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Allocation of Rs 104 crores to collectors for prevention of Corona pandemic approved

Cabinet meeting held under the chairmanship of CM Shri Chouhan 

भोपाल : शुक्रवार, मई 14, 2021, 20:37 IST

In a virtual Cabinet meeting held today, under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, allocation of Rs 104 crore that is an undisclosed amount of Rs 2 crore to each collector was approved for the proper arrangement and management of the pandemic at the ground level in view of the spread of Covid-19 infection. This includes arrangement of rehabilitation camps including food and clothing, operation of medical camps (quarantine camps), supervision of camps, security of employees deployed in essential works, sanitation expenses etc. for the various works beng undertaken for the prevention of Covid-19 and purchase of essential equipments in the financial year 2021-22.

The Cabinet, cancelled the lease of the government land allotted on lease under the Pradhan Mantri Awas (Urban) Scheme at 103 places of 37 urban bodies in 31 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Decision was taken to fix and allocate annual land revenue as per the provision made in Madhya Pradesh Land Revenue Code (Determination and Re-Determination of Land Revenue) Rules, 2018, and zero prabhayaji in favour land owner as per the provision of the Navin Nazul Bhoomi Nirvartan Nirdesh 2020 (under implementation at present) and to execute the deed for giving the land-ownership rights as per the prescribed form in Madhya Pradesh Nazul Bhoomi Nirvartan Nirdesh, 2020.

The Cabinet approved the excise system of Madhya Pradesh for the period from June 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. Under this, the licensees of the existing liquor shops of the state have been given the option of renovation of liquor shops with a price hike of 10 percent. Decision has been taken to extend the country liquor supply system up to 31 July, 2021 as approved by the Cabinet earlier till 31 May 2021.

The Cabinet transferred the land under question transferred to NVDA of Municipal Council Chhanera of the Indira Sagar Project submergence hit families of Ward no. 1-7 and ward no. 15 back to the Revenue Department. Decision was taken to allot the residential plot provided by NVDA to the land-owning authority, except for the displaced persons who have received the landowner's right to the plot. Except the residential plots, the remaining plots will be kept on lease as before. Leaseholders will be the lease holders of the state government. It was decided to authorize the District Collector to give land-ownership rights over the residential plots.

After depositing 100 percent of the tender price by the H-1 tenderer for the release of the property of the state Handloom weavers association situated in G 63, Scheme No. 7, yatayat Nagar, District Rewa, on lease obtained from Rewa Municipal Corporation, it was decided by the Cabinet that the Joint Director, Handloom Directorate, Bhopal, Weavers Union, to present

the sale registered contract for the lease asset by July 13, 2047 and to rename the property in favor of the H-1 tenderer in property register from the Rewa Municipal Corporation.

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