Ensure availability of stocks in Anganwari Centres: LA Panel

Srinagar, Aug 10: Committee on Assurances (AC) of Legislative Assembly on Wednesday asked the Director Social Welfare, Kashmir to ensure availability of stocks like Channa, Mongi, green peas, dalliya, biscuits, salts, haldi, K. oil and syobine oil in all the Anganwari Centres of Kashmir division especially in far-flung and hilly areas.
 The Committee headed by Nazir Ahmad Gurezi conducted extensive visit of various Anganwari Centres in ICDS Project Batwara, Srinagar and took stock of facilities provided to these centres. These included Khagi Mohalla Lam, Lam- A, Lam-B, Gania Mohalla Manzgam Brain, Manzgam-H, Gojri Mohalla Pahloo and Asthan Mohalla Brain. The Committee with its Members Mir Zahoor Ahmad, Muhammad Yasin Shah and Peer Aafaq expressed satisfaction over the functioning of these centres and asked the Social Welfare Director, Hilal Ahmad Parray to ensure non-nutrition items like jute matting, utensils etc. to all the AWCs.
 The Committee directed the Social Welfare authorities to furnish a list of helpers engaged in ICDS, Batwara with residential address to it for its examination. It called for adherence to rules strictly and engaging deserved persons as helpers.
 Interacting with the staff members of these centres, the Chairman AC said various welfare programmes had been launched in the State to improve the living standard of the people of the State.
 The Committee recommended appreciation to some Anganwari Workers including Tahira of AWC Lam-B.

Lastupdate on : Wed, 10 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 10 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Thu, 11 Aug 2011 00:00:00 IST

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