Will ask State govt. to utilise all schemes and chorus from diverting funds, he says
The Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) nominated Rajya Sabha MP G.V.L. Narasimha Rao as an eminent individual to the State-level District Development Coordination and Monitoring (DISHA) Committee in Andhra Pradesh to assist monitor and implement varied schemes of the Government of India.
The State authorities has been directed by the Central authorities to subject a notification on this regard.
The DISHA committee is a vital instrument for monitoring the implementation of assorted developmental schemes within the States and districts. The State-level committees will supervise their functioning. The mechanism has been advanced by the Centre in 2016 to obtain accelerated growth by way of convergence.
Mr. Narasimha Rao said in a press launch that the State-level DISHA committee is headed by the Chief Minister and has elected representatives and eminent individuals appointed by the MoRD as members.
It additionally has the facility to study complaints, irregularities, misappropriation and diversion of funds of assorted developmental programmes and suggest actions. The committee’s mandate covers over 40 growth programmes of assorted Ministries together with all flagship schemes of the Government of India.
The MP said that the implementation of growth schemes in Andhra Pradesh wanted an pressing assessment and as a member of the State-level DISHA committee, he would ask the State authorities to correctly utilise all of the schemes and chorus from diverting funds.