Ganderbal: DDC meets newly elected Panchs, Sarpanchs
GANDERBAL, DECEMBER 26: District Development Commissioner, Dr Piyush Singla today convened an interactive meet with the newly elected Panchs and Sarpanchs of the block Safapora to get feedback about issues of public importance in the area.
The interaction meeting was attended by Additional District Development Commissioner Assistant Commissioner Development, BDO Safapora, Tehsildar Safapora, EXN R&B/PHE/PDD, CEO, DIO and other concerned officers.
Detailed discussions were held on various issues like blacktopping and maintenance of roads removal of encroachment, addition of courses in Hr. Sec. School, augmentation of Water Supply, construction of BDO office, tube well/ bore well for irrigation facility, computer lab for Middle School, Safapora stone quarries issue and other public importance issues were disused in detail.
The DDC, while underlining the role of Panchs/Sarpanchs in ensuring a participative administration, sought their cooperation in dealing with vital issues of public importance. He assured of providing full administrative support in order to ensure implementation of developmental projects in their respective wards.
The DDC urged the Panchs and Sarpanchs to come up with suggestions to improve the development scenario in their respective wards to maintain a good rapport between the administration and the public and urged them to work with dedication to improve the living standards of the people living in rural areas.
On the occasion, ADDC informed that the government is soon going to release funds for the blocks to take up various developmental projects, besides four-day training programs for both Panchs and Sarpanchs will be held in the first week of January wherein they will be given awareness about various schemes of the government. Here they will also be provided with the information regarding the powers vested in the institution.
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