these measures will he 
continued and hew schemes like housing, cottage industries, sup||l^ ’ 
of midday meal to children of backward classes in welfare 8oho6i0^ 
etc., will be taken up. 

tod Aftimal Production of foodgrains in the State has increhs®®. 

ftom' 40*69 lakhs tons in 1060-31 to 44‘0O lakhs tons in 



m 

We are in a position to supply foodgraius to otber States ' 
to export fine varieties of rioe abroad. 

Schemes for seed multiplication and distribution and for 

purchase and distribution of tractors, oil engines and electric 
motors on hire purchase system will be continued on a large scale. 

The tractor workshops at Holagu'ndiand Bapatlawillbe expanded. 
It is proposed to open new Research Stations for fruits and 
vegetables with assistance from the Indian Council of Agricultural 
Research, At the end of the Second Five Year Plan period, it is 
expected there will be increase in tlie production of sugarcane, 
oilseeds and ^tton by 9’85 lakhs tons, 1'73 lakhs tons and 
2,000 bales respectively. It is also expected that 86,000 acres of 
land will be reclaimed through Soil Conservation during the 
Second Plan period. 

A new Veterinary College was started in July 1965, with the 
First Year course in Agricultural College buildings, Bapatla, as a 
temporary arrangement. The question of construction of a 
permanent college at a suitable place is under consideration. The 
Rinderpest eradication campaign sponsored by the Government 
of India is now in progress in the six districts south of the River 
Krishna. Provision has been made for continuance of the 
compaign during 1956-67 in the existing six districts, a.nd also 
for its extension to other districts north of the River Krishna, so 
that the cattle of the entire State may be protected. 

24. During the First Plan period, loans were given thro'^gh 
oo-operative housing societies for the construction of houses. 
1,319 houses in urban areas and 125 houses in rural areas were 
constructed. Besides, 637 houses in urban areas and 52 in rural 
areas are under construction. Other activities included mainte- 
nance of training institutes, grant of loans for godowns and super- 
vision of special societies like milk supply societies. 

Honourable members are no doubt familar with the recommen 
dations of the All India Rural Credit Survey Committee. Our 
main task in the field of Co-operation during the next plan period 
will be to give effect to these recommendations. To begin with, 
& pilot scheme is proposed to be undertaken in select areas in 
Kurnool, West Godavari and Visakhapatnam Districts, as soon 
as the necessary assurance of financial assistance from Reserve 
Bank of India and the Union Government is received. The 
essential features of the, pilot scheme are (a) a contribution to the 
share capital of iarge-siaed credit societies, Co-operative Oentral 


Co-opera- 
tion and 
housing. 



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Banks and Co-operative Marketing Societies; (h) subsidizing the 
cost of supervisory staff employed by large-sized credit sooietieg 
and marketing societies; and (c) grant of loans and subsidies for 
construction of godowns, the installation of processing plants by 
marketing societies, etc. 

In pursuance of the recommendations already mentioned, 
the Government of India are expected to pass shortly legislation 
to set up a National Co-operative Development' Board, a 
Central Ware-Housing Corporation and State Ware-Housing 
Corporations whose primary responsibilities will be to strengthen 
the Co-operative Marketing Organization and to provide adequate 
storage facilities through godowns and ware-hodbes. It is pro- 
posed to establish a Ware-Housing Corporation in this State 
during 1956-67 after legislation has been passed by the Govern’ 
ment of India and necessary financial assistance has been given 
to the State. A token provision has also been made in the budget. 


Industries 26, A State Financial Corporation has been established with 
Handfoom an authorised capital of Es. 2 crores and an issued capital of 
Industry, lakhs, of whioi the State Government have provided 

Rs. 20 lakhs and the Reserve Bank of India Es. 10 lakhs. 
Financial accommodation for large, medium and small-scale 
industries in the State will be greatly faoiIitate<i through the 
Corporation. During the current year, 18 schemes relating to 
the small scale industries costing Rs. 14*20 lakhs non-recurring 
and Rs. 10*90 lakhs recurring have been sanctioned. Central 
assistance in the form of grants to the extent of Rs. 4*13 lakhs 
and loans to the extent ofRs.9*66 lakhs has been granted. A scheme 
for the construction of additional buildings and for manufacture 
of electrical porcelain insulators at the Government Ceramic 
Factory has been sanctioned in the current year. Arrangements 
have been made to undertake at the factory, the manufacture 
of large number of 18* water closets. 

As regards the private sector, licences have been issued by 
the Government of India for 4 new Spinning Mills including « 
Co-operative Spinning Mill of cotton growers at Tadpatri, two 
sugar factories, three cement factories, a Ferro Manganese plant 
and a factory in the manufacture of super phosphate and misM 
fertilizers. Expansion of the existing cement and sugar factoito 
has also been sanctioned by the Government of India. 


During the Second Plan period, expansion of the Ad^i^ 
Paper MHI 0 at Rajahmundry ia opptetuplBted. It is 



to increase the capacity of the mills from 10 tons to 35 tons per day 
and also to produce better varieties of paper. This will involve 
an expenditure of Rs. 20 lakhs towards buildings and equipment, 

The Government have proposed the setting up of 6 sugar factories 
on a Co-operative basis with State participation and loan from 
the Industrial Finance Corporation and these are under the con- 
sideration of the Government of India. A token provision has 
been made in the Budget for this Scheme. 

As regards handloom industry, the working of the Cess 
Fund Scheme has shown appreciable results during the last two 
years. The average monthly sales of weavers’ societies have 
risen from Rs. 11 -02 lakhs during 1953-64 to Rs. 17*X9 lakhs 
during 1965-56. 

26. There are two Community Development projects in theCommttnity 
State, one in the Kakinada-Feddapuram area and the other in the ProJ 
Kt^mool-Cuddapah Canal area. T^ey were inaugurated in Octo- 
ber 1962. The programme originally fixed for these projects 
was for three years, but it has now been extended for Schemes, 
another year, and they will be in operation up to the end of 
September 1956. Besides, two Community Development 
Blocks and 27 National Extension Service Blocks were started in 
Ootober3l954. Eleven out of the twenty-seven National Exten- 
sion Service Blocks were converted into Community Development 
Blocks from the 1st April 1955. At the end of September last, 
the State had two Community Development Projects, 13 Commu- 
nity Development Blocks, and 16 National Extension Service 
Blocks, covering an area of 9,626 square miles and 37'6 lakhs of 
population spread over 2,667 villages. An amount of Rs- 68-93 
lakhs has been spent on the two Community Development Projects, 
of which a, sum of Rs. 38’85 lakhs was realized as voluntary 
contribution from the public in the form of cash, labour and 
materials. The contribution from the people in the National 
Extension Service Blocks also was extremely encouraging. In 
addition to the above blocks which are already in operation, work 
will soon begin on 20 more National Extension Service Blocks. 

