10 Aug 2012

Completion of Project

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Statistics and Programme Implementation Shri Srikant Kumar Jena has said that as per MPLADS guidelines, on receipt of the recommendation from the MP, the District Authorities are required to verify the eligibility and technical feasibility of each recommended work. Works which are not found to be technically feasible or eligible are not sanctioned.
In a written reply in the Lok Sabha today he said, under the MPLAD Scheme, recommendation, sanction and execution of works is a continuous process. The MPLADS guidelines provide for completion of the sanctioned projects within specified time.
However some delays in completion do take place at the level of the implementing authorities. The main reasons for the delays are non-availability of land, preparation of technical estimates, etc. As per information furnished by the nodal district authorities, as on 31.07.2012, the State-wise details of works sanctioned/completed are given at Annexure. 
Shri Jena said, parliamentary constituency-wise details of dates of sanction/completion of works are maintained by the respective District Authorities. 
He said, MPLAD Scheme is being administered throughout the country for which guidelines are framed by Government of India. As per the guidelines, the District Authorities are required to get the eligible sanctioned works executed as per the established procedure of the concerned State/UT Government, subject to the overall provisions in the MPLADS Guidelines.

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