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Arunachal Dy CM holds review meet of schemes, proposals announced in Budget 2023-24

First Published: 24th May, 2023 13:54 IST

The primary objective of the review meeting was to ensure efficient execution of policies, schemes and programs outlined in the recently announced budget

Arunachal’s Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein, held a comprehensive review meeting at his office in Itanagar on Tuesday to assess the progress of the implementation of Budget Announcements 2023–24.

The primary objective of the review meeting was to ensure efficient execution of policies, schemes and programs outlined in the recently announced budget.

While the total budget announcement for the FY 23-24 is 2,450 Cr, so far, a total of 86 action plans have been submitted out of a total of 141 budget announcements.

Recognizing the critical role played by each department in driving progress and development in the state, Mein stressed the need for enhanced coordination and cooperation among all the departments.

Mein also advised the department heads to timely select the beneficiaries for beneficiary-oriented schemes and asked them to nominate a nodal officer for their department to follow up on the activities, including the movement of files.

He further urged the officials to adhere strictly to the timelines and facilitate smooth implementation of this year’s budget for 2023–24.

The deadlines for the submission of BE and Guidelines for Clearance and Vetting of Budget Announcements to the Planning and Investment Department are due on May 1, 2023, and the clearance of Budget Estimates and Vetting, along with the clearance of new and revised guidelines, are due on May 15th and 31st, 2023, respectively.

Thereafter, the submission of proposals for finance concurrence to FD for all the new schemes and projects under BE will need to be submitted by September 30, 2023.

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