11 rnore National Extension Service Blocks will be converted into 
Community Development Blocks with effect from the 1st Apri^ 

1956. By the end of the Second Five-Year Plan period' this 
programme will cover the entire State. According to the phased 
programme, a further allotment of 60 Natiopal Extension Servio© 

BJpeks is expected during 1966r67. 



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S7. I have referred at some length to the programme for 
the next five years under various heads of development. As I 
have already said, the fulfilment of the programme will largely 
depend on the financial resources. The situation will have to he 
reviewed from year to year and the programme phased suitably 
with particular reference to the resources available, 

BUDGET ESTIMATE. 1966-67. 

Rev6nu6 

Account, 88. The figures of Revenue and Expenditure are:— 

1956..57. ^ 


LAKHS, 

Revenue • lit* till tMI Mil ♦«!* **«» »•»» 23,71.42 

Expenditure ,i|t Mil MM Hit MM MM mm mm 26,95.49 

Delloit .... 3,2l07 


As compared with the Revised Estimate for 1965-66, the 
Budget for 1966-57 shows an increase of Rs. 131’86 lakhs unjder 
Revenue and an increase of Rs, 68*43 lakhs under expenditure. 


Increases in Revenue ooour mainly under Union Excise 
Duties, Land Revenue, General Sales Tax, and Tobacco duties, 
partly offset by a decrease under Income-tax. Under ex- 
penditure, there were increases mainly under Irrigation, due 
to provision for flood repairs, under Medical, under Public Health, 
due to larger provision for the National Water-supply Scheme in 
rural areas, and under interest on debt due to provision for 
interest on loans taken in 1966-66. 


New 29. A list of new schemes for which provision has been made 
Schemes year’s Budget is given m Appendix I to the Budget 

Memorandum. I shall mention here some of the important 
schemes which have been provided for. Under Education, provision 
has been made (a) for a grant of Rs. 8*76 lakhs to the Andhra 
University towards the Cost of the new Engineering College 
opened in the current year, (6) for opening new higher elementary 
sohools, middle schools and basic schools (Rs. 3 lakhs) and ( 0 ) for 
the diploma courses in the Engineering Colleges at Kakinada and 
Anantapur (Rs. 3*88 lakhs). Under Publio Health, a suui '^ 
Rs. 1*02 lakhs has been provided for two . additional 
Control units. Under Veterinary, provision has been made for 
a pilot scheme for eradication of rinderpest (Rs. 4.6T 
Provision has been made under “Co-operation” for the 
for expansion and development of rural credit societies ( 
lakhs), A sum, of Rs. 1*27 lakhs HaS beto prdHlsS 




400 


Agriculture for control of pests and diseases and another sum of 
Bs* 1 *04 lakhs for the purchase and distribution of agricultural 
implements and beehives. Provision has also been made for 
grants to local bodies for payment of dearness allowance to staff 
(Rs. 5*00 lakhs), for village communications (Rs 3 01 lakhs), 
and for maintenance of major district roads (Rs. 5*60 lakhs). 


30. Legislation has been passed 
measures. 


for the following taxation New Taxa. 

tion Me-a. 
sures. 

Expected 
yield per 
annum* 

Rs. 


LAKHS 

(1) Levy of full assessment on inam lands .... ' .... .... 46 

(2) Levy of additional single-point tax on mill-made cloth .... 

and precious stones .... .... 50 

(3) Levy of purchase tax on unmanufactured tobacco and 

sales tax on cheaper varieties of manufactured tobacco^ 

such as beedies, etc. .... .... 60 

(4) Surcharge on land revenue * 45 

(5) Revision of the scale of court-fees and suits valuation .... 15 

Total ... 216 


Surcharge on land revenue will be in force temporarily for 
a period of one year and will be replaced by a scheme of standar- 
dization of land revenue and increase of water rates which are 

V 

together expected to yield more than Bs. 45 lakhs per annum. 

In addition to the measures mentioned above, legislatidh 
has been passed for the levy of betterment contribution on lands 
benefiting from irrigation works costing over Bs. 1 lakh and for 
the levy of compulsory water-cess on lands benefited by irriga- 
tion works recently executed. These two measures are expected 
to bring in revenue only from the second year of the next Han 
period. There is little scope in this State for increasing the 
revenue from non-tax sources except to a very limited extent in 
regard to Forest revenue. Even in regard to Forests, steps have 
been taken to augment revenue wherever possible, e.g., by 
enhancing the rate of grazing fees. In order to increase the 
resources of local bodies, the rate of surcharge payable ou stamp 
duty for the transfer of immovable property has recently been 
increased. A Committee has been appointed to , go into tbe 
working of the Sales Tax Act with particular reference to the pro- 
blem of tax evasion. On receipt of its’ recommendations, stepfe will 
be tsk^ to amend theOmieral Sales Tax Act suitably. Ibe Qovern- 



401 


ment have decided to raise the rate of cess' on sugarcane froui 
Re. 1 to Rs. 3 per ton. An additional revenue of about Rs. Hi 
lakhs per annum is anticipated from this measure. It is proposed 
to constitute a Fund to which the proceeds of the cess will be 
credited. Expenditure on schemes for the devejiopment of sugar- 
cane cultivation will be financed from the Fund. It is proposed 
to increase the rate of tax on motor spirit other than petrol from 
Re. 0-1-6 to Re. 0-3-0 per gallon. An additional revenue of about 
Rs. 9 lakhs pet annum is anticipated from this measure. 

Capital Es. 31 , A sum of Rs. 16‘48 orores has been provided in the 

penditure. 

next year 8 Budget for capital expenditure as shown below:— 


Rs, 

^ . LAKHS, 

65. Compensation to landholders on tho abolition of ssamindaris >... 20.40 

68. Irrigation Schemes 4,40.29 

70. Capital outlay on improvement of Public Health .... 41.04 

71. Capital outlay on schemes of Agricultural improvements and 

research .... ...: .... 30.39 

72. Capital outlay on Industrial Development .... 19.91 

80- A. Capital outlay on Multi-purpose River Schemes 

(Nagarjunasagar) .... .... 1,80.00 

81. Capital account of Civil Works «« 1,81.68 

81 - A. Capital outlay on Electricity Schemes 5,69.46 

82. Capital account of other works ..«• «... .... .1.. ...I .««• 22.04 

83. Commuted value of pensions 6.95 

8S«A. Capital outlay on State Schemes of Government Trading 35.72 


Total MM 15,47.88 

The Budget Estimate for 1950-67 includes provision for the 
following important Irrigation and Electricity Schemes:— 

Budget MstimaUi 
1956^67. 

