Nasir warns officers
‘Utilize Funds Properly Or Face Action’
Chandigam (Sogam) Sep 2: Minister of State for Home and Vice-Chairman of Distinct Development Board Kupwara, Nasir Aslam Wani, on Sunday warned officers of stern action who fail to utilize the funds sanctioned for various projects and schemes properly and timely.
Reviewing the developmental progress of the district at a high level meeting here, 18 km from district headquarter Kupwara, this morning, Wani directed the officers to work sincerely for the welfare of the people which is the basic ingredient for boosting the developmental activities in JK particularly in border districts.
Referring the backwardness of the district, Wani said the funds earmarked for various developmental projects and other welfare schemes should be utilized judiciously to complete these projects within the stipulated time. He warned that the action would be taken against those officers who fail to utilize the funds properly and timely, adding that government distributes the funds on various schemes with the aim to benefit the people at the earliest.
Underling the need of people’s participation in developmental process of the state, the Minister stressed upon the officers for conducting more and more interaction with local populace in decision making and development which could help in bringing transparency in utilization of resources in all sectors. He said the basic aim of strengthening of Panchyati Raj Institutions is to empower the people at the grass root level and bring the Governance at their door step.
The Minister asked the PHE to introduce the e-tendering in the district to bring the transparency for allotting the tenders which also helps to complete projects within the time.
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