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NEC approves ADP involving Tk 205,145cr for new FY

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National Economic Council (NEC) , development projects for next fiscal year , Planning Minister MA Mannan , Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina , Annual Development Programme (ADP) , NEC approves Tk 205,145 cr for new FY
The National Economic Council (NEC) on Tuesday approved the Annual Development Programme (ADP) involving Tk 205,145 crore for the 2020-21 fiscal year with focus on transport, education, health and agriculture sectors.
The final approval to the ADP was given at an NEC meeting held at its conference room.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who joined the meeting from her official residence Ganobhaban through videoconferencing, presided over it.
Planning Minister MA Mannan said an amount of Tk 9,466 crore has been allocated for autonomous entities and the whole size of the ADP will be Tk 214,611 crore with this amount.
Of the Tk 205,145 crore, an amount of Tk 134,643 crore will come from internal sources while Tk 70,502 from foreign sources.
Of the Tk 9,466 crore of the autonomous entities, the internal sources will provide Tk 5,578 crore while the foreign portion will be Tk 3,888 crore.
He said the number of the total development projects for the next fiscal year will be 1673, including 89 projects for autonomous entities.
Under the ADP, there will be 1584 projects and 1,456 of them are investment projects, 127 technical assistance projects while another is a JDCF-financed one.

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