Rs* 

• Mmh-pu^pdu 

* (Nagarjunasagar Project) *... *iU .... MM iMt 1*80*00 * 

Irrigation. 

Tungabhadra .... *.,♦ .... .... 69*27 

Krishna RegulatQr«c^m«b ridge M.. .])). .... OH 82.27 

' Kurnool-Cuddapah Canal .... 1,49.61 

Budget Bshimih 
1986.57. 

He* 

LAKBSs 

Upper Pennaf Project .... .... .... .... 3.76 

Bhairavanithippa Project .... .... .... 33.89 

Rallapad Project (Second stage) .m. ... 4.23 

Other Irrigations Schemes in scarcity areas. 4i.» mM ...i .M. 59.94 

Special Minor Irrigation Frogfamthe .m« ,m. .... .... .m. 3.12 

Other items .... m.. o., .... .... .... .... 24.29 

Pension and pfo rata charges I.H .... .... Ml. MM 10,30 ) 

V ' I*"' I - , ^ 

■ ' ' ' 



i 

402 

Etectrioity. 

Machkund 3,11.02 

Tuiigabhadra 1,75.28 

Chittoor 39.49 

Nellore 43.67 

Total .... 5,69.46 

/ 

Provision has been made for a few new schemes under Capital 
heads also. The more important of them are mentioned below. 

Under “Agriculture”, provision has been made for (a) the supply 
of tractors, oil engines and electric motors to agriculturists under 
hire-purchase system (Rs. 20-60 lakhs), and (6) sinking filter 
point tube wells (Es. 1-37 lakhs). A sum of Rs. 11 lakhs has 
been provided towards the cost of upgrading roads to be taken 
over from district boards. A token provision of Rs. 100 has been 
made for each of the following schemes: (i) establishment of a 
State Warehousing Corporation, (ii) investments towards share 
capital of a co-operative spinning mill to be started at Tadpatri, 

(iii) investments towards share' capital of co-operative' sugar 
factories and (iv) construction of a new building for the District 
Headquarters Hospital, Anantapur. 

32. The following are the main items of loans and advances ^ 
for which provision has been made in the next year’s Budget:— Advances 

Budget Sstimate^ 

1956.57. 

' Rsi 

LAKHS. 

d) AdvaiiCds to euUlvStCi'S .... 1,01.24 

(2) Loans for the purchase of ohemioal manures .... 1,25.00 

43) Loans to Municipalities for water .supply and drainage 

schemes and for other purposes .... 72.22 

(4) Short.term loans to the Andhra Co.operative Central 

Land Mortgage Bank 4S.00 

(5) Advance, a to Weavers’ Co.operative Societies 31.94 ^ 

(6) Loans under National Extension Service and (immunity 

Development Projects and blocks 90.91 

(7) Other items • )l« 1 .aSS *<«* .IIS <.«• .IIS 19.83 

Total .... ^86.14 

It has been assumed that a feital loan of Ra. 16 91 ororrat wiU 
be given by the Govssument of India in the ensuing yeat fm- th9 
following purposes 



40d 

Budget Bsthnaie^ 

1956.57. 

Rs. 

LAKHS. 

(1) t*urcliase and distribution of ammonium sulphate 3,01.65 

(2) Irrigation Works in scarcity areas 1,46.00 

(3) Loans to Municipalities for Water, supply and 

Drainage Schemes • •• •••• 72.22 

(4) Gosthani Water-supply Scheme 41.04 

(5) Grow More Food Schemes 43.69 

(6) Special Minor Irrigation Programme .... 14.29 

(7) Loans from Handloom Cess Fund .... . .. 31.94 

(8) Community Projects, Community Development and National 

Extension Service 91.23 

(9) Nagarjunasagar Project .... 1,80,00 

(10) Special Development Fund .... 6,69.07 

Total .... IS^LU 


On the disbursements side, provision has been made for the 
repayment of the loans taken from the Government of India for 
various purposes. The principal items are (a) loans for the pur* 
chase of chemical manures (Bs. 322 ’60 lakhs), (&) instalments of 
principal of loans repayable on the equated payment system 
(Rs. 98’60 lakhs) and (c) this Government’s share of the repay- 
ment of the Madras Government 3 per cent loan, 1966 (Bs. 
45*04 lakhs). 

Ways and 33. On the basis of the figures given above for loans to be 
taken from the Union Government, capital expenditure, loans 
and advances, loans to be repaid to the Central Government, 
etc., the ways and means position will be as follows : 


Budgst Bstirmtt, 

1956.57. 

Rs. 

* LAKHS. 

(а) Opsmn4 bslanca iiU .Via «*.. iu. ..li 53.13 

(б) Revenue deficit .... .... 3|24*07 

(c) Capital expenditure 15,47,88 

(d) Doans from the Union Government .... .... .... 15,91.13 

(e^ Open market loan 6,00.00 

(/) Repayment of loans to the Union Government and to the / 

Madras Government *• • -iU *fi» 4,66.14 


{g) Loans and advances by the State Government (net 
disbursements) «... ...» .... .... 

(Hy Other debt, deposits, etc,, Heads (net) .... 




»♦»« 



S4, The appointment of the next Finance Commission Finanea 
under Article 280 (1) of the Constitution is due in 1956-57.^°”””^®®^““ 
Honourable Members are aware that the appointment of the 
Chairman has already been announced. I am sure Honourable 
members of the House will share my hope that the Commission 
will consider the growing financial burden of the States for improv- 
ing the standard of social services and that the Commisdon’s 
recommendations will add substantially to the revenues of 
the States. 


36, As already indicated, even after introduction of the Further 
additional taxation measures mentioned in paragraph 30, there 
is a Eevenue deficit of Rs. 324 lakhs and an overdraft of Bs. 267 
lakhs, It is imperative that we should devise further measures 
to reduce the Revenue defiet. This Sales Tax Inquiry Committee 
to which a reference has already been made is expected to sub- 
mit its report by the end of April 1955. We trust that, as a 
result of the Committee’s recommendations, it will be possible to 
increase the yield from sales-tax appreciably. Apart from this, 
Government may have to consider other measures for improving 
the State’s revenues. I appeal to you, as elected representatives 
of the people, to lend your full co-operation to the Government 
in their attempt to augment the resources of the State and to 
strengthen the State financially.' 

