Nine panchayats in Karnataka win national awards
Nine rural native our bodies of Karnataka have received the national-level panchayat awards for environment friendly implementation of schemes for transformation of rural areas.
The six panchayats which have received the Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Panchayat Raj Sashaktikaran are: Hassan Zilla Panchayat, Pandavapura Taluk Panchayat, Bengaluru East Taluk Panchayat, Tumminakatte Gram Panchayat, Yadaganahalli Gram Panchayat, and Karna Kuppe Gram Panchayat. Bengaluru East Taluk Panchayat has bagged the award for offering land for all 11 GPs in Anekal for stable waste administration, for encroachment clearance drive, and for digitisation of information, in response to Bengaluru Urban Deputy Commissioner J. Manjunath.
The Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Panchayat Raj Sashaktikaran award is given to the best-performing panchayat in recognition of the nice work executed by PRIs at every degree for bettering supply of providers and public items. Hemmanahalli Gram Panchayat has bagged the Nanaji Deshmukh Rashtriya Gaurav Gram Sabha Puraskar. Rajankunte Gram Panchayat in Bengaluru North taluk has acquired the Namma Grama Namma Yojane Puraskar, whereas Munuganahalli Gram Panchayat has acquired the very best child-friendly panchayat award.
The awards had been introduced on Saturday on the event of National Panchayati Raj Day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a digital convention with Chief Ministers and Panchayat Raj Ministers of the States. The money prize for recognised zilla and taluk panchayats is ₹25 lakh, whereas for gram panchayats it’s ₹5 lakh. Mr. Modi counseled the function of panchayats in the administration of COVID-19 and in offering native management to cease the virus from coming into the villages and spreading consciousness. He requested the panchayats to make sure full implementation of the rules being issued on occasion.