Jharkhand Cabinet Approves E-FIR Police Stations In 22 Districts, Vehicles Carrying Minerals In Mining Areas Will Have To Pay Toll Tax

Jamshedpur 15th Sept 2021: The Jharkhand cabinet in a meeting in Ranchi approved the proposal to set up e-FIR police stations in 22 districts of the state.

“The state cabinet has notified for construction of e-FIR thanas in all the 22 districts except Ramgarh and Khunti. Now people will not have to go to thanas for lodging of complaints and FIR but can do it online from the comforts of their homes,” said Jharkhand cabinet secretary Vandana Dadel.

The approval of the Executive Committee was constituted in the light of the provisions of the Ordinance, and the Ordinance was given to amend certain sections of the Jharkhand Panchayat Raj Act, 2001.

The cabinet also approved the creation of the Jharkhand State Juvenile Justice Fund (Constitution, Operation and Implementation Rules-2021), and a savings bank account will be operational in the State Bank of India.

“It will enable donations and funds for rehabilitation of child who has been the victim of trafficking etc,” said a source in the state cabinet.

Under Urban Electrification Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) of Government of India by Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam Limited, 33/11 KB.

Approval was given to transfer 0.4519 acres of land free of cost for the construction of the Vidyut Shakti Sub-station.

The cabinet also approved the installation of statues of three tribal freedom fighters (Poto Ho, Bhagirath Manjhi, and Ganga Narayan Singh) in the under-construction Birsa Munda Museum in the Birsa Munda Jail Complex in the capital Ranchi.

The installation work will be done by the renowned sculpture M/s Ram V Sutar Art Creations Pvt Ltd.

Despite this, approval was given for the creation of posts of subordinate employees/officers in the establishment of a sub-divisional court constituted in the Untari sub-division of the city under the Garhwa district.

Cabinet gave nod for improving riding quality and strengthening of Govindpur-Sahebganj Road (State Highway-18) (total length – 58.26 km) for Rs. 46,20,58,400.

Along with this, a revised amount of Rs 44 crore 4 lakh 95 thousand was also approved for the construction of road overbridge in place of level crossing number-141 between Tata-Adityapur station.

State share amounting to Rs.28 crore 98 lakh 69 thousand 204 is only for the implementation of road overbridge in railway part.

And the remaining amount was given revised administrative approval by the state government for the construction of the approach.

The cabinet also nodded to the amendment of “Jharkhand Excise (Settlement and Operation of Shops for Retail Sale of Liquor) Rules, 2018”, the revenue target fixed for May for the financial year 2021-22 has been fixed for that month.

Post-facto approval was given on a proposal to fix 50% (whichever is higher) of actual off-take or product revenue target to help liquor traders deal with losses due to COVID restrictions.

The Jharkhand Highway Fee (Determination and Collection of Rates) Amendment Rules, 2021, has been approved, under which vehicles carrying mines will now have to pay tax on specified roads.

Administrative approval of the total estimated amount of 80.75 crores (out of which Rooftop Power Plant) for developing the city of the state as Solar City in light of the guidelines of the Ministry of Power.

In the first phase, approval was given to develop Giridih as a solar city, with 40% central and 60% state share to the beneficiaries.

However, the amendment was approved in the proposal regarding the formation of the Jharkhand State Administrative Reforms Commission.

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