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J&K LG reviews developmental scenario in Baramulla Baramulla

J&K LG reviews developmental scenario in Baramulla

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 25 Oct 2021, 11:40 pm

Baramulla/IBNS: Kashmir's Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Thursday visited Baramulla to review the overall developmental scenario in the district.

The Lt Governor noted that the administration is putting sustained efforts to remove difficulties and make social security & welfare schemes accessible to all eligible citizens.

He exhorted officials to undertake regular public outreach activities for ensuring 100 percent saturation of all the beneficiary-oriented schemes and prompt redressal of public grievances.

Reviewing the district Capex plan and other important infrastructure projects in the district, the Lt Governor issued instructions to the Deputy Commissioner to monitor all infrastructure projects periodically and ensure their completion within the stipulated timelines.

Enquiring about the status of power augmentation works being done in the district, Sinha asked the concerned authorities to submit regular reports on the stages of project completion.

He also directed concerned officials to complete the up-gradation of Amargarh, Sheeri, and Delina grid stations.

Explicit instructions were issued to the power department functionaries to restore the power supply during upcoming winters within 12 hours in urban areas and 24 hours in rural areas.

“Undertake advance planning and optimum resource allocation to ensure minimum hassle to common citizens," the Lt Governor advised.