Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF MINES 

LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 595
ANSWERED ON 20.07.2022

595. SHRI JAYADEV GALLA:

PMKKKY

Will the Minister of MINES be pleased to state:

(a) the number of directly and indirectly affected areas identified under Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) along with the State-wise classification of the same;

(b) the district-wise details of the number of projects that have been undertaken under this scheme in the ‘high priority sector’ along with district-wise classification of the same; and

(c) the amount of money spent by each identified area year-wise and the existing amount present in the District Mineral Foundation Fund, district-wise?

Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana

ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF MINES, COAL AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS 

(SHRI PRALHAD JOSHI)

(a): Section 9B of the MMDR Act empowers the State Government to establish District Mineral Foundation in all the Districts affected by mining. The objective of DMF is to work for the interest and benefit of persons and areas affected by mining related operations in such manner as prescribed by the State Government. As per PMKKKY guidelines issued vide order dated16.09.2015,affected area has been divided into two categories viz. (i) directly affected area; and (ii) indirectly affected area. Directly affected areas are those areas where direct mining- related operations such as excavation, mining, blasting, beneficiation and waste disposal(overburdened dumps, tailing ponds, transport corridors etc.), etc. are taken up and indirectly affected areas are those areas where local population is adversely affected on account of economic, social and environmental consequences of mining-related operations.

(b): Information on details of projects in high priority areas is enclosed as Annexure I.

(c): The details of total amount spent year-wise and the balance fund currently available under DMF is enclosed as Annexure II.

Annexure-I referred to in reply to part (b) of Unstarred Question No – 595  Details of Number of High Priority Projects Till March 2022

State

Drinking water supply

Environment preservation and pollution control measures

Health

Education

Welfare of Women and Children

Welfare of aged and disabled

Skill develop pment

Sanitation

Other

Total Number of Projects

Andhra Pradesh

3149

6

147

3856

1424

4

92

437

0

9115

Chhattisgarh

6624

1144

4350

12633

3966

274

1495

1550

10769

42805

Goa

4

0

2

5

2

2

2

1

0

18

Gujarat

1964

420

1393

6168

2244

25

986

803

0

14003

Jharkhand

3488

13

244

359

1182

2

44

19

0

5351

Karnataka

1273

152

579

3021

881

128

639

440

0

7113

Maharashtra

1449

177

562

594

444

15

117

301

0

3659

Madhya Pradesh

3107

813

590

1372

388

47

1344

307

0

7968

Odisha

5749

610

1069

5763

908

164

522

1411

16196

Rajasthan

3372

719

6678

5825

464

333

0

3641

0

21032

Tamilnadu

424

365

20

556

159

22

106

61

0

1713

Telangana

3742

1518

936

3472

420

63

1271

3564

0

14986

Assam

32

8

20

72

22

2

18

9

0

183

Bihar

3

5

38

12

18

1

0

4

8

89

Himachal Pradesh

6

17

48

21

4

0

0

3

0

99

Jammu & Kashmir

35

32

35

30

11

0

4

7

0

154

Meghalaya

2

0

2

1

0

0

1

0

0

6

Uttarakhand

27

0

42

411

8

43

0

1

0

532

Uttar Pradesh

271

34

174

3016

7

5

0

172

0

3679

West Bengal

110

9

62

195

667

1

11

9

0

1064

Annexure-II referred to in reply to part (c) of Unstarred Question No – 595

Total Amount Collected, Amount Spent in High Priority Sectorand Balance Fund  Currently Available Under DMF Year Wise

2019 -2020

2020 -2021

2021 -2022

Sr.

No.

State

Amount Spent in High Priority Sector (In Cr.)

Balance amount in DMF as on March 2020

(in Cr)

Amount Spent in High Priority Sector (In Cr.)

Balance amount in DMF as on March 2021

(in Cr)

Amount Spent in High Priority Sector (In Cr.)

Balance amount in DMF as on March 2022

(in Cr)

1

Andhra Pradesh

21.84

779.25

30.09

836.26

53.71

1011.26

2

Chhattisgarh

544.79

1842.80

879.28

2271.72

1069.31

2802.60

3

Goa

0.61

187.67

0.66

175.12

9.45

179.67

4

Gujarat

87.84

440.22

69.78

543.49

76.48

681.15

5

Jharkhand

1277.06

2821.48

348.33

3549.13

978.88

4103.14

6

Karnataka

151.98

1547.91

217.13

1584.54

235.39

1946.16

7

Maharashtra

189.70

1198.66

189.43

1384.78

246.36

1604.27

8

Madhya Pradesh

170.69

1736.38

124.53

2235.21

266.77

2594.70

9

Odisha

1466.49

6529.65

1765.08

6418.90

2503.45

8843.95

10

Rajasthan

115.38*

2885.84

397.87**

2697.03

289.19

3732.07

11

Tamilnadu

119.59

377.99

132.21

307.73

47.22

380.38

12

Telangana

190.11

2204.46

259.96

1434.48

136.27

1157.35

13

Assam

4.52

75.98

6.41

66.92

10.47

49.49

14

Bihar

0.01

74.72

0.38

90.62

5.10

94.09

15

Himachal Pradesh

1.10

141.78

0.55

189.60

13.41

209.14

16

Jammu & Kashmir

3.14

28.48

1.78

25.74

15.26

28.82

17

Kerala

0

23.61

0

34.44

0

39.39

18

Meghalaya

Data not available

50.35

Data not available

58.87

Data not available

65.27

19

Uttarakhand

0.02

87.38

0.21

156.09

0.00

226.45

20

Uttar Pradesh

29.01

477.97

125.24

558.67

40.80

676.67

21

West Bengal

0.80

45.92

10.60

51.19

2.54

68.51

22

Punjab

0.00

0.00

0.00

31.76

0.00

133.28

23

Haryana

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

27.60

Grand Total

4374.67

23558.50

4559.54

24702.30

3496.62

30655.43

*Data till Jan20, **Data till Feb 19

The ‘Balance (in Cr.)’ includes funds spent in all the areas identified under PMKKKY.


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