The Andhra Pradesh authorities has determined to award particular funds to panchayats that are elected unanimously.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy. (Photograph: PTI)
The Andhra Pradesh authorities issued a notification to award particular funds to panchayats that are elected unanimously.
It has determined to present Rs 5 lakh to panchayats with individuals under 2000 and Rs 1 lakh to panchayats with a inhabitants between 2,000 to five,000.
Panchayats with a inhabitants above 5,000 and under 10,000 will get Rs 15 lakh.
Additional, Rs 20 lakh might be given to panchayat with the inhabitants greater than 10 lakh.
The state authorities has launched G.O Rt no. 34, rising the monetary incentives to gram panchayats the place elections could be unanimous.
“Because the GP elections are being held on non-party foundation, it could be prudent to encourage unanimous elections in order that the political interference could be lowered, violence could be decreased and peace and concord would exist within the villages,” Panchayat Raj and Rural Growth Minister Peddireddi Ramachandra Reddy stated.
Rejecting criticism by the Opposition, the Municipal Administration Minister Botsa Satyanarayana stated the Andhra Pradesh authorities has elevated the incentives to “strengthen the administration at village degree with an goal to develop the villages.”
In the meantime, State Election Commissioner (SEC) N Ramesh Kumar is prone to meet Andhara Pardesh Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan and focus on disciplinary actions in opposition to authorities officers, together with IAS and others, for his or her negligence whereas on duties.
The SEC additionally ordered the switch of district collectors of Guntur and Chittoor and superintendent of police, Tirupati City.
The announcement of panchayat polls in Andhra Pradesh witnessed a high-decibel opposition by the ruling YSRCP. The occasion approached the excessive court docket and later the Supreme Court docket in opposition to the choice of State Election Fee. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court docket gave the verdicts in favour of polls.