Clause 1 (iv). regulation of buildings, shops and houses of entertainment and control of offensive or dangerous occupations. Article 1 (viii). the preparation and implementation of special development plans to reduce poverty and create jobs through and in addition to programs such as the Integrated Rural Development Program, the National Rural Employment Program, the guarantee of landless employment in rural areas and housing for listed castes and backward classes. Chapter IV concerns the Halqa property. While sections 15 and 21 of this chapter provide for the Halqa Panchayat fund and the audit of the Panchayat fund, respectively, the section 14 dealing with halqa assets is not very clear on the format, keeping of accounting records and their keep. The village is the basic unit of the Panchayat Raj.
There is a Numberdar and a Chowkidar in a village comprising at least more than four districts represented by panels elected by the inhabitants concerned. Sarpanches and Panches are paid at Rs 3,000 / and Rs 1,000 / while Numberdas and Chowkidasr receive compensation of Rs 1,501 / and Rs 1,500 / respectively per month. Then there are the village level workers who also work as regular salaried employees in the landscape of the Ministry of Rural Development.
In accordance with the government ordinance n ° 13-H & P of 2001 of 16-7-2001 of the Department of reception and protocol following the decision of the Cabinet n ° 110/10 of 4-7-2001 of the government of J and K regarding J&K State Mandate of Precedence (WoP) there are 28 serial numbers in order of precedence starting with the President of India at serial number 1 and ending with the district level officers or the equivalent of it at serial number 28, grouping hundreds of positions in parentheses. Serial numbers. Under WoP, all post / rank holders were previously official officers, with no unregistered officer entitled to them. On 8-3-2021, the J&K government changed WoP and placed the District Development Council (DDC) Chairs at S.No. 26 equivalent to administrative secretaries, divisional commissioners, IGP, assistant secretaries of the Indian government and officer with the rank of major general or equivalent rank. The vice-presidents of the SDC have been placed in S.No. 27 equivalent to vice-chancellors of universities within the state / UT. DDC members are posted at the bottom of the order of precedence or WoP to S.No.28 in the list along the presidents of block development councils, presidents of city councils and municipalities equivalent to district magistrates, officers of the rank of brigadier and equivalent, Principal Head of Departments, district and session judges. The BDC. Presidents, presidents of city councils and municipalities have been included in the list in accordance with Government Ordinance No. 13-JK (H&P) of 2020 dated 22-7-2020. The order of precedence is the protocol list in which officials, dignitaries and officials are listed according to their rank and function within the government. It is a sequential hierarchy of nominal importance and can be applied to individuals, groups or organizations. Precedence means the priority of importance your safety takes precedence, the right to the highest honor on a ceremonial or formal occasion, the ceremonial or formal order of preference and the fact of coming or performing earlier in time. . Following the approval of the Department of Finance Vide UO n ° A / 9 (2018) -BDC-258 of 8-3-2021 concerning the payment of monthly fees to the presidents, vice-presidents and members of the district development councils, the Department rural development, J&K government voids 2021 Ordinance No. 70-RD & PR of 8-3-2021 sanctioned the payment of monthly fees to them @ Rs.35,000 /, Rs.25,000 / and Rs .15,000 / per month respectively including Rs. 1,500 / as travel allowance and Rs. 500 / as telephone costs. It is probable that the positioning in the mandate of precedence could encourage them to claim the right to a higher amount of salary than that of the lowest echelon in the official framework. With the devolution of more and more powers and funds to the institutions of the Panchayat for the implementation of various programs / works, the aspect of good accountability and management of funds becomes all the more necessary for a effective use for the achievement of the intended objectives.
The functions of halqa panchayat listed above were those generally performed by the departments of forestry, industries, agriculture, sheep breeding, animal husbandry, rural development, medicine, metrology. legal and social protection, etc. overlap of some projects / work of a similar nature performed by hierarchical or different departments. It was also pointed out that sometimes a job lacked attention and execution as the jurisdiction of the department / office to which the workplace fell was unclear, so that no immediate and genuine activity was ignored or seriously delayed. and any other relatively less important activity overlapped or resumed instead. The unhealthy sharing of finances for the implementation of any program / works by more than one department also has an impact on achievements. Now, with the debut of Panchayat Raj as a new governance unit with the three-tier system of Halqa Panchayats, the block development councils and district development councils honored in the mandate of precedence and with salaries and allowances monthly, a right and a responsibility arises for them to exercise their powers and perform their duties properly to achieve the global development goals lest this moonbolt be a mess for any waivers. Civil, political and bureaucratic convergence on rural development forms a grid of Village Numberdars, Chowkidars, Panches, Naib – Sarpanchs, Sarpanches, Village Level Workers, BDCs, DDCs, Block Development Officers / Offices, Distt. Panchayat officers, district development commissioners, ministers, Dy ministers, ministers of state, deputies, provincial deputies, provincial deputies, municipal committees, municipal councils, etc. To ensure transparency in the execution of the works, a better use of public funds, accountability and avoid the chances of rendering public expenditure sterile and the authorities and beneficiaries at loggerheads, there should be no ambiguity in any area. , functions and finances of the authorities. Because this jurisdiction of each civil servant must be defined and delimited exclusively, otherwise the possibility of double authorities and the duplication of work cannot be avoided nor the chances of any work left aside because the business of all is not the business of anybody. The government at the top, followed by the bureaucracy, the three-level panchayat institutions and the public at the local level must fall in one direction to realize the dream of the real Panchayat Raj. .