How much our MPs spent their MPLADS


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Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) is a scheme formulated by Government of India on 23 December 1993 that provides that each member of parliament of India has the choice to suggest to the Head of the District works to the tune of Rs.5 crore per year, to be taken up in his/her constituency.

Elected Members of Rajya Sabha representing the whole of the State as they do, may select works for implementation in one or more district(s) as they may choose.

As per the MPLADS website our MP Suresh Angadi has recommended work of Rs.2.35 crores and still Rs.6.19 cores remain unspent from the 9 crore eligible.

Rajya Sabha MP Dr.Prabhakar Kore has recommended works of Rs.4 crores with an unspent balance of 2.93 crores.

M.P.
District

Cumulative Expenditure ( inception in 14th Lok Sabha)

Entitlement
of Constituency
(Rs.Crore)

Released
by G.O.I.
(Rs.Crore)

Amount
available
with interest
(Rs.Crore)

Amount
Recommended
(Rs.Crore)

Amount
Sanctioned
(Rs.Crore)

Expenditure
Incurred
(Rs.Crore)

Percent of
Utilisation
Over
Released

Unspent
Balance
(Rs.Crore)

Suresh Angadi Chanabasappa
BELGAUM

26.05

25.05

26.01

29.98

24.95

23.96

95.65

2.05

Cumulative Expenditure (15th Lok Sabha 2009-2010)

Suresh Angadi Chanabasappa
BELGAUM

9

7.11

7.14

2.35

2.21

0.95

13.37

6.19

Cumulative Expenditure Rajya Sabha

Prabhakar Kore
BELGAUM

11

5

5.1

4

2.64

2.17

43.4

2.93

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. peace on belgaum People during Mr angadi and Mr, kore roleing on that set what they down still belgaum person they dont know im right or worng as per the Amount and this kind of person they are
    win always and untill they not takeing blood of poor people this think our govt should take actions on that …………………………..

  2. Where is the remaining crore of tax payer money, Best option would be to file RTI and get more details on expenditure. How much was spent on work and how much work is completed?

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