Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana : Details of various ongoing road projects/roads being constructed

Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana : Details of various ongoing road projects/roads being constructed 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT

LOK SABHA 

STARRED QUESTION NO. 123
ANSWERED ON 07/12/2021

PRADHAN MANTRI GRAM SADAK YOJANA

123. SHRI MANSUKHBHAI DHANJIBHAI VASAVA
        SHRI SHYAM SINGH YADAV

Will the Minister of RURAL DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:

(a) the details of ongoing road projects/roads being constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), State/UT-wise particularly in Bharuch district of Gujarat and Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh;

(b) the time by which the construction work of the said projects are likely to be completed;

(c) the detailed criteria for selection of roads under PMGSY;

(d) the details of monitoring mechanism put in place by the Government to complete the construction of quality roads in time; and

(e) whether there is any Government guideline as to who can lay the foundation stone of the said roads and if so, the details thereof?

Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
ANSWER
MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 

(SHRI GIRIRAJ SINGH)

(a) to (e) A Statement is laid on the Table of the House. 

Statement referred to in reply to Parts (a) to (e) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No.123 due for answer on  07.12.2021

(a) The details of the ongoing roads projects being constructed under the various verticals of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), State and UT-wise PMGSY have been uploaded on Online Monitoring Management and Accounting System (OMMAS) portal and the same may be seen at omms.nic.in -> Progress Monitoring -> State MPR Abstract report. State and UT-wise abstract is given in Annexure- I.

Vertical-wise details of ongoing  works as on 1st December, 2021 in Bharuch  district  of Gujarat and Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh are given below:-

District: Bharuch, Gujarat

District: Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh

Vertical

No. of Roads

No. of Bridges

Road Length (km)

No. of Roads

No. of Bridges

Road Length (km)

PMGSY-I

-

-

-

-

-

-

PMGSY-II

-

-

-

-

-

-

PMGSY-III

8

-

82.86

47

-

305.39

Total:

8

-

82.86

47

-

305.39


(b) As per the programme guidelines, the timeline for completion of road work is 12 working months from the date of issue of the work order. However, where a package comprises more than one roadwork, the total time given for completion of the package is 18 calendar months. Similarly, a time period of 21-24 months has been  allowed for completion of cross drainage works exceeding 25-meter in length, depending on site conditions.

PMGSY-I & II are targeted for completion by Sept. 2022 and PMGSY-III is targeted for completion by March 2025.

(c) (i) PMGSY was launched as a one-time special intervention to provide rural connectivity, by way of a single all-weather road, to the eligible unconnected habitations of designated population size (500+ in plain areas and 250+ in North-Eastern States, Himalayan States and Himalayan Union Territories as per 2001 Census) in the core network for uplifting the socio- economic condition of the rural population. Relaxation has been provided to the Tribal (Schedule V) areas and Selected Tribal and Backward Districts (as identified by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the then Planning Commission) and unconnected habitations in these areas with a population of 250 persons and above in the Core Network as per 2001 Census are eligible for connectivity under the scheme. In the critical Left-Wing Extremism affected blocks (as identified by Ministry of Home Affairs). additional relaxation has been given to connect habitations with population 100 persons and above as per 2001 census. The Scheme had also an element of upgradation (to prescribed standards) of existing rural roads in districts where all  the eligible habitations of the designated population  size have been connected with all-weather road connectivity, though this objective was not central to the scheme. The roads connecting the targeted habitations were taken up for sanction under the new connectivity component of the scheme. Under upgradation component, intermediate link roads, which were not upto the standards of all-weather roads, were taken up for upgradation to the prescribed standards.

(ii) PMGSY-II was launched in the year 2013, with a target to upgrade 50,000 Kms of the existing rural road network to improve its overall efficiency as a provider of transportation services for people, goods and services. The State/UT-wise allocation of targets is given at Annexure-II. District-wise/Block-wise  allocation of targets within the  overall  targets allocated to the States/UTs has been done by the respective State Governments/Union Territories. The selection of roads in a particular district/block has been done by the States/UTs based on the utility value of the eligible roads computed on the basis of their economic potential and their role in facilitating the growth of rural market centres and rural hubs.

(iii) Road Connectivity Project for Left Wing Extremism Affected Areas (RCPLWEA) was launched in the year 2016 for construction/ upgradation of strategically  important  roads chosen in the 44 worst affected LWE districts  and adjoining districts  in the 9  States  of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh. The scheme has twin objectives of enabling smooth and seamless anti-LWE operations by the security forces and also ensuring socio-economic development. As per the programme guidelines of RCPLWEA, the selection of roads is done by the Ministry of Home Affairs in consultation with the Home Departments of the concerned states and the security forces engaged in combating the LWE violence.

