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Avoid parking of funds, Odisha Chief Secretary advises the departments

Bhubaneswar, Jan 24 (UNI) Odisha Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy today directed the departments to avoid parking of funds so that actual expenditure would be reflected on the common treasury portal.
Reviewing fiscal performances of various departments up to December 2019, Mr.Tripthy advised the departments to avoid parking of funds with the assurances of reallocation under ‘commitment management and control (CMC).
Official sources said by December end of current year, total revenue collection has grown around 8.39 per cent over the corresponding period of last financial year.
The Chief Secretary directed the departments adopt Mo Sarkar parameters by March 5, 2020.
Review showed the revenue generation from non-tax sources grew around 9 per cent by end of December, 2019 in comparison to the corresponding period of the last year with a total collection of around Rs.9498.17 crore.
Similarly, the revenue generation from own tax sources also increased by 8.13 per cent with a total collection of around Rs.22,598 crore against last year’s collection of Rs. 20,898crore.
The total revenue generation from both the sources by end of December 2019 has increased around 8.39 per cent over the corresponding period of last fiscal.
In real terms, the total revenue has touched Rs.32,097 crore by end of December, 2019.
Keeping in tune with the revenue generation, the budget utilization by end of December grew around 15 per cent over last fiscal year.
The total expenditure by December end of current fiscal was around Rs.82,201 crore against the last year’s expenditure of Rs 71,602 crore.
The actual utilization in social sector reached Rs. 34,400cr. followed by Rs. 11,250 crore in agriculture & allied sector and Rs.9,194 crore in infrastructure laying sector.
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