Member of Legislative Assembly Area Development Schemes (MLAADS)

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The MLA Area Development (MLAADS) Scheme was introduced in 1994-95 under the sub-sector “Sub-Divisional Special Programme” of Decentralized Planning Division. The scheme was brought under operation in the line of MP’s Local Area Development (MPLAD) Scheme with a view to upgrade the infrastructural status in each Assembly Constituency of the State. All schemes are implemented by the concerned Deputy Commissioner of the district on recommendation of the concerned MLA as per Guidelines of the MLAAD Scheme. Initially, i.e, in 1994-95, an amount of Rs. 5.00 Lakh was allotted to each MLA for recommendation of development works per annum.

At present, the amount has been increased to Rs. 1.00 crore per LAC per annum and release the fund installment wise so that the development schemes would be taken up at the earliest.

The works recommended under this scheme should conform to -

i) Developmental nature,

ii) Non-recurring expenditure,

iii) Creation of assets for future,

iv) Related to direct benefit to the public,

v) Community programme,

vi) Electrification programme,

vii) In case of bank linkage schemes approved by concerned department and lead bank for agricultural machinery like shallow tube wells, power tillers etc.,

viii) Assets creation by infrastructure development for BPL/SC & ST/OBC/MOBC Community/SHG by way of providing fishery, rubber plantation, sericulture and handloom,

ix) Self employment programme of BPL/SC & ST/OBC/MOBC SHGs,

x) Schemes for drinking water supply, education, electricity facility, health & family welfare, irrigation facility, roads, pathways, culverts & bridges, sports and other public facilities including sanitation & public health.


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MLAAD Guidelines (Revised) 1.16 MB