To institutionalize the participation of citizens in the functioning of municipal bodies by setting up ward committees and area Sabhas in urban areas, on the pattern of matching grant scheme executed in Panchayati Raj Institutions in Haryana, the Government of Haryana has launched Rajiv Gandhi Shahri Bhagidari Yojna (RGSBY) with the proposed contribution of State Govt and public in the ratio of 60:40. RGSBY will focus on the components like construction and management of community halls / centres, development and maintenance of community parks, construction and maintenance of roads and back lanes on regular basis, construction and management of community toilets, construction and management of cattle ponds for stray animals, installation and maintenance of street lights, infrastructure for door to door collection and transportation of solid waste/garbage and internal colony water supply /sewage system.
An amount of Rs. 0.50 crore is approved in revised budget 2014-15. Further, an amount of Rs. 0.55 crore is approved for FY 2015-16.