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Mukhyamantri Nagar Srijan Yojana has support from the UP cabinet

Mukhyamantri Nagar Srijan Yojana

UP Cabinet supports Mukhyamantri Nagar Srijan Yojana 

The UP government has approved a plan to establish Mukhyamantri Nagar Srijan Yojana in order to improve basic urban amenities. It will lay out the rules for enhancing, growing, and establishing new urban local bodies. 
“Citizens in newly created or boundary enlarged regions will be given preferential access to the benefits of essential urban infrastructures including roads, parks, drainage, community halls, schools, Anganwadi centres, and power sector infrastructure,” stated Urban Development Minister AK Sharma. 
He claimed that 191 urban areas that have grown since 2017 would first be included in this programme. The distribution of funds will follow the established methodology, which is based on the local population. According to the calculation, population will account for 90% of the total, with expanded areas accounting for 10%.

Mukhyamantri Nagar Srijan Yojana

According to the report from the relevant district magistrates, the urban development minister is authorized to divert funds if more money is needed than what has been allotted, Sharma added. 
For this programme, a budgetary allocation of Rs. 550 crore has been set for the fiscal year 2022–2023 Amounts of Rs 366.30 crore, Rs 53.35 crore, Rs 58.85 crore, and Rs 71.50 crore are allocated for newly formed nagar panchayats, border extended nagar panchayats, and border extended nagar palika parishads, respectively. 
The bids to expand the limits of Nigohi, a Nagar Panchayat in Shahjahanpur district, and Nagar Panchayat Khaga in Fatehpur district were approved by the cabinet.