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Centre urged to expedite release of DoNER funds

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GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to initiate necessary steps for immediate release of funds from the DoNER Ministry.

In a letter to the Prime Minister today, Gogoi said the State Government is yet to receive Rs 118.51 crore despite submission of utilisation certificates (UCs) amounting to Rs 2,195.01 crore. Gogoi also pointed out that the DoNER Ministry has not sanctioned projects from the priority lists of 2014-15 though the State has already submitted Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) of 19 projects against 20 retained projects amounting to Rs 296.17 crore.

Gogoi said the State Government has completed 373 projects out of the 619 sanctioned projects under Non Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) amounting to Rs 2,643.81 crore with fund utilisation being 83 per cent. �As completion of the projects now under different stages of implementation being crucial for the development of the State, non-release of funds on a timely basis not only hampers the progress of these vital projects, but also leads to cost overruns,� he said.

The Chief Minister requested the Prime Minister to issue necessary instruction to the DoNER Ministry for streamlining the process of release of funds on a priority basis.

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Centre urged to expedite release of DoNER funds

GUWAHATI, Nov 3 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to initiate necessary steps for immediate release of funds from the DoNER Ministry.

In a letter to the Prime Minister today, Gogoi said the State Government is yet to receive Rs 118.51 crore despite submission of utilisation certificates (UCs) amounting to Rs 2,195.01 crore. Gogoi also pointed out that the DoNER Ministry has not sanctioned projects from the priority lists of 2014-15 though the State has already submitted Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) of 19 projects against 20 retained projects amounting to Rs 296.17 crore.

Gogoi said the State Government has completed 373 projects out of the 619 sanctioned projects under Non Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) amounting to Rs 2,643.81 crore with fund utilisation being 83 per cent. �As completion of the projects now under different stages of implementation being crucial for the development of the State, non-release of funds on a timely basis not only hampers the progress of these vital projects, but also leads to cost overruns,� he said.

The Chief Minister requested the Prime Minister to issue necessary instruction to the DoNER Ministry for streamlining the process of release of funds on a priority basis.

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