CM to take district-wise stock of schemes, conviction rate after 4th

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 03 Oct 2018 10:08:12


Staff Reporter,

Major points for CM’s Nagpur district meeting

Revised administrative approval to Chinchghat irrigation project.

Securing approval of Maharashtra State Relief and Rehabilitation Authority to Lakhmapur minor irrigation project.

Completing tender process to provide power supply connections for agricultural pumps to 4,326 applicants.

Releasing Rs 4.95 crore for amenities in five gaothans to be affected by Bawanthadi irrigation project.

Granting approval to 18 projects of police housing.

With an objective to expedite the work of various projects and implementation of schemes and put the officials to task, Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister and Home Minister, has decided to take district-wise stock of projects and also conviction rate after October 4. To ensure that the projects/schemes are completed within next six months, committees have been formed at administrative division and district levels.

In fact, the Chief Minister’s Office has identified various projects/schemes for each of the districts in the State for review meetings starting after October 4. The officers concerned have been asked to prepare the latest status report of projects/schemes accordingly. Ahead of the Chief Minister’s meetings, the committees headed by Additional Chief Secretaries have been asked to conduct district-level meetings or video-conferences regarding the projects/schemes.

Such meetings will be attended by Divisional Commissioner, District Collector, Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Parishad concerned. The Additional Chief Secretaries heading the committees have been given the task of issuing appropriate Government circulars or directives to implementing agencies if the projects/schemes are facing hurdles in completion. Planning Department has asked Divisional Commissioner concerned to collect the latest status reports along with the latest statistics.

The administrative division-wise heads of committees headed by Additional Chief Secretaries are as follows: Nagpur -- Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue), Amravati -- Additional Chief Secretary (Finance), Aurangabad -- Additional Chief Secretary (Water Supply and Sanitation), Konkan -- Additional Chief Secretary (Planning), Pune -- Additional Chief Secretary (Housing), and Nashik -- Additional Chief Secretary (Services-General Administration Department).

In Nagpur Division, the district-wise heads of review committees are as follows: Nagpur -- Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue), Wardha -- Principal Secretary (Tribal Development), Chandrapur -- Secretary (Higher and Technical Education), and Bhandara -- Commissioner (MGNREGS). The heads of committees for Gondia and Gadchiroli districts are yet to be named. The district-wise heads of review committees in Amravati Division are as follows: Amravati -- Additional Chief Secretary (Finance), Akola -- Principal Secretary (Urban Development), Buldhana -- Principal Secretary (Water Resources), Washim -- Commissioner (Agriculture), and Yavatmal -- Director (Technical Education).

During the district-wise meetings, the Chief Minister will take stock of implementation of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural and Urban both), Maharashtra Suvarna Jayanti Nagarotthan Yojana, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) Yojana, Jalyukta Shivar Yojana, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, Chief Minister’s Rural Drinking Water Scheme, Annasaheb Patil Financial Development Corporation’s schemes, Mudra Yojana, Chief Minister’s Rural Roads Scheme, Dalit Vasti Sudhar Yojana, Baliraja Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana.

Fadnavis, who is also Home Minister, will take stock of conviction rate, crimes against women, crimes detected and undetected for each of the police stations in all the major cities/districts. He will seek explanation from Police Inspectors heading the ‘bottom four’ police stations in all the above-mentioned parameters.