(iv) PMGSY-III was launched in the year 2019 for consolidation of 1,25,000 Km Through Routes and Major Rural Links connecting habitations, inter-alia, to Gramin Agricultural Markets (GrAMs), Higher Secondary Schools and Hospitals. The State/UT-wise allocation of targets is given at Annexure- III. District-wise/Block-wise allocation of targets within the overall targets allocated to the States/UTs is done by the respective State Governments/Union Territories. The selection of roads in a particular district/block is done by the States/UTs based on the utility value of the eligible roads computed on the basis of the population served by the road and market, educational, medical and transport infrastructure facilities connected by the concerned road.

(d) The implementation of all sanctioned works is being monitored through online programme Monitoring Information System named Online Management, Monitoring and Accounting System (OMMAS) on real time basis. In addition, the progress is regularly reviewed by the Ministry by way of Regional Review Meetings (RRMs),  Performance Review Committee (PRC) Meetings, Pre-Empowered/ Empowered Committee Meetings with the States. At District level, the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) headed by Hon’ble Member of Parliament (LS) monitors the implementation of various schemes of Government of India including  PMGSY. Besides above, special review meetings/monthly review meetings are also held by Secretary/ Additional Secretary/Joint Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development with Chief Secretaries/Principal Secretaries of the States to take stock of the progress of the scheme and remove the bottlenecks, if any.
Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) has a three-tiered Quality Control mechanism for ensuring construction of quality road works and durability of road assets under PMGSY. Under  the  first  tier,  the  Programme  Implementation  Units  (PIUs)  are  required  to  ensure process control through mandatory tests on material and workmanship at the field laboratory. The second tier is a structured independent quality monitoring at the State level through State Quality Monitors (SQMs) to ensure that every work is inspected at initial stage, intermediate stage and final stage of the construction. Under the third tier, which is at the national level, independent National Quality Monitors (NQMs) are deployed for random inspection of road works to monitor quality and also to provide guidance of senior professionals to the field functionaries. Based on the periodic monitoring of quality of roads under the 3-tier mechanism, corrective measures, wherever necessary, are taken by the State Governments.

(e) Yes Sir. A copy of the advisory issued by the Ministry on 27.07.2016 in this regard is enclosed at Annexure-IV.

Annexure- I

Annexure referred to in reply to point (a) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No. *123 for reply on 07.12.2021.

State/ UT-wise details of roads and Bridges sanctioned, completed and balance works under all the verticals (PMGSY-I, II, III &  RCPLWEA) of  Pradhan  Mantri  Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY),

Sr.

No.

State Name

Sanctioned

Completed

Balance

No. of Roads

Road Length (in km)

No. of LSBs

No. of Roads

Road Length (in km)

