Varmul gets Rs 77 cr annual plan
Varmul, Aug 9: Varmul District Development Board which met here under the Chairmanship of Minister for Education and Public Enterprise, Peerzada Muhammad Syed has approved Rs 77.34 crore plan outlay for the district for current fiscal.
The meeting, according to an official statement, also reviewed physical and financial achievements of last year’s district plan and actions taken to implement decisions of earlier board meetings.
Appreciating the efforts of the district administration for utilizing 93 per cent of the available funds, Syed asked the officers to perform their duties with utmost dedication so that funds approved for current fiscal are utilized in full and development scenario of the district improved.
Syed asked the officers to consult local MLAs while drawing up Plans so that demands from all sections and areas are accommodated equitably.
MLA Sopur listed number of demands and proposals for the development of his constituency and its adjoining areas. He demanded improvement in public health infrastructure across Sopur and proposed setting up of dispensaries in different areas and completion of Public health centres, up gradation of several High Schools to Higher Secondary and Middle Schools to High Schools, widening of roads and improvement in link roads, irrigation and water supply schemes in the town and adjoining areas.
The Ministers directed for expediting the work on Sopur Bypass Bridge to complete it by March 2011 as proposed and asked the Special Commissioner, Sopur to formulate a comprehensive plan for drainage and sewerage disposal in coordination with Urban Development Department and PHE. The ministers also directed to formulate a project proposal of drinking water supply scheme for fruit mandi Sopur.
Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir directed the Flood Control and Irrigation Department to prepare a damage assessment report of Khuls and water channels in the recent incidents of cloudbursts and flash floods in various areas and prepare estimated costs for the establishment of embankments to be taken up later under MNREGA in coordination with the Rural Development department
The Ministers also directed for submitting the proposed estimate for the construction of Chandilora Higher Secondary School and to expedite the work on Batpora-Chandilora Water Supply Scheme. Directions were also given to ensure 60 per cent IAY share for ST population in Rafiabad, upgradation of pump at Janbazpora and fish farm at Ladoora.
Earlier, the DDC Varmul B A. Bhat informed the meeting that 93.07 per cent funds under last year’s district plan have been utilized on the implementation of different development works and welfare schemes.
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