BUDGAM: A meeting cum workshop to discuss formulation and implementation of District Development plan was convened here today under the Chairmanship of DDC Chairman, Nazir Ahmad Khan and District Development Commissioner Budgam Shahbaz Ahmed Mirza here.
Vice Chairman DDC Budgam Nazir Ahmad Jahra, BDC President Gh Hassan Khan all elected DDCs and BDCs also joined the daylong proceedings.
Speaking on the occasion, the DDC Chairperson appreciated and hailed the initiative of District Administration particularly District Development Commissioner for organizing such kind of workshop and providing basic opportunity in having one to one interaction with all stakeholders including all PRI representatives and District Administration.
He said today’s workshop will have a pivotal impact on their future engagements relating to discharging of assignments, particularly public interest values who put their faith and hope on our sincerity. He said their future performance will be keenly observed and tested as they are the public representative duly elected by them.
He said that as public representatives, they cumulatively assure District Administration and its officers that there will be a committed and sincere cooperation from all PRI representative upon whom interests of common people are involved, subsequently he also hope that the administration in response shall also envisage their cooperation with zeal and zest leaving aside all confusion, any discrimination or tardy approach.
In his welcome address to the workshop, the District Development Commissioner presented a detailed preview of District Development Plan, its system of formulation and implementation besides overall plan ceiling for District under 3 tier PR system at DDCs, BDCs and panchayat level through power point presentation.
The DDC said that under this ceiling plan for district Rs. 791.57 Cr. have been approved and simultaneously provided including shares from its Distrct Capex component loan CSS and CSS(MS). He said development plan focus and monitoring will be on those projects that have high visibility, higher impact and high implementability. Simultaneously projects which do not have adequate preparedness for implementation shall not be taken up.