Revenue expenditure of India's Government 2016-17

The statistic illustrates the revenue expenditure of India's Central and State Governments in 2016-17, broken down by type. In that year, India's Government spend over 19,000 billion Indian rupees on non-developmental expenditure.

Revenue expenditure of India's Central and State Governments in 2016-2017*, by type

Revenue expenditure in billion Indian rupees
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Sources

Release date

July 2018

Region

India

Survey time period

2016-17

Supplementary notes

Revenue expenditure refers to expenditure which neither creates assets nor reduces liability.
* Budget estimates
One Indian rupee is equal to 0.015 U.S. dollar and 0.012 euro, as of August 2018.

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