36. I wish to take this opportunity to express our gratitude 
to Shri Chintamani Deshmukh, Finance Minister, Government of 
India, for the substantial assistance granted to us in the current 
year to finance Irrigation and Electricity Schemes and to the 
Reserve Bank of India for having given us temporary accommoda- 
tion on ocoassions when the ways and means position was difficult. 

37. In August 1955, the Andhra State raised an open 
market loan for the first time. The response was very encouraging 
and I wish to express our gratitude to the people of Andhra for 
their support. In order to implement the Second Five-Year 
Plan, we shall have to go to the market for further loans. It is 
hoped that the people of Andhra will continue to give their 
active and generous support to the Government in their efforts 
to raise resources. 

38. I also wish to place on record the oontinued vigilance 
which Sri V. K. Rao, Finance Secretary, has ably kept on the 
financial position of the State and advised us on measures for 
economy and strengthening our resources. 

' I also thank Sri T. B. Vemraraghavaohari, Deputy Secre- 
tary, who has served us couscieatiously since the inc^tiJU?. of the 
Audbm State, 



405 

APPENDICES. 


Appendix I— Summary of the financial and ways and meane position from 
1953-54 (Second half year) to 1956-57. 

Appendix TI— Analysis of Eevenue and Expenditure on Eevenue Account. 

Appendix III— Statement showing the debt position. 

Appendix IV— Statement shotting the repayments of loans. 

Appendix V— Abstract of the First Five-Year Plan. 

Appendix VI— Abstract of the Second Five-Year Plan, 




APPENDIX 1. 


Summary of the Finanoial and ways and means position of Andhra State 
FROM 1953'»54 (Second Harf Year) to 1956—57. 



1953-54, 

1954-53. 

1955-56 

1956-57, 


{2nd half 

(Accmnts) 

{Revised 

{Budget 


yw 

SstinmU) 

Estimate) 


Ac(mnU) 



(1) . 

m 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 


Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 


Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs, 

Lakhs, 

Opening balance (A) ... 

1.(0 

800 34 

85-87 

53-13 

Revenue Account 




■ 

Revenue 

11,29-89 

19,82-35 

22,39-56 

23,71-42 

Expenditure 

12.43-77 

25,0002 

26,37-06 

26,95-49 

Deficit (B) 

1,13-88 

5,17.67 

3,97-50 

3,24-07 

Capital Expenditure;— 





Capital outlay excluding State 
Schemes of Government Trading 

3,68-73 

12,57 23 

14,94-61 

15,12-16 

State Schemes of Government 
Trading 

—1,51-30 

—40-42 

69-34 

35-72 





Total (C) ... 

2,17-43 

\ 

12,16-81 

15,63-85 

15,47-88 

Loans and advances (net dis> 
bursements) (D) 

5-96 

1,46-73 

1,89-24 

1,88-31 





Public Debt 





Loans received from the 
Union Government 

6,85-65 

13,62-35 

17,70-54 

15,91-13 

Loans raised in the open market 

2,45-49 


4,95-93 

6,00-00 

JDedttcf— Repayment of loans 

—15-03 

—3,28-23 

—1,45-61 

—4,73-58 

■ Net(E) ... 

9,16-11 

10,34-02 

21,20-96 

17,17-45 

Contingency Fund (F) 

40-00 

-2-65 

2-65 

... 

Other debt, deposit, remittance etc. 1,80.50 

1,35-39 

—15-76 

17-69 

transactions (G) 





, 8,00-34 

85-87 

63-13 

—2,66-99 

Closing balance(H) [(A) + (E) + 

(F) + (G)-(B)-(C)-(D).) 



- — — — 

, — , — ... 



407 


APPENDIX 11. 

An Analysis of Revenub and Exfinpittibb on R^bventtb Aooount. 

A Jievenue. 



Aocomta 



Percentage 


1933^54 

Accounts 

Revmd Stieget to total 

Dmnpion of Ueim^ 

(Second 

4954-55. 

esimate estimate revenue 

six 


4955-5(1 4956^57 inrespect 


month) 



ofeohrm{5) 

( 1 ) 

(3) 

(3) 

( 4 ) 

(!5) (6) 


Rs, 

Rs. 

RS( 

Rsn 


Lakhs. 

Lakhs, 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

I, Share of Central Revenue 
from Income-tax, Union 
‘ Excise Duties and 
Estate Duty. 

2 . 82-46 

4 , 24*61 

4 , 36*29 

4 , 31*08 




u. T- iinrr,.^ 

Total ... 

2 , 22'46 

4 , 24*61 

4 , 36*29 

4 , 31*08 18*1 

11 . Principal Heads of Revenue: — 




Land revenue (include 
ing portion due to irri- 

3 , 96-60 

4 , 70*26 

6 , 10-90 

6 , 08*90 

gation. 

State Excise Duties ... 

2-37 

7*08 

7*17 

7*12 

Stamps 

98*15 

1 , 64*13 

1 , 60*86 

1 , 76*86 

Forest 

10-66 

38 * 1.7 

42*89 

43*51 

Registration .. 

Receipts from motor 

13*27 

33*33 

32*02 

83-02 

vehicles 

75-27 

1 , 58*72 

1 , 61*81 

1 , 61*34 

Other taxes and duties:- 

- 

General Sales-tax 

1 , 37-37 

2 , 80*96 

3 , 13*60 

S.C.'J-SO 

Receipts under the Sale 
of Motor Spirit Taxa- 

24-37 

48*38 

60*04 

62-04 

tion Act ... ... 

Other items ' 

21*82 

48*89 

64*50 

67-84 

Total ... 

7 , 88*68 

12 , 40*42 

13 , 33*78 

14 , 66*21 61*8 

III. Receipts from electricity schemes:- 




(Net after deducting 
working expenses) 

- 15*72 

19*06 

69*92 

71-20 

Total ... 

- 16*72 

19-05 

69*92 

7 D 20 3-0 

IV. Grants from the Central Government : — 



Gro'W More Food and 
other Development 
Schemes. 

21*26 

24-43 

20*79 


Community Develop- 
ment Projects and Com- 

2*38 

20*48 

33*64 

30*18 

munity Development 
Blocks. 





Local Development ... 

8*29 

16*61 

66*00 

36*00 

Works. 

