Ganderbal, Oct 4: The Additional District Development Commissioner, Mushtaq Ahmad Simnani Wednesday chaired a mega public darbar at Safapora as part of Government’s ambitious weekly Bock Diwas program.
PRI members and several delegations of block Safapora participated actively in the program who appraised the ADDC about the developmental needs in their respective areas.
On the occasion PRIs highlighted the achievements in the current financial year and the developmental activities registered from the last five years in their respective areas.
Speaking on the occasion, the ADDC complemented the PRIs for fulfilling the developmental needs of locals in their respective Panchayats as per their needs.
The PRIs and locals put forth their issues particularly augmentation of drinking water supply, staff dearth in NTPHC, Mini stadium for Safapora, breach canals for better irrigation purposes, fencing of graveyards, public parks, and other issues of public importance.
While highlighting the development activities in the district, the ADDC maintained that District Administration is working tirelessly to ensure all facilities are provided to people at their door steps in all blocks of the district and in this regard district development plan is framed as per the plan submitted by the PRIs who are well aware about the locals needs.
Interacting with the locals, the ADDC urged them to participate actively in the Gram Sabhas and note down their demands so that the plan could be framed accordingly. He also appealed to people to keep their surroundings clean so that every village becomes garbage free, which should be the top priority of every individual.
The ADDC also assured quality disposal of genuine issues in time bound manner and gave on-spot directions for redressal of many issues of urgent category as per the competence of concerned departments.
Among others the program was attended by Assistant Commissioner Development, Dr Bashir Ahmad, DSHO, CAO, District Lead Bank Manager, Tehsildar Lar, DYSSO, BDO Safapora, PRIs and other officials of line departments.
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