Lucknow,Jan 14 (Agencies): Inspired by the RTI Act, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati is all set to bring in a new legislation aimed at making government officials "accountable to the common man".


The Janhit Guarantee Bill to be unveiled by the BSP supremo on her 55th birthday on Saturday promises timely delivery of information and documents like birth and death certificates and revenue records to the people, an official said.


It also empowers the people to file complaints against officials in case of a delay.


The people can appeal to Commissioners about the delay and the officials will be fined if the complaints are found to be true,


He said the proposed legislation is on the lines of the Right to Information Act (RTI) which came into effect in the country  in 2005.


Besides this, "a hike in financial assistance from Rs 300 per month to Rs 400 per month under Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Garib Arthik Madad Yojna, which was launched on her previous birthday, will be announced by the chief minister.


The Chief Minister will be gifting mobile medical units in remote areas of 15 districts where health facilities  are almost negligible, like Naxal affected areas.


Mayawati will also be launching the second phase of a sewerage treatment plant in Lucknow, besides dedicating the people the renovation project in Hazratganj,one of the oldest markets in the city which completed 200 years last month.


Among the new projects to be inaugurated by the Chief Minister an auditorium constructed by Rajkiya Nirman Nigam at Ram Manohar Lohia National University (RMLNLU),which  is named after Bhim Rao Ambedkar."The auditorium spread over an area of around 1,200 square metre will have a capacity of 3,100," the official said.