‘Ensure uniform utilization of funds’
Kulgam, June 26: Deputy Commissioner Kulgam, Mir Jahangir asked the sectoral officers to pace up implementation of development schemes with focus on centrally sponsored programmes and ensure uniform utilization of funds throughout the year.
Chairing a review meeting here today, the Deputy Commissioner laid stress on identification of genuine beneficiaries in consultation with public representatives so that the benefits percolate down to the deserving people.
He, according to an official statement, said accelerating the pace of the flagship programmes is all the more important in view of limited working season and approaching second quarter of the financial year.
Besides ADDC, SE Hydraulics, executive engineers of PMGSY, R&B, Irrigation, Electric Department all the concerned sectoral/district officers were present in the meeting.
Jahangir also emphasized the need for expeditious payment of compensation to the land owners whose properties have come under land expansion programmes.
He said that delay in disbursement of the compensation hampers construction of the vital road links.
He also asked the officers to remain stationed at the district headquarters and address public grievances with human heart and professional ethics.
The meeting was informed that under PMGSY 66 habitations are being connected with a total cost Rs 121.37 crore. While 40 schemes have been completed, 34 are apace in the District.
Under RGGVY 196 habitations have been electrified against the target of 254 habitations involving a total cost of Rs 63.87crore. It was given out that additional 58 habitations would be completed by the end of September this year.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 26 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 26 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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