NLA session: CM lays down administrative reports

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/19/2021 1:39:11 PM IST

State Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio laid down various administrative reports and bills in the ongoing seventh session of the 13th Assembly session, Friday.

According to DIPR report, the reports were copy of each of the following departments for the year 2020-21: Department of Finance; Department of Justice and Law; Department of School Education; Personal & Administrative Reforms Department; Information and Public Relations Department; Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services; Department of Environment, Forest & Climate Change; Department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Protection and Department of Technical Education. 
He also laid down the copy of second annual report of Nagaland Lokayukta, January 2020 to December 2020, state finances audit report of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India for the year ended March 31, 2019 (Report No. 1 of 2020), Finance Accounts (Vol-l & Vol-ll) 2018-19.
Copies of the annual administrative report of the Department of Power, 2020-21; Transport Department, 2020-21; Department of Rural Development, 2020-21; Department of Social Welfare, 2020-21; Nagaland Public Works Department, Works & Housing, 2020-21; Department of Soil & Water Conservation 2020-21; Department of Geology & Mining, 2020-21 and the Department of Higher Education, 2020-21 were laid on the table. Chief minister and minister in-charge of Finance, Neiphiu Rio also moved the Nagaland Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (amendment) bill and the Nagaland appropriation (No.1, No. 2, No. 3) Bill 2021 and passed the bills.
Member and chairman, Committee on Subordinate Legislation (2020-21), Dr. Imtiwapang Aier presented a copy of the following reports: Sixty Second and Sixty Third Report on Nagaland Agricultural Produce Marketing (General) Rules, 2006 (62nd Report) and Nagaland State Biological Diversity Rules, 2012 (63rd Report), Sixty-Fourth Report on Nagaland Information and Public Relations Service Rules, 2013, Sixty-Fifth Report on the Nagaland Government Printing Press (Technical) Service Rules, 2015.
Member and chairman, Committee on Estimates (2020-21), Pukhayi Sumi presented copies of the following reports: 141st report on action taken on the observation/recommendations contained in the 136th Report of the Committee on estimates pertaining to Technical Education Department (state technical scholarship & minority scholarship); 142nd report on action taken on the observation/recommendations contained in the 137th report of the Committee on estimates pertaining to Public Health Engineering Department (Rural & Urban Water Supply) and 143rd report on action taken on the observation/recommendations contained in the 139th report of the Committee on estimates pertaining to the Transport Department (Motor Vehicles Department & Nagaland State Transport).
Meanwhile, supplementary demands for regularisation of excess expenditure for the Year 2012-2013, 2013-2014 and supplementary demand for grants for the year 2020-21 were passed by the House.

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