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UP Cabinet discusses NITI suggestions, merger of ministries, govt departments on the anvil

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Sources additionally mentioned that on the Yogi Adityanath-led UP Cupboard made some adjustments within the current suggestions submitted by the committee. (File)

Two years after NITI Aayog instructed reorganisation of departments in Uttar Pradesh authorities for higher governance, the state Cupboard on Tuesday took up the problem for the primary time. Although no closing choice might be taken within the assembly, which was chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Cupboard mentioned the suggestions made by the six-member committee that was instituted by the state authorities to look into the merger of departments and ministers in accordance to the NITI Aayog’s options.

The six-member committee, led by senior IAS officer Sanjay Agarwal, had just lately submitted its report back to the federal government. In response to the federal government sources, the panel has advisable to deliver the variety of authorities departments within the state from current 93 to about 44 to 50, and reorganise the ministries accordingly.

Sources additionally mentioned that on the Cupboard made some adjustments within the current suggestions submitted by the committee.

“The Cabinet was of the opinion that there are some points on which more discussions are needed. The Cabinet has not yet approved the proposal,” Well being minister and authorities spokesperson Sidharth Nath Singh mentioned after the assembly right here.

“A team of NITI Aayog had visited UP on May 10, 2017, headed by then vice-chairman and also the then CEO. Fourteen secretaries of the Government of India were also a part of that team, which held meeting with all our departments and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. A joint working group was formed, which was headed by me, and it also had the state Chief Secretary as well as CEO of NITI Aayog,” Singh added.

The minister mentioned that through the discussions on a roadmap for the state’s improvement and the required motion factors, there was a suggestion for reorganisation of the ministries and the federal government. He mentioned {that a} committee headed by then Principal Secretary (Secondary Schooling) Sanjay Agarwal was fashioned, which gave its suggestions to the CM just lately.

“With some changes, we would again bring it before the Cabinet within a week or 10 days,” mentioned Singh, including that the ultimate draft could be on the thought of “minimum government and maximum governance” given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In the meantime, Union Minister for Jal Shakti Ministry Gajendra Singh is predicted to go to Lucknow on Wednesday.

Rs 99 crore for storing EVMs, VVPATs

Lucknow: The Cupboard on Tuesday accredited the proposal of the Election Fee for allocating Rs 99 crore for the present monetary 12 months. Whereas about Rs 97.93 crore might be used for preparations of warehouse for storing VVPAT machines in 71 districts of the state, Rs 1.07 crore has been accredited for building of warehouse and workplace for storing of EVMs in Mau district.

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