National Extension S^r- 

7’48 

vm 

10*61 

41*73 


^ Tic?i §oIiem«s, 



A. Bevenue — Cent. 

Accounts Percentage 

1953-6i. f Revised Budget to total 

Description of Item. (Second jqir... estimate, estimate, revenue 

six ' 1955-56. 1956-57. in respect 

months) . of column {5 


(1> 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 

(5) 


Ks. 

Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 


Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Grants for special develop- 
ment schemes for the wel- 
fare of Scheduled Tribes 
under article 276 of the 
Constitution. 

7.60 

12.03 

18.00 

19.22 

Grants from Handloom 
Cess Fund 

0.53 

14.31 

sf* 


Other central grants (for 
amelioration of criminal 


t 

37.80 

47.V.2 


• tribes, National Filaria 
Control Scheme and edu* 
cational schemes inclnd> 
ed in the Five-Year Plan 
-National Water-sup- 
ply and Sanitation 
Schemes for rural areas, 
etc.) 


Total ... 

V. Receipts under other 
heads ... ... 

47.54 

89.42 

1,86.64 

1,73.32 

7.4 

86.93 

2,08.85 

2,12.93 

2,30.61 

9.7 

Grand Total ... 

11,29.89 19,82.36 22,39.66 

23,71.42 

100 

B. Expenditure on Revenue 

Account. 



I. Nation-building Services- 






Irrigation 

77.12 

168.25 

154.32 

144.39 


Education ... 

2,47.34 

4,49.02 

4,66.16 

4,64.67 


Medical ... 

35.93 

94.51 

96.03 

1,08.68 


Public health 

28.36 

63.28 

60.28 

90.82 


Agriculture 

'42.18 

76.59 

81.00 

87.19 


Veterinary 

9.47 

22.70 

29.00 

28.22 


Co-operation 

13.87 

45.11 

31.00 

36,17 


Industries 

17.16 

40.82 

63.00 

69,57 


Civil Works 

1,73.79 

2,68j19 

2,31.73 

1,79.20 - 


Electricity 

66.32 

u- 

1,01.65 

.94.23 

' ■ 

1,00.68 



* The grants received are being shown as deduction of expenditure under 
the service head coneemed with effect from 1955-66. * 


fliicladed under 'G, M. F. fmd other Developfflotit Sd^emee’, 



Accounts 

1953-54. 

Description of iteins* (Second 

six 

months). 

Accounts, 

1954-55. 

litviscd 

estimate^ 

1955-5(L 

Percentage 
Budget, to total 

csliumtc, revenue 

1956-57. in respect 
ofcolunin(5) 

(1) (2) 

(3) 

0) 

(5) (6) 

Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 


B. Expenditure on Revenue Account — Cont. 

Commanity Development 4.41 63.76 1,21.19 1,36.31 

(C. P., C. D. and N. E. S. 

Kooks) and Local Deve- 
lopment Works 

Amelioration of Scheduled 33.40 101.08 100.02 87.60 

Tribes, castes, etc. 


Total ... 7,49.35 14,84.96 15,05.96 15,32.20 63.4 


II. Direct demands on 104.01 226.66 249.18 267.89 9*0 

/ revenue (or charges 
of administration 
relating to the prin- 
cipal heads of re- 
venue). 

HI. Other heads (Ge* 485.20 975.62 10,68.66 10,78.21 37.6 

neral administra- 
tion,. Administra- 
tion of justice, po- 
lice, etc.). 


Grand Total... 13,38.66 26,87.23 28,13.80 28,68.30 100 


Note . — ^The figures include working expenses on irrigation and electricity. 


Capital expenditure outside the revenue account. 
Nation building services — 


Irrigation 

120.50 

331.08 

621.80 

620.29 


Electricity 

173 62 

726.64 

628.90 

669.46 


Industrial development 

0.61 

2.11 

5.46 

41.95 


Agricultural improve- 

• « • 

48.17 

40.00 

30,39 


ments and research. 






Civil worfe 

67.06 

118.61 

123.69 

181.68 


Improvement of public 

'hpkalf.'h 

... 


46.77 

41.04 


- Total ... 

361.68 

12,26.41 

14,66.61 

14,84.81 

96.9 

. Other services ... - 

-144.26 

—9,60 

87.24 

68.07 

4,1 

Grand TotaU.. 

217.43 

12,16.81 

16,63.86 

16,47.88 

109.1 



• 4i(i 
APPENDIX III, 

Statement sHowiira the debt position. 


A. Loans raised by the Composite Madras State before the 1st October 1953. 


Amount out- Andhra’s share, 
standing on ’^[Provisional) 
30th Septem- 
ber 1953. 

Amount expected 
to be outstanding 
on 31st 
March 1956. 

Rs. 

Lakhs. 

(1) (2) 

Rs. 

Lakhs. 

(3) 

Rs. 

Lakhs. 

(^) 

(а) Open Market Loans — 

(i) 4 per cent Madras Loan, 1963 10,33*04 

(ii) Other open market loans ... 24,21*02 

(б) Loans from the Central Govt, 69,49*46 

3,07*00 

8,71-57 

21,36-96 

1 11,28-93 

20,41:82 

Total ... 94,03 6J 

33,15-53 

31,70*75 


*[Pendiiig final allocation of the Public Debt of the Composite Madras 
State among the three successor States, provisional allocation has been made 
on the basis of population.] 

B. Loans raised by the Andhra Government on or after the 1st October 1953, 

I. Open Mabkbt Loans. 


Amount expected 

When issued. Description Total amount to be outstanding on 
of Loan. issued, 31st March 1936, 


Remarks. 


Rs. ^ Es. 

Lakhs. Lakhs. 


August, 1965 4 per cent 4,95-93 
Andhra 
State Deve- 
lopment 
Loan, 1967. 


4,96'93 Pinal figures 
awaited from 
Reserve Bank 
of Lidia. 



» 



ll. LOANS FROM 

THE CENTRAL GOVBUNMWNT- 

-Cont. 

Description, of the loan. 

Total 

amount. 

AmomU 
expected to 
be out- 
standmj on 

3ht March 

1956. 

liemarks. 

(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 


Es. 

Es. 



Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 



1953-54 (Second six months). 


1 Scheme for the utilisation of 0-38 
urban compost. 


2 Development of Handloom 16 '21 
Industry (loan from the 
Cess fund). 


3 For advancing loans to 22 3‘52 

Development Blocks under 
the National Extension 
Service. 

4 For development of minor 0*17 

ports. 


