Manipur Assembly passes 45 demands

The Manipur Legislative Assembly unanimously passed 45 Demands for Supplementary Grants on the second day of the ongoing first session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly, today.
The voting for discussion and voting for the supplementary grants was moved by the leader of the House,Chief Minister Shri NongthongbamBiren Singhand was participated by Opposition leader Shri Okram Ibobi Singh and Wangkhem MLA Shri K Meghanchandra.
The House also passed the motion for Vote on Account, 2017 amounting to Rs. 3828,31,90,667. The motion was presented in the House on March 21, 2017 by Chief Minister Shri NongthongbamBiren Singh.
The leader of the House also introduced the The Manipur Appropriation (No. 1) Bill, 2017 and The Manipur Appropriation (No.2) Bill, 2017.
The Demands for Supplementary passed today are Demand No. 1 State Legislature amounting to Rs.4,32,39,000; Demand No. 3 Secretariat amounting to Rs. 6,30,42,000; Demand No. 4 Land Revenue, Stamps and Registration and District Administration amounting to Rs. 4,23,97,000; Demand No. 5 Finance Department amounting to Rs. 1,55,28,18,000; Demand No. 6 Transport amounting to Rs. 1,20,00,000; Demand No. 7 Police amounting to Rs. 1,36,18,64,000; Demand No. 8 Public Works Department amounting to Rs. 413,55,19,000; Demand No. 9 Information and Publicity amounting to Rs. 2,20,13,000; Demand No. 10 Education amounting to Rs.65,26,62,000; Demand No. 11 Medical Health and Family Welfare Services amounting to Rs. 148,13,10,000; Demand No. 12 Municipal Administration, Housing and Urban Development amounting to Rs.181,06,30,000; Demand No. 13 Labour and Employment amounting to Rs. 2,67,98,000;Demand No. 14 Department of Tribal Affairs, Hills and Scheduled Caste Development amounting to Rs. 63,34,28,000;Demand No. 15 Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution amounting to Rs. 6,16,69,000;Demand No.16 Co-operation amounting to Rs. 87,94,000;Demand No. 17 Agriculture amounting to Rs. 8,98,73,000;Demand No. 18 Animal Husbandry and Veterinary including Diary Farming amounting to Rs. 20,12,19,000;Demand No. 19 Environment and Forest amounting to Rs. 2,00,00,000;Demand No. 20 Community and Rural Development amounting to Rs. 473,98,89,000;Demand No. 21 Commerce and Industries amounting to Rs. 13,80,29,000;Demand No. 22 Public Health Engineering amounting to Rs. 104,89,55,000;Demand No. 23 Power amounting to Rs. 221,20,37,000;Demand No. 24 Vigilance Department amounting to Rs. 22,27,000;Demand No. 25 Youth Affairs and Sports Department amounting to Rs. 7,30,83,000;Demand No. 26 Administration of Justice amounting to Rs. 3,57,34,000;Demand No. 27 Election amounting to Rs. 13,77,72,000;Demand No. 28 State Excise amounting to Rs. 3,58,32,000;Demand No. 31 Fire Protection and Control amounting to Rs. 1,79,42,000;Demand No. 32 Jails amounting to Rs. 1,69,30,000;Demand No. 34 Rehabilitation amounting to Rs. 11,76,65,000;Demand No. 35 Stationery and Printing amounting to Rs. 6000;Demand No. 36 Minor Irrigation amounting to Rs. 29,03,61,000;Demand No. 37 Fisheries amounting to Rs. 1,83,22,000;Demand No. 38 Panchayat amounting to Rs. 1,59,51,000;Demand No. 39 Sericulture amounting to Rs. 10,43,000;Demand No. 40 Irrigation and Flood Control Department amounting to Rs. 52,85,91,000;Demand No. 41 Art and Culture amounting to Rs. 22,85,86,000;Demand No. 42 State Academy of Training amounting to Rs. 22,70,000;Demand No. 44 Social Welfare Department amounting to Rs. 46,10,47,000;Demand No. 45 Tourism amounting to Rs.23,12,53,000;Demand No. 46 Science and Technology amounting to Rs. 2,01,06,000;Demand No. 47 Minorities, Other Backward Classes Department amounting to Rs. 25,98,80,000;Demand No. 48 Relief and Disaster management amounting to Rs. 53,60,27,000;Demand No. 49 Economics and Statistics amounting to Rs. 3,21,34,000 and Demand No. 50 Information Technology amounting to Rs. 19,51,50,000.

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