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DDC reviews progress of CRF, NABARD-funded projects
6/1/2023 10:57:06 PM
Early Times Report

RAJOURI, June 1: The District Development Commissioner (DDC) of Rajouri, Vikas Kundal, chaired a meeting to evaluate the progress made under various projects funded by NABARD, RDIF (XXII–XXVII), and those being implemented under the Central Road Fund (CRF) scheme in the district.
During the meeting, it was informed that two CRF projects in the Nowshehra subdivision are currently underway, focusing on enhancing connectivity and expediting development in the region.
Additionally, four Central Road Fund (CRF) projects have been initiated in Rajouri to improve surface connectivity and provide better transportation facilities to the residents.
The DDC emphasized the importance of expediting the execution of these projects while ensuring adherence to quality standards. He directed the relevant authorities to closely monitor progress, promptly resolve any issues that arise, and ensure effective coordination among all stakeholders involved in the projects.
“The successful implementation of these projects is crucial for the development and progress of the district. Improved connectivity and enhanced infrastructure will have a positive impact on the lives of residents, promote economic growth, and facilitate better accessibility to various areas,” said Vikas Kundal.
He expressed gratitude to the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) and the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RDIF) for their financial support toward these projects, acknowledging their contribution to the district’s development.
The meeting addressed concerns regarding project timelines and identified delays in certain works.
The DDC stressed the importance of adhering to set timelines and urged all stakeholders to expedite progress to avoid further delays. Strict quality control measures were also emphasized during project execution, ensuring the use of high-quality construction materials, workmanship, and adherence to project specifications.
“Effective coordination among various departments and agencies involved in the execution of these projects was highlighted as a crucial aspect,” reiterated the DDC.
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