Committee formed to implement MP Adarsh Gram Yojna in Jharkhand
By Abha Manakatala - Fri Oct 09, 12:13 pm
Jharkhand government has decided to form a commitee to implement one-year-old Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision based scheme-Member of Parliament Adarsh Gram Yojna.
The decision revolved around setting up a committee to implement the scheme by formulating a detail project report on this scheme within a fortnight.
The committee comprises Deputy Commissioners,SPs and other officers of the district plan is headed by Chief Minister Raghubar Das.
Jharkhand senior officials today held discussion to implement the Member of Parliament Adarsh Gram Yojna.The meeting attended among others by Principal Secretaries/Secretaries and Heads of Departments and held in Ranchi was presided by Chief Secretary Rajiv Gauba.
Gauba told the official colleagues to select and identify the villages and implement the MPAGY project in accordance with the provisions of the project.
“The work related with identification of these villages and formulation of development schemes must be completed within 8 days”,the CS told the officers adding that the officers at the district level must identify the development schemes to be implemented within 10 days.
In case the Pundit Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana was not picked for any of these villages,detail project report must be made in accordance with the state plan guidelines,said the CS.
As it is,the MPAGY,a vision of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi,derives its origin from the belief that if every MP transforms villages in his/her constituency into model villages,large number of villages in the country can be developed fast.
As such the PM Modi requested all MPs to develop one model village in their constituency by 2016 and two more by 2019.
Subsequently,Union Government Department of Rural Development formulated guidelines of the scheme and the PM released these guidelines on October 11,2014 at Vigyan Bhawan,New Delhi.