`87 cr annual plan for Budgam approved
District lags behind in implementation of literacy campaigns
GK NEWS NETWORK
Budgam, July 20: Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir, who is also Chairman of the District Development Board, Budgam today directed the constitution of a high level expert committee to look into the reasons of Budgam district lagging behind in the implementation of several literacy campaigns.
Chairing the District Development Board meeting at Budgam today, the Minister directed the Director, Education, Kashmir to immediately constitute a committee of experts in this regard. He said though schemes like SSA have had a good impact on the ground, their impact in the Budgam district does not match the performance at the State level.
The board approved a Plan allocation of `86.67 crores for the District for current fiscal.
Reviewing the plan allocation of the district, Mir asked the Chief Engineer R&B to send a comprehensive proposal to the Planning Department for meeting out the liability of work done schemes in the district. He asked the Chief Engineer to complete Drengyar bridge on priority.
Addressing the meeting, Minister for Finance, Abdul Rahim Rather directed the Deputy Commissioner, Budgam to ensure that Government offices in rural areas remain open without any break. He asked District Development Commissioner, Budgam to personally monitor the attendance of Government employees.
Rather assured that the points raised by legislators for the development of their respective areas would be redressed at the earliest and reiterated the policy of Coalition Government to provide uniform and equitable development in part of the State.
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Lastupdate on : Tue, 20 Jul 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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