Development works gained momentum due to CM Dhami contesting from Champawat, district plan amount increased by 2.04 to 42.82 crores

After the Chief Minister contested from Champawat, the pace of development work has started increasing. For this now the budget constraints will not come in the way. The government has increased the amount of Champawat district scheme from 40.78 crores to 42.82 crores. The demand for increasing the amount of the district plan has already been made by the public representatives. But till now no attention has been paid to this. With the increase in funds, it is expected to help a lot in the development of the district with heterogeneous geographical conditions.
In the district plan, this time Rs 3501 lakh has been proposed for general, Rs 749 lakh in SCSP and Rs 32 lakh in TSP. Whereas the neighboring district of Champawat is Rs 54.44 crore for US Nagar, Rs 54.85 crore for Almora and Rs 52.67 crore for Pithoragarh has been proposed in the district plan. Although these three districts are bigger than Champawat district in terms of population and area.

Till now Champawat used to get 40 crore 78 lakh rupees in the district plan but now it has been increased to 42 crore 82 lakh rupees. With the increase of funds, it will go a long way in preparing development plans in the district and their implementation. Due to paucity of funds, till now most of the works of the schemes prepared by the Zilla Parishad, Panchayat Samiti, Gram Panchayats, Municipal Council could not be completed on time.
With the increase in the amount, budget will be available to all the working organizations according to their plans. The decision to increase the amount of the district plan is being linked to the possible assembly seat of the Chief Minister. People believe that after the victory of the CM in the by-election from Champawat, there may be a further increase in the amount of the district plan. CDO RS Rawat informed that according to the letter received from the government, Rs 2.04 crore has been increased in the district plan this year as compared to last year.

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