Member of Parliament - Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS)

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The Government of India introduced this new scheme March 1993 in which each member of parliament (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) is eligible for grant of Rs.5.00 Crores per year for taking of developmental activities in his / her constituency. The scheme is implemented by the DRDA’s. The funds are release to the Districts directly release to the districts.

OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME

  1. Members of Parliament are approached by their constituents, quiet often, for small works of capital nature to be done in their constituencies. Hence, there was a demand made by the MPs that they should be able to recommend works to be done in their constituencies. Considering these suggestions, the Prime Minister announced in the Parliament on 23 rd December, 1993, the “MPs Local Area Development Scheme”.

  2. Under this Scheme, each MP will have the choice to suggest to the District Collector, works to the tune of Rs.5.00 Crores per year, to be taken up in his/her constituency Members of Rajya Sabha may select any district from the State from which he/she has been elected and the nominated Members of Parliament may select any one district in any State/UT for implementation of their choice of works under the scheme.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE SCHEME

  • Each MP will give a choice of works to the concerned Collector who will get them implemented through Government agencies in the district by following the established procedures.
  • The works under this Scheme shall be developmental in nature based on locally felt needs. No Purchases of inventory, equipment, etc., or revenue expenditure should be allowed. The type of Works should be such as can be completed in one or two working seasons and lead to the creation of durable assets.
  • The following is an illustrative list of Works that may be taken up under this scheme :-
     
    1. Construction of buildings for schools, hostels, libraries and other buildings of educational institutions belonging to Government or local bodies. Such buildings belonging to aided institutions also can be constructed if the ownership of the land has been transferred in favour of Government till the building stands

    2. Providing drinking water to the people in the village, towns or cities, by digging tube wells or other works which may help in this respect

    3. Construction of villages roads or approach roads

    4. Construction of bridges on the approach roads and village roads

    5. Construction of common shelters for the old or handicapped

    6. Construction of buildings for local bodies for cultural and sports activities or for hospitals

    7. Social forestry, farm forestry horticulture, pastures, parks and gardens in Government and Community land

    8. Desilting of village Ponds

    9. Construction of public irrigation channels and public drainage schemes

    10. Construction of Common gobar gas plants, non-conventional energy systems/devices for community use and related activities

    11. Construction of small irrigation bandhs or lift irrigation schemes or water table recharging schemes

    12. Public libraries and reading rooms

    13. Creaches and anganwadis

    14. Construction of Public health care buildings, including family welfare sub-centres together with the ANM residential quarters. Such buildings belonging to aided institutions also can be constructed if the ownership of the land has been transferred in favour of Government till the building stands

    15. Crematoriums and structure on burial/cremation grounds

    16. Construction of Public Toilets and Bathrooms

    17. Drains and gutters

    18. Footpaths, pathways and footbridges

    19. Provision of civic amenities like electricity, water, pathways, public toilets etc in slum areas of cities, town and villages and in SC/ST habitations provision of common worksheds in slum and for artisans

    20. Residential schools in Tribal areas

    21. Bus sheds/stops for public transport passengers

    22. Veterinary Aid Centres, artificial insemination centres and breeding centres

From the year 2014 – 15 Tiruvallur District is the Nodal District for Thiru. P.Venugopal, M.P. Tiruvallur Parliamentary Constituency

Year

2014 - 2015

No. of Works Taken up

38
No. of Works Completed 0
Financial Allocation Rs. 216.00 Lakhs
Expenditure Rs. 0.00 Lakhs

MPLADS : 2014-15

Sl.

No.

Agency Name

Physical Progress

Financial Progress

Taken UP

completed

Pending

% of Completion

AS Amount

Expen..

Balance

% of Expen.

1

VILLIVAKKAM

7

0

7

0.00

90.00

0.00

90.00

0.00

2

PUZHAL

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

3

MINJUR

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

4

SHOLAVARAM

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5

GUMMIDIPOONDI

2

0

2

0.00

8.90

0.00

8.90

0.00

6

TIRUVALANGADU

7

0

7

0.00

38.10

0.00

38.10

0.00

7

TIRUTTANI

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

8

PALLIPET

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

9

R.K.PET

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

10

TIRUVALLUR

1

0

1

0.00

10.00

0.00

10.00

0.00

11

POONDI

5

0

5

0.00

19.00

0.00

19.00

0.00

12

KADAMBATHUR

9

0

9

0.00

25.00

0.00

25.00

0.00

13

ELLAPURAM

0

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

14

POONAMALLEE

7

0

7

0.00

25.00

0.00

25.00

0.00

Total No of Works Taken Up

38

0

38

0.00

216

0

216.00

0

  

MPLADS - MP Wise 2014 - 2015

S.No.

MP Name

Physical

Financial

Taken-up

Completed

Pending

% of Complted

Taken-up

Expenditure

Balance

% of Complted

1

Dr. P.Venugopal
(Tiruvallur)

22

0

22

0.00

92.10

0.00

92.10

0.00

2

MPLADS-RS-T.K.RENGARAJAN

2

0

2

0.00

8.90

0.00

8.90

0.00

3

MPLADS-RS-JAYANTHI NATARAJAN

7

0

7

0.00

25.00

0.00

25.00

0.00

4

Thiru.K.N.Ramachandran

MPLADS-LS-SRIPERUMBUDUR

7

0

7

0.00

90.00

0.00

90.00

0.00

Grand Total

38

0

38

0.00

216.00

0.00

216.00

0.00