Rs122 cr district plan approved for Islamabad
Islamabad (Anantnag), June 21: The current year’s Annual Plan for this district will be Rs. 122.13 crore, which is 8 per cent higher than the last year District Plan.
Of this, over Rs 47.85 crore constitutes Revenue Component and Rs. 74.28 crore as Capital Component.
Approval to the Annual Plan was accorded at the District Development Board (DDB) meeting presided over by the Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Abdul Rahim Rather, who is also chairman of the Board, at Dak Bunglow, Khannabal today, an official statement said.
Speaking on the occasion, Rather asked the engineers and officers formulate only such projects which are technically feasible and economically viable.
DDC, Islamabad (Anantnag), Farooq Ahmed Shah while giving the resume of the last fiscal said that against plan availability of about Rs. 120.64 crore, Rs 117.34 crore were spent during the last fiscal registering a significant 97% expenditure.
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