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House passes around Rs. 25 thousands lakh for 45 demands for supplementary grant

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Imphal, March 22: Second day of the 1st session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly today passed a around Rs. 25 thousands lakhs for 45 demands for supplementary grant.
Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren moved the demand for discussion in the house with the permission of the Speaker and brief suggestions to the demand was put up by the leader of the opposition Okram Ibobi Singh.
While reiterating his respect to the peoples’ mandate, the 3 times chief minister, now the opposition leader said that the government should focus priority to developmental project which are taken up under central fund assistance and which are left incomplete fund restrains plus many ther factors like bandh, blockades and agitations.
Okram Ibobi indirectly appealed the Chief Minister to urged the central government as the present government is a similar political party that is leading at the center to give more pressure for completion of the capitol project as well as other infrastructure project like DolaiThabi and Thoubal Multipurpose project.
Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren replying to the opposition assures to give priority to all development projects which are on incomplete stage. He also reminded the house that government is a continuing process. 
Those demand for supplementary grants passed today are – Rs. 4,32,39,000/- for State Legislature; Rs. 6,30,42,000/- for Secretariat; Rs. 4,23,97,000/ for Land Revenue Stamps and registration and District Administration; Rs155,28,18,000/- for Finance Department; Rs. 1,20,00,000/- for transport; Rs. 136,18,64,000/- for Police department ; 413,55,19,000/- for Public Works Department; Rs. 2,20,13,000/- for Information and Publicity; Rs. 65,26,62,000/- for Education; Rs. 148,13,10,000/- for Medical Health and Family Welfare Service ; Rs. 181,06,30,000/- for Municipal Administration, Housing and Urban Development; Rs. 2,67,98,000/- for Labour and Employment; Rs. 63,34,28,000/- for Tribal Affairs, Hills and Scheduled Caste Development; Rs. 6,16,69,000/- for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution ; Rs. 87,94,000/- for Co-operation; Rs. 8,98,73,000/- for Agriculture ; Rs. 20,12,19,000/- for Animals Husbandry and Veterinary including Dairy Farming; Rs. 2,00,00,000/- for Environment and Forest; Rs. 473,98,89,000/- for Community and Rural Development; Rs. 13,80,29,000/- for Commerce and Industries; Rs. 104,89,55,000/- for Public Health Engineering; Rs. 221,20,37,000/- for Power; Rs. 22,27,000/- for Vigilance Department; Rs. 7,30,83,000/- for YAS; Rs. 3,57,34,000/- for Administration of Justice; Rs. 13,77,72,000/- for Election; Rs. 3,58,32,000/ for State Excise; Rs. 1,79,42,000/- for Fire Protection and Control; Rs. 11, 76,65,000/- for Rehabilitation; Rs. 1,69,30,000/- for Jail ; Rs. 6000/- for Printing and Stationary; Rs. 29,03,61,000/- for Minor Irrigation; Rs. 1,83,22,000/- for Fisheries; Rs. 1,59,51,000/- for Panchayat; Rs. 10,43,000/- for Sericulture; Rs. 52,85,91,000/- for Irrigation and Flood Control; Rs. 22,85,86,000/- for Arts and Culture; Rs. 22,70,000/- for state Academy of Training ; Rs. 46,10,47,000/- for Social Welfare Department; Rs. 23,12,53,000/- for Tourism; Rs. 2,01,06,000/- for Science and Technology; Rs. 25, 98,80,000/- for Minorities and OBCs; Rs. 53,60,27,000/- for Relief and Disaster Management ; Rs. 3,21,34,000/- for Economic and Statistic and Rs. 19,51,50,000/- for Information Technology.

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