KARNATAKA LEGISLATORS’ LOCAL AREA DEVELOPMENT (KLLAD) FUND
cenforce viagra What is it : Fund provided by Government of Karnataka for members of Legislative Assembly to take up developmental works in his or her constituency
- The KLLADS was first approved in 2001 with a budget of Rs 25 lakhs per constituency for Non Planned expenditure.
- In 2009 the rules were changed to mark it for planned expenses.
- By 2013 the amount was increased to Rs 2 crore.
buy modafinil in ireland How is the Fund used:
- The process for the utilisation of the budget is quite detailed with three main authorities – the legislator, the Deputy Commissioners and the Planning Department.
- The MLA first sends a proposal of works in his constituency to the Deputy Commissioners of his/her district.
- The DC accords the administrative approval for the MLA’s recommendation and selects the local body which will implement the project.
- The officer then sends an approved plan to the Department of Planning which is the nodal authority for this budget.
- The DCs have to submit monthly reports in the progress of these projects.
- Money sanctioned for any project should be released by the DC in two parts – 75% is to be released at the start of the project and 25% after it is completed following inspections.
What is the recent news : The fund will be utilised to ramp up rural medical infrastructure