MP Jugal Kishore reviews achievements under CSS in Rajouri – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism
RAJOURI, February 25: MP for Lok Sabha, Jammu-Poonch Constituency, Jugal Kishore Sharma today reviewed the progress made under different centrally sponsored programs in Rajouri district during the meeting of the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) held in the conference hall. from PWD Dak Bungalow.
The MP also inaugurated 97.48 km newly constructed road and bridge projects completed at a cost of Rs 60. 40 crore.
Others include DDC Chairman Chowdhury Naseem Liyaqat; SDC Vice President Shabir Khan; BDC Chairs, DDC Members, MC Chairs in addition, Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal; SSP, Mohd Aslam; ADDC, Pawan Kumar and District Heads of line departments attended the meeting.
The MP reviewed the implementation of the flagship development programs MGNREGA, 14th Finance Committee, PMGSY, NSAP, SSA, PMDP-U, PMDP-R, IPDS, Housing for All, PMAY-U, JJM, NABARD, CRF, IWMP and other Centrally Sponsored Schemas were held flat at the meeting.
The public and their representatives also briefed the MP on dozens of issues and demands from their areas, including the inclusion of excluded beneficiaries under PMAY-G, staff shortages in health facilities, ambulances, work on GMC Rajouri to be completed as soon as possible, the shortage of electric poles, etc.
Some other issues included exaggerated electricity bills, dilapidated condition of roads, implementation of Jal Jeevan mission, repair and renovation of old hand pumps, construction of more chowks in the city for avoiding traffic jams, release of funds for completion of Abdullah Bridge, construction of Koteranka-Khawas road and other related issues.
Addressing the meeting, the MP called on the administration unit and council to work with verve and cohesion to take the district to new heights of prosperity and development and ensure that the benefits of development reach to the last beneficiary in the district.
Highlighting the role of SHGs in enhancing the socio-economic status of people in rural areas, he also requested the relevant official to sensitize the public on the role of SHGs and ensure maximum coverage of women under the program to make them independent.
Insisting on officers to work with dedication and in mission mode, he asked them to ensure the timely completion of work on development projects and maintain quality while working on development projects.
Underlining the role of the PRI in the overall development of their territories, the MP also urged public representatives to ensure regular monitoring of all development activities carried out in the areas of their respective jurisdictions and to make the best possible efforts to take their to new heights of development.
He also called on them to ensure better implementation of centrally sponsored schemes on the ground and to ensure that no eligible beneficiary is excluded from the benefits of these schemes.
Listing the measures taken to strengthen agriculture and related sectors in the district, the MP instructed the concerned officers to take effective measures to boost agricultural production through innovative interventions to elevate the socio-economic status of farmers.