Early Times Report
KISHTWAR, Jan 21: District Development Commissioner (DDC) Kishtwar Dr Devansh Yadav today reviewed the developmental Scenario of District Kishtwar and reviewed sector wise achievements recorded under CAPEX and Centrally Sponsored Schemes here at a meeting with district and sectoral officers of held in the Conferences Hall DC Office Complex.
The meeting was attended by SSP, Khalil Poswal; Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC), Sham Lal; ADC, Kishori Lal Sharma; Joint Director Planning, Mohammad Iqbal; ACR, Varunjeet Singh Charak; ACD, Atul Dutt Sharma; DPO, Sunil Bhutyal besides other concerned officers.
During the meeting, the DDC took detailed sector wise review of the physical and financial status of various works taken up under district Capex budget, MGNREGA, NABARD, PMAY, PMGSY, JJM, PMDP, and other schemes.
Taking sector wise review and progress of works in RDD, Education, YS&S, Health and other sectors under District Capex and UT and centrally Sponsored Schemes, the DDC impressed upon timely completion and judicious utilization of funds.
Reviewing the working of Revenue Department, he was apprised that 54283 land passbooks have been distributed among land owners and 38645 kanal of state land (74%) has been evicted, 476 mutation applications have been approved, 94% of progress under digitisation of land have been recorded till date. He stressed the concerned officers to expedite the pace to achieve set targets in a given time line. Besides, the progress of road connectivity including BT work and road safety audit under PMGSY, PWD & NHIDCL, implementation of NMBA, Aadhaar Seeding, ODF plus under SBM, Skill development and progress in the time bound redressal of public Grievances was also reviewed in the meeting. During the meeting, the pace of progress on various mega, iconic projects was also reviewed and directions were passed to the concerned executing agencies to complete these projects of public importance in a time bound manner.
The bottlenecks faced by the executing agencies were also discussed in the meeting and necessary directions were issued to concerned departments.