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Only 50% of ADP Implemented in 10 Months

Economic Tag: Govt.

Only half of the Annual Development Program (ADP) has been implemented in the first 10 months of the current financial year. 1 lakh 19 thousand 64 crores taka has been spent from last July to April. On the other hand, Tk 1 lakh 17 thousand 497 crores taka remains unspent. Only two months left before the end of the financial year. Doubts have arisen about whether the rest of the ADP can be implemented in these two months.

According to IMED, the ADP implementation rate in the first 10 months of the current financial year is 50.33 percent. It was 54.57 percent in the same period of the last financial year. Same situation as a single month. Last April implementation was 8.68 percent, which was 9.51 percent during the last financial year. 20 thousand 542 crores of ADP has been spent in April. In the same month of the last financial year, this expenditure was Tk 20 thousand 598 crore taka. Among the 15 ministries and departments that received the maximum allocation in 10 months of the current financial year, the health care department is the most backward in implementing ADP. Their implementation progress is 33 percent. The implementation of the Ministry of Shipping and Water Resources is 37 percent. But the average implementation rate of these 15 ministries and departments is more than 51 percent.

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