6 Permanent improvements in 4*00 
scarcity areas. 


6 For meeting the expenditure 3,75*00 
on approved irrigation and 
electricity projects in 1953- 
54. 

k 


0*24 Tlc'j)ayable in five annual 
0 (iiiatc(l inhtalnicnts with 
interest at :}-5/8 per cent 
per annum commencing 
from February 1955. 

7*71 Interest free. Es. 12*84 
lakhs repayable in five 
annual instalments. Es. 
3*21 lakhs repayable in 
two annual instalments. 
Es. 0*16 lakh repayable 
within one year (Eepaid 
on 14th November 1966). 
3*05 Eepayable in twelve annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4-1/8 per cent 
per annum commencing 
from February 1966, 

0*17 Interest free for the first 
12 years and repayable in 
18 annual equated instal- 
ments with interest a« 
4-1/2 per cent per annum. 
4*00 Interest free for the first 
5 years, repayable in 
twenty-five annual equa- 
ted instalments with 
interest at 4-1/2 per cent 
per annum commencing 
from 1969-00. 

3,75*00 Repayable in seven equa- 
ted annual instalments 
commencing from lOSt- 
68. Carries interest at 4 
per cent per annum. 
Interest payable from the 
date of drawal. 



411 


II. LOAKS PBOM THE! OBNTBilt QOVEBNMENT — Cont. 


Description of the 


Total 

amount, 

Amount 
es^pected to 
be out- 
standing on ■ 
$Ut March 
1956. 

Bernards. 

(1) 


(8) 

(3) 

(4) 



BS. 

BS. 




LAKHS, 

LAKHS. 


1953-54 (Second six 

months)— cowi. 

7 Value of the stock of food- 
grains, fertilisers, pipes 
and fittings and iron and 
steel, etc., held in Andhra 
area on Ist October 1953 
(treated as short-term 
loan). 

l,899l 

... Repaid on 29th October 

1954. (Interest at 3 per 
cent per annum). 


8 Loan for the purchase and 
distribution of fertilisers. 

2S‘62 

• • • 

Repaid in December 1964. 
(Interest at 3-1/8 percent 
per annum). 

9 Purchase of debentures of 
the Central Co-operative 
Land Mortgage Bank. 

8-46 

8-46 

Repayable within twenty 
years with interest at the 
rate of 4-1/4 per cent per 
annum. 

10 Construction of tube-wells 
with filter points. 

S-72 

2-90 

Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4 per cent per 
annum. 

11 Lift Irrigation Schemes. 
(Hire purchase system). 

6-81 

4-98 

Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4 per cent per 
annum. 

12 Special Minor Irrigation 
Schemes. 

35-27 

31-74 

Repayable in fifteen an- 
nual equated instalments 
with interest at 4-1/4 per 
cent per annum. 

13 P. W. Irrigation Schemes 

6-12 

5-61 

Do. 

14 Lift Irrigation Schemes 

1-65 


Repaid on 6th November 
1964. (Interest at 3 per 

.1 



cent per annum). 

16 Tractor reclamation sche- 
mes. (Hire purchase 

system.) 

6-81 

0.69 

Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4 per cent per 
annum. 

16 Construction of temporary 
oapitaj at Kumool, 

13-48 

13-43 

Repayable at the end of 
16 years with interest at 
4-1/8 per cent per annum. 



m 

II. LOAIJS FROM TEE CENTRAL QOVEBNMENT- Cont. 


Tof^l Amotint 

Deseripiion of tlie lorn- amoimt. exppotrd fo Rmttrl's, 

h‘ QUt- 
stuwHng an 
H Ui March 

ma. 

' ( 1 ) m ( 3 ) ( 4 ) 

RS. RSI» 

LAKHS. LAKHS, 

1954 - 55 . 


. 1 Loan for Cotton Extension 1 *60 
Scheme. 

2 Development of Handloom 27*66 

Industry. 

3 Share in National ^*lan 2,50'00 

Loan 


4 Loan from Special Develop- 6,00*C0 
ment Fund for financing 
Development Schemes in 
the State Plan during 
1954-65. 


6 For re-lendiqg to small 2*00 
scale industries. 


6 Loan for the purchase and 1,27*89 
distribution of fertilisers. 


7 Loans for Community De- 8 78 

velopment Blocks, Natio- 
nal Extension Services 
areas, etc. 

* 

8 Dfevelopment of Handloom 2*78 

i«4wrfiry. 


... Repaid with interest at 
2-1/4 per cent jior annum. 

22,98 Interest free. Repayable 
in five annual equal in- 
stalments. 

2,50*00 Repayable on the 1st Oc- 
tober 1965. Interest 
alone payable half-yearly 
at 3-7/8 per cent per 
annum, 

6,00*00 Repayable in seven ann- 
ual equated instalments 
commencing from 1958- 
69. Carries interest at 
4 per cent per annum. 
Interest payable from 
the date of drawal. 

1*83 Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments, with' 
interest at 3-3/4 per cent 
per annum, 

1,27*89 Repayable within a period 
of 18 months from ‘the 
date of drawal. The re- 
payment falls due on or 
before 6 th June 1966. 
Carries interest at 3-1/8 
per cent per annum. 

8*44 Repayable in twelve «n« 
nual equated instalment- 
with interest at 4-1/8 per 
cent per annum. 

1*69 Interest free. RepayaHer*-, 
in two equal annualin 
etnlmentt- 



11. LOANS raOM fHE CBNTBAL OOVNBNMNNT— Cont. 

Total Amount 

Description of the loan, amount, expected to Memarks, 

be out- 
standing on 
31st March 

im 

(1) (2) (S) (4) 

Rs. Re, 

Lakhs. Lakhs, 


9 Tractor reclamation sche- 26'00 
mes. (Hire purchase 
system). 

10 Loan under the National 25*00 

Water-supply and sanita- 
tion scheme. 

11 For development of minor 1*83 

ports. 


12 Schemes for expansion of 40 00 
power facilities for relief 
of unemployment. 


13 Loan for purchase and dis- 77‘11 
tribution of fertilizers. 


14 Construction of tube wells 12'50 
with filter points. 


16 Lift irrigation schemes. lO'OO 
. (Hire purchase system). 

16 For the establishment of a 0'20 
Central Sales Emporium 
at Vijayavada, for Cot- 
tage Ipd^striest 


22*92 Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4 per cent per 
annum. 

24*69 Repayable in 30 annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4-1/2 per cent 
per annum. 

1*83 Interest free for the first 
12 years and repayable 
in 18 annual equated 
instalments with interest 
at 4-1/2 per cent per 
annum. 

