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Approval to Mukhyamantri Rural Potable Water Programme Worth Rs. 900 Crore

Wednesday - April 12, 2017 3:28 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL

Cabinet meeting held under the Chairmanship of the Chief Minister  Shivraj Singh Chouhan today has taken a decision to put a ban on plastic carry bags in the state from May 1. In compliance to the order of the National Green Tribunal the cabinet has given approval to Madhya Pradesh Bio Indestructible Waste (Control) Amendment Bill-2017 for complete ban on use of plastic carry bags in the state. Also approval has been given for Mukhyamantyri Young Professional for Development Programme. The main aim of the programme is to utilise the energy, capacity and vision of the youths in the development of the state and to provide an opportunity to the youths to develop close understanding for government workings. Under the programme, 51 Mukhyamantri Research Associates and 6 Programme Coordinator will be selected.
 
The cabinet has given an approval to start a new scheme in the name of Mukhyamantri Gramin Payjal Yojana costing Rs. 900 crore under the Public Health Engineering department. Under the scheme, works to provide potable water through hand pumps in 10 thousand rural settlements and Nal-Jal (Tap Water) schemes will be carried out in 5 thousand rural settlements in the year 2017-18. Also source conservation of Nal –Jal schemes besides maintenance of hand pumps installed in the rural areas and maintenance of group potable water schemes will be undertaken in this scheme.
 
Moreover, the cabinet has decided to start the first phase of Deendayal Antyodaya Rasoi Yojana in the urban areas of 49 district headquarters of the state.
 
Keeping in view the health services in the state, the cabinet has given a sanction to increase M.B.B.S. seats from 150 to 250 in Gandhi Medical College-Bhopal and Rs. 119.68 for construction, equipments, furniture and vehicle besides creation of total 555 posts and its fulfilment.
 
Furthermore, the cabinet has given an administrative sanction of Rs. 70.98 crore, Rs. 69 crore, Rs. 70.98 crore, Rs. 69 crore, Rs.68.99 crore and Rs. 69.04 crore towards purchase of equipments, furniture, vehicles and books for establishment of new medical colleges in Vidisha, Shahdol, Ratlam , Khandwa, Chhindwara and Shivpuri respectively. Also administrative sanction has been given for posts’ creation and to take services from outsourcing in these colleges.
 
Decision to establish bone marrow transplant centre in M.Y. Hospital –Indore has been taken in the cabinet meeting.
 
The cabinet has granted approval for amendments in process followed to issue prosecution sanction against government officers –employees. Investigation agency/personal complainants while sending cases of prosecution sanction/application record directly to the administrative department will endorse a copy to the Law and Legislative Affairs department and General Administration department. If administrative department after the examination of the case found that case is suitable for prosecution approval than the department will issue prosecution approval within 45 days of the case received and will forward it to the investigation agency/personal complainants with a copy to Legal and Legislative Affairs department and General Administration department.
 
The cabinet has decided to transfer 342 acre land situated in North and South T.T. Nagar to Urban Development and Housing department and later on to Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation for selected area based development components under the Smart City Mission.
 
The cabinet has given an approval for upgradation of roads of Abhana-Tendukheda road-Damoh district, Gandhi Tiraha-Iklod Junction road -Sheopur, Hapakhedi-Panvarighat – Ashok Nagar district, Ahmedpur-Bhojpur road and Itarsi-Chhipaner road-Sehore district, Bhopal-Sagar to Depalpur Sunehara Pitampur, Badgaon Markhedi, Uika Markheda Gulab –Sultanganj Sagar road of Raisen district and Gudhrai Kahmaria-Bareli Padriyakhure-Mouspipaliya-Hamirpur of S.H. 15 to S 44 of Raisen district and Janore –Kararia-Bhitarwar of Gwalior district(Total length 161.36 k.m.). These roads will be upgraded with the assistance of New Development Bank.
 
Furthermore, the cabinet has given an administrative sanction to the irrigation projects of 3 districts. Under this an administrative sanction of Rs. 385.79 crore has been given for Kadan Medium Irrigation Project of Sagar district to facilitate irrigation on 9 thousand 990 hectare area. This project will benefit 53 villages of Rahatgarh and Banda blocks of Sagar district. Also Potable water will be provided from this project to 107 villages of Rahatgarh block –Sagar district. Similarly, a revised administrative sanction of Rs. 269.90 crore has been given for Bilgaon Medium Irrigation Project for Rabi irrigation on 9 thousand 980 hectare area. As many as 46 villages of Shapura Tahsil- Dindori district will be benefitted under the project.
 
Moreover, the cabinet has granted an administrative sanction of Rs. 2208.03 crore towards Loar oar and Large Irrigation project of 90 thousand hectare irrigation capacity. Under the project, 222 villages of Khaniyadhana, Pichhore, Karera blocks of Shivpuri district and 36 villages of datia block of Datia district will be benefitted.
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