TANGDHAR-KARNAH, MAY 29: District Development Commissioner Kupwara (DDC), Anshul Garg today visited border Karnah subdivision to review Development scenario at ground level and inaugurated various projects. He was accompanied by Additional Deputy Commissioner, Nazir Ahmad Lone, SDM, karnah, Dr Bilal Mohiddin Bhat and a team of district officers , including Assistant Commissioner Development and Chief Agriculture Officer.
The DDC inaugurated public library named as Karnah Civil Services library at Mini Secretariat, Karnah. Rs.13.63 lakh expended on its execution. The library was an initiative of SDM Karnah where all latest books , study material and computers have been kept available for civil services aspirants.
The DDC laid foundation stone of Solid and liquid Resource waste Management (SLRM) unit at Tangdhar, coming up at a cost of Rs.46.38 lakh. The unit includes construction of SBM, vermi composit pit, sanitary block and fencing of the SLRM and other works.
The DDC also laid foundation stone of Red Rice Processing Unit (RRPU) at Dringlla in Teetwal block. Rs.33.50 lakh are being expended on the project. This is a step forward to boost agricultural activities in the area as red rice is cultivated only in Karnah subdivision. The project will be completed within two working seasons.
The DDC held separate interactive meetings with BDC Chairpersons at Teetwal and Tangdhar and listen to their demands regarding development issues.
The DDC resolved many issues on the spot while for some other issues directed SDM and other concerned to look into on priority basis.
Earlier, the DDC convened a meeting with SDM Karnah, district officers, local Administration, BDC Chairpersons, ex legislature and sarpanchs at Tangdhar and reviewed the development scenario and other issues of the subdivision at length.
The SDM Karnah gave a detailed presentation regarding Development and other issues.
It was given out in the meeting that 120 community bunkers are under execution at present in the subdivision. The DDC directed concerned engineers to ensure timely execution of the bunkers. The public representative demanded relaxation in lockdown and permission for somo vehicles to ply so that people do not suffer any more. Clearance of pending payments under NREGA was also discussed.
The issue regarding seasonal Behek – Pass was also discussed and SDM was ask to issue the necessary movement passes to the concernd after proper COVID-19 screening by Health Department.
The DDC congratulated the people of karnah subdivision, local Administration and doctors / health works for providing their full coordination in making Karnah subdivision COVID-19 free zone.

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