40*00 Repayable in twenty-five 
annual equated instal- 
ments with interest at 
4-1/2 per cent per annum 
commencing from 1960-6 1 

77*1 1 Repayable within a period 
of 18 months from the 
date of drawal. The 
repayment falls due on or 
before 30th September 
1956 with interest at 3-1/8 
per cent per annum. 

4*61 Repayable in ten annual 
equated instalments with 
interest at 4 per cent per 
annum. * 

6*44 Ho. 

... Repayable on or before SIst 
March 1966 with interest 
at 3-1/2 pep cent -per 
mmUf , 



n. tiOANS jnsoM the oentkaIi ooverhmunt — eont. 
Total Amount 

Description of the loan, amount, ev^pecied to Emarhs, 
^ ‘ be ont- 

. standing on 

31st March. 




1956 


(1) 

(2) 

( 3 ) 

(4) 


Rs. 

Rs. 



Lakhs. 

Lakhs. 


17 Scheme for permanent im- 

70.00 

70,00 

Interest free for the 

provement of scarcity 



first five years. Re- 

areas. 



payable in twenty- 


five annual equated 
instalments with inte* 
rest at 4-1/2 per cent 
per annum commen- 
cing from 1060-61. 

18 Ways and means advance 80.00 ... Repaid on Slst March 

1055 with interest at 
3 per cent per annum. 

1955-56. 

1 Loan for the purchase and 49.20 49.20 Repayable within 18 

distribution of fertilizers. months from the date 

of drawal. The repay- 
ment falls due on or 
before 23rd November 
1966 with interest at 
3-1/8 per cent per 
annum. 

2 Financing expenditure on 7,00.00 7,00.00 Repayable in seven 

approved plan schemes in annual equated instal- 

1966-58. ments commencing 

from 1969-60. Carries 
interest at 4 per cent 
per annum. Interest 
payable from the date 
of drawal. 

3 Medium and short-term loan 20.00 20.00 Repayable in five an- 

for Agricultural purposes. nual equated instal- 

ments with interest at 
3-5/8 per cent pet 
annum. 

, 4 Loan for cotton extension 0,60 ... Repayable on or before 

schemes. Slst Maroh 1966, with 

interest at 3 pet bent 
per annum. 

u -Ldian for the purchase and 68.30 68.30 ll^payable within 18 

^ distribution of fertilisiers, , • moftthefrom 



4i6 


II. LOANS PROM THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT — COnt. 


Descri'ption of the loan. 

Total 

amount. 

Amount 
expected to 
be out- 
standing on 

31st March 
1956. 

Remarks. 

(1> 

(2) 

(3) 

(4) 


BS. 

RS. 



LAKHS. 

LAKHS. 



of drawal. The repay- 
ment falls due on or 
before 14th January 
1957 with interest at 

3- 1/8 per cent per 
annum. 

6 Development of Handloom 18.60 18.60 Interest free. Eepaya- 

Industry. ble in ten annual in- 

stalments commencing 
from two years after 
the date of drawal of 
the loan. 

3.10 3.10 Eepayable in ten equal 

instalments Es. 1.35 
lakhs interest free. 
Es. 1.76 lakhs bears 
interest at 4 per cent 
per annum. 

16.00 16,00 Interest free. Eepaya- 

ble in five equal annual 
instalments. 

0.30 0.30 Interest free. Eepaya- 
ble in two equal an- 

nual instalments. 

1 tfrban W^ter Supply and 25.00 26.00 Eepayable In thirty 

draina^ schemes. annual equated instal- 

ments with interest at 

4- 1/2 cent per 

annum. 

0.74 Eepayable in fifteen 
annual equated instal- 
ments with interest at 
4-1/4 per (»nt per 
annum. 

9 Construction of tube wells 6.00 6.00 Repayable in ten an- 

tilth filter points. nual equated inatal- 

mente wit^ interest at 
. ■ < 4 per cent pep Mauip, 


8 Scheme for the ntilisation l.OO 
of Urban oomposi 



IX. LOANS rnOM THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT— 



Total 

Amount 

Description of the loan. 

amount. 

expected to Remaiks, 

be out- 
standing on 

3l5i March 

1966. 

(1) 

(2) 

(3) (4) 


ns. 

BS. 


LAEHS. 

LAKHS. 

10 Low income group housing 

10.00 

10.00 Repayable in thirt; 

scheme. 


annual equated instal 
ments with interest a 
4-1/2 per cent pe 
annum, the first instal 
ment falling due oi 
31st August 1958. 

11 Grow More Food Schemes 

9.59 

9. .59 Repayable in ten an 
nual equated instal 
ments with interest a1 
4 per cent per annum. 

12 Land colonisation scheme 

0.61 

0,61 Terms awaited. 

1,60.00 Interest free for first 

13 Permanent improvement in 

1,60.00 

scarcity areas. 


five years. Bepayable 
in twenty-five annual 
equated instalments 
with interest at 4-1/2 
per cent per annum 
commencing from 
19C1-82. 

14 Nagarjunasagar project ... 

60.00 

60.00 Terms awaited. 

15 Cotton extension schemes 

0.60 

0.60 Bepayable within eigh- 
teen months with into- 


16 Loans for N. E. S., Commn- ' 26.71 

nity Projects and Commu- 
nity Development Blocks. 


17 For re-lending to small scale 1.3 
Industries. 


rest at 3 per cent pei 
annum. The repay- 
ment falls due on or 
before 23rd June 1967. 

26.71 Bepayable in twelve 
annual equated instal- 
ments with interest 
at 4-1/8 per cent per 
annum. 

1.39 Bepayable in tea 
equated annual in- 
stalments, the first 
instalment to be 
paid in the sseoud 
year following the 
grant of loan. Beans 
interest at 8-3/4 
O0st per (msA 



li. LOANS mom the obntbal govbenment— cofei, 
Total Amount 
Description of the loan, amount expected to 

be out- 


( 1 ) 


( 2 ) 


standing on 
Zlst March 
1966. 

(3) 

BS. BS. 


Remarhs. 


(4) 


LAKHS. 

4.44 


LAKHS 

4.44 


18 Construction of hostels for 

the students of Engineer- 
ing Colleges at Anantapur 
and Kakinada. 

19 Loan for the purchase and 

distribution of fertilizers. 


4-00 4‘00 


43*78 43*78 


20 Other items 


6,48*72 5,43*72 


Bepayable in ten 
equated annual in- 
stalments the first 
instalment to be 
paid in the second 
year following the 
grant of loan. Bears 
interest at 4 per 
cent per annum. 
Interest free. Repayable 
in thirty three annual 
instalments. 

