Budgam, Aug 25: The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Budgam Wednesday visited Kanidajan, Chrar-i-Sharief and its adjacent areas to take spot appraisal of status of ongoing development and other welfare schemes.
During the visit a public interaction programme was conducted at High school Kanidajan where apart from locals a huge presence of residents of other areas was also witnessed.
Speaking on the occasion, the DC said this place was chosen for Awami Darbaar considering its topography and its vulnerability of facing heavy snowfall during winter season causing a lot of inconveniences to the local residents.
He reiterated that the visit shall prove fruitful as all officers of concerned departments are present and they are having the opportunity to get firsthand appraisal of all issues relating to their departments.
The DDC assured that in all such earlier public interaction programmes basic issues like improvement of roads, drinking water supply, up-gradation of education institutions, improvement in electric transmission lines and installation of substation enables it to introspect and assess the demands.
During the visit, many issues were raised including facilitation of adequate passenger transport services from Chadoora to all Kandi areas of Tehsil Chrar-i-Sharief and establishing of additional Health centers in the whole area.
Responding to the public demands and other issues, the DC assured that whatever genuine issues put forth by the public all have been recorded and listed by all concerned.
The DC further added that there are clear instruction to all District/ Sectoral officers that whatever issues relating to demands/grievances they can address under their authority shall be mitigated on fast track basis, avoid unnecessary prolonging and delay, taking into consideration that the area has short span of working period left keeping in view impending winter.
The day long Public interaction programme was also attended by CMO, CEO, ACD, All Ex. Engineers, Tehsildar Chrar-i-Sharief, BDO, BMO Chrar-i-Sharief and other concerned.
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