Imphal, Aug 3: DoNER Minister Dr. Jitendra today said that 40 projects have been completed under the Non-Lapsable Central Pool of resources (NLCPR) in the state of Manipur during the last three year.
The was replied in Rajya Shabha today to a question asked by Manipur RS MP K. Bhabananda Singh. Dr. Jitendra further said that total expenditure incurred on the schemes is Rs. 256.62 crore.
He said in 2014-15 3 project have been completed with an estimated cost of Rs. 1568.61 lakh. The project includes Installation of 2×5 MVA 33 KV Sub Station along with the associated 33 KV line & related works at Sekmaijin.
29 projects with an estimates cost of Rs. 20730.59 lakhs were completed in the years 2015-16. Much of the projects are construction of augmented water supply schemes at various districts including Senapati, Churachandpur, Chandel and Imphal West. Among other project completed are construction and equipping of 50 bedded hospital at Senapati, Ukhrul, Tamenlong and jiribam districts, Model residential School (Class VI- XII at Jiribam) and also installation of of 2×5 MVA 33 KV Sub Station along with the associated 33 KV line & related works at Ukhrul and Candel etc.
Dr. Jitendra further said that under NLCPR another 48 projects are being taken up in the state . He further added that total entitlement of three times Normative Allocation for the state of Manipur in the Financial year 2016-17 is Rs. 208.08 crore and the State has submitted 19 project proposals costing 293.11 crore, out of which, 4 project costing 27.9 crore have been sanctioned. In addition, a total of 11 projects costing Rs. 155.25 crore pertaining to Financial year 2016-17 have also been retain , the Doner Minister added as reply to Manipur RS MP K Bhabananda.