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Advisors Kumar, Sharma, CS review developmental, security scenario in Poonch
1/29/2019 11:15:45 PM
Early Times Report

POONCH, Jan 29: Advisors to Governor, K Vijay Kumar and K K Sharma and Chief Secretary, B V R Subrahmanyam today took stock of the developmental and security scenario in Poonch during their visit to the border district.
In the meeting with District Officers, the DDC Poonch apprised the Advisors and Chief Secretary about the status of several Developmental works in the District and also put forward the major issues related to the development of the District.
The DDC informed about the pending Mini Secretariat Building, Indoor Stadium and New Bus Stand in Poonch. The DDC also apprised the Advisors and CS about languishing projects of different Departments which included the projects of PHE, PWD, Health Sector and others.
The Advisors and CS reviewed the department wise and issued directions to the concerned officers. While addressing the issues, the CS directed ACD for 100% FTO generation in respect of pending MGNREGA payments. Chief Secretary directed the DDC to review all the projects for early completion. He also directed the CMO to make arrangements for the comfort of the Doctors to be posted in far flung areas.
Advisor K K Sharma while reviewing the functioning of PDD, took stock of the status of work on 132 KV Transmission Line from Draba to Chandak. He also reviewed the Horticulture scenario in the district and was appraised about the farming of various cash crops such as walnut, Pikanut.
Advisor Vijay Kumar while reviewing the Agriculture Department took stock of the working of the department and inquired about the agriculture crops in Poonch. Advisors and Chief Secretary also held meetings with the local Legislators, civil and police administration and met several public delegations to have first hand information about the developmental and security issues of the area.
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