The Telangana Chief Wildlife Warden has also constituted a committee as per standard operating procedure issued by the National Tiger Conservation Authority.
Special Officer for IMA and other scam cases Harsh Gupta said that the deadline is till December 24 and no applications will be accepted after the stipulated period.
Under Option-I, the states will have no obligation to pay the interest and principal and are eligible to carry forward their unutilised borrowing space to the next financial year.
The second tranche will be released to 16 States and three union territories, the Finance Ministry said in a statement.
Last month, the Centre gave in to the demands of opposition ruled states to borrow and fund the GST compensation shortfall.
Last week, the Centre had borrowed Rs 6,000 crore and transferred it to 16 states as the first tranche of GST compensation under the special window borrowing.
The ten dissenting states continue to insist that the Centre borrow the entire shortfall in GST compensation cess and perhaps the latest RBI report tells us why.
There are over 3,600 victims in Puttur, Belthangady, Sullia and other parts of the district who are entitled to various benefits from the government.
Better sense has prevailed and the Centre has now expressed its willingness to borrow through a special window. Now we have to reach a consensus on how much to borrow
The yardstick that was applied for flood victims in August-September earlier this year is being extended to flood victims of Kalaburagi, Yadgir, Raichur and Vijayapura.
The GST Council has already resolved to extend the period of levy and compensation cess beyond July 2022 to provide funds for payment of arrears.
Additionally, under Option-I, the states are eligible to carry forward their unutilised borrowing space to the next financial year.
The letter said the interest on the borrowing will be paid from the GST compensation due to each state.
States are at the front lines fighting the pandemic and the sooner the revenue loss issue gets sorted, the better it would be for everyone.
States to take legal route if Centre insists on them borrowing C1.1L cr as compensation