Govt pulled up by parliamentary panel over loose implementations of flagship programmes

By Accommodation Times Bureau


The government of India has been recently pulled up by a parliamentary panel over loose implementations of flagship programmes, which includes ambitious schemes such as PMAY- Urban and the Swachh Bharat Mission. The panel has asked the government to act fast and address the issues.

A clear-cut observation has been made by the parliamentary panel that the ministry of urban affairs is giving the usual excuse of procedural delays in adjudging of drained funds. The panel has stated that the government has not done enough to fulfil the promises it made to the people regarding the prestigious flagship programmes. The standing committee on Urban Development, tabled its 23rd report last week on action taken by the government, following its recommendations made in a 22nd report presented on the table of the Lok Sabha in March 2018.

According to the report and media agency input, the ministry told the committee that only those state plans are approved and provide assistance to states, union territories and cities, whose projects are designed, approved and executed by them.

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