Manipur: House approves supplementary grants amounting to Rs 44,554,030,000

Imphal (DIPR): On the second day of the ongoing 12th Manipur Legislative Assembly, the House unanimously approved several supplementary grants amounting to Rs 44,554,030,000.

The supplementary grants for State Legislature is Rs 17,82,42,000, Finance Department Rs 694,52,32,000, Transport Rs 25,83,000, Police Rs 13,42,63,000, Public Works Department Rs 245,41,25,000, Information and Publicity Rs 1,34,77,000, Education Rs 12,57,54,000, Medical, Health and Family Welfare Services Rs 387, 38, 17,000, Municipal Administration Housing and Urban Development Rs 27,96,56,000, Labour and Employment Rs 43,47,000, Agriculture Rs 15,03,72,000, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary including dairy farming Rs 7,55,69,000, Environment and Forest Rs 7,52,95,000, Community and Rural Development Rs 2128,90,00,000, Textiles, Commerce and Industries Rs 11,94,05,000, Youth Affairs and Sports Rs 17,02,91,000, Administration of Justice Rs 4,37,07,000, Election Rs 32,54,16,000, Sales Tax, Other Taxes/Duties on Commodities and Services Rs 93,88,000, Planning Rs 512,86,86,000, Fire Protection and Control Rs 3,50,000, Jails Rs 54,92,000, Rehabilitation Rs 88,50,000, Panchayat Rs 6,12,02,000, Art & Culture Rs 3, 27,02,000, Horticulture and Soil Conservation Rs 11,79,50,000, Social Welfare Department Rs 159,08,71,000, MOBC Rs 31,63,59,000, Relief and Disaster Management Rs 79,91,29,000, Economics and Statistics Rs 25,00,000 and Information Technology Rs 22, 00,00,000.

Replying to the general observations and suggestions raised by the members of the House, Leader of the House, N. Biren Singh informed the House that any person arrested with illegal drugs would face compulsory jail term of 1 year which will be extendable up to 2 years under relevant act.

Biren tabled the reports/papers on – (i) Report No. 2 of 2021- Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India on “Social, Economic (Other than Public Sector Undertakings), Economic (Public Sector Undertakings). Revenue and General Sectors” for the year ended 31st March, 2019; (ii) Finance Accounts (Volume I) 2019-20, Government of Manipur; (iii) Finance Accounts (Volume II) 2019-20, Government of Manipur; (iv) Appropriation Accounts 2019-20, Government of Manipur; (v) State Finances Audit Report (Report No. 3 of 2021) for the year 2019-20; (vi) The Manipur Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) (Amendment) Rules, 2020 and (vii) 49th Annual Administrative Report of the Manipur Public Service Commission.

Discussion and Voting on motion for Vote on account, 2022 presented in the House on the first day of the ongoing session was unanimously passed in the House on Friday.

The Manipur Appropriation (No.1) Bill, 2022 and The Manipur Appropriation (No.2) Bill, 2022 was also introduced by the Leader of the House.

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