UP Cabinet To Meet Today, Many Important Decisions To Be Ratified
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UP Cabinet To Meet Today, Many Important Decisions To Be Ratified

Lucknow, Oct 10 (TNA) The Uttar Pradesh cabinet will meet today to okay many important proposals. The meeting chaired by chief minister Yogi Adityanath is likely to approve amendments in the rules of taking care of senior citizens by their children.

In this, some more sub-rules will be added at point 22 to amend the Parental Maintenance Rules. Under this, the tribunal constituted under the chairmanship of SDM will have the right to evict children who do not take care of their parents from their property.

Apart from this, many important proposals including starting PME e-bus service in 19 cities are also expected to be placed before the cabinet. The state government is going to run e-buses in 19 cities including 17 municipal corporations. These buses will be run under the PM e-bus service scheme. This proposal of the Urban Development Department can also be approved by the Cabinet.

According to the proposal, there is a plan to run 150-150 buses in cities, 100-100 in medium cities and 50-50 in small towns. Apart from this, a new scheme in the name of CM Grid Scheme related to road construction in urban areas can also be approved.

Apart from this, proposals for government bank guarantee to cooperative sugarcane societies and cooperative societies for purchasing paddy and wheat can also be approved. Proposals related to development of industrial corridors along the expressways being built in the state and advancement of Gorakhpur Link Expressway and Ganga Expressway can also be approved.

In case of death of passengers in a road accident, a compensation of Rs 5 lakh will be given to the dependents. Provided that the fault of the driver of the vehicle in which the passengers were traveling is not proved in the accident. Road accident investigation scheme is being implemented by the Transport Department. Its proposal may be approved in the cabinet meeting to be held on Tuesday.

Thousands of road accidents occur every year in the state. More than 20 thousand people die in road accidents. The department has prepared a scheme to provide compensation of Rs 5 lakh in case of death in a road accident. The accident will be investigated before compensation is given. Compensation will be given only if it becomes clear in the investigation that the driver of the vehicle in which the deceased passenger was traveling was not at fault in the accident.

The News Agency