Imphal: The funds under schemes of Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (MDoNER) are not bifurcated into hills and valley areas of any of the North Eastern States including Manipur, Union Minister for Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region G. Kishan Reddy informed the House in a written reply in Rajya Sabha on Thursday.best mens sex toy adidas yeezy 700 v3 adidas yeezy shoes for men custom football jerseys soccer jerseys custom dallas cowboys football nike men��s air jordan 1 mid stores nike air max new nike air max 270 sale nfl chicago bears wigs on sale nike air max 270 new nike air max 2023 custom team uniforms nike air jordan 4 oil green
A total of Rs 363.14 crore have been released to Manipur for implementation of projects under various schemes of MDoNER and North Eastern Council (NEC) of which, Rs 114.99 crore was released in 2020-21; Rs 145.24 crore in 2021-22; Rs 65.18 crore in 2022-23; and Rs 37.73 crore released during 2023-24 (upto June, 2023).
As on June 30, utilization certificates of Rs 4.55 crore are pending under the North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme; utilization certificates of Rs 54.59 crore are pending under the Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources-State scheme; utilization certificates of Rs 9.46 crore are pending under the Hill Area Development Programme. Apart from this, utilization certificates of Rs 8.36 crore are pending under schemes of NEC and utilization certificates of Rs 26.15 crore are pending under North East Road Sector Development Scheme (NERSDS), upto March 31, 2023.
The progress of the projects, including pace of expenditure and utilization of funds, is monitored through regular meeting with the state governments/Implementing Agencies (IAs); on boarding of IAs on the Central Nodal Agency system and Public Financial Management System for real time transfer of funds to the executing agencies etc, Kishan Reddy said in the written reply.