Crores spent during the administrator’s tenure – 95 days … 86 grams of panchayats … and spent more than five crores

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Amroha. The village chiefs’ term was completed before the three-stage Panchayat elections were held in the state. In such a situation, command of the village panchayats was handed over to the administrators. Before the oath was given to the new leaders, responsibility for carrying out development work in the village panchayats lay with the administrators. The administrators have spent more than five million in 86 panchayats in the district. The Divisional Commissioner has launched an investigation into all of these cases. He has requested information from the DPRO.
There are a total of 597 grams of panchayats in the district. The term of office of all village chiefs ended on December 25, 2020. At the same time, Assistant Development Officers were appointed as administrators of Gram Panchayats. Lakhs rupees remained in the Gram Panchayats account. Then the Assistant Development Officers began working in the Gram Panchayats. However, these people have done a lot of arbitrariness by spending the amount of the Fifth Finance Commission and the 15th Finance Commission. Upon receiving the information, Commissioner Anjaneya Kumar Singh summoned the details to the DPRO. Then the list of the Gram Panchayats was given to the CDO. In addition, the work in the Gram Panchayats must now be investigated and action must be taken if the rules and standards are violated.
Gram Panchayat spends more than 10 lakhs
Aharoi (Amroha), Dhaka (Hasanpur), Sihali Jagir (Gajraula), Didoli and Kailasa (Joya), Dyoti, Sherpur, Azampur and Chuchaila Kala (Dhanora), while Chandankota, Santhalpur, Adampur, Buravali, Marora, Mangroula and Biharipur A. . (Gangeshwari).
During the administrator’s tenure, more than Rs 10 lakh work was performed in 18 gram panchayats in the district. Apart from that, more than Rs 5 lakh was paid in 76 grams of panchayats. Following the commissioner’s instructions, the Panchayati Raj department provided the information.
– Chandrashekhar Shukla, CDO

Amroha. The village chiefs’ term was completed before the three-stage Panchayat elections were held in the state. In such a situation, command of the village panchayats was handed over to the administrators. Before the oath was given to the new leaders, responsibility for carrying out development work in the village panchayats lay with the administrators. The administrators have spent more than five million in 86 panchayats in the district. The Divisional Commissioner has launched an investigation into all of these cases. He has requested information from the DPRO.

There are a total of 597 grams of panchayats in the district. The term of office of all village chiefs ended on December 25, 2020. At the same time, Assistant Development Officers were appointed as administrators of Gram Panchayats. Lakhs rupees remained in the Gram Panchayats account. Then the Assistant Development Officers began working in the Gram Panchayats. However, these people have done a lot of arbitrariness by spending the amount of the Fifth Finance Commission and the 15th Finance Commission. Upon receiving the information, Commissioner Anjaneya Kumar Singh summoned the details to the DPRO. Then the list of the Gram Panchayats was given to the CDO. In addition, the work in the Gram Panchayats must now be investigated and action must be taken if the rules and standards are violated.

Gram Panchayat spends more than 10 lakhs

Aharoi (Amroha), Dhaka (Hasanpur), Sihali Jagir (Gajraula), Didoli and Kailasa (Joya), Dyoti, Sherpur, Azampur and Chuchaila Kala (Dhanora), while Chandankota, Santhalpur, Adampur, Buravali, Marora, Mangroula and Biharipur A. . (Gangeshwari).

During the administrator’s tenure, more than Rs 10 lakh work was performed in 18 gram panchayats in the district. Apart from that, more than Rs 5 lakh was paid in 76 grams of panchayats. Following the commissioner’s instructions, the Panchayati Raj department provided the information.

– Chandrashekhar Shukla, CDO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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