Back up programme
State Administration has decided to do the follow-up action for the back to village programme after it received the entire feedback from all the three regions of the State. In this direction, State Chief Secretary recently chaired a marathon meeting to discuss the follow up action on the recently concluded ‘Back to Village’ Programme.
He appreciated the cooperation of the people in the successful conduct of the ‘Back to Village’ Programme. He lauded the efforts of the DCs and the visiting officers in the entire programme. He referred to the Governor for having conveyed his deepest appreciation to all those who were part of this maiden initiative. He urged DCs to upload the feedback/date sent by the officers deployed to the 4483 Panchayats and complete the process by July 12, 2019. He said once the data is uploaded, it will be analysed critically and issues prioritized for early resolution as far as possible. The initiative will be carried forward to strengthen the Panchayat Raj Institutions, he observed.
He also reviewed the district wise implementation status of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM KISAN), Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Mandaan (PM SYM) and various pension schemes. Out of 14.7 Lakh farmer families in the state, a list of 10.5 Lakh beneficiaries has been uploaded on the PM KISAN Portal. Chief Secretary urged DCs to ensure that all beneficiaries are covered under the Programme and complete list of beneficiaries is uploaded by July, 27, 2019. Under PM KISAN landholding farmer families are being provided direct income support at the rate of Rs. 6,000 per year. This income support is being transferred directly into their bank accounts in three equal installments of Rs 2,000 each.