District credit plan outlay worth Rs 900 cr?


Nashik : The planning department is preparing credit plan outlay of district planning committee for 2018-19 and proposals for this have been sought from various departments. The estimated plan outlay would be worth Rs. 900 crore, informed district planning officer Yogesh Choudhari. Addition of Rs. 50 crore by government in it is expected, he informed.

This plan outlay will be tabled in district planning committee meeting which will be held under District Guardian Minister Girish Mahajan next month. Earlier, a meeting of small group will be conducted.

The district planning committee is preparing the outlay plan having expenditure of Rs. 321 crore for general schemes, Rs. 481 crore for tribal sub-schemes and Rs. 97 crore for sub-schemes for scheduled castes. Mukhyamantri Gramsadak Yojna, grant to gram panchayats, micro irrigation scheme, expansion of rural hospitals and innovative schemes are proposed in it. The fund is proposed for Thakkar Bappa Yojna, rural cleanliness drive and small irrigation scheme under tribal schemes, while fund is proposed for dalit residence colonies improvement scheme, education fee and exam fee for students belonging to backward class and rural cleanliness drive under schemes for scheduled castes.

Last year, the credit plan outlay worth Rs. 873.27 crore was prepared. Total expenditure of Rs. 900.52 crore has been planned. Fund has been transferred by the district planning committee as per demand by every department as per sanctioned amount, informed planning officer Choudhari.