Raipur:Last year, provision of Rs 762 crore was made for poor families under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). This year, Rs 800 crore has been provisioned for this purpose.
Similarly, a provision of Rs 1,675 crore has been made for construction of 900 km of roads, 24 major bridges and 47 steel bridges in the Naxal-affected districts of the state such as Bijapur, Sukma and Dantewada under PMGSY.
Rs 6000 crore for Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana
Rs 75 crore for the formation of 11,664 Rajiv YuvaMitan Clubs in rural areas and 1,605 in urban areas.
Rs 600 crore has been made to develop 3 Gauthans as Mahatma Gandhi Rural Industrial Park.
Rs 5 crore has been made for the establishment of “Seva Gram” in Nava Raipur to cherish the memories of Mahatma Gandhi.
The annual financial assistance for beneficiaries under Rajiv Gandhi Bhoomiheen Krishi Mazdoor Nyay Yojana(RGBKMNY) has been hiked from Rs 6000 to Rs 7000.
The scope of RGBKMNY has been expanded to ‘Manjhi’, ‘Baiga’, ‘Gunia’, ‘Pujari’, ‘Haat Paharya’ and ‘Baja Mohariya’, who worship at the shrines of tribals in the scheduled areas.
450 crore under “Mor Zameen Mor Makaan” and “MorMakaan Mor Chinhari” schemes to provide housing to families in urban areas living below the poverty line.
Rs 2 crore for the launch of “Chhattisgarh Employment Mission”.
Rs 24 crore for Integrated Pack House in Durg district.
Rs 4.53 crore for the launch of “Mukhyamantri ReshamMission” (Chief Minister’s Silk Mission).
Rs 50 crore for the construction of a total of 106 buildings for hostel-ashrams running without buildings for students belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe category.
Government College to come up in Jagdalpur, Basin of Balod, Makdi of Kondagoan and Government Girls College in Mungeli.
Opening of new faculty at undergraduate level in 16 government colleges and at postgraduate level in 23 government colleges of the state.
Construction of new building for 18 government colleges without buildings and construction of additional classrooms in 22 colleges and construction of auditorium in Government College, Sitapur, Surguja district.
Rs 2.30 crore for the establishment of girls and boys hostels and construction of buildings in Government College, Pakhanjur.
Rs 10.96 crore for starting new trade for the students of Higher Secondary School affiliated with 28 industrial training institutions.
Creation of 45 new posts for setting up 30-bed Community Health Center in Jagargunda of Sukmadistrict and 10-bed NRC in Ahiwara of Durg district and provision for construction of 50-bed civil hospital building in Khairagarh.
Rs 37 crore for purchase of medical equipment in Ambikapur and Kanker Medical Colleges and creation of 150 posts in the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery in Raipur Medical College.
Rs 10.50 crore for the construction of hostels for graduate students in Raipur Medical College and for third and fourth class accommodation facilities.
Rs 50 crore for operation of 60 mobile ambulances and Dai-Didi clinics in 14 municipal corporations under “Mukhyamantri Shehri Slum Swasthya Yojana” (Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme).
Rs 20 crore for the establishment of sewerage treatment plants at Korba, Dantewada, Sakti, Shivrinarayan and Chandrapur.
Rs 2.83 crore for establishment of MallakhambaAcademy in Narayanpur district to enhance the skills of tribal players in this sport.
After announcement to hike the amount of MLA fund from Rs 2 crore to Rs 4 crore, provision of Rs 364 crorehas been made under the Vidhan Sabha Constituency Development Scheme.
Rs 300 crore provisioned for 1,705 new works, through which irrigation potential will be developed in 2 lakh 32 thousand hectare area.
A total of 659 new construction works proposed. In this, a provision of Rs 365 crore has been made for 502 road works, Rs 103 crore for 134 large and medium bridge works, Rs 3 crore for the construction of 8 new government rest houses, and Rs 8.65 crore for survey of 15 railway over bridge works.
Rs 22 crore provisioned under Zila PanchayatDevelopment Fund Scheme. Rs 4 lakh per annum for each member, Rs 15 lakh for Zila Panchayat president and Rs 10 lakh for vice-president.
Provision of Rs 66 crore in Janpad PanchayatDevelopment Fund Scheme. Rs 5 lakh for JanpadPanchayat President, Rs 3 lakh for Vice President and Rs 2 lakh for each member per annum.
Rs 5 crore provisioned for the establishment of C-Mart in each urban body for the sale of materials produced by self-help groups.
The steel manufacturing sector in the state has increased by 13.40 percent as compared to the national level.
There has been a significant increase in the revenue of the state through collection of commercial, mineral, registration and electricity duty.
Rs 2 crore provision made under Chhattisgarh RozgarMission to create to create 12 to 15 lakh employment opportunities in the coming five years.
\Rs 6000 crore provisioned for input subsidy being given to farmers taking kharif, horticulture, plantation and Kodo-Kutki, Ragi crops under Rajiv Gandhi Kisan NyayYojana.
Rs 1000 crore provisioned to achieve target to provide pure drinking water to 48 lakh 60 thousand families of the state through domestic tap connections under JalJeevan Mission.
A provision of Rs 1600 crore has been made to the Panchayats for rural development.