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Sunday, 19 June 2016

Bihar govt to spend Rs 1.69 crore in each panchayat for improvements

Now a sum of nearly Rs 1.69 crore is going to be spent on each panchayat for the brick soling of drainages and construction of concrete lanes and bylanes of villages for the implementation of the 'seven resolves' of the CM during 2016-2020.

The state cabinet on Thursday okayed the proposal of the panchayati Raj department about the expected expenditure of around Rs 14,249 crore in the next four years.

Talking to reporters here after the cabinet meeting, principal secretary cabinet secretariat department Brajesh Mehrotra said that a sum of Rs 3021.92 crore would be spent in the current financial year in this regard. The cabinet on Thursday cleared total 42 agends.

In order to reduce the financial burden on the common people particularly students, the cabinet okayed the proposal to reduce the registration fee and stamp duty on educational and medical loan from the existing 3% to 1%.

To strengthen the rehabilitation package of child labour, cabinet okayed the proposal of the labour resources department to enhance the monthly amount from the existing Rs 1900 to Rs 3000 for their food, clothes and medicine etc.

The cabinet okayed a total sum of Rs 1121 crore for the salary payment of 66, 104 both primary and middle school teachers teaching in blocks and urban bodies for the financial year 2016-17.

Under the 'Mukhyamantri Naari Shakti Yojana', a sum of Rs 24.60 crore has been sanctioned for the proper implementation of yojana under the women's empowerment policy 2015. Under this scheme strengthening and expansion of women's helpline, hostel for working women, creche, Nari niketan, social awareness campaign, social rehabilitation fund are included.

The cabinet also sanctioned a total sum of Rs 2077 crore in which Rs 148750 crore of central share for the national social assistance programme which comes under the security security and disabilities department in the current financial year. For the current financial year, a sum of Rs 250 crore has been cleared for expenditure.

The amount would be spent on the pension of BPL families and those of senior citizens, widows, physically challenged persons. In case of sudden death of working man in the age group of 18-60 years, there is a provision for a grant of Rs 20,000 to his or her dependent.

The cabinet also okayed the proposal to create a separate cell in the general administration department for the proper coordination of the vacancies in various departments. With the creation of a separate cell, some posts of secretariat cadre would also be created.

The cabinet also sanctioned a sum of Rs 91.72 crore for the upgradation and construction of roads, bridges, culverts, subway, approach road, causeway, guard wall, land acquisition on the stretch of 82.65 km of road on kawariya route from Sultanganj to Dumma (Deoghar).

The cabinet okayed the dismissal of the then BDO cum circle officer, Balrampur in Katihar district Suresh Kumar (under suspension). Dr Arvind Kumar Sinha the then medical officer primary health centre Ramgarh, Kaimur has also been dismissed for his prolonged unauthorised leave from December 5 2000. The cabinet also okayed the dismissal of the then excise commissioner Nawada currently in Headquarter.

The cabinet also okayed a total sum of Rs 13415 crore to be spent on health and education for the implementation of CM's seven resolves programme in the state for the current financial year. In the health sector, the construction of 16 BSc nursing colleges and hostels would be made besides 54 ANM schools and its hostels would also be completed in the current financial year.

Under the CM's seven resolves, there would 33 para medical institutes and its hostels would be made. Under the resolves, there would new 23 GNM (nursing) schools and hostels would be made. Each unit would cost Rs 13.35 core.

The cabinet also okayed a sum of Rs 285 crore for the payment of salary to teachers/non-teaching employees working in 1128 Madarsa and nine girls Madarsa in the current financial year.

Source : TOI , 16th June 2016 

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