Altaf distributes Rs 3.30 lakh worth IAY cheques
Srinagar, Aug 20: Minister for Forest and Environment Mian Altaf Ahmad has reiterated government’s resolve to ameliorate the lot of poor and downtrodden sections of the State, adding that welfare of the people and uniform development of all the three regions of the State was “our prime concern”.
Speaking at a function organized at Kangan in connection with distribution of IAY cheques to the beneficiaries of Kangan constituency, the Minister said that next three years of the present government would be a turning point to achieve big milestones on the d development front.
The Minister on the occasion, distributed Rs 3.30 lakh among 154 beneficiaries of the constituency and advised them to use the money judiciously for its specific purpose.
The function organized by the Rural Development Department (RDD) was attended by a large number of people including Sarpanches and Panches of the area.
A mega awareness camp to educate people about the benefits of MG NREGA was also organized on the occasion. The Minister asked the field agencies of the RDD to educate the people about the MGNREGA which provides assured working days to the rural un-employed youth.
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