DDC Ganderbal reviews progress under District Capex Budget

183 crore plan approved for 2021-22 FY

GANDERBAL: The District Development Commissioner, (DDC) Ganderbal, Krittika Jyotsna today chaired a meeting of District and Sectoral Officers and reviewed the progress under District Capex Budget at Mini Secretariat here.
The meeting discussed detailed proposals under the District Capex Plan, 2021-22 including physical status of projects targeted for completion in the current fiscal, and progress of works under Centrally Sponsored Schemes.
At the outset, CPO informed that Rs. 183 crore worth plans have been approved which includes Rs 41 crore under area development besides works approved under various District Sector Schemes, NABARD and Centrally Sponsored Schemes.
The meeting was further informed that against the approved plan 50 percent fund authorization has been received from the Finance Department for which the DDC directed the funds shall be released to the concerned departments in a time bound manner as per the guidelines of the Finance Department.
The DDC sought details about the approved works in the last and current financial year and was informed that under regular schemes 146 works are approved which include ongoing and new works besides 1452 works of PRIs, 111 works of BDCs and 543 works of DDCs. The meeting was informed that estimation and feasibility of all works is being checked and would be substantially authorized.
During the meeting, the DDC emphasized on completion of all the pending works on priority and speedy disposal of bottlenecks if any so that the projects are completed in stipulated time frame.
She further directed all the executing agencies to take up the new projects/schemes for execution only after the said scheme/projects are free from encumbrances, having administrative approval, technical sanction and provision for funds.
Among others, the meeting was attended by Chief Planning Officer (CPO), Irfan Giri, Assistant Commissioner Development, Bilal Mukhtar, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Ex. Engineers of R&B, Jal Shakti and others concerned.

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