Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the Left Democratic Front government has created a tradition of keeping election promises in a timely manner and presenting its details to the people in the last five years. It sought to strengthen the essence of democracy through constant contact between the state and the people. Through decentralized democracy, our state has risen to the world’s attention.
Kerala is also at the forefront of proving through experience that the responsibility of the government to the people is a necessary follow-up process. People need to know its progress at every stage. This is the approach taken by the previous government without compromise. The government is launching an action plan today as part of its commitment to adopt the same approach.
The 100-day program, which runs from June 11 to September 19, is being announced here today.
In the early stages of the Covid-19 epidemic, measures including lockdown had to be taken to prevent the spread of the disease. As a result, the economy weakened. There was a loss of jobs. To address its impact, economic stimulus and job creation programs were included in the 100-day program implemented in two phases last year.
At this juncture of the second wave of Covid-19s, construction and job creation are urgently needed to accelerate economic growth. The focus is on policies and programs to accelerate the achievements of health, education and social security, and to accelerate economic growth and create quality employment.
The aim is to enable the building of a knowledge-based economy with a focus on science and technology and skills development. Extreme emphasis will be placed on poverty alleviation, elimination of economic and social inequalities, implementation of eco-friendly development perspectives and adoption of modern solid waste management practices conducive to healthy urban life.
Along with increasing production in the agricultural sector, the production of non-toxic food items is also a major objective. The 100-day program is being implemented as part of a time-bound plan to achieve these goals.
The guidelines for implementing the key promises in the manifesto were discussed and announced at the first cabinet meeting after the swearing-in on May 20.
The 100-day program includes programs worth `2464.92 crore through the Public Works Department, Rebuild Kerala Initiative and KIFB.
The design of the important project which will provide employment to 20 lakh educated people will be completed on the recommendation of KDisk. At the level of Local Self Governments, the Local Self Governments will prepare a draft plan to create employment for 5 out of 1000 people.
Approximately 77,350 direct and indirect jobs will be created in 100 days under various departments. Department of Industries 10,000, Co-operation 10,000, Kudumbasree 2,000, Kerala Financial Corporation 2,000, Women Development Corporation 2,500, Backward Development Corporation 2,500, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Development Corporation 2,500, IT. Zone 1000, Local Self Government Department 7,000 (Young Women Entrepreneurship Program 5000, Micro Enterprises 2000), Health Department 4142 (indirectly), Animal Husbandry Department 350 (indirectly), Transport Department 7500 and Revenue Department 26,000 Surveyors and Chainman jobs as part of the Village Reserve.
Progress on the implementation of the 100-day program will be announced separately upon completion of 100 days. The Rebuild Kerala Initiative (RKI) is a project designed to build a disaster-prone infrastructure in our state that has faced major natural disasters in a timely manner. For this, loans of Rs 5,898 crore have been sanctioned from international financial institutions such as the World Bank, German bank KFW and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
When the state share is added, Rs 8,425 crore will be available for RKI projects. In the next 100 days, 9 road works worth `945.35 crore will be started. Pathanamthitta-Ayirur Road (107.53 crore)
Gandhinagar-Medical College Road (121.11 crore)
Kumarakom-Nedumbassery Road (97.88 crore)
Muvattupuzha-Theni State Highway (87.74 crore)
Thrissur-Kuttipuram Road (218.45 crore)
Arakkunnam-Ampalloor-Poothottam-Piravom Road (31.40 crore) Kakkadassery-Kaliyar Road (67.91 crore)
Vazhakode-Plazhi Road (102.33 crore)
Vadayar-Muthuchira Road (111.00 crore)
The Public Works Department will complete projects worth `1519.57 crore in these 100 days.
Thalassery-Colroad Road (156.33 crore)
Color Road – Valavupara Road (209.68 crore)
Placheri-Ponkunnam road (248.63 crore) Large Azheekal bridge connecting Kollam and Alappuzha districts (146 crore).
Six Multi Purpose Cyclone Shelters at Alappuzha, Thuruthipuram, Azhikode, Paravanna, Palpetti and Pullur (26.51 crore)
The Rs 200.10 crore Kifbi Road-Bridge project will be inaugurated within 100 days.
Kanyampatta-Meenangadi Road, (44 crore)
Kaiyur-Chemprakanam-Palakkunnu Road, (36.64 crore)
Kallatka-Perla-Ukkinada Road, (27.39 crore)
East Hill – Ganapathikavu – Karaparamba Road, (21 crore)
Mavelikkara Puthiyakavpallikkal Road, (18.25 crore)
Kavumbhagam-Idinjillam Road (16.83 crore)
Sivagiri Ring Road (13 crore)
Akikkavu-Kadangode-Erumappetti Road (11.99 crore) and Adoor Town Bridge (11 crore).
The Department of Agriculture today inaugurated the distribution of seeds for the purpose of making Onam a batch of vegetables.
Organic farming will be started on 25,000 hectares with the objective of a prosperous and safe Kerala. The 100 Urban Street Market will open. 25 lakh fruit seeds will be distributed
150 Farmers Producer Groups will start functioning
A unified policy will be announced at the state level to allow land lease to industrial entrepreneurs.
Kuttanad brand rice mill will start operations. Kasargod EML will take over
The distribution of 10 lakh high yielding cashew seedlings to farmers will begin.
The Cashew Board will provide 8000 MT of cashew nuts and take steps to create 100 working days
12000 pattas will be distributed.
A mobile application will be launched to pay land tax. Digitization of title and basic land tax register will be completed.
The online module will be implemented to send application for land type change
Life Mission will complete 10,000 more homes
Distribution of 50,000 laptops will start under the Vidyasree scheme. The Nilav project will be started in 200 gram panchayats.
Sewage treatment plant (under Amrit scheme) will be started at Thiruvananthapuram Medical College.
A financial assistance of `200 crore will be provided through 20,000 Area Development Societies (ADSs) to the weaker sections affected by the economic impact of Covid restrictions.
100 Take A Break toilet complexes will be opened for travelers.
Higher Education Scholarships for BPL students will be distributed.
Kannur KMM Government Women’s College will inaugurate the indoor stadium.
Various blocks in Attingal Government College, Palakkad, Mattannur, Government Polytechnics, Payyannur Women’s Polytechnic, Ernakulam Model Engineering College, Poonjar Model Polytechnic, Payyappadi College and Koothuparambu Applied Science College will be completed and opened.
The Department of Public Instruction will inaugurate 20 school buildings worth `5 crore and 30 schools worth` 3 crore under the Kifby project and 90 school buildings including 40 schools completed through the plan fund.
43 Higher Secondary Labs and 3 Libraries will be opened.
The food security allowance for the months of June, July and August will be distributed as food kits as part of the lunch program.
In schools, online classes will be developed and implemented so that teachers can interact directly with their children as a continuation of the digital classes through the Kite Victor’s channel.
The ‘Spring of Reading’ project will be launched as part of home delivery of books to inculcate the habit of reading in students.
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