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Tripura still tops MNREGA implementation

By Correspondent

AGARTALA, March 16 � Tripura still tops the MGNREGA in terms of mandays generation with 71.80 mandays followed by Maharashtra with 49.18 mandays and Rajasthan with 43.22 mandays. The overall mandays at the national level stands at 33. The status came out at a review meeting on MGNREGA at Civil Secretariat�s conference hall here on Saturday.

Attending the meeting, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar criticised the alleged negative approach of the Centre to push Tripura �backward� in MGNREGA implementation. He said the State has achieved success in generating mandays due to relentless efforts by all concerned.

Interestingly, the State is yet to utilise the full amount of revised outlay due to cease work by MGNREGA employees. Though the Centre had approved Rs 1400 crore as labour budget for 2014-15 FY, later it was revised at Rs 652 crore. So far, the State has been able to draw Rs 636.62 crore. The State will get lower amount if it fails to utilise the revised outlay.

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Tripura still tops MNREGA implementation

AGARTALA, March 16 � Tripura still tops the MGNREGA in terms of mandays generation with 71.80 mandays followed by Maharashtra with 49.18 mandays and Rajasthan with 43.22 mandays. The overall mandays at the national level stands at 33. The status came out at a review meeting on MGNREGA at Civil Secretariat�s conference hall here on Saturday.

Attending the meeting, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar criticised the alleged negative approach of the Centre to push Tripura �backward� in MGNREGA implementation. He said the State has achieved success in generating mandays due to relentless efforts by all concerned.

Interestingly, the State is yet to utilise the full amount of revised outlay due to cease work by MGNREGA employees. Though the Centre had approved Rs 1400 crore as labour budget for 2014-15 FY, later it was revised at Rs 652 crore. So far, the State has been able to draw Rs 636.62 crore. The State will get lower amount if it fails to utilise the revised outlay.