Repayable within eighteen 
months from the date of 
drawal. The repayment 
falls due on or before 16th 
July 1967 with interest 
at 3-1/8 per cent per 
annum. 

Loans expected to be 
drawn before 31st March 
1966 as per revised esti- 
mate for 1956-66. 


Total— B. II 


38,31*92 34,87*94 


Shmmaby. 

Total outstanding Loans raised 
on ZOth September during 1953-64 
1963. to 1966-56. 


( 1 ) 


( 2 ) 

BS. 

LAKHS. 

11,78*57 

21,36.96 


PreparUtion Loans t 
Open Market Loans ... 
Government of India loans 
Post‘Pa/rUtion Loans : 

Open Market Loan 
Government of India Loans 

mo le.efOf 


(3) 

BS. 

LAKHS. 


4,96*93 

88,31*92 

2?*85 


fatal expected 
to be out- 
standing on Zlst 
Mwoh 1966. 
(4) 

BS. 

LAKHSi 

11,28*93 

20,41*82 

4,95*93 

34,87*94 

71,54*62 



Statement showing the RErAYMENTS oe Loans. 



1953-54 
{Second six 
months) 

1954-55, 


BS. 

BS. 


LAKHS. 

LAKHS. 

(1) 

(2) 

(3) 

A. Loans from the Government of India — 

1 Repayment of annuities of the loans 

10-41 

12-34 

granted to the Composite Madras 

State. 

2 Development of Handloom Industry 

» 4 ♦ 

4-33 

3 G. M. R. Schemes 


15-14 

4 Value of the stock of foodgrains, 


1,89-91 


fertilizersjjpipes and fittings and iron 
and steel, etc., held in Andhra as on 
1 st October 1953 (treated as short- 


term loan). 


6 Value of Ammonium Sulphate 

26-02 

6 N. E. S., C. D. & C. P. 

0-23 

7 Ways and Means Advances, granted 
by the Government of India 

80-00 

8 Small Scale Industries 


9 Water Supply and Drainage 

• * « 


Total A 10'41 3,27-67 


B. Open Market Loans-^ 

Contribution to Madras State towards 4-62 0 65 

the share of the Government of An- 
dhra in'-the principal portion of the 

pre-partition open market loans. — — 

GRAND TOTAL (A+B) ... 15*03 3,28*22 


1955-6(1. 

BS. 

LAKHS. 

(4) 

72-39 

10-23 

17-45 


0*29 

K * * 

0-37 

0-41 

1,01*14 


44-37 


1,46-61 



420 


APPENDIX V. 

Abstract or the Andhra State First Five-Year Plan. 

Provision Expen- Revised 
JSeud oj uccoiini. mode in the diture Estimate 

First Five- npto the 1955-56 
Year Plan- end of 


(1) 

(2) 

1964-56. 

(3) 

(4) 


Rs. 

Rs. 

Rs. 


LAKHS. 

LAKHS. 

LAKHS. 

Revenue Aoeount--- 

Forest 

14.45 

10.67 

4.56 

General Administration 

107.32 

122.09 

0.49 

Education 

296.75 

192.17 

71.06 

Medical 

99.01 

75.64 

19.30 

Public Health 

633.09 

309.49 

33.85 

Agriculture 

367.20 

204 57 

51.35 

Veterinary 

49.13 

29.82 

6.46 

Co-operation 

56.50 

18 20 

4.38 

Industries and Supplies 

92.61 

63.91 

16.28 

Miscellaneous Departments 

245.15 

205.16 

78.64 

Civil Works 

161.66 

151.38 

35.44 

Community Development Projects, National Extension .... 

58.17 

121.17 

Service and Local Development Works. 

Total— Revenue Account.., 

. 21,22.77 

14,31.27 

442.98 

Capitai Account — 

Construction of irrigation, etc., works .••• 

. 20,16.38 

11,18.40 

5,47.34 

Capital outlay on improvement of Public Health ... 

. 

.. . 

46.77 

Capital outlay on schemes of agricultural improve, 
ment and research. 

10.66 

14.37 

40.00 

Capital outlay on industrial development 

.... 

' 1.16 

1.69 

Capital outlay on multipurpose river schemes 

.... 

4 ... 

60.00 

Capital account of civil works outside the revenue 
account. 

86.80 

139.78 

19,51 

Capital outlay on electricity schemes .... 

25,53.00 

19,01.54 

6,28.90 

Capital account of other works outside the revenue 

4.46 

...4 

3.76 

account. 

Total— Capital Account 

46,71.30 

31.75.25 

13,47.97 

Total*— Loans and Advances 

1,47.98 

96.99 

14.00 

Grand Total 

69,42.05 

47,03.51 

18,04.95 


I 



js 3Q> ' 

421 


APPENDIX VI. 

ABsa?BAOT 01? Andhba Statk Second Five-Yeae Plan, 


Mead of acmmt, 

Provision made 
in the Second 
Fivc-Ymf Plan 

Budget 

Bsthmte, 

1956-57 

(1) 

(2) 

B8. 

(3) 

ES. 

Bevenm Account— 

LAKHS, 

LAKHS. 

Forest 

General Administration 

Education 

Medical 

Public Health 

Agriculture 

Veterinary- 

Co-operation 

Industries and Supplies 

Miscellaneous departments 

Civil works 

Community Development Projects, National 
Extension Service and Local Development works. 

69.47 

28.54 

7,60 64 

3,60.84 

2,10.39 

6,56.52 

3,00.00 

2,89.42 

•9,50.80 

4,43.69 

5,46.71 

10,45.00 

5.40 

3.35 

46.46 

10.61 

73.08 

55,30 

6.56 

46.17 

29.13 

23.52 

8.92 

1,35.32 

Total— Revenue Account 

, 56,62.02 

4,43.82 

Capital Account — 



Construction of irrigation, etc. works.... .... 3d, 06,50 

Capital outlay on improvement of Public Health.... 

Capital outlay on schemes of agricultural improvement 
and research. 

Capital outlay on industrial development 

Capital outlay on multipurpose river schemes .... 

Capital account of civil works outside the revenue 
account. 

* Capital outlay on electricity schemes...- .... 21,01.27 

Capital account of other works outside the revenue 
account. 

4,17.51 

41,04 

30.39 

16.60 

1,30.00 

23.64 

6,69.46 

6.03 

Total— Capital Account 

55,07.77 

12,84.67 

Total— Loans and Advances .... 

4,50.21 

2,26.18 

GRAND TOTAL .... 

1,16,20.00 

19,54.67 


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