Give final shape to new schemes announced in budget in two months and necessary government orders should also be issued
Taking the welfare and developmental schemes to the poor and weaker sections of the society priority of the state government
Samajwadi Government working to provide relief and help to all sections of the society without any prejudice
Executing Agencies and all District Magistrates should scrutinize threadbare the development and welfare schemes
Chief Secretary directed to ensure detailed monitoring of the instructions
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav has directed officers to promptly issue approvals of financial disbursement for meeting of the targets set under the Development Agenda for the current fiscal 2015-16 so that there is no paucity of funds at the ground level.
He further added that the Development Agenda 2015-16 has been given final shape and the budget has also been given a green signal by the legislature. Under such circumstances, it was imperative that work on developmental projects were fast tracked so that the benefits of these schemes and projects are accrued by the common people.
Mr Yadav instructed that the new schemes announced in the budget be deliberated upon at the right forum and given a final shape within the next two months and necessary GOs issued. He also issued directives that the executing agencies and district magistrates should conduct extensive review of the developmental and welfare schemes so that people are benefited directly.
The chief minister pointed out that it was the priority of the state government to ensure that developmental and welfare schemes rolled out by the state government benefit the weaker, poor and marginalized sections of the society. He also reiterated that the Samajwadi government worked to help and aid all sections of the society without any bias or prejudice.
Mr Yadav also warned against any laxity at any level, with regards to implementing priorities of the state government and said such errant and callous officers would be dealt firmly. The chief minister also directed the chief secretary to monitor the compliance of these directives and apprise him of the progress from time to time. He also said that he himself would be conducting review of the progress on these points with senior officers.
The chief minister also directed the chief secretary to hold first review meeting on May 18, 2015 in this regard.