Urges officers to play pro active role at ground level
KUPWARA, MARCH 03: The District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Imam Din today visited Lolab sub division and chaired two separate Public Darbars at Higher Secondary School and Community Hall Warnow Lolab.
During the visit, the DDC paid an inspection to the NTPHC Cherkoot and suspended a doctor on the spot who was found absent from the duty. The DDC directed the CMO to conduct an enquiry into the matter and submit its report to his office within two days positively.
While addressing the Public Darbar at GHSS Warnow, the DDC said that the District Administration have intensified the efforts to reach out the people residing in far flung areas of the district to resolve their developmental issues. The DDC urged upon the officers and field functionaries of the district to play pro active role in resolving the problems of the people at ground level.
Meanwhile, the elected representatives and PRIs of the area put forth various developmental issues and problems of their concern areas before the chair. The issues raised include erratic power supply, scarcity of potable water, upgradation of local roads, shortage of lecturers in Higher Secondary Warnow, upgradation of Medical Aid Centre Warnow etc.
The DDC heard the representatives patiently and assured them for proper and timely resolution to their genuine demands. The DDC issued on spot directions to the concerned officers for taking note of the problems of the people and resolving them on priority.
On complaints of drug abuse, the DDC directed the concerned Police officers to intensify the efforts in curbing the drug menace in the area. He also directed CEO Kupwara to ensure awareness session about the ill effects of drugs in the schools during the morning assembly.
At Community Hall, Warnow, DDC chaired a separate Public Darbar in which various public delegations from Krusan, Khurhama, Warnow and other areas besides, officers and PRIs participated.
Speaking at the occasion, the DDC said that the three tier Panchayati Raj System is now completed in the district with the establishment of District Development Council adding that this will enhance the public service delivery system.
Meanwhile, the Public Delegations apprised the DDC about various demands and developmental issues of their concerned villages which include establishment of Playgrounds, Aadhaar enrollment centre, unavailability of proper staff in schools, minimizing electricity charges to the BPL households etc.
After listening to the public issues, the DDC directed District Youth Services & Sports Officer for identification of land in the area for establishment of the play ground. The DDC directed the CEO for detachment of all the teachers and ensuring their deployment in respective schools. He directed the Agriculture officers for timely distribution of highbreed seeds among the farmers for better agriculture season ahead. .
Replying to a compliant about non availability of proper building for Primary School Bajard Mohallah, the DDC issued on spot directions to the CEO for proper accomodation of the school.
The DDC also directed other concerned officers as well to expedite on resolving the issues raised.
Later, the DDC planted a pine sapling in the premises of the Community Hall to gather mass momentum for ongoing plantation drive.
SSP Kupwara, Shri Ram Ambarkar; ADDC Kupwara, Mohammad Ashraf Bhat; SDM Lolab, Aijaz Ahmad Bhat; Dy. Chairman DDC, Farooq Ahmad Mir; CMO, CEO, District and Sectoral Officers, besides, BDCs and PRIs participated in the day long public darbars.