The amount will be sent to the beneficiaries for the construction of toilets

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The amount will be transferred to the beneficiaries for the construction of toilets
Maharajganj. There is news of relief for the beneficiaries who are waiting for funds to build individual toilets. The preparations for the disbursement of funds via the PFMS (Public Finance Management System) have been completed. The amount will shortly be transferred to the account of 28,592 beneficiaries from 12 blocks in the district.
With the aim of promoting cleanliness, work on feeding 28,592 beneficiaries in 12 blocks of the district has currently been completed. The amount must be transferred to the bank account of the beneficiaries who have been fed. A maximum of 4196 in Nichlaul, 3301 in Farenda, 2691 in Paniyara, 2415 in Ghughli, 2355 in Sadar or Mithora, 2392 in Paratawal, 2331 in Siswa, 2237 in Nautanwa, 2143 in Brijmanganj, 1725 in Lakshmipur and 451 in Dhani. Panchayat Raj’s district commissioner, Krishna Bahadur Verma, announced that 28,592 beneficiaries will soon receive funds for the construction of toilets.
Half of the amount is sent in the first installment
Each beneficiary receives 12,000 rupees for the construction of toilets. As the first installment, an amount of 6,000 is transferred to the account. After the work is done with that amount, the remaining 50 percent is spent.
Toilet construction incomplete in eight villages
melted. Public toilets are incomplete in around eight villages in the region. If there is a tank somewhere, the engine is not installed. Somewhere the lock is not open even after the toilet is built. Dr. Balram Singh, Hanuman Gupta, Madarshan Singh, Dharmendra Singh, Radheshyam Singh, Sandeep Pandey, Bablu Singh, Rakesh Kharwar, Saimullah, Munna Singh, Chandan Yadav, Ramdhyan Malla, Mohan Yadav said that Medinipur, Chaumukha is the public toilet in all grams -Sabhas, including Belwa Tiwari, Bhuwana, Mangalpur Patkhauli, Basantpur, incomplete. There is no water supply in the construction of Pakiyar Bishunpur public toilets. Panchayat Deputy Official Radheshyam Singh said efforts are being made quickly to build the incomplete toilets. conversation

The amount will be transferred to the beneficiaries for the construction of toilets

Maharajganj. There is news of relief for the beneficiaries who are waiting for funds to build individual toilets. The preparations for the disbursement of funds via the PFMS (Public Finance Management System) have been completed. The amount will shortly be transferred to the account of 28,592 beneficiaries from 12 blocks in the district.

With the aim of promoting cleanliness, work on feeding 28,592 beneficiaries in 12 blocks of the district has currently been completed. The amount must be transferred to the bank account of the beneficiaries who have been fed. A maximum of 4196 in Nichlaul, 3301 in Farenda, 2691 in Paniyara, 2415 in Ghughli, 2355 in Sadar or Mithora, 2392 in Paratawal, 2331 in Siswa, 2237 in Nautanwa, 2143 in Brijmanganj, 1725 in Lakshmipur and 451 in Dhani. Panchayat Raj’s district commissioner, Krishna Bahadur Verma, announced that 28,592 beneficiaries will soon receive funds for the construction of toilets.

Half of the amount is sent in the first installment

Each beneficiary receives 12,000 rupees for the construction of toilets. As the first installment, an amount of 6,000 is transferred to the account. After the work is done with that amount, the remaining 50 percent is spent.

Toilet construction incomplete in eight villages

melted. Public toilets are incomplete in around eight villages in the region. If there is a tank somewhere, the engine is not installed. Somewhere the lock is not open even after the toilet is built. Dr. Balram Singh, Hanuman Gupta, Madarshan Singh, Dharmendra Singh, Radheshyam Singh, Sandeep Pandey, Bablu Singh, Rakesh Kharwar, Saimullah, Munna Singh, Chandan Yadav, Ramdhyan Malla, Mohan Yadav said that Medinipur, Chaumukha is the public toilet in all grams -Sabhas, including Belwa Tiwari, Bhuwana, Mangalpur Patkhauli, Basantpur, incomplete. There is no water supply in the construction of Pakiyar Bishunpur public toilets. Panchayat Deputy Official Radheshyam Singh said efforts are being made quickly to build the incomplete toilets. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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