No. of LSBs

No. of Roads

Balanced Road Length

No. of LSBs

1

Andaman And Nicobar

115

199.946

0

23

40.587

0

92

158.55

0

2

Andhra Pradesh

5,104

18,947.95

293

4,669

15,649.28

249

435

2,813.30

44

3

Arunachal Pradesh

1,389

14,386.97

237

1,015

11,589.81

85

374

2,789.67

152

4

Assam

9,061

31,471.31

1,412

8,116

28,998.14

1075

945

2,338.57

337

5

Bihar

18,247

60,865.50

1,426

17,374

55,097.05

870

873

3,849.44

556

6

Chhattisgarh

8,830

45,003.22

401

7,753

39,368.83

330

1,077

4,436.92

71

7

Goa

70

155.85

0

70

155.330

0

0

0.000

0

8

Gujarat

4,826

15,731.00

88

4,529

12,848.80

86

297

2,735.66

2

9

Haryana

717

7,520.22

18

568

6,841.142

18

149

641.20

0

10

Himachal Pradesh

3,579

21,859.22

104

3,087

19,325.03

73

492

2,245.20

31

11

Jammu And Kashmir

3,222

19,078.34

241

2,269

15,544.57

131

953

3,279.84

110

12

Jharkhand

7,640

29,168.68

672

7,180

26,771.33

469

460

1,776.13

203

13

Karnataka

4,385

24,002.47

148

3,666

20,183.44

52

719

3,787.95

96

14

Kerala

1,663

4,563.61

4

1,477

3,734.045

2

186

797.500

2

15

Ladakh

142

1,207.44

3

108

890.437

2

34

300.845

1

16

Madhya Pradesh

20,317

92,407.60

1,257

19,409

82,306.85

826

908

7,071.52

431

17

Maharashtra

6,471

30,947.31

901

5,923

26,654.62

763

548

3,697.12

138

18

Manipur

1,913

11,672.94

211

1,605

8,857.774

67

308

2,808.08

144

19

Meghalaya

1,174

4,755.19

112

772

3,283.029

41

402

1,467.22

71

20

Mizoram

351

4,482.73

0

236

3,907.984

0

115

561.52

0

21

Nagaland

356

4,382.05

53

308

3,982.930

7

48

399.12

46

22

Odisha

17,503

71,799.08

633

16,104

62,482.06

466

1,399

6,942.17

167

23

Pondicherry

45

106.12

0

0

0.000

0

45

106.12

0

24

Punjab

1,379

10,364.02

23

1,173

8,333.315

7

206

1,993.91

16

25

Rajasthan

17,816

75,331.609

38

17,481

71,186.80

32

335

1,844.07

6

26

Sikkim

995

4,915.49

100

831

4,227.383

30

164

634.018

70

27

Tamilnadu

9,418

22,457.95

131

8,863

20,501.21

131

555

1,790.92

0

28

Telangana

3,453

14,229.89

434

2,997

11,341.44

290

456

2,626.81

144

29

Tripura

1,406

5,244.851

71

1,300

4,612.095

48

106

463.315

23

30

Uttar Pradesh

20,540

73,017.11

18

18,556

57,478.89

3

1,984

14,538.37

15

31

Uttarakhand

2,412

20,282.78

369

1,631

17,042.51

102

781

3,070.90

267

32

West Bengal

7,303

37,087.16

60

6,873

35,990.36

8

430

795.576

52

Total

181,842

777,645.71

9,458

165,966

679,227.14

6263

15,876

82,761.66

3,195


Annexure- II

Annexure  referred to  in  reply  to  point  (c)  of  Lok  Sabha  Starred  Question  No.  123 for reply on 07.12.2021.

State-wise length of road work to be covered under PMGSY-II

S. No.

Name of the State

Length in Km

1

Andhra Pradesh

2,285

2

Arunachal Pradesh

550

3

Assam

1,730

4

Bihar

2,465

5

Chhattisgarh

2,245

6

Goa

25

7

Gujarat

1,205

8

Haryana

1,000

9

Himachal Pradesh

1,250

10

Jammu & Kashmir

780

11

Jharkhand

1,650

12

Karnataka

2,245

13

Kerala

570

14

Madhya Pradesh

4,945

15

Maharashtra

2,620

16

Manipur

325

17

Meghalaya

490

18

Mizoram

195

19

Nagaland

225

20

Odisha

3,760

21

Punjab

1,345

22

Rajasthan

3,465

23

Sikkim

115

24

Tamil Nadu

2,950

25

Tripura

310

26

Uttarakhand

915

27

Uttar Pradesh

7,575

28

West Bengal

2,515

29

Union Territories

250

TOTAL

50,000


Annexure –III

Annexure  referred to  in  reply  to  point  (c)  of  Lok  Sabha  Starred  Question  No.  123 for reply on 07.12.2021.

Allocation of length under PMGSY-III

Sl.

No.

Name of State(s)

Allocated Length under PMGSY-III

(in km)

1.

Andaman &Nicobar

200

2.

Andhra Pradesh

3285

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

1375

4.

Assam

4325

5.

Bihar

6162.5

6.

Chhattisgarh

5612.5

7.

Goa

62.5

8.

Gujarat

3012.5

9.

Haryana

2500

10.

Himachal Pradesh

3125

11.

Jammu & Kashmir

1750

12.

Jharkhand

4125

13.

Karnataka

5612.5

14.

Kerala

1425

15.

Ladakh

500

16.

Madhya Pradesh

12362.5

17.

Maharashtra

6550

18.

Manipur

812.5

19.

Meghalaya

1225

20.

Mizoram

487.5

21.

Nagaland

562.5

22.

Odisha

9400

23.

Pondicherry

125

24.

Punjab

3362.5

25.

Rajasthan

8662.5

26.

Sikkim

287.5

27.

Tamil Nadu

7375

28.

Telangana

2427.5

29.

Tripura

775

30.

Uttarakhand

2287.5

31.

Uttar Pradesh

18937.5

32.

West Bengal

6287.5

Total

125,000


Annexure –IV

Annexure referred to in reply to point (e) of Lok Sabha Starred Question No. *123 for reply on 07.12.2021.....................  Read more.


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