LATEST ACTIVITIES IN DISTRICT
Zulfikar assures corruption-free development in State
Ask for opening of extension ration depots in inaccessible areas
Reasi, May 23
Minister for CA&PD and Tribal Affairs Choudhary Zulfkar said that the development work will be free of corruption and services will be delivered in a time-bound manner.
"Developmental works will be corruption-free. Our priority is administration with accountability, responsibility will be fixed and services will be delivered in a time-bound manner,” Zulfikar stated this while addressing a public grievances redressal camp at Reasi.
Zulfikar said that provision for basic amenities to all, particularly those living in far flung and hilly areas, is the priority of our Government, adding that to this end a massive development plan has been formulated to facilitate the people across the State.
On the occasion, locals put forth various demands such as upgradation of PHCs, placement of adequate staff in New hospital Building, opening of new ration depos, modernization of Gujjar hostels, opening of mobile schools for nomads, college for pouni, opening of new Higher secondary schools especially for girls etc.
Responding to the demands of locals, Zulfikar said all the genuine problems will be resolved on priority, he also directed AD CAPD to open extension counters for ration distribution through internal adjustment at inaccessible areas -Jasserkote and Devigarh, so that inhabitants of this area get ration at their door steps
Later on Zulfikar took a meeting of all district officers to review the progress of District Plan and Centrally Sponsored Schemes at Reasi.
MLA Reasi Ajay Nanda, MLA Gulabgarh Mumtaz Ahmad Khan, MLC Surinder Choudhary, MLC Jugal Kishore Sharma, Deputy Commissioner Reasi-Sushma Chauhan, ,Joint Director legal Metrology, Deputy Controller Legal Metrology Jammu, besides other senior officers were present in the meeting.
Zulfikar took a thorough review of performance of all the departments. The Minister urged the concerned officers to fix targets within the available resources for execution of all the developmental works.
Under PMGSY, he was informed that a total number 16 works were taken up, 2 completed and 14 are in process in the district. In PHE two schemes were approved, one completed and other in full progress and under education sector 50,000 free books were distributed among the students where as construction of 5 high Schools and four middle schools are in process against last year’s target of 5 high schools and six middle schools.