Mir for early completion of RGGVY
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 20: Taking strong notice of slow progress in implementation of rural electrification under RGGVY in Budgam district, Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir directed the NHPC authorities, the executing agency, to accomplish the RGGVY works in hilly areas of the district by end of November this year positively.
The direction was given by the minister while reviewing the progress of the Central Government’s flagship programme at high level meeting held here today under his chairmanship.
The Minister, according to an official statement, said that the project was launched in the district four years ago and still its execution has not picked up properly with the result the people of the area are facing lot of inconvenience in the absence of this important facility.
The Minster directed the executing agency that the remaining RGGVY works in plain areas of the district should be completed before March 2013. He said the objective of the scheme is to provide electricity facility to the people living below poverty line and directed the authorities to step up their efforts and complete this ambitious project in a time bound manner.
Mir directed the Deputy Commissioner, Budgam to personally monitor the progress of execution of the work on fortnightly to ensure that the project is completed at the earliest.
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