Zilla Parishad received large amount of funding from the accounts year 30.54 and 50.54 under District Annual Plan. The State Government’s Rural Development Department, after taking the government decision on October 6, 2018, formed a committee under the Chairmanship of the Guardian Minister to remove ZP rights and gave it to the committee.
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Gondia: Zilla Parishads received large amount of funds from the accounts of 30.54 and 50.54 in the yearly period under the District Annual Plan. The State Government’s Rural Development Department, after taking the government decision on October 6, 2018, formed a committee under the Chairmanship of the Guardian Minister to remove ZP rights and gave it to the committee.
Therefore, against this decision, the District Judge Gangadhar Parashuramkar, Kishor Taroane had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court’s Nagpur Bench. The court gave the stay on this order on Monday. Under the District Annual Plan, there is a large amount of funding for the construction of the district road and other routes under the Accountant 30.50 and 50.54. The District Proposal is proposed by this fund, which was sent to the Collector for approval when the committee was approved by the Standing Committee and members of the general body on the approval list. They were applying this list.
However, the State Government took the decision on October 6 to set up a committee under the chairmanship of the Guardian Minister to cancel all previous government decisions and spend the expenses under the Accountant 30.57 and 50.54. In this committee, the Guardian Minister included two MLAs and collector members and chief executive officer ZP members. The authority also gave the authority to decide whether to give jobs to the competent ZP Public Works Department, if the government does not stop there.
During this decision, there was dissatisfaction among the ZP members in the state. Meanwhile, ZP members Parshuramkar and Tarun challenged the Bombay High Court’s Nagpur Bench against this decision. A division bench of Justice Bhushan Dharmadhikari and Justice SM Mudak was hearing before this today. The court heard the matter and gave up the stay order on 6 October 2018.
If the committee set up by the government has planned to spend the funds, then it has also stayed the proceedings and put the next hearing on November 29. In this case Parashuramkar and Tarode have advised the adv. Sharif worked.