Now 10 years punishment for encroachment on government land, ordinance approved in cabinetCabinet meeting approved 33 subjects

Dehradun. Encroachment on state land is a cognizable and non-bailable offense ordinance, approved by the cabinet in the state cabinet meeting. Now encroachment can be punished for seven to 10 years. 33 subjects have been approved in the meeting.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has given instructions to send proposals to the Center for release of funds by fulfilling the utilization certificates and other requirements of centrally funded schemes. He said that complete details should also be given of the schemes with 90 percent central share which are pending since before the year 2020.
The Chief Minister has also given instructions for speedy action to bring all the Gram Panchayats in the ODF Plus category. On Thursday, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami reviewed the plans of the Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Department in the Secretariat regarding the achievement of the goal of making Uttarakhand a strong state by 2025. During this, he reviewed the roadmap of short, medium and long term plans prepared by the departments.
Reviewing the Rural Development Department, said that apart from promoting the local products of Uttarakhand, directed to make better arrangements for the marketing of the products and also emphasized on their online marketing. Said that all necessary arrangements should be made for the supply of the products which are in high demand. He instructed the officers that the decisions being taken in the meetings should be informed about the steps taken for the implementation of those decisions in the upcoming meeting.
Local residents should get priority in the development works being done in the villages. He said that a revolving fund should be arranged in the schemes in which there is a delay in the payment of the share from the central government level due to any reason. While reviewing the Panchayati Raj Department, the Chief Minister said that the process of making Gram Panchayats ODF plus should be expedited. Solar lights should be promoted in villages.
Rapid steps should be taken in the direction of computerization in gram panchayats without computers. It was told in the meeting that a target has been set to create 150 lakh man-days in the year 2023-24 under MNREGA. A target has been set to make 1.25 lakh Lakhpati Didi by 2025. So far, 40 thousand lakhpati didis have been made in the state. Rural Development Minister Ganesh Joshi, Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi, Secretary R. Meenakshi Sundaram, Nitesh Jha, Dr. R. Rajesh Kumar and Additional Secretary Anand Swaroop were present in the meeting.

  • Under the tourism department, George Everest State Mussoorie will be given on PPP mode. Will be given on lease for 15 years, there will be an income of 60 crores.
  • Outsource will be filled on 2364 posts in the deceased cadre in the School Education Department.
  • The scheme of giving three free gas cylinders to BPL families will continue.
  • Some subjects of the Electricity Regulatory Commission under alternative energy will be placed in the Vidhansabha.
  • Employees of Small Savings Scheme under the Finance Department will be adjusted in the Finance Department. 31 employees will be accommodated.
  • Rules will be made for promotion to the posts of Assistant Accounts Officer. Promotion will be done under this across the state.
  • Cabinet approved the One Time Settlement 2023-24 scheme in the Finance Department.
  • Formation of Appellate Bench in the Goods and Services Tax in the state of Uttarakhand.
  • The subject of road widening in Dehradun’s Aadhat Bazar. Government land in Brahmanwala was given to MDDA for market shifting.
  • Policy made for the rehabilitation of the affected people of the commission market under the housing department.
  • Approval for amendment in Uttarakhand Clinical Establishment Act.
  • Hospitals with less than 50 beds will be given exemption in registration fee.
  • Approval of Mukhyamantri Pratikrakshi Yojana for gap funding in National Natural Agriculture Scheme.
  • Approval of Namami Gange Prakritik Krishi Yojana to promote natural farming in five km corridor along the banks of Ganga.
  • Business hotel will now be built in PPP mode at Patel Nagar headquarter of tourism department.
  • Amendment in the rules and regulations of the Transport Department.
  • Approval for creation of posts in the structure of Town and Country Planning Department.
  • Increased posts of Gram Panchayat officers in Udham Singh Nagar.
  • Cash Management Cell has been created in the Finance Department, 11 posts have been approved.
  • Approval of new rules to bring affordable, housing and sports activities.
  • Approval of the Mental Health Care Act, now the standards have been fixed, crackdown will be tightened on drug de-addiction centers
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