‘Rs 3481 cr released under PMRP’
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Jammu, Apr 6: Minister of state for Finance, Dr Manohar Lal Sharma today informed the Legislative Council that under Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Plan (P P) Rs 3481.59 crore have been released so far against approved revised cost of Rs. 6438.75 crore, for construction and upgradation of infrastructure through various departments in the State.
He said Rs. 3217.45 crore have been spent under various sectors till February 2010 under the programme in the State. Replying to a question by Muhammad Rashid Qureshi, the Minister said that the utilization of funds by various departments under Centrally Sponsored Schemes is a continues process adding that an expenditure of Rs. 1148.89 crore have been incurred till ending December 2009 against total availability of Rs. 2206.59 crore.
The Minister said that the implementation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes is being monitored regularly to ensure maximum utilization of funds available under these schemes.
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