LG reviews dev scenario in the Reasi district
REASI : Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today reiterated the instructions regarding prompt delivery of public services and institutionalized mechanism for the redressal of public grievances.
‘People should not be kept waiting for basic services like category certificate, Domicile certificate etc, which can be issued promptly. Further, redressal of public grievances should not be merely a paper work. Rather, public should feel that their grievances are redressed in a time bound manner, he said. He passed these directions in a meeting at Reasi, where he took an extensive review of the developmental projects and overall functioning of the District Administration
The Lt Governor was accompanied by BVR Subramanyam, Chief Secretary; Sanjeev Verma, Divisional Commissioner Jammu; M Raju, Secretary PD&MD; Ms. Sheetal Nanda, Secretary RD&PR, Mukesh Singh, Inspector General of Police, Jammu; Chief Engineers, Heads of the Departments and senior officers of the district.
The Lt Governor also reviewed the status of various centrally sponsored and UT based schemes launched exclusively for the welfare of public.
Deputy Commissioner Reasi , Indu Kawal Chib gave a detailed power point presentation on the overall developmental scenario in the district.
The Lt Governor directed the officers for making concerted efforts to ensure that all the eligible beneficiaries are covered under various centrally sponsored schemes. He further directed the officers to ensure 100 percent DBT and Aadhar based payments under social security schemes by organizing fairs, with proper adherence to the SOPs. He also directed to look into the issue of gender ratio disparity in the schools.
While observing that complaints are being received about slow pace in the issuance of various certificates, he asked the officers to issue on spot certificates like SC/ST. Showing dismay over the sluggish performance in the online issuance of Domicile certificates, he asked the revenue officers to achieve the targets and clear the pendency within days.
On quality fronts, the Lt Governor said that the Government is going for third party audit of the works executed under the ambitious B2V programme.
…..pays obeisance at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine
Inspects facilities for pilgrims
JAMMU : Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, who is the Chairman of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, today paid obeisance at the Holy Cave Shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji and prayed for peace, progress and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir.
During his visit, the Lt Governor was accompanied by Chief Secretary, BVR Subrahmanyam and Chief Executive Officer, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, Ramesh Kumar.
Manoj Sinha, who was on his first visit to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine after taking over as the Lt Governor of J&K UT earlier this month, inspected the wayside facilities put in place by the Shrine Board for facilitation of the pilgrims.
At Bhawan, the Lt Governor inspected the arrangements made by the Board for the pilgrims in view of the resumption of the Yatra on 16th of this month and asked the CEO that all the precautionary measures taken by the Board in connection with the COVID-19 for the safety and security of the pilgrims and the Shrine Board staff should continue till the situation normalises.
The Lt Governor also directed the CEO for expeditious planning and construction of Durga Bhawan for providing free of cost accommodation facilities for the pilgrims. Besides this, the Lt Governor asked for further enhancing accommodation facilities for pilgrims, maximizing utilization of IT-enabled services for facilitation of yatris and expediting work on the installation of Video Walls project. He also asked the CEO for enhancing religious activities at the Shrine.
Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Sanjeev Verma; IGP, Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh; Deputy Commissioner, Reasi, Ms. Indu Kanwal Chib; and SSP, Reasi, Ms. Rashmi Wazir also accompanied the Lt. Governor.