In the Cabinet meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, in Mantralaya on Friday, decision was taken to grant approval for continuation of State Hemoglobinopathy Mission Scheme. The scheme will enable genetic counselling to reduce morbidity and mortality of sickle cell patients and prevent the spread of haemoglobinopathy, community-level screening for sickle cell anaemia, thalassemia and other haemoglobinopathy development, identification of the disease and will ensure necessary management. The Hemoglobinopathy Mission was formed in June 2021 in the state. The scheme will be expanded to all 89 tribal development blocks of the state. The scheme will be implemented in the year 2022-23 to 2023-24.
Setting up of Security Operations Center: Madhya Pradesh State Data Center (MPSDC) is operating in the state capital Bhopal. The Cabinet decided to set up a Security Operations Center for the security of the applications/data under the State Data Center in the Madhya Pradesh State Electronics Development Corporation in the state. For cyber security of software applications operated/maintained by various departments and sensitive and other data related to them in State Data Center, operation of a Security Operation Center in the State will be operated on Managed Security Service Provider (MSS Provider) model. The Security Operation Center (SOC) will provide direct support to State Computer Security Incident Response Operation Center (CSIRT) in Madhya Pradesh State Data Center (MPSDC) under Madhya Pradesh State Electronics Development Corporation Ltd. (MPSEDC) under Department of Science and Technology. A Security Operations Center (SOC), similar to a Network Operations Center (NOC), is a unit of the IT Operations team that operates in collaboration with a Network Operations Center (NOC). The members of the Security Operations Center perform functions of various Information Technology security and infrastructure and its operation. Network Operation Center (NOC) with SOC (SOC) will also fulfill the various goals of IT Security by following the orders of the infra team on a day-to-day basis. The Security Operations Center (SOC) will assist in avoiding critical risks related to applications and application host in the State Data Center in the state.
Amendment to Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Land and Building Management Rules 2019: The Cabinet decided to amend the new Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Land and Building Management Rules 2019 for proper and efficient management of developed/under development and undeveloped land under the Department of Industrial Policy, Investment Promotion. In this, provision of e-bidding process has been made in place of first come first serve, along with free and transparent allocation of land / building in industrial areas and increase in revenue as per clause 12 (ii). Clause 12 (ii) (d), clause 13 (ii). Clause 13 (III), Clause 13 (v) in the Madhya Pradesh Public Service Guarantee Act according to the notified service, the time limit for letter of intent, allotment order, execution of lease records, possession etc. has been amended. Clause 13(vii) Provision has been made to pay in installments for vacant plots in identified industrial areas. Clause 19 (b) (II) In transfer cases, the option of minimum amount of Rs 50 crore with 25 percent investment amount has been included and provision has been made for separate transfer fee according to the investment made in the proposed project. Paragraph 20 has been revised to Clause 20(a) and 20(b). Provision has been made for transfer of unusable land of units working in clause 20(a) to 1000 square meters instead of 500 square meters and for division and transfer of unusable land of units closed in clause 20(b). Clause 24 (a) in the event of surrender of the plot, a provision has been made to refund the interest amount, while clarifying the provision of refund of development fee with the nominee, after a time period of 6 years in the case of small scale industries and after 7 years in the case of medium and large scale industries even after surrendering before nine years. Clause 34 The jurisdiction of allotment of land for allied purposes has been delegated to the Board of Directors.
Amendment in Madhya Pradesh District Mineral Establishment Rules, 2016: Approval was granted by the Cabinet regarding the proposed amendment in the Madhya Pradesh District Mineral Establishment Rules 2016 under the Department of Mineral Resources. In this, the District Collector will be placed as Chairman of the District Mineral Establishment Board and the Executive Committee. A member of the Rajya Sabha will also be included along with a member of the Lok Sabha and Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly as a member of the Board and the Executive Committee. In the Madhya Pradesh District Mineral Establishment Rules, 2016, there is a provision to transfer the amount deposited in the District Mineral Establishment to the State Mineral Fund as per rule 13 (2) (e). According to the instructions of the Government of India, the provision of State Mineral Fund is being abolished. Therefore, provision has been made in the rules to utilise the amount deposited in the State Mineral Fund under the District Mineral Establishment earlier. Apart from the above, other technical changes have been made in the Madhya Pradesh District Mineral Establishment Rules, 2016. According to the objective of the establishment, employment opportunities will be created for the local people with the implementation of various developmental and welfare schemes in the mining affected areas.
Amendment to Minor Minerals Rules, 1996: Approval was granted by the Cabinet regarding amendment in the Madhya Pradesh Minor Mineral Rules, 1996. At present, the procedure for grant of mining lease through e-tendering is prescribed in the rules. Now the rules have been amended to allot mining lease and consolidated license separately from e-tendering. In the present rule in private land, there is a provision to allot mining lease of Schedule-V to the land owner or his consent holder. In the present provision, it has also been made mandatory for the land owner to do the work of prospecting license before granting the mining lease. The current prescribed procedure is a consolidated license, so in place of the word of grant of mining lease on private land in the rules, the word of consolidated license has been included. In the current rules, no royalty and transport permission will be required for personal use from the mud, silt and soil from the Government ponds and other structures with the permission of the government department and the ponds and other structures constructed with the permission of the village panchayat. Now royalty and transport permission will not be required on the sludge, silt as well as soil. In the present rules, there is a provision to deposit the amount of advance dead tax payable by 20th of the first month of the year in lump sum for the mining lease. Now, provisions have been made to deposit this amount in advance in two installments by the lease holders.