Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Abdul Haq reviewed the implementation of District Development Board decisions and the pace of developmental schemes in the district.
The Minister also reviewed the, action taken report on the commitments of the Chief Minister regarding Anantnag, an official statement said.
Haq, who is also the chairman of DDB Anantnag, reviewed sector-wise physical and financial achievements registered under the district plan.
He also reviewed the action taken by the concerned department for the implementation of the decisions taken in the DDB meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed last month.
DDC Anantnag Bashir Ahmad Khan , Director Health Services, Director Education, Director Tourism, Chief Engineers of PHE, I&FC, R&B attended the meeting Besides, all District Officers were present.
The meeting was informed that in Anantnag Rs 186.15 crore are being utilized on development of public infrastructure in various sectors under the district plan during current financial year. It was given out in the meeting that DPR for development of "Brenji" road has been prepared and will be submitted in 10 days. The vaccines for 207 Hepatitis-C patients of Kokernag area are being procured. Children upto 5 years age are immunized for Hepatitis-B. Status of macadamization of Achabal-Anantnag, Krad-Seer Hamdan road was also discussed in the meeting.
In the meeting deadline up to 10th September, 2015 was set for completion of "Bumzoo water supply scheme". It was also stated that DPR for Solid Waste Management by Housing & Urban Development Department will be finalized in coming days for the purpose of which consultants have already been engaged.
The action taken reports with regard to renovation of "Nowshera hut", Sadura bridge, Tourism gateway, Qazigund, adoption of HSS schools by MLAs/ MLCs and starting of skill development courses in GDC Anantnag were also discussed.
Haq directed the officers to strictly implement all the decisions taken in the DDB meting to ensure better results under different state and centrally sponsored programmes.
He directed the officers to submit the status report of the works listed by the local legislators and cautioned the officers against any laxity in this regard and said that fulfilling public aspirations is the priority of Government. He directed for keeping a strict check on quality of works as every effort should be made to create sustainable assets catering to area specific developmental needs.