RRR of 176 Telangana Water bodies under Scheme PMKSY


Orders were issued according administrative approval for an amount of Rs.12049.32 Lakhs for the Repairs, Renovation and Restoration (RRR) of 176 Water bodies in XII Plan, Batch-IV under Scheme PMKSY (HKKP) for the year 2017-18

Commissioner, CADA, Hyderabad has requested the Government to release the state share of Rs.2891.84 Lakhs as 1st instalment and also to distribute the central and state share (i.e) (2168.87 +2891.84 = 5060.71 Lakhs) to the new districts formed in accordance to the District reorganization, so that the works can be grounded immediately.

Chief Engineer, Minor Irrigation, Hyderabad has informed that, out of 176 water bodies sanctioned under RRR, 147 water bodies were already sanctioned under Mission Kakatiya in anticipation of approval from Government of India. Further, the Chief Engineer has requested to issue suitable instructions to adjust the expenditure already incurred under Mission Kakatiya and release the balance amount to the Districts as per the enclosed statement.

Government after careful examination of the proposal hereby release and distribute an amount of Rs.32,10,14,566/- (Rupees Thirty Two Crores Ten Lakhs Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty Six only) into respective DLIC accounts towards 1st instalment of Central and State share of RRR Phase-III-Batch-IV consisting of 176 water bodies in consideration of already incurred expenditure on 147 works under Mission Kakatiya in anticipation of sanction under RRR Phase-III. The District wise distribution for (176) water bodies is annexed to this order.

While furnishing U.Cs for the RRR works, the Commissioner, CADA, Hyderabad is directed to take necessary action as follows:

a. To furnish U.Cs to GOI to an extent of Rs.50,60,71,000/- treating the expenditure of Rs.18,50,56,434/-already incurred for 147 works under Mission Kakatiya Programme in anticipation of GOI sanction under RRR treating that the expenditure incurred under RRR only. These 147 works sanctioned under RRR are deemed to be de-sanctioned under Mission Kakatiya to the extent of expenditure already incurred limiting to 85% of RRR Administrative Sanction.

b. Following guidelines are issued for regularising the expenditure already incurred on 147 works which are sanctioned under Mission Kakatiya and to treat under RRR administrative sanction.

i. If the administrative sanction under RRR is less than or equal to the administrative sanction under MK, the technical sanction authorities may accord Technical sanction/revised Technical sanction to the Mission Kakatiya estimate duly including the mandatory components such as Capacity Building, impact assessment etc as per RRR guidelines.

ii. If the administrative sanction under RRR is more than the administrative sanction under MK, the technical sanction authorities may accord Technical sanction/revised Technical sanction duly including the mandatory components such as Capacity Building, impact assessment etc as per RRR guidelines and not exceeding the RRR administrative sanction.

iii. In the Revised Technical sanction proceeding it should be clearly noted regarding the amount which is chargeable to RRR (i.e., Amount approved by GOI) and the amount which is chargeable to MK.

iv. While furnishing U.Cs, the expenditure already incurred under MK is to be considered up to and not exceeding 85% of sanction cost under RRR.

v. If the expenditure already incurred for a work under Mission Kakatiya is less than 85% of RRR sanction cost of that work, the balance work expenditure shall be met from RRR through DLIC Accounts and the Utilization Certificates shall be submitted considering the expenditure incurred under MK and future expenditure under RRR.

vi. If the expenditure already incurred for a work under Mission Kakatiya is more than 85% of RRR sanction cost of that work, while furnishing U.Cs, consider and limit the expenditure incurred under MK to the extent of 85% RRR administrative sanction cost.

vii. Wherever RRR sanctioned works which are completed under MK and final bill not paid, then for such works depending upon the necessity for the purpose of U.C, the estimate/ revised estimate to be sanctioned under RRR duly including Capacity building, Impact assessment, Measuring devices, Water Users Associations component Etc as per the RRR guidelines.

viii. The U.C. for the mandatory components provided in the estimates (other than work components constituting approximately 15%)shall be furnished as and when such expenditure is incurred under RRR.

6. In the above procedure, ensure that there are no double payments both in Mission Kakatiya and RRR.

7. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (EBS.IX) Department vide their U.O.No.3942/421/A1/EBS.IX/2018, Dated: 27.07.2018

G.O.Rt.No.1057 Dated: 28-08-2018Read the following:-

1. From the Senior Joint Commissioner (MI), Ministry of Water Resources, RD&G, State Project Wing, Govt of India, New Delhi, Lr.No.07-03/2018-WB/523-40, dt: 30.03.2018.
2. G.O. Rt. No.798, I&CAD (MI) Department, dated: 14.06.2018.
3. From the Commissioner, CADA (FAC), Hyderabad, Lr. No.COM/CAD/ RRR.III/ 1213/2017-18/176(CA), dated: 16-4-2018.
4. Govt. Memo. No. 003942-D/151/A1/BG/2018, Finance(BG) Department, dt: 21-7-2018.
5. From the Chief Engineer, Minor Irrigation (GB), Hyderabad, Lr. No. DCE-II/ OT2/TO4/ RRR Phase-III/176 No/Release of State Share/2018-2, dated: 24-07-2018

Annexure –I  of G.O.Rt.No.1057, I&CAD(MI) Department, dated: 28.08.2018

RRR Phase-III-Batch-IV-Statement Showing the distribution of amounts to Districts under RRR-Scheme-176 Water bodies.


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