Presiding over district-wise meetings with MLAs to fix plan priorities today, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said that the state government had enhanced the limit of loan sanction facility under NABARD from Rs 500 crore during 2014-15 to Rs 765 crore to accommodate the priorities of MLAs.
The Chief Minister said that the government has decided to take finance priorities of MLAs under PMGSY, CRF, World Bank, NRDWP etc and if funds under the centrally sponsored schemes were not available, the same would be obtained under NABARD.
Chief minister said that decision had been taken to obtain maximum benefits under the centrally sponsored schemes and more than 250 development projects of MLA's priorities had been got sanctioned under different grant based schemes from Government of India during last one year.
Chief Minister announced enhancement in fund limit for submitting Detailed Project Report’s (DPRs) of development works to NABARD for each assembly constituency from Rs 8 crore yearly to Rs 12.50 crore.
He directed all the secretaries and the heads of the departments to solve the problems and grievances of the public representatives on priority and also to ensure immediate action on their suggestions.
Singh also assured that all water supply schemes would be completed within stipulated time period and in case of delays, responsibility would be fixed on concerned officers.

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