New Delhi, August 10, 2017
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways allocates funds to the States/ Union Territories (UTs) for development of State Roads (non Rural Roads) and Roads of Economic Importance and Inter State Connectivity (EI&ISC) as per the provisions of the Central Road Fund Act, 2000 amended by the Finance Act from time to time.
The funds for development of State roads under CRF scheme are allocated to the States/UTs on the basis of 30 percent weightage to fuel consumption and 70 percent weightage to the geographical area.
For works taken up under CRF scheme, one third of annual allocation of the State/ UT is released for utilization against sanctioned work and this amount is maintained as a reserve by replenishing the expenditure from subsequent releases; subsequent releases of funds are made to the States/ UTs based on submission of Utilization Certificates (UCs) of previous releases subject to the condition that the total amount released for any State/ UT during the year does not exceed the total allocation for that year in respect of that State/ UT and the amount of unspent balance of previous years’.
The funds for State Roads under EI & ISC Schemes are allocated keeping in view the committed liabilities, progress of works, inter-se priority, etc.
For EI & ISC works, the direct payment procedure applicable for National Highway (NH) works is followed; the funds are released directly to the contractors by the Ministry’s Regional Offices (ROs)/ Engineering Liaisons Offices (ELOs)/ Regional Pay and Accounts Offices (RPAOs) based on the bills received/ processed.
The State/ UT-wise details of the CRF accrual and release and allocation and release/ expenditure under EI&ISC schemes during the last three years are as follows :
ANNEXURE REFERRED IN REPLY TO PARTS( a) TO (d) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3985 ANSWERED ON 10.08.2017 ASKED BY SHRIMATI KAMLA DEVI PAATLE AND SHRI RAHUL KASWAN REGARDING CENTRAL ROAD FUND
The State/UT-wise details of the CRF accrual and release during the last three years
(Amount in Rs. crore)
|10.||Jammu & Kashmir||131.87||43.96||145.38||44.42||357.32||81.90|