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Bidhayak Elaka Unnayan Prakalpa

Bidhayak Elaka Unnayan Prakalpa was introduced during the financial year 2000-2001 to enable the Members of the Legislative Assembly to suggest and implement developmental schemes that are capital intensive in nature, based on locally felt needs in conformity with the overall planning of the districts or the so that durable assets are created in their respective constituencies.

OBJECTIVE

Each MLA is entitled to recommend schemes for Rs. 60 lakh for each financial year for his/her Constituency during the tenure of membership of the Legislative Assembly. The work under this Prakalpa shall be developmental in nature based on locally felt-needs. The emphasis should be on creation of durable assets. The funds may also be used for provision of service support facilities and community benefits for the socio- economic benefit of the constituency. The MLA should recommend developmental schemes in conformity with the overall priorities fixed for the District / Municipality/ Corporation/DGAHC under the District Plan by the District Planning Committee or the respective committee. Under this Prakalpa no fund should be recommended for expenditure like pay and allowances, purchase of vehicles, air-conditioners, other consumables, costly signboards etc. for Government or Panchayat or any office. The schemes should not be solely for the benefit of private institutions and individuals.

GIIDING PRINCIPLES

The Nodal Department will release 50% of the annual entitlement of the MLAs for the financial year as 1st instalment. The 2nd instalment i.e. 50% of the remaining annual entitlement will be released after receipt of Utilisation Certificate for not less than 50% of the total fund released for the concerned constituency up to that time including fund for that financial year. For the subsequent years release of any instalment of fund will be subject to receipt of Utilisation Certificates for not less than 50% of the total funds released for the concerned constituency up to that time.

Funds use for the schemes

  1. Sector : Agriculture and Allied Activities
    • Schemes : 
      • Construction / extension of infrastructure facility for agriculture market not covered under any scheme of Govt. or Local Body.
      • Construction / extension of infrastructure facility for veterinary aid centres, artificial insemination centres & breeding centres managed by Government or Local Bodies not covered under any scheme.
  2. Sector : Transport
    • Schemes :
      • Construction of part roads, approach roads, link roads etc. in villages,
      • Lanes / by lanes in towns / cities & emergency repairs thereof not covered under any scheme.
      • Construction of Culverts / Bridges on the roads or emergency repairs not covered under any scheme.
      • Construction of footpaths and foot bridges specially in rural areas not covered under any scheme.
  3. Sector : Irrigation & Flood Control
    • Schemes : 
      • Construction / extension of minor irrigation system not covered under any scheme.
      • Water harvesting structure for irrigation purpose not covered under any scheme.
      • Construction / extension of drainage system / culvert in water logging or flood prone areas not covered under any scheme.
  4. Sector : Water Supply and Sanitation
    • Schemes : 
      • Sinking of tube-well / arsenic free tube-well where necessary for providing drinking water to the people in Villages, Towns or Cities not covered under any scheme.
      • Provision for toilets, sanitation, water supply for educational institutions not covered under any scheme.
      • Provision for toilets, sanitation, water supply for Anganwadi centres or sub-centres not covered under any scheme.
      • Provision for toilets, sanitation, water supply for visiting patients and patient party in Health Centres/Clinics/Hospitals etc. of Govt. or Local Bodies.
      • Construction of Pay and use toilet facilities with water supply at bus stands/market places not covered by any scheme provided, such facilities will be managed and maintained by Local Bodies.
  5. Sector : Energy
    • Schemes : 
      • Purchase and installation for use of Solar Energy / Solar Lighting from WBREDA in remote areas not already covered under any scheme.
      • Bio-gas plants for community lighting through WBREDA for household purpose not covered under any scheme.
      • Electrification of uncovered pockets/areas in urban or rural area not covered under any scheme/project of the Power Deptt.
  6. Sector : Social Welfare
    • Schemes : 
      • Purchase of motorboats for Flood & Cyclone affected areas or riverine areas by Local Bodies specially Gram Panchayat of riverine areas.
      • Rest shed with toilets, drinking water facility at Bus stands or regulated marked area not covered under any scheme.
      • Construction of cultural centres/community halls for backward classes/ minorities &/or in backward areas for community benefit.
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