Yamuna Clean Mission: 1028 Crore Additional Fund Approved For Cleaning Yamuna – 1028 Crore Additional Fund Approved For Cleaning Yamuna

White poisonous foam flowing in Yamuna

White poisonous foam flowing in Yamuna
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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In order to accelerate Chief Minister Kejriwal’s vision of cleaning the Yamuna, a supplementary grant of Rs 1028 crore was approved in the Vidhan Sabha on Thursday. During this, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia shared that the government has released the money of Delhi Jal Board. Along with this, additional budget has also been released for the cleaning of Yamuna.

He said that the Lieutenant Governor made every possible effort to stop the work of cleaning the Yamuna by putting pressure on the officials. Despite the budget being approved by the House, the works of the Jal Board were stopped. They first tried to stop the scheme, when the scheme did not stop, the fund was stopped, but the work of cleaning Yamuna is going on. Delhi government will never let the work of cleaning Yamuna stop.

Manish Sisodia said that Yamuna will remain clean before the next elections as promised by the Chief Minister. They will do whatever they have to do for this. The Delhi government is working on a war footing in this direction. Making the cleaning of Yamuna a priority, Chief Minister Kejriwal himself has closely monitored each and every aspect.

In addition to the supplementary grant for the cleaning of Yamuna, in order to increase the pace of progress of Delhi and to speed up the works of public interest, the Vidhan Sabha has given 100 crore additional funds for the year 2022-23 in the Mukhya Mantri Sadak Yojana, for trans-Yamuna area work. 49 crores, additional fund of about 800 crores for road maintenance of PWD, construction of additional classrooms, re-modelling of hospitals etc., 75 crores for irrigation and flood control department, 8 crores for Chhath Ghats, 1-1 crore for martyrs An additional amount of 25 crores for giving honorarium of Rs. 50 crores for Mukhyamantri Teerth Yatra Yojana, 75 crores for SCST Welfare, 50 crores for DGHS, 364 crores for hospitals fund, 78 crores for higher education Crore, 199 Crore for Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan, 130 Crore for Uniform Subsidy, 114 Crore for Mid Day Meal, 60 Crore for Law Department, 10 Crore under Kejriwal Government Scheme for the Betterment of Lawyers.

Demand for compensation to the farmers of Nangli village

The BJP raised the issue of the farmers of Delhi from the Vidhansabha to the road. Describing the compensation given by the Delhi government as unfair, the BJP also protested. The protesters said that the Delhi government is giving compensation for the land of the farmers of Nangli village, but it is depriving the farmers of the actual price. Under the leadership of Delhi BJP working president Virendra Sachdeva, farmers of Nangli and Rawta villages protested outside the assembly. Sachdeva said that the government was trying to forcibly acquire the land by giving undue compensation. BJP will not allow the farmer’s land to be looted at the cost of pennies. The government should give compensation of Rs 2.5 crore per acre to the people of Nangli village at the market rate. Drain water is being released in the fields of the farmers.

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