Apportionment of PD Accounts in the successor States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana


In the wake of reorganization of State of Andhra Pradesh it is necessary to bifurcate the PD Accounts being operated by the Government Departments, Local Bodies, Corporations and other organizations in the existing State of Andhra Pradesh and to be continued after 2nd June 2014 in the successor States.

2. At present, the P.D. Accounts which are operated in the State of Andhra Pradesh are broadly classified into three categories and the provisional balances as on 31.3.2014 are in respect of each category are as follows:

a) 35 PD Accounts operated by the Government Departments and the balances as on 31.3.2014 indicated at columns (1) and (3) of the Annexure I.
b) 70 P.D. Accounts operated by the State Institutes / Centres and Corporations as specified in the Ninth and Tenth Schedules of the A.P.
Reorganisation Act 2014 and the Balances as on 31st March, 2014 are indicated at Annexure II. c) 72547 PD Accounts operated in the Districts of the existing State of Andhra Pradesh and the balances as on 31-03-2014 is indicated at Annexure III.

3. In the Government Order 1st read above, it has been decided to use the existing PD Accounts for the PD Administrators of Telangana in view
of technical issues with regard to Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDO) 2codes used in Treasury software. Hence corresponding new PD Accounts
needs to be opened by the respective Departments/ Heads of Departments of Andhra Pradesh State (successor State) which are operating from Hyderabad using new DDO code which starts with “27” series number, for which Director of Treasuries & Accounts (DTA) permits
the concerned PD Administrators after obtaining the Government concurrence. In view of the State Reorganization it is necessary to open new PD Accounts parallel to existing PD Accounts. Accordingly, DTA, Government of Andhra Pradesh permitted to open corresponding new PD Accounts for the Successor State of Andhra Pradesh.

4. Government after careful examination hereby order for appointment of new PD administrators in respect of successor States of Andhra
Pradesh and Telangana and also apportionment of P.D. account balances available as on 31-03-2014 as follows:

i) 35 PD Accounts operated by the Government Departments with apportionment of the balances as on 31.3.2014 and the new PD Administrators for the successor States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana indicated at Annexure I. The existing PD Account numbers shall continue in the State of Telangana from 2nd June, 2014.

ii) 70 P.D. Accounts operated by the State Institutes / Centres and Corporations as specified in the Ninth and Tenth Schedules of the A.P. Reorganisation Act 2014 and the Balances as on 31st March, 2014 are indicated at Annexure II.

a) In respect of Ninth Schedule Corporations the apportionment shall be based on the recommendations of the Committee headed by the Chairman of Sectoral Committee for apportionment of Assets and Liabilities (Companies and Corporations).

b) In respect of the PD Accounts specified in the Tenth Schedule shall continue to serve the people of the other State after the appointed day also for a period of one year under Section 75(1) of the A.P. State Reorganisation Act, for which there is no need to apportion the balances between Successor State of Andhra Pradesh and State of Telangana as per the recommendations of the Committee headed by Chairman, Support Committee, Schedule-X Institutions.

iii) 72547 PD Accounts operated in the Districts of the existing State of Andhra Pradesh and the balances as on 31-03-2014 with a break up of 43343 PD Accounts in Andhra Pradesh area with a balance of Rs.7155.45 Crores and 29204 PD Accounts with a balance of Rs.3756.77 Crores which are in State of Telangana – Annexure III.
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5. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts shall take necessary action as ordered above and also to place the above balances of the PD Accounts made available in their Web Sites of both the States.

6 The PD Administrators are required to finalize their accounts by 31st May, 2014, reconcile the balances with the respective treasury officers to arrive the opening balance as on 2nd June, 2014 as early as possible.

G.O.Ms.No. 125 Dated 23-05-2014

1. G.O.Ms.No.114, Finance (TFR) Department, dated 20-05-2014

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