ANANTNAG: To review the physical and financial achievements of various departments under District CAPEX Budget and GoI Sponsored Schemes upto 20thJuly, 2018, District Development Commissioner (DDC) Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik on Saturday chaired a meeting here.
The DDC took sector-wise review of projects undertaken by different departments/agencies funded under District CAPEX Budget allocation, state plan and other GoI-sponsored schemes. He reviewed the schemes of Rural Development Department, Irrigation and Flood Control, R&B, PMGSY, Health, PDD, Animal Husbandry, Education, Youth Services & Sports, PHE, Sheep and Animal Husbandry, etc. He also stressed on optimal utilisation of the funds for better results, an official handout read.
An allocation of Rs 199.8 crore has been sanctioned for the district under CAPEX Budget 2018. More than 394.50 kms of roads had been macadamized in the district; 13 PHE schemes, 3 Minor Irrigation schemes, 7 R&B schemes and 5 bridges have been completed and commissioned. The DDC directed the engineers and officers about various GoI-sponsored and all India flagship schemes being made to access all available resources from the funding agencies and also to complete the works within the stipulated time frame, it read.
Detailed discussions were held on various issues related to effective implementation of vital schemes in the district. The DDC directed the concerned officers to mobilise all the sources for effective and timely completion of developmental projects.
The DDC directed the concerned executing agencies to speed up the construction work on various mega projects including Government Medical College, Dailgam, Anantnag, Multi-level Car Parking at Janglatmandi, Trauma Hospital, STP, Uranhall, Bijbehara, and Shopping Complex at old SRTC yard, read the hanout.
Malik emphasised upon the officers to ensure accountability and timely completion of all projects. He also asked for the reconciliation among intending departments and executing agencies. He directed forest department to carry out fencing works in collaboration with Rural Development Department under convergence mode. While as line departments were asked to come up with proposals under convergence mode, it added