Manpower sanctioned for Newly created Administrative units: Abdul Haq

Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Abdul Haq Khan, replying to a clubbed question of Javaid Mirchal, Sajad Ahmad Kichloo, Sham Lal Bhagat and Dr. Shahnaz Ganai today informed that necessary manpower has been sanctioned for newly created administrative units in the State. These units have been made functional on internal arrangements in existing Government or hired private buildings.
The Minister informed that the recruitment of staff in under process and creation of the permanent infrastructure is also pursued for release of funds. He said that the manpower for administrative units created vide Government Order No. Rev (S) 242 of 2014 dated 21-10-2014, has not been sanctioned and are yet to be made operational.Abdul Haq said no land has so far been earmarked for any newly created administrative unit. He said that the Deputy Commissioners of respective Districts have already been advised to identify suitable State land for creation of permanent infrastructure subject to availability of sufficient financial resources from the Finance, Planning Development and Monitoring Departments. The Minister said that in case of non availability of the State land, proprietary land shall be acquired on payment from land owners which is also subject to the availability of sufficient financial resources.
DPR of Rs 15.26 cr
prepared for Ramnagar stadium: Ansari
Minister for Technical Education & Youth Services and Sports, Moulvi Imran Raza Ansari today, replying to a question of Vikramaditya Singh, informed the foundation stone of Ramnagar stadium was laid in the name of Raja Ram Singh Stadium by the then Minister of Youth Services and Sports in 1997-98. The Minister said funds to tune of Rs.2 lakh have been spent for levelling and development of upper edges of the stadium during the year 2007-08. He said as a follow up of decision taken in District Development Board Meeting of District Udhampur in the year 2015, the DPR for construction of Sports Stadium at Ramnagar was prepared through Secretary Sports Council at an estimated cost of Rs.15.26 crore and forwarded to Deputy Commissioner Udhampur, adding that the work on the project will be taken up subject to the availability of funds.

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