RD Secy fiat to monitor timely completion of works under PMGY-Rural

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RD Secy fiat to monitor timely completion of works under PMGY-Rural

Thursday, 25 November 2021 | PNS | Ranchi

Rural Development Secretary Dr Manish Ranjan has written to all Deputy Commissioners and Deputy Development Commissioners of the State for monitoring of sanction, payment and completion of PMAY-Rural houses within 100 days at block, district and State levels.

 “Providing homes to the homeless is the priority of the government. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna- Gramin and Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojna, approval of houses against the target set, timely payment of first/second/third installments to the beneficiaries and progress of completion of houses is not satisfactory. The current procedures and compliance status were reviewed. Action needs to be taken after review to implement these schemes more effectively,” he wrote to the DCs and DDCs.

“Keeping in view the high workload of the DCs and DDCs, Director, National Employment Programme or Director, Accounts Administration and Self-Employment has been nominated as nodal officer for day to day monitoring of PMAY- Rural and Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Awas Yojana. In the districts where both these posts are vacant, the Deputy Commissioner will inform the department by appointing a senior officer as the nodal officer. In all the upcoming meetings, both these schemes will be reviewed along with these nodal officers. The nodal officer will also apprise the DC and DDC about the progress every day,” he further stated.

“In Latehar, Hazaribagh, Palamu, Pakur, Bokaro, Godda, Giridih, Dumka, Dhanbad, Chatra, Gumla, East Singhbhum, Lohardaga and Garhwa districts, PWL finalisation is still to be done, due to which the balance is yet to be done by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. The houses have not yet been released at the Panchayat level. The DCs, DDCs and Nodal Officers of these districts will ensure to finalise it by the end of this month in any case,” he said. Financial progress will be compulsorily reviewed in all subsequent meetings. Under this, the status of the payment of the first installment after the approval of the house, the payment of the second installment after the release of the first installment and the payment of the third installment on completion of the houses will be reviewed, he added.

“After the acceptance of the house, the time limit for completion of the house is fixed in 100 days. To ensure this, there is a need to provide all the necessary support to the beneficiaries in timely availability of installments and construction of houses from the Panchayat level to the district level. For this, there is also a need to monitor each and every house on a day-to-day basis. In place of those volunteers who are not taking interest in this work, work can be taken from employment servants or Sakhi Mandals,” said  the Secretary.

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