Pampore: Deputy commissioner Pulwama Raghav Langer on Wednesday visited Pampore where he listened to grievances of the public during block Devas.
During this occasion general and delegations from Pampore and Awantipora tehsils put forth their demands and grievances before the Deputy Commissioner Pulwama.
Most of the grievances were redressed by him on the spot.
DC directed the concerned Officers to be proactive and remain accessible to the people so that the purpose of the initiative is fulfilled.
Mohammad Yousuf Malik, civil society member from Pampore raised many issues before the Deputy Commissioner Raghav Langer.
He brought into the notice of DC Pulwama that Sub District Hospital Pampore has no space for parking their vehicles. He urged him to transfer land adjacent to the BDO office for parking of vehicles so that attendants ferrying patients to SDH do not face any trouble. He raised the issue of Public parks. He informed the DC Pulwama that 12 public parks including Laltrag park will be developed. He informed that the parks were damaged in 2014 to great deluge and neglected thereafter.
He demanded that they need an additional transformer at the receiving station Tanchibagh Pampore.
He also demanded residential accommodation for the Tehsil office and its fencing.
The civil society member Mohammad Yousuf Malik appealed DC Pulwama for releasing compensation to families whose houses were damaged in 2014 floods and yet to get compensation.
The civil society Pampore demanded one kanal land for the government public Library. They also appeal for macdamising vital roads in Saffron town Pampore.
While talking to Kashmir Reader, “Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Dr Raghav Langer said that the block Devas programme is being held on every Wednesday at townhall in Pampore, Pulwama and Tral where people from their designated blocks put forward their demands and grievances before officials,” Raghav Langer said, adding that it was in this context he visited Pampore today as they have instructions to remain present at alternative towns on each Wednesday.
“Different departments put up stalls and information counters here, many delegations put forth their demands,” he said, adding that there is a need to circulate additional information on block Devas so that it reaches people in large numbers for taking maximum benefit from it.
“As all officials remain present in the programme, the inter departmental issues are redressed on the spot,” he said.
All departments have established their counters for registration/redressal of grievances. A counter has been established at the entrance for registration and computerization of general grievances. There is provision of Sampling and health check up for visitors. Revenue department is issuing Income/Domicile and other certificates. All other departments are providing different services as well.
During this occasion about 15 persons including some government employees were detected COVID -19 positive after screening them through rapid antigen testing at Townhall Pampore.
SSP Awantipora ,Tahir Saleem, Tehsildar Pampore Ishtiyaq Mohi-ud-Din, BDO Pampore ,Masood Ahmad, Executive officer Municipal Committee Pampore Mohammad Iqbal Bhat, Chief Agriculture Officer Pulwama Mohammad Qasim, BDC Chairman Mohammad Altaf Mir and other officers were also present in the programme.
Meanwhile, Block Divas was also held in Tral and Pulwama where detailed discussion was held regarding different developmental projects besides issues being faced by the common masses of different panchayats,
The designated officers including ADC Tral A S Raina and BDO Pulwama besides other district and sectoral officers listened to the demands and issues of the people.
On the occasion, many grievances were solved on the spot and rest were forwarded to the concerned departments for prompt redress through an established tracking system.