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Demand for Supplementary grant of Rs. 2390 crores of 42 departments

IT News
Imphal, Feb 21,

Ongoing 7th session of the 11 Manipur Legislative Assembly which starts yesterday passed demand for supplementary grant of 2390,04,51,000/- for 42 departments. Finance Minister move the supplementary grant for approval of the house.
Supplementary grant of Rs 14,18,93,000 have been granted for the financial year ending March 31, 2019 for state legislature; Rs 4,10,00,000 for the council of ministers;  Rs 8,99,47,000 for the secretariat; Rs 1,14,12,000 for the Land Revenues Stamps and Registration And District Administration; Rs 300,86,12,000 for the Finance department; Rs 8,24,16,000 for Transport; Rs 143,69,25,000 for Police; Rs 146,76,77,000 for Public Works Department; Rs 1,21,85,000 for Information and Publicity; Rs 42,24,92,000 for Commerce and Industries; Rs 149,90,38,000 for Public Health Engineering; Rs 79,90,51,000 for Power; Rs 74,44,000 for Vigilance and Anti-corruption Department; Rs 9,36,72,000 for Youth Affairs and Sports; Rs 9,76,27,000 for Election; Rs 45,33,46,000 for Consumer Affairs Food And Public Distribution; Rs 3,93,51,000 for Co-Operation; Rs 54,44,71,000 for Agriculture; Rs 15,32,54,000 for Animal Husbandry and Veterinary including Diary farming; Rs 14,32,67,000 for Environment and Forest; Rs 32,07,86,000 for Community and Rural Development; Rs 87,76,78,000 for Education; Rs 90,67,81,000 for Medical Health and Family Welfare Services;  Rs 149,06,62,000 for Municipal Administration, Housing and Urban Development;  Rs 37,19,32,000 for Labour and Employment. ; Rs 262,70,41,000 for Tribal Affairs and Hill Development; Rs 2,25,28,000 for Jail; Rs 8,84,22,000 for Home guard; Rs 2,11,00,000 for Rehabilitation; Rs 3,76,33,000 for Minor Irrigation; Rs 6,48,92,000 for Fisheries; Rs 9,52,69,000 for Panchayat; Rs 57,23,000 for Sericulture; Rs 239,21,33,000 for Water Resources Department; Rs 1,80,36,000 for Arts and Culture Department; Rs 5,04,58,000 for Horticulture and soil Conservation; Rs 87,35,80,000 for Social Welfare Department; Rs 21,78,18,000 for Tourism; Rs 1,07,00,000 for Science and Technology; Rs 172,77,68,000 for Minority, OBC and SC; Rs 112,97,90,000 for Relief and disaster Management and Rs 46,41,000 have been granted for the financial year ending March 31, 2019 for Economics and Statistics.

Rinku Khumukcham

Rinku Khumukcham, Editor of Imphal Times has more than 15+ years in the field of Journalism. A seasoned editor, was a former editor of ISTV News. He resides in Keishamthong Elangbam Leikai, with his wife and parents.

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