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RAJOURI: District Development Commissioner Rajouri Mohammad Aijaz Asad today held a public grievance redress camp at Nowshera in which issues and demands pertaining to road connectivity, electricity and water supply, bunkers, adequate manpower in health and educational institutions, payments under MGNREGA, creation of rural infrastructure, poor telecommunication services, promotion of tourism, coverage under social welfare and self employment schemes were raised.

Residents of Narian, Sangpur, Hadayatpur, Laam, Pukharni, Laroka, Chlana, Patrari, Changar, kalsian Bhawani, Rajal, Dhabar, Rajawa, Qila Darhal, Mangal Devi, Nowshera town and other areas attended the public meeting and apprised the DDC about problems being faced by them. Specific issues like posting of child specialist, adequate funds for smooth functioning of municipality, compensation for loss of life and property in ceasefire violations, opening of tehsil library, BSNL tower at Qila Darhal, construction of Nowshera by pass road, upgradation of High schools at Dhabar Potha and Langar to Higher Secondary Schools, establishment of a press club, filtration plant in Nowshera town and provision of funds under BADP were also put forth by the public.

 

While assuring public of timely redressal of issues raised by them, the DDC said numerous initiatives are underway to strengthen the roads, PDD and PHE infrastructure in the area besides ensuring provision of other amenities of life. He informed that new receiving station at Nonial, 50 MVA grid station at Siot and making functional other circuit of 132KV Burn-Siot-Rajouri line will reduce power cuts and address issues of under voltage. He said it will ensured that under SAUBHAGYA scheme, all left out villages especially near LOC and those beyond fencing line are electrified. He also informed that 8 villages including Rajpur Qamila, Lam, Qila Darhal, Sarya, khamba, Nonial, Hanjana Thakra, Bajnova of Nowshera have already been taken up by PDD under SAUBHAGYA for saturation.

 

Regarding concerns of public for construction of bunkers the DDC assured that the project is reviewed and monitored regularly by administration for completion of individual and community bunkers within stipulated time. Aijaz Asad called upon the public to come forward to avail benefits entailed in various schemes, flagship and pan India programmes of the government. He also enjoined upon the concerned officers to hold awareness camps in this border belt to educate them about schemes of the department. The Darbar was attended by CPO Abdul Hamid Chowdary, CMO Rajouri Dr Suresh Gupta, ExEn PDD Munshi khan, ExEn PWD Pervaiz,DPO Dr Abdul Khabir, CDPO Nowshera, Tehsildar Qila Darhal and other district and tehsil officers.

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  • Announces Rs 3.5 crore additionally besides Rs 2crore for Special Development Plan 

PULWAMA: Governor N N Vohra visited Pulwama district today to review   the implementation of development works. He was accompanied by Sh. B.B. Vyas, Advisor to Governor, and Sh. Baseer Khan, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir. Governor had extensive discussions with the elected representatives of the district, Mohammad Khalil Band, MLA Pulwama, Zahoor Ahmad Mir, MLA Pampore, and MLA Tral Mushtaq Ahmad Shah and sought their views on developmental problems in the district. Issues relating to youth engagement, Education, Health, Water Supply and local Industry were among the matters discussed at length.    

All the Legislators expressed strong interest in the forthcoming polls to Municipalities and Panchayats. Governor urged them to enlarge awareness about the vital importance of establishing grassroot level democratically elected self-going institutions in the urban and rural areas. Later, Governor chaired a meeting with Divisional and District officers to review the implementation of development activities in the District. G M Dar, Deputy Commissioner Pulwama, informed that 74 Schemes under different Programmes in the district are targeted for completion at an estimated cost of Rs 325.32 crores and the National Saffron Mission, at an estimated cost of Rs. 400 crores, is under execution for the cultivation of high quality saffron. 

Sh. Dar informed that the Agriculture, Horticulture and allied sector export from the district is of worth more than Rs 2000 crore per annum which includes apple worth 720 crore, milk worth 700 crore and saffron worth 500 crore. Pulwama is the highest milk producing district with annual production of 290,000 tons and, besides, the largest poultry producing district in the Valley. Governor directed the Director General Economics and Statistics to urgently undertake an inclusive District Gross Domestic Product Study (DGDP) of Pulwama District and its employment linkages and potentials so that Pulwama’s best practices could be replicated in other districts. 

While reviewing the Health sector, Governor appreciated the creation of Digital Emergency Response System at District Hospital Pulwama. Based on colour coding with full electronic interface, this platform has been successful in saving 42 out of 47 critical care patients during the last one year. Governor directed DGHS Kashmir to replicate this system in other districts of the State, particularly the remote districts of Doda and Kishtwar.

In addition to the Special Development Plan of Rs two crore, Governor directed release of Rs one crore for  the urgent completion of Bus Stand Pulwama, Rs one crore for completion of Mini Secretariat at Tral with Rs 50 lakh for immediate revival of the defunct Filtration Plants in the district. Further, an untied grant of Rs one crore was given in favour of DDC Pulwama.

Taking a serious note of unauthorised Brick Kilns in the district  Governor directed the Divisional Commissioner to take time boundaction in the matter and to also ensure that no encroachment along the National highway is allowed to take place. Governor emphasized upon all the Divisional and District officers to reach out to the people and re-iterated the importance of the youth being beneficially involved in developmental activities. He directed Deputy Commissioner to ensure effective implementation of the Biometric Attendance System in every public office.

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SRINAGAR: The passing out cum attestation parade of 5th BRTC batch is scheduled on 25th of August 2018. Hon’ble Governor J&K and various other Dignitaries will be visiting the training centre on the day of Passing out parade. Media persons including print and electronic journalists are requested to attend the function. To and fro transport facilities will be provided for the media personnel. Vehicle for Media personnel will arrive in Press Colony Srinagar at 6:00AM on 25th of August. For any clarification, Media personnel can contact MTO Bashir Ahmad on Cell No 8803403743. Principal CTC Lethpora SSP Shri Mohammad Arif Rishu- JKPS can be communicated on Cell No: 9797556600.

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