Govt wants results on ground: Sagar
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 2: Minister for Rural Development, Panchayats and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar today took stock of the pace of work of Mini Secretariat at Ganderbal being constructed at a cost of Rs. 22.77 crore which is nearing completion.
Spreading over an area of 22 kannals, the Mini Secretariat would house 33 offices of the district and the complex will also have a parking area for about 250 vehicles.
Sagar also inspected the bridge constructed over Nala Sindh at Gund Roshan with a cost of Rs. 8.47 crore which is being commissioned next week. He inspected under construction bridge on the said Nala at Gund Rehman constructed with a cost of Rs. 4.24 crore. He was informed that by the completion of this 52 mtrs long bridge 70 villages would be connected with each other.
Meanwhile, Sagar who is also the chairman of the District Development Board Ganderbal took a review of the achievements made under the district plan. He was informed that out of the total allocation of Rs. 58.36crore, Rs. 25.17 crore have been utilized on the implementation of various developmental works and welfare schemes which are the 52 percent of the total allocation.
Addressing on the occasion, Sagar made it clear that the government wants results on ground adding that the officers should make the judicious use of the funds so that people are benefited.
He also directed the PDD authorities to ensure scheduled power supply to the consumers particularly in morning and evening hours. Sagar also asked the bankers to dispose off the pending loan cases without any delay.
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