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Govt allows MPs to spend fund on roads, pavements

Govt allows MPs to spend fund on roads, pavements

The Union government has decided to allow its MPs to spend their local area development (MPLAD) fund for works related to constructing roads, pavements and cycle tracks and this move has been appreciated by the Geneva-based International Road Federation (IRF).

IRF is a global road safety organisation.

The Union Statistics and Programme Implementation Ministry has included 31 new works which MPs can take up using their fund for creating durable community assets. Some of these are construction of approach roads to railway stations and platforms, cattle crossings and provision for drinking water.

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